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February 18, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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~u--«- !», MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 18 · 1937 250 METHODISTS HEARBROADCAST Fellowship Dinner Held as Part of Million Unit Program. Two hundred and fifty-live persons gathered at the First Methodist church Wednesday evening for a dinner and fellowship meeting. While still seated at the table hymns were sung under the leadership of Ear) Godfrey with Marjanna Sheffler at the piano, the first one being "O Zion, Haste, Thy Mission High Fulfilling." The minister, Dr. Clarence Edwin Flynn, gave a short talk on the meaning of the Million Unit Fellowship and then introduced Dr. H. w. Morgan who spoke on ·Stewardship." Dr. Morgan stated t h a t the very word "Steward" suggests the use of property belonging to some one else. He also stated t h a t it was true that the more a person gave the more they received themselves and urged that we nsain accept the stewardship of our lime, tnlents and money. Dr. Fiynn then asked the church secretary. Velma Baker, to speak on the Million Unit Fellowship as seen from a church office She brought out the thought that each unit represents a person who is inspired to raise the standards of his own devotional and social life and who is willing to help others and to support the world-wide work financially. She also stated that the giving of people could be compared to a spiritual thermometer; that the deeper their spiritual life the more they gave for the cause of Christ and as their religious life waned the giving decreased. On "Second Mile." Mrs. W. P. Butler, president ot the joint Missionary societies, then spoke on "The Second Mile." She said that, in any kind o£ work, when we do only what is deemed oE us it is drudgery, but that when we go (he second mile we receive the glory. We can go to the first mile alone, but have to have Christ with us to go the second. F. R. Currie, who was a representative of this conference at the general conference of the Methodist church last spring and who is a member of the board of Home Missions and Church Extension of the church, next spoke on the bigness of the tasks before us. Others then spoke, Mabel Smith, explaining the meaning of the Christian flag whose colors and emblem were used in the decoration: The whole banner stands for prince of peace, the white for mir- ity, red for the cross, or sacrificial living and the blue for fidelity and truth, she said. Hear Broadcast. At B:30 the broadcast, under the direction of H. W. Little, took place with Dr. E. Stanley Jones. Francis Bowes Sayre, W i l l i a m F. Bigelow and John D. Rockefeller, Jr., speaking from New York. The broadcast was in honor of Mr. .Tones who is leaving the United Stales to return to his work among the high caste peoples of India. Mr. Jones spoke of his disappointment in the American people when he first came back to the United Slates, but during the months he had been here he learned that Americans are beginning to have a deepening of the religious life, particularly the young people. "Some people think that our country had already gone too far for Christianity to save it, but I do not think so," he said, adding that the people must choose and choose quickly between communism, fascism and Christianity, He felt that the churches would be stronger and accomplish more good if they would band together into one great church known as the Church of Christ and that each denomination would remain a department of that great church. 291 Scarlet Fever Cases Are Reported DES MOINES, 0P}--.The state department of health said Thursday that 291 scarlet fever cases were reported in Iowa for the week ending Feb. 13. There were 26 cases in Polk county and 25 in Black Hawk county. H W ABOUT PANCAKES BREAKFAST Jusi add milk or tvafer-sttr-and bade * the finest pancakes you over tasted! PILLS BURY 5 PANCAKE FLOUR A L S O P I L L S B U R Y ' S B U C K W H E A T P A N C A K E F L O U R FIFTEEN MEATS THAT SATISFY TITTLE BROS. PACKING CO. X05 SOUTH FEDERAL '.' "" ' PHONE ''693 SPECIAL -- FRIDAY and SATURDAY -- SPECIAL FRESH HERRING 8c Ib. CENTER CUT CHUCK ROAST CHOICE TOT ROASTS Ilk,,,. WHOLE HUMP ROASTS Ilk,,, FRESH PIKE . . . . . mclb. WHOLE PORK SHOULDERS 17c ,,,. FRESH FILLETS SEE OUR WINDOWS BEFORE YOU IJTJY GROCERS N EATS, FRUITS. VECETA BLES 10-lRD ST.H,E. PHONES 41 44 *RtM£MBE*, W£ OtiiWtfr GRAPE JELLY, Richelieu, Per Glass Lombard PLUMBS, No. 2 Can, Each CHERRIES, /*A, No. 10 Can OtJ Brite-Ize CLEANSER, 3 Cans SANI-FLUSH, Per Can Hcrshcy's COCOA, 1 Ib. ... M E A T S Fancy BEEF. POT ROAST, per Ib BEEF SHORT RIBS, Lean, *| /v Meaty, Jb JLlf C Berkshire Pure Pork Sou sage, per Ib. 23c Home Made Bread ; lOc MRS. ROGERS' HOME MADE PIES, CAKES, ROLLS, Etc. SCOUT OFFICERS ARE ELECTED Hurd of Eagle Grove Is Head of SW District of Council. Officers for the southwest district of the North Iowa area council of Boy Scouts were elected at a meeting Wednesday night held in Clarion. George Hurd of Eagle Grove was named district chairman, Dr. H. R. Norris of Eagle Grove, vice chairman; C. D. Jacobson of Clarion, vice chairman; W. R. Oswood of Gait, vice chairman, and Phone 312 f ERVICf CMKRS rhone 312 FRIDAY and SATURDAY Ferndell Coffee Our Best Grade, Vacuum Pack, Ib. TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT, 96 Sire, Seedless, dozen . . 38c Hcrshcy COCOA, 1 Ib. pkff 13c Fancy RICE, Blue Rose, 2 Ibs. 13c California ORANGES, Sunkist, OQ 200 Size, dozen ...... « J O C misbury's CAKE oq FLOUR, Larpc pkf. £«5C Pabst Ett CHEESE, nkp. 18c KELLOGG'S UTILITY BAG DEAL Corn Flakes, 2 Packages All for Pep, 1 Package Rice Krispies, 1 Package . 1 Bag: and Cereal Bowl FREE! MEAT DEPARTMENT Be Thrifty--Buy Quality Fancy ROASTS, (Chuck) Ib 18c SWISS STEAK, Fancy Round, Ib. 25c Mrs. Fullcrion's CANNED CHICKEN, No. 2 Size, Bnncri, GOc; Fancy 75c Salt MACKEREL, q r "Large Fat Fish, each «5 D C Kippered SNACKS, Can .' 5c HOME MADE BREAD AND PASTRY Free Delivery Free Delivery NO PARKING SPACE WORRIES AT CARL GRUPP'S FOOD Phone 420 STORE 1325 North Federal SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Select Swiss Steak Lb. 25c "R" It's Delicious COFFEE, Ib 21c Jack. Sprat Oatmeal, Lge. Box SALMON, 2 Cans Jack Sprat Paneake FLOUR. . Jack Sprat Wheat Cereal, Pkg ...... All Kinds, 'Heinz SOUP, 2 for ..... Pot ROAST, Ib.. Shoulder of LAMB, Ib... 15c Ground BEEF, Ib. Loin .End PORK ROAST, Ib Rolled Rump Roast . Lb 25c 3 Bunches RADISHES Large Head d *· _ LETTUCE, 2 for I /C California CARROTS, Bunch Texas Seedless Grapefruit, 6 for ·Pure Leaf LARD, 3 Ibs. 1 Pkg. lc With CLIMALENE, 2 for Creamery BUTTER, Ib ..... Magic WASHER, Ige. pkg. D I G E S T I B L E C R I S C O Pound Can Smoked Picnics Lb. WE WILL SERVE Kraft's Cheese Dinner ALL DAY SATURDAY AN IDEAL LENTEN DISH, Package 15c FARMERS: We Want Your Egg, and Poultry ,PHONE US YOUR ORDER -- WE DELIVER. Frank Champlin of Holmes, district commissioner. Plans for the coming year were made, including those for the organization of a new troop. Divorce Decree .'-warded. OSAGE -- Ann Kriglstein was awarded a divorce here in district court Wednesday before Judge M. H. Kepler from Steve Kriglstein on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. Mrs. Kriglstein was awarded the custody of their two minor children, Steve, Jr., and Verna. Latimer Declamatory Winners Are Announced LATIMER--The local declamatory contest was held at the Latimer gymnasium Tuesday evening. In the oratorical division, first was given to llene Meyer and second to Evelyn .Tureens. In the dramatic, first, Sylvia Grummer; second Iva Klusmeier. Humorous, first, Margaret Andersen, second, LaVomxe Muhlenbruck. Miss Dunn of Hampton was judge. Federal Packing Co. Phone 746 We Deliver $1 Orders 213 N. Fed. Ave. Fresh PIKE, Ib.. Dressed WHITING, Ib. IOC Sliced Red SNAPPER, Ib.. 20 Fresh HERRING, Ib.. Fresh BULLHEADS, Ib. 20e Pork Shoulder ROAST, Ib.. .. 20c End Cut PORK CHOPS, Ib. 20c Rib Boiling BEEF, Ib.. . IOC Pork CUTLETS, Ib. 20c Selecf Beef ROAST, Ib.. 14c SERVICES ANNOUNCED ROCKWELL--Regular services at the Baptist church as follows: Morning worship, 9:30 Sunday. People meet at 6:45. Evening ser-' vice 7:30. Morning subject, "Are We Under the Law?" Evening subject, "Satan's Strategy." Prayer Sunday school, 11 o'clock. Young I meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30. ALL GROCERS NOW HAVE THE NEW 1937 RINSO Gives 25 to 50% more suds -- say women everywhere The Rinso that IB now on sale at grocers all over town is the New 1937 Rinso which gives richer and longer-lasting auda than over before. This is the only Hinso that has been delivered to grocers for the past several months. In tubs, t h o New 1937 Rinso Hotvfcs clothes at least five shades whiter than ordinary soap?. And these livelier Rinso suds are BO speedy in their action that as HtlleasalO-minutQoakingin them gets clothes amazinfily clean. Yet Rinso la p e r f e c t l y safe for over night soaking. The makers of 33 famous washers rec- o m m e n d Rin.so, It \n marvelous for dishes and all cleaning. MARSDEITS GROCERY AND MEATS 1452 NORTH FEDERAL This Stock Has Got to Be Closed OuKto Settle the Estate of the Late Marcus Marsden. These Prices Are Typical of the Hundreds of Prices at the Store. Omar FLOUR, 49-Ib. Sack TOMATO SOUP, 3--20-oz. C a n s . . Large CATSUP lie Cut Green BEANS, 2 Cons. 1 Lb. Pure PRESERVES ISC Butter-Nut COFFEE, I b . . 29c No. 5 Cans SYRUP .. . 29c Quart Dill PICKLES . 17C Creamery BUTTER, Ib. 34c Canned TOMATOES, 4 No. 2 Cans Crystal White SOAP FLAKES, 20-oz. Pkg Chase Sanborn's COFFEE, Ib JLU\ THE NEW 1937 RINSO / N O W ON SALE AT ALL GROCERS^ UN THE SAME FAMILIAR PACKAGE PHONE 1800 fcfc 616 SOUTH FEDERAL SNYDER'S Phone Us -- Jack Sprat Food Store -- We Deliver SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JACK SPRAT CANNED FOOD SALE Sliced or Halves PEACHES, No. 2/ 2 Can. . . Hand Packed TOMATOES, 2 No. 2 Cans. No. BEETS Size IOC Jack Sprat CORN, 2--20-oz. C a n s . . . Choice Round STEAK, Ib,. . . 29c Pillsbury's PANCAKE FLOUR. .. 27C Fresh CARROTS, bunch Pears and APRICOTS, No. ^V^ Can. 2ic Wonder Sweet PEAS, 2 No. 2 Cans. PORK and BEANS, 2 Tall Cans FRUIT COCKTAIL, 1 6 oz. Can ISc Ground BEEF, Ib Six GRAPEFRUIT Crisp RADISHES, 3 Bunches FOR ADDITIONAL RED HOT SPECIALS SEE JACK SPRAT FOOD STORE ADVERTISEMENT The Cut Rate Grocery SAVES YOU MONEY. In trading with us you will always get the BEST GOODS, LOWEST PRICES and COURTEOUS TREATMENT WE ARE AS CLOSE TO YOU AS YOUR TELEPHONE FREE DELIVERY PHONES 112, 1 1 3 , 114 Prices Below Good for Friday and Saturday Get Your Share of Them The HOME of REAL BARGAINS 512 First Street S. W. Plenty of Parking Space For All BUTTER Cor " Cou - nt - r ^ or Broakfield · Ib. 34c SUGAR, Brown . 4 Ibs. 19c Milk 4 Large Cans Honey Full Cakes 25c I 15c Gelatine Powder 25c Pure Vanilla Battle 25c I I9c Mr. Farmer: Bring: us your CSTKS, Ihey buy morn here. I5c Pink Salmon Chickens Dressed to Order Tomato Soup 5 cans Table Salt, 10 Ibs 1 5c Marshmallows, per Ib 15c T8c Xmas Candy, 3 Ibs 25c English Walnuts or Almonds, 2 Ibs.. . 35c 25c Ammonia, quart 1 bottle 19c Fancy Tuna Fish, can 1 5c and 25c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1-lb. jar. . . 29c Peanuts, Fresh Roasted, 2 Ibs 25c Crystal White Soap, 10 bars. 25c Green Tea (Best) pound 25c Black Tea ( B e s t ) pound 35c Santos Coffee, Ib. 19c; 3 Ibs 49c Best Peaberry, pound 21 c Fresh Eggs, large and clean, dozen. . . 21 c 15c Catsup, 2 bottles 25c Oranges, Sweet, Juicy, do*. 29c, 39c, 49c Brooms, Good, each 39c, 49c, 59c Popcorn (that pops) 2 Ibs 25c Crackers, 2-lb. caddy . . . . . . . 15c and 19c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 Ibs 25c Vanillan Flavor, 8-oz. bottles lOc Toilet Paper, 3, 4, 5, 6 rolls 25c Sardines or Mackerel, 1-lb. tall cans. . lOc Sardines, in Oil, 5 cans 25c Sliced Bacon, Ib.. 25c, 29c, 35c Tomato-Sauerkraut Juice, 3 cans. . . . 25c Phone Us Your Orders -- We Are As Close As Y o u r Telephone DRIED FRUITS Prunes, medium size, 3 Ibs 25c Prunes, large, 2 Ibs.. . 25c Fancy Peaches, per (b, 19c Fancy Apricots, per Ib. 23c Raisins, 2-lb. pkg. . . . 19c Dates, 2 Ibs 19c Dates, Pitted, 2 Ibs.. . 25c Figs, per pkg lOc EAT MORE FRUITS Carrots, large cans. . 1 Oc Hominy, large can. . 10c Corn or Peas, c a n . . . 1 Oc Tomatoes, No. 2 can lOc 15c Peas, 2 cans. . . . 25c 15c Corn, 2 c a n s . . . 25c Spaghetti, large can JOc Kidney Beans, Ige. can lOc 15c Succotash, 2 cans 25c and VEGETABLES Peas, 4 cans 25c Head Lettuce, 8c, lOc 1 5c Pumpkin TOc Lima Beans, Ige. can 1 Oc Spinach, large cans lOc 15c Beets, 2-qK can 25c Celery, large 15e Mixed Vegetables. . lOc Baked Beans, 5 cans 25c FLOUR Orciilrm). 1ft His $2.35 Oina, 49 Ihs 51.79 Sunbeam Flmir, ·)!) Ibs... S1.8H WTiiic Flour, .1 II). sack . .. 28c Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs 28o Graham, 3 Ib. sack 28c Whole Wheat, 10 Ib. sack 48c Corn Meal, 5'lb. sack . . . . 23c Crushed Wheat, 5 Ib. sack 29c Pancake Flour, 5 Ib. sack 25c Quaker Oat Meal, 5 Ib. ba£ 25c We Always Sell the Best Grade of Merchandise at the Lowest Price Possible GET YOUR CIGARETTES HERE The Cut Rate Grocery

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