The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 9, 1939 · Page 17
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 9, 1939
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1938 17 Clear Lake News (MRS, P. JENSEN 'DIES AT HOME i Succumbs After Long 1 Illness; Funeral to \ Be Held Saturday CLEAR LAKE--Funeral serv- :es for Mrs. P. T. Jensen, 61, who led at her home, North .Elm ,'reet, Thursday morning at 7 'jclock following a long illness, '/ //ill be held at the home Saturday tternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. ^ B. Calhouh, pastor of the Con- regational. church, will conduct he rites. Williams funeral home is in ·hai-ge and burial will be in Clear -ake cemetery. Mis. Jensen is survived by ber jusband, three sons, two daughters, her agad father and several ;)rotliers and sisters. Classes Rehearse for Demonstration to Be Held Tuesday CLEAR LAKE--Rehearsals lor the physical education demonstration to be given by classes of Miss Virginia Auld and Dick Clausen at the high school gym Tuesday evening are the order o£ the day, and nights, at present. The lirst complete rehearsal was held Wednesday evening and another v,'as scheduled for Thursday night. Monday evening a dress rehearsal which may be attended by grade school children will be held. Both are at 7:30 o'clock. The complete program will be ready for announcement Monday. A small fee will be charged for admission to the Monday night performance and for the Tuesday evening presentation. .Miss Clotilde Philippe, who ts employed at Mason City, is at home recovering from an attack of bronchial pneumonia. H-M-M FRUIT MARKET Uth and North Federal HEAD LETTUCE, Fancy Heads GRAPEFRUIT, Giant Size, 9 for. CELERY, Large Stalks. CARROTS, Large Bunch. ORANGES, Good Size, 3 Dozen 25c BANANAS, Very Good, 5 Pounds.. , 25c GRAPEFRUIT, Large Size, 12 for. . 25c POTATOES, Extra Good, 100 !bs.. . $r.39 RED ARROW GELATINE, 7 Pkgs.. .. 25c PUFFED WHEAT, Large Pkg 5c CORN COUNTRY CHEESE, 2-lb. Box 45c MR. FARMER: Bring Us Your Eggs -- Cash or Trade SUGAR, Bee^ 100 Pounds $4.69 STOCK SALT, 100-Pound Bag 59c WHEATIES, 1 f - SODA CRACKERS, Large Pkg A A V 2-Pound Caddy MILK, Talt "Cfi Graham CRACKERS, Cans, 4 for £jV 2-Pound Caddy. .... LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A., Mgr. 13c FEDERAL FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET North Federol -- Across From Honford -- Phone 542 SHOP HERE AND SAVE! Fresh Spinach 3 , bs 14c Cauliflower Large Heads Apples w,- neS a PS 85c Roman Beauties or Winesops, Bushel Box ..... $1.65 Lemons Oranges p Men 2Sc Grapefruit 6,o,l9c Fresh Peas Fruit Cocktail **,,. c£21c Small Can, 2 for I5c Spam Hormel's Canned Delicacy Can Chile Con Carne 13c Red Salmon Tall Libby's . Ccn Matches Strikalife Carton I5c Butter Co ' n Country Pound 26c Lard Pure Leaf Pound Peas Corn . . No. 2 Early June, Sifted Can Whole Kernel . . 9C Owafonna Brand, Regular I5c Value, Cose of 24 Cans ' . . . . . . Coffee H1lb Bros. Pound 25c Cheese *""'* American 2-lb. M'*- 43c ON SALE SATURDAY! Carload--Idaho Russets Seized in $1,000,000 Counterfeit Raid PLAN RITES FOR ROYDOBBS,43 Lake Resident Dies at Mason City After Brief Illness CLEAR LAKE--Funeral serv- ees for Roy Dobbs, 43, who died t a Mason City hospital early Thursday morning folowing a ·net illness with pneumonia, will e held at 1 o'clock Sunday after- loon. Mr. Dobbs. former manager of he A. and P. store in lear Lake nd a World war veteran, lived at 210*/2 West Main street. He is £Ur- ived by his widow and a daugh- er, Darlene. The body is at Ward's under- aking parlors. Smashing of a "million dollar" counterfeiting ring which allegedly flooded the nation with bogus S5, §10 and S20 banknotes is claimed by secret service agents after round-up of six men, two women and a child in spectacular series of raids In New York. Left, is the little press which ground out bills in competition with the U. S. treasury. Inset, is Henry Neuwirth, alias Braun, seized as head of "the ring. Right, Anna Repella, described as Neuwirth's common-law wife, leaves home for court followed by federal agent who carries her 2 year old baby. Boys Outnumber Girls in Membership of Semper Fidelis CLEAR LAKE--For the first time in its history the local chapter o£ Semper Fidelis, national high, school honor society, has a larger number of boy than girl members. At the initiatory ceremonies held Wednesday evening at the high school seven candidates, Patricia Husbaw, Bob Clausen, and James Kennedy, seniors, and Patricia Doyle, James Newman, Fred Clausen and Victor Lowman, juniors, were received as new members. A dinner was served in the home economics rooms with St. Patrick's decorations of green, hats, candles anc carnations predominating. Following the initiation the evening was spent in games, solving brainteasers and dancing. The Aprt meeting will be in charge of Mahlon Hintzman and Hosalyn Kopecky. South Louisiana oil production averaged around 184,000 barrels daily during 1938. Those wicked fascists march o to one triumph after another spite of democracy's stern and de fiant oratory.--Fountain Inn Trib une. ing to America from Scotland at the age ot nine. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Harry Gavin on March 21 and there will be annual election of officers. Belmond Kensington Club Meeting Held BELMOND--Members of the Kensington club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Cora Evans. The afternoon was spent in sewing. School Election at Rockford on Monday . ROCKFORD -- School election will be held here Monday and Dr. H. H. Ervin and L. W, Inman are the only candidates and they are seeking re-election. Dr. Ervin is president of the board this year. PIONEER TELLS COUNTY HISTORY Tuesday Study Club at Manly Hears Mrs. Savvin of Northwood MANLY -- Tuesday Women's Study club met at the home of Mrs. Art Wilder, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Jean Sawin of Northwood, who will be 90 years old March 21, gave an interesting history of Worth county. She has been a resident of Worth county since com- FARMBRS We Buy Eggs, Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys, Beef and Veal Calves -- We Pay Cash for Them -ATLAS MEAT MARKET PHONE 465 EARL MAY'S SPECIAL BIRTHDAY OFFER! FREE! One pound Early Alaska Peas with Garden a n d F l o w e r Seed orders amounting to 51.50 or more. Limit of one pound to each order. (Good 'til March 21) Garden and Flower Seed of highest quality at EARL MAY'S NURSERY SEED STORE PRAYER USED AS LENTEN TOPIC Methodist Church Fellowship Supper, Program Given CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Will Hich I spoke on "Prayer" for the devotional part of the Lenten fellowship service held at the Methodist church Wednesday evening with 65 persons attending. Mrs. L. E. Jacobson. sang "Prayer Perfect" and Mrs. Harlan Ott presented the Lenten topic, speaking on the history and origin of the Passover, Easter, Ash Wednesday and Lent. Miss Evelyn Johnson sang the Negro spiritual, "Were You There When They CruieifieH My'Lord?" and the Rev. Thomas B. Collins continued his series of Lenten talks on "The Cross." The Double C class was in charge of serving the fellowship upper with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ott. Mr. and Mrs.. Fuller Bailey nd Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoit as the ommittee. The class held a short usiness meeting at the close o£ the ervice. * » ' t nSSIONARY GROUP HOLDS MEETING Mrs. Tom Howard reviewed sev- ral chapters of "The Church in he City" for the lesson of the Vomen's Home Missionary society vhich met at the Methodist church Vednesday afternoon with 17 members present. Mrs. James Vtiller led devotions and Mrs. C. C. Mitchell the enigmas. Plans vere discussed for raising funds or the work and ' lunch was erved by Mesdames W. N. Hill, R. D. Robbins, J. C. Davenport and Walter Wood. BABY CHICKS Per 100 (10 Free) $6.50 SPECIAL HEAVY VARIETIES · Wii. Rocks. · S. C. Reds · Bd. Rocks. · New Hamp. · Buff Rocks. · Buff Orp. · White Wyandottes FARM SEED RED CLOVER (Extra Fancy) CM 1 1CT Per Bu -fl Z.Z3 HAY and PASTURE MIX, 50% Clovers j./l at\ Per Bu yt.tU WHITE and YELLOW BLOSSOM SWT. CLOVER (Salt Pepper) £3 Q t\ Per Bu :p3.VU LAWN GRASS SEED (Green Lawn Mixture) Deep Rooted Quick Growing 5 Lbs §1.00 l i b 23c 3 Ibs 65c Earl E. May Seed Co. EARL E. MAY, Pros. Mason City 216 So. Fed. Phone 756 FROZEN FRESH FRUITS- VEGETABLES AND FISH Jack Sprat MILK, 4 Tall Cans Jack Sprat CAKE f A M FLOUR, 44-oz. Pkg. 17V 25C Large Pkg. Concentrated SUPER SUDS and 2 Bars CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, All for COFFEE Richelieu, Chocolate Cream, Folger's, Ib.. 29c 99c PRUNES, 10-lb. Box GRAPEFRUIT «%£«! JUICE, 3 No. 2 Cans*3C TOILET TISSUE, 1,000 Sheet Rolls. HUSKY DOG FOOD, 4 C a n s . . . . 3c 25c GRAPEFRUIT ORANGES Texas Seedless . ..... . Dor. California Sunkist 2 Doz. 37c ROLLED OATS, Large Package 19c Fancy Beef POT ROAST, Ib.. MEATS 4 QM I Hormel's lOV (SPAM, Per Can. 29c Mrs. Rogers Home Baked Goods Mrs. Osbornc's Home Baked Bread lOc WHEN YOU THINK OF FOOD -- THINK OF GROCERS MEATS-FRUITS.VEGETABLES 10:1 ND ST.NUE. PHONES 4* 44 !ommunity Farm Bureau Will Meet at Grant No. 7 CLEAR LAKE--The Community Farm Bureau will meet at Grant No. 7 schoolhouse promptly at 8 o'clock Friday evening for the meeting and program postponed from last month. Community singing will be followed by a reading by Miss Winifred Cash, a recitation by Wilbur Zirbel and a travelog by Miss Darlene Rice. E. K. Greene will give a talk and Lyle Stunkard will tell o£ the locker system he plans to install. Ada Zirbel will read the community newspaper and Mrs. Mel Jacobson and Miss Arlene Wood will present a group of musical numbers. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cain are arranging the program and lunch will be served at the close with Mrs. Carrie Zirbel and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swanson in charge. Thompson 0Neil Co P 5g* SERVICE GROCERS "»««' For Friday and Saturday COFFEE Fol9ers Hills/ Bros " Ferndcll, Ib. 29c RADISHES Large Bunches 3c GREEN ONIONS Bunch Fresh RHUBARB 2 Ibs. . . 25C GRAPEFRUIT The Rev. J. Calhoun Addresses Lions Club CLEAR LAKE--The Rev. J. B. Calhoun, pastor of the Congregational church, spoke on general world conditions for the program of the Lions club which met Wednesday noon at Legion hall. John Perkins arranged the program. Elmer Musgjerd had as guests, R. M. McCarron, Mason City, and J. P. McGuire was host to L. H. Cotteen, Waterloo. Dr. R. W. Peterson will arrange the program for next week. Texas Seedless, large 80 size, doz. J?C California Sunkist ORANGES 220 Size, finest quality, doxen 19c MEATS HAM LOAF, special, Ib FLANK STEAK, tenderized, Ib. .. BACON, Iowa no or Melrose, Ib IOWANALARD, « A M l i b . pkg 1UC BEEF ROASTS, O-. chuck, Ib 15V Fresh Killed Chickens 29c POTATOES u. s. NO. i, 2/ir Russets, peck . . . . 34^ Grapefruit Juice, ^C** 3 No. 2 cons «3v WHEAT F L A K E S WHEAT PUFFS, 2 pkgs Marbles FREE Mammoth Mellow ^ PEAS, 2 No. 2 cans* PEACHES, No. 2Vz fancy 19c 19c The magnificient pompadours of the Gibson Girl era were possible by the use of "rats" made from cattle hair and the tails and manes of wild horses. MILLER'S BANQUET POTATOES Fancy Selected Russets. Finest Baking. 10-Pound B a g s . . 32c There are only a few genuine eiderdown pillows in the United States. Real eiderdown is obtained from the nest linings of the eider ducks in the crags o£ Norway. SERV-ALL FRUIT GROCERY No. 1 No. 2 18th and South Federal 6th and South Federal Oranges ££r s : xe :......... »,,.lOc Onions 10, b ,9c Grapefruit sS^*" Doien 29c CobbleTM, Peck lOc Bag Sweet Potatoes 8 t 25c SODA CRACKERS, 2 Ib. box 16c Fancy Sea Cap SALMON, No. 2 can--Z for PEACHES, Halves or Sliced, No. 2*/. can ... -I o 15C Texas ORANGES, '/· box sacks $1.71 Extra Fancy CELERY, 2 bunches 25c FLOUR Tru Blu, 24'/ Ib. sack 69c Tru Blu, 49 Ib. sack $1.29 Jersey Cream, 49 Ib. sk. SL08 We Are Paying Highest Prices for Eggs-- · CASH or TRADE $2.00 ORDERS DELIVERED FREE Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Cheerfully Refunded. AP Offers Real Savings If your food budget is a problem your A P Food store offers a solution. Go into your nearby A P , Pood store today--benefit in its low prices! National Citrus Feature! A Producer-Consumer Campaign! Navel Oranges SS *»* It Grapefruit Seedless, Size 96. Doz. 12S Size ORANGES, 3 for Fancy Winesap APPLES, 4 Ibs Fancy Delicious APPLES, 4 Ibs -I A IUC ·)]" £DC HEAD LETTUCE, Each CARROTS, Bunch GREEN ONIONS, 3 for . 35c ... 5c ... 5c lOc Clapp's Baby FOOD, 3--4'/i oz. cans Clapp's Chopped FOODS, 2--TA oz. cans Golden'Bantam CORN, 2 No. 2 cans . . . Ann Page Seedless Black Raspberry JAM, 2--1 Ib. jars 25c 25c 19c 39c Sultana PEAS, 3 No. 2 cans Daily DOG FOOD, -| Q Reg. Fish, 4 16-oz. c»nsl«/C Ann Page Prepared SPAGHETTI, 3--15 oz. cans Ann Page BAKING POWDER, 4 oz. can 25c 19c ..7c Boys! Girls! Given Away--Magic Tricks with Every Loaf of Soft Twist Bread llT. 8c Mystify Your Friends 35c 45c .20c Red Circle COFFEE, 2--1 Ib. bags Condor COFFEE, 2 Ib. can Ann Page EXTRACTS, Lemon and Vanilla, 2 oz. Bottle Ann Page EXTRACT, 07 Sultana PEANUT Vanilla, 4 oz. bottle . . . . O I C | BUTTER, Z Ib. ja.r A. P. Rye BREAD, 2--16 oz. loaves Worthmore Cello Bag CANDY, 2 bags lona COCOA, 2 Ib. can 15c 15c 17c 25c Double Cooked for Tenderness and Flavor With Pork, Z--23-oz. Cans (Tomato Sauce, Plain or Vegetarian Style) 16 oz. can DC Ann Page Beans lona PEAS, Z No. 2 Cans lona CORN, 2 No. 2 cans lona TOMATOES, 2 No. 2 cans lona GREEN BEANS, 4 No. 2 cans 15c 15c 15c 25c Cold Stream SALMON, 1 Ib. can . Red Sour Pitted CHERRIES, 2 No. 2 cans Ann Page CATSUP, 2--14 oz. bottles Ann Page SALAD DRESSING, it. jar . He 25c .23c .29c Win. a Trip to the New York World's Fair Nectar Green Teapt glb :...17c Our Own 21c Details on Every Package Nectar and Our Own Tea N.B.C. Lorna Doone COOKIES, Ib N.B.C. Chocolate GRAHAMS, Ib Rs.jah COCOANOT, Ib. . . lona PEAS and -I n CARROTS, 2 No.2 cans 1"C 25c 25c 19c Daily EGG MASH, 100 Ib. Bair Daily EGG JIASH, 25 Ib. Bag: Sunnyficld OATS, 3 Ib. box , . . Crysfal White ·· SOAP, 10 large bars . . J d C 56c .17c Branded, Choice ........... Lb. Pork Roasts Lb I4c Beef Steak Smoked Picnics Beef Roast Fish Fillets S£ An . n : Lb 9c 15c Just Sugar Branded Economy -. . . Lb. Cape Ann, Fancy . . . . Hot Off the Press--The March "Woman's Day"--2c Copy! AP FOOD STORES

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