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March 9, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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18 THURSDAY, MAHCH 9, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE HERE and THERE Interesting Items From 125 News Correspondents . ut* Notfh Iowa, a.nd/.Soutbern'Mfi^n'esb^ci«' ·;;,':. Births Are Reported DUMONT -- The following -babies were born the past week: A son, Mania n Balis, to Mr. and Mrs. Balis Card, at Aplihgton; a ·girl, Marian Louise, 8 pounds to Mr. and Hrs. Dick Weichers, who have one other girl and a boy; a boy to Mr. and Mrs. John Heiher near Faivview; and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Steelman, Webster City, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Springer. From Washington, D. C. OSAGE--Mrs. Grace Harrington of Washington, D. C., is visiting in the home of her cousins, Robert Powers and the Misses Powers who honored her with a 6:30 dinner at their home Monday evening. Mrs. Harrington is visiting relatives here and in Charles City enroute to her home after spending the winter Ja California. Visitor From Michigan BELMOND--Mrs. Frank Sny- 'der o£ Iron Mountain, Mich, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. E. F. Bailey and Mrs. F. E, Purcell, and a niece, Mrs. L. M. ^Holland. On Business Trip ALTA VISTA--Joe O'Neill was a business visitor at Chicago on Monday and Tuesday of this week. Is From Eugene, Ore. SHEFFIELD-^John H. Stover, Eugene, Ore., has arrived here for a visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. John Stover. Sewing Circle Meets ORCHARD--Members of the Lutheran Sewir.g circle were entertained -at the home of Mrs. Maude Johnson. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Eno Onken April 6. Returns From Florida BKISTOW--Lee Frashner returned from Kissimmee, Fla., Tuesday where he has spent the winters for several years. Pennsylvanians Visit MESERVEY-- Mr. and Mrs. Willis McCollough and son David of Cannonsburg, Pa., are visiting the former's mother, Mrs. McCollough and s_ister, Mrs. H. Fischer, Jr.j here this week. Ttvo Itenorted HI LONEROCK--Dennis, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George Long, is ill with a kidney infection. Mildred Person was taken to the General hospital at Algona Sunday evening where she is suffering from a bone infection in her right leg. . . . . Reserves School Dulies LITTLE CEDAR -- W a y n e Schuchart returned to his studies at Luther college, Decorah, Monday evening. He had spent an enforced vacation at his home here suffering with influenza. Guest Frprn Pomeroy BELMOND--Mr. Wielander of Pomeroy was a guest at the G. F Elder home Sunday. Is From Ocheydan KANAWHA -- Miss Darlene Sherman of.Ocheydan came Sunday for a few weeks" visit at the home of C. R. Powers. Undergoes Operation BUFFALO CENTER _ Bobby Johnson, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johnson, took suddenly ill in school Monday. He was taken to the Dalmage hospital where he submitted to an operation for appendicitis. Taken to Hospital SWEA CITY--Lester Haglund auxiliary rural route carrier, was taken to. Estherville hospital on Monday after suffering an aggra vated diebtic condition. On Weekend Trips OTRANTO--Miss Lucille Ben- Jke spent the weekend at her lome at Laurens and Miss Helen Reuling visited with friends at Ames. Student Is Visitor H A N L O N T O W N -- Donald -·underson, a student at Waldorf cojlege, is spending this week :\t he home of his sister, Mrs. Melvin Baaken. Is .From Chicago, III. KANAWHA -- Miss A l y c e Thompson of Chicago, 111., re- urned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Thompson Monday. Miss Thompson is a reg- stered nurse in Chicago, aiove to Farm ·WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. Anton 3uns and family have moved to heir farm two miles east of town. Wrs. George Helmers and sons lave moved on to the place va- ·ated by the Buns family. Minnesotans Visit KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Houstad and daughter, Jean of Minneapolis, Minn., were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lein. Visit at New Bedford, III. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Sarry Baxter, Melvin and Ruth Baxter are visiting relatives in New Bedford, 111., this week. Visit at Lime Springs LIME SPRINGS--Miss Florence Thomas of Springville, and Miss Dorothy Thomas and Bernard Hughes of Cedar Falls, spent the weekend at their home and returned to their work Sunday evening. Return to St. Ansgar ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. H. .. Mueller and Bonnie returned from a two months' trip to the western coast. Visitor From Grinnell CLARION--Mrs. J. L. Fellows of Grinnell is a guest this week of Mrs. M. F. Birdsall. Attend Funeral ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Lee Faulkner of Minneapolis, Minn and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson of Pnmghar returned to their homes on Monday. They were here to attend the funeral services of their uncle Harry Lack which was held Sunday. Return From West POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith returned home Saturday after spending three months with relatives in Washington and California. Mrs. Hattie Holmes her sister of Pasadena, Cal., accompanied them on their return for a visit with relatives in this section Return to Marshall, Minn. FENTON--Fred Bailey of Marshall, Minn., who had been visiting relatives here since Friday returned home Sunday. To Rapid City, S. Dak. CORWITH--Mrs. H. L. Coulter returned to her home in Rapid City, S. .Dab., Monday after visiting her father, A. A. Johnson, and sisters, Miss Portia Johnson and Mrs. Jennie Sawyer. South Dakolan Visits ALEXANDER -- Amos Klinefelter of Brookihgs, S. Dak., came Monday night to visit his brother Eli as Klinefelter, and family anc also to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law, Jim Jones. At Parental Hume LEDYARD--Miss Beulah Loof and Alvira Haivorson spent th weekend at their respective homes. The girls are atteridin; school at Cedar Falls. TRADE WITH CONFIDENCE A T . . . FREE DELIVERY W*' 4 FOOD STORE I(.'3M K. FEDERAL-USt OUR PARKING LOT- PHONE 420, CORNED BEEF BoneIess Brisket, Ib. 22c Lean Pork STEAK, lb. ISc Loin End l O,« PORK ROAST, Ib. . . I5C Fresh Lean g if _ SIDE PORK, Ib. . . . IjC · f Juicy, SWISS STEAK, lb. 49 A d M A Ibs. ..§1.59 Pimento or Plain CHEESE, 2 )b. box . No. 10 Can PEACHES . . 39c CANDY BARS, 3 for iOc Fancy 1 lb. box CHOC. MINTS COFFEE 26c SALTED CASHEW NUTS, lb KITCHEN TOWELS, pkg. . . . IOc 1 Pound Package Ufcc Lipton's Green « f -TEA, V* lb. pkg. . . IjC BUTTER Corn Country, Ib. 27c Snow White PARSNIPS, 3 Ibs... Roman Beauty APPLES, 4 Ibs Crispy RADISHES, 3 bunches IQc Fancy, fresh, TOMATOES, 2 Ibs. READ THE JACK SPRAT ADV. FOR MORE GROCERY SPECIALS LENTEN FOODS --:-- FRESH FROSTED FOODS HUTCHINSON'S ICE CREAM SPECIALTIES 'Visits at Lake Mills LAKE MILLS--Donovan Helge- on of the CCC camp at Ban- rott spent the weekend at his ome here. Go to Deerfield, VVIs. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. John ork, Sr., and daughter, Mrs. Villiam Rappath, left Saturday vening for Deerfield, Wis., where hey will spend the week visiting ila lives. Is Joice Visitor JOICE--Le Roy Larson, stu- ent at Luther college, visited ver the weekend at home. He pent the past week practice:aching at the Decorah high choo). Visitor at Rake HAKE--Miss Evelyn Larson of Lake Crystal, Minn., is spending a Jew days' with her friend, Mabel Honstad, at the Gust Johnson home. -Visits at Dougherty home -b£ his sister, 'Mrs. A. E. Smith. Returns From Adaza PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Harry Hill retlurned Saturday from Adaza, where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Gilmore Lindgren, and family. Return to School LAKOTA -- Cathrine Powers and Beulah Looft returned to their studies at the Iowa State Teachers'college on Monday after spending a few days' vacation at their homes here. Visit at Swea City SWEA CITY--Merlin D. Larson of Waterloo, acompanied by his cousin, June Larson, who teaches at ClarksviUe, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Larson, and Mr. and Mrs. Erail Larson. Daughter Is Born DOWS--A 6% pound girl was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. SJ Gardelen. at the Lutheran-hospital i n Hampton.- ' " · ' · ^ ._.'.''H.'~ ...... Moines, a construction engineer for the state conservation commission, was an Algona visitor Tuesday. Home From School Dudes BELMOND--Miss Jean Elder, who teaches at Marcus, is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George F. Elder. The Marcus school is closed because of a flu epidemic. On Business Trip R A K E -- Roy Lund, accompanied by Johnnie T. Johnson, left Monday for St. Paul on a business trip. Return From Dyersville ALTA VISTA--Mr. and- Mrs. Clem Recker and sons, Herbert and Arthur, returned to their home here Tuesday from Dyersville where they had been visiting relatives for a few days. Return From Florida C L A R I O N -- Mr. and Mrs. George Sheffield have returned from St. .Petersburg, -Fla., .where ·they spent; the-' winter.;'.-...' ; ; ! turned Monday from Fort Dodge where he attended the funeral of his brother-in-law. Leaves for Dubuque COULTER--Marvin Nelson left for Dubuque where he will be employed. ' Return to Ames KANAWHA --Tom Thompson, Norman Griffhorst and Hhea Gene Knoll, students at the Iowa State college at Ames, spent the weekend at the home of their parents. They returned to Ames Monday. At Parental Home HAKE--Mildred Johnson, who is employed in Mason City, spent a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Johnson. You'll find our shelves stocked with the world's most f a m o u s foods--which you ; -can always be sure of buying here at thrift prices. Come and save. Pure Black PEPPER 1 lb. pkg. lowest"prices BROWN SUGAR, 4 Ibs 23o POWDERED SUGAR, 3 Ibs 19e ARGO STARCH, gloss or corn, 2 for loo MEET'S TOMATO JUICE, 3 cans . . 27c CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP, 3 cans 23o Phone 434-435 for quick delivery of your daily food needs. We deliver orders of $1.00 or more free. It is our aim to be of service to our customers. Toilet Soap, Hard Water, Beauty, 4 for : Certainty, Self Rising PANCAKE FLOUR,. 3 Ib. pkff. 21c Chase Sanborn COFFEE, new blend, Ib. 27c MILK, 4 tall cans 25c--per dozen .. 69c HH.EX, per gallon lOc POTATOES, Cobblers, peck 22c Per 100 Ibs., ?1.29 FLOUR, Jersey Cream, 49 Ibs 95e Omar, 49 Ibs., $1.59 PITTED DATES, 2 Ib. pkg- 23c JttJT MEATS, per 3b 45 C KRAFT DINNER, 2 pkgs. 27c MOTHERS MACARONI, 3 Ib. bag .. 23c Fraziers CATSUP, 14 oz. bottle lOc HORSERADISH 1MUSTARD, full qt. 12c Quality BROOMS 59c S9c 25c KARO SYRUP, gallon, dark 48c; light 51c 5c Boxes MATCHES 6 for 17c PORK BEANS 3-oi. cans 3 for 28c Stokelys TOMATO JUICE No. 5 cans, 19c 2 for DERBY FISH SATJCE, 8 oz. bottle .. 100 FREE Breakfast Plate with RAISIN BRAN, Z pkgs 19c Dinner Party, Grapefruit Jnlce, Dextrose Sweetened, 46 oz. can 21c SODA CRACKERS, 2 lb. box 14c GRAHAM CRACKERS, 2 lb. box ... 18c SIR WALTER RALEIGH VELVET PRINCE ALBERT KENTUCKY CLUB BIG BEN lOc 48c BUTTER; , b . 26c 37c Blue Club MOTOR OIL 2 Gallon- Products 87« 7c Pats 25 times m o r e soap r i g h t on d i r t y s p o t s 5 Bars -i COD FISH, Ib . . . , 2 1 c Tosty, Loins, Lb. FILLET OF HADDOCK I6c Genuine Wisconsin--Colby Longhorn CHEESE, Ib. 17c Raths BACON SQUARES, Ib. 17c Choice Curs POT ROAST , . . . 17c Wisconsin Maid OLEO, 2 pounds for . 33c GREEN TEA Per Pound 15c Long Thread COCO AN UT Fresh Per pound 17c Mareehus N«u Sails, dreff Small · Large He 21c PRRKinC at Rear of Store your fo OPEN UNTIL 6:30 SATURDAY 10:30 SAM RAIZES D E P A R T M E N T STORE OPEN UNTIL 6:30 SATURDAY 10:30 215 South. Federal Avenue Watch Our Windows For Egg Prices VECONOMV FOOD STORES? IOWA'S LARGEST GROUP OF HOME-OWNED ---- FOOD STORES -- NATIONAL CITRUS FRUIT SALE! LEMON JUICE 8 ox. · Cans.. 25c L ORANGE : JUICE 3 12 ox. Cans.. 25c "SUNI-CLUB" GRAPEFRUIT I No. 2 C a n s . . "ECKERSON" GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 3 No. 2 Cans , . . . 21c ! Large No. 3 Can 17c No. 10 Can . 39c j FANCY DATES 3 Pounds 23cJ Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT 8 or 10 for ..,,,,, I California NAVEL ORANGESC 25cl2 DM PURE COCOA, 2-Ib; Can 15* PURE HONEY, 10-lb. Pail . . 79c 1 Ib. Pkg. 13c . · GRANULATED SUGAR, 10-Pound Pkg 45c PINK SALMON, 1-lb. Can lOc D. B. JELL POWDER, 3 Boxes lOc POST TOAST! ES, 3 Boxes · 25c 1 Ib. Pkg. 15c BACON SQUARES, Per Pound. 12c LIVER SAUSAGE, 2 Pounds 25c SLICED BACON We « Pound Pkg. FRESH OYSTERS SS....,.:,.,., ,, BONELESS CODFISH, Mb. Pkg. 17c Asst. Meat Loaves or. Minced Ham, Ib. 15c SPRY Pound Can . . 48c RDiSO Large Box . 19c Mile-up" APRICOTS. 2 No. 2V 2 Cans Fancy Cross-cut Sweet Pickles, Qt. Jar 25c "ROYAL CHEF" PEACHES or OREGON PRUNES, 2 No. 21/2 Cans , . . 25c Pork 6- Bean's, Hominy, 4--22 oz. Cans 25c D. B. LYE, 4 Cans 25c Lux Flakes 21c . Large Box . LIFEBUOY |] 25c or LUX SOAP, 4 Bars PEACHES, No. 10 Can 35c APRICOTS, No. 10 Can '. 39c "Doll-Chop," 1-Ib. P k g . . . . JAPAN TEA 25c "Diamond's Best," 1-lb. Pkg 29c WOODBURY SOAP, 4 Bars . . . . . . . . 29c REPUTATION OLEO, 2 Pounds 33c N. B. C. LORNA-DOONE SHORT BREAD COOKIES, Per Pound 25c Diamond Crystal Salt/ 2 Large Boxes 17c CORN, PEAS, CARROTS or I WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN KRAUT, ,%£_ I BANTAM CORN, 4 ft- 4 No. 2 Cons 4C j 2 No. 2 C o n s . . . ... l^C GREEN TOP CARROTS, Bunch 5c POTATOES No. 1 Cobblers Peck Idaho " i ^ t Russets P e c k * / C North Dakota Ohios 100-lb. Bag 100-lb. Bag TOO-lb. Bag $149 $1.63 $1.79 BANANAS Pounds 23c LETTUCE Z Larje « f Heads ........... 15C NEW CABBAGE, 8 Pounds. 25c

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