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) MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 2 B| 1936 SEVENTEEN Meltonvllle Play to * Be Presented April 8 MKLTONV1LLE -- The Community cub lias been postponed until April S. The regular meeting is for April 1, but because of. illness in homes yf some at those taking part in the program, the meeting was changed. It is a three act comedy- drama. The cast consists of Roy. Alfred and Elmer Hanson, Richard and Viola Borcherding, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Gordon and Mrs. Lloyd Johnson. The committee, consisting of Myron Hanson. Esther Anderson and Mis. N. Hubcr. are in charge of the play and also have planned special entertainment between acts| Four Receive Certificate. WESLEY--Four local World war veterans received chevrons and certificates indicating IS years consecutive membership in Andrews Post No. -128 of the American Legion of Iowa. The four local veterans receiving above recognition arc John Hutchison. Halsor Flom. Jr.. John Brinkman and Lester L. Lease. H f i TO 6ET THESE PRICES FOR THIS GREAT SALE FRIDAY and SATURDAY APRIL 3-4 2 No. 2'/ 2 cans Jack Sprat Sliced PINEAPPLE . Jack Sprat Crushed PINEAPPLE . Jack Sprat Crushed PINEAPPLE . Mayflower Crushed PINEAPPLE . 3--8 or. cans Pineapple JUICE Jack Sprat No. 10 can No. 2 45c 69c MAYFLOWER PINEflPPLE HAWAIIAN BROKEN SLICES 2 No2/Â£Vfl CQNS^fT MAYFLOWER VEGETABLES BEANS MayÂ£lower Cut Was Â· CORN n p A C M I CMJ TOMATOES Ma * flowei Mayflower Sweets Â· Â· YOUR CHOICE 2 No. 2 Cons 19 PEACHES . . No c 0 ^ Jack Sprat Halves or Slices Crackers . . . U* Mayflower Sodas Macaroni spaghetti Jack Sprat Cocoanut . . Jack Sprat Saredded Extract . . . botlie Jack Sprat Lemon or Vanilla Powdered Su 9Â° r . . iÂ£ Jack Sprat 4 oz. PI'S- 17c 19c 9c 19c 19c . CHEESE Â· Â« Â· Jack Sprat American or Brick Pancake Flour . 49c Jack Sprat pkg. f Â· 8 or.. tapioca . . . p kg . Jack Sprat Fine or Pearl EASTER Candy . . . . lb Tender Jelly Bird Eggs OATS 10c lOc 2c large Â· Â· ' pkg. Jack Sprat Premium--Platonite Dinner Plate in every package. SOFTASILK CAKE FLOUR 51.SO Value for 25c--Send sales s l i p showing purchase of 1 pkÂ£." Softasilk Cake Flour and 25c in c'jin to Betty Crocker, Minneapolis. Minn., anrl receive 1 Hand-Cut Rock Crystal Vanity Jar with pure silver plated top. j|j OUNCE tlfiB PKG. . 27c LAUNDRY SOAP P. and G. . J rs 19c Climalene .y. 21 c Bowlene . . 71 19c R GROCER Lye . . 23c CLEANSER Old Dutch .JL 15c By more flooring manufacturers than any other floor wax--saves work . . . easy to apply . . . self polishing. PINTS, 75c value. . . . Coffee . ;,1^- 31c Chocolate Cream Flour . $1.89 K Grocer Flour . . ^ $2.25 Gingham Girl -- World's finest flour ORANGES, 176 Size, Cal. Navels . . . 6 for 17c ORANGES, 288 Size, Cai. Navels . . . 6 for lie LETTUCE, Large Solid Heads, each 8c . 2 for ISc CABBAGE, New Ib. 5c CARROTS, New bunch 6c RITE-WAY . . .:'THJS JACK HORSE SHOE GROCERY A. W. KITTO 319 North Federal Phone 209 402 Seventh St. S. E- Phono 751 THOMPSON-DEAN CO. BARRETT BROS. CO. 121 North Federal Phone 217 20 Second St. N. E. Phone 43 CARL GRUPP W. S. LAWRENCE 13S9 North Federal Phone 420 402 Twelfth St. N. W. Phone 2137 SNYDER'S RITE-WAY S. P. SHAPIRO 61Â« South Federal I'hnns 1800 523 N. Pennsylvania Phone 2187 WILLSON GROCERY CHICAGO MEAT b GROCERY 404 FUteeatb St. K. W. 1'hune "41 656 S, Jackson Phone 036 RITES HELD FOR BUSINESSWOMAN Stores Closed in Honor of Mrs. Mott, Who Built Large Business. DECORAH -- Funeral services vere held Wednesday for Mrs. Betha. Mott, 81, prominent businesswoman of Decorah for more than 50 Â·ears. Services were held at the lome on West Broadway in charge Df the Rev. T. A. Hoff, pastor of the First Lutheran church. Burial was made in Phelps cemetery. Local justness houses were closed part of :he afternoon in honor of this pioneer businesswoman, who, from a nodest beginning, built up the dry- ;oods business in which she was en:aged, to one oi the largest in the community. Mrs. Mott was born Bertha Chris- en in 1855. Her parenls were residents nt Madison township, and ince 1871, when she came tn Decorah as a cleric, this county has jeen her permanent residence. In 1878 she was married to James Mott. Mr. Mott operated the mill at Bluffton and later farmed near Decorah, where he died after eight years of married life. In 1901 Mrs. Mott organized the Mott company store, in partnership with the late H. A. Warner. Since 1932 Mrs. Mott was unable to take an active part in the business, which is under the management of her son, Walter, and daughter, Anna. These two children alone survive. Long Delayed Charivari. STILSON--Friends and neighbors from southeast Boone township, and from Erin township, gave a chari- chuich parlors. They were married in January, but on account of the blocked roads and melting of the snow, these showers had to be postponed. A large crowd was prcs- Crystal Lake Cagers Honored With Banquet CRYSTAL LAKE--A banquet was held Tuesday evening in the auxiliary hall by Mr. and Mrs. Em- mctt L. McFarland for the basketball teams and their coach, Supt. Ed McGreevey, who was toastmaster, also Josine Martin, Harold Hawn and Marion Roberts, high school faculty. Mr. McGreevey thanked the boys for their co-operation during the basketball season and their fine sportsmanship. He also regrets losing some of his players by graduation, Ivan Scanlon, Richard Rose, Curtis Jensen, Richard Rabe and Clarence Steiff. Louis IX Coins Found. PERIQUEUX, F r a n c e (UP) -Forty-three gold coins, dating back to Louis IX, the crusading king of France, have been unearthed after seven centuries by a French peasant who was plowing his field near here. The coins are of solid gold and bear portraits of Louis and his mother, Blanche de Castille. Eskimos "Dry" Race. MONTREAL (UP)--The Eskimos are the only really "dry" race in the world. Dr. I. M. Rabinowitch, who spent several months in the Arctic last summer, declares. He saic there was little vegetation to be found in the frozen wastes from which alcohol could be produced. Traffic Penalties Shirked. HONOLULU, (UP)-- Honolulu's school for traffic offenders nearly went out of business owing to the fact that the "students" and even the faculty prefei'red the pleasures of the beach to the duties of the school. Finally traffic judges de cided to use subpoenas for the missing "students." Serve CHEESE every meal KENYON'S for Friday and Saturday these are good buys: Mild, tender Colby Longhorn, Ib. Well cured Wisconsin Swiss, lu. Cured in wine sharp Cheddar, Ib. . Mild creamy French Brie, Ib. . . . A natural cheese, Gold N Hich, Ib. . . Green County Umburger, Ib. 15c 29c 80c 60c 50c 25c Italian Fear Cheese SCAMORZE, about I'/, Ibs, each You should try this. 45c Philadelphia Cream Cheese, 3 for World renowned Liederkranz, each Imported rich TILSITER, Ib. .. Ttaliaii ASIAGO, Ib Naperville Hand Cheese, 2 for . . Fresh Caraway PULTOST. 11) Imported Swiss GUUYEKE, ]iliÂ« 25c 25c 50c 39c 25c 15c .29c IMl'OKTKD UOQUKFOKT and BLUE CHEESE 59c 65c $1 We out plenty of these-- (Iiev arc Sine.. n P Â«t)C Lakeshire BricU Cheese, 2 ib. box ---Kennedy's Salad Dressing, quart Imported GYDA Sardines, tin . . POTATO CHIPS Fresh Daily and a hundred good things to eat. 21 FIRST ST. S. E. MASON CITY S;iM!r Prices CU'jir I , n K Â« van and shower for Mr. and Mis. William Lcercr at their home. Tucs- c a y evening. Ml', and Mrs. Lccrcr were given a shower in the 17. B. i :nt at both showers. Mr. Lcercr Is ircsidcnt of the U. B. Christian En- ,leavor. r.ftl:i:i:UH:Mi:M:H IGROCERS HEATS- FRUITS. VEGETABLES! M O - I H D ST.N.E. PHONES 41 44 1 II AtMfMBffi, WÂ£ DELIVER 1 11 RICHELIEU FOODS FOR SPRING 1 Large Can Raggedy Ann Pineapple ^|_|_ Op -1 Large Can Raggedy Ann Peaches 3 pg^ OjC 1 Large Can Raggedy Ann Apricots POWDERED 11r SUGAR, 3 pounds *lv SOFTASILK CAKE *)i* r FLOUR, pkg ft j\ P. G. SOAP, | Q- 5 Giont Bars. . . . JLxÂ» B R I T E - I Z E Â·%!Â·- CLEANSER, 3 cansAJV COFFEE ATWOOD'S, HILL'S, R I C H E L I E U , %Q~ FOLGER'S per pound AJFV GRAPEFRUIT, Â£- Each . 3Â« ORANGES, Good 7Q|Â» Size, dozen ttf\f Try Our B E R K S H I R E P U R E PORK "TCr SAUSAGE per pound Â£ej\* FANCY BEEF POT Â« n ROAST, p o u n d . . 15^ Fresh Dressed ^ELt* CHICKENS, I b . . . ity Try Mrs. Osborn's HOME-MADE BREAD and Mrs. Rogers' HOME-MADE PIES, CAKES, ROLLS and DOUGHNUTS United Fruit Co. 33 East State Street I'HONE 7-19-- FREE DELIVERY SPECIALS Friday and Saturday POTATOES, Early Ohios, U. S. No. 1 grade, from Red River Valley, peck 30c; M CA bu $1 10- 100 Ib bag ...Â«pJ..UU Apples, Mo. Jonathans, 7 Ibs. 25c; tÂ»1 1C bu box . . Â«P 1 * A Â«J Bananas, firm 9C/Â» yellow. 4 Ibs "Â«J C Pecan Meats, QO rt Ib Â«3J7C Grapefruit, seedless, good size, 9C 6 for Â£iJL Oranges, California Navels, good size, OP dozen fcuJL Walnut Meats, QQ r MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME . Flour, Gold Medal, 49 sack .15 Block Salt, QQ/. 50 Ibs Â«tfC Ovster Shells, Â£t\ 100 Ibs - UJ/C Queen Olives, near quart, giant 4n size fcsÂ«/\Â» Farm House Peas. *jCp (size 2 cans) 3 for tiÂ«JC MADE BREAD lOc Flour, Jersey Cream, 49 lb - $1 4*1 sack tp I. *$Â·*! Stock Sail. CP 100 Ibs O JL Soap, P. G., Â«JP a iant 7 bars . Â«Â«/^- Fancy Cookies, Burry's fine quality, *)*%/* ib Â£Â«C Black Tea. Ib 25c Green Tea Ib. . .15c Cool Spring Tomatoes, Corn, Tomato 9l/Â» Juice 3 No 9 cans wtJC Silk Tissue (1000 Â«^r .sheets) 6 rolls Â£OC Salt, Rapid Running. /* ' Ib box . . . . OL COFFEE, Folger or Hill's, F Â£ Ib ' ; 9c' 2 Ib can , . Â«J vV MONARCH FINEH FOODS Monarch Egg Noodles, I pound cello 1 r* ban- .. 1JL Monarch S. Kraut or Horn- c a n ' 2 * 8 " IOC Monarch Golden Corn, size 2 cans - IQr 3 for JfcFL Monarch Diced Beets or Carrots. No. 2 -|A siy.e c;m JL V v. j Monarch TEA. Orange I'ekoe. CQ,, 1 Vj ib can 31cÂ° Ib can Â«1Â«/L Monarch Coffee, QC., Ib. 29c; 3 Ib. jar . . GDC Monarch Peas, No. 1 P 2 size can ItJv. Monarch Ketchup, f C _ 1 14 oz bottle IOC .Monarch Baby Food, ^Â£" 3 cans Â«Â«? C Yacht Club 1 P Tuna 1 JL Monarch Black P Pepper, 2 oz. box . . . i)L Monarch 1 C _ Shrimp 1*)C Monarch Gelatine, OC-Â» 6 pkps Â£Â«*C 101 South Federal A v e n u e I ' H O N E 821-- FREE D E L I V E R Y Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY 'Right to Limit We Deliver $1.00 Orders Where the Good Meat Comes From at a Saving to You. TRY US. 15c Beef Rump Roast, Ib. Tender Sirloin Steak, pound 20c Young Pork Liver, Ib. 12c Sliced Bacon, Vz Ib.. . 17c Tender Pot Roast, Ib. 12c T-Bone Steaks, Ib.. . . 20c Chickens Canadian Style Bacon, pound 38c Round Steak, Ib 23c Baby Beef Liver, Ib.. . 20c Bacon Squares, Ib.. . . 20c Beef Chuck Roast, Ib. 16c Beef Short Ribs, Ib.. . lOc Fish -- Cheese Royal Gelatin, 4 pkgs 19c Ketchup, large, 2 for 25c Van Camp's Pork and Beans, can 5c Miller's Corn Flakes, large pkg.. . . lOc Monarch Yacht Club Cut Green Beans lOc N. B. C. Ritz Crackers, Mb. pkg.... 23c Pineapple, 2'/2 c a n . . . . 19c Monarch Gelatine Any Flavor, pkg. 5c Monarch Red Kidney Beans, can lOc Monarch Spinach, No. 2 can. . . 15c FRUIT DEPARTMENT A Fruit Department That Will Make You Buy -- Just Take a Look at It. Asparagus, bunch lOc Lettuce, Large Solid Heads, 2 for 15c Winesap Apples, Fancy, 5 Ibs. 25c Sweet Potatoes, 4 Ibs 25c Carrots, bunch. . 5c Celery, large.. 15c Grapefruit, 8 for . . . . . . 25c Rome Beauty Apples, 4 Ebs. 25c Oranges, 2 doz. 39c Radishes, Fresh Strawberries, Green Onions, Peppers, Cucumbers, Cauliflower. POTATOES, peck 27c COBBLER POTATOES, 100 Ibs. . . 99c Buy Your Summer Supply-RED PITTED CHERRIES, Large No. 10 Can. 39c The Townsend people must be getting pretty strong when the democrats and the republicans form a committee of equal number to investigate the plan. The committee wants to find out if it is a racket, based on promises. Does it make a difference who makes the promises? If I recall rightly, the democrats and the republicans have been going before the people for years promising everything under the sun to get into office. Some of the promises they don't keep. Would you call that a racket? LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. Oxydol, large package . . 19c Miracle Whip, quarts 35c Kirk's Hardwater Soap, bar . . . 5c Toilet Paper, 6 large rolls 25c Brooms, extra good . . 49c Monarch Diced Carrots, can lOc Oxydo!, giant pkg.. . 59c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib.. . 19c Miracle Whip, pints 23c Macaroni, pkg. . 5c Spaghetti, pkg. . 5c Golden Corn. . lOc Tomatoes, can , lOe Mop Sticks lOc Monarch Diced Beets, can. . . IQc Monarch Farm House Peas, can. . . lOc Sweet Pickles, quarts 25c , FOLGER'S COFFEE, Pound Can 29c; 2-pound Can Hubbard's Energy Cereal, 5 Ib. pkg.. . 35c Hubbard's Wheat Cereal, 5 Ib. pkg... 35c Paramount Dog Food, 3 c a n s . . . 25c Hubbard's Cracked Wheat, 5 Ib. pkg.. . 32c Hubbard's Cake Flour, 5 Ib. can..,.,., 39c Dic-A-Doo, pkg 25c Ivory Flakes, s m a l l . . . lOc MOTHER HUBBARD FLOUR, 49 Ibs $2.19 SEAL OF MINNESOTA FLOUR, 49 Ibs.... ,... 51.98 OMAR FLOUR, 49 Ibs ,.,.-........, $1 -95 NATIONAL SEAL FLOUR, 49 Ibs $1.69 Buy 2 Pkgs, Wheat ies Shirley Temple Pitcher FREE! MR. FARMER: -- BRING US YOUR EGGS -- CASH OR TRADE -- ANY OF THE 4 STORES.