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

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1936
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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 2 1936 CUT RATE GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY We lead in Price, We win Avith Quality. Same Prices at Both Stores 30 EAST STATE PHONES 112-113 512 FIRST ST. S. W. PHONE 114 Prices Below Good for Friday. Saturday, Monday EGGS Strictly Inrcr and fresh, doc. 15c CORN COl-NTRV OR BBOOKF1ELU BUTTER per Ib. 30c Oleomargarine, Ib 23c Pure Cider Vinegar, gal. .. 39c Raisins, pkg. 10c Dried Peas, 2 Ibs Z5c Salad Dressing, full pints 19c Salad Dressing, Qt. Jars 2Sc Mac. or Spaghetti, S Ibs. .. 25c Vanilla, 8 oz. bottle 10c Red Cherries, *c°.TM 0 39c Sordines, 1 Ib. tall can . . . lOc Radishes, 3 large bunches lOc Honey, full cakes 20c 15c Salmon, 2 tall cans .. 25c Mackerel, Ib. can lOc Tuna Fish, can 15c Shrimp, per can 15c Red Salmon, per can . . . . . lOc Red Salmon, 1 Ib 25c JOc Light Bulbs, 3 for 25c TABLESALT, «Jt 15c Asparagus, 3 bunches . . . . 25c FiUet of Haddock, Ib 19c Marshmallows, Ib 15c Toilet Taper, 4, 5, 6, 7 rolls 25c tirape Fruit, 5, 6 1 lor 25c Catsup, large bottle lUc Tapioca, minute, 2 Ibs. . . . 25c Tapioca, Pearl, 2 ibs 25c Pop Corn, Ib lOc Fancy Fig Bars, 2 Ibs. ... 35c They Now Sell CIGARETTS at the West Side Cut Kate Pitted Dates, package loc Fancy Mixed Nuts, 2 Ibs. 25c Fancy Green Tea, Ib 25e Fancy Black Tea, Ib. . . . . 35c BROOMS, 39c, 49c, 59c White Flour, 5 Ib. sack . . . 28c Whole Wheat, 5 ibs 28c Graham, 5 Ib. sack 28c Whole Wheat, 10 Ib. sack . 4Sc Corn Meal. 5 Ib. sack 19c Crushed Wheat, 5 Ib. sack 29c Pancake Flour, Ib. sack... 29c Quaker 'Oatmeal, 6 Ibs. . . . 25c SUNBEAM FLOUR, 49 Ibs. $1.89 Prunes, 2, 3 and 4 Ibs. .. 35c Olives, quarts 25c Sweet Pickles, quarts . . . . 25c Dill Pickles, quarts loc Peanut Butter, jar lOc, loo 25c After Dinner Mints, lg. pkg. lOc Dried Apricots, per Ib. . . 19c Crystal White Soap, 5 Bars IMc Egg Noodles, bag 15c Egg Noodles, pkg. 8c Lima Beans, 3 Ibs 25c Pineapple, 3 cans 25c Oranges £ lozen i i/C Zi/C i/DC Baked Beans, 5 cans 2oc Baked Beans, 3 giaiit cans 25c Milk Hominy, can 14c Tomatoes, qt. cans, per can loc Carrots or Spaghetti, 5 c'ns 25c Cut Beets, quart cans . . lOc lomato Soup, 5 cans . . . 25c 15c Spinach, 2 cans 25c Carrots, 6 Ibs 25c Libby's Fancy Beets, can lUc Lima Beans, large cans lOc Spaghetti, large cans . . . Me Saner Kraut, quarts, 8 for 25c Hominy, quart cans lOc Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, can lOc 15c Corn, Peas, 2 cans . . . 25o Peaches or Apricots, qts. . 15c CRACKERS 15c If c Peas, 4 large cans 2oc Carrots, 5 small cans . . . . 25c lOc Carrots, 3 large cans 25c Kidney Beans, 5 cans . . . 25c lOc Corn, Peas, 3 cans . . . 3Sc lOc Pumpkin, S cans . . . . 25c Head Lettuce 5c and lOc Celery, large loc Peas and Carrots, 3 cans.. ,25c Onion, yellow and mild, 7 Ibs 25c Asparagus, 18c; 2 cans . . 35c Canadian Rutabagas, 3 Ibs. lOc Tomato Juice, S cans 25c BUTTER-NUT COFFEE Bring Us Your Coupons, i/ 2 Ib. Free! PER LB. CAN.. 29o 2 LB;. CAR;;.550 Drip or Regular ···^·MMUfcJilHIILIIIIIUBlIHa 30 E. State St. Phone 112-113 512 First St. S. \V. Phone 114 Cut Rate Grocery MRS, VON BERG, 64, SUCCUMBS Funeral Services to Be Held at St. Patrick's Church, Parkersburg, Saturday. Mrs. Richard 3. von Berg, 64, died at her home, 228 West State street, at 2:25 o'clock Wednesday afternoon following an illness. She had resided in Mason City for a number of years. Mrs. von Berg, nee Mary Theresa Fitzpatrick, was born at Shells- berg, Wis., Nov. 22, 1871. She was married to Richard J. von Berg at Waterloo, Oct. 23/1907. They had resided in Mason City for about nine years, then at Des Moines for seven years, and had resided in Mason City for the past eight years. Surviving Mrs. von Berg are her husband, two daughters, Wynandb von Berg and Mrs. Victor Glass, all of Mason City, and three brothers, B. J. Fitzpatrick, Mason City; A. W. Fitzpatrick, Charles City, and Thomas Fitzpatrick, Shell Rock, and one sister, Mrs. Laura Stirling, Mason City. Funeral- services will be held at St. Patrick's church at Parkersburg Saturday morning. Interment will be at Parkersburg. The rosary will be said at the home Thursday and Friday evenings at 8 o'clock. The body was taken from the Meyer funeral home Thursday to th e residence, 228 West State street, where it will lie in state until taken to Parkersburg Saturday morning. AT THE HOSPITALS A daughter weighing 4 pounds W ounces was bom to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rorvig, Clear Lake, at the Park hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Don Craven and Infant daughter, 508 Carolina avenue southeast, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday. Martha Anderson, Hanlontown, was admitted to "the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. Mrs. Raymond Johnson, Mason City, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Mrs. Clarence Anderson and infant . daughter, Northwood, were dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday. Carl Woiwood, Ventura, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following treatment- Mrs. G. W. Rarick, 313 Twenty- sevenUi street southwest, was dismissed from tie Park hospital Wed- neday following: treatment. Raymond Moras, 320 Twenty-fifth street southwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Mrs. Charles Walters, I. O. O. F. home, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following 'treatment. Mrs. Bridget Campbell, 3 Georgia avenue southeast, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for treatment. Arlet Oherland, Burt, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following a minor operation. Clothilda 'Lansing, 22414 South Federal avenue, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for a major operation. .Mrs. Rufus Roilier, Dougherty, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for a major operation. A son weighing 7 pounds 12 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Stoltenberg, route 3, at the Mercy hospital Wednesday. Montie Lou Anderson, Northwood, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for a major operation. KEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Lattner, Frederic Mary p., executors of S. B. Lattner to Mollie P. McGowan $700 Ely 44 ft of SEly 22 ft. of L 5 B 10 in town of Cl. Lk. 10-31-35. Suntken, Gertie, et al to Eimon Bckhoff, ?1 Lots 1, 2, 3, S, 9, 10, 11 and 12 in B 6 in Kaus' First add to Kausville, now a part of Meservey- 3-11-36. 'Hall, Joe to Mary A. Lee $1 L 283 in Midland heights, an add. to Mason City. 12-15-34. Hetland, Ben G. and wf. to Sam Kennedy, Jr., $1 parcel of land in NE 24-95-2. 2-1-36. Stephens; Millie and hus. to L. J. Strahan,.?! L 3 and the N 13 ft. of L. 4 in B. 4, Harkinson's sub. of E. 10 acres in SE of NE 4-96-20. 3-2136. Pike, H. P. and wife to H. E. Freeman, $1.00. N 44 ft of L 5 B 10 in Cl. Lk.; also part of L 25 in Sirrine's sub of lots 1 and 4 in Gov. L 5 in SE of SE 13-96-22. 3-27-36 Brush Annis Corporation to Clarence Anderson. $1.00. Lots 11 and 12, B 24, Auditor's sub of L 14 in sub of BV of SE and that part of EV: of NE 18-96-20 lying S of railroad right-of-way. S-21-35. Witte. William to Mary S. Witte. $1.00. E',i of NE 3-95-20. 3-31-36. Rogers. Fred W. and wife to Bertha C. Bush, $1.00. W 55 ft of L 4 in B 27 in sub of part of Cl. Lk. Camp Meeting Assn. Grounds. 3-336. Stratum, L. J. and wife to Millie Stephens, $1.00. Lots 737 and 738 in First Add to Midland Heights M. C. 3-21-36. Watts, Luna M. to Edna Lange, $1.00. NW of 17-97-20. 1-17-36. Patton, Roger C. and wife to Fred W. Aderhold, Sl.OO. Lots 1 and 2 in B 9 in East Park Place Add to M. C. 3-14-36. Enabnit, Robert, Trustee and wife to Jake Dorenkamp, $1.00. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 in B 8 and lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 i B 21 i town of Meservey. 3-18-36. Swale. Douglas G. and wife to Salma A. Swartz, $1.00. L in sub of lots 2, 3, 6 and 7 in B H in Paul Felt's Plat of M. C. 3-23-3B Guardsmen Rescue Negro Youths From Mob Snatched from a mob, these four Negro youths are being held in jai! at Birmingham, Ala., pending an investigation of. the slaying of Miss Vivian Woodward, 19, ol Huntsville, Ala. National guards were called out to protect the youths and bring them to Birmingham. They are, left to right, Woodrow Mills, Eugene Haiiierlck, Ira Jolly and James McCallie. Hamerick was rescued by officers after a mob placed a wire around his neck. Troops used tear gas to disperse the mob. Augustana Lutherans to Hold Conference at Red Oak April 22, 23 RED CAK, CcPl--Delegates from 75 churches and three institutions of Iowa will convene at Stanton, April 22 to 26, in the annual Iowa conference of the Lutheran Augus- tana synod. At the same time the general c o n f e r e n c e is in session, the Women's Missionary society of the synod and the Lutheran brotherhood will be meeting jointly. Home missions, their conduct and expansion, will provide the theme for principal discussion, while reports on the three institutions · in the s y n o d i c a 1 jurisdiction, the children's home a Stanton, the home for the aged at Madrid and the Iowa Lutheran hospital at Des Moines, will be considered. Officials expected to take part include Dr. and Mrs. Victor Swenson of China, who returned recently from the world Lutheran convention in Paris. Record Seeks Library Aid in Reference at Gre:ene GREENE--Seventy-eight persons came to the local public library for reference material Wednesday afternoon and evening. This is the largest number of calls for reference material in any one day. The average number · a library day is approximately 30 persons who ask for reference material. Search Fails to Show Any Accident Traces NEW HAMPTON, (IP)--Sheriff George C. Murray was giving 'thought to the fact that Wednesday was April Fool's day. Wednesday night he sent an am- bulance and a wrecker to the county farm 3 miles from here in response to a telephone message that there had been a "terrible wreck' 1 there. Search failed to reveal any accident. Some Flashes From Life as She Is Lived By THE ASSOCIATED PBESS CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--The boys were away on spring vacations, so their parents--nearly 75 of them-moved into Harvard to find out for themselves for four days what this college life is like. The parents, guests at Lowell House of Prof. Julian Lowell Coolidge, were to sleep in dormitories, eat in the son's dining hall and relax in the athletic building gym. Oh yes, they planned to hear two lectures daily, too. AMBITIOUS CORTLAND, N. Y., /P)--Adam Thesis, 90, thought 33 years in the same tailor shop was long enough. He moved into another location. "And besides," Theis explained, "it is time I was looking to the fu- tui;e. I've only been in business 75 years! NO SNOOTY aUKY SPOKANE,' Wash.--County Commissioner Sam Webb complained that Mrs. Lenore Fuller called him a "sacred bull" in a poem. Witnesses testified she spoke abusively of county employes she considered "snooty" to her. A jury convicted her of vagrancy, fined her one cent--and inclosed a penny in the verdict envelope. HAIKIJNE DECISION CENTRALIA, Wash.--The people have spoken, and there'11-be whiskers at the Pioneer Days celebration in August. When women loudly- objected to men forsaking razors after July 4, a hirsute election was called. Wo- ' men could vote as well as men. The results last night showed 280 for whiskers, 270 against. SAVOIR FAIKE PLUS CHICAGO -- Democratic Mayor Edward J. Kelly, headed for a democratic political rally at a loop hotel, kept cool when he wandered by mistake into the wrong room-and a republican rally. Seeing he was recognized, he walked to the speaker's stand and announced: "If I had to die now, this would be as good a place as any. It would be the last place the devil would look for me." muir -The richer TEA Drama Shop Reading Room Is Being Closed Mrs. Ina K. Trissel Thursday announced that toe reading room of the Drama shop was being closed immediately in order to facilitate 200 Attend Presbyterian Session Held at Garner GARNER--The annual business meeting of the- United Presbyterian church was held Tuesday night with nearly 200 In attendance to whom a 6:30 o'clock dinner was served. New trustees elected were Carl Johnston and Clint Daniels. Nick Brear was elected clerk, Mrs- Brear. secretary, and Dr. Phillips, chief usher. Scott Pollock is superintendent of the Bible school and Mrs. W. S. Lee choir leader. Dr. J. B. Pollock is pastor of the congregation. the handling of a heavy mall order business. The Drama shop also is discontinuing the handling of costumes, Mrs. Trissel announced. "We will, however, continue to carry on a play rental service, but it will be a strictly mail order business," she said. Bargain Store 121 SOUTH FEDERAL EXTRA SPECIALS LADIES' Pure Silk SLIPS Men's ''» 0 _ Socks . . 8 C ANKLETS All sizes, to 25c Value 8c lie 500 MEN'S FELT HATS Grey, Brown, Tan $1.00 Ladies' Silk Hose 39c LADIES' SPRING COATS To $25.00 Value $ .87 LADIES* Sample Wash DRESSES Fast Color 44c Men's Work Gloveg 8c LADIES' OXFORDS Black and White, to $3 Value $1 .49 1 Late Models Checked Pattern Value S22.50 ·THE MOW SHE ESCAPED FROM "WASHDAY SLAVERY" THIS AMAZING NEW WAY BUT YOU HAVEN'T TRIED oxypOL-'fT's ABSOLUTELY DIFFERENT. IT'S A NEW SAFE KIND, MADE BY THE IVORY SOAP PEOPLE. YET IT SOAKS OUT DIRT IN 15 MINUTES-- YOU DON'T NEED TO SCRUB OR BOIL AT ALL / WHAT/ YOU STILL SCRUBBING CLOTHES IN THIS NEW PAY OF "NO-SCRUB" BUT AREN'T THOSE "NO-SCRUB" GRANULATED SOAPS TERRIBLY HARSH ? ITRIED ONE ONCE, ANP IT FADEP MY COLORED THINGS--AND MADE MY HANDS ROUGH ANP BEO. BOY/ 8 MORE SHIRTS-4 MORE SHEETS -- MORE BABY PRESSES / AND SHE'S ALMOST FAGGED OUT tfE SENTENCE RUTfl TO YOU LUCKY G\RL/ GOING TO PLAY BRIDGE THIS AFTERNOON, WHILE I HAVE TO SCRUB CLOTHES / 2. BACKACHES FROM SCRVBBHt/a 3- tR£ARY DAYS MA DARK BASEMENT LOOK-THIS IS HER SENTENCE WEtLKEEP HER DOWN HERE ALL PAY/ ANI IF VOU STILL DON'T THINK IT'S SAFE--LOOK HOW THE COLORS STAY PRESH AND BRIGHT IN THIS PRINT DRESS/ AND WE WASHES rt SSQRcS OF TIMES IN OXyPOL. OUST THINK-OUT OF THE BASEMENT ALREADY--AND IT'S ONLY ONE O'CLOCK / ANP IS IT REALLY TRUE--THAT IT GETS CLOTHES 4 TO 5 SHADES WHITER ·? fT'S A NEW DISCOVERY BY THE IVORY SOAP PEOPLE. MY WIFE SAYS IT'S THE MOST AMAZING SOAP SHE'S EVER USED. BUT HOW CAN SUCH A MILD SOAP GET CLOTHES SO WHITE WITHOUT SCRUBBING-AND SO FAST/ YOU WAIT ANP SEE -WE'LL GO GET SOME NOW/ I CAN SCARCELY BELIEVE IT--JUST is MINUTES' SOAKING ANP THESE SHEETS ARE IOTS WHITER THAN WHEN I SCRUBBED THEM / SO ECONOMICAL, TOO. DID YOU NOTICE WHAT A . LITTLE SOAP 1 WE; USED ? NEW FASTER-ACTING "NO SO SAFE AND MILD YOU'LL SCRUB" SOAP AMAZED! GETS HER WASH OUT IN HALF THE TIME NOW THAT AFTERNOON JUST THINK -IF IT WEREN'T IT CERTAINLY IS REMARKABLE HOW SUCH A SOAP CAN SOAK CLOTHES WHITE SO PAST. CERTAINLY DOES WORK WONDERS, DOESN'T IT 9 WE'D AU. BE SLAVING" AWAY IN OUR BASEMENTS THIS AFTERNOON. Soaks Out Dirt in IS Minutes--Yet Won't Fade Any Washable Color · Each day new thousands are discarding old-type laundry soaps of every sort and switching to PXYDOL--for faster, whiter washings--for utmost safety to hands! For here, at last, is a "no-scrub, no-boil" laundry soap that's really safe! Developed by the makers of gentle Ivory soap! A patented process that makes mild, gentle soap much faster acting ... a formula that makes it 2 io 3 limes whiter washing than less modern soaps, by actual test! Combining speed and safety in a way no single soap has done be- fore--)XYDOL does these 3 amazing things: (1) Soaks out dirt in 15 minutes, without scrubbing or boiling. Even grimiest spots come white with a gentle rub. (2) Gets clothes 4 to 5 shades whiter than other soaps, by scientific Tint- ometer tests. (3) So safe and mild that every washable color stays brilliant, fresh. And hands keep soft and lovely. No wonder women everywhere are quitting bars, flakes, chips, and old-type "no-scrub" soaps for this remarkable new discovery. OXYDOL is economical, too. One package often does twice the work --gives twice the suds--lasts twice as long as old-fashioned soaps. Try Under Money-Back Guarantee Get OXYDOL from your dealer tomorrow. Unless'it lives up to every claim, take the partly used package back to your dealer and get your money refunded in full. Procter Gamble. "I have a family of 11, and have used nearly every kind of soap, but I have never found anything as wonderful as OXYDQL. I used to be washing clothes until ·way late in the afternoons, and sometimes even then I didn't get through. But since I've started using OXYDOL, I have my clothes finished by noon. _ Also, my family get their clothes very dirty--so I found it more economical to use OXYDOL, because it soaks out the dirt from clothes without harming them, and I don't have to scrub and boil the clothes, until they look almost like old flour sacks. And another thins--in the whole time I've used OXYDOL it has never faded a single parmeni lor me. Some of my print dresses have bren washed every week for one or two years, and the colors are stUl almc«t like new." Afr*. ChxrZe* Rfefce J5S0 Worth 19th Place, Milwaukee. H'r. Tested and Approrsd by Good Housekeeping Inttitutt 1 ·h

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