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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 161 1931 COAL $6.50 ton $6.50 ton IOWA MJMP . , , (Centcrrflle) W. KY. NUT ... Above Coals Best In Their Respective Fields. vrar PAY MORE? Wolf Bros. PHONE 1148 Cut Rate Grocery SAVES YOU MONEY PRICES BELOW GOOD AT BOTH STORES FOB TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 30 E. State St.--Phone 112-113 508 1st. St. S. W--Fbone 114 Chase Sanborn 97- COiSTEE, 1-lb. can... tt I C JERSBY CKEAM FLOUR, 49 Found 41 CC Sack ..H.JJ Milk, t large 25c Brooms 39c, 49c, 59o Vanilla .Flavor, 8 oz. bottle 19c Pumpkin, quart cans.... lOc lOc Sal Soda, per pkg.... 7c lOc Baking Soda, per pkg. 7c Raisins, per pkg. ; lOc Pure Sorghum, J$ gaL... 25c Mackerel, tall can lOc lOc Kidney Beans, t cans 35c SEEDLESS GBAPEFBUIT Extra, torge (sure OC- good) 5 for £tlC Gelatine Powder, (all flavors) 6 pkgs... 25c PUKE CRISCO, 2 pounds 35c VEGETABLES Radishes, S large bunches lOc Carrots, largo bunches 5c Fancy Onions, per Ib 5c Corn, S cans 25c Corn, 2 cans 25c Peas, can lOc Peas, No. 2 size, per can.. 15c Lima Beans, 6 cans 25o Lima Beans, largo can... lOc Kidney Beans, 2 cans.... loo Rutabagas, 3 Ibs lOc Head Lettuce, solid, 5c, lOc Celery. large stalks, lOc, 15c 15o Spinach, 2 cans 25c Tomatoes, large cans.... lOc 15c Green String Beans.. lOc 15c Wax String Beans... lOc Beets, per can lOc -I0n Carrots, 2,cans !Se : CRACKERS, 2-lb. caddy... 19c Our Stores Are as Close as Tour Phone. We Deliver Orders of 50c or More. 25c SANI-FLUSH, per can , 19c YELLOW CORN MEAL, 5 Ibs lOc Mustard, quart jars 15c Pure Sorghum, I'/^-lb. can lOc Fey. Pink Salmon, Ib. can loc Dried Peaches, 2 Ibs 23c Peaches, No. 10 cans 45c Apricots, No. 10 cans... 45c lac Shrimp, Z cans 25c Maple Syrup, per bottle.. lOc Egg Noodles, 5 pkgs 25c Oranges, dozen 19c, 23c, 35c Lima Beans. 3 Ibs 25c SUNKIST LEMONS Extra Large; per dozen 28c CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, 10 bars 23c PRUNES, 2 and S Ibs. 25c DIop Sticks (best) each.. 15c Pure Sugar Candy, 10 Sticks 5c lOc Hit. Cleanser, i cans 25c 15c Balj-O, 2 cans. Zoo Macaroni, S Ibs ,...25e Spaghetti, 3 Ibs. .25c Choc. Cream Coffee, Ib. can 31c Mac, or Spag., 5 pkgs..,. 25o Dili Pickles, pint Jars... IOC Scouring Powder, 5 cans 25c Toilet Paper, S, 4, 5 rolls 25o 25c Pnre Vanilla, Bottle . 19c Mazola, quart 25c Catsup, large bottles, 2 for Zne TEA Best Gr. Tea (bulk) Ib. 25c Best Blk. Tea (bulk) Ib. 25c Up. Gr. Tea, / z Ib. pkg. 18c Cut Bate Special Tea, pkg. 28c Tea Siftings, 1 Ib. pkg... ISc Mr. Farmer: Bring us your sggs--they buy more here. --FLOUR-Oma Flour, 49-Ib. sack $1.52 Triumph, 49-lb. sack.. $1.19 Sunbeam, 49-lb. sack.. S1-S9 Crushed Wheat, 5 Ib. sack 25c White Flour, 5 Ib. sack.. 24c Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs 23c Graham, 5 Ib. sack 25c Whole Wheat, 10 Ib. sack 45c Dark Eye, 10 Ib. sack S9c C. E. BUSH, Mgr. 30 East State Street EAKL BCSH, Mgr. 508 First Street S. W. Cut Rate Grocery Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE NO. 239 Residence Phone 67 RITES HELD FOR MRS, ASHLAND Dr. Riner Officiates for Rite of Aged Local Woman. CLEAR LAKE, April 1C.--Fu neral sen-ices for Mrs. O. C. Ash land, 72, were held Sunday at the Methodist church with the Rev. B W. Riner officiating. Burial was made in the Clear Lake cemetery. Mrs. Faith Monagban sang two numbers, "Lead Kindly Light," and "Abide With Me." Pallbearers included S. J. Ott, A. B. Knutson, M N. Nelson, Ed Rushia, Frank Daker and Walter Atkinson, old neighbors and sons of old neighbors of the family. Helga Narveson Ashland was born in Eggedal, Norway, Aug. 30 1861. Having no brothers or sisters she was left motherless at the age of two years and two years later accompanied her father and an aunt to America, settling ' in Clayton county. In 1879 the family moved to Clear Lake where they located on a farm south of town. She was married to O. C. Ashland, They lived on the farm south of the lake until 1913 when they moved to their present location on Benton street. She is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mary and Crystal Ashland; four sons, Cornelius, Anders, Irving and Earle, all of- Clear Lake, and 11 grandchildren. She became a member of the Methodist church in 1917. Among the out-of-town relatives attending- the services were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rugland and Miss Alma Rugland of St. Olaf, and Miss Isabel Ashland, Jackson, Minn. W. C. T. U. to Meet at Snodgrass Home CLEAR LAKE, April 16.--Members of the W. C. T. U. will meet Wednesday afternoon at the Mrs. I. S. Snodgrass home at 2 o'clock. Members will bring gifts suitable for a cash sale at the state W. C. T. U. bazar. Refreshments will be served. Why argue whether congressmen should eat with Negroes. The congressmen must decide, and they know best.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. QUICK RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION That is the joyful cry of thousands since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician for 20 years, and calomel's old- time enemy, discovered the formula for Olive Tablets while treating patients for chronic constipation and torpid livers. Olive Tablets do not contain calomel, just a healing, soothing vegetable laxative safe and pleasant. No griping is the "keynote" of these little sugar-coated, olive-colored tablets. They help cause the bowels and liver to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. If you have a "dark brown mouth"--bad breath--a dull, tired feeling -- sick headache -- torpid liver--constipation, you should find quick, sure and pleasant results from one or two of Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. Thousands take them every night to keep right Try them. 15c, 30c 60c. Paris Legion Convention Goers Plan One at Lake R i t Z H o t e l Is Scene fo r -Bamboo Bungalow" and other sec ond A. E. F. classics. Proprietor Charles Ritz, of th hotel, which is beautifully locate on the Clear Lake beach, near Ba; side, promises full co-operation, ar he knows how to entertain and ge into the spirit of pleasure seeker It will be one grand reunion if th attendance makes the committee plans work out. Make your reservation NOW! Delegation, June 2 and 3. CLEAR LAKE, April 16.--Th Ritz hotel at Bayside will be th meeting place for a large group o lowans who made the trip to th American Legion convention in Par: in 1927 on the Celtic or the Penn land steamship. The dates of th notable reunion have been set June 2 and 3, a Saturday and Sun day. Plans for the get-together wer outlined in the current issue of th Iowa Legionaire, as follows: Everyone who made the voyag will be welcome, a wife may brin : ler husband who didn't go, or husband may bring his wife wh didn't accompany him, but all oth ers will be barred. About 400 lowans went across ot many have moved out of th state and death has been kind, so crowd of 200 or more is expected a .he mobilization. Arrive Saturday afternoon, dinne hat evening-, band and drum corp concert, then a dance, cards swim ming, "Who won the war?" what have you? Eat, sleep or plunge Sunday morn ng, dinner at noon, followed by i rogram. Like a Ship. Earl Hall has promised to maki he hotel and environs appear thor lughly Parisian and European an he dining hall will be like a ship Ralph Henderson will bring th ilonahan Post band from Sioux City 3ob Heath will bring the For Dodge drum and bugle corps from Tort Dodge; Josephine Joens wil ring the Davenport Auxiliary dril orps. These three world champion outfits I 1927 will be in uniform, and wil." o their stuff. One and all who did stunts on the hip's programs are requested to ring them to do over, whether rushed up or not. Frank Miles There. Frank Miles will be master of eremonies for the Sunday program, esides the entertainment features, ustice R. F. Mitchell and Robert J. haw of Sigourney will speak brief- y and the committee is angling for nationally known Second A. E. F.- r of another state to deliver an ad- ress. No end of fun reminiscent of the great trip is planned, the more who orne and the more pep they have, the better the party will be. Bedrock cost. Saturday evening inner, 75 cents; Sunday noon din er, 75 cents; breakfast a la carte, ptional; room, one person alone ?1, wo persons 51.50. Because it costs a little for post- ge, tickets and incidentals to put ic affair over, an additional 25 ents will be charged on each reser- ation, so-o-o-o-o, as Ed Wynne or wald Trost would say, if you are oming alone make your reserva- on by sending $2.75, aud if with our better or lesser half $5, to Mrs. loy Mann Schermerhorn, 3108 tfann avenue, Des Moines, Iowa. On Committee. Committee making the arrangements i n c l u d e s Frank Miles, a Vere Braucht, Paul Wendell, Dr. larold Plotts, Mrs. Florence Royal and Mrs. Schermerhorn, all of Des Sioines. Wendell will organize an orches- ra from his old Sioux City band omrades; Mrs. Royal will look af- er the talent, write her at 3314 Cingman boulevard, Des Moines; arl Hall, in addition to doing the ecorating, will lead the singing of FERNDELL FOOD PHONE 334"QUALITY MEATS FERNDELL TOMATO JUICE, 4 4 p Rich Flavor, Each i J. Pint Cocktail Jars, 3 Jars 29c QUALITY FOODS ARE NOT HIGH PRICED HERE CRACKERS, -fl Q d Fresh, 2 Ib box J,«T BUTTER (92 Score) Fresh Prints, Ib MAYONNAISE, Clarks Quart Jars CORNMEAL, f A Yellow, 5 Ibs Ill OCCIDENT FLOUR CAKE FLOUR Ross), Large Box (Robb GREEN Ounce Jars OLIVES, 26 _ 25 C A COMPLETE LINE OF GARDEN SEEDS GRASS SEED, Pound 25' PRUNES, 70-80 3 Pounds 25 Green String BEANS. No. 2 Cans, Each _ ' OUR MEATS Are Quality Meats VEAL, LAMB. PORK SELECT BEEF COLD Meats CURED Meats SPRING SALADS (Ecady Made from our own kitchens) PERFECTION POTATO TUNA FISH CABBAGE SALAD SALAD SALAD SALAD Lake Biology Class Wins in Ames Contes CLEAR LAKE, April 1G.--Th biology class of the high school whic attended the Spring day festivities a Iowa State college, Ames, Saturda; placed first in the tree display Branches of all types of kinds o trees were mounted into one com posite one. C. M. Holmes, science instructor accompanied the group which in eluded Dorothy Sherman, Arthu Canfield, Esther Jacobsen, Kelt Holt, Dean Ashland, Cora Clock Marian Eliason, Orluf Elting, Jun Peterson, David Barber, Verne Wei terling, Greta Chappell, Uarjori Lyons, Cecil Edwards, Nora Chapman, Marguerite Johnson, Lucill Winnie and Gladys Lomena. The prize received included a se of 25 prepared slides. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Try Diamond Half and Half Bread. Your dealer has it. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Copley ac companied by Mrs. W. B. Milne Mrs. C. R. Wood, Mrs. Mary Bowman attended the district meeting of the Mitchell association of the Congregational church at Algona Friday. Miss Virginia Lovejoy of Jefferson has returned to her home after Mr. and Mrs. Jim Trevis will spend the summer in the Carl Old- ierg cottage at Bayside, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Clausen of 3oone spent the week-end in their home on West Second street. short visit at the J. M. Heffner home, South Second street. The Catholic ladies' aid society will serve a supper Thursday night at the parish hall. H. H. Bowlin has been employed at the Shady'Beach gas 'station while Bcib Sweiger, manager, la jettin the Shady Beach boat line n condition for the coming season. For Saler'BIack dirt §1 per load delivered. Clear Lake Sand and Gravel Co. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin LaCoSte of Rudd were Sunday evening guests if Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bruggman, managers of the Park theater. Miss Vera Slifgard, owner of Vera's Beauty Salon, spent Sunday in Waterloo visiting her parents. You can get Weal American jaundry Service by calling 444, Clear Lake Laundry Cleaners. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kabrick attended the twenty-sixth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hansen at Plymouth Sunday. Mr. and airs. D. C. Branson and niece, Mrs. Bertha Arvin, returned Saturday night from Long Beach, Cal., where they spent the winter. They are living at "the Lake Shore lotel which will open soon. You can get Marshall Swift 'leaning Service by calling 444, Clear Lake Laundry F- Cleaners. Sir. and Mrs. C. H. Plattenburg and Mrs. C. F. Crane returned Friday from California where they spent the winter. Mrs. Crane visited her mother, Mrs. J. K. Hill in Glendale formerly of Clear Lake, and other relatives in Los Angeles and Mlywood during her stay. The 'lattenburgs spent the winter at Hollywood with their daughter and are now with another daughter, Mrs. Curtis Amen at Mason City, expecting to take possession of their home on South Second street soon. Bugs, curtains, drapes expertly sleaned, Clear Lake Laundry Cleaners. Ph. 444. Miss Margery Peterson, daughter if Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson, was initiated into the Rainbow iris order of Mason City Saturday night. A group of local girls at- ended. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simonson f La Crosse, Wis., lef for their home Monday afternoon after spending the week-end at the Mrs. ~eorge Bonner home, South Sec- nd street. Mrs. Simonson is a ilece of Mrs. Bonner. The Kev. and Mrs. W. B. Milne and the Rev. Dr. W. L. Dibble of tfason City attended the funeral ervices of the Rev. Southgate, Congregational pastor at Britt, londay afternoon. The concluding dance of the sea- on for the I. 0. O. F. Dancing club will be held Wednesday night at he I. O. O. F. hall. Card's orchestra 'ill furnish the music. The fire department was called o the Charles B. Rogers home, East Main street, Saturday afternoon by small roof fire. A spark from the himney burned a hole in shingles Aich was extinguished by several alls of water. Mrs. Wayne Schollian and son of 'Ubuque aro houseguests of Mrs. chollian's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ohn Lundgren, Division street. L. J. Kutschara has returned rom Algona where he spent the ast week doing repair work on his irms. NEVA HARDING INJURES EYE Loss Is Caused by Flying Glass From Broken Window of Car. CLEAR LAKE, April 16.--Miss Neva Harding, senior student at the high school, underwent an operation at the Park hospital, Mason City, Monday morning for the removal of her left eye. Her eye was badly cut clear across the eyeball by flying glass at 10:15 o'clock Sunday night in an auto accident. The car driven by Charles Davis, South Third street, crashed into a telephone pole when he swung icto the Shell service station from North Second street. Flying glass from the rear window injured her eye and gave minor cuts and bruises to Izetta Bacon, also an occupant o the car. None of the other person in the car was hurt. They were giv en treatment at Phillips hospital. Miss Harding is drum major o the high school band and a membe of the brass sextet which are schec uled to go to Iowa City the firs week in May for the state music fes tival. Dance and Style Show Attract Crowd at Sur CLEAR LAKE, April 16.--A larg crowd attended the dance at th Surf ballroom Saturday night. A an added attraction a spring styl show was presented through th courtesy of the Palais Royal, Masor City. Dance and banquet frocks for in formal wear and formal gowns wer worn by 15 models selected from Mason City and Clear Lake. "Cec Hurst and his band furnished music for the style show and for dancing. The master of ceremonies in the jand appeared in a burlesque of the famous fan dance and many other novelty hits. Several good vocalists including "Cec" added to the danceability of the music. Bowers Family Holds Reunion at Garner CLEAR LAKE, April 16.--A fam- ly gathering was held at the Mrs felUe Bowers home in Garner help- ng her celebrate her seventy-second birthday anniversary. All of Mrs. Bower's children grandchildren and great, grandchil- ren were present except* one grand- laughter living in Rockford, HI. The group included Mrs. Pearl Itrate, Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Turbett ,nd Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. Harold labe and children, Margaret, Marie nd Lyle, all of Gordonsville, Minn.; lr. and Mrs. George Nelson and Slaine, Albert Lea, Minn.; Mr. anc ·Irs. Archie Bowers and children, .tildred, Herbert, Raymond and Eleanor, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Draft, Renwick; Mr. and Mrs. Clarnce Bowers and daughter, Lucile, ^lear Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. George Bowrs and daughter, Betty Jean, Bufalo Center and Alice Harding, Garner. Dinner was served at noon and ie afternoon spent informally. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--P. -E: 0. meets with Mrs N. W. Phillips. Vedaesday--I. 0. O. F. Dancing club at I. 0. 0. F. hall. W. C. T. U. meets at Mrs. I. S. Snodgrass home, 2. Tabitha circle meets with Mrs. Axel Thomson, southeast of Clear Lake, 2:30. Eastern Star meets at Masonic temple. D. B. L. luncheon at Mrs. R. C. Ingersol home, North Fourth street. Thursday --Catholic Ladies' Aid supper at parish hall. Dance at Surf ballroom, Jimmy Joy playing. Pythian Sisters meet at I. O. O. F. hall. "riday--Rebekah social circle at I. O. O. F. hall. Christian Workers meet at Mrs. Arleigh Eddy home, North Elm street. C. D. A. card benefit at city hall. aturday--Dance at Surf ballroom, Jimmy Joy playing. D A P T2" T H E A T E R r f\I\ J\. CLEAR LAKE Mon. -- Tues. -- Wed. CHESTER MORRIS HELEN TWELVETREES in "KING FOR A NIGHT" lOc Plus Tax PHONE 888 BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE "HI-HEAT" The Blue Flame Coal If this coal does not meet your entire approval we will remove coal and refund your monev. FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY Catholic Daughters to Sponsor Card Benefit CLEAR LAKE, April 16--The Catholic Daughters of America will hold a benefit card party at the city hall Friday night. The quilt which has been desplayed in Sondrol's window will be given awa3' at this time. P. E. O. to Meet. CLEAR LAKE. April 16.--Mrs. N. W. Phillips will be hostess Tuesday evening to members of the P. E. O. "Conservation of Iowa." will be the topic led by Mrs. W. H. Rosemond. Meeting Postponed. CLEAR LAKE. April 16.--The Parent-Teachers' association will be postponed from this week to next Tuesday, April 24. An evening program at the high school has been planned by the program committee including a pot luck supper in the home economics rooms. What has become of the old fashioned person who used to worry himself sick every spring because the government spent too much money distributing garden seeds? --The Washington Post. Gene Kew New President of I. 0. 0. F. Dancing Club Gene Kew has been elected president of the I.O.O.F. Dancing club, it was announced Monday. Charles Mendon has been chosen secretary- treasurer. The new officers will assume their duties at .the close of the present season in May. The next dance of the organization will be held at the Odd Fellows hall Wednesday evening. Streetcar and Auto Collide on Federal A car driven by Earl Miglassion, 805 North Federal avenue, collided with a streetcar driven by William Vaughn, 723 Birch drive,. about 4:45 o'clock Saturday afternoon at 210 South Federal avenue. A wheel, tire and fender of the automobile were damaged. The accident was re- ITCHING IRRITATION Even id persistent cases where parts are sore and tender--comfort follows the soothing touch of ported to have occurred as Mr. Mig- lassion attempted to pass a Higley truck, which was alleged to have been double parked. The- ladies have made one gain. You don't notice the tobacco flavor of a kiss if you have been smoking yourself.--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. Constipation Drove LI***/\A/il*J nBdchcrfqdcross,heid- HCr V V I I Q achy, half-alive. Now she has a lovable disposition, new pep and vitality. Heed Nature's warning: Sluss'sh bowels invariably result in poisonous wastes ravagin£your system--often the direct cause of headaches, dizziness, colds, complexion troubles. NATURE'S REMEDY--the mild, all-vecctable laiative-- safely stimulates the frJirt elimtaative tract- strengthens, regulates the bowels for normal, natural function- ^^^^^···i^. inc. Get a 25c boi today at your druggist's. T O - NIGHT Westinghouse R E F R I G E R A T O R O W N E R S B E T T E R A H D MOll 41 There's always a reason for everything -- and here's no exception. Westinghouse owners are more loyal and better satisfied because the Westinghouse Refrigerator combines more features that every owner wants! 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