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March 16, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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16 THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Horstmann Family Is Honored With Farewell at Woden ' WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoi-stmann and family were the honored guests at a farewell party held at the Methodist church Tuesday evening by the members of the congregation. A short program was given consisting of a humorous reading, "The Dramatic Contest" by Helen Saatholf, a duet "Whispering Hope" by Mrs. Flora Jones and Mrs. Horstmann, a solo, "Sweet By and By" by Eunice Gibson, a duet by Lois and Lorraine Wood and a piano solo by Nbrmangene Smith. A pot ]uck luncheon was served at the close of the evening and a purse of money was given to Mr. and Mrs. Horstmann. Mr. and Mrs. Horstmann are moving on a farm near Hutehins. Property Changes in Rockford Reported ROCKFORD--Several property changes have taken place here recently. The Will Otto family has purchased the Al Benson house; and has moved from the farm to occupy it. Clarence Warner, Marble Rock, has purchased the Nick Wilson house and his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ceo \Varner, have moved from a farm into it. Glen Webb has purchased the O. E. Reynolds home and Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds are moving to Charles City. TRY THE NEW FROZEN FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES THEY ARE DELICIOUS Jack Sprat GRAPEFRUIT, 2 Cans . . 25c SHREDDED WHEAT, 2 JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT, Va Pint FREE With Each Pint at ..... Jack Sprat PEACHES, Per Can MAGIC WASHER, Large Pkg ........ SPECIAL Demonstration Offer Maxwell House Coffee LB. Can for the Regular Price of 1 Ib. Only 1 to a customer while they last! REGULAR or DRIP GRIND GRAPEFRUIT, Texas Seedless, Dozen 37c ORANGES, Calif. Sunkist, 2 Dozen . . 33c Fancy Beef POT ROASTS, Ib... Korn-Kist Sliced "%OM BACON, Ib. Pkg.. . . 4OV MRS. ROGERS' HOME-BAKED GOODS Mrs. Osborn's Home-Made Bread. . . . lOc When You Think of FOOD--Think of CROCERS.MEATS.FRU1TS.YICITABLES 1O-IND ST. N.E. PHONES 43 44 March 13-18 Vi : i-W^^'J^*""X"'** "* *" JUC rt *"""«» o FINE, FRESK EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE, 3 Ib. bag 39c SUNNYFIELD FLOUR ^ 99c ^-§1.85 EVAPORATED MILK 2?«: 4 £» 22c .4 ,? 25c IONA CORN ."s,,^ Armour's Corned «j p BEEF, 2--12 oz. cans «J D C Armour's Roast Qft BEEF, 2--12 oz. cans OiJC Armour's Beef and NOODLES, ftfl 2--16 oz. cans "C Armour's Corned Beef HASH, «jp 2--16 oz. cans D C Armour's Potted MEATS, 2--3'4 pz. cans .... 5 oz. Can 5c 7c Vegetable Shortening SPRY, Triple Creamed, 3 Ib. can . Heinz KETCHUP, 2--14-oz. Bottles Ann Tsgc Tomafo KETCHUP, . 2--14 oz. Bottles Ann Page Salad DRESSING, qt. jar ... Angelus-Cello. Pack MARSHMALLOWS, 2 Ib. Bag Campfire MARSHMALLOWS, 1 Ib. Package Ming Foy Bean SPROUTS; 2 No. 2 cans .. Ming Foy Chop Sucy VEGETABLES, No. 2 can 15c 19c Ming Foy Chop Suey -1 r SAUCE, 2--3 oz. bols IDC Ming Foy Chow Blein NOODLES, ' 2 No. 2 cans .'. Ming Foy Bead Q JtOLASSES, 3 oz. can "C 49c 35c 23c 29c 25c 15c 17c 29c Gelatin Desserts, Puddings SPARKLE, ·, n 3--3'A oz. pkss 1UC lona COCOA, 2 Ib. can Choc, or Vanilla. Cream -1 n Sandwich COOKIES, Ib. 1UC Yukon Club Assorted BEVERAGES, n £ 4--34 oz. Bottles LDC Plus Bot. Deposit \\Tiite Eagle SOAP OT CHIPS, 5 Ib. Box L I C Disposable Tissues KLEENEX, 2 Boxes Cleanser SUNBRITE, -I Q 4--11 oz. cans Lipton's TEA, Green, V- Ib Black, V". Ib. 43Q NECTABSTE^nK; OUR OWN? 1 Bors! Glrli! Given Aw»r--,M» r ic Tplcki--irith Erery Loaf of A-P T -:: t BREAD r..^?^, Tie PiTtrjirltd Dit( RED HEART DO'G FOOD 3 .25c Ifi Oi. Cans .21c 25c OLIVILO TOILET SOAP 4 c.*« ig c 34i Size ORANGES, each . . . , 95 Size GRAPEFRUIT, dozen Russet POTATOES, peck Ic USE Daily FEEDS 33c Daily EGG MASH, 100 Ib. Bap Daily Growth CHICK STARTER, 100 Ih. Bar SIRLOIX OR SHORT CUT SLICED, OCE-VX BEEF STEAK, Ib. 19c CATFISH, Ib. 15c MEATY CUTS, PIC.V1C STYLE TENDER SROUI HFR cr.-r* PORK ROAST, Ib. I2c BEE? J 'ROAST"b 13c FROZEN FILLETS POLLOCK, Ib. ,, 9c Get Your Copy of the March 'Woman's Day"--2c Copy A*P FOOD STORES Mrs. Dean Kingsbury Elected President of P. E. 0. at Osaag OSAGE--Chapter AW, P. E. O. met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. L. T. Ruehl. Mrs. Dean Kingsbury was elected president. Other officers are as follows: Mrs. W. D. Addispn, vice president; Mrs. H. C. Hill, recording secretary; .Miss Marjory Clay, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Louis Savre, treasurer; Miss -Florence Stacy, chaplain; Miss Helen Stearns, guard. Mrs. G. E. Genung read a paper on "The History of Chapter AW." Stacyville Firemen Meet, Pick Officers. STACYVILLE--Stacyville Firemen elected as officers at their meeting Tuesday night Anton J. Bawek, fire chief; Edward P. Hatten, assistant fire chief; president, Arthur J. Wolf; vice president, Leo Simon and secretary and treasurer, Ernie Adams. CONDUCTOR RETIRES BOONE--"I want to give some other fellow a chance," said E. G. Condon, railway passenger conductor, as he retired after 45 years of service with the North Western lines. Smith Is Re-Elected President of Firm WODEN -- The Lake George Telephone association held its annual meeting at Woden Monday night. R. J. Smith was re-elected president of the association; Fritz T. Gerdes, secretary, and Herman Helm, treasurer. Hans Is Re-Elected by Ledyard Voters LEDYARD--Walter Hans was reelected as a director o£ the school district of Ledyard township which was held Monday at the Ledyard Co-operative creamery as the town hall is not as yet completed. Happy Hour Club, Plymouth, Gathers PLYMOUTH--The Happy Hour club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Ed Phillips, In the north part of town, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Rose was high prize winner at 500. SOCIETY MEETS SHEFFIELD--The German Baptist Mission society met at the home of Mrs. George Koester Wednesday afternoon. Dr. Claude Stull, Meyers Are Chosen CORW1TH--Dr. Claude Stull and C. B. Meyers were elected to three year terms on the Corwith consolidated school board at the election held Monday. E. M. Frey, whose nomination papers had been filed, withdrew from the race. Eighty-two votes were cast. Tande and Dirksen Elected at Kanawha KANAWHA--At the Kanawha school board election Monday S. S. Tande and H. Dirksen, whose terms expired, were re-elected. Other directors on the board are Alvin Hanson, A. Williamson, Clarence Jordanger and Ben Sheldahl. Dr. Frank Court'at Plymouth on Sunday PLYMOUTH--Dr. Frank Court, the district superintendent of the Waterloo district o£ M. E. church, will preach at Plymouth Sunday morning. PLAN FOR VACATION ALGONA -- Spring vacation dates in the public and academy schools here will be March 31 to April 10. CUMAtENE IS MY STAND-BY AT HOUSE CLEANING TIME...IT JUST MAKES DIRT DISAPPEAR Do you want to make your house cleaning easier? Put one tablespoon of Climalene, the thrifty cleaner, in a pail of water. See how quickly it cleans painted walls, woodwork, floors, or tiling, it's the economical way to easier, faster cleaning. 10 and 2Sc at your grocers K*k; ^3 h4$**l:s, '- ... ·%! ~^ WASH AND CLEAN with JLUMALENE K, To n Woninn, E ery £ 9 "EXPOSITION" Day Jfmef lts la have htr hulr bmshtd because she's beginning to realize that she'spoil of the family's "Exposition" too! Does the coffee you serve represent you? Perhaps you haven't thought about coffee in this way. But today people look upon a cup of cofTec as the "Exposition" of the meal. And how your coffee tastes can cause more conversation than you may realize. Millions of women serve Hills Bros. Coffee because they know it will bring these words of praise-"Now that's what I call good coffee!" For sixty-one years this compliment for Hills Bros. Coffee has been heard again and again. H I L L S B R O S C O F F E E 'SJX Mi frw. Cofm. It. ruuttr co»otAiir trmrto I -- · · n vrstr j u ttox rrtosinoft THtAnt j Elmore Auxiliary of Legion to Hold St. Patrick Party. ELMORE, Minn.'-- The American Legion auxiliary o£ Elmore is giving the community an opportunity to celebrate St. Patrick's day at a party in the new Legion Prizes for. the party have been donated by local business people Proceeds are to go toward a building fund for a proposed new Community-Legion hall OAK IT ni UUVSIVE INTMfU. MOCW-ir YOU* GUXHJ ·ECQNQMV FOOD STORES*/ IOWA'S LARGEST GROUP OF HOME OWNED - FOOD STORES - NAVY BEANS 6 Pounds . . . ROLLED OATS 6 Pounds 20C MARSHMALLOWS 1 Pound Pkg 12c D. B. MILK 4 Tall Cans 21c GRANULATED SUGAR, IQ-Pound Package . . . . 46c TOMATO CATSUP 14 "· Bottle DILL PICKLES I ST..: lie PURE COCOA 15c * Pound Con Reputation BUCKWHEAT PANCAKE FLOUR,4-lb. P k g . . . . 19c Dromedary Tapioca 3 Boxes 25C SEEDLESS RAISINS 25C PINK SALMON lOc 1 Pound Tall Can AIRY FAIRY CAKE FLOUR, Large Box 21c Per Pound 13c LIVER SAUSAGE, 2 Pounds 25c BACON SQUARES, *·%!/ Per Pound l £ / 2 v MEAT LOAVES, Per Pound 15c SLICED BACON, 1-Pound Pkg.. . . . 19c BROWN SUGAR, 3 Pounds 17c D. B. JELL POWDER, 3 Boxes . , lOc D. B. CORN FLAKES, 3 Large Boxes . . . . . . Lipton's GREEN TEA, Vl Pou^d Pkg. . . . . . . *«r« ZjC Per Pound 15c FRESH HERRING, Headless and Dressed, 2 Large Cans. . . 29c MUSTARD SARDINES, 3 Large Cans 25c MATCHES 6 Boxes IOC 1,000-Sheet Rolls BLUE CROSS TISSUE 25c FRENCH DRESSING, 6',2-01. Jar 9c CORNED BEEF HASH, 2--Mb. Cans 25c Pure Country SORGHUM 1 fh Pound 1U Pail . . 59c "Mile-Up" APRICOTS 2 No. 2Vz Cons 29c "Scott-Co" PORK and BEANS 16-01. Cans . 25c MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI, 3 Pounds 15 C CORN KIXorWHEATIES, Per Box i i c No. 10 OREGON PRUNES 28c No. TO GRAPEFRUIT J U I C E . . . 39c No. 10 ROYAL ANNE CHERRIES 49c, PEACHES. . . . 35c D. B. Gloss STARCH 5 Pound ·»**» Box Z1C PARLOR BROOMS Deluxe, Each 49c Cider VINEGAR Large Botfle lOc Mixed Vegetables, Spinach, Pumpkin or Yellow Sweet Cream Corn, 4 No. 2 Cans 29c HEINZ KETCHUP H-oi. t*»«t Bottle 1/C JAPANESE HULLESS POPCORN, 5 Pounds 25c HUBINGER BLUE LABEL, 10-Pound Pail SYRUP RED LABEL, 10-Pound Pail 44c 47c P. and G. SOAP Giant Bars . . . . 32c LAVA SOAP * Large Bars 19c FACIAL TISSUES 500 Count « ft _ Box 1"C IVORY SOAP 4 Medium Bars 3 Giant Bars . . 23c 25c (No. 2 Sieve) 3 No. 2 Cans 'NORTH MICHIGAN" PEAS 29c GLADBROOK French Style Mustard, 32-oz. J a r . . . We D. B. AMMONIA Quart i Bottle 15c Morton's Smoke Salt 19c Can BAB-O Cons Marsh Seedless TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT Large Size, 8, 10 or 12 for Ben Davis or Winesap APPLES Pounds 25c LETTUCE, 2 Large Heads ] 5c SNOW WHITE CAULIFLOWER, 2 Large Heads 35 C CALIFORNIA ORANGES 252 Size, 2 Dozen 200 Size, Dozen 20c POTATOES No. ! Cobblers. Peck 23c; 100-lb. Bag $1.49 Idaho Russets p ec k 25c; 100-lb. Bag $1.59 North Dakota Chios Peck 29c; 100-lb. Bag $1.73

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