Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 16, 1939 · Page 17
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1939
Page 17
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FREE Handy Cast Iron Skillet While Supply Lasts With Purchase 49-lb Sack GOLD MEDAL FLOUR Kitchen-tested. £ « fg\ 49-lb. Sack . . . $1*57 QUALITY MEATS Tasty Loin f £fi HADDOCK, Ib... IOC Short Ribs of BEEF, 2 Ibs. for. . Silver Seal Boneless CODFISH, %«- Pound ........ 21C 2 for 39c Tender, Juicy ROUND STEAK, Ib.. . End Cut PORK CHOPS, Ib « ^ _ IOC Genuine Wisconsin LONGHORN 4M. CHEESE, Ib ..... I/C WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO I,niIT QUANTITIES SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE FREE P A R K I N G IN REAR OF STORE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE BUFFALO MAN DIES OF HURTS Funeral Services to Be Held at Kiester, Minn., on Friday KIESTKR, Minn.--Aiinabellc and ixlna Johnston received a message Tuesday evening telling them of the accidental death of theii- brother, Lowery Johnston at Buffalo, Minn. It was learned he had been injured in a train car crash about ! 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon when ', returning from a business trip to ! Buffalo. No one saw the accident. ' Mr. Johnston was alive when found and was taken to a nearby farm home where he died or the injuries. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Presbyterian church at Buffalo. Surviving, besides the widow and children, .are four sisters Mrs Ed Bufkin of St. Paul, Mrs. Palmer ot Blue Earth. Amiabelle and Edna Johnston of Kiester. A sister, Emily died about six weeks ago.' Mrs. Anderson Is Elected by Dumont Missionary Group DUMONT--The Womans Missionary association o£ the United Brethern church met Tuesday afternoon at the Rny Jones home for its annual meeting. Mrs. Lucy Austin had charge of the program and Mrs. F. M. Sorenson reviewed the chapter from the study book, "Moving Millions." Election of officers was an Col tows: President. Mrs. Harold An Brown; secretary, Mrs. Lucy Austin; assistant, Miss Carrie Cook; treasurer, Mrs. Kay Jones; thank- offering secretary, Mrs. Lester Griner; stewardship secretary, Mrs. Claire Woodley; librarian, Mrs. E. M. Miller; secretary of literature, Mrs. Alice Free-land. -,-^ ,, ^. i t 1-jiu.t.iii., ini ·»,, iJtii UiCl »*L11«- I del-son: vice president, Mrs. E. E. I i PLAN RECITAL FRIDAY NIGHT Instrumental Pupils of Garner School to Give Musical Event GARNER--Instrumental pupils ot Garner high school will present the second of a series of t\vu pre- contest recitals at the Garner hiyli school auditorium at 8 p. m. Friday under direction of Don O Anderson. As in the case of the vocal recital given last Friday under direction of Miss Evelyn Wadsworth, no admission will be charged, but a collection will he taken to help defray expenses of entering the sub-district contest the last of this month at Clear Lake. , Friday night's program announced by Mr. Anderson will include "Dress Parade," '·Soldiers' March," "Bohemian Girl Selections," "Militaire," the national class C required contest selection, '·Circus Parade," "Dull Razor Blues," "Jolly Hobbers," the required class B selection in national contest work, and "S. 1. B. A March.'' Special numbers will be given by a clarinet quartet composed ot Billy Mallinger, Billy Hiihn. Bet- tylea Prouty and Marguerite Borchers; cornet solo by John Suur- balle; trombone solo by Shirley Rice; baritone solo by Bathel Pollock; rind a small group of wind instruments. There's one ''best way" to add water to keep pastry tender. 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