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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 16 1936 SEVENTEEN Parole of Youth, 19, Arrested at Hampton for Larceny, Revoked MMPTON--Wilbur Massingham, ·19. was arrested Sunday by F. C. Schwciger, sheriff, and charged with the larceny of four coats and three hats from '.he I. O. O. F. hall here Saturday night. The theft was made during a dance at the hall. Massingham, paroled from the industrial school at Eldora two years ago, was arrested at the Leonard Lester home 4 miles east of Hamp- ton, where he was employed. His parole was revoked and he was returned to the industrial school. Sheffield Band Mothers Name Mrs. Hinken Head SHEFFIELD--The Band Mothers' club held a meeting at the Legion room Tuesday evening. Officers elected were: Mrs. A. H. Hinken, president; Mrs. C. F. Bokmeyer, vice president; Mrs. D. J. Atkinson, secretary; Mrs. C. L. Edgington, treasurer. I li v asr \\ s «""Je £ * a «d . c/tf o ' 9 1 * iinoirs ^ ·*%?*·* *Kot ETY L.A. to B. of R.T. to -Entertain Third Grand Vice President L. A. to B. of R. T. met at the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Roy Lang in charge. During the business session it was decided to cancel the potluck supper scheduled for April 21. The third grand vice president, Mrs. Mary Connell, will be here on Wednesday when the lodge will have a banquet for her at Park Inn at C:30 o'clock. Later they will go to the Milwaukee clubrooms for a special meeting. Reservations for the banquet are being taken by Mrs. John Liebold, phone 2198. The attendance prize was won by Mrs. Harry Ervin. The next meeting will be held May 6 at 2:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. BITS ABOUT 'EM Mr. and Mra. Wallace Alien and children, Linda and Jay Tommy, 933 Harrison avenue northwest, plan to leave soon for Fort Dodge to make their home. Mrs. Allen was honored at a party given Tuesday by Matinee Musicale at the home of Mrs. Don Wells. On Saturday their Sunday school class of the Church of Christ will entertain for them. 4 !B St R. D. L. Gordon who has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hawthorne, 418 Ninth street northeast, left Wednesday for Vancouver, B. C., to sail Saturday for China. Mr. Gordon had been spending several months in England on a vacation. Mra. Gordon and their two daughters are remaining in England for the summer and expect to return to China by way of Mason City next fall where' they will be located in Tsing-lao. Mrs. Gordon is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hawthorne. * w * Mrs. David Goldhirsch of Minneapolis has returned to her home after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kaufman, 312 Second street northwest. £ * -j.- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith, formerly of Mason City, who have been located in Sioux Falls, S. Dak., are spending some time at Forest City. * * # Mrs. M. M. Wins-low of Waterloo is spending a few days in Mason City. * * * Miss Dulcie Chinn who has returned from St. Luke's hospital training school for nurses where she IN THE BEST OF HEALTH We don't say that "Vitamin D" Bread alone will give them rosy cheeks, perfect teeth, bulging muscles, and a long life. We · do say, however, that "Vitamin D" Bread helps! Helps amazingly . . . a whole lot more than people think. And we suspect strongly that in "Betsy Ross" we have a bread that is vastly better than most. It's fresh . . . twice daily. It's slow- baked, in our own ovens. Only the finest farm and dairy products go into its manufacture! "VITAMIN IS BETTER BREAD was graduated la spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Chinn of Osage, and with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chinn, 108 Virginia avenue southeast. She will return to Chicago in about eight weeks to take a position as stewardess on the National Air Line. Portland and Mason Women Hold Meeting Portland and Mason home project women met at the home of Mrs. Harry Davidson with Miss Marjory Cho'llett, home demonstration agent, presenting the lesson on Sea Foods. The women worked in groups to prepare a dinner menu. Miss Chollett stressed the fact that sea foods should be included in meals once to three times a week, because sea food of all kinds are dependable sources of iodine. They also contain protein of high grade as well as other valuable minerals. Achievement day was announced to be held June 9 and the international convention of the Associated Women of the World will be held from May 31 to June 6 at Washington, D. C. .;, O. N. O. CUUB MEMBERS MEET O. N. 0. club was entertained by Mrs. Herman Bohnsack,- east of town Wednesday evening. The time was spent in playing 500 with high score prizes going to Jess Davis, and Mrs. Jake Nagel and low to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson. Guest prizes went to Paul Casterson and Mrs. Glen Bishop and low to Mrs. Casterson and Mr. Bishop. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Walter Barr. · WEDDING TAKE PLACE AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH NASHUA--Weddinga held at the Little Brown church with the Rev. William Kent officiating, include that of Mattie Jensen and Raymond Skelley, both of Minneapolis. Miss Ethel Lamson and Cletus Diesburg, both of Ionia, were married Tobacco, Velvet, per can lOc Coffee, Folger's, per pound can Me Tea Sittings, pound pkg. lOc Milk, Jack Sprat, tall can 6'/ic We pay 16c a dozen in trade for good eggs. Pay Cash and Save 10% to 30% Morris Food Store 221 Sixth Street S. W. they're fresh daily Kenyan's Dutch Lunch Potato Chips at your dealers ;s Wholesale and Retail CHEESE Mason City, 24 1st S. E. Clear Lake, at the factory SERVE CHEESE EVERY MEAL No. 69 Wins Bridge Set Ivy Dougherty Please Call LACTIC BUTTERMILK Try If As An Afternoon at St. Michael's church here Tuesday by Rev. Louis Flynn. They were attended by Miss Gcntrude Oslcr- man and Edwin Diesburg', bilohcr ol the bridegroom. Two to Be KIci'ted, CARPPJNTER--All but two members of the school faculty have been re-elected. Those named were Superintendent Smith, p r i n c i p a l , Dwight Farnaue; music and dramatic, Miss Grace Miller; grades 3 and 4, Marjorie Bywater; 1 and 2, nnabelle Lyke. The proposal to spend $976,000,000 on slum clearance in the next four years is another reminder that not much headway is being made toward debt clearance.--Indianapolis News. MAPLE SUGAR CAMPS CLOSING Extended Season Concluded; Fayette Farmers Turn to Seeding. WEST UNION--With farm fields becoming firm enough to seed and plow, the northern Fayette county farmers are closing their maple sugar camps and taking to the more important work of spring planting. Sugar camps have had an extended season this year due to the cold weather throughout March and well into April. From a small acreage of trees Max Saltggiver made 4u gallons ot syrup, and expects lo make sugui' to send to relatives in California. Clarence Hong, with 600 trees tapped, is the largest producer. Nearly every farmer with a maple wood tract taps his trees and makes IF TOU want to save money, s e r v e K c l l o g g ' s R i c o Krispics. They're nourishing. And each package gives many servings. So crisp they actually crackle in milk or cream. Always delicious. At grocers everywhere in the Mother Goose story package. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. Quality guaranteed. SO CRISP they actually crackle in milk or cream GROCERS MEATS FRUITS-VEGETABLES IP -IND ST. JM- PHONES « 44 * RE HEM BE* W£ DELIVER OAKITE, 2 boxes BIG 4 SOAP, 12 bars SANI-FLUSH, can 19c BRITE-IZE CLEANSER, 3 cans COFFEE Atwood's, Richelieu, Folger's, Hill's ORANGES, dozen . . . . GRAPEFRUIT, each 5c Complete Line of FRESH VEGETABLES at Their Best HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS Decker's SLICED BACON, Ib.. Fancy POT ROAST, pound Try Mrs. Osborn's HOME-MADE BREAD and Mrs. Rogers' HOME-MADE PIES, CAKES, ROLLS and DOUGHNUTS POTATOES U. S Grade No. 1 FAR NORTH OHIOS, grown in the "Far North Region" of the Red River Valley "where quality counts" 100 LB, SACK 15 LB. SACK Extra Large Bunch Fresh, Select ASPARAGUS Best Grade fioman Beauty or Winesap APPLES Per Bushel $1-49 BANANAS, 5 pounds 25c FRESH SPINACH, 3 pounds lOc FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER, Ib. 32c Fresh Strawberries, Tomatoes, Green Beans, Peas, Pie-Plant, Carrotts, Head Lettuce, Cucumbers, Calavo Pears, Grapes, New Potatoes, Green Peppers. I Fruit Vegetable Mar/ et Opposite Hold Hanforcl at 223 North Federal his pancake syrup for a year's time, and has enough more to sell. Maple syrup retails here at .$2.00 and ?2.00 a gallon. Nearly all that is produced is sold locally or irt nearby towns. CARPENTER -- The American Legion and auxiliary will hold joint card party at the clubrooms Thursday evening. I tttAR «£ N£V* USD TO AT WS SALAD. A«! BUT NOW S«£'S ENOUGH TO SERVE RITZ. WITH IT Alone pr with talods . . . soups... chees* ... spreads, Ritz are so delicious you just can't stop eating them. America's most papular cracker-one taste tells why. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY liaAct-s d Unctd* Biscuit anJAatufiu£ o£ oiet ^acmttc vauea SERV-ALL Fruit and Vegetable Stand Corner 18th St. and South Federal Avenue Thousands of BALLOONS, BIRDS, WHISTLES, RUBBER BALLS, etc., for the Kiddies, providing they are accompanied by parents--or parents may take them home to the children. No purchase required in order to receive the free novelties. FREE SPECIALS NEW YORK GANO APPLES, basket ..., 99c NORTHERN POTATOES, bag L . 73c ONIONS, bag 19c Save a drive to Hampton -- we carry a complete line of Ferris Nursery stock, guaranteed by them. We carry a full line of GARDEN SEEDS, the product of Farmers Seed Co., Faribault, Minn. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED! THRAVES 401 North Federal Ave. -- Free Delivery -- Phone 668 SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY VEAL ROAST, « a Milk Fed, Ib I5C BACON, pound pkg,. PIG'S FEET, Hormel's, quarts LAMB LEG, Ib ...... . 24c LAMB SHOULDER, Ib. 19c LAMB STEW, Ib... 12'/zc VEAL CHOPS, Milk Fed, Ib Beef Chuck ROAST, Quality, Ib Decker's FRANKFURTERS 15 "· can PORK LOIN ROAST End Cuts, pound LARD, Pure LARGE BOX NOLA SOAP FLAKES, BAR PROTEX SOAP, Reg. 30c «%J- value, both for. . SlJV DICED BEETS, Jock Sprat, can. . . WHITE SODA, GINGER ALE, ROOT BEER, STRAW BERRY, GRAPEFRUIT Large Bottle, (Plus Bottle) Green or Wax Beans North Beach, can. . . SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER 1 Pound Sea Food Crackers ALL 3 1 Pound Malted Grahams 1 Pound Saltine Crackers SUGAR, 10 pounds. ORANGES, 252 Size, 2 dozen. . . ONION SETS 5 Special Pounds LIMA BEANS, Jack Sprat 5 Tall Cans Fresh cucumbers, new potatoes, tomatoes, radishes, g r e e n onions, strawberries, asparagus 2 HEAD LETTUCE Solid Heads ... FOLGER'S COFFEE Pound . . . 2 Pounds

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