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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 20 1936 THREE CUT RATE GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY "Our Prices Are Never High" Same Prices at Both Stores 30 EAST STATE PHONES 112-113 512 FIRST ST. S. W. PHONE 114 Prices Below Good for TUBS.. WED., THURS. Cane Sugar, 10 Ibs. 49c Get Vour Cigarets at West Side Cut Hate fure Cider Vinegar, gaL .. 2'Jc Kaisins, pkg lÂ«c Dried Peas, 2 Ibs 25c Salad Dressing, lull pints lUc Brooms, good ... 39c, 4Â»c, 59c Mac. or Spaghetti, S Ibs. .. !J5c Ideal Dog Food, S for 25c Table Salt, JO Ib. sack 15c English Walnuts, 3 His. ... Sue- Pearl Barley, 2 Ib. pl:g. ... 25c CHEESE, Ib. 17c Onion Sets, 25c Sardines, 1 Ib. tall can . . . iUc Radishes, 3 large bunches lOc Head Lettuce, head 5c and lOc loo Salmon, 3 tall cans . . 25c Try our new bulk coffee, Ib. 19c Why pay for a can'.' Tuna Fish, can J5c Shrimp, per cuii 13c Red Salmon, per can lOc Red Salmon, 1 Ib 23c lOc Light Bulbs, S for 25c Vanilla, 8 Â«/.. bottle 10e 25c Ammonia xxs, 19c Mr. Fanner: Bring us your Eggs. They buy more here. LEMONS, 28c NONE BUTTER FLOUR, 49 Ibs. $1.8 Cuurnntml IUc ItcM. Wliy I'ny More': Jer. Cream Flour, 49 Ibs. Sl.39 Oma Flour, 49 Ibs $1.69 Sunbeam Flour, 49 Ibs. . $1.89 I Seal of Minnesota, 49 Ibs. Â§1.95 White Flour, 5 Ib. sack ... 28c Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs. 28c Graham, 5 Ib. sack 28c Whole: Wheat, .10 Ib. sack .; 4Sc I Corn""Meal,- 5 Ib. sack ... 15c I Crushed Wheat, 5 Ib. sack 29c I Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 LAKERS ATTEND I, UC. RELAYS m Eldon Leins Wins First Shot Put, Second in Discus. CLEAR LAKE--Eldon Leins won first place in the shot put at the I. S. T. C. relays at Cedar Falls Saturday, with a distance of 45 feet. This was three feet nine inches farther than his nearest opponent. He also took second in the discus throw with a distance of 118 feet three and one-half inches. While practicing before the meet he heaved the discus 124 feet. Jim Lane qualified in the broad jump, and missed placing by two- eighths of an inch, with a distance of 18 feet 10 and three-eighths inches. Lane ran the 100 yard dash in 10 and six-tenths seconds in the fast heat of the preliminaries, but failed to qualify. Ostrander and Pierce entered the javelin throw and Jensen the pole vault and high jump. The local relay team included Comstock, Fistler, Callanan and Lyons. Schools competing in this meet were: Valley Junction, Wellsburg, Wavei-ly, Osage, McKinley of Cedar Rapids. Ic-wa training school of El- dc-ra, Marshalltown, Ames, Teachers high of Cedar Falls, Mai-ion, Gnn- nell, Clear Lake, Charles City, Cresco University high of Iowa City, Cedar Falls, Ackley, Vinton. Franklin of Cedar Rapids, Hampton, East Waterloo and West Waterloo. Ruth Whitney Becomes Bride of F. S. Lysne eremony Read Sunday at Cresco; Couple to Reside at Lake. Crackers, 2 Ibs. 15cl9c I Asparagus, 3 bunches . . . . Milk, 4 large cans Murshmalloivs, Ib Toilet Paper, 4, 5, (i, 7 rolls Grape Fruit, 3, G 7 tor Catsup, large bottle f apioca, minute, 2 Ibs. . . . tapioca, Pearl, 2 Ibs Pop Corn that pops, Ib. .. Fancy Fig Bars, 2 Ibs. ... Fancy Ginger Snaps, Ib. Fresh Shipment of Chick. Feed, 25 Ibs and 100 Ibs. I Start. Mash. 25 Ibs. and 100 Ibs. j Block and Stock Salt Get Our Prices First Prunes, 2, o and 4 Ibs. Olives, quarts ' Sweet Vickies, quarts . . . . I Dill Pickles, quarts Peanut Butter, jar lOc, lac, ', After Dinner Mints, Ig. pkg. Dried Apricots, per Ib. . . '. Crystal White Soup, 5 Bars Egg Noodles, bag : iSgg Noodles, pkg Lima Beans, 3 Ibs. ...,..' ! Pineapple. 3 cans ; 5BS8 EAT MOKE Peas, 4 cans lOc Corn, Peas, 3 cans ; Sweet Potatoes, quart cans 1 lOc Pumpkin, 3 cans ; Head Lettuce 5c and : Celery, large tOc and : Green or Wax Beans, 2 for ; Onions, 7 Ibs ', Asparagus, ISc; 2 cans ... ! Jack Spnit Corn, 2 for .... ! Libby's Tom. Juice, 3 cans ! Baked Beans, 5 cans ', Baked Beans, 3 giant cans I 15c Tomatoes, 2 for ; Tomatoes, qt, cuns, per can ; Carrots or Spaghetti, 5 cans ! Cut Beets, quart cans- .... : Tomato Soup, 5 cans ; I5c Spinach, 2 cans . . . . . . ' Green or Wux Beans, can.. : Libby's Fancy Beets, can .. Lima Beans, large cans .. : Spaghetti, large cans : Saner Kraut, X large cans . : Hominy, (jiiarl cans Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, can 15c Corn, Peas, 2 cans . - , : Jumbo mis, delicious PER LB. CAN.. 2 |2 LB. C A N . . 5 Drip or Regular CTgHBasaMaaaaaeai^aB . SO E. State St. Phone 112-118 512 First St. S. W. Phone 114 Cut Rate Grocery! HAMMONDS HOLD SILVER WEDDING Dinner for 175 Is Served in I. 0. 0. F. Hall Sunday. CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs Roy Hammond, East Division street celebrated their silver wedding anniversary at a dinner at the I. O 0. F. hall Sunday at which about 175 relatives and friends attended Mr. Hammand and Edna Pan: were married April 19. 1911, at the bride's farm home in Grant town ship. The honored couple, aunts and uncles of the couple and Mrs. F. C Paul arid Miss Mabel Paul, mothei and sister of Mrs. Hammond, sat a a special table which was attrac lively decorated. A large wedding cake surrounded by four candle tied with silver was the centerpiece At either end were cakes in th shape of lambs. Miss Ivadel Ham moncl and Leland Hammond, son and daughter of the couple, were also seated at this table. A program was presented during the afternoon and a purse of silve and gifts presented to the couple. Out-of-town relatives attendin were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Locke Louisville, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. H R. Peitzke. Luverne; Mr. and Mrs Charles Stark. Mr. and Mrs. Frei" Stark, all of Riceville. Mason City Couple Is Married at Parsonage CLEAR LAKE--The marriage o Theodore R. Fattschull, Mason City to Mattie U. Blooming-dale was sol emnized Saturday afternoon at o'clock at the Methodist parsona^ at Clear Lake. Dr. B. W. Riner of ficated at the ceremony which wa read in the presence of Mrs. Le Carle, daughter of the bridegroom and Mr. and Mrs. Willard E. Bar of Mason City. Gives months of extra mileage, too M OST motorists would no more gamble on tires they knew to be unsafe, than a card gambler woulc "open blind." m a big poker game. And here's why. Today's high speeds generate terrific heat inside the tire. This heat causes rubber and fabric to separate. A blister forms and grows bigger and BIGGER until--sooner or later-BANG! A blow-out! If you could only realize the damage that one blow-ou' might cause, you'd start right in tomorrow to ride around on Goodrich Silvertowna. Why? Because Silvertowns are the only tires built with the Life-Saver Golden Ply, a special layer of fuli- floating cords scientifically treated to resist internal tire heat. Thus the Golden Ply keeps blisters from form ing--protects you from these danger cus, high-speed blow-outs. No extra cost Equip your car with the safest, toughest, longest-lasting tire that money can buy. See us about a set of thi Goodrich Golden Ply Silvertowns. Remember, they cost not a penny more than otter standard tires! DONNELLY SERVICE STATION rennsylvania and First Sts. S. E. CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Eugene Vhitney, North Second street, an- ounccs Uie marriage of her daugh- er, Ruth, to Frederick S. Lysne, on of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lysne, 18 East State street, Mason City, he ceremony was read at Cresco t the Lutheran parsonage, Sunday. i.prii 19, by the Rev. Mr. Norman. Attending the couple were Mr. nd Mrs. Harlantl R. Hamm, sister nd brother-in-law of the bride. The ride wore a gray ensemble with a orsag'e of pink roses and white wcetpeas. Her attendant wore a lack and gray ensemble with a orsage of red roses. A wedding dinner was served at Jie H. R. Hamm home at Cleat- take following the wedding, .it 'hich Uie bride's mother and other elatives attended. The bride has lived in Clear Italic ill of her life and attended the Hear Lake high school. Mr. Lysne ttended the Mason City high chool and is now employed by the Northwestern Distributing company Mason City. They will reside in a cottage at he lake this summer and in the fall vill move into their new home Â·hich is being built on East State treet, at Mason City. S. F. S. LYSNE. Clear Lake Briefs Perennials lOc ea. Phone 518W. Group ^ of the Congregational ihurch will meet at the Mrs. L. S. Sullivan home Wednesday at'ter- loon. For your convenience barber ihops of'Clear Lake, beginning this veek, will be open until 9 p. m. d. and Fri., Sat. 10 p. m. Other nights 6 p. m. Reuben Larson, missionary to Ecuador, South America, will be .he speaker at the Women's Foreign Missionary society Wednesday afternoon at the M. E. church. Ladies! New menu daily in Diamond Silver Cup Bread! Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ludwig, South Third street, spent the week-end in Waterloo with Mr. Ludwig's sister, Mrs. Lynn Bisbee, and his brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt, Mason City, parents of Mrs. Ludwig. spent Sunday in Clear Lake with the Ludwig children. Regular $19.95 and $32.50 knitted dresses reduced to S14.95 this week. Nichols Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whitney and daughter, Marcia. of Omaha left after spending several days with Mr. Whitney's mother, Mrs. Eugene Whitney, North Second street. New printed chiffon dresses, 59.95. Nichols Shop. J. C. Mawhimtey, South Second street, made a business trip to St. Paul over the week-end, returning Sunday night. I Kollins silk hose 79c pr.--IHth pr. , free. Nichols Shop. | ,,.,,,,,..,(.,,,, Mrs. A. S. Dice and Mrs. H. N. celebrated Halvorson went to Waterloo Friday, accompanying F. C. DeBruyn of the Arlene Bailey and Triplett Wed at Lake ;ouple to Reside at Iowa Falls After Wedding Trip to St. Louis. CLEAR LAKE--The marriage of Miss Arlene Mae Bailey, East State street, to Robert winton Triplett of Iowa Falls was solemnized at the Methodist parsonage at Clear Lake at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Dr. B. W, Rincr, pastor of the church, read the single ring ceremony in the presence of the bride's parents. .Mr. and Mrs. James H Bailey and daughter, Jean, and the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs F. W. Triplett. Iowa Falls. The bride wore a grey suit with grey accessories, a blue blouse and a corsage of pink roses and smilax. A wedding dinner was served Mason City and the couple left im mediately for a short wedding tri to St. Louis. They will reside in a duplex at Iowa Falls where Mr Triplett is associated with his fathe in the hardware business. Both Mr. and Mrs. Triplett wer graduated from the Clear Lake hig school. GOLDEN WEDDING IS CELEBRATED Friends, Relatives Gathe to Honor Frank Fosters. Tuberculosis Reaches Youth 243 PROTECT THEM WITH MODERN WEAPONS CARROLL NAMED HEAD OF DEMOS /lembership Drive Will Be Staged by Clear Lake Organization. CLEAR LAKE--W. C. Carroll as re-elected chairman of the oung Democratic club of Clear ake Sunday afternoon at the 1930 rganization meeting at the city ail. Other officers elected were Helen Hendricks, vice chairman; Max Jrager, secretary, and Welcome Hollister, treasurer. The executive committee includes Irs. H. W. Alexander, Thornton; Floyd Jacobson, Oreta Minctte. Mrs. 3ea Kelroy and Herman Hansen. The membership committee ap- ointed includes Helen Hendricks, largaret Sheridan, Alice Phillips, lax Clausen, Carol Bell, Mrs. Ber- iice Kelroy, Claron Leith, Floyd acobson, Harold Cookman, Betty Braheny, all of Clear Lake, Mrs. lildred Alexander. Thornton, and Miss Charlotte Skcne, Ventura. The entertainment committee vhich will sponsor club activities ncludes: Oreta Minette and Dr. R. V Winkle, co-chairmen, Flo; acobson. Carol Bell, Harriet Sheridan and Bob Bless. The next meeting is planned for Friday, May 8, at the city hall. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--P. T. A. at High school auditorium, 3:15. Wednesday--Woman's Foreign Missionary society at Methodist church, 2:30. Thursday--W. L. A. M. club at Mrs. Carl Ashland home, south of Cleat Lake. Twentieth Century club luncheon at Mrs. C. A. Knutson home, North, Third street. Trinity circle of Zion Lutheran church at Mrs. G. E. Walh'n home, 2:30. North Shore Country club card party for members. Friday--Christian Workers at the city hall, picnic dinner at noon. Mixed dance at Surf ballroom. 60 Per Cent of Sanitarium Patients Under 30 Years ClitllCS Continuing in spring anti-tuberculosis educationa Mason City Schools. Parents and pupils are being in- Conned by representatives of the Cerro Gordo County Tuberculosis association these days that 60 pet- cent of the patients in Iowa's sanatoriums are tinder 30 years of age. Tuberculin testing clinics are being continued in the Mason City schools this week. Tests were held at the Roosevelt and the Madison schools Monday morning and Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock a clinic will be held at the Wilson school. Riddles Ranks of Vouth. Information on how tuberculosis riddles the ranks of Iowa's youngest citizens was described in a survey reported this week to the county organization by the Iowa. Tuberculosis association, according to.W. R. Hamilton, president. "Already known as the greatest killer of mankind between the ages of 20 and 40, the crippling effects of the disease in this group became known on the eve of the ninth annual renewal of the nationwide campaign, which is directed in this state by the Iowa Tuberculosis association, with which the Cerro Gordo organization is affiliated," said Mi- Hamilton. To make the picture even more serious, it is pointed out only per cent of all those admitted to the san- atoriuni, according to the latesl available figures, are in the early. 01 minimal, stage of disease, when hopes for recovery are greatest. Give Early Signs. In the current campaign, furthei emphasis is being placed upon the early danger signs of tuberculosis which include blood spitting, fatigue consistent cough and chest pain. Bu major efforts will be concentrated upon the modern weapons of earl} discovery before symptoms are pros ent through the tuberculin test and the x-ray. "Tube-rculcsis, Robber of th Prime of Life," is one of the pamph lets being distributed during th campaign. Readers of the Globe-Ga zette will be mailed a free copy o this pamphlet by wilting to the lot Tuberculosis association, 610 Flynr building, Des Moincs. SEES ARREST OF 'REAL KIDNAPERS' Chicago Lawyer Declares Ha Is Aiding Hoffman in Investigation. CHICAGO, UP) -- Arrest of the persons he termed tie "real kidnapers 1 ' of the Lindbergh baby 'within several weeks at the most" vas predicted Monday by Bernard Finnigan, young- Chicago lawyer ivho said he was taking part in Gov. Harold G. Hoffman's investigation of the case. After flying home from the east Sunday with a claim to discovery of a hidden cache of $5,000 of the UiOnap "ransom money.'' Fiwiigan declared "solution" of the case 'may be only a few hours away." "Any one of several expected breaks may precipitate the case at any momcmnt," he said in an interview. Finnigan asserted Governor Hoffman of New Jersey now has evidence showing- that Bruno Richard Jlauptmann, executed for the child's death, was "a positively innocent man." "A number of other people," were the kidnap plotters, the lawyer added, explaining he "couldn't say why" he thought so "without saying too much." "Someone will issue warrants.'' against these people after Governor Hoffman weaves the tangled threads of the case together into a closely knit whole, Finnigan -said. At that time, he went on, Uie governor will "make all the evidence public." Mason City Doctor to Speak to. P.. T. A.; Election Is Planned CLEAR LAKE -- The Parenl- Teachers association will hold election of officers at the high school auditorium Tuesday afternoon at the final session this school year. Dr. H. W. Morgan of the Mercy hospital, Mason City, will speak to the group of the tuberculosis program that is being carried on in this county. He will be prepared to answer questions along this line. The kindergarten rhythm band will also appear in public for the first time this year. It is directed by Miss Florence Walbcrg. CLEAR LAKE---Mr. and Mrs i Frank Foster, North Second street, Debruyn Super-service. Mrs. Dice drove back her new Chrysler. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Thompson and daughters, of Ames, and Miss- Kathryn Joslyn, student of Iowa State college, Ames, were week-end guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Joslyn, East Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests at the Jos-lyn home. RaB Wallace who is working at Des Moines spent the week-end in Clear Lake with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wallace, South Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cash, West Division street, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heath and family of Rake at their home Sunday. Miss Marnis Hatch and Vincent Minette spent Sunday at Washta with Miss Hatch's parents. Lyle Sheldon, Alton, III., spent the week-end in Clear Lake with former Clear Lake friends. This is the first time Mr. Sheldon has been back for 11 years after attending high school here. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson and family of Albert Lea, Minn., were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rice, North Elm street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dcibler, Iowa Falls, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Deibler, North Elm street. Mrs. Teler Knutson left Saturday eight for Chicago for a visit with her sister. George Baldridge is spending this week in DCS Moines with his daughter and son-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. David James and family. K. D. Crispin and children ot Hampton spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kimball, West Division street. Mr. and Mrs. Roy French and son, Leroy Claude, East Division street, accompanied by Mrs. W. J. Miller of Charles City, spent Uie week-end at Bellevue with Mr. and Mrs. Will Paul and Mrs. Virgil Rule who moved from Clear Lake a month ago to operate a creamery there. Named Manager of Store. HAMPTON -- Earl Brooks, in charge of the meat department of the Basket gi-ocery, has been named manager of the store. He succeeds C. R. Nutting, who will return to Mason City- their golden wedding- anniversary Sunday at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Foster were married April IS, 1SS6, in Waynesfield, 111. They farmed for a number of years in Wright county and for the past 25 years have resided in Cerro Gordo county. Friends and relatives gathered at their home for a picnic dinner Sunday and the afternoon was spent informally. Messages of greeting were received by the couple from their daughters, Mrs. Maude Cheney, Kroid, Mont., and Mrs. Elva Hoffman, Chicago. They have one other daughter, Mrs. May Grotte, Spencer, and two sons, Harry Foster, Alexander, and Ellis Foster, living at home. Relatives and friends who attended the affair were: Mr. and Mrs. Nels Thorson, Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Thorson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thorson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Foster and family, all of Kanawia; Mr. and Mrs. George Hanks, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harms and son, Lyle, and grandson, Gaylord Miller, all of Swaledale; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foster, Alexander; Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson and son, Jim; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller and daughter, and Mrs David Enabnit and daughter, Clear Lake. j The couple received a number of | gifts. Held at Urbatch Home. GRAFTON--The American Legion auxiliary April meeting was held at the home of Miss Irma Ur- batch. Mrs. Nora Huebner was chosen as delegate to the New Hampton spring conference May 6. PARK THEATER Tonight A United Artists Picture "LET 'EM HAVE IT" n-ith Kichard Arlen, Bruce Cabot, Virginia Bruce, William Cagney. 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