The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 23, 1939 · Page 20
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1939
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20 THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 KLEMME MAN BOUND TO JURY · Alleged Alcohol Is Found, by Officers in Raid on Home G A R N E R--Levi Bidder of Klemme was bound over to the grand jury at the May term of Hancock county district court when he was given preliminary hearing in the court o£ Justice o£ the Peace H. V. Reed. Sheriff L. M. Brower, County Attorney Clark E. Lovrien, Deputy Sheriff Elmer Katter and special Deputy Aaron Greiman conducted a search at the Hidder home and said they found 19 half-pint bottles of illegal alcohol. Bidder was released on $500 bond following his preliminary hearing. , PLAN ON MEETING RtIDD--There will be a P. T. A. meeting March 27. The women will have charge ol the program. District Meeting of League Will Be Held on Saturday ALGONA--A district cabinet meeting of the Epworth League society will be Afield Saturday morning at the J. C. Buthman home here. The Rev. Victor Schuldt of Garner is president of the cabinet for the AJgona district and the purpose of the meeting is to draw plans for the spring convention to be held June 13 at Brift. Will Receive Film Tests in Hollywood NASHUA--G1 e n n, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. McMalon, of Oak Park, III., and a grandson o£ Henry Maloy, will be .aken to Hollywood this spring to ·eceive screen tests at the request of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lompany. His mother was former- y Alice Maloy, and a graduate of ilass '25 Nashua high school. Progress Luncheon Is Held at Belmond BELMOND--Mrs. S. P. Lei n bach was hostess to the Progress club members at a 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday. Others on the social committee were Mrs. C. I.. Williams, Mrs. J. Wallace, Mrs. E. Vf. Luick and Mrs. Carl Nelson. Table decorations were in keeping with St Patrick's day. Mrs. A. C. Lieurven led the lesson, "Memorial Award Stories." Mrs. Anna Bolin Is Feted on Birthday CLARKSVIIiE--A company of 20 honored Mrs. Anna 'Bolin on her eighty-first birthday, Sunday. A large birthday cake bearing 81 ighte.d candles formed the centerpiece of the dinner table. Dinner vas served at noon. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE A center of culture is a place vhej-e you find one book store, .0 shops selling women's wear and 60 place* to eat.--Ctjdar Bands Gazette. · O'Brien Bound to Jury on Charge of Drunken Driving CRESCO--Sheriff Percy Haven Tuesday, .March , 21, arrested Charles O'Brien, 28, on a charge of drunken driving. O'Brien waived preliminary hearing before Justice of the Peace C. E. Farnswprlh- and was bound over to the grand jury under 5500 bond which he furnished. Accepts Call From Pennsylvania Church EAGLE GROVE -- The Rev. Jeorge Sather of r the Baptist church, has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Baptist church at Altoona, Pa., and will leave soon o take up the new work at that place. ' Twenty-year-old Prince Charm- ng, owned by a plantation near Aiken, S. Car,, was said in 1939 to ^e the oWesf registered Hereford ull fn the world. Lease Is Renamed Chairman of Board WESLEY--At the reorganization meeting of the local school board this past week, L. L Lease was renamed chairman and P A Diekmann, secretary, with Mrs. Myrtle Mullin and Dr. K. R. Richardson, newly elected members taking office. Others on the board include H. J. Sherman, Halvor 1 lorn, Jr., and I. A. Gerdes, treasurer. Supt. E. D. Ravlin was renamed superintendent of schools. Snyder President of School Board NEW HAMPTON-John Snyder was elected president of the New Hampton board of education at lieu- regular organization roeet- ng A. L. Riley and Robert Moorhead, newly elected members, assumed their positions. Rural electrification- promoters hope 1,680,000 American farm lomes will receive electricity for *"* Telephone Company Plans Program at Iowa Falls April 6 IOWA FALLS--Manager Sam R. Bruce of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., is sponsoring a program to be given at the annual dinner of the Iowa Falls Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary and Lion's clubs, and the Business and Professional Wom- an's club. This dinner will ba held April S. The program outlined by Mr. Bruce will be in charge of G. L. He-worth a n d Harold Graves of Omaha. These men, representing t h e telephone company, will give a demonstration and talk on "Modern Telephone Magic." Natural down used in pillows Is the soft undercoating of adult water-fowl which is found next to the skin beneath the ordinary feathers. PUBLIC AUCTION HELD LITTLE CEDAR--A public auction was held at the school grounds here Tuesday. The building which had been erected for use by the contractors lor a new gymnasium and WPA workers was sold for $152. Lumber and other small articles were also sold. a SEE THE GORGEOUS MARCH OF MEALS AT THE GLOBE-GAZETTE'S COOKING SCHOOL This is a parade of a different kind ... a parade 6f beautifully garnished foods that could grace the table of a king! For this cooking school lecturer not only is an artist in preparing fine foods, but in serving them, too. Each dish she cooks becomes a masterpiece for the eye as well as for the palate, as it is brought forth for you to see at the end of the session. So don't miss this daily feature! Your pencil .will fly as you jot down ideas to use at your own table! At the High School Auditorium Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday MARCH 28-29-30-31 GIFTS * DAILY \ The Musical Program ' W i l l Start at 1 p. m. Daily These Firms Are Co American Crystal Sugar Co. Blanchard's Jewelry Clorox Chemical Co. (Clorox) Curne-Yon Ness Company D. K. Lundberg Co. Damon's Shoe Department Engler Drug Company Fruit Dispatch Co. (Bananas) Iowa State Brand Creameries, inc. Iowa Tea Company J. C. Pufh Company John Gallagher, Inc. Kemble's Greenhouse Kenyon's Cheese Stare Klipl-o Loose Leaf Co. La Choy food Products, Inc. (La Cho.r Chinese Food Products) Lecture and Demonstration at 2 p. m. Daily -Operating: Lever Brothers Company (Riiiso) Lyons Cleaners, Lounderers, Furriers Mason City Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Mier Wolf and Son* National Biscuit Co. (Shredded Wheat, Riiz and Premium Crackers) Northwest Savings Bank Peoples' Gas Electric Co. Pfaff Baking'Company Pillsbury Flour Mills Co. (Pillsbury's Best Flour) Ralph S. Shepherd S. S. Kresge Company 25c to ?! store) The Climalene Company (Climalene) The Merkel Co. Vance Music Company Western Grocer Company J . . )) The Federal Bureau of Farm Economics described the gain in industrial producting during the last halt of 1938 as one of the sharpest on record. o Ifo nr M n , Day is "EXfOSITI OJV" i ny Xo matter hou.' iht looks or fills, a woman alunyifult ha "kill taia" Jarward Flavor h the "Voice" of coffee What kind of impression does your coffee make on the one who lifts the cup to his lips? Is it remembered with pleasure? Is a second cup asked for? If you want your coffee to be the successful "Exposition" of any meal, serve Hills Bros. Coffee. For 61 years its matchless flavor has been welcomed by the most critical tastes. Millions of women serve Hills Bros. Coffee with confidence because they have heard these words again and again--"Now that's what I call good coffee!" H I L L S B R O S C O F F E E Cut Rate Grocery ·BPTTnaaa.-,- , b . zjc i COFFEE Raisins I. ISc KRAFT'S CHEESE, 2-lb. Box Bocon, Ib. 15C 2$C Milk 25c VEGETABLES Green Onions, 3 bunches. lOc Goofl Potatoes, pk 33 C Head Lettuce, Ige 8c-10c Celery, bunch 10c-15e Sauer Kraut, qt. can .. Iflc Radishes, 3 bunches .. Corn or Peas, lOc, 3 for 15o Peas, 2 cans I5e Corn, 2 cans Kidney Beans, Ige. can Lima Beans, large can lOc 25c 25c 25c lOc lOc Spinach, lame can lOc Gr. String Beans, 3 cans 25c _ White Ffour, 5-lb. sack ____ ..... ..,. 19^ 15c Salmon, 2 for ............. '.". . 25c Best Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 Ifas.. . . 25c ·^^TM-- 25c Pure Vanilla, Bot. 19c Miracle Whip, qt ..... 37c Peanut Buffer lOc, 15c, 25c Best Nut Meats, Ib..,., 49c Best Popcorn, 4 Ibs. . . . 25c Palmolive Soap, b a r . . . 5c Mar. Red Cherries, bot. lOc Tea Siffings, Ifa. pkg. 12c Cocoanut, pkg.. . lOc, 15c Argo Starch, 3 Ibs.. .. 25c T5c Grapefruit, 2 cans 25c CoKee a : .. 350 Honey Le.25c Catsup ifft Rinso ^r. I8c FLOUR S Ib. sacks Graham, Whole "Wheat, Dark Rye 19c ID Ib. sack 35c MHB^^i^^^M^C^^' - -· ·-- · M l V | * t l l M l | f «. * , V I M * « k ^ V 15e Vanilla Flavor, 8 oz , , 1 Oc Toilet Paper, 1,000 Sheets, 5 rolls. !..'.25c White Fur Toilet Paper, 4 rolls ,., 25c 8c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs... 25c FLOUR Jersey Cream, 49 Ibs. 95c Tru Bin, 49 Its S1.23 Omar, 49 Jbs $1.45 Occident, 49 Ibs $1.59 Ammonia, Quart Bottle .. . Peaches or Apricots, quart Tuna Fish, large can. Carrots or Kidney Beans, 5 Good Luck, Ib 19 C lOc Puffets, 2 pkgs... 1 5e Asparagus Tips, c a n , . 15e Peefi Soap, 7 f o r . . . . 25c lOc Spaghetti, 3 cons 25e lOc Hominy, 3 cans.. 25c Prince Albert or Velvet lOc lOc Baked Beans, 3 for 25c Brown Sugar, 4 Ibs 25c Kitchen Towels, Roll .. 9e 'Marshmallows, bag . .. , W-J 300 Size Lemont, Do*en.Y' Tomato or Vegetable Soup, 15c Clothes Bluing, bottle ; , 10c can 15 C lOc, 15c, ISc cons 25c BROOMS Good One» 39c 49c 59c With Every Broom Purchase We Give a Mop Stick - FREE - lOc and I5e 25c 25c lOe 5 cans Cocoa c.?;. 14c ISc CRACKERS, 2-lb. Box . . FRUIT Oranf cs, 2 dozen 25c lobby's Mix. Fruit, Ige. can ISc Seedless Grapefruit, 7, 10, 12 for 25c Pitted Dates, 2 Ibs 25c Libby's Royal Ann Cherries Quart Can 25c Prnnes, 2 Ibs. large 25c Prunes, 3 ibs. med .'. 2Sc Dried Peaches, 2 Ibj Z5c Grapefruit Jc., No. 5 can .. 25c lOc Mixed Fruits, 3 cans .. 25c lOc Pineapple. 3 cans 25c Use, * - ,, 1§C 113. 114 Get Your Cigarette. Her. MEATS -- ALL KINDS 25c Chocolate or Sandwich Cookies Lp ; 19c Oranges, Sweet and Juicy 19 C 29 512 First Street S. W.

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