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March 11, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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EIGHTEEN ·MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 · 1937 Get First at Nora Springs . F £ St B, lace ln the Nora s P" n es amateur contest finals was won ana "" s 3 in Olson Family Win in Finals of Amateur Contest Ugo Igo Club Secorid in Competition Held at Nora Springs. . NORA SPRINGS--The Family Trio, consisting of Mrs. Harry Ol:son, her son, Lorimer, "14, and ^daughter, Marilyn, .11, received first place Wednesday night in the finals of the amateur contest series sponsored by the Commercial club and American Legion Auxiliary. A packed house heard the concluding program. Showing an unusually high level of accomplishment, the family trio's numbers included two solos by Lorimer, singing and tap dancing by Marilyn, vocal duet by. Mrs. Olson and Lorimer and all three in the linale. Mrs. Olson also played the Dccompaniments. Mr. Olson is a barber at Nora Springs. Second place went to the Ugo .Igo club, a farm group west of Wora Springs and consisting of Alta Spotts", playing the marim- baphone, Jean Bitterman, violin, and Mrs. Glen Bishop,- whistling and playing' the accompaniments, _.Otner groups; all of which won high ranks in .previous .contests, included the Band Mothers with "At Home Abroad," the high school basketball girls' trio with Charlene Dinsmore, : Maxine Morphew and Elnora : Reentz; the American Legion Auxiliary pantomime, and Mrs. Frank Pool's tap dancing group., Judges were B. A. Webster and W. Earl Hall of Mason City and W. G. Henke.of Charles City. ' · The committee in charge of the amateur contest included H.. D. Smith, chairman, A. J. Quimby, Frank Munger, \V. H. Lucas, Roy Kraupa, Larry Morishe and Al Christiansen. - · CITY BRIEFS A car^ driven by Enos Lloyd Jones, 704 East State street, collided with a car driven by William J. Koppen, Rockwell, at the intersection of East State street and Pennsylvania avenue late Wednesday afternoon. A car driven by Earl S. Taylor, 738 Fourth street southwest, broke off two telephone: poles, in front of 931 Carolina avenue northeast at 2:30 o'clock Thursday morning. Loyal T. Zimmerman, route 3, H. A; Walker, 4 Taylor avenue southwest, and C J. Taylor, 642 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, were "sentenced to "traffic school on charges of passing stop signs A car owned by L. W. Birdsall, 827 Twelfth street northwest, was backed into by a track driven by Henry Spoara, Mason City, at Second street and South Federal avenue. Does 'Bladder Irritation .-' Get You Up? You can make this simple test. When :rre£UBTity bothers. Hush 1 the bladder as you would the bowels. Help nature drive out impurities and excess acids which can cause the Irritation that results In Belting up nights, scanty flow, frequent Icslre, burning, backache or leg 1 pains; Jse buchu leaves, juniper nU and G other drugs made-info imie green tablets. Just say Bukcts, the bladder flush, to any druggist. Ask for a 4 day'test package. Eneler Drug Co.. Huxtable Drug Co. NAME WINNERS IN DECLAMATORY 23 of 32 Contestants Make 90 Per Cent or Better. Twenty-three of the 32 contestants in the third ; of a series of declamatory contests presented by the upper grades of St. Joseph school Wednesday afternoon, were declared winners by virtue of the fact that they made over 90 per "enr. , . . ' . : The list of winners is as follows: Lester Kelly, "Son; You Washed;" Bernard Lang, "Mine Children;" Betty Rosa, "What Betty Knows;" Phyllis Woodhome, 'She Didn't Want Much;" Flor- ;nce Dunn, "Lost Tommy;" Bob Lennon, "The Hand Me Downs;" Mary.Plonsky, "Going on an Errand;" Patricia Connor; "Betty's View on Rural Life;" -Shirley Ken- mson, "The Neighbor's Call;" Terry Nettleton, "A Little-Boy's irouble; Cassius McMenimen, Eldorado;" J u n e . McKiness, I17-,? 1 * 1 / No . thin 2 to Laugh At;" Wilfred Renter, "Topsy Turvy Town;" James B a le k, ' "Elder Brown's Big Hit;" Jack Fleming, America for Me;" Patricia Kelly Keeping School at Play;" Billie Burke, "The Duel;" Billie Gasaway, "The' Watermillion;" Bob TMl"? en ',.Ar Bob ' s Gir1 :" Francis White, "Always Trouble on Sunday; Bob Christensen, "Sixty Questions M a k e Morning an Hour;" Gerald French, "Got btnpes Down His Legs;" and 'Geraldine French, "Our Little Boy Blue." . Others who gave declamations were Jack Skyles, "Boy's Poeni on Washington;" Pauline Paulsen "Little Jack;" Leo King, "Fourth of July belongs to the Boys;" Hose Riepe, "Decorations;" Donald Jarosh,; "She Got Tired of Popping Corn;" Anthony Cahnella, "Be Brave;" Colleen Crowley, "Paddle Your Own Canoe;" Charles Youm- ke, "Just One of the Boys;" anc Merella McNamara, "Hopskin anc His Chosen Seven." The judges were Mrs. H. G Weber, Mrs. J. W. Kelly and Miss Rose Hoffman. Donald Johnson Named Y Business Secretary Donald Johnson of Mason City has been appointed new business secretary at the Y. M. C. A. He will succeed George Van Nest who has accepted a position witt the Northwestern States Portland cement company as statistician in the sales department. - Real Estate Transfers Jorgensen, A. R. and wife to George Harms Helen Harms (wife) as joint tenants with right of survivorship $1 lot 18 blk 2 Beaver's Add to Clear Lake, 2-1937. Oilman, Chas. T., Guardian of Property of Harriet Frances Oilman to Allan F. Beck $1,820.83 Und 1-3 of lot 14 and the S 16'A ft. of lot 15, all in B "O," South M. C., 2-25-37. Liquidation Corporation to Peter Floy $1 frl % of NWVi 1895-21, 1-5-37." Clock, E. R., to Maude E Clock (wife) $1 lot 6 in D. F Witt's replat of the E 140 ft. of lot 1 and the W 16 rods of lot 2 in sub of SWV4 SEy 4 NW%, 1896-21, 4-20-35. . CROCERS HEATS,FRUITS.VEGETABLES .10 -!HD ST. M.E, PHONES 41 44 REMZMBE*. W£ D£LW£P Replenish Your Reserve Shelf with High Grades Merchandise at a Saving! Richelieu, Raggedy Ann PEACHES, APRICOTS and PINEAPPLE, %/i 3 No. 2y cans I iC . Richelieu, whole kernel CORN, _ _ No. 2 can J. / C 2 Cans, 33o Richelieu TOMATOES, No. ZV» can, 18c per can, Cans oc JiC 3 Cans BRITE-IZE CLEANSER 23c Jack Sprat Cooked MACARONI and « CHEESE. 15 oz. can ... JC Jack flprat MACARONI SPAGHETTI and NOODLES, Packages ;. . . ZjC , Richelieu TOMATO JUICE, No, 2VS Can xi:.r.:;U:. ; ., ., 2 Cans, Z5c : Fels Naptha Soap Flakes, per pkg ,,. 21c / . / . '--: MEATS -Berkshire Sausage, pure pork, per Ib. .,, BEEF ROAST, per Ib. . . 18 C j SHOR 23C SHORT RIBS, Ib. . . . . . . I O C HOME MADE BREAD IQ C Mrs. Rogers' Home Made Pies, Cakes Cookies, etc. . EIGHMEY TALKS TOKIWANIANS Says KGLO Application to Increase Power to Be Heard Soon. The radio commission will hear on April 9 KGLO's application for an increase in power 'from 100 watts to 250 watts for daytime use F. C. Eighmey told the Kiwanis club Thursday noon in Hotel Hanford. Mr. Eighmey, who is manager of station KGLO, said that no opposition to the increase had developed. In answering questions which were asked by the group, Mr. Eighmey stated that there are now 13 persons on the staff of KGLO The station has a daytime radius of good listening area " extending 75 miles. From 45 to 50 miles lis- THE CHEESE STORE A Fresh Shipment of Dubl-Rich Salad Dressing just came in! The kind we served at your luncheons. The Dressing with a guarantee! "Your money back if this is not the best Salad Dressing: you ever. tasted." Dubl-Rich i GALLONS $1.25 Dubl-Rich QUARTS 35c Dubl-Rich PINTS '.' 20 C Your grocer can get it at Kenyon's. Spanish FOOD DRINK, Rep. 10o ... Whole TOMATOES, Solid Pack, Two Cans Strictly Fresh EGGS, Not Graded ,..5c 35c 19c Colby Longhorn CHEESE, Mt!d, Tender ... 19c Kenyon's Fresh churned Nonvej-iari Pure Olive ' Oil SARDINES 2 Ib. Box American BRICK CHEESE .. . rOPCOKN Crisp C lOc pk E . with Order J C Good Kind Crushed PINEAPPLE, can .. i Fresh n ? BUTTER, Ib. .. J DC lOc 54c 19c SOKINDSOfGHttSt Same Prices Clear Lake Store CHICKENS Pound ... 16c For Frying, Baking, Stewing NOBTH J O V / A ' S L A R G E S T M A R K E T BUY THE BEST!! FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY SPECIALSl FOR LESSt! 100% Pure Bulk LARD · 'I Ib. PORK HOCKS, Pound ;·..; ... . 8c Large, Small, Fancy Wieners Ib. 12Jc BOLOGNA, Pound ..... 15c 'Best Buy Shortening Ib. 15c 'Ring Liver SAUSAGE, Jb. 15c Tender Corn Fed Baby'Beef Steak, Ib. , , . ijc Milk Fed, Tender Y*»afl Chops T dl Steak Fresh Mode Ground Beef and Sausage . . .Ib.lOc Corn Leg-o'-Mutton, ib.... 12c Shoulder Roast, Ib...... 8c Chops, 3 Jb*.. ....... 25c Stew, Breast, Ib.. .. . . 6c p i KPdr Tend er Fed JDtCI Young Pot Roast, Ib 13 C Short Ribs, Ib lOc Boneless Rolled Prime Rib Roast, Ib.. '. . . . 19c Veal Pocket Roast, Ib.. . . . TOe Roast, Shoulder, Ib.. . T5c Patfies, Ib \Sc Brisket, Ib IQe J^EAKFAST^C^ BREAKFAST BACON SMOKED COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE. Ih. Best Buy OLEO, *«_ Tax Paid, I b . . . . . . j£lC Dill Pickles, 2 f o r . . . .' 5c 5-Ib. Box Bacon . . . . . 85c COOKED *) A SALAMI, I b . . . . . . ZOC Young Tender Loin Roast, Ib 20c Shoulder Roast, Ib.. . 18c Cutlets, Ib.. 18c Chops, Steak, I b . . . ; . 20c Spore Ribs, Ib.. ..'... 15c NECK BONES, Pound 4c Pig's Feet, Ib..; 5c PORK HEARTS, BRAINS, BEEF HEARTS, 4 A _ Pound . . . . . . . . . . 1UC SUGAR CURED SHANKLESS « n PICNICS, P o u n d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I8C WHITING, 3 pounds.. Bulk Peanut Butter, Ib..'. 15c Smoked Hocksjb. PERCH FILLETS, pound. WHITING FILLET, pound - / HADDOCK FILLET, pound. SMELTS, pound .. Oft I 9-lb. KEG OV H E R R I N G to the R o s s Broad- O v e r at 4:55 - Daily. FREE SHOW, KIDS! 15 wrappers from any Betsy Ro product admits you to the State Theater Saturday afternoon. . --Vitamin D Bread for the children When you give your c h i l d r e n bread to help replace the food en-- crgy consumed in play--don't be satisfied with just ordinary bread. Vitex Vitamin D Bread is a Home Quality loaf that gives children a supplementary supply of Vitamin D. .This is ttie vitamin that helps build and keep strong bones and sound teeth. Strangely enough this Vitamin D that is so necessary is found only in very small amounts in ordinary food.' Hence the advantage of having it available in bread. Try this new bread, and 10 to 1 you will keep right on buying it, if only for its toothsome flavor. Ask your grocer for it today. VITAMIN "D" BREAD 3 Phones 112, 113, U4 FREE DELIVERY 512 First Street S. W. tening conditions'are of the best for the station, he said. Music on the Kiwanis program included numbers from the high school operetta to 'be given next Tuesday and Wednesday. This is "Vagabond King" by Friml. Singing was led by Tad Martin. Guests were E. J. Peake of Omaha, formerly of Mason City, John Stover of Swaledale, S. J. Levy of Chicago and E. H. Allen. L. Jimenez Fined $5 on Speeding Charge Leandra Jimenez, 818 Van Buren avenue southwest, was fined S5 and costs Thursday by Police Judge Morris Laird on a charge of speeding. Jimenez was arrested by police at 7:20 o'clock Thursday morning : at; Second street.: and South Federal avenue, '· where he was alleged to have been traveling 35 miles an hour. Phone 312 SERVICE GROCERS (0 Phone 312 EXTRA SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY y r DC BRUSSETJ SPROUTS I RADISHES, GREEN I CARROTS, very qt. boxes, 9 I f '1 ONIONS, 1ft I fine box U 1C J 3 bunches . . . . 1UC I Bunch RHUBARB, fancy hot house, OP 2 IDS ZD Fresh Green Peas, String Beans, Fresh Beets, Turnips, Cucumbers, To' matoes, Cauliflower, Strawberries. Ferndell COFFEE, our best grade, f -f r ib.... al Coffee Served all Day Saturday! Meat Department BEEF ROASTS, "1 fie fancy chuck, Ib J. O PORK ROASTS, loin ends. Ib. IOWANA BACON, 1 Ib. pkg« sliced 33 Country Style SAUSAGE, fresh or smoked. Ib ............ .....1 Fresh Dressed Hens, Jones Sausage, Salt Mackerel. Ask about oiir fancy Hams for Easter! Home Made Bread and Pastry. GRAPEFRUIT, 96 Size, Texas Seedless, doz. 38 Pillsbury's CAKE FLOUR 23* Pillsbury's Pancake Flour, large pkg-. 29' MIRACLE WHIP, quart for 39- PUFFED WHEAT, 2 packages 15 MAGIC WASHER, large pkg ...... 21 Crystal White SOAP, 6 Giant Bars ./. ..:.. 25 FREE DELIVERY Cut Rate Grocery LET US'SAVE YOU MONEY 512 1st St. S. W. PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Phones 112-113-114 Grapefruit Texas Seedless 12for..25c Fresh Eggs Large and Clean Per Dozen . . . . OH a. Sugar 10 Pound, 49c 25c Fancy Chocolate Cookies pound 19c MISCELLANEOUS x Pop Corn, 2 Ibs 25c English Walnuts, Ib.. . I9c Fancy Onions, 3 Ibs.. . JOc Coffee, Best Santos, Ib. I9c Mop Sticks, each. . . lOc Coffe Peaber ; , b - ... 2 l c Jams, j a r . . . . l O c and 25c _ ,, . . , _ Pels Naptha Soap, bar 5c Ry e -K"sp, P^9 '5c 25c Pure Vanilla. . . . 19c Macaroni, 3 Ibs 25c Brooms, 29c, 49c, 59c, 69c Spaghetti, 3 I b s . . . . . . 25c Lux Soap, 4 bars ... 25c 'Noodles, bag. . 1 Oc and 15c Ginger Snaps, Ib lOc Fresh Oysters, quart. . 49e Peanut Butter lOc, 1 5c, 25c Oyster Crackers, 2 Ibs. 19c HONEY 2 Full Cakes 25c 15c Salmon 2--I -Ib. C a n s . . . 25c I Peaches"£j.° ...41c FRUTE-GEb, All Flavors, 6 pkgs. 15c CATSUP; 2 for 25c Marshmallows, 'Pound I5c Vegetables Corn or Peas, can lOc Tomatoes, No. 2 can ...'. .lOc 15c Peas, 2 cans .. 25e 15c Corn, 2 cans 25e SpaBhetti, larse can lOc Kidney Beans, laree can lOc 15c Succolash, Z cans . . . . Z5c Radishes, 3 bunches lOc Lima Beans, larsrc can ... lOc Spinach, No. 2 cans lOc Lettuce, per head 8c lOc Celery hunch lOc 15c Hominy or Carrots, can . lOc Van Camps Beans, 2 cans 15c Tapinca, Fine, 2 Ibs 25c Pinto Beans, 3 Ibs 25c Pearl Barley, 2 Jbs 25c Table Salt, 10 Ibs 15c Lemon Extract, bottle .... lOc Fish/can 15Cand25C ORANGES, Sweet Juicy D 29c 39c 49c DRIED FRUIT Raisins, 2 Ibs. '.. 19 c Currants, 2 pkgs 25c Prunes, 2 Ibs. larjre .. 25c Prunes, 3 Ibs. med. ... 25c Peaches, per Ib, I9c Apricots, per Ib. 23c Figs, 3 plfgs 25e Dates, 2 Ibs IBc Dates, pitted, 2 Ibs 25c MEATS All Kinds -- Priced Right Sliced Iff*. Bacon, Ib.Z^C Boneless CODFISH I Pound L Box . . 23c FLOUR Jersey Cream, 49 ibs. .. SI-B5 Oma, 48 Ib. sack . . . . . . . . $1.79 Sunbeam Flour, 49 Ibs. . $1.83 Occident, 49 Ibs $2.35 Wliite Flour, .5 Ib. sack ... 28c Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs 28e Graham, 5 Ib. sack 28c Whole Wheat, 10 Ib. sack. . 48c Corn Meal, 5 Ib. sack . . 23e 25c MAGIC WASHER . . 19c MIRACLE V/HIP, Full Quart. . . . 35c T E A Faner I EA Bnlk Green, per Ib. . . 25 c Black, per Ib. . . 35c FRUIT 25c Libby's Peaches, can . . .......... , I9c Plums, quart cans. ... 1 5c Plums, No. 2 cans. ... IGc Grapefruit Juice, can. . lOc Apricots, can ....... 25 c Peaches, 2 large cans 29 c Apricots, 2 large cans 29 c Pineapple, 3 cans. . . 25c Pears, 2 large cans. . . 29c Fruits for Salad, can. . lOc Blackberries, can. . . . 19c Pineapple, 2 large cans 31c TOBACCO P. A., Kentucky Club, · Velvet, per can ...... . Get Your Cigarers Here LEMONS, dozen . 29c TOMATO SOUP, 5 cans 25c Soda Crackers B2 ;l" I5c [Peanut Brittle L 19c We are out of the High Rent District and are passing the saving on to you. We have plenty of good parking space here for all -- or Phone us your orders. We are as close to you as your phone. Mr. Farmer: Bring us your eggs -- We pay 19c in trade. Cut Rate Grocery

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