The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 23, 1939 · Page 21
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March 23, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

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DUMONTP.T.A, MEETING HELD Move Than 100 at March Meeting in School Auditorium DUMONT--More than 100 attended the March meeting o£ the P. T. A. held Tuesday evening at the school auditorium. Mrs. C. F. Hoder was chairman of the program which consisted of moving pictures of the eastern iloods shown by the Hampton Bell Telephone company, and musical numbers which will compete in the sub-district contest to be held Friday and Saturday at Waverly. Louis Pfaltzgraff played a cornet solo; the girls' sextet, composed of Audrey Pfaltzgraff, Maxine Anderson, Esther Sessler, Ida Mae Freese, Bernice Stock and Elizabeth Miller sang brass quartet composed of Earl Hutchison, Louis Pfaltzgraff, Maxine Anderson 'and Audrey Pfaltzgraff played; and Robert Pfaltzgraff played on his marimbaphone which he will play in Cincinnati Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gerdes, Jr., Wed 25 Years, Honored SHEFFIELD -- Thirty relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gerdes, Jr., Tuesday evening to help them celebrate their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. A social evening was spent and at the close refreshments were served. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE March Meeting for Fertile PTA Held FERTILE--The Parent-Teachers meeting for March was held at the schoolhouse. An exhibit was held in the various rooms and the home economic classes under the direction of its teacher, Miss Jane Talbot, gave a program. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. TO BEGIN FARMING GARNER--Arnold Hampel has announced that he is quitting operation of a service station in Garner and will start farming with his father, W. J. Hampel, near Clear Lake, in the near future. EILERS HEADS CLARION CLUB Highway Patrolman Benedict Addresses Group on "Safety" CLARION--A meeting of the Clarion Commercial club was held Tuesday evening at Hotel Moore. A 7 o'clock dinner was served. Officers elected were John Eilers, president; Sam Cataldo, vice president; Jesse Smith, Jr., secretary-treasurer. A program was presented consisting of a trumpet solo by Peggy Newberg and a talk, on "Safety" by Patrolman Claude Benedict. Plymouth Farmer's Steer Is Drowned PLYMOUTH -- Christ Carsten, living one mile north of town, lost a valuable steer Tuesday when it broke through ice in the Shell Rock river that had been melted by the warm weather. SAVE SAMS Our Regular $3.00 Grade $1.69 MEN'S Work Shoes Good Wear Guaranteed All Sizes Men's Spring H A T S A Large Assortment of New Hats BROKEN LOTS All Sizes Our Regular $1.98 Grade $1.00 Our Regular $3.50 Grade $2.69 Men's Good Weight Moleskin or Whipcord Work Pants $1*25 ft"'' Not so very long ago you paid as much as Spring SWEATERS Men's and Boys* Slipover, Coat or Zipper Style Fancy or Plain Colors Latest Styles Value .......... 69C Value to $1.50. 98c Value to $2 . .$1.25 Value to $3 . .$1.98 Value to $4 . .$2.69 $2 for this quality! Value to $5 . .$2.45 FANCY SOX 10c To DRESS SOX 5c BUTTER Cool Roasted COFFEE With Coupon 16c SUGAR 10 Pounds ..... 4C ROYAL GELATIN Any Flavor 3 for 14C Raizes Best FLOUR 49 Pounds $139 Del Monte TOMATO JUICE No. 300 Size, 3 cans French DRESSING 8 Ounce Bottle lOc TOBACCOS Prince Albert, Velvet, Kentucky Club, Half and Half, Sir Walter « A «. Raleigh IUC Change Now MOTOR OIL Blue Club Any Weight 2 Gallon, CTM Sealed Can O / V SALMON Select Pink 1 Pound Cans for 23c Strongheort Dog and Cat Food J 1 Pound Cans NO. 10 CANS Cherries . . . . . .53c Peaches 39 C Prunes . . . . . . . 2 9 c Pineapple 65c CRACKERS Pound 4 M Sodas 15C Pound Grahams 18c CHICK STARTING MASH Certainty, 100 IBs. .$2.55 Mor-Gain, 100 IBs. .$2.59 Triple-V Pellets, 100 Ibs $2.79 Nufrena Pellets, TOO Ibs $3.09 CHICK FEEDERS 3 ft. Galvanized Feeders Block Salt 39 C Stock Salt 65c QUALITY MEATS 16c 25c Tosfy Loin HADDOCK, Ib. . Fresh PORK LIVER, 2 Ibs. for . 2 Lb. Box Amer. or Brick CHEESE. Pork SHOULDER « M _ ROAST, )b 1/C Silver Seal Boneless «14 «. COD FISH, Ib. .. Z1C Roth's BACON «*»*. SQUARES, Ib 1/C WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 SOUTH F E D E R A L AVENUE Open Sat. Evening Till 10:30 FREE P A R K I N G IN REAR OF STORE THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 Hancock 4-H Club Members to Attend Posture Conference GARNER--Hancock county 4-H girls' clubs will be represented by members and leaders as well as county officials at an annual posture conference to be held in Clarion Wednesday, March 29. One leader and one older member from each of the county's nine clubs will attend the meeting in company with Mrs. D. E. Keat county 4-H chairman, Mrs. L F" Weaver, county home project chairman, and Mrs. Florence Ferguson, home demonstration agent Instructions on posture and personality will be given by Miss Ella Gardner, member of the federal extension service at Washington, D. C. ANNUALGUEST NIGHT IS HELD Commercial Club in Rockford Meets in Methodist Church ROCKFORD -- The Rockford Commercial club members entertained their wives at the annual guest night held in the diningroom of the Methodist church Tuesday evening. A program which followed a 6:30 banquet served by circle A of the Methodist Ladies Aid society was as follows: Community singing led by Dr. H. H. Ervin with Mrs. Vern Mosher at the piano; address of welcome, Prof. Lloyd Smith; music by the high school girls' glee club and the brass sextet under the direction of Joseph Haugen; tuba solo, Donald Mosher; music by a men's quartet composed of William Steuben, Niles Hollingsworth, Earl Houdeck and Dr. H. H. Ervin accompanied by Mrs. H. H. Ervin; and music by the ladies quartet composed of Mrs. Max Walker, Mrs. Lloyd Smith, Mrs. C. G. Fort and Mrs. H. H. Ervin accompanied by Mrs Vern Mosher. Two reels of moving pictures were shown by Lynn Smith with descriptive talk by Grover Galvin. G. G. Galvin was chairman of the program committee and Lloyd Smith master of ceremonies. About 100 guests were present DECLAMTEST HELDATJOICE Elimination Contest Winners Among Grade ' School Pupils Picked JOICE--The first elimination contest was held Wednesday afternoon for declamatory contestants from the first through the eighth grades at the Joice Independent school. Placements wer.e as follows: First grade, Bonnie Jean Aasland^ lirst, and Leo Anderson, second- second grade, Darold Evans first and Lorraine Holstad, second : third grade, Billy Peterson, first and Ardis JLindflott, second; fourth grade, Delores Medlang, first, and LaVonne Evenson second; fifth grade, David Scheie first, and Dean Lindflott, second : sixth grade, Sidney Haroldson' first, and Donna Ulstad, second- in the seventh and eighth grade group, V e r n ell Medlang, first V e r n on Hagen, second, and Mavis Howe, third. The final contest will be held Thursday evening, March 30 All of these contestants will take part A two part Indian cantata entitled "The Childhood of Hiawatha," will be presented with the contest. Pupils from the 4th through the 8th grades will take part. Miss Kathryn Tweeten will direct and Mavis Gordon will be the accompanist The primary grades will sing. Town Election Will Be Held on Monday in Plymouth Hall PLYMOUTH--The regular election of officers for the town of Plymouth will be held in the town hall Monday. The polls will be open from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m . One ticket has been filed with M. A. Hanson, clerk. Those on the ticket are: Ren Snell, mayor; F. A. Peshak J R Claus, Frank Barta. M. J. Mikkal- son and R. L. Dixson, councilmerr M. C. Scarrow, assessor; and Mrs Otto Brunswold, treasurer. Paul Marker Is " Elected Head of Iowa Falls Rotary IOWA FALLS--Paul I. Parker was chosen president of the Rotary ·-lub at its regular meeting last Monday. Mr. Barker is prominent m insurance circles here. The other officers chosen were- Orlando Kreider, vice president; C H. Warnock, secretary, and A. C Thornburg, treasurer. N. S. Huntinton is the retiring president. Farewell Parties at Greene for the Rev. and Mrs. F. Munneke GREENE--Several farewell parties for the Rev. and Mrs. F. A. Kensett Meeting Is Well Attended KENSETT--The Farm Bureau and Community club meeting held at the Community club, Tuesday night, was well attended, and all reported a very good time. 21 Munneke who expect to leave for their new home at Coggon Wednesday are being sponsored this week. A get-togemer, pot luck 6:30 dinner and program by the local O. E. S. chapter will be held Friday night and a party in the home of Mrs. Robert Cole Tuesday was sponsored by the Jolly O club. The Kev. Mr. Munneke is past patron of the local O. E. S. chapter, having served several years. The Presbyterian church and other organizations to which they belong here arc also giving farewell courtesies. SCHOOL BOARD MEETS STJLSON--The Boone township school board met Monday evening to transact business. Minnesota us Visit ALEXANDER--Willie De Vrics of Albert Lea, Minn., visited Sunday at the Jerry De Vries home. '*/ I'm strong for this Great Spring Pick-up" NATIONAL B I S C U I T SHREDDED WHEAT AND MILK A breakfast feast of balanced nourishment There's a grand springtime pick-up in National Biscuit Shredded Wheat. And in it you get that appetite-exciting inner flavor we release from the pure, sun-mellowed whole wheat grain. In clouds of foaming steam these inner flavor cells burst open. Then we quickly shape the soft, rich grain into fragrant biscuits. These we bake with watchful care, to a russet, tender crispness. Enjoy this breakfast feast for a springtime pick-up. Get the wholesome balanced nourishment of National Biscuit Shredded Wheat with milk-no less than eight vital food essentials for the muscles, nerves, blood, teeth and bones. Only the top. B rade wheat a approved ( by our Quality Control experts. One reason -why for more than 40 years millions of families have enjoyed it. Your food store receives fresh supplies of the familiar packages frequently from swift delivery trucks. Ask for "National Biscuit Shredded Wheat", for the balanced nourishment your family will love. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY N A T I O N A L B I S C U I T SHREDDED WHEAT THE ORIGINAL NIAGARA FALLS PRODUCT W O F THE HOUR COOKING SCHOOL · · MISS ANN KINGSLEY Keep Abreast of Modern Methods ATTEND THE COOKING SCHOOL HEAR MISS KINGSLEY, FAMOUS LECTURER OF THE NATIONAL LIVESTOCK AND MEAT BOARD TUESDAY * WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY - FRIDAY March 28 29 30 31 LARD -- Not Synthetic Substitutes Will Be Used Because Experts Know LARD Is the PERFECT SHORTENING. LARD IS ECONOMICAL, TOO! Eat Meat For Health JACOB E. DECKER SONS

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