Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 15, 1937 · Page 16
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 15, 1937
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£^Z* Xi* ^JV V /SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 15 PH 1937 H - t ! ' i 'Keep It Away From the Wires Roge" Hundred's of kites were sent un into' the blue in Mason City over the wcclc-'end. Above ave-shown three boys watching the progress of a high one over the Koosevelt stadium. Left lo right are Ronald Smith, 12, and Jimmy-Smith, 14, brothers, living- at 403 Twelfth street southeast, and-Roger Buhr, 14, .who lives at 414 Twentieth street southeast. (Lock .Photo, Kayenay Engraving) .Were in Des Moines. POPEJOY--Supt. and Mrs. C. 1i Hall spent last week-end and ^Sunday at Des Moines. ._ CUT RATE GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY Tues., Wed. and Thiirs. We-Are .as Close a s . ; Your Phone. Phone 112-113-114 FREE DELIVERY liBOOKFIELO or'CORN COUNTRY BUTTER .. Ib. 36c 1V11Y TAT MOKE7 MISCELLANEOUS Marshmallows, Ib.. . . 1 5c Brooms 29c, 49c, 59c, 69c Celery, bunch... 10c, 15c Head,-Lettuce, large IQc Peanut Butter. . \0c, 15.c 15c Post Tbasties,.pk.' lOc 25c Pure Vanilla. .. 19c Lima Beans, Ige. can lOc Spinach, large cans.... lOc Olive Oil, bottle. . . . lOc Carrots, large cans. ., lOc Hominy, large can. . . l O c | Corn or Peas, can. ... lOe Tomatoes, No. 2 can lOc 15c Peas, 2 cans. . . 25c 15c Corn, 2 cans.. . 25c Spaghetti, large can lOc Kidney Beans, Ige. can lOc Tomato Soup, 5 cans 25c Pop Corn, 2 Ibs 25c Table Salt, .10 Ibs... 15c Fancy Onions, 3 Ibs. 1 Oc Mop Sticks, each. . . . lOc Peas, 4 cans 25c English Walnuts, Ib. 19c Peaches, 2 Ige. cans 29c FLOUR Jersey 'C re am, 4 9 Ibs... $1.65 Omar Flour, 49 Ibs.. .. $2.09 Oma, 49 His 51.7S Sunbeam Flour, 49 Ibs. 51.89 HONEY 2 Full Cakes DRIED FRUITS Prunes, 3 Ibs.. . . . . . 25c Prunes, large, 2 Ibs. 25c Best Peaches, per Ib. 19c Best Apricots, per Ib. 23c Raisins, 2-lb. pkg.. . 19c Dotes, 2 Ibs.. . . 19c Dotes, Pitted, 2 Ibs.. . 25c Figs, lOc, 3 pkgs... 25c RINSO;. .':,;· . . 19c LENTEN SUGGESTIONS Kippered Snacks, can 5c Sardines or Mackerel lOc Macaroni, 3 Ibs.. .'-'. . 25c Spaghetti, 3 Ibs.. . . . 2Sc Boneless Herring, Ib. 23c Cod Fish, 1-Ib. box. . 23c 15c Salmon, 2 cans. . 25c Salmon, small size. .' lOc Oil Sardines, 5 cans 25c Shrimp, can. . ; . . · . . . 15c Tuna Fish. . 15c and 25e Tapioca, 2 I b s . . . . . . 25c Get Your Cigarettes Here 512 First Street S. W. -. Phone 112-113-114 CUT RATE [GROCERY FELLOWSHIP . O F PRAYER Daily Lenten Devotional Prepared by Dr. ' Willard L. Sperry for the Federal Council of Churches of Christ ill America. Fifth Week--"Kidred Christian Virtues." PURITY Monday, .March 15. "Pure're- ligion and undefiled before God and the Father is this . . . to keep himself -unspotted f r o m the world." Head Acts 10:9-15. The early chapters of Genesis may not be literal astronomy, geology, history; but they are true to our m o r a l conscio u s n e s s. The main difference between a little child and a grown person is the innocence of the one and the lost innocence o£ the other. The "stain and slow contagion of the world" get at us. If we are using, words carefully we mean by "pure religion" very much SPERRY wat we mean by DR pure gold or pure water; something that is unalloyed, unadulterated. Purity is a matter of single-mindedness, of coming in the end'to care for what we call the life of the spirit more than for other things. In so far as we achieve anything like purity in mature life, we do so by an increasing single-mindedness which leaves less..', and less place lor worldly concerns which, when made ends in themselves, get us into trouble. . Prayer: O God, the Protector o£ all that trust in Thee, withbu! whom nothing is strong, nothing is holy; increase and multiply upon us Thy. mercy; that, Thofl being our Ruler and Guide, we may so pass through things temporal, that we finally lose not the things eternal. Amen. At the Hospitals A 'daughter.'weighing .8 pounds ll : /4 ounces was' born to Mr. anc Mrs.' Julius Hartwig, 320 Fourteenth street northwest, at the Mercy hospital Monday. Mary Ellen Gordon, Nortliwood was admitted to the Park hospita Saturday lor treatment. Mrs. George Burmeister, 941 East State street, was disrnissec from the Story hospital .Sunday following treatment. H. J. Fielding, 410 First stree northwest, was dismissed from th Park hospital Saturday following a major operation. , Mrs. Harold Aldinger and infan son, No. 5, Holahan apartments were dismissed from the Story hospital Monday. Mrs. T. E. Thompson, Cylinder was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday '. following treatment. . . - · · . . Amy' Steffen, Clear Lake, wat dismissed from the Park hospita Saturday following a minor operation. , "Mrs. Jay Taylor and infan daughter, 924 Fillmore avenu northwest, were dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday. A daughter was born to Mr. am Mrs. Leland Chehock, No. 3 Bulli. Court, at the P,ark hospital Saturday., A son .was born to Mr. and Mrs John Zahariades, 339 South Fed eral avenue, at the Park Hospita Saturday. 'Mrs. Mike Haddy, 420 Twentieth street southeast, was admitted t the Park hospital Sunday fo treatment. ' ·Mrs. Mary Irwin, Corwith, wa dismissed from the Park hospita Sunday following treatment. ;Mrs. Viola Mahie, 1640 Delaware avenue northeast, was admitted tc the Park hospital Sunday for a minor operation. Partnership Is Dissolved. ACKLEY--William Butts, wh 29 years ago in January formei a p a ' r t n e r s h i p with Charle Doepke, will retire from business The shoe store will continue unde the management of Mr. Doepke, Shop at Northern Iowa's Newest Clothing Dept. S E A R L Y T H I S Y E A R G E T Y O U R N E W S P R I N G C L O T H E S Now! Easter comes early this year . . . that means you'll want to get your spring clothes now so you'll be ai! set for that important dress-up day! We've made our preparations well in advance and can now show you one of the country's best selections of suits and topcoats! Every new spring style for men and young jnen in the most popular colors and patterns and :the finest fabrics are here in every price group. Choose your clothes this week, sure! $35 Others Priced from $16.95 up to $50 Your Easter outfit won't be complete unless you -top it off with a new tie. Our spring selection features fine silks and other fabrics, all handmade, in attractive patterns. 50c up to $1.50 Small Down Payment Delivers Any Garment Not because people-will see them, but for your own satisfaction, wear smart new underwear. The shirts are of soft combed yarn and the shorts of madras or broadcloth, plain or patterned. Per garment, 35c up to $1 silks and lightweight wools in patterns are tops for spring. Get several pair now and dress-right from head to toe for Easter. Per pr. 50cup to$l A New N A P BR I M Easter is the traditional new-hat time, but even i£ it wasn't Easter you'd find it difficult to resist the appeal of this smart new snap brim hat. Wider brimmed, lower crowned, it is here in' several new spring shades $2.95 A fresh, crisp, new shirt does wonders to brighten your entire appearance. And when your shirt is from this smart selection you don't have to worry about untidy collars. Plain colors, stripes, patterns and new dark tones with white collars and cuffs. $1.00 up fro $3.50 Your Credit is Good at WOLF'S MIER WOLF SONS

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