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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 3 1934 FUNERAL HELD FORHIPRUSIA D a v i d K. Kratz Delivers Sermon; Burial at Elmwood. Funeral services for Howard Isaiah Prusia, 75, who died at his home, 422 Washington avenue northwest, Monday afternoon, were held at the Church of Christ Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. David I,. Kratz, pastor of the church, was in charge of the services. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. Mr. Krate lauded the work of Mr. Prusia, who was a Christian worker throughout his life. He was chairman of the building committee when the first Church of Christ was erected and was again appointed to head such a committee in 1916 when the new church was built following the destruction of the other by fire. Mr. Prusia served the church seven years as Sunday school su- perintendent and as an elder of the congregation from the time the church was organized in 1891. Mr. Prusia was editor and business manager of the Mason City Christian, a publication issued in the interest of the church, and was state superintendent of the Young Men's Car- aca( movement, a Bible study organization. His Sunday school class had an' enrollment of 185 at one time. He was also a member of the board of trustees of Drake university and was interested in the Y. M. C. A. and scout movements of the city. The four surviving sons, Ray E., Mason City; Claude W., Des Moines; H. I., Jr., Kewanee, 111., and Ivan K. Minneapolis, were pallbearers. Tall Thermometer On Way Construction of the colossal thermometer in Paris has been started and shortly its 525 feet of temperatures will be flashing throughout the day. It will be controlled by a small master thermometer, as the huge Eiffel clock is controlled by a diminutive edition of itself. The en tire thermometer will be 984 feet high, only a foot lower than the Eiffel tower. Enjoy this invariable freshness "SAliDA" TEA "Fresh from the Gardens" KROPMAN GROCERY 19 Ninth St. N. E. We Deliver HOME-OWNED STORE OF QUALITY FOODS Specials for Friday and Saturday BUTTER, Ib -27c. SUGAR, 10 Ibs -- . 50c BLACKBERRIES, per gallon .,, 44c SPINACH, No. 2'/ 2 can, 2 cans 25c PRUNES, 3 Ibs - - -25c NOW FOR OUR lOc SALE No. 2 can Mayflower CORN, each --10c N6.J can Mayflower TOMATOES, each _...__10c No. 2 can Mayflower PEAS, per can lOc No. 2 can Mayflower Green Cut BEANS, ea. lOc No. 2 can Mayflower Wax Cut BEANS ea lOc PORK and BEANS, Jack Sprat, No. 2'/i can ...lOc 24 oz. bottle VINEGAR (40 grain) ...._ lOc PALMOLIVE SOAP, 3 bars 17c Cannon Complexion Cloth Free With 4 Bars Camay Soap THIS IS THE LAST FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OF THE HEINZ SALE, SO LADIES, FILL YOUR PANTKIES STARTER MASH, 100 Ib. bag $2.15 APPLE BUTTER, No. 2!/ 2 can lOc SODA CRACKERS, 2 Ibs -19c MR. FARMER: We are paying 15c a dozen in trade for eggs. Bring us your country butter. H you want good things to eat-come to Kropman's. FOOD l ANVIL IE B Â·PHONE sw QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES' A COMPLETE FOOD SERVICE WE HAVE QUALITY FOODS AT LOW PRICES HEINZ FOOD SALE THIS WEEK 25k BUTTER, 92 score, Ib. ICE CREAM MIX, f A Try it. Pkg lv^ CIGARETTES, 1 A _ Carton Â§1.37, pkg. l*tt KING OSCAR Sardines, 2 for 35c Snacks, 2 for loc DECKER'S FRANKFURTERS, Import Style, cai CRACKERS, 2-lb. caddy GINGERALE, I P 24-oz. bottles 1JC BEER -- ALL KINDS Bottle or Case Order With Your Foods Occident FLOUR, 49-lb. bag '2.13 17c 46c SUGAR-5 Ibs. Brown 25c 3 Ibs. Powdered.... 19c 10 Ibs. Beet 51c BLACK PEPPER, '/:-lb. tin BULK COCOANUT, Fresh, l i b GAL. CHERRIES, No. 10 tin CAMAY SOAP -- WASH CLOTH and 4 bars P. and G. SOAP, 6 Giant bars.. CHIPSO, large TOILET PAPER, 2, 3 and 4 for SANI-FLUSH, OA Brush Free, 2 cans*Â»Â»/C 17c QUALITY MEATS -- CHICKENS HOME-BAKED FOODS MADE IN OUR OWN KITCHENS MRS.HENTHORN, 72, DIES HERE Was Prominent in Several Organizations Before Health Failed. Mrs. F. C. Henthorn, 72, died at her home, 106 Twentieth street southeast, at 12:50 o'clock Thursday morning, following a long illness. She had been a resident of Cerro Gordo county since 1903 when the family came here from Waukon. Olive M. Raymond was born at Waukon, Dec. 14, 1861. Her father was a Civil war veteran and while he was still in service, her mother, together with an older sister and herself, moved to Ulster township in Floyd county, where they resided with her grandparents. Lived at Waukon. When her father returned from army service, the family returned to Waukon, where Miss Raymond grew to womanhood. She was married to F. C. Henthorn Sept. 21, 1879, at Waukon. Four years ago last September they celebrated their golden wedding. Mrs. Henthorn was a member of the Spanish American war veterans auxiliary and of the American Legion auxiliary. For many years she was a member and office holder in the Rebekah lodge. She was a memher of the Olivet Methodist church, hut of late years her health had kept her from being active in the organizations to which she belonged. Five Children Survive. Surviving Mrs. Henthorn are her husband and five children, A. C, Henthorn of Hazelton, Mrs. A. J. Gren, Mrs. Edith Rice, and Mrs. C. I. Wood of Mason City, and A. W. Henthorn of Marquette. A pair of twins and one other child died in infancy. Four grandchildren, Mrs. Lewis Cordle and Robert Rice of Mason City, Billy Henthorn of Mar quette and Lloyd Henthorn of Hazel ton, and three sisters, Miss Clair Raymond, Waukon, Mrs. C. F. Emmet of Artesion, S. Dak., and Mra Sylvia Painter, Mason City and one brother, W. A. Raymond, Nora Springs also survive. Funeral services will be held at the First Baptist church Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. A. W. Caul, pastor of the church, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The body Is at the McAuley funeral home. nue southwest, won that district's second prize, a 51 award. Expresses Appreciation. Dean S. L. Rugland of the Mason City Junior college, chairman of the Junior Chamber cleanup week committee, expressed sincere appreciation of the co-operation of the participants in the contest and of local businessmen and city officials in helping to make the contest and the week's campaign a success. The results obtained by the students who entered the contest showed evidence of a great deal of hard work, according to Dean Rugland, the high, winds and dust storms adding to the difficulties of cleaning up the yards. CLEANUP MEET PRIZES GIVEN Awards Made to 8 Mason City Students by Junior Chamber of Commerce. Eight students, three of them girls, were awarded prizes Thursday afternoon for doing the best jobs of cleaning their yards in the cleanup contest staged last week by the local Junior Chamber of Commerce. Iva Belle Nagel, 1228 Madison avenue northwest, and Myrle Austin, 155 Fourteenth street northwest, won cash prizes of ?2 and $1, respectively, as first and second prizes for their work in cleaning up their yards. These awards were given for excellence in the northwest quarter of the city as divided by State street and Federal avenue. Receive Prizes. In the southeast quarter first and second prizes of $2 and $1 were awarded to Virgil Bridgfeford, 57S Fourteenth street southeast, anc Edward Jarosh, 518 Ninth street southeast. William O'Dormell, 232 Seventh street northeast, was given $2 receiving the only award made in the northeast quarter, while the 52 first prize was split between Bill Blackmore, 1034 Third street southwest, and Walter J. Sweet, 1016 Third street southwest. Lilian Jones, 2605 Jefferson ave- MRS, PHILLIPS, 86, SUCCUMBS Lived in Mason City for 24 Years; Is Survived by Two Daughters. Mrs. Mary Phillips, 86, died at her home, 412 Sixth street southwest, at 8 o'clock Thursday morning. She had been a resident of Mason City for the past 24 years, having come here from the south, where she was born at Marietta, Ga., March 10, 1848. Surviving Mrs. Phillips are her two daughters, Zula Phillips, who resided with her mother, and Mrs. Elizabeth Kellogg, Mason City, and a granddaughter, Mrs. C. P. Blatz, Sun Prairie, Wis., and three great grandchildren, George Allen, Clements Peter, Jr., and Katherine Batz, all of Sun Prairie. Funeral arrangements had not been made Thursday. The body was taken to the McAuley funeraj home. Smugglers Use Trenches Smugglers along the Northern Ireland-Irish Free State border are reported to be using old battle trenches in moving cattle from one country to the other. John Sheery was fined 51,020 recently in New- townbutler, Northern Ireland, for having forded animals across a stream at Ciontivern, Irish Free State, and driving them through an old line of trenches in Northern Ireland. ILLNESS FATAL TO TREMOR, 52 Funeral Services Will Be Conducted Saturday at St. Joseph's. Frank A. Treanor, 52, who resided at 803 Van Buren avenue southwest, died at a local hospital about 8:50 o'clock Wednesday evening: following a brief illness. Mr. Treanor was born Aug. 3, 1881 at Fort Dodge. He moved to Webster City from Ft. Dodge in 1904 and resided there until Aug. 3, 1920, when he came to Mason City. He was employed at the Northwestern States Portland Cement company while he resided in Mason City. On June 17, 1903, Sir. Treanor was married to Clara Johnson at Ft. Dodge. Surviving Mr. Treanor are his wife and two sons, Frank and Thomas of Mason City, his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Treanor of Des Moines, three sisters, Mrs. Carl Dailey and Mrs. Roy Patterson of Des Moines, and Mrs. H. M. Roper, Ft. Dodge, and three brothers, Clem and Lloyd of Des Moines, and Charles of Iowa Falls. Two grandchildren also survive. Mr. Treaner was preceded in death by one brother. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at the St. Joseph Catholic church. The Right Rev. P. S. O'Connor, pastor of the church, will be charge of the services. Burial will be in the St. Joseph cemetery. The body will lie in state at the Meyer funeral home until the time of the services. The Rosary will be said at the Meyer funeral home at S o'clock Friday evening. Correct this sentence: "The more we educate people." said the man, "the less trouble we. have."--Cedar Rapids Gazette. Success to the SNYDER - STORE D lAMDto ALL-BUTTER MASON CITY BAKING CO. TNOMPSiN-DEAN fÂ» 217 ilRVIff CMC [Rf PHONE ZI9 Take advantage of our prompt delivery service, when the weather is good and you have other matters to attend to or when the weather is stormy, we are always glad to hear our telephone ring. Quality merchandise was never sold on a closer margin and our stock was never more complete, including fresh fruits, berries, fresh meats, fresh vegetables, and home-made pastry. Our service also includes 30 day accounts which we cordially invite you to take full advantage of MEAT DEPARTMENT Beef Roasts, Ib .. 12'/ 2 c-15c Cut From Corn-Fed Beef Home Made Bologna, 2 rings 15c Home Made Wienies, Ib 18c Pork Roasts, loin ends, Ib loc FRESH KILLED HENS BROILERS Camay Soap, 4 bars 19c Wash Cloth Free Palm Olive Soap, 5 bars Soap Flakes, 5 Ib. pkg. -Blue Barrel Sugar, 10 Ibs. 51c Tomato Juice, 3 cans 25c Very Fine. IS oz. Cans Chocolate, Jack Sprat, '/2 Ib 15c Chocolate, Bakers, /2 Ib 19c Clapps Baby Food, 2 for 25c Calumet Baking Powder, Ib 27c Corn, 3 cans 25c No. 3--Desire Tomatoes, 2 cans - 25c No. 2l/j--Elcono Coffee, Folgers, Ib. 32c Salmon, 1 Ib. Jack Sprat 19c Home Made Bread and Pastry It's Economy to Buy Quality Communists Accused by Montana Sheriff of Inciting Trouble PLENTYWOOD, Mont., May 3. 'IP)--Communists were accused by Sheriff Hans P. Madsen today of laving lea a group or farmers in a battle against peace officers at a mortgage foreclosure sale near here. The farmers, who said they were members of the Montana Holiday association, clashed with Sheriff Madsen and 30 deputies yesterday when the officers attempted to sell a harvesting combine upon which a threshing machine company had foreclosed. Although equipped with sidearms and shotguns the officers were unable to stop the charging farmers until a fire hose was turned upon them. The machine was sold to a representative of the thresher company. TRY AVERYDALE BRAND GUARANTEED FKESH EGGS From Hen to You in 24 Hours PHONE 3693 BEST WISHES to the SNYDER KITE WAY STORE BUY PURITY BAKERY PRODUCTS AT SNYDER'S PURITY BAKERY 216 South Federal Ave. CONGRATULATIONS-SNYDER S STORE ON YOUR OPENING WE AKE GLAD 1'OU WILL HANDLE VERY BEST DAIRY PRODUCTS FARM PRODUCTS CO. Congratulations SNYDER Â£Â£? STORE On Your Grand Opening BY THE MAKERS OF "VITAMIN D" Bread PFAFF BAKING CO. OPEN HOUSE AT -SNYDER'S RITE -WAY STORE 616 SOUTH FEDERAL ^ SATURDAY MAY FIFTH FREE DEMONSTRATIONS BANANAS ii Dozen 19 PostToasties SMALL, 4 for CONDENSED MILK . 4 cans 17 NEW CARROTS, bunch NEW CABBAGE, A| c nound Kt NEWPO- TOTAOES, 5 Ibs. BUTTER Per Ib. 26* SUGAR 10 Ibs c GELATIN DESSERT, 3 for 13 SOAP, Big 4, 10 for P. A. and Velvet TOBACCO, can 11 SODA Crackers, 2 Ibs. 19' FLOUR 49 Ib. Sack Jersey Cream $1.49 Prunes, Loganberries, Apricots and Pears, No. 10 can Corn, Tomatoes, Wax Beans, 2 cans 19' PALMOLIVE Â·Â« A c SOAP, 4 bars It? New RADISHES, bunch .'. CAMAY SOAP, 4 bars 19 LARD Â· 4 PORK CHOPS END CUTS, 2 LBS MINCED HAM 2 LBS SEE THE "R" GROCER ADVERTISEMENT FOR ADDITIONAL SPECIALS FARMERS--WE WANT YOUR EGGS PHONE 1800 FREE DELIVERY A SPECIAL SURPRISE IS IN STORE FOR ALL THOSE WHO VISIT THIS PLACE OF BUSINESS ON SATURDAY, MAY 5th!