The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 4, 1934 · Page 11
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, May 4, 1934
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MAY 4 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN Mason City Fruit Co. PHONE 320 FKEE DBUVEKV :« F1UST ST. S. W. (Across- From the Old Postofficc) Specials for Friday and Saturday LOOSE WILES COOKIE DEMONSTRATION AND A COFFEE DEMONSTRATION ALL DAY SATURDAY SODA CRACKERS, Loose Wiles, 2 Ibs i.32c BUTTER, Very Best or Brookfield, Ib. 26c ORANGES, large size, dozen 28c and 30c HEAD LETTUCE, per head lOc; 2 heads for 15c POTATOES, Cobblers, peck 25c; 100 Ibs $1.60 EARLY OHIOS, 100 Ibs $l-bo CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, giant size, 5 bars 19c PALMOLIVE SOAP, 4 bars 19c CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP CHIPS, 5 Ibs 29c SUGAR, 10 Ib. bag 51c Nice Selection of Fresh Strawberries Full Line Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Clear Lake News Wallace Beery May Visit Cousin, John · Beery, at the Lake j CLEAR LAKE, May 4.--John W. Beery, Camp Grounds, has rented the Bruce cottage, just cast of the Surf ballroom to W. E. Banford, Mr. Banford is the Iowa manager of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer company and plans to bring his family here as soon as his daughter finishes her year's work at Drake university. This is the company which produces the Wallace Beery pictures, the last one, said by critics to be his best, being "Viva Villa," soon to be released. Mr. Beery expects to have his cousin, Wallace Beery, visit him at his home here this summer while cnroute east on one of his flying plane trips. GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS PAY Tittle Bros. Packing Company, Inc. 105 South Federal FllESH GROUND Hamburger 3 ibs. 10 C BABY BEEF ROAST Ib. 5c BOILING BEEF, lean Ib. 3c Phone Ate-Ate-Ate BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE Great Heart is fine fuel. We'll want some more next winter. Jt sure did all y.ou said it \vould. QUALITV COAL ONLY FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY BEEF CHUCK ROAST ..Ib. 8c VEAL STEW ..Ib. 5c If STEAKS KOCND and SIKLOIN « . . . I b . c IHEAL CHOPS ib. 7c 'ORR ROAST, lean : Ib. ~9c BEEF LIVER, sliced Ib. 9c BRICK CHEESE Ib. 16c SMOKED ^^ 5E or Half ib.12 GOVERNMENT INSPECTED MEATS MORRIS Food Store 321. Sixth St. S. W. TOBACCO Prince *i "i Albert, can JLM. RAISINS Seedless, pound SPAGHETTI fii c Can .. = . O 2 SODA CRACKERS 2 pound box ·"""""__ CAMAY^OAP 4 |0 C bars ·«· Complexion Cloth Free CORN Can _._.,,,._ Cigarette PAPERS Black Sea P. G. SOAP Giant bars, 7 for We Pay 14c a Dozen in Trade for EGGS ZI4 SO. FEDERAL HAMBURGER and SAUSAGE SPARE RIBS LEAN PORK STEAK LEAN FRESH PIG FEET NECK BONES . . . MEAT STEW . . . 2 ibs. 29 BABY BEEF ROAST . HOME MADE le LIVER SAUSAGE PEANUT BUTTER 2 Ibs, for BACON Sliced 1 LB. ROLLS BACON SQUARES Sugar Cured SMOKED PICNIC Sugar Cured Peaches Sliced S O Z . C A N Cleanser 3 Cans.. PRESERVES PURE 16 OZ. JAR XI/'E' W Daughters of Union j Vets Name Delegates to State Convention CLEAR LAKE, May 4.--Daughters of Union Veterans elected Mrs. Grace Fiske and Mrs. J. F. Charlesworth as delegates and Mrs. A. M. Olinger and Mrs. E. W. Winnie as alternates to the state convention at Des Moines June 10, 11 and 12. The group met Thursday night at the legion clubrooms. Plans were made to care for the flower bed in the city park again this year. able to find a job in Austin. At the time of the theft he was working as a farm hand on a farm neaii Holmes. Dr. Vizetelly tells us that Clnira- lambos Simopoulos, the name of tin- minister from Greece, is pronounced Hahrahlahmbos Seemopoolos. But still we're perplexed.--Manchester Cnion. Motorboat, Liquor Seized; 13 Persons Arrested in Raids ST. PAUL. May 4. i.-ri - .Seizure of a motorbofit, 355 £allon. of assorted liquors, .1,000 gallons oC mash, two stills and arrest of 13 persons by agents of the bureau of industrial alcohol was reported today by S. B. Qvale, regional director. Operatives confiseatcd the motorboat and still on a Mississippi river island near ' '.rlington. Two persons were arrested. Other arrests included two at Boulevard Night Club j Opened by P. Parker j and Harvey Wisely CLEAR LAKE, May 4.--The Bou- j levard, a night club on East Division street on highway IS, will be opened tonight under the management of Paul Parker, Mason City, and Harvey Wisely. The place is attractively decorated in red and black i and will accommodate about 70 persons at tables.' The floor in the front room has been waxed for dancing to mechanical music. Mrs. Bertha Conway of Kcnsett, formerly of Ventura, has been engaged an night cook. iMrs. Hughes Named Head of D.B.L. Club CLEAR LAKE, May 4.--D. B. L. club members were entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Mrs. Irving 7J«nsen home, East Main street, Thursday. Mrs. Ralph Ingersol, Mrs. F. P. Walker. Mrs. J. R. Whiteside, Mrs. H. S. Hushaw and Mrs. Jensen composed the serving committee. Mrs. M. P. Hughes was elected president of the club for the coming year. Mrs. L. E. Ashland received the prize for high score in bridge for the afternoon. Clear Lake Calendar Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom, Wit Thoma playing. Knutson for Governor club silver tea, city hall, 3, book review by Bertha Arvin. North Iowa conference track me-st. W. R. C. supper at I. O. O. F. hall, 6. Clear Lake Churches CONGREGATIONAL Sunday school at 10. Church services at 11. C. H. Plattenburg will give the address. Anthem, "The King of Love My Shepherd Is," by choir and a vocal solo by Mrs. W. L. Bennett. Congo club at 6:30.-W. B. Milne, pastor. METHODIST Church school, 9:45 o'clock. Special message by Dr. J. W. Mahood. Song service in charge of W. D. Pardun, Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon by Dr. J. W. Mahood. Chorus choir directed by Prof. W. D. Pardun. Mrs. Mason at the organ. Miss Clara Metcalf, pianist. Junior league at 2:30 p. m. Intermediate league at 6:30. Epworth league at 6:30 p. m. Evangelistic service at 7:30. A great song feast beginning promptly at 7:30 p. m. Special numbers under the direction of Professor Pardun. Gospel message by Dr. J. W. Mahood.--B. W. Riner, pastor.. ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN Confirmation class Saturday at 9 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:45 with classes for all ages. Morning worship at 11, sermon theme. "Jesus' Teachings on Prayer." Matt. 6:5-11. Music by the vested junior and senior choirs. Luther league program, at 7:30. The program will be by the vested junior choir of Our Savior's Lutheran church and members of Central Luther league with the Rev. Walter Kampen as speaker. Deborah circle meets Wednesday at C. P. McVicker home, South Third street, with Mrs. Milton Olson and Mrs. Kenneth Winnie entertaining. Mother and daughter banquet, May 14..-H. O. Unless, pastor. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Sunday school at 10. Mission society in charge of 11 o'clock service. Prayer meeting Thursday at 8. Ascension day Thursday, May 10. with preaching in Norwegian at 10:30.--S. M. Stenby, pastor. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Mass at 10. Confessions Saturday 4 to 5 o'clock.--Edward Supple, pastor. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Division street. Sunday school at 10. Morning services at 11. Preaching at 6:30.--Mrs. H. M. Dunsmore and James Miller, pastors. Man Sentenced to 10 Years for Auto Theft ourt at Clarion CLARION, May 4.--Hjalmer Iverson. 24, was sentenced to serve an indeterminate sentence of not to exceed 10 years in the state reformatory at Anamosa after he pleaded guilty Thursday to a charge of larceny of an automobile. Iverson was arrested in Austin, Minn., Wednesday with the stolen car in his possession. He admitted taking the car. which belongs to HelmicU Kvale. a farmer, while its owner was attending church April 22. Iverson told authorities he had intended to return the car as soon as he was byCc Experience Builds confidence Good will and reputation Blue Ribbon's claim To national fame Requires no explanation When once you buy You'll know just why This malt's so celebrated AM E R iC^^ It's thick, it's great Full three pound weight Of goodness concentrated Minot, N. Dalt.: one at Davenport, and one at Sioux City, two at DCS MoineM two at Omaha, and one al Norfolk, Nebr. The offenders were chained with violating the internal revenue laws. Gulistnn was the most famous work o£ the Persian poet Sadi. INSIST on the BEST Kellogg's Corn Flakes are the standard of quality everywhere-- by far the world's largest-selling rcady-to-eat cereal. Their flavor and crispness can't be copied. Always oven-fresh in the hcal-scaled "WAXTITE bag, inside the Easy-Open rcd-and-green package. Sold with the personal guarantee of W. K. Kellogg. Made by % Kellogg in Battle Creek. £ii::;:::::::::|::::::!:::;::::::i iijiiiilji F O E Q U A L I T Y PACKiH Better Meats 122 SOUTH FEDERAL Lower Prices PHONE 101 Specials for Saturday, Mon. [ TENDER BABY ROASTS CHOICE TENDKK YOUNG BEEF ARM, RIB, CHUCli LJG. LB. SLICED BACON 6'/ 2 c Ib. I ffff SAUSAGE 12 '/ 2 c Ib. CHOICE TENDER BEEF ROUND SIRLOIN STEAKS LB. LEAN TENDEU YOUNG LB. £ SHORT RIBS 3c 11). I LUNCH MEAT lOc Ib. LEAN TENDER YOUNG CHOICE TENDER JUICY COItNFED STEER BEEF KEsii TT7i?i7 9,, II, I iiii" Q A T T S A f i R 'ic Ib KOliM) AiJCljlljl 1 'Jt IU. ' (;ROI:M) O-^^ U o ^ l i . \ H j tJl i'^.i ROASTS, STEAKS. CHOPS | | LEAN SLXJAK CUHEU VEAL . . 5ib.BoxBae@n32 LB. HALF 01; WHOLE SLAV; [ Sucar (urcd Hams LB. .SLICED, lOc EACH 100% 1'UKE LB. PRICE UNIFORMLY LOW--VAY. LESS. LIVE ISETTKU Mason City's !.:irp;i'St !).itl:iy of (Jiuvlilv Meats WELL,! SEE YOU, TOO, USE PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR. I USE IT ALL THE TIME AND BOB SAYS MY BAKING IS DELICIOUS. I'M GLAD i TRIED IT. I WAS GETTING TIRED OF T R Y I N G T O S A V E MONEY ON C H E A P F L O U R A N D T H E N WASTING MY TIME AND INGREDIENTS ON SO MANY FAILURES. '®^ IBEST i \ '··- xxxx.? * t 1(.v c =' P I L L S B U R Y ' S Yes, X marks the spot where you sat at your bridge luncheon yesterday and realized how dismal that "bargain counter" coffee was. Wasn't it weird liow the presence of guests made you sense that uninspiring flavor? And to.think that your poor husband has been drinking such coffee! You thought he was satisfied -what's more, you tried to believe you were. And all of this regret because you felt you should economize on coffee. Let's not go through this experience again. Remember, you drink coffee by the cup-not by the pound. And when you buy Hills Bros. Coffee you'll get so many fine- lasting cups of coffee that you'll want to have the girls over for lunch again--at once!

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