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March 30, 1939

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

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Brugman Enters Iowa City Psychopathic Ward for Treatment GARNER--Lloyd A. Brugman left for Iowa City Wednesday to enter the psychopathic hospital for examination upon the suggestion of Judge Henry N. Graven, be- lore he appeared on a larceny charge. The Garner youth was accused of theft of domestic animals in an information filed against him by County Attorney Clark lovrien. Judge T. A. Beardmore o£ Charles City will conduct another short session of Hancock county district court in Garner Friday morning of this week. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Correct this sentence: "If she lias a child in school," said the mayor, "she knows whether the school has fire drill and proper fire escapes." -- Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. Flavor that Satisfies SAUDI TEA a-7 Louise Kubish Named President of Group CALMAR--Election of officers was held at the regular meeting of the Catholic Study club with the following officers installed: President, Miss Louise Kubish; vice president, Mrs. Marc Broihier and secretary and treasurer, Mrs. A. J. Frana. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 Afternoon Bridge Club of Crystal Lake Meets CRYSTAL LAKE--Mrs. Paul Anderson and Mrs. Chris Gillstrap were hostesses at a luncheon for the Afternoon Bridge club which met Tuesday afternoon at the Anderson home. High prize was awarded to Mrs. Andy Jannssen and low to Mrs. Elmer Jensen. NORTON is RE-ELE!CTED HAYFIELD--At a recent meet-, mg of the board of education, Supt. D. J. Norton was re-elected at an increased salary. If Willie expects his wishes to come true, in spite of facts and reason, don't ridicule him. He may become the leader of a great democracy.--Dubuque Telegraph- Herald. Thompson - O'Neil Co. Phone 312 SERVICE GROCERS Phone FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 312 Coffee, Ib. Folger's, Hills Bros., Ferndell 29c Grapefruit, doz..39c Large Fancy Texas Seedless MEATS Horn Loaf, Special, Ib.. .... Pecker's Ham Ends, 5-6 Lb;~ Average, Ib. Decker's Boneless Ham, Tender, 3 Slices. : Decker's Ham Shanks, 3-4 Ibs Lb. Flank Sfeaks, Tenderized for Swiss, Ib Ground Seef, I b . . . . ; . , . The Very Best Hams-All Sixes. . For Easter Order-'Nov. = Open Your April . Account Jlere . . POLAR BRAND FROSTED FOODS The Economical Way to Buy Fresher Foods Green Peas Green Corn Green Beans Fresh Spinach Lima Beans Asparagus Peaches Cherries Strawberries FRESH RHUBARB Ibs.... 25c CARROTS CALIFORNIA Bunch 5c ONIONS or RADISHES for . . lOc Griddle Mix PANCAKE FLOUR, « f^ 3-lb. Pkg ........ 15C _ With Coupon Softasilk CAKE FLOUR, -- _ Large Pkg ........ A / C Mrs. Rogers' Home- Made Pastry. Home-Made BREAD .;' lOc RUSSET POTATOES U. S. No. I, 15-lb. Mesh Bog. . OXYDOL DEAL I Large Oxydol ...... 21 c 1 Medium Leva Soap. . 1c Both 22c MAGIC WASHER, Large Pkg.. 22c TEMFTATERS 52C Fancy Banquet Russets H 10 Lb Bae Cut Rate Grocery --' We are out of the high rent district and ore passing the saving on to you DRIVE OVER AND SEE US--WE HAVE PLENTY GOOD PARKING SPACE FOR ALI no PH9NE US - WE ARE AS CLOSE AS YOUR TELEPHONE FREE DELIVER? We carry all items featured at the Mason City Globe-Gazette Cooking School and our · PRICES ARE RIGHT Butter Creamery, Brodkfield Ib. Raisins L 15c KRAFT'S CHEESE, 2-lb. Box 24c|Sugar Crystal, Cloth Bags. Bacon, Ib. 25C Milk 25c 47c VEGETABLES Green Onions, 3 bunches . lOc Good Potatoes, jik 33c Head lettuce, Ige 8c-10c Celery, bunch 10c-15c Sauer Krauf, ql. can". . . . lOc Kadislics, 3 bunches . . . lOc Corn or Peas, lOc, 3 for . . 25c ISc Peas. 2 cans i5 c 13c Corn. 2 cans 25c Kidney Beans. Igc. can .. lOc Lima Beans, large can ... lOc Spinach, large can lOc Large Cauliflower, head . 19c Carnation Milk, 4 iarge cans. . . . 28c White Flour, 5-lb. sack ....'. 19 C Baby Stewart Salad Dressing, full qts. 25c or Spaghetti, 3 Ibs.. . . 25c 25c Pure Vanillq, Bot. 19c Miracle Whip, qf 37 C Peanut Butter lOc, 15c, 25c Best Nut Meats, Ib.. . 49c 15c Salmon, 2 cans. . . 25c Palmolive Soap, b a r . . . 5c Mar. Red Cherries, faot. I0c Tea Sifrings, Ib. pkg. 12c Cocoanuf, pkg.. . lOc, 15c Argo Starch, 3 Ibs 25c I5c Grapefruit, 2 cans 25c Bliss FLOUR 3Ib. sacks Graham, AVholc Wieat, Bark Rye 19c 10 Ib. sack 35c 15c Vanilla Flavor, 8 oz lOc Toilet Paper, 1,000 Sheets, 5 rolls. ...25c Brooms, Good Ones 39 C , 49 C 59c 8c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs.. .' 25c Coffee c 2 ; nb 3Sc Honey Les 25c Catsup b lOc ---- Rfaso ^r 18c 25c Sani-Ffush, can 19 C Ammonia, Quart Botrte lOc Peaches or Apricots, quart can 15c Tuna Fish, large can lOc, I5c, I8c Carrots, Kidney or Baked Beans 5 cans 25c Good Luck, Ib 19c lOc Puffefs, 2 pkgs.. . 15c Asparagus Tips, c a n . . 15c Peets Soap, 7 for 25c lOc Spaghetti, 3 cans 25c lOc Hominy, 3 c a n s . . 25c Prince Albert or Velvet lOc lOc Baked Beans, 3 for 25c Brown Sugar, 4 Ibs.. . . 25c Kitchen Towels, Roll . . 9c FLOUR FREE Oven Best 49 !b. Sack $1.39 5-lb. Sack Free FLOUR Jersey Cream, 49 Ibs. 9ac Tru Bin, 49 Ibs S1.29 Omar, 49 Ibs S1.45 Occident, 49 its $1.59 Morshmallows, bag lOc and 15c 300 Size Lemons, Doxen 25e Tomato or Vegetable Soup, 5 cans. . . 25c 15c Clothes Bluing,' bottle ]Qc Cocoa in 3 :. 14c CRACKERS, 2-lb. Box . . FRUIT Oranges, 2 dozen lobby's Mix. Fruit, Ige. can Grapefruit, 7, 10, 12 for Sluffcd Dates, Ib Pitted Dates, 2 Ibs White Cherries, qt. cans . Mixed Fruit, qt. cans .... Primes, 2 Ibs. large Prunes, 3 ibs. med Dried Peaches, 2 Ib3 tibby's Best Peaches, qt lOc Mixed Fruits, 3 cans incapple. 3 cans 25c 15c 25o 25c 2oc 25c 2Sc 2Sc 25c 25c Salt 15c 1 Flashlight FREE with the purchase of 2 pkgs. Wheatics. 23e Chocolate or Sandwich Cookies T 19c Phones, 11 2, .113,114 Get Your Cigarettes Here Oranges, Sweet 'and Juicy Navel, « Qc «Ac Dozen M.y t 512 First Street S. W. . *M C 39 HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Has Job in aifssouri CHAPIN--Barton Barney, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Barney, left Tuesday for SpVingfield, Mo., where he has a position in a creamery. Barton just graduated from Ames college. Visit With Parents BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Courson of Des Moines are visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Courson. Visit at Slbley MESEHVEY _ The Rev. E. Kampman, accompanied by John P. Pals, left on Tuesday morning for Sibley where they will attend classes which are in session there. Visits at Dougherty DOUGHERTY--Sister M. Irene of Mount Loretta, Dubuque is visiting at the convent here. Visits With Parents DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. Ver- Jand Wagner drove from Delmar Saturday and spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs John Wagner. Leave for Rochester COULTER--Mr. and Mrs. Chris Peterson and Miss Gerda Hanseii left Sunday for Rochester where they will be under observation at t^e Mayo clinic. Are Miller Visitors MILLER--Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gillenfelt, accompanied by fhe latter's sister, Mrs. Diela Wetzel and daughter of St. Paul,' were guests in the home of Mi-, and Mrs. H. A. Schott Monday evening. Visitors From Watervillc CHESTER _ Mrs. Sherman itoakes and little daughter, Barbara of Watcrville, Minn are spending a week at the parental Jake Derr home. Goes to Grand Forks, N. Dak HANLONTOWN -- M a y n a I- 1 Westberg left Tuesday for a visit with home folks at Grand Forks, N. Dak. He accompanied Byron Pierce as far as Fargo, N. Dak where Mr. Pierce transacted business. Visitors at Kanawha KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bales of Minneapolis, Minn., spent ·the weekend . with Mrs. Bales' mother, Mrs. Verne Kenney. Visitor From Ona\va HANLONTON --Reuben Hall employed \yith the federal loan at Onawa, was a weekend visitor with the Hall families north of Clear Lake. Entertaining Club SHEFFIELD -- Mrs. A H Hinken entertained the members of her afternoon bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Visits iu Minnesota RAKE--Mrs. Carrie Rake is spending the week with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Williams in Mankato Minn. ' Visitors in Minneapolis BELMOND~Dr. and Mrs. G F bteele were ' business callers in Minneapolis, Minn., last Friday. Visitors From Brooklyn WODEN--Mr. 2nd Mrs. Charles Launsberry and daughter and Mr and Mrs. Ray Mitchell of Brooklyn, spent Sunday at the home of then- parents', Mr. and Mrs. Herman Helm. At Parental Home HANLONTOWN--Mrs. Edward Husome and baby of Huxley ' spent the weekend with her par-' ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Oswald. | Returns From Hudson PLYMOUTH--Mrs. J. W. Davies ! returned Monday from Hudson where she spent the past week visiting her daughter. Visitors at Hake RAKE--Mrs. Lloyd Fraizer'and daughter, Karen, of Maxwell arrived Monday to visit friends and relatives here a few days. Parents of Daughter HARDY--Mr. and Mrs. Noah Anliker are the parents of a daughter, Rachel Ruth, born on Thursday. Home From Florida BELMOND _ Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Jennings returned Monday afternoon from Florida where they have spent the last nine weeks. Goes to Chicago DOUGHERTY--R. J. McManus went to Chicago Tuesday. Is From Minneapolis DUMONT--H. B. Scott came trdm Minneapolis Saturday and spent the' weekend with his wife and son, Larry. Visitors at Britt MANLY--Mrs. Ivan Chapman and daughter have spent the last week at Britt visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Percy Loomer ' Visitor From Ruthven MILLER--Mrs. Ole Thorson of Ruthven visited in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Will Schow. Go to Minneapolis CHESTER--Darrall Arrtstrong and Everett Hogue were business visitors in St. Paul Monday. Arc From Farmers City, III KANAWHA--Mr. and Mr*.' R. E. Trainor returned Sunday from Farmers City, 111., where they were called by the death of Mrs Trainer's mother, Mrs. Katherine Ackerman. Interment was made at Rowe, Ind. Low Prices! For Quality Merchandise FEDERAL FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET North Federal -- Across From the Hartford PHONE 542 Kraft's American . or Briek 2 _ lb Box French Dressing Kraft's, Pint Bottle.. Cherries N c a n°55c Crisco 3c Qb n49c Oxydol or Dreft I9c P.8G.Soap B r 5 fo ;i7c Camay Soap Bar 5c If flfllr'c HARDWATER « ^ A ·mirit, a CASTILE 3 f or IOC Oxydol str 53c Soda Crackers 21« 12c Graham Crackers 2 £· L|c Butter cTntry Lb .25c Picntrc Hormel ' s t e i / « i * 1VIIIV3 Tender'd Lb *5/2C Decker's Conned Hams can ound : Mo1 ;... 69c Pure Lard ^.T'/ic Maxwell House Coffee Oranges £ Grapefruit Potatoes !aUri»iL°.°.. lbi ::::: I!:?? Head Lettuce 2 I O f 15c FRESH SPINACH, ENDIVES, BEETS R A D I S H E S TURNIPS, CUCUMBERS, DANDELION GREENS 2Vi-lb. Con 50C s Sunkist or *. M *» Dozen Z^C Texas Seedless, tf*** Extra Large . . . . 6 f o r A j C 21 To fi Woman, Every Dny is "EXOSITIOJV" Da, Windows ate altL'ajs in range of critical i)-is... the firmmaii"Ex- posilion" of fi'try zfomait's flows* fieiping. jYalamllj, l!:t cmtaim must be fmil ami dainty alyajf. Coffee is -vulnerable to every taste Food that is just ordinary in quality generally escapes criticism. But ordinary coffee is not so fortunate. For coffee has become the "Exposition"of the meal. If it is off inflavor, it is the target of botli mild and sharp comments. Is it any wonder that good housekeepers put their faith in Hills Bros.Coflcc? L'very steaming cup invites this praise--"Now that's what I call good cojfte!" For Gi years millions have drunk Hills Bros. Coffee with pleasure and served it with pride. H I L L S B R O S C O F F E E This is true nutritionally, and also from the standpoint 'of flavor, satisfaction, and general goodness. Y o u learned how important meat is at Globe-Gazette Cooking School this week. Easter Sale25 GRUPP'S BRISKET Corned Beef, Ib. 23c LOIN END Pork Chops, ib.. 18c LARGE PACKAGE Climalene .... 21c LARGE BOX RITZ Crackers 22c BEEF POT Roast, I b . . . . . . iSc DECKER'S KORN KIST Bacon, Ib...... 29c PILLSBURY'S BEST Flour, 49 Ibs.. $1.69 No. 2 CAN TEXAS G R A P E F R U I T Juice ioc 1 f v A I P A M E D 1 U M SIZED CAKE OF LAVA SOAP FOR 1c WITH ·* . A C JALC. PURCHASE OF 1 LARGE SIZE PKG. OF OXYDOL AT . 23C FANCY ROMAN BEAUTY ies, 4 Ibs... 22c SNOW-WHITE Parsnips, 3 Ibs.. Come Here for Cooking School Cuts CALIFORNIA NAVEL Oranges, 2 doz. 33c CRISPY Radishes Ji'h 9 :... lOc

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