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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 22, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 22 · 1937 THREE TO LEAVE FOR LEPER COLONY Sister M. Annunciata to Join Nursing Staff of Colony in British Guiana. Sister M. Annunciata, formerly of Mercy hospital, who some time ego volunteered lor nursing service in the foreign mission field, has been appointed to the nursing staff of the Machica hospital in the leper colony near Georgetown,. British Guiana, South America. She expects to begin her journey on April 1G arrive at the mission colony about May 1. The leper colony to which Sister M. Annunciata will go is 22 miles east of Georgetown, about 3 miles from the town of Machica. The colony is on the coast, not on an island as is commonly supposed. The colony is divided into sections (called compounds) for men and women, and there are two small houses for boys and girls. Other buildings house the staff and attendants, and there are storage and supply rooms and a power plant. Of the 300 patients, not more than 25 are white. The others are Negroes and East Indians. In the compounds are cottages for patients able to get around and a building for patients who are ill, blind or greatly crippled. Conditions in the colony are not ideal, but visitors find an air oE cheerfulness that greatly impresses them. The work accomplished by the crippled hands of many of the patients is always amazing. Women who have losl the first joint o£ their thumbs and two joints of all their fingers do beautiful crocheting and sewing Most of the women patients cook in kitchens provided for them Patients able and willing to work are given four hours employmenl daily at a small wage. Children oi school age attend class four hours daily, four days a week. Nearly al the clothes for the women arc ade by seamstresses in the col- ny, and footwear o£ very good uality for everyone is made by ·orkers in a shoe shop there, here is a tailor shop to make and :pair men's clothes. The hospital in the colony has nade very satisfactory progress in le treatment of cases of leprosy etected in the early stages. When reatment is given in time, ampu- ation is unnecessary, and there is o reabsorption. Dr. Rose, the col- ny physician, has had unusual uccess in the handling o£ early ases. Every week there are pa- ients discharged from the colony s cured. Leprosy itself rarely ills, most deaths occurring as a esult of complications. One wom- n has resided in the colony 45 ·ears; a man 43 years. The colony in British Guiana is 'etter situated and better equipped ban many in other parts of the vorld. Electricity and good water re available, and the cottages are uilt on stilts a story above the ground, so the occupants get the " ' of an almost constant sea reeze. There are shower baths on he ground floor and also dressing ooms, where attendants change heir clothing when' going to and eturning from the compounds. Are You A Weak Woman? w o m e n ho th young and middle aged suffer from periodic pains, headache, pains in side or back, from ncrvou5ncss t irritability and discomforts associated with functional disturbances. They- should try that vegetable tonic favorably known far 70 years as Dr. Plerce's Favorite Prescription Rcru, this Mrs Tdgar Ncal of 1900 12th St, Council B tuffs, loiva, said: "C have user. Dr. Picrcc's Favorite Prescription and con stder it wonderful as a woman's tonic. The, 'Prescription' strengtlitncd me and. hel to relieve mt of that tired fc«Une." r\ew size, tablets 50 ,cK Large SIM, , tabs or liquid, 51.35. Go to your druggiil (cdav _;· Ccnwlt Dr. Pierce's CIJnir^Buffalo^Nr-'Yi "lynn Says Christ's Kingdom Is in Minds of All Who Believe How it was that throngs in Je- usalern hailed Jesus on Palm Sunday and a few days latev crucified lim, was e x p l a i n e d by Dill. E. Flynn in his sermon at the Tirst Methodist church Sunday morning. An audience w h i c h packed the church heard him joint out that the Jews wanted a .emporal ruler, one who woulc overthrow Roman domination, anc were severely disappointed when they learned that Jesus' kingdom was to be a spiritual kingdorr only. In describing the spiritual kingdom, Dr. Flynn pointed out hov everything that one sees and hears is subject to interpretation and, to the individual, is merely what h interprets it to be. 'Similarly, the spiritual kingdom is what the individual interprets it to be. It is a kingdom of the mind, not physical Only as this spiritual kingdom brings kindness in hearts does i have a bearing on life in thi: world. Special music was presented bj the choir, which appeared in blacl robes. DOLL EXHIBIT TO BE INTERESTING t Will Be One of Divisions of Girls' Hobby Show at Y.W.April 7-10. One of the outstanding of the ntries for the girls' hobby show .t the Y. W. C. A. April 7 hrough April 10, will no doubt e the doll exhibit. The Wa-Tan-Ye club of Mason iiy is offering a trophy cup in his division. This cup will be awarded to the girl with the best ill-around exhibit. This division vill be under the supervision of Mrs. Ray B. Pauley and Mrs. E. Sernett. Want More Entries. It is hoped that there will be great many more entries in his group than in previous hobby ihows. The committee emphasized he fact that the entries will not be judged alone on the number of dolls entered. There are many other factors to be taken into consideration. If a girl shows in- erest in her collection, i£ the dolls are clean and neat, if they ire cleverly dressed, or well ar- ·anged, any or all of these points will be used. A girl may have a collection of 'oreign dolls, or dolls oE one size, dolls dressed entirely by the girl herself; there are many many variations which may be considered in planning this exhibit. Must Use Care. One place where care must be used in making up tlie exhibit is to be sure that all the dolls ir one collection belong to the individual girl exhibiting same. I dolls belong to more than om, person in a family it should be entered in the family hobby division. IE there is any question whicl any girl may have regarding en tering dolls in this division Mrs Ray E. Pauley will be happy li answer it if called on the telephone. Her number is 811. Shows Pictures of Mexico. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--Tli Gordonsville Community club me in the hall. The Kiwanis club o Albert Lea put on the program Attorney William P. Sturtz gave a talk, illustrated with moving pictures of his recent trip to Mex ico City. · · · ' · · Little Symphony Presented. ALGONA--The Algona Littl Symphony presented its annua spring concert assisted by gues artists and the Bel Canto musi club of Algona at the high schoo auditorium with an attendance o some 300 persons. Dwane H. Col lins conducted. Solos were givei by Miss Miriam Evans of Liver more, contralto and Miss Marth Helen Nelson of Emmetsburg, vi olinist. Visit at Webster City. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Aber Hal vorspn and daughters, Avis an Marilyn, spent the week-end wit relatives 'at Webster City 'an Jewell. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor. LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 2.96-J Residence Phone 67 'Love Triumphant" Given at Methodist Church by Choir CLEAR LAKE--A large crowd Uended the presentation of "Love Triumphant," a sacred cantata, at he Methodist church Sunday evening. Harold Payne directed the hoir, Mrs. Harry Mason presided at the organ and Miss Sunne Hein -ead excerpts from "Tor, a Steer 3oy of Jerusalem" to form con- inuity for the musical numbers )y the choir and duets and quartet features by different members. The cantata was very well received according to reports from hose who attended. LATIN STUDENTS STAGE BANQUET Roman Dress, Decorations, Foods, Customs Featured. "riends Surprise Mr., Mrs. James White on Wedding Anniversary CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. James White, who reside on a "arm north of Clear Lake, were pleasantly surprised Sunday af- :ernoon when a group of 55 friends and relatives came in to help them celebrate their forty-fifth wedding anniversary. A fine picnic dinner was served at 1:30, a group of small tables being used. A three-tier wedding cake maked by their daughter, Mrs. G. O. Sanderson, Fertile, formed part of the menu. The tables were decorated with Easter lillies, snap-dragons and roses brought by their daughters. Among those present was another daughter, Mrs. Pearl Yungglas and two children, John and Pauline, Waterloo. During the afternoon a program was given.-Verlyn Lee sang a song and two grandchildren, James Oliver and Anna Mary Sanderson gave a group of songs and readings. Mrs. Carl Bruchncr of Clear Lake took a picture of the nine members of the family present and the remainder of the time was spent in visiting, reminiscing and looking at pictures of the first wedding party. The original event took place at Bloomington, 111., March 23, 1892. Mr. and Mrs. While were presented a gift of money by thoss present. Mrs. Sanderson and Mrs. H. C. Bruchner planned the celebration. FREE PRIZES FOR AN IDEA! FIRST PRIZE $ 15.00 Cash $150.00 Credit Voucher SECOND PRIZE $ 10.00 Cash $100.00 Credit Voucher THIRD PRIZE $ 5.00 Cash $75.00 Credit Voucher fej^s***' Vi^^.-^ \_Aw' t j DOLLARS FOR YOUR SPARE MINUTES! ALSO OTHER M E R I T AWARD CREDITS OF $75.00, $50.00 AND $25.00 RULES OF THE CONTEST It \\ not necessary tn u*c nur f i r m name in y o u r slogan lmt y o u may da sn i f y o u ivisli. More than one slogan can be submitted but only one award ivlll be made ID any one contestant. AH slorans or ideas s u b m i t t e d become the property of the JEWEI* MOTORS, INC., to be used as they desire. Duplicate prizes w!H t t awarded in case of a tie. Merit Awards are transferable. First, second and third prizes are N~OT transferable. All prizes are g i v e n free. Successful contestants w i l l be not i f i e d by mail. Any One credit gnodi for face value NOT In exceed one- f o u r l h of the p u r c h a s e p r i c e of any used: car in our stock. No employe of this firm may enter contest. Neatness, composition a n d spelling da not count In awarding prize*. What we nt is a slogan or idea. The decision' are to be f i n a l . t - the jtidres JUDGES: E. J. BENZ A. G. KOHLER HERBERT MASS HERE'S HOW OUR NEW "QUARTERS" SPELL FOR YOU We're about to move and want a name--a slogan --or a short descriptive sentence for our new, modern building soon to be occupied at 305 N. Federal Ave., or something descriptive of our policy or our high-quality used cars. FOR EXAMPLE--"GREATER VALUES--LOWER PRICES" or "SAFER BUYING--JEWEL'S NOT LYING," etc. --ENTRY COUPON(Must be mailed before midnight SATURDAY, March 27, 1337) I hereby submit the following slogan for the judges' consideration, to abide by the decision o£ the judges without question. OUR POLICY WE BELIEVE in offering QUALITY USED CARS after CAREFUL INSPECTION and COMPETENT RECONDITIONING at FAIR PRICES, and EASY, CONVENIENT TERMS. I agree Name Street and Number Town Our Present Location 10 FOURTH ST. N. E. PHONE 81 DE SOTO and PLYMOUTH Our New Quarters ""* Will Be 305 N. FEDERAL AVE. CLEAR LAKE--A Roman banquet was held by 40 members oi the first and second year Latin classes of the high school in the home economics rooms Saturday evening at 6 o'clock with Miss Dora Nykvist, foreign language instructor, as sponsor. Guests appeared in the garments tor which the Romans were famous, togas for the boys and stolas for the girls. Some wore sandals' which had been made for the occasion. A Latin newspaper had been prepared by the second year class and copies were distributed to each person as he arrived. Members of last year's Latin class were guests. The dinner coh- sisted of foods which the Romans ate; viz, roast chicken, peas carrots, apple salad, rolls, olives, grape-juice and cakes. Tables were decorated with candelabra and candles gave the only light used. Gave Greek Dance. Following the dinner, a program was presented which included a Greek dance by Helen King, poems by Joan Sheplee, songs (translated into Latin) by Bob Clausen and Paul Anderson, Latin rounds, jingles written by the first year class and read by Marguerite Butts, a piano solo by Jeanne Sitser and Latin community singing by the group. Every member oE the Latin classes worked to make the a f f a i r a success. Sponsors hope that this year's successful banquet will establish a precedent to be followed annually. The program committee consisted of Betty King, Tom Mullarky, Helen King, Freddie Clausen and Shirley Wheeler. On the menu committee were Edith Enabnit, James Newman, Wanda Carr, Margaret Thomas, Betty Peterson and Mary Hill. Committees Named. The serving committee was made up of Joan Sheplee, Betty Porter, Juno Swanson, Maurice Kimball, Lovrine Anderson and Theresa Trager, Rhode Mallory, Marguerite Butts, Kathleen Estergard, Paul Anderson and Madeline Peterson were the decorating committee. The committee on invitations consisted o£ Patricia Hushaw, Berdean Beckner, Buck Martin and .luanita Henningsen. Letty Chase, Jeanne Sitser, Anna Miller and Maxine Axelson formed the committee on dress and costumes. Joe Patton. Lloyd Franke, Kathryn Kennedy, Madeline Kudej, Mildred Wilson and Helen Latham were the clean-up committee. Bob Bliss was publicity man and Bob Clausen, treasurer. Musical Numbers to Be Given With Play "Rip Van Winkle" CLEAR LAKE--Musical numbers to appear in connection with the junior high school play, "Rip Van Winkle," to be given in the junior high auditorium Tuesday at 2:30 and at 8 p. m. will consist of: selections by (he junior high school orchestra, a Dutch clog dance- by Ramona Cobb and Jack Diercks, piano duet by Dorothy Pederson and Bobby Musgjcrd, a tap dance by Lorine Compton, clarinet solo by Roger Erickson, dance numbers by Norman Scho- bcr and Beverly Billman and selections by the junior high school chorus of 125 voices. The musical numbers are under the direction of Miss Clara Melcalt and John Kopecky of the school faculty. Miss Mary Kroll, junior high school instructor, is in charge of the play which is put on by a cast chosen from the eighth grade pupils. The play is in three acts and is an adaptation of the famous classic by Washington Irving. Tickets are on sale by junior high school students and the play is sponsored by group No. 2 of the Music Mothers club with Mrs. Frank Barlow and Mrs. Howard Harding as co-chairmen. Clear Lake Briefs Marjorie Carlock to Wed Harold Fesler CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlock, 701 South Third street, announce the engagement and approaching marriage ot their daughter, Marjorie Lorraine, to Harold Fesler, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fcsier, Swalcdalo. The wedding will take place at the home of the bride's parents April 10 and the young couple will make its home on a farm iicar Swalcdale. Pok-a-Dot Opens for 1937 Summer Season CLEAR LAKE--The Pok-a-Dot Eat shop will hold its formal opening Tuesday, according to an announcement by the managers, Orv Seversoii and Bud Larson. Mr. Scverson is a brother-in-law ot Mrs. J. H. Severson, who operated the Polc-a-Dot last season and has had lunch shops at Osage and Lake Mills, The kitchen has been enlarged and remodeled and booths and a lunch counter have been installed. A black and while color scheme was used throughout in the redecorating. Living rooms are in the second story. The proprietors .slate thai free coffee will be served callers all day Tuesday. W. L. A. M. club will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. M, L. Nutty for a picnic dinner. Ed Ebaugh for ccmcivt Mocks and brick. Phone 541-W. The regular session of Tina Rcbekah lodge · will be held at I. O. O. F. hall Tuesday at 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McGraw spent the week-end with relatives at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. John Comslock and family, Waverly, visited at the C. A. Comslock home Sunday. Mr. Comstock's mother, Mrs. C. F. C o m s t o c k, accompanied them home for a visit. Opening of the roh-A-Dot Eat Shop, under the management of Gene, Orv and Bud. Free coffee served all day Tues., March 23. Come in and bring your friends. Mrs. Dora Hanson, Oak street, who has been quite ill, was reported as i m p i- o v i n g Monday morning. II. T. Edgars foil off a ladder und cut a gash in his forehead Monday morning while working at the Walker building hanging a sign for C. C. Mitchell. Several stitches were required to close the wound. Miss Isabclle Ashland, high school teacher at Jackson, Minnis spending her Easter vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Ashland, south of town. Miss Ashland came Friday evening. Dress up for Easier. Buy your new suit and topcoat on Abel's budget charge account plan. Abel Son, Inc., Mason City. Miss Mary Ann Hughes returned to her work in Methodist hospital at DCS Moines Sunday after spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hughes and other relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes drove to DCS Moines to take hei" buck. Miss Hutu Walts, primary teacher at Boonc, is spending a week's vacation with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Watts, 502 North Fourth street, and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lautz and son, Clyde, 10G South North street. 92,208 Loans Made in Iowa in 1936 by Small Loan Firms DES MOINES, (/P)--D. W. Bates, -slate banking superintendent, said in an official report v to the legislature Saturday that small loan companies in Iowa made 92,208 loans totaling $12,049,267 during 1936. Bates recommended continuance of the present small loan regulatory laws and said that during the year "only four or five complaints have come to the department" and that they were unfounded. Library Benefits Ilclfl. R1CEVILLE--The young matrons club gave a series o£ two card parties to raise funds to aid of the public library. These parlies were given in the Sodality rooms and were well attended. New Way to Hold False Teeth in Place Do false teeth annoy you by dropping Clipping? Just sprinkle a little Fa5- tcoth on your plnlcs. This new f i n e powder holds teeth firm and comfortable. No gummy, pasty taste or feeling. Sweetens brcnUi, Get Fjisleetii Jrom your dmgpist. Three sizes. CUT RATE GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY Let Us Hove Your Orders. We are as close to you as your telephone, and we know we can save you money. Trade here and save. Take advantage of our red hot values. TO.PERMIT1IE DETECTOR USE Governor Not to Be Bound by Machine's Findings in Gaskill Case. DES MOINES, (fP)--Gov. Nelson G.' Kraschel Monday agreed to use of a lie detector in the case of J. Elliot "Jack" Gaskill, life termer at Fort Madison penitentiary who is seeking a parole. The governor lias stipulated, however, that he will not be bound by the machine's findings. The test will be made at the Measure of Warden Glen C. rlaynes and the convenience of Prof. Leonard Keeler ot Nortli- ivcstern university, who will make ;he test. Gaskiil was committed to prison April, 8, 1924, from Polk county for the slaying of Thomas Griffin, railroad detective, in Des Moines on Nov. 35, 1923. Gaskill denies his guilt. The test is being made through the effort! of Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Legionaire, who said Gaskill was one of the youngest members of the American army in France during, the World war. Gaskill's home was La Crossc, Wis., Miles said. Three Iowa governors-- Hammill, Turner and Herring -- denied the prisoner's pleas for parole. Jeanne Davis, Comne · Sandry Win in Spelling CLEAR LAKE--Tcanne Davis and Corrinc Sandry, sixth grade students in Ihe local schools, will represent Clear Lake in the county spelling contest at Mason City April ."}. They were chosen at a spelling contest among grades 4, 5, G, 7 and 8 at the junior high school Monday morning. Clear Lake Calendar Meets at Chcliock Home. PLYMOUTH -- The Farmers Wives and Daughters club met Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chcliock, 2',2 miles northeast of Plymouth. Mrs. C. A. Molsberry gave Bible characters. Stunts were by Mrs. Wayne Molsberry. The next meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Jones. Monday---Boy Scout troop No. 17, schoolhouse. Boy Scout troop No. 30, Methodist church. Odd fellows lodge, I. O. O. F. hail, 8 p. m. Prc-dislrict declamatory contest, high school, 8 p. m. Tuesday.-- P l a y , " R i p V a n Winkle," junior high school 2:30 p. in. and B p. m. PrisciMa club, city h a l t , 1 p. in. Hi-Lo Bridge club, Mrs. P. D. Lei Hi, East Main street. Jolly Eight Card club. Mrs. Will Sclierf, 221 South Second street. Tina Robekah lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. Suspend Publication of Star at Davenport DAVENPORT, (ff)--The Daily Times carried a story Monday which says that the Tri-City Star, published as a morning daily newspaper here, suspended publication Monday. It was established June 4, 1935, and published by the Benson Publishing company, with Charles Hinkle of Winfield as publisher and .1. E. Shea, general manager. The Times said the Star has been in financial difficulties for some time and that under date of Feb. 18 a statement was mailed to creditor. 1 ; of the concern giving the total indebtedness as S25G.- 607.31. where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott. Mrs. Scotl, who formerly lived in Mason City, came back with them to spend a week visiting here. Star club will meet Friday afternoon at the home of. Mrs. Orren Porter, 301 Winnie street, with Mrs. E. T. Cobb assisting hostess. Roll call ,Will be household hints. Linerer (Longer club will meet Thursday i afternoon instead of Friday this week because o£ Good Friday. The meeting is at the home of Mrs. L. O. Kimball, 612 West Division street. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. OInistcad, North Shore, went Monday to Redwood Falls, Minn., where they will visit Mrs. Olmstead's sister, Mrs. R. 'V. Kinney and family. Members of Tina Ilcbckah memorial staff will meet at I. O. O. F. hall Monday , evening at if o'clock by request of the noble Grand to practice for Ihe convention. Miss Marian Meyer, teacher in the Chapin schools, spent Friday night in Clear Lake, following attendance at the teachers' convention in Mason City Friday. Miss Meyer and her mother, Mrs. Alice Meyer, spent Sunday at Osage with Mr. and Mrs. Holland Meyer. Home From College. RAKE--The following students came to spend a week's spring vacation at their respective homes, Edna Russ of Coe college, John Sorlien of Bethany Junior college at Manknto, Li la Nelson of Iowa State college at Ames; and Christine Sabin ot Mankato Commercial college. Two Birthdays Observed. RUDD -- A group of friends gathered Friday evening at the Rev. B. I. G r i f f i n home honoring Mrs. Griffin's birthday anniversary and also honoring Miss Nellie Ladwig whose birthday anniversary was Saturday. Many at Slaic Tourney. THOMPSON -- The following persons a t t e n d e d the boys' state tounament at Drake field house in Des Moines Thursday: Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Osmundson, Aago .Tenson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lathrop, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Klems- rude and Coach Carl Zenders. Submits tn Operation, AREDALE--Mrs. Harry Rains was operated on at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton Saturday. She has been in poor health for the past two months from ulcers of the stomach. . WALLPAPER SELLING EVENT O'BRIEN PAINTS WIiotesale-RetailE On Way to Idaho. ROWAN--Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Pollard of Twin Falls, Idaho, drove a new car home that they purchased from the east. They stopped to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pritchett on their route. Home From Hospital, TITONKA--Miss Eileen Brown returned Saturday from the General hospital in Algona where she had submitted to a major operation. Bay Mille returned from the Kossuth hospital after recovering from an appendicitis operation. DIAMOND BROS TUESDAY SPECIAL SLICED BACON (Sugar Cured) Per Pound MUTTON STEW Per Pound ! . . . 5c BROWN SUGAR 22c Pounds Miller's BRAN FLAKES Packages FANCY RICE Pounds 22c BEN DAVIS APPLES Pounds Get Your Cigarets Here Tues., Wed. and Thurs. Phone 112-113-114 FREE DELIVERY SUGAR, 10 Ibs. 48c Vanilla, Strawberry, Choc. Ice Cream, full qt. 25c EGGS I.nrgc, Fresh imd CIcAii, Doz. 21c MISCELLANEOUS Marshmollows, Ib.. . . 1 5c Brooms 29c, 49c, 59e, 69c Celery,. large . . . - . . . - 15c Head Lettuce, large lOc Peanut Buffer . . lOc, 25c Lima Beans, tge. can lOc Spinach, No. 2 cans lOc Olive Oil, bottle, lOc, 1 9c Carrots, large cans.., 1 Oc Hominy, large can . . . 1 Oc Corn or Peas, can. . . 1 Oc Tomatoes, Nq. 2 can lOc J 5 c Peas, 2 c a n s . . ., 25c 1 5c Corn, 2 cans . . .. 25c Spaghetti, large can 1 Oc Kidney Beans, Ige. can lOc 15c Succotash, 2 cans 25c Pop Corn, 2 Ibs 25c Table Salt, 10 Ibs.. . 15c Fancy Onions, 3 Ibs. lOc Mop Sticks, each. . . . lOc Jams, jar lOc, 25c English Walnuts, Ib. 19c Best Dr. Peaches, Ib. 19c Best Apricots, Ib 23c Tapioca, Pearl, 2 fbs. 25c Tapioca, Fine, 2 Ibs. 25c Pinto Beans, 3 Ibs.. . . 25c Pearl Barley, 2 Ibs..,., 25c 15c Lemon Extract.. lOc Macaroni, 3 Ibs.. ...-., 25c j Spaghetti, 3 Ibs 25c Boneless Marring, Ib. 23c Cod Fish, 1-lb. box..., 23c 15c Salmon, 2 cans. . : 25c : Salmon, small s i z e . . lOc I Oil Sardines, 5 cans 25c Shrimp, can ISc | Tuna Fish . . 1 5c and 25c Haddock, Ib 23c Dates, 4 Ibs 25c HONEY, 2 cakes 25c SI. BO I S2.1f) FLOUR I Jersey Cream, '19 Ibs... Gold Medal, 48 Ills Oma, ·}() His ..... j Sunbeam Flour, 49 Ifos. 51.89 Occident, 40 Ibs ....... $2.S!)I While Flour, 5 Ib. sack . . 2Sc Whole AVbeal, 5 Ibs ..... 28c Graham, 5 Ib. sack ..... 28c Whole Wheat. 10 Ib. sack -18c Corn Meal, 5 II). sack ... 23c I Crushed \Vhcat, 5 11). sack 29c I Mr. Farmer: Bring us your eggs, they buy more here. ] ········MM We Are As Close as Your 1 Phone 5 ) 2 Firsr Street S. W. Phone 112-113-114 CUTRATE GROCERY

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