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Friday, November 9, 1934.
Ji MB" m ’ 11111 t Jw*' JB 10 fc j9K ®N-<>'V* Who appears to have been de feated for Hennepin County Com missioner from the Fourth Dis trict by Emil Youngdahl. Noot was one of the best friends the co’ored citizens ever had in that office. Do You Know .., What invitations call for an answer and what do not ? When cards should be left in making calls and how many? What to avoid in dress and clothing shops? Can You Answer These Questions... Are chaperons still necessary? May salad be cut with a knife? Should you speak to a fellow guest or wait to be introduced? EMILY POST Will Solve Your Problems of Modern Living in a Series of Articles to Appear in This Paper on Good Taste Today Mrs. Post undoubtedly is the best known authority on matters of etiquette in the country. She knows the an swers to all of the multitude of questions that have to do with good taste and that confront all of us frequently in our everyday lives. These articles will pro vide a liberal educa tion in etiquette. Be sure to read them. MORTUARY MAKES IMPROVEMENTS The Woodard mortuary, 826 6th Ave. No., Minneapolis, Theodore Woodard, manager, recently had its chapel redecorated and remod eled. Offices are now in the front of the establishment. i Arthur F. Noot Miss Thelma Smith entertained friends at dinner Monday night at the home of Mrs. Idella Johnson, 514 Emerson Ave., November 5. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rahn Workcuff, Messrs. Joe Richardson, F. Johnson, Rosco, Fred Lewis, Miss Lillian Hill and Mr. and Mrs. L. Rivers. Mrs. Ora Finney, 3945 Fourth Ave. So., has returned from a visit to Chicago. RON-DALE FOOD MARKET Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables We Deliver Cor. Rondo and Dale We Deliver Phone in Your Orders ELkhurst 3608 CIGARETTES—AII Popular Brands, 2 pkgs., 25c Pork and Beans 5c Molasses, 5 lb. pail 21c Vegetable Soup 5c Ginger Ale or Lime Rickey, Tomato Soup 5c 3 large bottles 21c Kipper Snacks 5c Ripple Wheat, large pkg.„loc Hershey’s Cocoa 5c (Something new—Sample Jar Mustard 5c free) Baking Powder, 10 oz. Tuna Fish, Light Meat, can 5c 2 cans 25c Snider’s Tomato Cocktail....sc Apple Butter, 2 lb. jar 17c Toilet Tissue 5c Gold Dust, large pkg 15c Electric Bulbs 10c Coffee, Vacuum Pack, Peas, Early June, 2 cans..2sc Raisins, No. 2 pkg 15c Spinach, Mustard Greens, lb. can 26c lb 5c Sugar, Brown or Powdered, Salmon, Pink, large can...,12c 3 lbs 17c Salmon, Red Sockeye, Cocoa, 2 lb. can 17c 1 lb. can 17c Soda or Graham Crackers, Navy Beans or Rice, 2 lb. caddy 19c 3 lbs 17c Milk, Northfield or Lion, Pancake Flour, 4 lb. 3 large cans .T7c bag 21c Beets, Carrots or Toma- Armour’s Corn Beef Hash, toes, No. 2 can, 3 f0r....25c large can 15c Syrup, 5 lb. pail 25c Fels Naphtha Soap, Dill Pickles, qt. jar. 15c 10 bars 43c Corn or Gloss Starch, Cabbage, Solid Head 5c 2 for 15c Sweet Potatoes, 6 lbs 25c Rinso or Oxydol, Celery, large stalk 5c large size 19c Kellogg's Corn Flakes, Potatoes, extra large, bu...45c large size 10c Potatoes, extra large, pk.,.13c ELKS “FRONTIER DAYS” FUN FOR ALL - - - ALL FOR FUN NOVEMBER 24 TO DECEMBER 2 INCLUSIVE given, by AMES LODGE 106, MINNEHAHA NO. 129 I. B. P. O. E. W. at ELKS’ REST 148 Hyland Ave. N. BIG PRIZES EACH NIGHT GRAND PRIZE: Ton of Coal—Final Night ! DALE 2642 TELEPHONES McGAVOCK MORTUARY I 550 RICE ST. NOW IS THE TIME To Buy That Car NORTHERN MOTOR CO. 1469 University Ave., St. Paul Represented by W. J. Taylor Hupmobile and Pontiac Bargains in Used Cars Nestor 2813 Scientifically Pasteurized Milk and Cream Minnesota Milk Co. Elkhurst 3163 UNIVERSITY AT WESTERN SALE OF HEATERS 2 Room Size $24.95 4 Room Size 39.50 5 Room Size 49.50 Net with Your Old Stove EASY TERMS WEYAND’S The Friendly Furniture Store 7th and Jackson ST. PAUL RECORDER _ The Junior Usher Board of St. Peter’s A. M. E. church sponsored a very successful candy sale at the parsonage, 3756 sth Ave. So., Tues, afternoon, Nov. 6. They wish to thank all those who donated and patronized them. Basketball is once again in full swing at Central high school. Girls fifteen and over are eligible. Practice is from 7:30 to 9:30. All girls interested, please attend on Thursday nights. Western Tavern A. J. TODD, Mgr. WINES - LIQUORS ON SALE 6% BEER Richard Gordon, Chef Serving Steaks Chickens and Barbecue SHELTON’S Barber Shop 827 Grotto at Rondo Ladies' and Gents’ Hair Cutting 85c Children, under 12 years..2sc ■ -t 'g*' CAYETYe E ' TWO SHOWS DAILY BURLESQUE MIDNIGHT show each sat Former boxer who was elected Ramsey County Sheriff over the incumbent Geo. Moeller, who has had three Negro staff members during his term of office. PITCO EGG (Va.) $11.05 Per Ton Pittsburgh Coal Co. 340 Robert St. CEdar 1450 Prompt Delivery Service MEN’S and BOYS’ Outfitters of Better Quality At Lower Prices * New Fall SUITS & O’COATS Guaranteed All Wool $14.75 and $18.75 Models to fit all builds, slim, stouts, shorts and regulars, single and double breasted New Blue, Browns, Tan and Oxford Grey ROBINSON’S CLOTHING STORE 7th at Jackson Street Phone, Garfield 6804 St. Paul, Minnesota GA 1500 ST. PAUL CALL BAINE’S I C E Coal and Wood By TON OR BASKET OPEN—7 A. M. - 6P. M. 554 Rondo St. Dale 8035 R-E-I-S S jWkhriceir yf GARFIELD 5341 Coal • Coke * Briquets The C. Reiss Coal Co. 113 E. 4th St. DE LUXE Brand ICE CREAM Elk. 3473 Midway 8746 <5-Jft. JBL / Tom Gibbons TASKS WELL DONE We are leaving nothing undone that wil. enable us to better serve you and merit the increasing good will of this community. Only by performing our important tasks well can we hope to win your approval. Our complete and modern facilities are but one step toward this end. In St. Paul 525 Rondo Street DAle 3056 RUMMIE’S SWEET SHOP 709 Rondo St., St. Paul Foster and Clemons, Props. Now Open for Business Bottle and Tap Beer Lunch and Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Candies, Cigars and Cigarettes, Toilet Articles, Stationery We Deliver and Cater to Parties MUSICALE EXTRAORDINARY PHYLLIS WHEATLEY HOUSE MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1934 BEACON LIGHT and ZION BAPTIST CHOIRS IN CONCERT A. GAYNES THOMPSON, Director Accompanists: Mrs. Edna Randall, Miss Maries Griffin Don’t Miss This Musical Treat ADMISSION: 25 CENTS BEGINNING 8 P. M. LUNCH ROOM U. C. N. RECREATION PARLOR 500 St. Peter Street UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Regular Meals Billiards and Barber Shop GENERAL HAULING AND EXPRESS MOORE-FORD TRANSFER Auto Loans Collateral Loans Personal Loans A. AND A. CREDIT SYSTEM, Inc. UNIVERSITY AND SNELLING (ROOM 214) In new building over Walgreen’* Drug Store “ONE OF OUR PLANS WILL FIT YOUR NEEDS’* Open evenings until 9:00 P. M. Telephone Midway 1940 ST. PAUL RECORDER This Paper Furnishes a Good Market KVMnMRMBT 1 >n Charge LMI iWrlWl VV DR. L - WILLIAMS >VI BjkjO ” ' Registered Optometrist \ Glasses Complete g/qc for Reading or Distance Complete With Frames Open a Charge Account—Pay Wc Weekly 94 East 7th Street 1 1 NEAL FUNERAL HOME Dignified Service Reasonable Rates FUNERAL CHAPEL In Minneapolis 2435 Fourth Ave. S. 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