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I :••• MANDAN NEWS
12 CHILDREN BORN IN MANDAN LAST MONTH Eleven Bom to Mandan Par ents; Four Persons, One of Mandan, Succumb Births of 12 children, seven boys and five girls, were reported to City Auditor W. H. Seitz, Mandan, during July, it was announced this morning by Mrs. Hilma Boehm, assistant to Mr. Seitz. The vital statistics show that 11 of the dozen babes were born to Mandan parents, the other to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wetch, Fort Rice. During the same period only four persons died, one being a resident of Mandan. Births and ooaths for the last month follow; Births June 30—Mr. and Mrs. Peter Froc lich, Mandan, son. July 3—Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lar son. Mandan, daughter. July s—Mr. and Mrs. Gust Fardls, Mandan, son. July 7 —Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wetch, Fort Rice, son. July 11—Mr. and Mrs. Arnold O. Clayton. Mandan, son. July 12—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson, Mandan, son. July 14—Mr. and Mrs. John Sakari assen, Mandan, son. July 17—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rcs sler, Mandan. son. July 21—Mr. and Mrs. Liberatus Ferderer. Mandan, daughter. July 26—Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Renner. Mandan. daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Kell, Mandan, daugh ter. July 28—Mr. and Mrs. John B. Racek, Mandan, daughter. Deaths July 9—Harry Lambert, 45, Minne apolis; Pearl S. Chafee, 51. Beulah. July 20—Mrs. Laura Farmer, 79, Fort Rice. July 28—Anton Barnhard, 76, Man dan. Morton Wiebers New Announcer for KGCU Succeeding F. Ford Morton Wiebers, Mandan, this morning became announcer and pro gram manager for radiocasting sta tion KGCU, Mandan, it was an nounced this morning by H. L. Dah ners, general manager of the radio station. Mr. Wiebers succeeds rancis Ford, also of Mandan, who was expected to leave today for California. Mr. Ford expects to enroll as a freshman in the University of Southern Cali fornia at Los Angeles in September. He has been in charge of KGCU pro grams for the last year. Mr. Wiebers is a comparative be ginner in the announcing business though he has acted as understudy to Mr. Ford often. No specific changes in the general programs are planned by Mr. Wiebers in the npar future. Phone /N Phone 1060 ijiissner s 1060 POT ROAST AO _ OC « Special 6jC)4uC PURE LARD, 1 At Snow White, lb I*2; C PICNICS, Smoked, nn 7 to 9 lbs, per lb mm C BACON SQUARES, per lb. . .22c PIG SHANKS, per lb. 10c BLOOD SAUSAGE 17c MINCED HAM STYLE ....23c Fresh Dressed Hens and Spring Chickens GROpERIES Watermelon on Ice, whole or half, per lb. 3 C JELLO, Ai HIRE’S ROOT BEER 24c • 3 ,or (12 limiU FRUIT NECTAR, B. & R. . .29c P. &G. or CRYSTAL Ai 0 „ t , WHITE SOAP, 10 for ~J4C CQ p MINNEOPA 1000 Island f Q PLUMS Salad Dressing, 8 os. ... IOC CELERY, Michigan 10c MINNEOPA PORK & AA SARDINES, in oil, AA BEANS, No. 3 can each *UC 3 for *UC Gussner’s To comply with our merchants agreement, we close promptly at Bp. m. Saturday. ■ Quality Meat Market Veal Roast Steak Chops Stew Pork Roast Steak Chops MRS. JOHN SCHACHT, JUDSON, SUCCUMBS 70-Year-Old Woman Had Been Veteran Resident of West ern Morton County Mrs. John Schacht, 70, veteran resident of the Judson district, Mor ton county, died in the Mandan Dea coness hospital at 2:45 o'clock this morning. Though Mrs. Schacht suf fered a paralytic stroke a short time ago and was weakened by it, death was caused by chronic nephritis. She had been in the Mandan hos pital several days. Her widower was on his way to Mandan this morning from his home at Judson. No funeral arrangements had been made at noon. KGCU Listeners Deny Noon Programs Sound Worse Than Dogfight • « Certain “Bismarck listeners” to radiocasting station KGCU, Mandan, resent the statement that KGCU’s luncheon hour programs “sound worse than a dog fight” made a short time ago by another who sign ed himself as a “listener.” * Francis Ford, until today program manager at the Mandan station, yes terday received a letter from “Bis marck listeners” denying that the Grain Fed Beef SHORT RIBS, * 71 Fancy, lb 1 / 2 C HAMBURGER, Fancy, 1 A Special, lb 1 af C SMOKED HAMS, 771 Whole or half, lb. */ 2 C PORK ROAST, per lb ..19c PORK STEAK, per lb 19c HEAD CHEESE, per lb. .....17c RING BOLOGNA 21c 2 pounds Good Home Rendered Lard ... 25c Buy for Cash and Save Money! All kinds of Sausages and Cold Meats Remember the Place: 514-516 Brpadway In the Cup I •.. is the test of Empress good ness, delicious Flavor protected by the deep cream and royal purple vacuum can. Beef Pot Roast Round Steak Sirloin Steak Short Ribs Boiling Fancy Spring Chickens and Stewing Hens programs sound anything like dog fights. The letter follows: “We have read the uncomplimen tary remarks of a certain KGCU lis tener who stated that your noon hour program sounded like a dog fight. As constant listeners to your noon hour program, we have failed to observe anything that is similar to such atrocious tones. “We trust the announcer, Mr. Ford, will not feel that the opinion of the dog fighting listener is that of the general public.” GLOVERDALES KEEP RECORD SPOTLESS Defeat Service Plumbers 22 to 3 Last Night to Make Standings Change Kittenballers representing the Cloverdales continued their victory stride in the Mandan Diamondball league last evening, walloping the Service Plumbers 22 to 3. It was the eighth straight victory for the Cloverdales in this round of the schedule and practically cinched title honors for them again.] They were on top •of the league when the first round was completed. The defeat pushed the plumbers down to third place in the standings and left the Toman Tailors sole occu pants of the second rung of the lad der. The pants pressers and Kennelly- Royal crew are scheduled to clash tonight though it is expected the tail- Brown & Tiedman AH Phones 1400 All Phones 1400 Where Quality Counts The Sanitary Store Specials for Saturday FRESH VEGETABLES Cauliflower Corn on the Cob Green Beans Celery Wax Beans Boiling Onions Turnips Beets Fresh Peas Parsley Green Peppers Fresh Tomatoes Head Lettuce Leaf Lettuce FRESH FRtJITS Watermelons Cantaloupes Blueberries Plums Gravenstine Apples Seedless Grapes Crabapples National Biscuit Co. Macaroni Wafers, New number, special 2 lbs. for 65 c Old-Time Assortment, 2 3-4 lb. box ... 55 c Heinz Pork & Beans, 3 med. cans spec. 43c Creme OH Toilet Soap, 6 10c bars for 38c Star Naptha Washing Powder, large pkg. 25c seller, special 3 pkgs. for -43 c Jello, all flavors, 3 pkgs. for 24c P. & G. or Crystal White Laundry Soap, special 10 bars for 24c Minneopa Brand Thousand Island Salad Dressing, special per jar Jg c Hire’s Root Beer, special per bottle ... 24c Impt. Swiss Cheese Impt. Roquefort Limburger Edam Philadelphia Cream Fresh Cottage Cheese 402 MAIN AVENUE BISMARCK, N. DAK. PURE LARD, Lb 12 c TENDER JUICY BEEF SHOULDER STEAK, Lb 18* c FRESH , SMOKED PICNICS,Lb. 19* c FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER, Lb 17 c SHOULDER VEAL 7 A PORK STEAK, 7 Q STEAK, lb IOC Fancy Lean, lb IOC FRANKFURTERS, 7A 1 VEAL STEW, \ A Milwaukee Style, lb. 1 t/JC Meaty, lb 14C / Sugar Cured STRIP BACON, Lb. . 26c Headquarters for Fruits and Vegetables Mr. Paul Brown in charge Specials for Saturday GREEN TOP CARROTS, 3 bunches for 12c ORANGES, Medium Size, 2 dozen for 93c TOMATOES, 2 lbs. for 35c SUGAR, 10 lbs. for 59c THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. AUGUST 1. 1930 ors might win by forfeit as several of the opposing team will be unable to play. In another contest this eve ning. the Cummins-Pioneer and Pur ity Dairy entrants are scheduled to battle to get out of the cellar. These teams are tied at the bottom. The standings today; Won Lost Pet. Cloverdales 8 0 1.000 Toman Tailors 5 2 .714 Service Plumbers .... 5 3 .625 Kennelly-Royals .... 2 5 .286 Purity Dairy 1 6 .143 Cummins-Pioneer ... 1 6 .143 GIANT ENGINE GOES THROUGH The sixth of the big N. P. locomo tives, No. 5005, went through here Thursday for use on the Mandan- The Jones Grocery Q. S. S. 107 Fourth St. Phone 34 Having moved from our loca tion on Fourth street we are now partially settled in our new loca tion on Broadway and will ihave a full line of Fruits Vegetables and staple and fancy groceries to choose from for your Satur day needs. / Please call in or call us over the phone. You will find the prices right—and the services the Best! Glendive division. The engine was taken through dead-headed in a freight train, instead of proceeding under its own steam, as was done with No. 5004. . CUT RATES FOR STUDENTS Rome, Aug. I. (Jf\ — Fascist!' stu dents of the University of Rome will Cook’s Grocery The “Big” Little Store Phone $64 512 Avenue D FRUITS and VEGETABLES 18K Sliced Peaches, large can, 2 for 57c Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen 17c Plums, red or Picnics, bone blue, basket ... • OC less, per lb mIC . U. S. INSPECTED MEATS „ t Everything in Beef and Pork Cold Meats for the Hot Weather. Fruits DICK’S Groceries 308 Thirteenth Street 2 STORES 710 Thayer Ave. “Let Us Serve You” RALLY SALE SPECIALS FLOUR BREAD cl,ma * 1 '/jib. Loaf 100 lb. sack $2.99 _ - 49 lb. sack 1.69 fAf 7 Hr* 24% lb. sack 89 * tvi SUGAR . MALT LUX Toilet Soap 10lb.sack ...58c £!& A?..38c 3bars 22c Many Other Specials; See Our Posters. COME IN SAVE All I. G. A. Specials. Get Them Here. Bertsch’s Cash and Carry Grocery 520 Broadway Phone 903 Specials for Saturday Dole’s Pineapple, No. 2Vs can 26c Peanut Butter, 32 oz. glass jar 37c Hire’s Root Beer Extract, per bottle 24c Sweet Corn, No. 2 can, 3 cans 32c Jello, any flavor, 3 pkgs 24c Certo, per bottle 29c Summer Cookie Assortment, 3 lb. pkg 73c Sugar, 10 lb. bag 60c Angelus Marshmallows, 1 lb. pkg 23c FRESH MEATS and VEGETABLES % Scott’s Grocery DELIVERIES: 9:99 and 10:30 A. M. 2:30 mod 4:30 P. BL Open till 9 o’clock Saturday nights PHONE 816 ail SEVENTH STREET Specials for Saturday CERTO,per,bottle 30c PINEAPPLE, No. 2V2 size can 26c ' EARLY JUNE PEAS, 3 cans 44c P. & G. SOAP, 10 bars * 34c JELLO, 3 boxes ._ 24c SPRING CHICKENS at the RIGHT PRICE LOGAN’S' "WE THANK YOU“ fl* Raspberries Peaches Pears Plums WATERMELONS v (An exceptionally fine lot) Oranges Lemons Green Apples Vegetables Head Lettuce Tomatoes Cucumbers Celery Wax Beans Carrots Sweet Corn Beets Onions Grocery Specials P. &G. Soap, l o bars ....... 34c C. W. Soap, 10 bars 34c Hire’s Root Beer, per bottle 24c Minneopa 100 Q Island Pressing, regular 25c at 18c Meat Department SPRING CHICKENS STEWING HENS “Government Inspected Meats" All Phones 211 118-3rd. St. Deliveries 8:45 and 10:30—2:30 and 4:30 Close at 8 P.‘M. “Always Cool and Comfortable" be able in the fall to attend the movies at cut rates. If they present member ship cars admission will be cheaper than for the ordinary patron. PRINCESS IS MUSIC STUDENT Glamis, Scotland, Aug. I. (/P) Princess Elizabeth, 4 years old, is tak- ing music lessons in Glamis castle. She practices on the same piano that her mother, the duchess of York, used ALLIED mm to servemSM i vnm! ( The mass buying of thousands I 111 LI of I.G.A. grocers bring lower | . n ‘prices every day to millions of 7 laj thrifty housewives in thirty-seven States. / You / 91 too can save at the I.GA. Shop at your nearest/, ll I.G.A. store today. > '9l ■ ‘ sat, Aug. 2to FrL, Aug. 8, Inc.. - U SODA CRACKERS | Fresh and Crisp 9 2 Lbs. 25 C B PAAiraoe Assorted. Tasty, C** LUUKIVO 180 lb-, or Lbs. Peanut Butter iffl 36c Fresh and Wholesome Marshmallows Mg.. 23c Fresh and Creamy ' Tuna 23c RINSO | Soaks Clothes Snow-White 9 Largs 0* B rk S .....AtJX B Peasiac Tender.....*l 2 Cans 34c Gelatine 161K5.... 4 25c Assorted Flavors Fruits for Salad 18K Can.. 33c LUX TOILET SOAP | 9 out of 10 Screen Stars Use it for B Smooth Skin CT 3 Bars 22C’ 9 Cherries lfit a * oz botti ° 10c v wn Red Maraschino. ■*“ Malt Syrup td Can*!... 38c Pineapple Me 2 K" 62c 8 Golden Slices in Syrup « « SALADS » » Jellied Time 1 can Tuna, flaked; 1 cup 18K Table Sweet Peas; 2 tbs. Pimiento, finely chopped; ** cup I.G.A. / Mayonnaise; 1 pkg. Lemon I.G.A. Gelatin Dessert Powder; 1 cup boiling water; I cup cold water; 2 tbs. Vinegar. 1 ts. Salt. Dissolve Gelatine Powder in boiling water. Add eold water, vinegar and salt—chill. When slightly thickened, fold In remaining Ingredients. Turn intr> Individual molds—serve on lettuce. Garnish with additional mayonnaise. Fruit Loaf 1 pkg. I.G.A. Lemon or Orange or Strawberry < Gelatine Dessert Powder; 1 can 18K Fruits for Salad, 1 bottle I.G.A. Maraschino Cherries. , Dissolve gelatine powder In syrup from fruits and enough boiling water to make one pint. When par tially thickened atlr in 18K Fruits for Salad and halved Cherries, saving some for garnishing. Set <* in loaf mold and serve in slices with whipped ■ cream or mayonnaise. Pine-Cheese-Appie Saiad Rol! white cream cheese into small baUs. Sprinkle (? heavily with paprika until very red. Insert whole clove in one end. Place on slice of pineapple and serve *on lettuce. Garnish with mayonnaise. I. G. A; SPECIALS AUGUST 2ND Saturday Only at Bismarck and Mandan I. G. A. Stores ' Red and Blue California Plums, QA Sweet and juicy, per basket Ott C Fruit Jars, regular Mason Quarts, per dozen 87c ' Pints, per dozen 73c Fine Granulated Sugar, CO 10 lb, bag DOC BREAD Fancy I. G. A. Bread y 1 1-2 pound loaves, c\ £ 2 for ljt .- 4wDC 1 pound loaves, each t .... 8c gllilliitillliiilililiiiiiiiiiiilillliliillillilliiliililiillllllllllllliiiiiiiilliiiilililllHiiua | Bismarck Stores ( | Phone 1080— BISMARCK FOOD MKT. 4OB Bdwy. § 5 Phone 564 COOK’S GROCERY . 5OB Ave. D | = Phone 279 DICK’S GROCERY 1 —7lO Thayer 5 = Phone 371 R.T. GROCERY —204 sth St. = | Phone 611 SPEAKS GROCERY 216 Bdwy. 5 = Phone 199-W Broadway Food Mkt. —122 6th St. = 5 Phone 878— ZERR’S GROCERY —3OB 13th = when a little girl. When the princes! returns to London in th€' fall she in* tends to play to the queen.