Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1936 · Page 55
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 55

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 22 •§ 1936 FIFTEEN BUREAU MEETS IN PALO ALTO Frank North of Cylinder Named President at Emmetsburg. EMMETSBURG— Frank North of Cylinder was re-elected president of the Palo Alto county Farm Bureau federation at the annual meeting here Monday, with Leon Olson of Terril? narr.ed vice president. Other officers chosen for 1936-37 were J. H. Currans of Ruthven, treasurer: L. J. Wigdahl of Ruthven, secretary: Mrs. W. R. Schroeder of Emmetsburg, county girls' 4-H club loader: Mrs. Theodore Hermanser; of Ruthven, county home project chairman, and C. W. Eaton of Ruthven, county boys' 4-H club leader. Approximately 250 attended the annual gathering, and R. J. Hamilton of Fort Dodge, state Farm Bureau of- Clyde and Mrs. Flora Dabfoclh of Flame Throwers to Fight Forest Fires Indorsed at Duluth Swiss President CLYDE RITES HELD IN OSAGE Head of Highway Group's Motor Division Dies in Ames. . OSAGE—Funeral services were held here Tuesday afternoon at the Champion funeral home in charge of the Rev. John D. Kern of the Osage Baptist church for | Ray W. Clyde, 56, who died Sunday morning at his home in Ames after a two weeks' illness with pneumonia. Born here, the son of Judge and DULUTH. Minn., (UP)— Minnesota's foresters probably will draw upon World war equipment for next year's batik 1 against the recurrent menace of forest fires, j At a meeting of the board of I fire review at the office of the supervisor of the Superior national forest, a newly designed flame thrower was discussed. The new implement, fashioned after the flame throwers used during the World war. would be used for backfiring. The need for motorized equipment was emphasized in discussions by forest rangers and inspectors. "Powerful tractors which operated large plow units were of the greatest value in trenching last summer's disastrous fires," one report said. ''Larger trailers for hauling tractors and plows to fire areas are needed.'' It also was explained that new visibility maps are being prepared of the Superior national forest to assist in the location of new lookout towers. For the fifth time, Giuseppe Motta has been elected president of Switzerland. Motta, who was the first Swiss delegate to the league of nations, was first elected to the presidency in 1915. During: the last year he has been vice president and a member of the federal council. President of Switzerland are elected for one year. Mrs. Alvah Clyde, he was graduated from the Osage high school and later from Iowa State college in Ames; then for lour years he was employed at the Panama canal. In 1915 he joined the highway commission at Ames and at his death was superintendent of the motor division of the Iowa highway commission. Funeral services were held at Ames Tuesday morning and then the body brought here for a short service and burial. Surviving are his widow and two children, Gordon and Janet; two sisters, Mary Clyde and Mrs. Flora Dabroth of Osage; three brothers, Arthur, a. i teacher in the state teachers' college at Pennsylvania State; Frank Clyde of the Isle of Pines and TTohn Clyde, an attorney in Oakland, Cal. TflOMPSDN-DEANCO iERVIff CMdlrf Phone 312 Phone 312 GAS POCKET IN WELL IS FOUND Drillers Near Goldfield Start Flame 3 Feet High From Hole. GOLBF1ELD—C. F. Axon and son, Mervin, who are drilling a well on the formerjs farm, 2 miles southeast of town? struck a gas pocket at a depth of 108 feet. They were lowering a three inch pipe into the hole when they noticed,: a bubbling fluid corning out of the hole. They removed the pipe and dropped a match into the hole and the substance ignited, shooting a flame from the hole three feet high. The fire continued for several hours when it burned out. The drillers expect to drill to a depth of 20 or more feet further where the yexpect a sufficient flow of water. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY TURKEYS Fine young birds. A ffood ranse of sizes. GEESE All young—fresh killed. DUCKS 4 to 6 Ib. average. Services for Doyle, 85, Eagle Grove, Heidi EAGLE GROVE—Robert E ! The world improves. The strip- Doyle, 85, retired farmer, died at i tease has climbed to Park avenue the home of his son Robert E ! and na g her cl ass people are going Doyle, Jr., Sunday. Funeral serv- I to prison.—Cedar Rapids Gazette, ices were held a: the Sacred Heart church, Tuesday, in charge of the Rev. P. Molloy. Mr. Doyle is survived by two daughters; one in Minnesota, and one in Oak Park, 111., and two sons, one in Florida and R. E. Doyle Jr.. in Eagl* Grove. CHICKENS 4 to 7 Ibs.—Fresh killed. Make your selection early. ORANGES Fancy California Navels, 200 size, good color and JQ good to cat, 2 doz rr »J C GRAPEFRUIT 38c Texas Seedless, Fancy 96 size, dozen We still have a very fine assortment of candied fruits, Bunte's Chocolates. Plum Pudding. Mixed Nuts and Christmas Candies. PEGGY PAGE CHOCOLATES, While They Last, Ib 39 Mrs. Barclay's Home Made Bread Mrs. Rogers' Home Made Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Rolls, Doughnuts. Jones Sausage New York Cheese Sweet Cider Oysters We Wish All a Merry Christmas FREE DELIVERY FREE DELIVERY Students at Buffalo Center for Vacations BUFFALO CENTER—Among students home from college for the holiday vacation are Marjory Arkwright from Stevens college, Columbia, Mo.; Viola Boekleman, Raymond Wessels, Willis Limberg. Lillian Jutting and Jeanette Jurgens from Pella: Charlotte Keweit, Edith Bilbrandt from C:dar Falls: Charles Davis, Norman Kopp and Rollin Stienmetz from Iowa City: Edward and Margaret Thompson from Ames. GROCERY SPECIALS FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS TABLE SANTA GLAUS will visit our store Wednesday, Dec. 23 at 9:30 a. m. Free Candy to Kiddies. All Children are Invited to Cornel $100 Worth of Merchan- dise Dee. 23, 1936. Ask Our Clerks TOBACCO In Christmas Boxes Prince Albert and Velvet Coast Guard Uses Rowboats. SANDWICH, Mass., (UP) — Three weeks after completion of a new station, coast guards still were using rowboats to reach their old quarters, now surrounded by water, at Cape Cod Canal entrance. Transfer to the new station awaited official acceptance by Washington officials. YELLAND FOOD MARKET 401 North Federal PhoEe 668 S. S. YELLAND, Prop. SPECIALS FOR \VEDNESDAY & THURSDAY Right to Limit Sl.OO Orders Delivered 1 Ib. Can !/2-lb. Can... ; 15c Tins Union Leader, 69c 35c 10c 2 — lOc Tins ...... 15c GEORGE WASHINGTON 1-lb. Can .......... 59c GOLDEN GRAIN or NORTH STATE 1-lb. Bag .......... 38c All Other Priced Tobaccos Low EGGS — Fresh from Country Daily. Per dozen 2 dozen 48c ORANGES, A good size, 2 dozen One Dozen 16c GRAPEFRUIT, Large size, 10 for. 29c Ladies' Hand Embroidered Handkerchiefs in GIFT BOX' 3 for 25C Per Ib. 2 Ibs. . MIXED NUTS 22e 40c COFFEE Folger's, Nash, Butter-Nut, Hills Bros, and Arwood (Glass Free) Choice, per Ib.. 29c GINGER ALE White Soda, quart sixes 1 Oc Lime Rickey, 3 for 25c EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE STORE. Shop at SAM'S For Your Final Christmas Needs in Our Various Departments Chocolate Covered CHERRIES, 1 Ib. box 23c TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT, dozen CANDY CHRISTMAS MIX, 2 Ibs. 33c 23c LETTUCE, Large solid heads. . . 3 heads for 20c SPRY, 3-lb. Con. 59c PEANUT BRITTLE, 2 Ibs. 23c FILLED CENTERS, 2 llis. •l*MMl*l^l IMIXED NUTS, Special, 2 Ibs. .. 27c 39c JUMBO ROASTED PEANUTS, 2 Ibs. . 23c TURKEY - CHICKEN Christmas Wrapped HAMS - BACON Celery Lettuce Radishes Green Onions Tomatoes Cauliflower Sweet Potato** HOME MADE MINCE MEAT CRANBERRIES, Large Size, Extra Special, pound CELERY Jumbo size, bleached, bunch. . lOc WALNUTS, nice size, Ib. ISc OYSTERS Extra large, per quart 49c FREE CAN OF COCOANUT with SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR for 27c MIRACLE WHIP Dressing or £ spread, quart. . HONEY, cake Me 15c PEANUTS, Fresh Roasted, Ib 2 pounds 25c TOMATO JUICE 2 tall lOc cans. Extra special. . . 15c MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL FROM SAM RAIZES and EMPLOYES COCOANUT, fresh, f M _ long shreds, per Ib. i / V CRACKERS, 2-lb. box 15c DESSERT JELL Assorted flavors, 6 for 25c DATES, Hallowi, 3 Ibs.. 25c SUGAR, Pure Cane, 25-lb. bag. $1-37 1 Sliced No. PEACHES or Halves, Can. 14c Powdered SUGAR, 3-lb. pkg 19c CHRISTMAS CANDY A large assortment of bulk and box candy at extraordinary low prices. Get our price before buying. BROWN SUGAR, 4 Ibs. 22c We Pay Highest Market Price for fggi. SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 South Federal Are. OPEN EVENINGS Phone 434 /\ choice selection of your favorite poultry or game for... HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES Piggly Wiggly Quality and Economy Values For Your Holiday Food Needs, Wednesday 23, Thursday 24, Saturday 26, on Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables and the Finest Selection of Poultry, Prime Beef, Smoked Meats, Fresh Pork, Lamb, Oysters and Sausage. PLYMOUTH TURKEYS Piggly Wiggly Plymouth Brand Turkeys Are Carefully Selected For Your Table. Right in Weight and Size. Delicious Flavor, Tender, and' Priced Right. LOOK FOR THE PLYMOUTH TURKEY TAG POUND Ducks Fresh Dressed, Young 4 to 6 Ib. Average Pound 17c Chickens Heavy, Roasting 3'/ 2 to 6 Lbs. Pound 17c Geese Young, Tender Fresh Dressed Pound 15c Oysters Ex. Standards. Finest Size for Dressing or Cocktails Pint 25C Prime Rib Roast The Finest Cut of the Beef a Large Roast, Serve Hot Today Have Plenty Left to Serve Cold Pound 25c Smoked Hams Decker's lowana Xmas Wrapped Make An Ideal Gift. 8 to 14 Lb. Average. Pound 26c Roast Pork Loin or Rib End Cuts Delicious When Served With Brown Sv/eet Potatoes or Apple Rings Pound 18c Sliced Bacon Canadian Style Served With Eggs Makes An Ideal Breakfast f / Pound *2 Cello Pkg,. 27c Cold Cuts 6 Assorted Kinds Just the thing For a Midnite Lunch Pound 25c Sliced Bacon Decker's Old English Lean Sugar Cured Pound 33c Bulk Sausage Pure Pork. Just Right to Serve With Waffles Pound 19C Fruits and Vegetables 5c jFancy Big Mac Lettuce, head Sunkist Seedless Oranges, 200 Size, dozen 126 Size, 4 for I5c 25c Fancy K. T. Golden Heart Celery, large stalk IOC Eatmore Cranberries, Ib. 22C Large Green Peppers, 3 for. lOc Jersey Sweet Potatoes, 5 Ibs. 25c Holiday Apples Winesaps... $1.98 Basket I D A H 0 Jonathans Delicious. . $2.79 Basket $2.79 Basket Olives Siero Brand Large Ripe Pint Can. 17c Mince Meat Heinz—Only the Best Ingredients Used [-Ib. Can. 21C Corn Libbv's Whole Kernel Golden Bantam No. 2 Can. 19c French Dressing Color Salad By Kraft Adds and Flavor to a '/ 2 Pint Bottle Fruit Cocktail Del Monte, Delicious 5 Varieties of Fruit No. 2'/ 2 Can. 25c Sugar Beet Fine Granulated 10 Pound Cloth Bag Butter Popular Brands Pound 36c Puddings Heinz Date Plum or Fig 14 Peas Del Monte Midgets Small and Tender No. 2 Can 17'ic Folger's Coffee Drip or Regular 2-lb. can 56c 1-lb. can 29c Crab Meat North Sea — Has Large Portion of Crab Meat Pwd. Sugar xxxx Makes Good Candy 3 Pound 1A«i Cello Bag.. *UC Ketchup Heinz — Can Be Used as a Cocktail Sauce 14 oz. Bottle. 19c Camay Soap The Soap of Beautiful Women Bars 17c Ritz Crackers They Are Delicious Served With Your Cocktail Pound Pkg.. 21C Pineapple Libby's Fancy Crushed or Tid Bits for 25c Pancake Flour Robb Ross Self-Rising For Waffles or Pancakes 5l/ Pound <t<f M 3/2 Pkg.... ZZC Crisco Assures Your Baking Success c°r.....59c Shrimp Sunkist Dry or Wet Pack Fine for Cocktails Fancy Xmas Mix Christmas Candy and Nuts 10c,b 5 Ibs. 49e Reg. Can. 17c Brown Sugar Golden C Pound I Cello Bog. 17c Cocoa Hershey's It Is Pure Pound 4t.M Can 13C Chase's Peco Flake 2 , b , 2?C Fancy Filled Candy, Ib. 15c Xmas Chocolates Pound Aff. 45c 5 Ibs. 75c Orange Slices, Chocolate Drops, Ib. lOc Dreft Makes Dish Washing Easier New Crop Mixed Nuts, Ib. 2}c Jumbo Peanuts, Ib. 15c Large Pkg... 23c Baby Walnuts, Ib. 19c Fancy Chocolates, Ib. box. 23c WE DELIVER PHONE 1591 We Wish You a Very Merry Christmas WE DELIVER PHONE 1591

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