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November 30, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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NOVEMBER 30 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVENTEEN " Rites for Small Son of Dumont Couple Are Held DUMONT, Nov. 30.--Verle Law- · rence Abben, 16 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Abben, died at the home of his parents a mile and a half west of town Tuesday night. Surviving are the parents and three brothers, Ivan, Bldon and Richard. Funeral services were held at the United Brethren church this afternoon. The Rev. G. H. Varce, pastor of the U. B. church at Bristow, con- ducted the service. Maude Hill and Mrs. P. M. Sorenson sang. Home for Holiday. ROCK FALLS--Students spending their Thanksgiving vacation at home include Miss Mary Jane Bliem who arrived Thursday morning from Iowa City to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bliem,-and Miss Carolyn Wilkinson who came Wednesday from the Iowa State Teachers college to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Wilkinson. CHEESE TALKS If you want an entirely new sensation In cheese flavor, try Borden's Chateau. There's no cheese flavor exactly Jike it -- many people say none quite so good, KENYON'S DAIRY PRODUCTS WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF ne Pay Few Cents More and Get Kenyons Fresh-Churned Butter BROAD CHANGES FOR BANK LAWS Senate Group Likely to Go Farther Than Urged by Aldrich. WASHINGTON, Nov. 30. UPl-- Senate banking committee members indicated today that they would propose even broader changes than those suggested by Winthrop W. Aldrich to curb banking abuses discovered in the senate stock market investigation. There was praise, however, for the recommendations submitted by the president of the Chase National bank. Preparatory to drafting their report to the senate, the stock market investigators appointed Max Lowcnthal, lawyer and economist, as liaison officer between them and the administration committee, headed by Secretary Roper, studying the same problems. Will Bo Itecalled. Aldrich will be recalled by the senate committee for questioning about his recommendations next Tuesday. One of his suggestions which met committee favor was designed to curb }oans by banks to individuals because of their ability to produce business for the bank rather than on the merit of the loans themselves. The investigation has disclosed nany Instances in which such loans ere made, some turning out badly or the lending bank, Outlaw Pool Operations. One of Aldrlch's most striking uggestions, to outlaw pool oper- tions by bank · officers, has been mder study by committee members or some time and is regarded as Imost certain to be In their final eport. The stock market committee ex- iects to conclude its inquiry Into he Chase bank next week and then ecess for a couple of weeks. ItllsedToBe We seldom hear the cheery tinkle of sleigh bells in this automobile-airplane age. More often, we listen to the Jangle of cow bells at the football games on Saturday afternoon. But the old instincts are the same. In the winter, the traditional time of generous meals and free-flowing hospitality, we want and need certain foods. If the passing years have robbed us of the sleigh bell serenade, they have given us much in scientific knowledge of what foods are best and how to prepare them. JT H«f« »t« iom« timely iugs«rtion« for cold diyilL 10«r cpo P «r^y« b»yms KEEPS PRICES DOWN F MASON CITY DIVISION Special Values Effective Friday, Dec. 1, to Thursday, Dec. 7 OATMEAL FRIDAY tmd SATURDAY ONLY Large Jack Sprat--Quick or Regular Package 15 MALT-O-MEAL . . ,,«*... 25c Has a Delicious Caramel Malt Flavor WHEAT CEREAL . . £g£ 15c Cooks Quickly--Jack Sprat MACARONI I ^ SPAGHETTI L JackSprat "ia BM 1 Vrtii*. nHni^r EGG NOODLES pound package NAVY BEANS . . . . n». 19c Choice Hand Picked PEARL BARLEY . Jack" Sprat RICE ...... iSS Jack Sprat -- Extra Fancy COCOA ..... P r- Mayflower BROWN SUGAR . . 3 «-.' 19c lOc Nc ° on2 DICED CARROTS . Jack Sprat HOMINY . . . '"=' N ° can2 * 9c Jack Sprat-- Pure White TOMATO SOUP . . 3 ** 25c Jack Sprat -- Regular Cans PRUNES . . . . . . p-*" l O c Good Size -- Sweet and Meaty Pancake Flour Jack Sprat Self Rising Large 3V« lb. Sack SYRUP Mayflower Cane and Maple 12 Oz. Bottle FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY P E A N U T BUTTER Jack Sprat--No excess oil Large 30 Oz. Jar 270 FLOUR . Guaranteed to Please You! FRESH COFFEES Direct From Our Roasting Plants Good Cheer COFFEE » * 19c R Grocer COFFEE 23c Chocolate Cream COFFEE ' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY JACK SPRAT C O R N M E A L Jack Sprat--Freshly Ground White or Yellow lb. Bag 120 lie Vacuum Tacked A Blend to Please You--At A Price You Wish to Pay' i RITE-WAY FOOD STORES SALTED PEANUTS 10ba ° B ' 9c Jack Sprat -- Positively. Fresh ALMONDS . . . . ' " · 1 8 c Peerless -- New Crop BRAZILS . . . . » . 1 5 c Large Washed FILBERTS . . . . « · . 2 2 c Round Polished PECANS . . . . '». 2 5 c Large No. 1 Paper Shell WALNUTS . . . , " . 15c Baby California Maraschino Chocolate Cream Candy . . . . . lb 2 1 c Margie Bell Chocolates lb *° x 25c Candy Kitchen Style R GROCER (0 lb. t1 QQ suck ipJ-.Z/O 2tt - '"· $1.00 Heat- iheJackSp*atMeIodgtfensmi FAVORITE SONG$M 0 .% Sponsored lyRitcivay food Stotes/ Hclpfml SpSSMClonn aid Recipe* by Mm. Marian MmDonald ·« the nire-TV'ay Toil Kitchen HELPING THE HOMEMAKER V MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE. Using Leftovers., Breakfast Orange Juice Cooked Wheat Cereal . Cream Soft Cooked Eggs Graham Toast Coffee Luncheon Vegetable Soup Crackers Grapes Sugar Cookies Tea Dinner Chicken and Spaghetti Mashed Turnips Date Buns Butter Cranberry Jelly Baked Custards Cream Coffee Chicken and Spaghetti (Using Leftovers) 4 tablespoons bacon fat. 3 table- poons chopped onions. 3 tablespoons chopped celery. 1 tablespoor flour. 1 cup tomatoes. H teaspoon salt. y\ easpon paprika. 2-3 cup diced chicken. 2-3 cup cooked spaghetti. Heat fat in frying pan. Add and rown onions and celery. Add flour and mix well. Add rest of ingredients, cook 2 minutes. Serve plain or poured over toast. Date Buns 1 caker compressed yeast. 4 tablespoons lukewarm water. 1 cup milk. . teaspoon salt. 1 tabiespon fat. 4 :ablespoons sugar. 1 egg. 314 cups flour. V- cup chopped dates. Crumble yeast, add water and let stand 5 minutes. Heat milk to Doling point, add salt, fat and sugar and cool until lukewarm. Beat 3 minutes. Add dates. Cover and al- ow to rise in a room of 72 degrees temperature until dough has doubled in bulk. It will require about 3 hours. Break off bits of soft dough and shape into buns 1% inches in diameter. Place side by side on greased pan and allow buna to double in size. This will require about 2 hours. Bake 15 minutes in moderate oven. Cranberrj- Jelly. 4 cups berries. 1% cups water. 2 cups sugar. Boil berries and water until be: ries are soft. Press through strainer Add sugar and boil 2'minutes. Pom Into glass dish. Cool and chill. MASON CITY, Nov. 30.-Jarley 28-35c o. 2 yellow shelled corn 31c Vo. 3 yellow shelled corn 30c . 4 yellow new shelled corn..28c . 4 new yellow ear corn 26c Vhlte oats, No. 3, SO Jbs. or better 2 3c- MASON CITY, Nov. 30.-Gush Quotations by E. G. Morse ^ggs (current receipts) ....... 13 C leavy hens, 4Vb Ibs. and over 7c Jght hens .................... g c prings (heavy breeds) ......... 7 0 prings, (Leghorn breeds) ...... 5c Old cocks (heavy; ........... " Man Loses In Desert Flight. After several days' search police Jatrols mounted on camels anc lorses have captured in the Nameb desert of southwest Africa a prisoner who had escaped from the Swakopmund jail. Darkness anc mist had given the man a start of 24 hours. Day after day the police ·scoured the desert until the exhausted prisoner was overtaken. Spain's Diplomats Lcnrn. Spain's group of candidates for diplomatic posts which were sent to European cities and to Geneva to ·et first hand information, have aeon in Geneva where they studiec the league of nations. They paid special attention to following the work of the assembly. SANTA SAYS: "IT'S EASY SHOPPING IN MASON CITY BECAUSE you ve got the ads in the Mason City Globe-Gazette to help you!" MARKET HOLIDAY All markets were closed Thursday as the nation observed Thanksgiving day. Local Hogs MASON CITY, Nov. 30.--Local rices unchanged; best sorted lights, 00 to 240 Ibs., 53.20; best medium :ight butchers, 240 to 260 Ibs., 3.20; best heavy butchers, 260 to 00 Ibs., 53.00; best prime heavy utchcrs, 300 to 350 Ibs., $2.80; beat acklng sows, smooth, 300 to 350 js., J2.60; best heavy sows, smooth, 50 to 400 Ibs., 52.40; light lights, air to good, 110, 160, 180 Ibs., $2,50, 2.80, ?3.00. Green beef hides 5c WOOL Mo. 1 clean bright.... 24c Ib. 3emibright 23c Ib. Rejects 19 C )b. FURS Mink 52-54 Skunk 25c-?l Civet 10c-30c Sed fox S2-54 Opossum 20c-40c MasonCityCrain Produce ! eese urkeys, No. 1 Merchants Quotations cash 21c: in trade 21-23c* Slitter, Plymouth 3Q C Butter, Clear Lake "280 Jutter, Brookfield 28c Butter. State Brand .'!.' 30c Sutler, Dairy Maia 28c Home Grown Potatoes, peck...25 ·EDITOR'S NOTR-Tbese repre- entatlve quotations were obtijlntd y calling several downtown giocery HIDES, WOOL, FURS Juotattons Furnished by Wolf Bros Inc., SOS Fifth Street Southwest.' HIDES forsehidcs .$2.23 Cured beef hides .'.'.'.'.'..... .Gc Are Parents of Son. CRYSTAL LAKE--A son was born Tuesday to Mr. ana Mrs. Dusty Fisher. Mrs. Fisher was Marie Haan before hor marriage. into penetrating suds No time spent waiting for Magic Washer Powder to go to work! The instant these tiny, pure soap p a r t i c l e s reach the water, you have plenty of suds . . . to make c l o t h e s c l e a n e r , d i s h e s brighter. At Your Qrocer's NOSER'S SEL-RITE 510 South Federal Phone 770 Free Delivery FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 10 Jbs, Granulated SUGAR 49c LUNA SOAP, 10 bars 20c IMPERIO COFFEE, lb.. 25c SWEET POTATOES, 8 Ibs CRANBERRIES, 2 pounds 23c LETTUCE, solid heads, 2 f o r . . . 15c KRESH OYSTERS, qt... 49c OYSTER , CRACKERS, lb. TEA *W 15° Trial Sli« la ;APAN GREEN O t BLACK (Brsvra Lttxl) TrMintdovc Salt* Only, P*mlf Tfcl* Low Prk« Atwod COFFEE, OO vac. packed, I I ) . . . 0«5C BROWN SUGAR, 4 Ibs 2Sc LONGHORN CHEESE, lb DECKER'S PORK CUTLETS, 2 Ibs. BUTTER,, pound 16c 23c KELLOGG'S WHOLE WHEAT BISCUITS, 2 for (With Coupon) SODA CRACKERS, 2-11). caddy Vt Pound JAPAN TEA 8 oz. Imitation VANILLA Federal Packing Co. PHONE 7ifi 21S NORTH FEDERAL AVE. WE DELIVER SI ORDERS LARD, Open Kettle CHICKENS BEEF ROAST RIB BOIL LIVER, Baby Beef . . . STEAK, Round, Sirloin . TONGUE, Fresh Beef . LEG OF LAMB . . . PORK CHOPS, End . BACON, Sugar Cured . Folger's Coffee Real Value is measured by quality and price ... not price alone. Your dealer will refund your money unless you agree that Occident is a better value than any other flour you have used. "Costs More--Worth It I'* Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY We Deliver $1.00 Orders \VK RESERVE THE 1UGHT TO LIMIT MEAT DEPARTMENT Decker's Rib Stew, lb 5c Decker's Pot Roasts, lb g c Decker's Loin Back Ribs, 3 Ibs 25e Decker's Canned Hams G2c Decker's Thuringer Summer Sausage, Ib. 20c Sterling Veal Patties, lb 15 C Sterling Link Sausage, fancy, lb 15c Sterling Lean Sliced Bucon.'lli 15 C FRUIT DEPARTMENT Jonathan Apples, fancy, bushel §1.49 Head Lettuce, solid heads 5c Celery, large, fancy staiks lOc Grapefruit, large, fancy, 7 for 25c Florida Oranges, large, 5 Ibs 25c Oranges, good size, 2 dozen 35 C Oranges, large, dozen 29c Oranges, extra large, dozen 390 California Grapes, fancy, 4 Ihs 25c Banner Oats ige. pkg. 2 for 25c Yacht Club Molasses ige. can 19c Matches . . . 6 boxes 19c Monarch Breakfast Coffee Ib. 19c Red Pitted CherriesNo. I0can49c Monarch Food of Wheat Ige. pkg. 19c Crackers . . 2 pound caddy 19c Chase Sanborn Coffee lb. 25c Monarch Peanut Butter Ige. jar 25c SENATOR DICKINSON, THE KEYNOTER I sec thnt Senutor Dickinson is terribly worried uliout the amount the government is spending. Senator, where were you during the Hoover reign when the government was pouring out hillions to tho hunks, Insurance companies, anil railroads? The government Is spending- sonic money for tho farmer and Inhering man at the present time, on tho very ones that put you into offlee. Don't yon consider tho runners arid Inhering men just us good as the banks, insurance- companies and the railroads? I hiivo always said to help all of them. You won't Irnvn to worry about getting your pay from tho government until you come tip for another office. When President Hoosivelt gets through with his gold buying deal and puts gold to $10 an ounce, he n-lll have made the government about S-l,OnO,000,00[). That will help pay some of the expenses. Now if you nnd some of your friends were getting thnt $4,000,00(,flOO profit instead of the government, would that makn you a llttlo less hitter against President Aooscvelt and his administration? Sterling Coal Feed Co. A ton of that famous Sterling coal would ninko a wonderful Christinas present. I.UKK n. MII,l,EIt JACK McCOLE, Mgr. Farmers' Union Meeting, Burchlnnl, town rrldn.v, DPI'. 1. Corn nnd Hog Program Explained. Jersey Cream Flour 49 lb. bag $1.39 fe P G Soap 10 bars . . . 25c Oxydol large package . . . 19c Oxydol giant package . . . 49c Camay Toilet Soap . 6 bars 25c Macaroni or Spaghetti 5 pkgs. 25c Folgers Coffee . . . pound 31c Smoked Salt Raisins . . Fig Bars . inger Snaps 25 pounds 59c 4 pound pkg. 25c . . 3 pounds 25c . 3 pounds 25c j$M3l. I--AKMKJ1.--JJring us your eggs. |»l:iri' hark or More, parking

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