Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 16
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1934
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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 8 1934 at IHcevllle. ELMA, Feb. S.--Ot the two plays, "Luncheon for £lx" and "Dreams," "Luncheon for Six" has been chosen to represent Elma at the play con- teat in Riceville, Thursday. The cast consists of Marcella Bloom, Jean llahoney, Georgene Evans, Fae Tate, Wilbur Weera and Ralph Cook. FITS-ATTACKS CURBED There is new hope for victims of epilepsy, judging from the many ·who have tried Lepso, a home treatment. One user after another now writes that Lepso has relieved them of attacks. Its fame has spread for 25 years as one user has told another; If you suffer, send name, age and address to R. Lepao, Apt. 63, 123 E. Wright St., Milwaukee, Wis., and he will send a trial supply of this splendid treatment free.--Adv. URGES SURVEY OF FORESTS IN IOWA State Fish and Game Chief Scores Reckless Clearing Off of Land. DES MOINES, Feb. 8. U--J. T. Bode, state fish and game warden, today urged careful surveying of forest conditions before clearing trees and brusli from Iowa lands to provide work for unemployed. He criticized reckless clearing of land in 'made work 1 projects as likely to increase the seriousness of soil erosions, now one of the major SWIFT'S PREMIUM Hams 13 Half or Whole 2 Pound SWIFT'S CIRCLE-S Hookies a Picnics ib 1 BEEF Pound Steak! WINDSOR SUCED BACON 1 4ic 1 Pound Package ROLLED RIB Pound ROASTS 14c FRESH Ground Beef Swttt's Brookfleld Rolls Butter ib 26c BEEF FOT Pound Roasts 8c Snltt's Branded Beef LEAN PORK Steak«».9c Tender Round, Sirloin, Swiss Steak 15c BULK CARTON 4 Ibs. Lard 25c Sugar Cured, Half or Whole BACON 13ic Bologna, Ring Large juicy -4 AC Franks, lb - JL V rresi is ground before youreyes RED CIRCLE Coffee Ib. 21c BOKAR Coffee lb. 25c Lb. 31c 35c No. 2 Cans 2-Lb. Jar 12-oz. Can Cane $4.15 10 100 Ibs. Beet ?4.55 Lb: FOLGERS COFFEE DEL MONTE APRICOTS 2 * DEL MONTE SPINACH 2 SULTANA PEANUT BUTTER liUMFOKD BAKING POWDER RAJAH EXTRACT I rA SN Tall Cans Tall Cans GRANDMOTHER'S WHITS OR C PAN ROLLS WHOLEWHEAT . Doz. 3C WORTHMORE -, A CREAM DROPS **. 1"C nJiTCtc^rrxS ^ 1 Qr S* na in ft wrapper, plus TISSUE * Rolls 1BC lOo--to the Northern O-UJZE TOILET P. Paper Co., and get a. copy UA.UAK, iuit,c,j. r of AUcc ^ Wonder i ttnd . BORDENS, PET, CARNATION n EVAPORATED MILK 3 WHITE HOUSE S£f- 3 19c 18c 19c 17c TISSUE GOLD DUST RINSO ^15c LgE 19c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR CONTEST $11,000 In cash--7 Automobiles for 'naming silverware--lull details at your nearest A. P. Store. roblems to he dealt with under the 5-year conservation program. He urged that qualified experts, uch as Iowa State college foresters r county agents, be consulted be- ore a clearing project' Is started, said such examination might lOW'the need of planting instead of "earing. "Planting could be carried out on more constructive basis than earing," Bode said. "The applica- on of federal aid was Intended for se in obtaining the greatest public enefit. Tree and shrub planting /ould be just that." and 0' Lakes Given Contract for Butter for Federal Relief WASHINGTON, Feb. 8. llUon pounds of storage butter ere purchased today by the fed- ral surplus relief corporation for ellvery at Chicago in tubs. The d O' Lakes Creameries, Inc., of :inneapoli£, Minnesota, was award- d a contract for 499,000 pounds and . H. Weaver and company of Chiago, representing 12 small farm o-operative creameries In WJscon- n and Iowa was awarded a. cori- ract for the remainder. BANANAS r HEAD JLETTUCE CELERY fc.... GRAPEFRUIT $1.03 29c ° 02. size , 80X 96's each .. - Sc lOe 5c 'THE GREAT ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEA-CO.; Best Remedy for Cough Is Easily Mixedjit Home NoCooktnei NoWoiklReal Saving! Xou'Il nerer know how quickly a atubborn cough can be conquered, until you try this famous recipe. It is used in more homes tian any otter cough remedy, becauso it gives more prompt, poaitive relief. It's no trouble at all to mix and costs but a trifle. Into a pint bottle, pour 2 ounces of Pincx; then add granulated sugar syrup to make a full pint. Syrup is easily made with 2 cups of sugar and one cup of water, stirred n few moments until dissolved. No cooking needed. This gives you four times as much cough medicine for your money, and it's a purer, belter remedy. It never spoils, and tastes fine. Instantly you feel its penetrating effect. It loosens the germ-Tadcn phlegm, clears the air passages, and tootheB ana heals the innamed membranes. This three-fold action eiplains why it brings sucn quick relief in severe coughs. Plnei is a highly concentrated compound of Norway Pine, used for generations for its healing effect on throat membranes. It is guaranteed to give prompt relief or money refunded. CUTLER IN RACE FOR GOVERNOR Makes Formal Announcement of His Candidacy as Democrat. DES MOINES, Feb. 8. Francis p. Cutler of Boone today formally announced hia candidacy for the democratic nomination for governor at the June primaries. He said he would make the race on a Roogevelt-CougMJn progressive platform. After receiving the democratic nomination for lieutenant governor two years ago, he withdrew in favor of Nelson G. Kraschel. Cutler in announcing; his candidacy said that in the primaries of June, 1932, he received more votes for lieutenant governor than Governor Herring received for governor at that time. "The public will be very much interested to know why I withdrew from the ticket," he said. "I haven't chosen to tell much hut will say this -- I was practically dynamited off the ticket by the bosses of the democratic party." Cutler asks the opportunity "to redeem the good name of democracy in Iowa," because he said he had received impressions "that complaints regarding conditions in state institutions have been ignored, that state money has been wasted, scandal has raised its ugly head and selfish interests have played a major part in management." Cutler was named a night watchman at the state house a year ago and held the position until last November when he was discharged. He could give no reason for his discharge. Cutler is a. former resident of Mason City. 2 at Algona Sentenced on Intoxication Counts ALGONA, Feb. 8.--Sentences of 30 days in the county Jail were given George Willey, Jr., and Wade Coon, both of Algona on charges of disorderly conduct and intoxication. They were arraigned yesterday be- Sore Justice H. B. White. They were arrested after they attempted to break into an oil station. Several gases not yet identified have been found by astronomers in the atmosphere of the larger planets. U NSOLICITED "Occident Flour is certainly a wonderful all- around flour . . . Folks believe I have a special white bread recipe but I have not. Occident Flour makes my bread so good, and goes so far." Mn. C. B. E. Manchester, N, H. "Cottt Mor*--Worth Itt" -DEAN Co I--II nr. pkl. 100 Its, .1--11 o«. plcf. 1C LiC 1--8 01. pttr. 3Sc O£,» 1--fl ot. Ph». 1C OUC T B T IBRVIIf CBCfIRS ORANGES Fancy Calif. Navels, 150 size, doz. .. 33c Oxydol Lipton Green Tea Pills. Pancake Flour, 3 l / 2 lb. pkg- 29c College Inn Tomato Juice, 3 for 25c Per dozen--95c True Value Coffee, lb. 19c; 3 Ibs. 56c Folgers Coffee, lb. 32c; 2 Ibs. 63c MEAT DEPARTMENT Beef Roast (chuck) lb lOc Baby Beef Liver, lb 15c Pork Roasts (loin ends) lb 12y 2 c Fresh Killed Chickens For Economy Buy. Quality Home Made Bread and Pastry WAR ENEMIES MEET IN CWA Fellowship Group Elects. ACKLEY, Feb. 8.--Officers elected Tuesday evening for the Fellowship club of the First Presbyterian church are: President, Mrs. C. W. Krell; first vice president, Miss Anne Humke; second vice president, Mrs. John Reif; secretary, Miss Louise Humke; treasurer, Mrs. Frank Goettel. Two World war enemies met as "buddies" In Chicago's CWA army-16 years after Sergeant Charles Hall Ieft), who served in the Canadian engineers, took as prisoner Private Joe Orninf (right) of a German battalion, on the Champagne sector in France. They met when both were assigned to the same street repair project. (Associated Press Photo). WHITE SLAVERY GANG BROKEN UP 26 Persons Under Arrest in Police Raid on Hotel in Chicago. CHICAGO, Feb. 8. (H--With 26 persons under arrest, authorities today said they had broken up a white slave gang which had lured more than 40 girls from the Illinois state training home at Geneva. Reputed to have branches in Rockford and Coal City, HI,, and Superior, Wis., the gang, said George T. Scully, state superintendent of paroles, specialized in supplying young girls for disorderly houses in the Negro and Chinese districts of Chicago. Assistant State's Attorney Julius Shenvln, Investigating: the; case, said more than 40 girls had been induced to escape from the Geneva institution, only to find themselves in the hands of white slavers. The arrests were made in a raid last night on a hotel here. Six of the 2G prisoners taken in the raid recently'escaped from the home for wayward girls, authorities said. Sherwin accredited the knowledge of operation of the ring to a story told to Chicago police by a girl who Sherwin said had been marked for death by a member of the gang who feared she was going to "talk." After escaping from a vice den at Superior, Wis., Sherwin said, she came to Chicago and told her story. A policeman who wag friendly with one of the reputed members of the ring, Sherwin said, is under investigation. Cornell Social Pledges Include 4 North lowans MOUNT VERNON, Feb. 8.--Mid- semester pledges to Cornell college: social groups include four North lowans. Among the men's groups, the Delta' pledges include Franklin Cole, Clarion and Ronald Courson, Belmoad The Panther men's society announced the pledging of Douglas Bey of Mason City. The Milt list includes John Winnie of Clear Lake. TMYV ravTA/oc ·niNEuk^M WHO Federal Packing Co. Phono 746 Wo Deliver $1.00 Orders 213 N, Federal Ave. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY SAUSAGE, Country Style, lb PORK HOAST, Good, lb T-BONE STEAK, pound VEAL ROAST, pound PORK CHOPS, End Cuts, lb.... HOME-MADE 12c lOc 15c .8c 12c BEEP ROAST, pound BACON, Lean, 5-lb. box SIRLOIN STEAK, pound VEAL CHOPS, pound FRESH FISH of AH Kinds WIENERS AND BOLOGNA .7c 30c lOc 12c Folger's Coffee b.35c Chicago Meat Mkt. PHONE 8B6 626 SOUTH JACKSON White Front Grocery PHONE 1G88 North Federal Ave. WE DELIVER BOYS GIRLS We are giving a fine new Balloon Tired Bicycle away FREE to the boy or girl holding the greatest number of trade votes, April 14. SUGAR, 10 Ibs ......... . ....................................... ......... _ ................... 47c P. G. SOAP, 10 bars ......................... _. ..... _ ......... ______ 27c MAGIC WASHER ....... ________ ...... _ ........ . ............. _ ................... 21c CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP CHIPS, 21 oz. pkg. lOc MCLAUGHLIN'S COFFEES C. SANTOS, 3 Ibs ....... ................. ...... ........... . ....... ,,.._..,, ........... 53c GEM, lb. ,, .............. ..... ...._ .......... . ...................... ,, ............ ._ ...... _..21c 99 !/ 2 , lb ......... ______________________ ...... _.... ..... ,, ....... _________ ....... 23c BUTTERNUT COFFEE, lb __________ ................... ORANGES, juicy, 2 dozen ..... ..... ........ ................... ..TM,35c GRAPEFRUIT, seedless, 6 for ....... . ................................. 25c POTATOES, peck .......................................................................... 29c IDEAL GROCERY Phone SSfl Free Kellvery 226 S. Federal BUTTER. First Grade 25c MATCHES carton 20c POTATOES Large, White 29c P k. SUGAR 10 Ibs. 48c BROOMS each 25c CRACKERS 2 Ibs. 19c EGGS Fresh 19c CLEANSER 6 cans 25c COFFEE A- Quality 19c FLOUR Xru-Blu $1.85 COOKIES Assorted 2 ibs. 25 c MILK Norihficld 2 for lie WE PAY 17o FOB F.GGS PHONE US UP--536 COME AND SEE OUU BAHGA1N COUNTERS FARMERS--Evory farmer that brings us eggs Friday or Satur- FREE.' day will receive y t lb. Fnney Green Tea FREE.' mS-FEFlNDELL FOOD PHONE 834"QL/AL/TY MEATS AND GROCERIES' ORANGES, California Sunkist Navels, dozen 35e, 3 dozen .... 49c 19c Sugar, x 10-lb. bag... Giant P. and G. Soap, 5 bars. 1 Kirk's Hard-water Free Pineapple, can Large Cans, Broken Slice Lawn City Corn, whole kernel, can Gingerale, Lime Rickey, Ige. bottle LIBBY'S FRUITS No. 1 Size Tins- Pears, Peaches, Apricots, White Cherries, 1 C can IDC Fish Display Friday Pike, Shrimp, Trout, Ocean Perch, Haddock, Scallops, Herring, Salmon, Halibut, Finnan Haddie, White Fish, Mackerel, Cat Fish. Come in and See Them. Froshed Dressed Chickens VEAL -- LAMB Ground Beef, 3 Ibs 25c Beef Short Ribs, Ib.... 8c Decker's Sausage HOME-MADE BAKERY GOODS Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Pies, Cookies, Doughnuts, Boston Brown Bread. Baked Beans. GRUPP'S PHONE 420 SIRLOIN STEAKS FOOD MARKET 1339 N. FEDERAL ROLLED RIB ROAST 22c ^ipr Ib2 0c WE CUT DECKER'S SELECT STAMPED BEEF POT ROAST lb. lOc and 12i/ 2 c POKII BOAST, Shoulder, lb SUCED BACON, Cello, lb ... lOc ...15c PORK CUTLETS, Decker's, lb BARBECUE RIBS, lb FLORIDA ORANGES. ... .10 Ibs. 45c OBISP CELERY, large COFFEE -in I iUC | TALL MILK, Four Cans 3 Ibs. 89c T TDTOTM'Q GREEN TEA Ic SALE-- Buy -! JL(J.Jr -L WIN O One Package anrt Get Another . . . . .LC FLOUR I V H°O° EDEN . . . . . 49-lb. bag $1.69 TURKEYS, Fresh Dressed, lb.. . 21c CHICKENS, Fresh Dressed, lb.. . 16c National Frwlt Co. 101 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 824 Grapefruit, Texas Seedless, extra large, 9C/» (Size 70s) 5 f o r . . . £«JC Potatoes, Early Chios-- Peck25c, 100 Ibs Head Lettuce, Large, solid, 2 for.. FREE DELIVERY Florida Oranges, Sweet and Juicy, QQf 10 Ibs J.7L Bananas, Fancy ^C/» Quality, 4 Ibs £jC Winesap Apples, 6 pounds 25c UPTON'S TEA (Green) l /i pound 20c; 1 p o u n d . . . 32c 31c ... 59c 49c Folger's Coffee, pound 2-lb. can 59c Sugar, 10-lb. bag Chipso, 1 C large package lJv Palmolive or Camay Soap, 5 bars Crackers, National Biscuit Grahams or Soda, OO/, 2-lb. box ££C Monarch Gelatine, 5 for Monarch Fruit 1 C/» Salad, tall can 1JC COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH VEGETABLES 25c Monarch Coffee, OC P pound £OL 3 pounds 69c Soap, P. and G., OC,, 10 for £DC Oxydol, large package.. Blue Barrel Soap, OC 6 bars : iiOC Silk Tissue Toilet Paper, 5 large OC rolls £C Monarch Peas, large can Monarch Dill 1 C Pick'es. quart cans IDC MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME BAKING 21c I5c United Fruit Co. PHONE 749 33 EAST STATE STREET FREE DELIVERY

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