The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 9, 1936 · Page 16
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January 9, 1936

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

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 9 1936 DIAMOND BROS. SPECIALS - FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PURE Ground Beef 1 Q ( Per Dound ^^B ^^^ Per pound SIRLOIN STEAKS Per pound 100% PURE LARD 2 pounds ... 25 BEEF BOIL ]A| D-_ __.._J ^^^ ^^^ Per pound SAUERKRAUT ( B u l k ) per pound 5c WIENERS 2 pounds 25 LEAN -- ^^ Pork Roast IQi Per pound *^P ^^ Pork Hearts | J Per pound MB ·· BEEF Pot Roast Per pound NECK BONES, per pound 5e SUGAR 10 pounds .... 49 BUTTER-NUT COFFEE l-fb. can 28 KELLOGG'S WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES, 2 large boxes 19c KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN, lorge size 22c Reputation Buckwheat PANCAKE FLOUR, 3^-lb. bag 15c Moca Bean Coffee Per Pound 15 MATCHES 6 large boxes Brilliant Coffee Per Pound 17 FANCY CHOCOLATE COOKIES, per pound 19c PURE CHERRY PRESERVES, 2-lb. jar 25c BREAD and BUTTER PICKLES, quart jar 25c PINK SALMON 23c TOMATO SOUP 4 Cans. I9c FANCY SPINACH SARDINES Mustard ana Tomato Sattc* 5 Large Oval cans FANCY HARD CANDY, 2 pounds ...................... 25c MIXED NUTS, per pound ............................. BRAZIL NUTS, per pound ............................ 15c P. and G. SOAP l O B o r s 29C OXYDOL Large box. . . 2Ic and 1--IQc b o x . . . 5c D. B. LYE 4 cans . . . . . . 25c CAMAY SOAP 4 Bars 19C OREGON PRUNES, No. 10 can. ........................ 29c BLACK RASPBERRIES or LOGANBERRIES, No. 10 can CRUSHED or SLICED PINEAPPLE, No. 10 can 49c 65c I BROWN SUGAR E 4 pounds 21 CHOICE RICE 4 pounds. . SLICED PINEAPPLE, 2 No. 2 cans . . . . . / . 29c BLUEBERRIES, 2 No. 2 cans 29c RED CHERRIES, No. 2 c a n . ' . . / 10c FIG BARS SODA CRACKERS ........... 17c SEEDLESS RAISINS pounds Free! Free! One lOc Can Calumet BAKING POWDER With Each 49-lb. Bog DIAMOND'S BEST FLOUR. pounds. 19c FANCY APRICOTS Per pound NONE-SUCH MINCEMEAT, 2 pkgs 25c DIAMOND'S BEST CAKE FLOUR, 3-lb. pkg 21c Block SALT 50-lb. Block , 35 Leading Brand OYSTER SHELLS 100-!b. bag 63° REPUTATION EGG MASH, 100-lb. bog $1.95 SOYBEAN OILMEAL, 100-lb. bag . . . - $1.39 ORANGES 2Dozen...25C Delicious APPLES Dozen ..-. Roman Beauty APPLES Pounds... Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT HEAD LETTUCE 4 for . . . . . 25c CABBAGE 10 pounds . 25c Red River Early Chios POTATOES Per Peck 23c 100-lb. bag. . $1.35 CRANBERRIES 2 pounds . . 35c RED ONIONS 10 pounds . 25c RENO URGES HIS FARM AID PLAN To Leave for Washington to Push Program o( "Cost of Production." DES MOINES, Jan. 9. UPl--Milo Reno, gray haired leader of the farmers holiday movement, today tossed his "cost of production" program, unattained goal of the farm AQUART Cash and Carry We sell quality Milk, saving the 3c delivery cost. What you save us we Save You! We Also Deliver. strikers three years ago, into the mixing bowl of AAA substitutes. Reno announced he would leave for Washington Saturday to lead the Farm Holiday association's bat. tie for "cost of production plus a reasonable profit." Known variously as the "disciple of discontent" and the "champion of the underdog." Reno has been prominently identified during the last three years as one o£ the minority farm group's most militant leaders. provided Strike's Backbone. His exhortations for cost of production farm relief provided the backbone X the farm strike which dragged out through parts of two years, and climaxed with the dragging of a district court judge from bis bench at Le Mars. _, . _ ,, Reno said he was invited by EH. Everson, national president of the farmers union, to join with other holiday and union leaders in mapping a cost of production program that will gain congressional acceptance. .Defeated in all previous attempts at passage, the program briefly calls for legislation that would insure each armer a cash return that would meet his production costs, "plus a reasonable profit." Not Invited by Wallace. Secretary Wallace did not invite Reno to attend the AAA conference Friday and Saturday, Reno said, adding, "but that was not surpris- "We are going to fight without gloves," Reno said, "president Everson has called Farmers Union state presidents to meet in Washington Jan. 13 to prepare a program for agriculture that will recognize the rights of farmers and of other groups of society as well. "The farm board wrecked the Hoover administration and tha Triple A has been a more decided failure than was the Farm Board. "Xir-ie to Call Halt." "With the farmer crucified for years by the politicians and half baked theorists, it is now time to call a halt and give him a program in harmony with the McNary-Haugen bill that had the support of all farmers and a majority of businessmen. "Without a right-about-face and a return to reason, the administration is bound to fail if any effort it UNITED Fruit Company PHONE 749 33 East State Street FREE DELIVERY HEAD LETTUCE, C Large Solid Heads.. OC APPLES, Rome Beauties, Us. 25 c ket s "$1.45 Seedless GRAPEFRUIT 8 ?^r 5 for fcuJC for ALMONDS, 21bs FILBERTS, 2 Ibs 35c BANANAS, Firm, Yellow, 4 Ibs POTATOES, Early Chios, No. 1 Grade, Peck Pecan Meats, Black Walnut Meats, Ib. MIXED NUTS, Ib NAVY BEANS, 8 Ibs 25c SALAD DRESSING, SPREAD, THOUSAND ISLAND, Quart .. 29c Monarch Finer Foods Monarch CORN, No. 2 Can, 2 for 25c Monarch Coffee, .3 Ib. De Luxe Jar 79c Monarch CATCHUP .... I5c Monarch CAKE FLOUR Monarch GELATINE, 6 for Monarch FRENCH DRESSING J5c 15c Monarch Egg NOODLES, Ib Monarch R E D " PITTED CHERRIES, No. 2 Cans, 2 for RINSO, Large 15c J3c 20c P and G SOAP, Giant Size, 5 for I9c Royal GELATINE, 5 Packages | . . . . . _ . _ Yacht Club GREEN TEA. Pound Box.. 25c 15c Monarch EARLY PEAS, Sifted, Size No. 2 Can Monarch BREAKFAST COCOA, Ib. JUNE 15c Monarch CHILE SAUCE 19c Monarch FOOD-0-WHEAT Monarch BABY FOOD, 3 for 25c Monarch SHRIMP 15c Monarch RED RASPBERRIES .. Monarch FRUIT TAIL, Tall Cans, 2 for J9c COCK- 33c OXYDOL, Large 20c PEL'S NAPTHA SOAP, 5 Bars f o r . . Silk Tissue PAPER, (1,000 Sheets). 6 for 25c BLACK TEA, English Breakfast. Ib.. 25c FARMHOUSE SWEET PEAS, 3 No. 2 Size Cans 25c Mrs. Barclay's Home Baking Fruit Company 101 South Federal Ave. PHONE 824 FREE DELIVERY might make to correct a grave and deplorable situation." Reno called upon all state holiday leaders who could leave their work to join the conference. He said the supreme court's decision killing the AAA set the farm fight back to 1933. Recalling the holiday and Farmers Union fight in that year, he said, "now the holiday and union forces are determined that this time there shall be no ·giving someone a chance.' They are prepared to accept nothing less than cost of production." Mission Group Meets. CORWITH--The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. R. Gardiner with Mrs. A. E. Mulllns assisting hostess. The lesson on "Evangelization, the Need," was given by Mrs. W. H. Merriam. Mrs. Merriam, the Queen Esther leader, also talked on Queen Esther achievements. Recovering From Burns. JOICE---Lorna Haroldson, IS months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Haroldson, is recovering from burns on her hands, which she received when she put her hands in some hot candy that had been set out to cool, Fire Quickly Put Out. STACYVILL.E--The fire which started from a torch being used to thaw out a water system in the Albert Gerk farm a mile east of here was quickly put out by chemicals from the local fire department. Damage was confined between the walls. Woodmen Elect Officers. DUMONT--The following officers of the Modern Woodmen were reelected: Counsel, August Stock; Hanker, Will Stock; clerk, Fred Dennis; directors, Oscar Ttomba, Raymond Pfaltzgraff and Fred Da- . vis, Aredale. Will Serve Banquet. THORNTON--Mrs. H. W. Alexander assisted by Mrs. R. E. James and Mrs. Leonard Anderson enter- tamed members of the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday afternoon. Plans were made to serve the banquet for the American Legion members and guests following the all day rabbit hunt Jan. 14. SUADI -The delicious TEA £7Jieijrekere- the most dramatic FOOD VALUES in qears . For Friday and Saturday, Jan. 1041 Peaches No. 10 Can Mac. or Spag. American Beauty Brand 3 in Cello 2 Red Salmon Libby or Del Monte Mb. Tins Coffee 5 More Brand Pound ISC Cigarettes All Popular Brands Crackers Liberty Brand Grahams Liberty Brand i9c Cheese No. 1 Wisconsin Colby Pound .......... 23C Peas Libby's Happyrole No. 2 Can. lie Tomatoes LeGrande, Solid Pack 3 No. 2 C a n s . . . . . 25C War Paper 40 . t. Rolls Per Roll 6c Baby Food 3 Heinz Brand Reg. Cans 25C Soap P. G. White Laundry Note the Saving 5 ?."* 17C Fiour BETSY ROSS A Strictly Hard Wheat Milled from Northern Wheat. d9!; b ' $2.09 (§/ Bag. . %a*0V/ Peanut Butter Purity Brand Made F'om No. 1 Nuts 2 Pound "%Tjn Jar 2/C Dreit For Soapless Suds Reg. Pkgs. 25c Dog Food Swift's "Pord" Brand Cans 2§C Pineapple Libby's Crushed 2 Tin? .......... 15c Mayonnaise Famous Kraft Brand Pint Jar Coffee Chase Sanborn Pound Cocoa Hershey's Pound Con Free Tea and Toast Served AH Day Saturday Betsy loss Bread Block or Green '/4 Pound. . .. 7C '/2 Pound. . . . Per Loaf Lb. Folger's 2 Ibs. Quick or Regular Lb. Bag Raisins Thompson Seedless Pounds in Cello... FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES Fancy Arizona Lettuce 5's Per Head 5 /3*C Texas Seedless Crapefrisit 80's 5 far. 2*C Fancy Winesap Apples d noundt 2§C

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