Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 16, 1936 · Page 17
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 16, 1936
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MASON CITY CLOCK-GAZETTE, J A N U A R Y 16 AKIN RITE-WAY P Also for the "better" supplies you geb at Rite- Way Stores; and "bargains". . . the natural sequel of 8OO-store buying and operating economies; and for "buy" . . that's how you'll STORES SAVE durin 9 our BIG BAKING SALE! FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JAN. 17 and 18 COCOANUT . s o/. Ccllo. Has Jack Sprat . . . long thread RAISINS Jack Sprat CAKE FLOUR Bakes Better Cakes Package Mayflower , . . seedless C E O C MB FLOUR R GROCER .79 Unconditionally guaranteed Calumet Baking Powder . . . ' Double action saves bakinp time Arm Hammer Baking Soda ........ »;;' 20c UR. 9c 19c Powdered Sugar ...... " Jack Sprat , . . with vegetable coloring tablets Mrs. Tucker's Shortening . . ,,',. 18c Made with purest vegetable nils or 2 - 1 -Ib.. pkgs. 35c R GROCER C f\ C C C C Smooth and I Ib. U I" T t t flavory bag Marshmallows *S Snobuddy . . - Wrapped in Cellophane Jack Sprat . . . Regular lOc packages ? |i Jack Sprat . . . DO IT Plain or iodized C »«T«»* Jack Sprat . . . CXrra CT Lemon or Vanilla. V A I O.OAO Red Hel1 · · · fVtO iaSSS Smooth texture PUgs. -26 oz. 2 ra. Bottle Mayflower . . . Thick and creamy Jack Sprat . . . Unpitted 2 Ih. Pkg. 2 Ib. 15c 15c 19c 13c 19c 25c Diamond . . · ·10 foot rolls Waxed Paper Pecan Meats Halves Cherries Red 8our Pittcd Koll . . . Mayflower No. 10 (Jan C J c k Sprat . . . 30Up Tempting flavor 2 No. 1 Cans .I 49c 49c 15c Inquire about amazing opportunity to obtain Wrn. A. Rogers A-l Plus Quality Silverware. 2 CANS SPEC1ALVALUE One regular l()c package Magic Washer for only lc with purchase of one large package. Magie Washer Extra Fancy Delicious Apples, 100 size . . . doz. 35c Grapefruit, Texas Marsh Seedless, 80 size . . 3 for 17c Oranges, Navels, 126 size . . . . . . 5 for 23c Lettuce, Large Solid Heads ...... each 7c Cabbage, New ..... . ...... Ib. 6c Sweet Potatoes, Porto Rican Reds . . . - Ib. 5c HORSE SHOE GROCERY, 21 9 N. Federal ..... Phone 209 A. W. KITTO, 402 Seventh St. S. E. ....... Phone 754 THOMPSON-DEAN CO., 121 North Federal - - - Phone 217 BARRETT BROS. CO., 20 Second Street N. E. - - - Phone 43 CARL GRUPP, 1339 North Federal ....... Phone 420 W. S. LAWRENCE, 402 Twelfth Street N. W. - - - Phone 21 37 S. P. SHAPIRO, 523 North Pennsylvania ..... Phone 21 87 SNYDER'S RITE-WAY FOOD STORE, 616 S. Federal - Phone 1800 WILLSON GROCERY, 404 Fifteenth Street N. W. - Phone 241 CHICAGO MEAT and GROCERY, 626 S. Jackson - Phone 996 HANCOCK UNITS HOLD SESSION Auxiliary Meeting Held at Crystal Lake; Mrs. Whislcr Talks. CRYSTAL LAKE. Jan. 16.--Mrs. Martha Whisler of Coon Rapids, the eighth district committee woman of the American Legion auxiliary, attended the Hancock county meeting of the auxiliary which was held at Crystal Lake Tuesday afternoon in the Methodist church basement. Reports were given by members ot Britt. Kanawha, corwith and Crystal Lake units, Klemme and Garner were not represented. The units of the county voted to FL-nd S10 for additional hospital tn- tcrtainincnt of hospitals other than Knoxville. In Mis. Whisler's talks, she spoke briefly of the veterans' facilities at Knoxville and of the eighth district birthday party held in November. She also- urged rehabilitation and that each unit meet all requirements. Clifford Higgle played the accordion and mouth organ; a piano solo was given by Margaret McFaxland, and a duet by Marlen Monson and Marjorie Stewart, accompanied on the piano by Opal Monson. The next county meeting will be a joint meeting with the Legion hich will be held at Corwith in ebruary. The auxiliary will put on dance after the meeting. Gets Screen Test Additional Jurors in Floyd Court Selected CHARLES CITi', Jan. 16.--Extra irors were drawn in Judge T. A. eardmore's court yesterday after- oon alter the jury in the Clyd-j ·can case retired to deliberate on i charge ot assault with intent to ommit murder. The names drawn -ere Lloyd Larson, Rudd; Corn Jarker, Rockford; Joe Merfeld, ;reene; Abe Zimmer, Nlles town- hip; Lola JBiUcrman, Rock Grove ou'nship; Bert Dawley, Nilcs; tfyrtle Lawrence, Levi Smith. Ed Vobith, D. Holland, Hilda Egerdahl nd Axel Jasperson, all of Charles City. While the j u t y was being drawn the state of Iowa vs. Charles Monroe, he pleaded guilty to driv- ng while intoxicated and wu.5 fined Q. -Late yesterday afternoon Judge Bearcimore granted a divorce to Carrie Davidson Wolf from Caup Wolf on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. Other crim- nal matters will occupy the atten- on of the court this week. Charles City News \VnHcr Cavsull, 25 ycnr old Council Bliilf* baritone who a .year a so went to JJe\v York City liy cattle train to "make a living with my voice,'' will be given a screen test next week by Twentieth-Century Fox to determine his film possibilities. Now an NBC radio artist, talent scouts heard him oil a program Monday night and ordered tlie screen test. His lacial features resemble those of Lawrence Tibbett. 21. The Band Mothers' club is upon soring the ticket sale. Mrs. Stella Niemack returned to day from Chicago where she joinei her daughter, Ilza, on a short recital tour. State Commander of the Ameri can Legion W. G. Henke spoke at a Kossuth county meeting last nigh' in Burt. ommission at the DCS Moincs warc- ouse reached a total of nearly 120,000 during the calendar year, Mo, it is announced by the com- lission. Head COLDS Put Mentholatum InV, '/the quickly I / relieves stuffiness and \ restores comfort. Give* COMFO»t.TPa//*. If you prefer nose drops.or throat spray, call for Ihc MEW MEHTHOLATUM LIQUID In handy hollle with dropper Enthusiastic for Horse. RUDD, Jan. 16.--Earnest La- frontz, who lives near Rudd, still has confidence in the horse and thinks it the moat important power on the farm. Hhe states that as a lover of the horse he feeds from 40 to 60 head the year around. S:i20.000 in Freight Charges. DES MOINES, Jan. 16.--Freight charg-es on shipments of liquor received by the Iowa liquor control When Yon Are Looking For A · Clean Burning · Long Lasting · Low Ash · Money Saving FUEL Order a Ton of "DIXIE BELL" COAL Sterling Coal Co. JACK McCOLE 816 South Perm. Phone 132 P^ SEAL OF MINNESOTA ^M - His Again President of First Security Bank CHARLES CITY, Jan. IB. -- At lie organization meeting of the ward of directors of the First Security bank and Trust company tin; 'ollowing officers were re-eiected; President, Melvin W. Ellis: vice residents, W. B. Johnson and E. L. Wallcser; cashier, Merten ilaus; assistant cashiers, W. A. Herbrechtsmeycr, Clara Smith ano Myrtle Raymond. Besides the four senior officers the board of dlrec- :ors includes John F. Christiansen and R. W. Zastrow. Tile bank's capital funds were reported to have increased 820,956 in the past two years and deposits have increased from 3571,000 to $1,265,000. Will Observe Anniversary. CHARLES CITY, Jan. 16.--The eleventh anniversary of the Community Friendship club in Ulstei township was observed with a dinner at the Draeger schoolhouse. Between courses a program of toasts was given with John Vaia acting as toastmaster after which officers were elected as follows: Mrs. Henry Marth. president; Mrs. Walter Keifer, vice president; Arlene Koehler, secretary; William Kruse, treasurer; Mrs. Donovan Kruse, pianist; Dale Koehler, reporter. AT INDEPENDENT GROCERS IN MASON CITY AMP SURROUNDING TERRITORY -The finer TEA Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY, Jan. 16.--The annual meeting of the Floyd county- chapter of the American Red Cross will be held Friday evening at 7:30 in the Y. M C. A. Paul Era of Ulster township is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital. The Rev. G. A. Hess read a number of original poems at the regular meeting of the Wa-Tan-Ye club held at the Kellogg tea room. He also told of the incidents which inspired him to write the poems. Mabel Rid. die was program chairman. Friends received word that B Wood May is improving at the Robinson sanitarium in Kansas City where he was taken two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tollc who live near Colwcll are the parents of a daughter. A marriage license was issued to Marten Alford Banker of Greene and Arline Genevieve Mills of Marble Rock. The Women's Relief Corps gave a party for Mrs. Helen Benson on her ninety-seventh birthday Tuesday afternoon. Dinner was served by the members who also presented her gifts. Mrs. Ida Newton read an original poem dedicated to Mrs. Benson. Each women was presented with a crochet doily made by Mrs. Benson who also decorated a baby blanket which was solrl and proceeds given to the W. R. C. The annual winter concert of the high school band will be given Jan. V-r ETS FLAY I'm the teacher, and here's something JU very important. Tell your mother to give you all the Vitamin D Bread you want to eat. And you mustn't forget what teacher told you about the 4-D Plan for Better Teeth." Teachers, little and grown up, should know that they must not forget to brush their teeth and sec the dentist--also that growing youngsters need plenty of Vitamin D every day. Give them good big slices of our Vitamin D Bread every day--they'll like it! VITAMIN D IS BETTER BREAD Sterling Groceries I and Meat Markets No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY to Limit We Deliver ? Orders il Beef Short Ribs, Ib.. . . 10c Beef Chuck Roost, Ib. 16c Round Steak, Ib 20e Lean Pork Steak, Ib.. . 1 8c Decker's Braunschweiger, pound 30c Hamburger (all meat) pound 15c CHICKENS Beef Pot Roast, Ib 12c Sirloin Steak, Ib 17c Small T-Bone Steak, Ib. 17c Pork Chops (Center Cut) Ib 21c Bacon Squares, Ib 23c Mincemeat, 2 I b s . . . . . . 25c - OYSTERS National Biscuit Company EXCELL CRACKERS, 2-lb. caddy 15c FRUIT DEPARTMENT Grapefruit, Large, 8 for 25c Oranges, Good Size, 2 dozen 25c Head Lettuce, Large Heads, 2 for 15c Russett Potatoes, Extra Good, bag 39c Candy Bars, All Kinds, 3 for 1 Oc Tangerines, Large, 2 dozen 25c Bananas, Fancy, 4 Ibs. 25c Oranges, 100's, Giant Size, dozen 39c Rome Beauty Apples, 6 Ibs 25c Chocolate Cherries, pound box ·.... 25c Crisco, 3-lb. cast Hilex, quarts . Kellogg's All-Bran, 2 for Monarch Noodles, pkg Monarch Gelatine, pkg Gingy Mix (For Ginger Bread) Macaroni or Spaghetti, pkg.. DeGraw's Buckwheat, 5 Ib. pkg Olives, large jar Peanut Butter, large jar Purity Milk, tall cans, 4 f o r . Good Grade JERSEY CREAM FLOUR, 49 Ibs $1.49 1 would suggest since the AAA has been knocked cut, that you declare a state of emergency and peg the prices of all farm products at their present price (present price as a m i n i m u m ) until you can get a farm bill put through. I would take plenty of time to make up a farm bill, then carry it through the courts to the supreme court to test the constitutionality of the bill. If I recall rightly, in 1933 an emergency arose and you closed all the banks in the country, restored confidence, and a bank failure is practically unheard of now. The people of the United States must realize that if the farmer goes down, the rest of us will go with him. LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. Milled From Minnesota U. S. No. 1 Hard Wheat Mother Hubbard Flour, 49 ib. bag. . . $1.98 HUBBARD'S PRODUCTS Wheat Cereal, 5 Ib. bag 35c | Cracked Wheat, Cake Flour, 5 Ib. bag. : 35c I 5 Ib. bag 32c Graham FSour, 5 Ib. bag 28c 1 Pancake Flour, Energy Cereal, 5 Ib. bag 35c | 5 Ib. bag 39c Hubbard's Egg Mash, 100 Ibs $2.60 Hubbard's Concentrate, 100 Ibs $2-95 Sunbrite, 3 cans 13c Pink Salmon, tail cans, 2 f o r . . 25c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib. 19c Foiger's Coffee, Ib. can 29c Folger's Coffee, 2-lb. can . . . . 56c 's Butter-Nut Coffee, !b. can. . . 29c Nash Coffee, Ib. jar 29c Sweet Corn, 3 cans 25c Tomatoes, 3 cans 25c e e Block Salt, large blocks 39c Oyster Shells, 100-lb. bag 69c Stock Salt, 100-lb. bag 69c Smoked Salt, large can 79c MR. FARMER:--BRING US YOUR EGGS -- CASH OR TRADE -- ANY OF THE 4 STORES.

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