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July 11, 1935

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

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 11 0 1935 CUfRATE GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY We lead in Price, We win with Quality. Same Prices at Both Stores You cannot beat our Quality and Price any place in town. .Trade Here and Save. FBI., SAT.. MOX- SUGAR, 10 Ibs. 49c With S3 of other groceries at rock bottom prfccn. EVEBSWEET or NCCO OleomargarineK 18c PURE CIDER VINEGAR., gal. Z5c Old, Solid as New. Fine Cookers. POTATOES peck 19c C CJUIB C5c BEANS... MILK 5 large cans 25c CABBAGE lOc Bing Cherries lug $1.96 Cackers, 2 Ibs 19c Vanilla, 8 oz. bottle lOc Toilet Paper, 4, 6, 6, 7 rolls 25o Gelatine, all flavors, pkg. 5c MATCHES 12-lc Boxes Mazoia, quart 34o lOc Pineapple, 3 cans ..... 25c English Walnuts, 2 Ibs 35o Maraschino Cherries, Ige. lOo 25c Olive Oil; bottle 16o Sweet Pickles, qt. jars .. 25e Brooms, good ones 39c, 49c, 59c ME. FARMER: Bring us your eggs. They buy more here. CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE ±-....-.Ib.29c TABLE SALT. s*lSc Mac. or Spaghetti, 3 Ibs, ,.25o Oranges, Juicy, doz. ISc, 23c, SSc Mac. or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs. 25c 25c K. C. BaWng Powder .. 19e Tea Sittings, Ib. pkg. .... lOc Nectar, all flavors, 3 lor 25c OAT MEAL. pkg. lOc ._· Crystal CTefldlni With Dlshta Chicken Feed iSL $2.19 WEINERS perlb.l5c Peanut Butter, Jar lOc, 2So, 32o Sled Rose Salmon, 1 Ib. can 19o Loo Salmon, 2 cans . 25o Dried Peas, 3 Ibs 25o 25e French Dressing, jar 14c rnffoo""* 1 -" 18 "" 13 UOIlCC Gnaranteed Ib.ISc GREEN TEA ft. 19e NOODLES*- Cellophane; Bags 14c DRIED FRUITS Dried Fears, 2 Ibs 19c Prunes, 3 or 4 Ibs 25o Prunes, extra large, 3 Ibs. 25c Pitted Dates, 2 Ibs 25o Raisins, package.......... lOc Fancy Peaches, Ib ....19c Fancy Apricots, Ib........ 28c 15c Currants, 2 pkgs 25o FLOUR Crushed Wheat, 5-lb. sack 28c Pancake Flour; "5-lb. sack 28c Pancake Flour, S/ 2 -H). sack 21c White Flour, 5 Ib. sack .. 25c Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs 28c Graham, 5 Ib. sack 28c Whole Wheat, XO Ib. sack.. 48c Corn Meal. 5-lb. sack 18c Vegetables Fresh Tomatoes, 8 Ibs. ... SSc romatoes, 2 cans 15c Tomatoes, qt. cans, 2 for .. 29c Cut Beets, qt. cans lOc Hominy or Kidney Beans .. 5c 15c Spinach, 2 cans 25c Baked Beans, 5 for SSc Libby's Fancy Beets, can .. Me Lima Beans, Ige. cans .... lOc Spaghetti, Ige. cans lOc Sauer Kraut, S cans 25e Hominy, qt, cans lOc Corn, Peas, can lOc Kidney Beans, Ig. lOc, 2 for 19c 15c Corn, Peas, 2 cans 25c SUNBEAM NONE BETTER FLOUR 49 Ibs. $ I. FLOUR 49 Ibs. COFFEE, per pound 19c Best f-ea berry BUTTER NUT COFFEE A Delicious Drink i. '29 e 80 E- State St Phones 113-113 SOS First St S, W. Phono 114 Cut Rate Grocery Bobber Youth Foiled Twice in Attempt to "Stick Up" Deaf Man McMINNVILLE; Ore., July 11. (55 --"Stick 'em up," a youth nervously .ommanded Richard V. Waldo, 70. But Waldo, who is deaf, saw no gun and didn't understand. He offered the youth paper and pencil. His accoster stood puzzled and embarrassed. Waldo moved on. The would-be robber stared after him with growing suspicion, then started in pursuit, overtook Waldo under an arc light and flashed a gun. But he hurried away when he found Waldo penniless. Kropman Grocery 19 Ninth Street N. E. We Deliver HOME OWNED STORE FOR QUALITY FOODS THESE SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Buffer, Ib 24c Cream Cheese, very besf grade, Ib.. . 1 / c Minced Ham, Decker's good grade, Ib. 18c Coffee, very good grade, Ib 19c Dill Pickles, 2 for 5c Sardines, Musfard or Tomafo Sauce, 3 cans 29c We Have a Complete Line of Delicacies, Potato Salad, Baked Beans and Other Good Things to Eat. We Also Handle Wilson's Bread and Roger's Home- Baked Goods. MR. FARMER:--We are paying 25 cents in trade for large eggs. Trade at Kropman's, Where You Can Get Good Food at Popular Prices. FREE DELIVERY PHONE YOUR ORDERS EARLY Fights Job Ouster HILL HEADS EAST FOR CONFERENCE To Talk With Washington and Chicago Officials About Work in Iowa. DBS MOINES, July 11. UP)--I,. S. Hill, Des Moines postmaster who 'as named acting works progress director for Iowa, headed east to- ay to confer with officials in Chi- .ago and Washington regarding the ·orks program. Before leaving, Hill said he would eturn as soon as possible to put tne rogram into actual operation. He said he had no plans at this time. He planned to confer in Chicago rith Howard Hunter, regional works Government ban on employe marriages will be fought by Dr. Caroline Ware, staff member of National Emergency council, after being ousted from her summer teaching job at University of Wyoming when her marriage to Gardner H. Sleans, NRA official, was revealed. (Central Press Photo) Three Hurt in Auto Crash Near LeMars LEMARS, July 11. Lf)--Mrs. H. F. Groetken, prominent democratic leader of Lemars, and her 14 year old son, Henry, were injured in an automobile collision near here last night. F. M. Reynolds of Canby, Minn., was injured "in the same accident. Announcing... THE OPENING OF Chas. Lombardo's NEW Fruit Store At 20 North Delaware Avenue Saturday, July 13 EVERYONE INVITED DELICATESSEN POTATO SALAD PEA SALAD BAKED BEANS COLD MEATS --SPECIALS-ON ALL FRUITS ICE CREAM CONES Shopping logs progress director, and then go to Washington for a conference with Harry L. Hopkins, federal administrator who yesterday appointed him acting Iowa director. Hill said the appointment was a complete surprise to him. A telegram from Hopkins notified the postmaster "you will serve without compensation." Hill will retain his postmaster- ship, which carries an annual salary of $7,000, since he will receive no compbensation for his works director duties. Federal laws prohibit one person from drawing two salaries. If Hill is appointed, and accepts, the permanent works directorship, he would have to give up his post- mastership. The appointment of Hill came after several weeks' delay in naming a director for Iowa. A permanent director is to be named when the works progress machinery is perfected. Five regional directors for Iowa also are to be named. III drive out spots and stains! NO HOME SHOULD EVER BE WITHOUT CLOROX As Clorox does its work in laundry, kitchen and bathroom, it helps to make a "healthier* hone. It not only cleanses, H disinfects--an added safeguard to health. Because Clorox is a germicide-pure,safe be your guide. and dependable--it has many important personal uses. It removal nicotine and other stains from hands; makes a soothing foot bath for tired and aching feet end provides an effective treatment for "Athlete's Foot.".... Let the label CLOROX PROTECTS...IT DISINFECTS BLEACHES REMOVES STAINS -DESTROYS ODORS -KILLS GERMS CARL GRUPP QUALITY PHONE 420 FOOD SHOP 1339 NORTH FEDERAL MEATS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY Choice Steer Beef . . 25c Beef Pot ROAST, Ib. Smoked Shankless PICNICS, Ib 23c Barbecued RIBS, Ready to Eat, Ib.. Creamery BUTTER, Ib. ,... Yea! Shoulder ROAST, Ifa. .. Sliced BACON, Half Ib. c e l l o . . . . Monarch Noodles, Lb. cello pkg Home-Made BOLOGNA, Ib. . - Vegetole SHORTENING, Ib. carton 17e Nice Heavy Fresh Decker's Spring Chicks Fish Conned Hams COMPLETE STOCK OF CHOICE GROCERIES, INCLUDING HEINZ "57" VARIETIES Packed with HASH'S Toasted COFFEE A Knife with 4 Mb. jars, per Ib, A Spoon attached to fi each 2-lb. jar, A Fork attached to each 3-lb. jar, Morris Celebrates Birthday Talking of "Better Democracy" WASHINGTON, July 11. UPi-- enator George W. Norris cele- rated ais seventy-fourth birthday day by talking about the "better emocracy" he is confident the fu- ire will bring. The republican independent from Nebraska--fourth oldest man in th» senate--indulged in a. few reminiscences, but mostly his word* were of the present and the years ahead. "Right now," he said, "the two great issues before the country are holding company legislation and taxing great wealth." If the AAA is declared unconstitutional, Ethel supposes we will have to start another alphabet.-Miami Herald. DE AN CC SERVIff GROIERS "Si" Our amazing variety of good foods, berries, vegetables and poultry, will make your problem of selection easy. STOP IN OR PHONE US YOUR ORDERS UNEEDA BAKERS Molasses, Chocolate or Butter Cookies. 4 dozen to the package -... 23c HOME-MADE PASTRY H. M. Pies I5c, 25c H. M. Cookies 20c Fancy Cookies. . 25e, 30c H. M. Cakes 20c, 40c H. M. Bread ,, H. M. Parker House. Coffee Cakes Angel Foods, Large.. lOc 25c 15c SSc HOME-MADE SALADS FRESH CURRANTS, quart 15c Buy Them This Week MEAT DEPARTMENT EAT MORE LAMB Leg of Spring Lamb, Lamb Chops, Swift's Premium Lamb Shoulder Roasts, Ib FRESH KILLED HEAVY SPRINGS I. G. A. MEAT AND GROCERY GOOD OLD POTATOES Peck 50e; 100 Ibs Barbecued RIBS, Ib , Beef Ib. 18c "OAST, Ib Lean BACON, Ib. . . . . 22e 15c 25c Home-Made BOLOGNA, pound Young HENS, Ib. ««,,,, Pork Roast and STEAK, Ib.. Nut OLEO, Ib. m .. Packed with HASH'S Toasted COFFEE A Knife with 4 Mb. jars, per Ib, A Spoon attached to each 2-lb. jar, A Fork attached to each 3-ib. jar, PRESENTED BY HERMANSON BROTHERS H1ERE IS FUN AND INSTRUCTION for all. ·** Solve this fascinating puzzle by the leading Anagram artist of the nation. Rearrange the letters of each line.There is but one word to the line to the answer. 1st--7 QT. COUPONS j nd --5 «T. COUPONS 3rd--3 ST. COUPONS Delivered at Your Door C. .). CASEY OF THE GLOBE-GAZETTE WILL ACT AS FINAL JUDGE Here Are the Winners of Our Last "MILK-A-GRAM" Contest 1ST PRIZE--Mamie 0. Lund, 316 5th St. N. W. 2ND PRIZE--Mrs. Willis Semiss, 726 llth St. N. E. 3RD PRIZE--Mrs. T. A. Freestone, 421 7th St. N. W. PASTEURIZED MILK--SAFE AND CLEAN MARSDEN'S The Only I. G. A. Store in Mason City PHONE 2414 WE DELIVER 1452 N. FEDERAL 19c 22c 20c ANSWER TO It MILK-A-GRAM 8 NO. 4: Considering the I nutritive value II of milk, its I Inexpensiveness \\ is apparent. 11 | "MILK-A-GRAM" SOLUTIONS THY YOUB SKILL! SEND Df YOUR ANSWER 10 THE ABOVE PUZZLE SOW! We will par *he prizes listed herein lor what we Judne t» be the MOSI ACCURATE, the NEATEST nnd the MOST OIUQINALLy-PREFAKED solutions mailed or brought to us within five days following publication of this advertisement. In case of ties after all tests have been applied to Jetermlne best entries, duplicate awards will be paid to tylns contestants. Anybody, except our employes, may compete. It Is not necessary to make any purchase. In writing solution, use the foim above or a separate sheet. Be sure to Inclose your name and address. This pnzile will appear every two weeks fn the Globe- Gazette.

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