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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1934
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FEBRUARY 15 CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Townships Plan Elections OSAGB, Feb. 15.--A meeting of temporary township chairmen was held at Osage Tuesday. The purpose of the meeting was making plans for the election of permanent township committees. The elections are to be held Monday and Tuesday. KROPMAN GROCERY 19 Ninth St. N. E. We Deliver HOME OWNED STORE OP QUALITY FOODS Specials for Friday and Saturday 'SALADA" TEA '/ 2 Ib. Brown Label Black 29c (Orange Pelioc PeUoe) '/2 Ib. Green Label Japan 29c America's largest selling, package Tea SUGAR, 10 Ibs 45c EGGS, dozen loc POTATOES, good, peck 23c ONIONS, yellow globe, peck 24c PRUNES, 2 Ibs 23c RAISINS, large seedless Muscat, 3 Ibs 25c COMB HONEY, 2 pkgs 23c GRAPEFRUIT, seedless, med. size, 6 for 25c ORANGES, medium size, regular 30c sellers, now, per dozen 25c WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES MR. FARMER: IVe Are Faying loc in Trade /or Eggs AIRMAIL TO SLOW! Number of Trips Scheduled on Essential Lines to Be Curtailed. WASHINGTON. Fob. ID. I.-TI -Airmail schedules under the new setup with army planes, as announced by Postmaster. General Farley, not only will he c u r t a i l e d as to the number of trips on the essential lines decided upon, but iilso will be slower, On the New Voi-h-ChicjiKo route the flying- time will be six hours as compared with the present commcr- FIFTKEiV oinl time of approximately five hours. The number of trips on the New York-Chicago service was reduced from six to five each way. Ou the Chicago-Salt Lake City leg- of the transcontinental service on which the number of trips has not been changed, departures from Chicago will be at 4 n. m., 8:30 a. m.. and 7 p. m., with arrivals at Salt Lake City at 2:30 p. m., 6:40 I p. m., and 5:20 a. m., eastboimd de' parturcs from Salt Lake City will be 1:15 p. m., 1:45 a. rn., and 6:45 a. m., with arrivals at Chicago at 2:00 a. m., 1:50 p. m., and 7:25 p. m. l.i'iijjiio Presents I'Uvy. ROCKWELL, Feb. 15.--The Luther league of Rockwell presented the three act comedy drama, "The Man Higher Up," to a full house fit the Legion hall Tuesday night. The leading role was taken by Orville Witte. Receipts amounted to ?49. Thrifty Housewives Buy Quality 'Fresh from the Gardens" At this season, we make an extra effort to maintain a large and varied stock. Check this list for new and unusual foods, designed to renew your family's interest in their daily meals. You can buy them at a saving this weekl MASON CITY DIVISION--Special Values Effective Friday, Feb. 1(5 to Thursday, Feb. 22 ,,Hif --- SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY -Lye Homin Rumf Ord Palmolive ~ Morton's Sa 12-oz. c ail c PANCAKE FLOUR c The old standby-light, golden-brown pancakes Ponnr! "I Q,. Rap JLI7C "B^" 25C Good Cheer Coffee . R Grocer Coffee Macaroni Fu i, Jv "? b . s ^c» s « ( 3 p* a «. 17c V01JB C 1 I O I C K ( C n o o - V i o t f i .lack Sprat 1 O 1 H D p l g n e i l l f u i i ij-lii. Package! / O rkgs. J / t, Plom- n fjrr ' cer · |0 ' !l - "SI Q'^ =Mi-iii. qq,, 1 ILfLM. tlurtrantcort Sack i p l « i 7 t j Rnck i/i/v Raisins M S!i', f «r . . . pS^ 15c Qo i»rlli-i no Paolicil in Tumato "r itusianl -f A _ O c t l l l l l l C f t Sauce--MnrlluWEr BVaml Can J - V J C Chocolate Covered Peanuts F "? b 19c Pork Beans ^u,^"TM;iS%TM^ "S"n No .^cTM lOc Qr\ I T r\ Jack V* l K:t;ihi*', Ti.m:ttn Nn 1 1 A OOUP Sprat o r V f K « ' t i i l i l i i EJ-:rf . . . . c.'ins l U C Milk P^V^,, TMi 3 cor 17c Apricots r . a d«,r lr ln :r f:';"- Ss -r U1 - . . ^.^-T^l^c Fruit Cocktail ·"""^Syl^^^""'"^.,!'' 1 ' 1 "" ^J 20c Cocoa ., H^^luV'Dri^ ,;^ sc 21c Corn Flakes st^'c^,,^ 1 ^'^,,,,, iici!^ 2 - 25c OatS Qulcr'r-'S.U.r . . . ,,^0- 17C 3! ! QUICK, HELEN OR WE'LL MISS THE FIRST NUMBER AT THE MUSICALE I'D RATHER MISS IT ALL THAN LEAVE BEFORE HEARING MRS. MACDONALDANDl THE JACK SPRAT MELODY MEN. WOG^WHO [TUESDAY] through F R I D A Y Giant bars RITE-WAY 558 411 SCHOOLS IN MUSIC CONTESTS Record in Number Entered in Sub district Meets of State Set, IOWA CITY, Feb. 15.--Under an avalanche of 411 entries which Include about half of the high schools in Iowa, the record for number of institutions In the Iowa music festival has fallen. Never before in the nine year history of the meet will so many schools send their contestants into the sub-district contests of March, hoping to qualify for the district elimination events of April and ultimately for the festival at the TJni- crsity of Iowa May 2-5, Former Set In 1981. The 1334 total of schools breaks the record of 408 set by the entrants of 1931. Last year, 3S9 schools were represented in the sub-district coo- tests, first round of the eliminations. Class C schools, whose enrollment is up to 150, are greatly in the majority with 277 on the current rolls. The list shows 94 class B schools, whose enrollment ranges from 151 to 400; 19 class A, 401 to 800 enrollment; and 21 class AA, over 801 students. Contents Open March 15. Opening March 15-17 and contin uing the next week-end, contestants from all of the schools will sing or play in the 24 sub-district meets, and the individuals and groups rating "superior" will be forwarded 10 the six district contests of April 5-7 and 12-14. About 30,000 boys and girls will be involved in the first competition, and the Qualifiers for the May festival probably will exceed 3,300. There are 33 events, with division into various classes raising the total of con tests to 51. Silver Candidate for G.O.P. Nomination as State Treasurer DES MOINES, Feb. 15. /T)--Seth Silver, Caiurii, has announced u'g condidacy for the republican nomination for state treasurer. One other candidacy lor the nomination, hat of former State Senator George B. Perkins of Sac City, has been announced previously. Car, Believed to Have Been Used in Kidnap Plot, Found in Calmar DECORAH, Feb. 15.--It was reported that a Nash citr, believed to have been the car which Free Dregcr of Menomonie, Wis., was driving when he was kidnaped Tuesday and brought to Iowa, was found at Calmar Wednesday. The car bore a Minnesota number plate and It is believed the two men who did the kidnaping took the train at Calmar after discarding the automobile. Authorities in Winneshiek county have few clews as to the identity of the two bandits. Correct this sentence: "He is great writer," said the critic, "and that means he will be a wow on the radio."--Cedar Rapids Gazette TheTRUTH About ORANGE PEKOE Hon- many of us really know the true meaning of the words "Orange Pekoe?" Every day \ve hear In restaurants, tea rooms mid even at home, people asking for, and telling you they drink "Orange Pekoe" tea. If you ask them why they drink "Orange Pekoe" they will tell you that it is considered hotter than any other kind o£ tea, In fact, to all tea-drinking people "Orange Pekoe" means good Black Tea. In reality, all "Orange Pekoe" may not be good tea. for these reasons: "Orange Pekoe" is simply the name of. a leaf of the tea plant and the distinguishing mark of the size of the leaf as well. You can have ood, bad or indifferent "Orange Pekoe" tea, all depending upon two things--first, the elevation above the level of the sea at which the plant is growing, and second, the care exercised in its manufacture. Experience has proven that the higher the elevation of the tea garden, the richer the flavor of the leaf gathered. For example: The coarsest leaf of the tea plant, which is called "souchong," If grown at an elevation of 5,000 feet, Is intin ilely better than the "Orange Pekoe" leaf grown at 2,000 feet elevation; also, an inferior leaf, carefully treated, will often yield a better cup than a fine leaf badly treated in manufacture. Therefore, remember--the goodness of the leaf is not judged by cither Its size or ctylc, but by its flavor, and the flavor depends upon two things-the elevation at which the plant is grown and the care exercised in Its manufacture. "SALADA" tea is a blend of the choicest growths, gathered at great altitudes, carefully manufactured, and carefully blended to produce that delicious flavor which has earned for it the largest sale of any package tea In North America. Now, when asking for tea, instead of repeating without thought the phrase "Orange Pekoe" you should remember what you have just read and always request u. package of "SALADA" ORANGE PEKOE and PEKOE (Black) TEA, which gives you the choicest blend of Ceylon, India and Java Teas, "it's the flavor that counts" (Adv.) Saving "Occident Flour is the only flour I have used for the last ten years as I get more loaves of bread out of every sack." Mr*. W. A. D--Aubarndale, WU. ·'Cotti, Man--Worth lit" White Front Grocery I'HONK 1588 211 North Federal Ave. WK DELIVEH WET SHRIMP, 2 cans 25c PINK SALMON, 2 large cans 27c RED SALMON, Sockeye, 2 cans _.35c PEANUT BUTTER, 2 Ib. jar ,.23c PEAS, Mayflower, 2 cans 21c Van Camps PORK and BEANS 5c GEORGIE PORGIE Breakfast Food 19c "SALADA TEA »l l /z ]b. Green Label Japan 29c 54 Ib. Brown Label Black 15c Orange Pekoe and Pekoe Highest Quality--Lowest Priced America's Largest Seller JONATHAN APPLES, 5 Ibs 25c GRAPEFRUIT, seedless, 6 for 25c ORANGES, juicy, 2 dozen _ 35c BANANAS, 4 Ibs 23c BOYS! BOYS! WHO IS GOING TO WIN THIS SPORTY BALLOON TIRED BICYCLE? YOU CAN BE THE LUCKY ONE. Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets Friday - Saturday - Monday WE UKLIVEK -SI.OO OHUF.ItS U'E RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT MEAT DEPARTMENT Sterling VenI Roast, Ib lOc Sterling Veal Stew, Ib 7c Sterling Veal Steak, Ib If.c Sterling Ring Bologna, Ib 12c Sterling Hamburger (All Meat), 3 Ibs... Sterling Minced Ham, Ib Sterling Smoked Clry. Style Sans., 2 Ibs. Decker's Beef Roast, Ib 1 ()c Decker's Beef Uoil, Ib Gc Decker's Short Cuts. Ib loc FISH FKESH SALMON, HALI1HJT, H A D D O C K . F l l . l . K T OYSTERS--FKKSH SOLID PACK CHICKENS--Direct^/rom Kiirmer.s EOGS--Strictly Fresh--Direct from Kiirmm-N EGGS--While or Hro\vn--.Just Ask for Thorn "CHEESE DEPARTMENT"" Everyone knows thnt milk is very healthful. C'hncso is concentrulvil milk. Norwegian Primost, Ib 15 C Fancy New York Limlwrger, '/z )b 1 7c Wisconsin Mild Cure American Cheese, Ib. 20c Extra Fancy Open Swiss Cheese, Ib f3c Longhorn Cream Cheese, Ib tile. 25c I Tic FRUIT DEPARTMENT Lettuce, Large Solid Heads tic Grapefruit, Fancy Seedless, 8 Ib. bag :i!)c Celery. Large Fancy Stalks l U c Grapefruit, Large Fancy. (! for 25c Lemons, Large Fancy, Dozen 2i)c Oranges, Good Size, ~2 Dozen Hnc Oranges, Large, Dozen 2,ic Oranges, Extra Large, Dozen ;{rc Radishes, Onions, Giirlle, Peppers, m-nts, Turnips, Spinach, Tonmtocs, Cmillflower, Fresli Cui-rols, Sweet Potatoes. CHURCH NKWS BAPTIST CHURCH PANCAKE StJl'I'Ell--Friday, Kcl. IB, 0:15 P. M. Price: As iimny pennies us you wish to sjn'iMl. GRACE EVANGELICAL WAFFLE SUPPER Feb. 16--Friday--5 In 8 P. M.---1400 N. Adiinis A GREAT SYRUP DEMONSTRATION Staley Syrup, Dark, Gallon Il'tc Slalcy Syrup, Light, Gallon l3c Miracle Whip, Quarts ____ 25c Clear Lake Butter, Ib ........ ......... 77? Monarch Yacht Club Sweet Peas, Can . . . 1 5c Monarch Yacht Club Golden Bantam, Can I ()c Monarch Gelatine, 5 Packages ......... 25c DeGraw's Buckwheat, 5 Ib. Package ____ 2oc Monarch Ketchup, Large Bottle ........ 19c _ WE HANDLE SALAOA. TEA Pears, No. 10 Can ....... 39c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 Pirgs .......... 25c Miller's Corn Flakes, Large Packages ..... l i e Monarch Food of Wheat, Large Package. . I f i c Monarch Peanut Butter, Large J a r . . . . . , 2:c Mustard, Quarts .......... . ........... I 5c Sardines, 7 Cans ........ 25c RUNNING OUT OF M O N E Y Senator Robinson of Arlnns:is, the dciuncrulic whip of the U. S. senate, Is just n. l i t t l e lilt ahirmcil t l n i t wo are running out of money. Sinmtnr, don't Ins lUurmed, out here In Iowa we Imvc been out of money for ycurs nml n'e keep ii-polnj;. Yon can't turn hacif now; old railspliUlng Abraham Lincoln h:il his troubles running this country but lit; Itepf a-j;niiip. Abraham Lincoln bad n war on. short of snliiii-rs. short of money, short of everything except f a i r n e s s mid confidence. I ailviseil 3-011 sonic. Him; iigo ti list; KOld and silver and I understand tlmt ynu are, «oin« to nso silver on a revaluation basis. If th-.vt don't worlc then turn out tlin Krciinrmpks. Abraham l.iiu-uln used greenback* and he brought us through. History always repents. Sterling Coal and Feed Co. 4N srllnjf Famous Coal u l u u y s repeals a f t e r you try It once. LUKE B. MILLER JACK McCOLK, Mtfr. Lux Toilet Soap, 4 Bars. .25c % Oxydol, Giant Size, Package ........... .l!)c ' Oxydol, Large Package ............... 1 )c ' Chipso, Large Package, 2 for .......... 2!lc , I', and G. Soap, Giant Uars, 7 for ....... 2:"ic Kirk's Hard water or Camay Soap ....... 5c Pink Salmon, Tall, 2 for. ~25c[ Codfish, Fresh, Large finx 2~n: Monarch. Ucd Salmon, Tall Can ;Joc Ued Boy Salmon, Tall Can 1 (r Shrimp, Can |(| c Oval Sardines, Can I (); Toilet Paper, 6 Rolls 25c .Jersey Cream Flour. -Ill II). Hag- ?I.rill Occident Flour, ·!!( Ih. Haj; . S2.0!) Gold Medal Flour. -Ill II). Hug S^.()!l O m a r Flour, ·!·") Hi. liiitf . .' Sl.Si) Smoke Salt, Morton's or Ol(! Hickory, (,'ini 7.')c MONARCH YACHT" ClTuFfTUNA7 2 Cans 25c Scan's Milk, Tall Cans, -1 for .......... 25C banner Oats, I,M#e Package ........... 1 5c Pineapple, F^-irffc 2 '/, Can ............. 1 !lc SuRar. i n n Ibs. Heel ................ $,i.r,( Van Camp's Tomato Soup, Can ........ (ic CHASE and S F'ound Can Folger's Coffee, Ib. Can ............... ;ilc Folder's Coffee, 2 Ib. Can ......... ..... f!)c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib .......... i)c Bliss Coffee, Ib. Can ................. 2f )( B u t t e r n u t Coffee, Ib. Can ............. ;j2c T'".\tIAri-i; I M- i i s i r k i i i s n^ your |!iii--- l i i i i - fji«-h r»r Tr;u!'' slorf.

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