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December 7, 1933

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

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 7 1933 White Front Grocery 211-NORTH FEDERAL AVE. Former Location of Piggly Wlggly Store No. 1 Week-End Specials GRAPE NUT FLAKES - -- 9c PUFFED RICE, large pkg .~....13c GEORGIE PORGIE _ 19c CREAM OF WHEAT, pkg-. __ -, 19c DRIED APRICOTS, while they last, Ib _ 6c BLACKEYED 'PEAS, while they last, Ib 5c BROWNSTRIPED BEANS, while they last, .: pound '. - ; ~- 5c PRIED PEAS, while they last, Ib lOc SPLIT PEAS, while they last, Ifa lOc COFFEE HOUSE and PREMIER COFFEE, f while it lasts, vac. packed, Ib. ._ 25c MORNING BRACER COFFEE, Ib 19c SHRIMP, large size, while it lasts _ 13c PICKLED HERRING, qt. jars, while it lasts 28c LIBBY'S ROAST BEEF, 12 oz. can, while V - it lasts .... ......: ~18e TENDER SWEET PEAS, 1 Ib. can 9c SWEET CORN, I Ib.-4 oz. can 8c YELLOW CLING PEACHES, good quality, ' 1 lb.-14 oz. can ;._....-- _...15c CLIMALENE, 2 Ib. pkg. . .......18c QXYDOL, large pkg. _ _ 19c . BOWLENE and AMER. HIGH TEST LYE, - each ,, _ _ 8c PALMOLIVE BEADS, pkg 8c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES GRAPE FRUIT, 7 for ....." 25c ..ORANGES, per dozen 21c 'ORANGES, extra large, per dozen 3Sc INDIVIDUAL SQUASH, 3 for lOc RUTABAGAS, per Ib.' 3c SWEET POTATOES, 8 ibs 2oc- MEATS And that means that A. P. offers, you. many, exceptional values in fine foods this week. Buy more and save more! CAMPBELL'S OR VAN CAMP'S BEANS . 2 for BUTTER . . . ». SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR . . VERMONT MAID SYRUP . . 12oz.jug FLAKES Grape Nut 2pkgs. DEL MAM Corn No. 303, can BAKlNfi POWDERK.C.25oz.can RICE Blue Rose . , 4 Ibs. FRENCH'S ' LIFEBOY Soap. IVORY FLAKES ig.pkg, 29c 19c 19c lOc l9c 21C IS GROUND BEFORE YOUR EYES EIGHT O'CLOCK 19c RED CIRCLE 21 e BOKAR 2lb.cans45C Broadcast Corned Beef, can 15c Uneeda Biscuits, Salted, family .pkg. 29c Quaker Maid Ketchup, 14 oz. bottle 15c Shinola Shoe Polish _.. _.,...,, lOc WE WIIX, CASH YOUR C. C. O. CHECKS BEEF ROAST 6 c ,b. SAUER KRAUT BEEF BOIL Rolled RIB ROAST ' Lean PORK ROAST SPARE RIBS PURE- LARD SWISS STEAK 14 ib. FRESH CHICKENS, Ib 13c HAMBURGER, Ib 5c Potatoes g*oTM pk. 25c Apples ^ On r. a . ns '... ....bu. $1.39 Hubbard Squash Ib. GIVE FOODS THIS CHRISTMAS NEEDS SIGNATURE OF AUTO OWNER GETTING LICENSE Raymond Putting Into Effect New Set of Five Year Record Cards. Five hundred automobile owners in Cerro Gordo county had obtained their car licenses for 1934 at the courthouE by Thursday afternoon, indicating the distribution was not taking place as rapidly as other years, a situation probably due to the fact that two months instead of one are allowed before the addition of a penalty. The penalty, which usually attaches Jan. 1, will not be put into effect until Peb. 1 this season under orders from the state department. L. L. Raymond, automobile clerk in the office of the county treasurer, Thursday called attention to a regulation which requlies that all automobile owners put in their personal Good News for B Kidney Sufferers! Hera ia relief that goes right into the irritated kidney and bladder organs BO Quicldy, you can actually SEE results within a few hours. Flushes oat poisons, neutrali»ea burninp adds, bnnra prompt noothing comfort. No more aching back, weak bladder, eoro painful Joints from lack of kidney activity. Ask druggist for FoJey Pilla-take no other. Money back guarantee. CIS33 THE CflEjRT ATLANTIC PKCIFIC TEA CO.'MiddleW«ie,nDi»,,M ... Defeat to DIRT and GREASE! Use less, for Magic Washer Powder does more, even in hard, cold water. Every tiny pure soap particle dissolves instantly and completely--into penetrating suds that leave no grease, no dirt. At Your Grocer's 05 £'. Magic Washer Soao Powder TODAY ll in no different than when Oliver Twiat sold "f want some more". Grow- In? children and grown-ups always want somo more cranberry sauca or jelly or cranberry pie. You -will want more too after you have fried Cranberry Nectar:-Z cup» Bugar, 2 opplvl (cut in ·IghUiB), 3 CUPB wafer. 1 cape cranb»rr!ii,2orang«« (diced). Boll tuaar and waier togtuair for5mlnu!0B.AddmlIc«dapp]«B and cook ilowly (or 15 minuloB. Add crtmb«rrlgi and orangei? cook for ien minuiM longar. 8«rv« c old wllh meal or poultry, or as a deoiert. Ask your dealer for free cranberry recipe cards. You will bo surprised how good these recipes are. Eat mo'r Cranberries ippearance to sign their applica- ions. This deviation from the practice of the past several years is made necessary because a new set of five 'ear record cards are being put into NEPOTISM LAW HAS LOOPHOLES tate Comptroller Decides Solons' Kin Eligible as Committee Clerks. DBS MOINES, Dec. 7. (.IV-The tate comptroller's office ruled to- lay that employment of relatives of egislators as committee clerks is not a violation of the Iowa nepotism aw. In a letter to Governor Herring and State Comptroller C. B. Hur- agh, L. A. Wilson, Des Molnes oil tation attendant, protested against the employment of relatives as committee clerks in the legislature. He ited 11 instances which he claimed /iolated the nepotism statute. The ruling today held that the ;ommlttee clerks, who act as sec- etaries for senators and represen- atives, are appointed by each house as a body and not by the Individuals to whom the clerks ar.e assigned. Punishable as Nepotism. The nepotism law specifies that any appointment of a relative by "a oerson" appointed or elected to pubic office is punishable as nepotism. "A legislature or a board of su- jervisors is not 'a person' ", the ruing, approved by the attorney general's office, said. "Therefore, we do not believe the nepotism law applies to the persons you named." Wilson, in his Jetter said "it seems almost incredible that, as common as is the knowledge around the statehouse, your department has not learned heretofore that a number of the legislators are using their own relatives as committee clerks and that relatives of other legislators are employed in other Jobs in the legislature." Cited as Cases. The cases he cited in his letter to vturtagh were as follows: 'Lucille Laughlfa, daughter of Representative E. P. Laughlin, em- nloyed as committee clerk for Representative Laughlin. Josephine Hanson, daughter of Representative H. N. Hanson, em- )!oyed as committee clerk for Rep- esentatlve Hanson and Representa- IVD Strachan. "Faye Sacquety, niece of Repre- entative.C. E. R: Fuester, commit- ee clerk for Representative Fueser and Representative Smith. "Dolores Schroeder, daughter of Representative John Schroeder, committee clerk for Representative Schroeder and Representative Drees en. "Catherine Hony, niece of Repre- ·sentatlve J. P. Gallagher, committee clerk of Representative Gallagher. "Yvonne Aschenbrenner, granddaughter of Senator Carl Aschen- irenner, committee clerk for Senator Aschenbrenner. Daughter as Clerk. "Thelma Garden, .daughter o£ Senator William Garden, committee clerk for Senator Garden. "Clarence Coykendall, son of Senator F. I. Coykendall, committee clerk for Senator Coykendall. "Paul Meyer, son of Senator L. H. Meyer, committee clerk for Senator Meyer. Francis Crawford, niece of Senator Mrs. Carolyn Pendray, committee clerk for Senator Pendrey." "In addition," Wilson added in his letter, "I wish to point out that Catherine HIcklin, sister of Senator B. R. Hicklin, is a seriate journal clerk; that J. G. Cook, brother-in- law of Representative Milton Peaco i3 a house filing clerk; and that Virgil Lekin, chief clerk of the house, is a nephew of Representative J. P. Gallagher." At the Hospitals WILLIAM OWEN DIES SUDDENLY flanager of Local Automobile Company Succumbs to Apoplexy. William A. Owen, manager of the Owen Motor company, died of ipoplexy at 12:30 o'clock Thursday loon at his apartment, No. 16 in he Delaware apartments. He had spent the morning in the ffice of the new location of the Owen Motor company at the corner f Second street and Delaware avenue northwest. Shortly before noon he complained of a pain in his side icar the heart. At the time he was talking to a ieneral Motors salesman and in- ited him to his apartment across he street. When they arrived at the apartment, Mr. Owen again com- ilained of a pain m his side and oiled a physician. Upon the arrival if the doctor, Mr. Owen said that e was all right. Mr. Owen died a few moments ater when he stepped into the bath- oom. Mrs. Owen is out of the city and none of his relatives is living- in Mason City. Efforts were being made Thursday afternoon to locate a sister in Omaha, Nebr. The body was taken to the Randall funeral home. Mrs. J. C. O'Brien, 1534 Adams avenue northwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for a major operation. Mrs. H. J. Simmons, Garner, was dismissed from the Story hoaplta Wednesday following a minor operation. Mrs. A. R. West, 422 Sixth street southeast, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for a ma Jor operation. Frances Kellner, St. Benedict, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for a minor operation Mrs. Miles Norris, 632 Sixth stree northeast, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for a ma jor operation. Orville Kenyan, Gamer, was ad mitted to the Story hospital Wed nesday for a minor operation. Mrs. Rose De Moray, 732 Jackson avenue southwest, was dlsmissei from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Donald Mlleg Davis, 21 Louisiana avenue southeast, was dismisses from the Park hospital Wednesday following a minor operation. Doyce Freldow, Kanawha, wat dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major oper atlon. C. R. Rhodes, Estherville, was dismissed from the Park hosplta Wednesday. He was injured in an automobile accident the morning o Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Hoy Georgoff and her infan son, 729 Jackson avenue southwest were dismissed from the Mercy hos pital Wednesday. A daughter weighing seven pounds six ounces was born to Mr and Mrs. A. E. Hungerford, Manly at the Park hospital Wednesday. A son weighing seven pounds, 1 ounces wag born to Mr. and Mra H. O. TJarks, 104 Fifteenth stree southeast, at the Park hospita VVadnesday. .CAR DEALER DIES WILLIAM. A. OWiSN WANT MARRIED WOMEN'S JOBS Unemployed Girls Circulate Petition in Support of Measure. A petition seeking the passage of a measure in the Iowa legislature which would make it illegal to employ married women whose husbands are supporting them is \i- Ing circulated in Mason City by a group of unemployed women. Following is the petition: "We, the undersigned, wish to petition for the passage of the bill now pending in the legislature against the employment of married women whose husbands are able to support them." Persons with copies of the petition were stationed In the lobby of the courthouse and other public places Thursday. Storm Windows Pierced by Bullets; Police Head Issues Note of Warning Two instances in which atorm windows have been pierced by .22 caliber bullets have been brought to the attention of the police department. - In one case, a piece of lead penetrated the glass in five windows which were standing in the garage at the H. J. Bryant home, 109 Second street southeast. In the other, a bullet, apparently nearly spent, broke a storm window on the second-floor of the L. P. Loomis home, 320 First. street southeast, and the lead was found deposited beneath, between the regular and the storm window. Chief Fatten, who conducted the Here's QuickRelief From Bad Coughs Stops Hacking INSTANTLY Why hack, hack, hack yourself to pieces? One dose of Bronchuline Emulsion gives unmistakable relief--no matter how your cough has hung on. Two doses may stop it entirely. Half a bottle certainly will, or you can have your money back. Michael Drug Store and all other good druggists guarantee it. Buehler Bishop Groceries and Bloats -- Fhone 2071 -- 1333 North Federal FREE DELIVERY -- GOVERNMENT INSPECTION 8c BRAN FLAKES, box BANNER OATS, t C .. large .box 1«JC LIBBY'S MILK, 4 tall cans Sweet Corn, 3 cans 25c HAMBURGER, ground beef, 4 I PORK ROASTS, shoulder cut, Ib.... Decker's POT -I A ROASTS, Ib. 12clvC Head Lettuce, 3 heads. .25c FREE LIBBY DEMONSTRATION SATURDAY P. M. Folger's Coiiee u CARL GRUPP FOOD MARKET PHONE 420 1SS9 NORTH FEDERAL Corned Beef Cabbage Tenderloin 7c Boneless, Hump and Bib, )b. Solid Heads, Jb. 4c ·Beef or Pork, Ib. BEANS j *\ 1 SAUER KRAUT, bulk, qt. lOc 12lc HAMBURGER, pound FRANKFURTERS, pound PORK ROAST, pound ....; J.W1. pound FRESH DRESSED DUCKS AND CHICKENS, !b. 12l/ 2 c Folger's Coffee n. 330 1 A BEEF ROAST, Federal Packing Co. Phone 746 We Deliver $1 Orders 313 N. Federal Are. WHY NOT BUY A Quarter-Of-Beef AND SAVE MONEY ON YOUR MEAT BILL? Front Quarter Hind Quarter . Ib. 5c Ib. LARD, Open Kettle . BEEF STEAK, Round, Sirloin, Ib. SIDE PORK, Fresh, Ib BEEF ROAST, pound ·7 OYSTERS, · C quart ... lOc 6c PORK ROAST, pound PORK CHOPS, End, Ib 7c 45c 7c ...8c nvestigation in the Loomis case imself, sounded a warning against he dangers involved in shooting within the city limits and let it be *nown that there would be the everest punishment possible under he law for any one found guilty of he offense. Start Work on Project KAtfAWHA, Dec. 7.--Men have seen put to work on the streets of anawha putting in some new vater mains. This is a part of tha lUblic works program.. Work has also been started on the new dam at East Lake, four miles east of lere. GiticuraTalcum 'JorSveryMember of the Jet/nity It BOOthw and cools father's !tca nod removes the after-«ba»ing chine, comforts baby's tender skin and prevents chafing and irritation, and gives · the finishing touch to Mother's toilet, Prfce2Sc j Proprietors: Potter Drug Chrmicat Corporation, Maiden, Mnss. Read the Want Ads NOSER'S SEL-RITE 516 South Federal Phone 770 Free Delivery OPEN SUNDAY--9 .TO 12 A. M. Friday and Saturday Specials Butter, Ib- 23c Soda Crackers, 2 Ibs... 21c Graham Crackers, 2 Ibs. 23c O. K. Coffee, 1 Ib 19c 3 Ibs 55c Japan Tea, '/i Ib lOc American Salt, 2-lb. bag 7 J /jc Jello, all flavors 5c Camay Soap 5c Protex Health Soap... 5c Pure Strawberry Preserves, 2 Ibs 29c Pop Corn 5c Large Oranges, dozen 25c Med. Oranges, dozen.. 20c Grapefruit, 7 for 25c Jumbo Peanuts, qt.... 5c English Walnuts, Ib... 15c Brazils, Ib 15c Fresh Dates, 2 Ibs.... 19c Cake Honey, 2 for. ... 25c Pure Egg Noodles, Cake turner free, 3 f o r . . . 30c Cookies, 2 dozen 12c KELLOGG WHOLE WHEAT BISCUITS .......... 12c With Coupon GRANULATED SUGAR, 10 Ibs., ............... 49c Meat Department DALE BLOXHAM. Mgr. Beef Roast Sirloin Steak Small Wieners Pork Roasts Rib Roast Ib. 9c Ib. No Shanks Ib. lOc Ib. Sc Rolled Boneless Ib. STOP SHOP FOOD MARKET 123 N. Federal Fhone 2727 $2.00 Orders Delivered Free wi DO ov* run Sugar Fine Granulated, 10 Ibs. SUGAR, medium brown, 5 Ibs. 25c SUGAR, powdered, 3 Ibs _ 19c Coffee 49c COFFEE, A Blend, 1 Ib COFFEE, Folgers, 1 Ib ._._17c 31c Butter Fresh Churned, Ib. 22c CRACKERS, Daisy, 2 Ib. box OATS, quick or regular, 2 for 21c ..... 25c Beans No. 1 Navy Michigan, peck _ MILK, IGA, tall cans, 3 for PRUNES, medium size, 3 Ibs. _ 59* 17c 25c Soap 0. K. 1 Ib. yellow bar, 6 for RINSO, large pkg OXYDOL, large pkg _19c .19c Grape Fruit :,:·· 250 ORANGES, 344 size, 2 dozen APPLES, Jonathans, 7 Ibs ....... 27c 25c Celery Large and crisp, 2 _ SQUASH, individual, 6 for ...,, LETTUCE, crisp and solid _10c ,, 5c BEEF ROAST, lean and tender, Ib ........ .,8c-10c BEEF RIBS, lean, to stew, Ib ...................... ..... 4/ 2 c Sugar cured, Vi or whole, Ib. *% J| £ CHEESE, Longhorn Wis., Ib ................ _..__ ..... 16c LARD, pastry tested, 8 Ib. pkg. . ............... . ........ 50c

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