The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 17
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1933
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DECEMBER 7 1933 E MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CHILD'S LINENETTE STORY BOOK with each 1 -pound bag RGROCER COFF · · -Substantfal "Linenette" booklets-"your choice of 8 popular subjects-'-start saving them now-·· whole set will be a fine Christmas present for sm»H children. 23* No. 2 Can MASON CITY DIVISION Carrots «c Peas Jack Sprat--A Combination of Both Vegetables Whole Kernel Corn ^ 15c Jack Sprat Golden, Bantam Special Values Effective Friday, Dec. 8th, to Milk Hominy Thursday, Dec. 14th Tomatoes . (One 5 Oz. Can FREE!) No. 2 Can Chocolate Pumpkin ^m Cancentra ^reant Cocoanut COFFEE Ta P io «* ji Vacuum Packed No. 2 «· · Cans *· for Jack Sprat--Solid Hand Packed Jack XT.-, o ^ -- ^ Sprat . . ^ IOC Concentrated Juice Gives True Flavor Long Shreds lOz. Package SOz. «i J* for ' · Packages Jack Sprat--Quick Cooking Chocolate Pudding ^^ Jack Sprat--Easily Made Pound Till Pearl Barley . Jack Sprat IOWA NEEDY TO GET FREE GOAL About 425,000 Tons Will Be Given to Unemployed This Winter. By HUBY A. BLACK GIobe-Giizettc Washington Bureau WASHINGTON--About 425,000 tons of coal will be given to Iowa needy unemployed this winter by the Federal Emergency Relief administration, Us director, Harry L. Hopkins, estimates. A total ot some 10,000,000 tons of bituminous and anthracite coal will be purchased by the Federal Surplus Relief corporation at substantla price reductions from coal operator and distributed among all the state where winter weather makes fu necessary. Hopkins warns that tl state allocation figures are onl approximate amounts as it is in possible to fortell the exact amoun of coal to be used. Local Coal Dealers. Local relief administrations wl make arrangements with local coa dealers to supply the coal from ex isting stocks and will then inform the Iowa state relief administrate how much coal they have distribute to the unemployed. The state administration will n. lay this information to the Federa Surplus Relief corporation in Wash ington, which will instruct the coa interests to ship replacement coa to the local dealers. The Federal Surplus corporatio 5c Full Pound 1 rffc-k Package * If C \ Rice Popcorn xf^f^p Jack Sprat Fancy Long Head Package * 9C 10 Oz. · Tin No. 2 Cans Lima Beans 2 Jack Sprat--Ready to H Olives . . . Jack Sprat--Plain o Fruit Peels 3 As. 25 Lemon, Orange or Citron--Jack Sprat Milk . SS 3 *» 19' Jack Sprat--Ready to Heat and Serve 4 OZ. jar Jack Sprat--Plain or Stuffed Jack Sprat Pure Evaporated Jack Sprat All Popular Flavors For Friday and Saturday Only Gelatin Dessert M Jit FK(jS ' Extract , Jack Sprat-- Pure Lemon or Vanilla Peanut Butter JACK SPRAT- Made From Freshly 16-oz. Roasted Peanuts Jar Spices 2 Jack Sprat-- Sifter Top Cans 2Oc Mixed Nuts ' New Crop Old Dutch Cleanser Regular Cans Sani-Flush · One Can Mello FREE! Toilet Tissue Ambassador A BROOMS K Grocer---1 Sewed Each Beta- aieJafkSpnitMe}odgMen,imnr FAVORITE SOMGSM 0 ,^ SponsotedbqUiteagfbodStores/ Helpfal SalgMtlovi anrf Sfftfff * by Mra. Miirl«M MacDttnala «r Ihg Rllc-W.Y Tgjt Klubm W£/y-WOC-\VHO-9 A. M. aas COMPLIMENTS are yours when you bake with Occident Flour. Its flavor wins praise from your family and friends. Baking results guaranteed better--on a money- back basis. "Costs More--Worth It!" KROPMAN GROCERY 19 Ninth St. N. E, We Deliver HOME OWNED STORE OF QUALITY FOODS Specials for Friday ^Saturday We Need the Cash and You Need ... ..,. , thy Groceries . . . Buy Now. SUGAR . . . lOlbs. 47c BUTTER lb.2Ic POTATOES, with $2 order 19 C POWDERED SUGAR, 4 Ibs 25c BROWN SUGAR, 4 Ibs 25c CORN MEAL, yellow, 10 Ibs 23c CORN MEAL, white, 10 Ibs. 27c PANCAKE FLOUR, 5 Ibs 27c COCOANUT, fresh, 1 Ib 23c MRS. KROPMAN'S HOME MADE JELLIES, all flavors, 1 glass 15 C PORK and BEANS, 1 Ib. can, 3 cans ' W- GOLDEN CORN, very best grade, regular 2 for 25c size, now 3 cans ·;)· ^^r C ^? HOCOLATE ' re £- 25c ^c, no w I 7c MAYFLOWER COCOA, 2 Ibs. 17 C BLUE BARREL SOAP, 6 bars ........29c These Bargains Are Included in Your §2 Order KROPMAN'S SPECIAL BLEND COFFEE, lb 27c Phone Your Order Early and Get the First Selection. We Invite you to See Us Cut Our 118 Pound Cheese. RED PITTED CHERRIES, 1 gallon 57c BLACK RASPBERRIES, 1 gallon _ 58e BLACKBERRIES, 1 gallon 51c LOGANBERRIES, 1 gallon . . 54c SLICED PINEAPPLE, broken sliced, gal. 63c ROYAL ANNE CHERRIES, 1 gallon 59c CATSUP, Van Camps, 8 oz., 2 for 17c BOILED DINNER, 3 cans 29c SMOKED SALT, 10 lb. can 78c LARGE PUFFED RAISINS, 3 Ibs. 25c PRUNES, nice and fresh, 3 Ibs. 25e With a $5 Order You Will Get One Pound of Our Best Coffee FREE DRESSED CHICKENS, per lb. 13c POPCORN, 5 Ibs ZIIl23c SQUASH, large size, per ]b. 2c SMALL SQUASH, 3 for .'.'.' io c MACARONI, 2 Ibs II.'.'.'. 19c BREAD, fresh daily, per ioaf 5 C DOUGHNUTS, fresh daily, per dozen lOc COOKIES, assorted, 3 Ibs I.... 25c MR. FARMER: Bring us your potatoes, we pay 75c in trade. I X L FLOUR, 49 Ibs $1 73 ORANGES, New California Navels, large size, dozen 05^ Medium size, per dozen 25c GRAPEFRUIT (Texas Seedless) Ige., 6 for 25c TMA?nV E F UCT {. lar * c ' Crisp * s ° Iic '' 2 for ?£ CELERY, large white stalks, each lOc GRAPES, California Emperors, 3 Ibs. '5c JONATHAN APPLES, 6 Ibs. "'"" «;. SPINACH, fresh Texas, 3 lbs...I"IZ~ '!£ will pay for tile coal. Tickets for the coal, specifying grade kind, size and amount, will be issued to persons receiving relief. Contrary to Trend. Contrary to the trend throughout the country, the number of families receiving unemployment relief from public funds in Iowa was smaller in October than in September. It declined from 36,516 to 32,002 families in Iowa, while increasing by 2 per cent throughout the country. However, the amount of money spent on relief in Iowa was greater in October than in September, fuel and winter clothing and increased costs of living; boosting expenditures from $546,208.72 in September to ?57fl,757.11 In October. Costs throughout the country were up 10 per cent in October. Charles CityNews Bond of Cummings Is Approved; Vacancy on County Board Filled CHARLES CITY, Dec. 7.--The bond of Dick Cummings was approved yesterday afternoon and he took the office of supervisor of the Miles-Floyd district made vacant by the death of P. O. Martin of Floyd who was buried Tuesday. Mr. Cummings resides In Niles township and would have taken the office in his own right Jan. 1 for he was elected to be supervisor from district number Ode. He was appointed to fill the vacancy by Gus Mitchell, county auditor, H. A. SHnger, clerk of court ana Mrs. Grace Rex Curtis, county recorder. Dr. Davidson Memorial Service Held by Club CHARLES CITY, Dec. 7.--The Wa-Tan-Ye luncheon hour was given over to a memorial service to Dr. Lilla Davidson, past president, who was buried a week ago in Brooklyn The Rev. Ralph Collis, who officiated at the funeral services, paid a high tribute to Dr. Davidson's conscientious labor in her profession her civic interest and faithful service in the church. Mabel Riddle spoke of the esteem which the Wa- Tan-Ye members had for Dr. Davidson who had been helpful in carrying out many of the projects nnd been fnithful in attendance. SEVENTEEN Leland Will Seek New School Gym as Project LELAND, Dec. 7.--After the regular meeting of the town counc'l nnd also one by the school board at the same time, a joint meeting was held to consider building- a pym- nnsium on the school grounds, the work to be clone under the new civil works act. A committee con- S'ft'ng of Otto Nolto and John Lindh, representing the council O T. Ambroaon and H. D. Branstad the school board, was chosen to go soon to Dca Moines to confer with the Iowa civil works administration In regard to the project. British firms have contracted for approximately 2,000 bales of Pacific Coast hops. Ask your Grocer for a LITTLE PELTON and get u REAL BUG DM Known many years as being the best Stewart to Be Buried in Marble Rock Friday CHA.RLBS CITY, Dec. 7.--Funeral services for Charles C. Stewart, 81, will be held Friday after noon at 1:30 at thc Grossman fu neral home with the Rev. G. A. Hes officiating. The body will be taken to the Christian church at Marbli Rock where services will be held a 2:30 followed by burial in Hillside cemetery. Mr. Stewart died yesterday at tlie home of his son, Dale, COG South Iowa street, where he lived since coining from Marble Rock 10 week.s ago. A sister, Mrs. Her uerl Willse lives Here. LINDSLEY-LA.KSH. CHARLES CITY, Dec. V.--Announcement is made of the mar- ·iage of Miss Marybelle Linctslcy, Nashua, to Robert D. Larsh, Jharles City in Caledonia, Minn.! Oct. l. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Hynes at his home. Mrs. Larsh attended school icre until her senior year when she moved to Nashua. Following her graduation she attended Iowa State Teachers' college and later taught n Chlcknsniv count}'. Mr. Larsh vaa a member of the 1929 class of he local high school and is now njployed by the Oliver Farm Equipment company. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, Dec. 7.--Mr. ^lld Mrs. Royal Firman, Mr. and Mrs. John Cero, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce "irman returned from Edgewood where they attended the funeral of 51mer Eckert who was killed in Waterloo. Mr. Eckert was a broth- r of Mrs. Cero and Mrs. Royal Firman. His death resulted after an uitoniobile struck him. He died in he hospital at Iowa City. The rest rooms of the junior- enior high school have heen fur- ished by the class of 1930. Two hree-piece fiber suites, including etlee, rocker nnd chair, reading- able, l u m p nnd screen were pur- based in addition to curtains and ther accessories. The Charles City Mule chorus ill give a program in New Hamp- on Dec. 11. under the auspices of le Men's Brotherhood of the First relliodisl church. Thursday, Dec ·(, it will go to Austin, Minn, to ng in the First M. R. church. The uorus is entering the third season. t is composed of 3!i business and rofessionnt men directed by Luthr Richman of Cedar Falls. The evening auxiliary of Hie First M. E. church will meet for a icnic supper this evening in the lurch dining room after which the ollowing program will be given- Devotions, Mrs. William Bubb- ew Women and New Freedom hrough Education, Mrs. A. M. anders; leaflet, Mrs. Godderz- .ewardship message, Smyrna Sat- ;rlee. Ed Willarcl of Rockford is in the edar Valley hospital. The Charles City Building and can association declared a three nd one-half per cent d i v i d e n d for c last six months, making a total T the year of six per cent. The Wartburg league will give a three act comedy called "Chintz Cottage" Dec. 11 and 12 in the par- i lors of the Lutheran church. | \ Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY We Deliver $1.00 Orders WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT MEAT DEPARTMENT Decker's Boiling Beef, lb 5c Decker's Beef Pot Roasts, lb 8c Decker's Beef Short Rib Roast, lb 12 '/ 2 c Decker's Pork Tenderloin, Ib- 24c Decker's Choice Round Steaks, Ib.. .· 15c Decker's Choice Sirloin Steaks, lb 17 C Decker's Pork Cutlets, 2 Ibs 25c Decker's Choice Little Pijf Chops, Ib 15c Sterling Corned Beef, Ib 12'/ 2 c Sterling Chili Con Carne, lb lf, c Sterling Home-Made Pork Sausage, Ib... lOc Sterling Veal Roasts, Shoulder, lb lOe lAJTEFISIC -- FLATBROD -- LEFSE CHICKENS -- STRICTLY FRESH EGOS FRUIT DEPARTMENT Grapefruit, fancy, S for 25c California Grapes, 2 Ibs 15c Lettuce, solid heads 5 C Celery, large, fancy stalks ...."." I() c Carrots, large, bunch g c Oranges, good size, 2 dozen '. . 2!)c Oranges, navel, large, dozen " 25c Jersey Swuet Potatoes, G Ibs 25c Florida Oranges, large, 5 Ibs.. .'.'. 25c Tangerines, dozen nuts, Cabbage, Uananas, Totiitoes. NUTS -- CANDY -- BOX CANDY Peanut Brittle, lb \ ( )c Hickory Nuts, 10 Ibs .'.'.'.' 2 r c Pecans, large, lb '.'.' ±c, c Almonds, lb '.'.'.'.... 17 t Peanuts, lb in,, Baby Walnuts. 2 Ibs. .'.' " · · · · · · · TM c Brazil Nuts, lb 17 !i Mixed Nuts, Ib ......'/. j g£ Mixed Christmas Cindy, 2 ibs. ......'.'.' ' 25c Chocolate Covered Cherries, Ib. box...'.'.'. 2Tc EXTRA SPECIAL ON CANDY Seafoam, Date Loaf, Fudge, lb. ' 3fl c This candy liome-mndc by Helen Hoc)*,,; one'of the "nest cnndy makers In this part of the state. Mother's Cocoa, 2 lb. can 19c Peanut Butter, Ige. jar 19 C Blue Barrel Soap, 7 bars 25c Toilet Paper, 6 rolls 25c K. C. Baking' Powder, Ig-e. can 19c Monarch Gelatine, 5 pkgs 25c Brooms, not so good 29c Bulk Tapioca, fresh, lb. lOc Macaroni, Spaghetti, 5 pkgs. 25c Monarch Cocoa, Ige. can 19 C s-i.oo HOGS WILL N O T ! O ~ I hivvo tome to ho conclusion that I can't K-wr. i h country l,y myself, nn.l neither r.nn fretidi-nt ROIMO 1 roiiiict dVO "' ltCl1 finm " ""'" I " r " '" V ' K thc mui " f!l "TM iIi?tt«V,i" r «t!,L 1 "" 1!1 . ; I{; ! 1 '" ' l l l ! ronsiimers of tho United States wonlrl tultc the ri ff ht attitude, about tin. hog ami corn pro B ram, It would work- nml not le a luirdcn on anyone. With Sfl.OO hops nnrt 4.5c corn uc can go places anil ilo thiriRS. With ?S.OO hogs Hnd 4oc corn, we are ri K !,t hack whnre we started from Sterling Coal Feed Co. By uslnff u,,, famous Stcrllnff conl you can K o niu! do Ihlnps nnd your hniiK: will always ho warm LUKE K. MILLER J A C K McCOLE Mgr Value Milk, tall cans 5c CHURCH AND CLUH NEWS Trinity Lutheran Church I.iiteflslc Supper, Thursday, 5 P. M. Siwred Heart Guild, Rockwell, ( OWJl Sunday, Drc. 10, Dinner 5:30 |. M. Rockwell, Iowa, Aondemy Basement fhve.s Clnh, Ijiho Township, Oyster Stew Friday Mgfi.% Dee. 8, Central Ucl K hti School, 8 P. M. 'ineapple, Ige. 2% can 15c Banner Oats, Ige. pkgs., 2 for 25c Pink Salmon, tall cans, 2 for 25c Bulk Cocoanut, fresh, Ib. 15c Penick Syrup, gal., light 45c Bulk Pancake Flour, 6 Ibs. ... 25c Chase Sanborn Coffee, Ib. 25c Monarch Br'kfast Coffee, Ib. 19c Folgers Coffee, Ib. can 31 c Kitchen Klenzer, can 5 C MR. FAIIMKR:--RUING US YOUR ECHJS USE 1'AUKING 1-I.ACK BACK OF STORK

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