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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 23, 1936
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 23 1936 OPPOSES USE OF FUNDS IN PROBE lowan Says Investigations Have Reduced Use of Milk. WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. «f-- Milton Hult of Davenport, Iowa, president of the International association of milk dealers, issued a statement here yesterday opposing further use of federal funds for federal trade commission milk investigations. Hult said the chief results of investigations had been to reduce con- CHEESE MARKET Fine Cheeses You Will Enjoy Fresh Aslftc-O Frnih Mnnteche Fresh flcamorze Fresh Incanratrato -,,_.,, Frenli Relish Cream TODAY Fresh Brie TRY SOME AT SPECIAL PRICES Kenyon's fancy Ol Colby Ixmghorn, Ib. . . . I* * C Unbranded Longhorn, Ib Longhorn is commonly called "cream cheese" contracted from the words "full cream" or "whole milk." Cheese, like anything else, can be made GOOD with rich wholesome ingredients and skilled operation or CHEAP with skimmed Ingredients and unskilled operaters plus water, but why carry water home unless the well has gone dry. Yon can easily Identify Kenyon's quality cheese because every pound Is stamped. WHOLESALE RETAIL Mason City and Clear Lake sumption of milk in areas where investigations aroused suspicions of consumers. The result, he said, was that the farmers' income there was lowered. He said also that the commission reports had attempted to indict an entire industry, including-farm cooperative leaders, for the unethical acts of a few. The statement criticized also the recent Canadian trade pact. "The commission, in its first report," Hult said, "charged unfairness in the use of cream from mid- dlewestern states in the eastern markets, but now the administration in its reciprocal trade agreement with Canada admits one and a half million gallons of cream at lower tariff rates. * * * Is it fair for the Canadian farmers to have the eastern cream market?" Hult said the dairy industry had made a "fine record" during the depression in maintaining farmers' incomes, keeping payrolls up and at the same time selling its products to consumers at a lower index price than those of other foods. Chickasaw County Snow Plows Clearing Roads NEW HAMPTON, Jan. 23.--All state highways out of New Hampton were reported impassable by highway commission employes here Thursday morning. Attempts to clear them started as the wind subsided. The four Chickasaw county snow plows, used on. the county trunk and secondary roads tied up here Wednesday, the weather being too cold for the drivers to endure. The steering gear on a Gamble- Robinson fruit truck froze four miles east of here early Wednesday morning. Late in the day a tractor broke a front spring on the truck pulling it out of the ditch. Fruit and vegetables on the truck were transferred to another truck. Rural route carriers failed to complete their routes and in New Hampton only the business district was served by the city carriers. St. Joseph's school did not have school Wednesday. Neither St. Mary's school or -St. Joseph's held school Thursday. Old residents were unable to recall when the temperature failed to climb higher than 20 degrees below zero during 2i hours. Heads Retail Group. NEW YORK, Jan. 23. Iff)--F. H. Van Allen of Clinton, Iowa, was elected a director of the merchandising division of the National Retail Dry Goods association at a board meeting here. FEDERAL PACKING CO. Phone 746 We Deliver $1 Orders 213 N. Fed. Ave. The elk you have seen in our show window will be cut into steaks and roasts Friday and Saturday. . . . Ib.l5c Beef ROAST, Ib... 14c Ground BEEF, Ib. 14c Pork CUTLETS, Ib. ISc Rib BOIL, Ib.. lOc End Cut PORK CHOPS, Ib. ISc Compound LARD, Ib.. 12C FRESH FISH OF ALL KINDS FINNAN HADDIE I ASKED DAD AND ME SAYS B R E A D / mm- ·W3m mm% SATS, all people ought to go on to the 4-D Plan, and eat Vitamin D Bread every day. Then, with good dental care, and the right diet, with sufficient Vitamin D, they would find it lots easier to keep their teeth sound and healthy. "My Dad started selling Vitamin D Bread because it's good for everybody. It's especially good for us youngsters, because it helps to build sound teeth and strong bones. That's why I'm all for it." Eating plenty of Vitamin D Bread helps a lot to keep youngsters active and vigorous. Start today to give them all they_wanu "VITAMIN D" . . Is Better Bread On Reserve Board Joseph P. Broderick, above, former New York superintendent of banks,- has been selected as one of the members of the new federal reserve board by President Roosevelt. Only two members of the old board have been retained. The new board, under the hotly contested federal reserve act passed last year, will be more responsive to Washington. CAN OPENER HAS PAID FARM WELL banning Industry Shows Its Greatest Business in Whole History. CHICAGO, Jan. 23. (jf--The low- y can opener was credited today with cutting a channel through which almost 5100,000,000 more lowed into farm pocketbooks? and rade marts during 1935 than in 1934. Never since the canning industry came into being did the nation's icmsewives use so much canned food as last year, said Carlos Campbell f Washington, director of the sta- istics division of the National Canners' association. The increase in the canning pack of major vegetables--corn, peas and omatoes--between 1931 and 1935 was from 30 to 50 per cent, Campbell told the canners' annual conven- ion. In terms of dollars, he said, this jump amounts to "close to JIOO.OOO.OOO." The total 1935 pack was 6,000,000,000 cans. Smith Region Head of Rural Resettlement WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. UPl-- Resettlement Administrator Rexford G. Tugwell appointed R. C. Smith director of region 3 of the rural resettlement administration, which includes-the states of Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana and Ohio. Headquarters are at Champaign, HI. Thomas Confirmed as U.S. Judge by Senate WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. «P»-- The senate confirmed, the appointment of Seth Thomas of Fort Dodge, Iowa, as federal judge of Heart Attack Fatal. LE MARS, Jan. 23. Iff)--A heart attack was fatal to John G. Mauser, 57, Illinois Central pump station operator here. Real Estate Transfers Jones, W. W. wf to Lucia E. O'Neil $1.00 L 1 in B 11 in Rogers Sandry's Add to Cl. Lk. 1-10-36. Wright, Walter B. wf and Harry L. Wright wf to prank A. Wright $1.00 Und 2-3 int in L 4 in E 51 of Horace G. Parker's Add to M. C. 1-11-36. Bohm, Julius A. wf to Sigvart Oswald $1.00 SV~ of SE, and S% of SW, and NE of SW 30-97-22-10-18-35. Hardy,' Minnie to J. H. Hardy 51.00 Und 2-9 int in SW*i and that part of the SE',4 lying W of right of way of M. St. L. Ry, all in 22-95-20. 1-3-36. Hardy, J. H., to Minnie Hardy Sl.OO QCD SW% and that part of the SE lying W of railroad right of way, all in 22-95-20. 1-2-36. Verbeckmoes, A. W. to Gertrude Verbeckmoes $1.00 L 1 in B 1 in Outlet Park Add to Cl. Lk. 1-8-36. Clement, Z. Paul to Harriet M. Clement $1.00 QCD L 19 B 1 East Park Place, M. C. L 16, B 2 East Park Place Add, M. C. L 9, B 3 Youngblood's Add, M. C. 1-11-36. General American Life Insurance company to W. L. Snyder, $1. NE 8-94-21. Subject to rights-of-way, leases and assignments. 10-24-35. Barlow, Marie L., to Floyd E. Johnson, $1. Lots 26 and 27 in block 4 in Ventura Heights. 1-2-36. Goldthorpe, Rebecca, to Bertha Goldthorpe, Olive Chehock, Lucy Vandeberg and Harold Ramsdell, $1. L 4 in Holroyd's second sub of a part of L 4 in L 1 in SE 6-97-19, 5-6-30. Vandeberg', Lucy and hus to Olive Chehock, Bertha Goldthorpe and Harold Ramsdel, SI. Q. C. D. L 3 of Holroyd's Second Add. to Town ol Plymouth. 8-12-33. Gelatt, coruie W. and hus. to ciel- la E. Darby, $1. L 31 in B 10 in Dodge's Point Park. 10-3-35. Robertson, J. M. sheriff, to First National bank of M. C., $5,300. L "i in sub of L 2 in B 11, Original Cl Lk.. Also the W 9 inches of L, 1 in 2 in B 11, Cl. Lk. 1-9-36. Kerr, Alex C. and wife, et al to H. E. Freeman and D. E. Kenyon $1.00, 2-3 int. in NE% of Lots 5 and 8 in Auditor's replat of B 19 in M Tuttle's Add, and Block 19 in Elon TuttJe's Add to City of Clear Lake. 11-21-35. Freeman, H. E. and wife and D. E. Kenyon and wife to Julia Cobb $1.00 NEly Vi of Lots 5 and 8 in Auditor's Replat of L 19 in M. Tuttle's Add, and B 19 in Elon Tuttle's Add to City of Clear Lake. 1-16-36 Hill, F. A.. Gdn. of Retta Kerr to D. E. Kenyon and H. E. Freeman $666.66 Und 1-3 int in NEly '·4 of Lots 5 and 8 in Auditor's Replat of B 19 in M. Tuttle's Add and B 19 in Elon Tuttle's Add to Clear Lake. 12-16-35, Hubbard, O. J. wf., to T. E Davidson $1.00 Lots 1 2 in B 6 in Town of Portland Iowa. Jan. 15 1936. Olson, Edgar and wife, and Melvin Olson, and" Wayne Ray Olson to Alta Olson $1.00 QCD Lots 43 44 in George Vermilya's sub of L 26 in SE 10-96-20. Dec. 16, 1936. Knutson, George wf,, to W. H. Ward $1.00 S 44 ft., of WVi of NWH of B 1 in Allen's Add to Clear Lake. Jan. 10, 1936. Scholl, Kate, to Lucy Scholl and Frances Scholl ?1.00 Biocks 1 2 in Rockwell, together with vacated streets between; 10 rods in length from S end of L 9; L 3 in sub of L 10. and all Lot 11, in sub of NW. of NE 10-94-20. Dec. 11, 1935. the eighth circuit court of appeals. He was a former solicitor of the department of agriculture. LACTIC BUTTERMILK New, appetizing, satisfying. This ad and 4 cents will buy a Quart. FREE · sample.. WE ALSO DELIVER SEAL OF MINNESOTA (T flffiCPEKDENT GROCERS W MASON CITY AHD SURROUNDING TERRITORY, SAVE COUPONS FOR "FREE ALUMINUM Quality 'Meats -Tasty "Foods Soda CRACKERS 2, bs 17c Large Size OLIVES Large **Bottle *»/V STMIS WHIRt YOU DO YOUR TRAOINfr ? IS/ AND FOR A VERY GOOD REASON. Heinz or Monarch CATSUP Large f A* S i t e . . AjV Pard DOG FOOD Jeans 29C BUTTER, Ib 35c BEEF ROAST, Ib 16c PORK CHOPS, End Cuts, ib 23c FRESH DRESSED CHICKEN, Ib 22c Try Our Delicious Meats -- To Prove It, Try Some! MR. FARMER: Bring us in good potatoes--we are paying $1.25 per hundred and 23c in trade for eggs. THRAVES FOO0 MARKET 401 N. Federal Ave. Free Delivery Phone 448 Specials For Friday, Saturday JACK SPRAT PEACHES 2 2!/2 size cons JACK SPRAT PEANUT BUTTER, 22 oz. jor BANANAS ·If pounds _.__._ »i£v 25c 126 size, Dozen . . ORANGES 2 HEAD LETTUCE 5 dozen size lie SUGAR pounds. P. AND G. SOAP large bars 2SC SHOW BOAT SALMON | Fancy Pink, a pound cons., 25c BUTTER Corn Country or Brookfielg 1 , pound. . POWDERED SUGAR C. and H., pounds .... 25c LARD, 100% pure, pound 13c BEEF SHORT RIBS 2 Meaty, pounds PORK LOIN, End Cuts, pound.. . OLEO, the best, pound. . . Chuck, pound BEEF ROAST CORNED BEEF, Jiggs' kind, pound. PORK CHOPS, End Cuts, pound. . WE ARE CASH BUYERS OF LIVESTOCK, POULTRY AND EGGS DIAMOND BROS. SPECIALS -- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PURELARD 2 Pounds WIENERS 2 Pounds Ground Beef Pound TENDER BEEF ROAST Pound CENTER CUT Pork Chops (Lean) 2 Ibs. 39c Lean Pork Steak Ib. 18C Lamb Ib. llC Tender Sirloin STEAK 15c Ib. Meaty Neck Bones, Ib 5c \ Fresh Pork Hearts, Ib IQc FRESH COUNTRY EGGS Per Dozen 19 DIAMOND'S BEST ^ ^^ Cake Flour j[Qi 3-nnnnrl nltn . . ^^ 3-pound pkg. SUGAR 10 pounds .. .. 49 CREAM CHEESE Per pound 19 KARO SYRUP (Red Label) 5-ib. poil 29c; 10-lb. pail 55c NONE-SUCH MINCEMEAT, 2 pkgs 25c FIG BARS, 2 pounds 19c Tomato SOUP Cans. 19C Wet Pack SHRIMP .21c 2c T a°n S Tomato or Mustard SARDINES 5 Large Oval can: Kidney BEANS J a " Cans ---SALADA TEA (Green, Jopon) Vz-ib. pkg. 29c; l/4-»b. pkg 15c CORN STARCH, 2--Mb. boxes 13c Quart Jar . French MUSTARD lOc Hershey's COCOA l-lb. Cans 25c Moca-Bean COFFEE per pound 15c TABLE SALT « A Pound | ^ -10 Bog 15C Reputation ; ' ; OLEOMARGARINE Pound Pkg. . 37c REPUTATION FLOUR, 49-lb. bag $1.55 DIAMOND'S BEST FLOUR, 49-lb. bag $1.75 PILLSBURY'S BESTFLOUR,49-Ib. bag . $2.10 6 Large Boxes MATCHES BUTTER-NUT COFFEE 1-lb. con Navy Beans 1 © 6 nounds ^^ 6 pounds PINK 2 tall cans FANCY CATSUP, No. 10 can 55c OREGON PRUNES, No. 10 can 29c LOGANBERRIES, No. 10 can 49c Protex Health SOAP Bars 25c Gold Dust CLEANSER We Cans. . . . SAL SODA 13c Boxes. . . Magic WASHER Large Box AMERICAN CREPE TOILET PAPER, 7 large rolls 25c MOP STICKS, each . 9c Fancy Hard CANDY Per pound. . . . PRUNES (40-50's) 3 pounds . . . . lOc 25c Kellogg's Wheat KRISPSES 2 boxes . . . . . 21c OMAR CEREAL Large box.. . 22c MIXED NUTS Per pound.... 15c Fancy CURRANTS Per pound . . . . 15c BLOCK SALT (5Q-lb. blocks) each 37c LEADING BRAND OYSTER SHELLS, 100-lb. bag. 63c SOYBEAN OILMEAL, 100-lb. bag $1.49 Head LETTUCE Large 4 for Red ON80NS pounds. Green PEPPERS Each Green Top CARROTS Per Bunch POTATOES ,(Early Ohios) per peck 23c; 100-lb. bag $1.35 DELICIOUS APPLES 6 pounds 25c Per Basket $1.85 Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, 7 for. 25c CRANBERRIES, 2 pounds California Navel ORANGES, 216's, per doien

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