The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 23, 1936 · Page 13
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January 23, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 23 1936 THIRTEEN RICEVILLEHOME ; RUINED BY FIRE Aged Occupants Are Taken to Neighbors' House During Blaze. RICEVILLE, Jan. 23--Fire at 5 o'clock Wednesday evening ruined the Joshua Parmwel house in west Riceville. Mr. and Mrs. Parmwel are aged residents. Mrs. Parmwell has been confined to a wheel chair with a broken hip for several years. They were taken to a nearby neighbor's home. A frozen hydrant delayed the fireman somewhat. Many bystand- ers suffered noses. frozen cheeks and Calmar Truck Upsets While Driver Is Away CALMAR, Jan. 23.--A large semi- trailer H. and W. transport truck tipped over about 2'/« miles east of Calmar Wednesday morning. The driver, having trouble with the track, drove it to the shoulder and went to a. farm nearby to call a garage and upon returning found the truck had tipped over. No one was injured. There are evidently many optimists who are looking forward to the day when all the employables will be on government pay rolls and the rest enjoying a substantial pension. Lowell (Mass.) Evening Leader. Corn-Hog Banquet at Osage Postponed; Ink at Press Office Solid OSAGE, Jan. 23.--The corn-hog banquet scheduled for Wednesday evening was postponed, according to County Agent Martin Fabricius on account of the extremely cold weather and the drifted county roads. A number of the businessmen came downtown without knowing how cold it really was. Donald P. Chehock froze his face, ears and hands on his way to his law office; H. R. Duncan, attorney, was quite surprised when he met a friend of his shortly befort he reached his office who told him that his face was frozen. Maurice and Lawrence Champion and two helpers froze their face and hands trying to set up the grave equipment at the Catholic cemetery here. The ink at the Mitchell County Press office was frozen solid. The mail didn't get through from Manly until about neon. Some"HapBuThouglits"Fop NTI NUS MASON CITY DIVISION Swea City Schools Are Dismissed With Storm SWEA CITY. Jan. 23.--With a ew low reading of 32 degrees below ero--official here Wednesday mor- ing, Supt. A. H. Schuler dismissed chool for the day. A high wind took n the form of a blizzard at 1 a. m. nd at 10:30 a. m. Wednesday, the hermometer registered 28 below ze- o. Only one car was observed on Iain street and that was owned by he rural mail carrier, R. E. Berg. ho was waiting for the Star mail nick from Esthcrville. Social func- ons scheduled for Wednesday ight were postponed. Branch Summer School Set for Council Bluffs CEDAR FALLS. Jan. 23. (.·Pi--The ranch summer school of Iowa State 'cachcrs college will be at Abraham Jncoln high school, Council Bluffs, nne 3 to Aug. 21, inclusive. E. L. titter, of the extension department f the college here, will be the di- cctor. D STORES Friday and Saturday, Jan. 24 and 25 Sauerkraut . . . . Jack Sprat . . . lonK threads JACK SPRAT PREMIUM OATS 25 FREE* Platonite Dinnerware with' every package. Morton's Salt Plain or iodized BEANS JackSprat . . . Cut refugees or cut wax BCCTC Jack Sprat Diced BROWN BEAUTY BEANS Mexican style R GROCER FLOUR unconditionaly BABY FOOD APRICOTS guaranteed Jack Sprat . . . Free Baby Spoon with purchase of 6 cans at. .. Jack Sprat . , . No. 2i/ 2 whole peeled · « · · can ONE No. 2 Can Jack Sprat Vegetable CHOP SUEY JACK SPRAT Both for NOODLES 25* 3 N o 3 25c cans f~J\* 2 No. 3 I Q cans l ^^ No. 300 I f\ AND 1 CAN Double Value -- 1 Pkg. Jack Sprat CORN FLAKES And One Package WHEATIES 19c ii.. A x. M «J .Tack Sprat ... galai /TlUSrOlQ or horseradish style .lack Sprat . pure assorted Kill! Jiiiil jar Ifi on. jar Full or health id energy A l l nationally advertised brands Brazil Nut Hershey's Cocoa S Candy Bars Caramels i',, 1 . R f+ r» SI out hantiles . . · Grocer Brooms ,ti f r ^^ ^\ I | The safe no UXyClO! scrubbine sonp . . . . R f* ^ £.£ Smooth and Grocer Coffee n^- . . Choc. Cream Coffee v a ^ b 'pS 1 Ib. biK 23e 12c lOc 23c 79c 23c 21c "'· l £ 29c TOILET TISSUE Ambassador brand Cotton soft ffifa Rolls P and G SOAP Save by buying 'he Giant Bars 5. s.' 1 9 C CHEESE JACK SPRAT Brick or American Loaf Ibs. ENTRIES MADE IN HEREFORD SALE National Event To Be Held at DCS Momes on Jan. 29-30. J. L. Curran and James F. Zimmerman both of near Mason City, have made entries in the National Polled Hereford Week sale to be held in Des Moines Jan. 29 and 30. Three pedigreed bulls have been entered by Mr. Cut-ran and Mr. Zimmerman has entered two bulls. Will Be Sold. Sixty-one head of purebred Herefords arc to be offered for sale at that time by 22 consigners from four states. Forty-one head arc bulls, two-thirds of which are in the age range between short year- linge and three year olds. Twenty females, mostly yearling heifers, are also to be offered. Fred Reppert of Decatur. Ind., will serve as auctioneer. Mr. Reppert has acted in this capacity for all of the previous sales. The annual dinner and business meeting of the American Police! Hereford Breeders' association will be held on the evening of Jan. 29 at the Savery hotel in DCS Moines. Thu auction will take place Thursday, Ian. 30, in the sale pavilion at the Iowa State fairgrounds. May Maltc Purchase. There is a possibility that foreign cattlemen from Uruguay, South America, New Zealand, and Australia will make purchases at the sale through American representatives. The sale, which is Uie nineteenth of its kind, is under the management of the American Polled Hereford Breeders' association. The sales originated in 1916, and have continued annually with the exception of 1933 and 1934, when no sales were held. Visitors From Fresno. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Route of Fresno, Cal., came Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Peters, her brothers and families and other relatives and friends. Could State in Biiscmcnt. R1CEV1LLE, Jan. 23.--A broken pipe in the basement of the Shoop f u r n i t u r e store flooded the floor and it is now literally a good ice rink. Sagely Said. A saxophonist advertises in a theatrical magazine that he is "at liberty." This mistake should be corrected as soon as possible.--Louisville Courier-Journal. FREE DELIVERY ON $2 ORDERS LESS THAN $2.00 ORDERS, ONLY 5c We Pay Cash For Eggs Phone 1591 PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JAN. 24 - 25 Pennick Syrup Pound 2 Golden. . . . A Sunshine Fancy Cookies Pound 19c Tru-Blu Pancake Flour 2 caddy Sunshine Krispies For All Cooking Crisco T r d 57c Robb Ross Libby's Roast Beef 20e 25c Ovaltine JlCan 29c Fnite-Gel lie 12 ox. Can Libby's Tiny Kernel Corn No. 2 Cans Purity Peanut Butter Full 2-lb. Jar 25c Heinz Macaroni * Regular Cans Betsy Ross Flour Every Sack Guaranteed Pound Sack Lipton's Green Tea 14 Pound / 2 C a n Rite-Wan Food Stores HORSE SHOE GROCERY, 219 N. Federal Phone 209 A. W. KITTO, 402 Seventh St. S. E. Phone 754 THOMPSON-DEAN CO., 121 North Federal - - - Phone 217 BARRETT BROS. CO., 20 Second Street N. E. - - - Phone 43 CARL GRUPP, 1339 North Federal Phone 420 W. S. LAWRENCE, 402 Twelfth Street N. W. - - - Phone 2137 S. P. SHAPIRO, 523 North Pennsylvania - - - - · · Phone 2187 SNYDER'S RITE-WAY FOOD STORE, 616 S. Federal - Phone 1800 WILLSON GROCERY, 404 Fifteenth Street N. W. - Phone 241 CHICAGO MEAT and GROCERY, 626 S. Jackson - Phone 996 FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES New Sweet Seedless Genuine Early Ohio Oranges Size, doien Fancy Sasaki Golden Heart Celery Jumbo Stalks Pound Peck . California Iceberg 5 Doi. ·% Size for. K. C. Baking Northern Powder Tissue 25£. 15c ITM, P. and G. Soap ·f A Regular Bars Long Shred Pound in Cello. Del Monte Golden Bantam Cans Hash's Coffee Demonstration Lb. 2 Lbs. 3 Lbs. Le Grande No. 2 Cans . Seedless Soap Chips 5-lb. Box 2'/z-lb. Box Pounds in Cello. Red Heart A-B-C Dog Food 25c Sweet Santa Clara Cans Pounds in Cello. With Shirley rce . Large 40 oz. Pkg. Temple Mug, Fr Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY Right to Limit We Deliver $1.00 Orders MEAT DEPARTMENT There is no use of being cold, come down to the Sterling Stores and get some of the hot bargains. T-Bone Steaks, Ib 16c Sirloin Steak, Ib 16c Round Steak, Ib 18c Pork Chops, Center Cuts, Ib 21c Lean Pork Steak, Ib.. . 18c Beef Short Ribs, Ib lOc Lean Pot Roast, Ib.. . . 12c Choice Chuck Roast, Ib. 16c Baby Beef Liver, Ib.. . . 20c Sliced Bacon, Vz Ib.. . 17c VEAL -- OYSTERS -- CHICKENS Excell Crackers, 2-lb. caddy . 15c FRUIT DEPARTMENT Oranges, each 1 c Tomatoes, Ripe, Ib.. .. 15c Bananas, 4 Ibs 25c Tangerines, 2 dozen. . 25c New Cabbage, Ib 5c Head Lettuce, large, 2 for 15c Grapefruit, 7 for 25c Apples, 6 Ibs 25c Oranges, Giant, dozen 39c Grapefruit, large, 5 for 25c Russett Potatoes, bag 39c Standard Chocolate, 2 Ibs 25c FOR THE COLD --- HOREHOUND DROPS, Ib 15c Jeil-Q, Any Flavor, 6 for 25c Macaroni, 3 Ibs 25c Rice, 4 Ibs 25c Cornmeal, 7 Ibs 25c Lima Beans, 3 Ibs 25c Farina, 4 Ibs ?-5c Popcorn, 2 Ibs.. ....... . 19c Cocoanut, Ib 19c Pancake Flour, 5 Ibs.. . 25c Bulk Oats, 6 Ibs.. ...... 25c Prunes, large, 2 Ibs... 29c Mother's Cocoa, 2-lb. can . 15c Energy Cereal, 5-lb. pk 9 35c Wheat Cereal, 5-lb. pkg 35c White Flour, 5-lb. pkg. 29c Cracked Wheat, 5-lb. pkg 32c Cake Flour, 5-lb. pkg. 35c Whole Wheat, 5-lb. pkg 28c Pancake Flour, 5-lb. pkg ,.,. 39c DeGraw's Buckwheat, 5 Ibs. 25c HUBBARD'S DOG FOOD -- SOMETHING NEW ,. J Wheaties, large pkgs., 2 for . 21 c Who Is to Biasite? You hove heard a lot of jokes about the republican party in the past, so I want to tell one about we democrats. A republican gentleman asked me if the democrats caused this cold weather and ! said yes. The democrats turned loose their frozen assets. P. S. Do you think it is colder in the country than in the winter? LUKE B ' MILLER U- S. A . Karo Syrup, light or dark, gal. 49c Farm House Peas, can lOc Yacht Club Tuna, can 15c Golden Corn, c a n . . . . 15c Noodles, pkg lOc Cut Green Beans, can lOc Red Kidney Beans.-.,.. lOc Sauerkraut . . ..... . .. 10c Gelatine, pkg.. . . ; .,. . . 5c Hominy, can lOc B Food of Wheat, pkg.. . 19c 2-lb. can 56c Ketchup, large bottles, 2 for .., 25c Van Camp's Tomato Soup, can ,.,.-., 6"c Monarch Tomato Juice, giant can ... 2Sc Libby's Pineapple Juice, can , lOc Libby's Tomato Juice, 3 cans 25c Puffetts, large pkg 1 5c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib 19c Pink Salmon, taSS cans, 2 for . 25c | Sugar, 100 Ibs., Beet . . $4.98 I Tomatoes, 3 cans. . . . 25c 1 Pineapple, Ige. 214 can 19c 1 Purity Milk, tall, 4 cans 29c 1 Cut Green Beans, can lOc I Peanut Butter, Ige. jar 23 c Sweet Corn, 3 cans... 25c Pumpkin, can ,, !0e Giant Peas, can. ... r . T1 , 19c Cut Wax Beans, can. . lOc 1 " ' 1 Folger's Coffee, Sb. can . . 29c Jersey Cream Flour, 49 Ibs $1.49 Mother Hubbard Flour, 49 Ibs SI.98 Seal of Minnesota Flour, 49 Ibs $2.09 jj Oyster Shells, 100 Ibs 69c \ Stock Salt, TOO Ibs 69c Hubbard's Egg Mash, 100 Ibs $2.60 Hubbard's Concentrate, 100 Ibs 52.95 | MR. FARMER: -- BRING US YOUR EGGS -- CASH OR j ii TRADE -- ANY OF THE 4 STORES

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