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February 22, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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FEBRUARY 22 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MASON CITY DIVISION AN ATTRACTIVE GOLD POINT Fountain Pen AND A PACKAGE OF MALT-O-MEAL REGULAR 25c VALUE ^ IJUSsWJL^ RITE WAY FOOD STORES No, it isn't Christmas! Rite-Way Food Stores just decided to offer a precedent - smashing sale of nationally - famous foods. ( At that, these fine super-quality products are very nearly gifts at the prices quoted. .... Special Values Effective February 23 to March 1 " " ^ --SAVE 21* REGULAR 25c VALUE fBOTlT 'Pacfrn R GROCER YEAST R GROCER FLOUR GELATIN DESSERT R GROCER COFFEE CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE Package ·19-lh. Sack $1.93 Jack Sprat All Flavors Our Most Popular Blend Pound Packages Packed in Vacuum Ting Packages Founds Pound · Tin Send two box-tops to General Foods Sales Co., Battle Creek, Mich., For a big seven-color map of the Antartlc regions. CRACKERS 2 AH Crisp Salted Sodas * 9 CATSUP MUSTARD APRICOTS Jack Sprat Made From Firm, Ripe Tomatoes Large 1-MJ, oz. Bottle Jack Sprat Salad or Horseradish Style Choice Blenheim Evaporated · · Pint « **% Jars IUC Pound 19c *^f COCOA /2-lb. tins 2 for Fancy Santa Claras 50-00 Size Full Cream · · Tin CHEESE PANCAKE FLOUR ^le SALMON ASPARAGUS TIPS Pounds 3tSC Found 2OC Self-Rising 19c Jack Sprat Fancy Rod Alaska Sockcye Pound «% « _. Can 2 1C ISc Swan They Light! MATCHES CLOTHES PINS LAUNDRY SOAP Packed in Cellophane 30 Pins in Each Package Boxes 25C . 10c Big -t White Naphtha S . RSTEWAY FOOD STORES ! QUICK, HELEN OR WE'LL MISS THE FIRST NUMBER AT THE MUSICALE ·D RATHER MISS IT ALL THAN LEAVE BEFORE HEARING MRS. MACDONALDANDJ THE JACK SPRAT MELODY MEN. WOC-WHO TUESDAY] through F R I D A Y 9 T0 9"I5 AM SPECIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES, 15-Ib.Baes THOMPSON-DEAN CO CHICAGO MEAT and GROCERY HORSE SHOE GROCERY BARRETT BROS. CO.. FOOD STORE i:::::: AT THE FOLLOWING RITE-WAY STORES 217 WILLSON 996 W. S. LAN 209 S. P. SHAPIRO 1800 A. Phone 241 phonc PLAN TEACHERS FOR IOWA'S GGC Names and Assignments of 22 for Camps in State to Be Given. By RUBY A. BLACK. Globe-Gazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON -- Headquarters of the CCC educational staff of the seventh Army Corps urea will soon announce the names and assignments of 22 educational supervisors who will have charge of the study programs in the Iowa CCC camps. Lists of qualified teachers arc being sent out from the Washington office of Clarence C. Marsh, educational director of the CCC to the various field advisers and their assignment to specific camps will be made in the field/ Silas M. Ransopher of New York City Is field supervisor for the seventh, corps area, which includes Iowa. Headquarters are in Deo Moines. A recent sample educational survey among Civilian Conservation camps in Indiana showed a marked preference for courses in electricity, general business and business law, [orestry, shop mathematics, agriculture, journalism and mathematics, and also disclosed the presence in the camps of qualified study leaders for all of these subjects. Fitch Predicts Seed Potato Shortage for Iowa Spring Planting AMES, Feb. 22. (IP)--C. L. Fitch, extension worker at Iowa State college, predicts a shortage of seed potatoes this spring. "The distinct crop shortage that occurred in the potato producing regions last year is already being felt," he said, "and there is bound to be a lack of sound seed stock when planting time arrives." He advises that producers sort out their better potatoes now and keep them for spring planting. Funeral for Kite, 34, Former Bolan Pastor, Is Held at Northwood NORTHWOOD, Feb. 22.--Brief committal rites were conducted by the Rev. M. Baumgartcner, pastor of the First Evangelical chlurch of Cedar Rapids, at Sunset Rest cemetery, Northwood, tor the Rev- George Kite, whose body was brought here for burial Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Kite, 31, died at his home in Cedar Rapids last Friday after an illness of about one year. He had received treatment since last June at the Oakdale sanitarium but was taken to his home Jan. 30 of this year. Funeral services were held at the First Evangelical church In Cedar Rapids Monday afternoon conducted by Mr. Baumgartener. The Rev. Mr. Kite was a resident of Bolan, in Worth county, in 1»2G and 1927, serving as pastor of the Bolaii Evangelical church. Prom Bolan he went to Des Moines where he resided five years, receiving his B. A. degree from Drake university in 1930 and his master's degree in philosophy from that institution in 1B31. He lived In Cedar Rapids and ·served a suburban congregation during the past two years. He was a native of Tennessee, having been born at Baileyton Feb. 2, 1900. He is survived by his wife and one daughter, Aleta, 10. Two arothers and two sisters are living, C. J. Kite, Cody, Wyo.; Wayne Kite and Mrs. Chloe Pierce, Baileyton, Tenn., and Mrs. Ott McAmls, Hoisington, Kans. Both parents preceded him in death. -ocal Control Engineer Survey Will Be Ended by May I.SaysJ.S. Dodds AMES, Feb. 22.--Work on the 'local control" engineering survey n Iowa, which became a state instead of a federal relief project, viJ] end May 1, Prof. John S. Dodds of the civil engineering department at Iowa State college, project director, said. The 426 men in the work, which ended as a federal project resumed surveying operations in 38 counties Monday. They now work 30 hours a week, at a 25 per cent reduction in wage. About 6,000 concrete surveying monuments have been set and are now being used for final traverse measurements and leveling, Profes- · r Dodds said. Men engaged in the work come rom 72 Iowa counties and average 28 years in age. About a third of the men are graduate engineers. Minnesota Electricians Gather to Discuss Code FARIBAULT, Minn., Feb. 22. UP) --NRA codes and their effect upon JiJsine.-i.s practices were the prin- .ipal topics before the sixth annual onvention of the Minnesota Elec- rical association and the first annual gathering of the Minnesota Electrical council which opened a wo day session here today. Fol- owlng a morning of registration md other duties, members engaged n a aeries of conferences at which arious codes affecting the clectri- nl industry were explained by peakers. Tonight the annual ban- net will be held. Busy in Boone County. BOONE, Feb. 22. (1?,--Boone oiinty veterinarians are busy test- ng uattle for tuberculosis infection liat the county may be re-accred- ted hy the state. Preliminary verc ni.ide three years a°-o. SEVENTEEN Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY We Deliver §1.00 Orders WE KESEUVE THE EIGHT TO LIMIT MEAT DEPARTMENT Decker's Rolled Rib Roast, Ib loc Decker's Pot Roast, Ib lOc Decker's Beef Boil, Ib 7c Decker's Sliced Bacon, Ib IGc Decker's Choice Round Ste.-ilr, Jb 18c Sterling Veal Roast, Ib 12c Sterling Veal Steak, Ib 15c' Sterling Hamburger (All Meat) 3 Ibs.. . 2oc Sterling Smoked Country Sausage, 2 Ibs. 25c Sterling Braunschweigcr, Ib 20c FISH SAUtrON ~ HALIBUT -- COD FISH Get those great big fresh white or brown eggs, direct from farmers. Good Old Stew -- Oysters, Fresh, Solid Pack FRUIT DEPARTMENT Lettuce, large, solid heads 5c Celery, large, fancy stalks 10c Radishes, new Texas, Ige. bunches, 3 for lOc Cabbage, new Texas, fancy, Ib 3 '/ 2 c Lemons, large, fancy, dozen 29c Oranges, good size, 2 dozen 35c Oranges, large, dozen 25c Oranges, extra large, dozen 35c Grapefruit, fancy, large, Seedless, 6 f o r . . 25c Green Onions, Garlic, I'enjxjrs, Tomatoes, Cauliflower, Strawberries, Rutabagas, Cal. Carrots, Cucumbers, Spinach, Green Beans. CHEESE DEPARTMENT The Depression Will Soon Bo Over -- Buy Cheese Brick or American, 2-lb. box 4)c Fancy Limburger, Ib 29c Mild Cured Brick, Ib 22c Three Portion Camcmbert, pkg 29c Sap Sago, each is c Swedish Bondost, ib 29c Swedish Kumminost, Ib. ..." 29c Home-Madc Primost, Ib I8c A VERY HIGH GRADE CORK Monarch Yacht Club Golden Bantam, can lOc Monarch Gelatine, 5 pkgs .............. 25c Monarch Cake Flour, large pkg.. . . ..... '. 25c Monarch Food of Wheat, large pkg ____ . 15 C Monarch Syrup, jar . . . ____ ........... 22c Monarch Peanut Butter, large jar ...... 25c BANNER OATS, large pkgs., 2 for ..... 25c Clear Lake Butter, Ib ....... . .......... 7 Pineapple, large 2 1/ 2 can ............ . . 19c Ketchup, large bottle, 2 for ........... 2ac Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs .......... 25c Quaker Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 pkgs. . . 25c RED PITTED CHERRIES, Ige. No. 10 "can 49c Monarch Chop Suey Vegetables, can ____ 25c Monarch Bean Sprouts, can ............ I5c Monarch Chow Mein Noodles, can ....... 15 C Monarch Golden Corn, 2 cans .......... 25c Monarch Yacht Club Peas, can ......... 15 C CRACKERS, 2-lh. caddy ....... ...... ij) c WATCH YOUR STEP Reducing the production all over the country on farms U loading to another problem to l» solved. When you cut down production on the farms, you throw a lot of farm hands out of work, also packing house employes, railroad employes, and all connecting lines. The problem can Ire solved by old age pensions, unemployment Insurance, permanent CWA and IMVA, works. It will take a lot of money and a. lot of taxes but It must be done. Greenbacks Instead of Interest-bearing- bonds will save niJot of money nnl the Interest saved will help a lot towards paying- the bills. Down in Washington, D. C., 145 congressmen signed up to bring the bonus for cx-soldters to a vote, and to bo paid in greenbacks. I wonder If the congressmen at Washington, D. C., are looking ahciui just a litlle. Sterling Coal Feed Co. We always look ahead and keep a his supply of the Famous Sterling Coal on hand Just In case of a cold anna. LUKE B. MILLER __ JACK McCOLK, Mgr. STALEY SYRUP, Dnrk, gallon ^ M~ c STALE Y SYRUP, Light, gallon ..... ''' 43c Hulk Pancake Flour, fi Ibs .............. 25c Dill Pickles, quarts ....... . ........ '. .' j 7 C Sweet Pickles, quarts .......... '.'.'.'.". 2;ic Olives, large jar .............. ..... 2 5c Monarch Yacht Club Relish, large jar. '.'.'. 25c WITH YOUK COUPON ~ P. and B. WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP, 2 Monarch Yacht Club Tuna, can Oval Sardines, largrc can Van Camp's Mackerel, tall can . Sardines, 7 cans Red Boy Salmon, tall can ...... Monarch Red Salmon, tall can . PURE SORGHUM, gallon" PURE SORGHUM, y, gallon . . bars 5c . .. 15c Monarch Spinach, can Monarch Salad Vegetables, can ..'..'.'.. Monarch Hominy, can ...'.'.' Monarch Yacht Clu) Lima Beans.' can' Monarch Red Kidney Beans, can KXTRA fiOOD GRADR JERSEY CREAM FLOUR, 49-lb. bag. . $1.59 Occident Flour, .J9-lb. bag $2~09 Omar Flour, .J9-lh. bag $i's9 Morton's or Old Hickory Smoked Salt.'.'. . 79 C Giant Oxydol, package 49 C ' 'Beet Sugar, 100 Ibs. $459 CHASE SAN BORN COFFEE, Ib ...... 25c Bliss Coffee, Ib. can .................. 25c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib ...... '.'.'.'. 19 C Folgcr's Coffee. ll. can ............ ." %\ c Folger's Coffee, 2-lb. can ......... ." " 5fl c Tone's Old Golden Coffee, Ib .......... . 35 C Castle Tea, package Mil. FA/fMErtr-- Brlnjf us your ejfKH -- ciwli or tradeT I'ARKi.vr; PLACK HACK or STOKE

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