Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 1, 1935 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 1, 1935
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 1 EH 1935 FIFTEEN M r, LEGARI IS TAKEN TO CEDAR RAPIDS Man Arrested at Iowa Falls Will Be Prosecuted in Rockford, III · IOWA FALLS, Aug. 1.--Frank Licari, arrested here last week by federal, state, county and city authorities in an early morning raid on the home he occupied, was taken to Cedar Rapids Tuesday by federal agents. He had been released under $3,000 bonds and was chargd with having possession of a machine gun, which was taken from his home when he was first arrested. It is stated that Cedar Rapids government men will turn him over to Rockford, III. authorities where it is expected he will be prosecuted on liquor charges. Licari had lived here but a Jew weeks and went under the name of Frank Moran. He purchased and operated a west side oil station before his arrest. 75 Attend Picnic. SPILLVILLE, Aug. 1.--The; Ira Gunwall Legion post and auxiliary enjoyed a picnic on the Jake Vopo- va farm near Spillville Sunday. About 75 attended. LaRue, Hurrying to Injured Brother, Is Hurt as He Falls DOWS, Aug. 1.--While getting- out ice to load the dray Tuesday, Ai LaRue, drayman, fell into the chute and a large cake of ice followed him and struck his leg. The ligaments were badly wrenched but no bones were broken. Ai is able to get around with the aid of a cruth and cane. His brother, Rudolph, was hurrying home to find how badly Ai was hurt and fell on a sharp stone, cutting a bad gash in his knee. He was able to go to work Wednesday. Chickasaw County Poor Warrants Stamped Again NEW HAMPTON, Aug. 1.--For the second time this year the Chickasaw county treasurer is stamping poor fund warrants for lack of funds. During July, 27 warrants totaling $778.77 were stamped. This spring the county sold ?22,000 in poor funding bonds to take up the outstanding warrants at that time. Arrangements have been made for banks in the county to pay the warrants for which they will receive four per cent. HUNT SOURCE OF RIFLE VOLLEYS Navy Officials Report Shots Three Times Aimed at Blimp ZMC-2 LAKEHURST, N. J., Aug. 1. (^) --Navy officials began an investigation today to learn the source of mysterious volleys of rifle fire aimed at the navy blimp ZMC-2. Lieut. Commander Charles E. Rosendahl, chief of the Lakehurst naval air base, disclosed yesterday that unseen snipers fired on the ship Tuesday as it cruised low over the ocean at Point Pleasant in search of a drowning victim's body. Rosendahl stated it was the third such attack since the ship was built in 1928. The blimp, with Lieut. Ben May in command and two other officers and two enlisted men aboard, was only a few hundred yards off shore when May heard the "ping" of bullets against its metal shell. May said there were too many small boats in the water below to determine the origin of the shots. Decorah Youth Hurt as Car Slides Down Bank DECORAH, Aug. 1.--Arnold Steine, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Steine of Decorah, was severely injured yesterday when his car slid down a deep embankment on his way from his father's farm to Decorah. He was taken unconscious to the hospital, but regained con sciousness last evening. He was badly bruished and several ribs THE IO.L W'-mt OU CMH RtSISTIR PIAYI A TUNg THAT Iff CHEEHFUU AMD BUNffr~ OBI QUALITYH)OD '. · · A chorus of satisfied customers joins in the harmony! Buy your foods at a R I T E - W A Y FOOD STORE. Then you'll learn the satisfaction of buying quality food at today's lowest prices. HOM BWMID RITE-WAY FOOD STORES MASON CITY DIVISION . . WEEK ST 2nd to 8th . Entirely new and different were broken. It was not possible to determine the extent of Internal injuries, if any, yesterday. Will Name Judging Team. GARNER, Aug. 1.--Members ot the poultry club of Hancock county will hold a roundup at the home of Mrs. Lena Hall in Ellington township Friday. W. R. Whitfield from the extension department of Iowa State college will be in charge and County Agent S. J. Oberbauser. A poultry judging team will be selected to represent Hancock county at the Iowa state fair in Des Moines. Wheat Flakes . " h " l O c Jack Sprat . . . brimful of health Jack Sprat Potato Ffakes . 5 oz 15c In the new moisture proof foil wrap Powdered Jack Sprat Sugar . . ',,£ 21 c With vegetable color tablets Mayflower Iced Tea ."tg* Fesh and "alive" with flavor Good Cheer COFFEE Rich flavor at low price 3 Ib. . . PUg. 3-1 Ib. · · 1'kgs. 35c POST'S BRAN FLAKES Tune in on Tony and Gus--Mondays .through Fridays--9:15 P. M.--W. M. T. JACK SPRAT SUMMER DRINK Makes 20 big glasses Mayflower NEC 4 popular flavors . - . each double rich 8 ° z -i (\e Cruet I UC ROOT BEER EXTRACT Jack Sprat , . . refreshing S oz. Bottle Raisins M * flower -- Ib. Seedless type 15c 18e Delicious Santa Claras . . 3 50 or 60 to a pound Ibs. rt .. _ Jack Sprat, all varieties 3 1 C- CSS ground . , . lOc values Pkgs. I -*V Jack Sprat . . . bakes "prize winner" cakes ]fi oz. 1 £ Cello Bag I VJC Snowbuddy brand . . . fresh and fluffy Jack Sprat . . salad 23 oz. J C or horseradish style Jar I . S W Sprat . . . 1 Longhorn variety Ib. Jack Sprat . . . 1 Ib. Red Alaska catch Tall Can Mayflower . . . sweet and crisp Jar 19c WAXED PAPER . . a** 9c 40 foot rolls CLOTHES PINS . . «*.10c 30 pins to the package BABY FOOD . . . c an lOc Jack Sprat . . . all varieties of vegetables ANT KILLER . . . **chlOc Liquid form . . . sure to kill Bottle Liquid shoe cleaner and whitener GOLD DUST Let the twins do your work ffiT 19c The Perfect Tea for "VACATION DAYS" "I don't attribute my good health to just out-of-door exercise. A lot of the credit goes to delicious Shredded Wheat." Shredded Wheat gives you a perfect balance of vital health elements. It's whole wheat, Nature's most favored cereal grain -- nothing added, nothing taken away. Ask for the package showing the picture of Niagara Falls and Ihc red N.B.C Unceda Sol 'NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY "Uneeda Bakers" PACKING Phone 746 We Deliver 51 Orders 213 N. Fed. Ave. © Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 WE DELIVER $1.00 ORDERS FRIDAY - SATURDAY We Reserve the Right to Limit 24c Compound LARD, Ib Brookfield BUTTER, Ib End Cut PORK CHOPS, Ib. Fresh Ground BEEF, Ib Large FRANK- I F FURTERS, Ib i«2t BARBECUED RIBS, Ib SUMMER SAUSAGE, Ib. 5 Ib. box BACON, Ib. .. Fresh Dressed CHICKENS, Ib. ... Good Beef ROAST. Ib Sugar Cured BACON, Ib Round STEAK, Ib Sliced BACON. Ib BRAUN- SWEIGER, Ib Club SALAD, Ib. Veal ROAST. Ib fH I. G. A. MEAT W AND GROCERY The Only I. G. A. Store in Mason City PHONE 2414 WE DELIVER 1452 N. FEDERAL Gallon VINEGAR CORN FLAKES Popeye Snapper Free, 2 pkgs No. 10 Bartlett PEARS Sirloin and Round STEAK. Ib ...... . BARBECUED RIBS. Ib ...... 23c PEAS-CORN-TOMATOES No. 2 can, |rt^ best grade 1W^ Large can MILK Bacon SQUARES. Ib. Beef Ib. ISc; ROAST. Ib. . *c Fresh HAMBURGER. Ib. FARMERS: Let us fill your threshing orders for Groceries and Meats FRUIT DEPARTMENT COME DOWN TO THE STORE AND PICK OUT YOUR FRUITS FOR CANNING Peaches, Fancy, bushels ? Peaches, Crates, Fancy $1.09 Lemons, large, dozen 35c Oranges, good size, 2 dozen 35c Green Apples, 7 Ibs 25c Apricots, fancy ? Watermelons, Striped Queen, Ib Veal Stew, Ib 12c Beef Short Ribs, Ib He Home-Made Bologna, (fa 18c Veal Roast, Ib 20c Pig's Feet, quart jars 30c Select Chuck Roast, !b 22c Sliced Minced Ham, Ib 20c Sugar Cured Bacon Squares, Ib. 21 c SPRING FRIES -- FRESH EGGS -- CHEESE Pink Salmon, 2 cans 25c Libby's Red Salmon 22c Yacht Club Tuna 16c Oval Sordines 1 Oc Sardines in Oil 5c Dill Pickles, large jar 17c Olives, large jar 25c Sweet Pickles, quarts 25c Monarch Shrimp, can 15c Kipper Snacks, can 6c Sweet Corn, can 10c Peas, large can 10c Tomatoes, can 10e Pineapple, large can 19c Monarch Yankee Beans . - . . 10c Monarch Gelatine, pkg 5c Ketchup, large, Z for 25c Mustard, quarts 15c Jar Rings, For Canning, 9 dozen. 25e HOLY FAMILY CHURCH ICE CREAM SOCIAL Tonight, Thursday, August 1 Luke B. Miller Rock Garden, 842 First Street N. W. MUSIC -- SINGING -- DANCING -- READINGS John Welsh, Jerry Laughlin, Beverly Billman, Mrs. Hobbie, Margaret Miller A Three-Year-Old Girl Will Sing and Dance. A Two-Year-Old Girl Will Dance. EVERYONE WELCOME Sugar, TOO Ibs. Beet $5.19 Sugar, TOO Ibs. Cone $5-39 Folger's Coffee, Ib 29c Folger's Coffee, 2 Ibs 56c Brooms, extra good 49c Pork and Beans, giant can lOc Castle Tea, pkg 17c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib.. . 19c Van Camp's Pork and B e a n s . . . . 5c Nectar, 3 bottles 25c Rinso, large pkg ...... 19c | P. G. Soap, 10 for. . . 35c FOR THE HARVEST -- LARGE NO. 10 CANS Good Grade -- Quality Guaranteed Packed with HASH'S Toasted COFFEE A Knife with qs^ipj 4 Mb. jars, per Ib, ^ A Spoon attached tc^5« each 2-lb. jar, *O%» A Fork attached to % each 3-lb. jar, ^3^ Pears ...................... 39c Peaches ................... 45c Apricots ................... 45c Ketchup ................... 59c Loganberries ............... 45c Black Raspberries ........... 59c Crushed Pineapple ........... 65c Prunes 29c Pork and Beans 35c Cherries 49c Blueberries 65c Blackberries 45c Red Raspberries - 65c Broken Sliced Pineapple 65c Toilet Paper, 7 for 25c | Matches, 6 boxes 19c Farmers' Union Meeting, Burchinal, Iowa Friday Evening, Aug. 2 -- Public Invited. Speakers -^ W Robert Moore, Des Moines, and A. G. Bowers, Mason City Block Salt, large blocks · · 45c f|t Stock Salt, 100 Ibs., good grade 69c Oyster Shells, 100 Ibs 69c MR. FARMER:--Bring us your eggs -- cash or trade -any of the 4 stores.

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