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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 1, 1935
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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 1 ·· 1935 REPUBLICANS TO HOLD MEETING 50 Representatives of 10 "Grass Roots" States to Assemble. CEDAR RAPIDS, Aug. 1. Fifty republican representatives from 10 prairie states that participated in the "grass roots" conference at Springfield, 111., will meet Aug. 5 and 6 at the Edgewater Beach botel in Chicago to complete plans for a nationwide drive against the new deal, Harrison Spangler, Cedar Kapids, chairman of the grass roots conference committee and republican national committeeman from Iowa, announced here today. Five men will attend, he said, from each of the 10 states--Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Mis- Are You Bothered With Ants? GERM-A-RID -- GUARANTEED -- Will positively get rid of every ant in your home or in the yard. A S K Y O U R G R O C E R souri, Kansas and Oklahoma. The group will include members ot the committee on permanent plans and activities provided for at the "grass roots" conference. The republican state chairman from each state al so will take part, he said. This committee, Spangler said, will not consider candidates for any office, but will devote its energies entirely to the promotion of principles. Those Bucolic Days A contemporary recalls the good old days when all one expected from the government was free garden seed. With such a bargain, one gladly would accept (but not read) the congressman's franked speech. --San Antonio Evening News. Shrinking From Publicity? There may soon be television between New York and Philadelphia, but there's some doubt whether congress will expose itself by permitting the lines to go on down to Washington.--Indianapolis Times. Anyway, living from hand to mouth is good exercise for the anna.--Davenport Times. DIAMOND BROS. Picnic Hams Average Ib. 19c Beef Roast Leaft and Tender Ib. 17c Pork Loin, RoOSt cufs Ib. 18c Bacon Squares . Ib. 21c Veal Roost Ib. 17c Hams, B. R. T. . Ib. 28c LARD, 100% Pure . . . . . . . . 2 Ibs. 3 3 c Bacon, Large, Briskets Wieners 2 to 3 Ib. Chunks Juicy · Ib. 23c 15c Ham Pork Butts Chops For Baking, Lean Center Cuts Ib. Ib. 21c 28c BEFF ROAST, R. B. Boned . . . . . Ib. 21c SARDINES in Mustard or Tomato Sauce 3 oval cans 25c VfOMI l i O K e S 3 Lgc. Boxes Mother's Oats %T . Purity Toast Fk g ° z ' Lima Beans L . . Soda Crackers BOX' . Cocoanut fTW . . Mason Caps Do rz . . . Jar Rings 3Fkgs . . . . fa t _ _ Reputation, UleO 2 lb. Fkg. · ' · Grapefruit S ycans . 25c 25c 15c 25c 15c 19c 23c lOc 35c 29c Pure Cocoa BOX . . Candy Bars * or . . Ruby Catsup L^SS" . Dressing Qt. la j ar . . Apricots pe hroi ib e : . . . Red Salmon 2Ci T . · Pork Beans Lns . v* mj**m *m Ssndwicfi. dpreOO 3.6 m . Cans · · Block Salt ££ . . A B«««AAI«IM Quart AmrTSOeaSa Bottle · 17c lOc 21c 19c 19c 33c 23c 25c 39c 15c QUAKER MILK MADE MACARONI, SPAGHETTI or NOODLES, 4 pkgs. 26c WHITE KING SOAP GRANULES Large box 19c| 2 !nd. Boxes FREE!! WESSON OIL Pint can 25cj Rubber Apron FREE!! JAPAN TEA (Bulk) Per Ib 17c Diamond Best 2 Ib. pkg 15c Taylor's Concord 2 pint bottles 33c PLUMS Red or Blue . . Quarter Crate Basket ....... ....... 55c FANCY GRAPES, 2 Ibs. . . . . . . . . .. 19c DUCHESS .APPLES, 6 Ibs. . ........... 25e NEW POTATOES, per peck .'. .'.'.'. .'.'.' 19c WATERMELONS Texas Watsons Finest Quality By Whole or Half Per Ib .............. 2c FRUIT IN NO. 10 CANS PEACHES. "Ruby" (sliced) 43c "Alamont," Fancy Halves in heavy syrup . . . . . . 49c BLACKBERRIES ... 43c APRICOTS 49c CR. PINEAPPLE . '..... 62c BARTLETT PEARS In No. 2'/ 2 Can "Nile" Brand 2 for 25c "Hunter's Pride" 2 for 35c BANANAS 4 pounds 22c FANCY GRAPEFRUIT, 6 for 25c CABBAGE, 10 Ibs. 13c PEARS, 2 baskets 25c ARKANSAS PEACHES Fine Large Fruit. Full, Heavy Packed. Basket $1.98 Per dozen 16c Seminole TOILET TISSUE, 4-1,000 sheet rolls . 23c FANCY IMPORTED CANDY "Attaboy" -- 35c Value Special, per' Ib. . · . , . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . 25c CRAB MEAT, Finest quality, -35c can v. 25e Reputation Brand, 1 Jb. Pkg. 16c; 3 II Marshmallow, per pound « Pkg . Jeli Powder r2 Crystal White, 10 Bars Super Suds D. B . M i f k (3o-3rs) 2 us. · I5c 13e 29c 19c l i e 25c SOUP Vegetable, Tomato, Asparagus, Bean or Pea, 6 cans 29c LAVO-KLEEN, For Cleansing Toilet Bowls, 2 cans He f Peaberry, 1 lb. Pkg. 14c; S lb. Pkg. Bread and Butter, Pint Jar · Early June, 3 Cans · · · Palmolive, 4 Bars « · · 39c 15c 29c Brown Sugar ar f* a -- *» ***. %«Irum Palmolive Shaving, 35c Tube · 5c 25c 25c 35c FLOUR In 49-Pound Bags Reputation $1.59 Diamond's Best. . . . . . . ?1.75 Pillsbury's Best $1.99 High Quality Feeds at Special Prices - 100 Lb. Bags 90 Ibs. Rolled O a t s . . $3.10 Pure Bran $1.37 Wheat Shorts $1.52 Chick Starter $2.65 Egg Mash $2.19 Outdoes President Csing the same fishing rod that his father used, with much less success, on his last fishing expedition in southern waters, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., third son of the president, is shown with two giant fish he caught off Beach Haven, N. J. The largest of the tuna weighed 35 pounds. ARMY OFFICERS GET PROMOTIONS 4,918 Advanced in Rank as President Signs Long Delayed Bill. WASHINGTON, Aug. 1. Long delayed promotions were given today to 4,918 army officers. The promotion bill was signed late yesterday by President Roosevelt after its passage by the house, and the senate's acceptance of a house amendment making the measure effective today, instead of on Sept. 1. The war department wanted the bill passed to establish an even flow of promotion and smooth down the "hump" of thousands of officers commissioned during reorganization of the army at the end of the World war. These officers have remained in the grade in which they were commissioned. War department officials estimated that 158 lieutenant colonels would be promoted to colonels, creating the same number of vacancies .n the ranks of lieutenant colonel, as well as providing for 364 new lieutenant colonels. In addition to the 522 commissions as major thus left open, the bill provides for naming 890 more majors, thus moving up 1,412 captains. The bill's provision for the promotion of all first lieutenants with ten years or more service meant the promotion of between 1,500 and 1,700 to captains. Approximately 800 second lieutenants with three years or more service automatically go to first lieutenants. Army officers stationed in practically every army- post in the United States, Panama, Hawaii, Alaska, the Philippines and Tientsin, China, were benefited by the bill. Are Parents of Son. BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Herman Soderberg have a son born Wednesday at the Wohnke hospital. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tig- gess was named Bernard Thomas. Mrs. Tigges was Mary Droessler before her marriage. . NOTE FOUND IN MURDER SEARCH Suicide Letter Thought Ruse to Throw Police Off Right Track. CHICAGO, Aug. 1. W-- A suicide note signed "Mandeville" was found today in the search for Mandeville Zenge, 26, wanted for questioning in the mutilation-murder of Dr. Walter J. Bauer. On a coat containing the note were spots which Police Captain John Stege said were "unmistakably bloodstains," with more on a handkerchief found in the breast pocket. The note was turned over to police in the midst of a four state search for Zenge, a disappointed suitor for the band of Bauer's pretty wife, Louise, a Kirksville, Mo., nurse. John Giannini, cab driver, found it, he reported, in clothing left behind by a passenger he drove to- Navy pier, on Chicago's near north side, about 10:45 o'clock last night. While the note was addressed to Zenge's father, and said "I'm going to end it all," Police Capt. John Stege dubbed it "a ruse," to throw police off the track. The note contained no reference to the brutal attack on Bauer. Morrell Declares Dividend. OTTUMWA, Aug. 1. (^P)--John Morrell and company, local meat packers and provisioners, today declared the fourth quarterly dividend for this year of 90 cents a share on common stock. It is payable September 14. Keeping In Training Perhaps democrats in congress are criticizing the president to get themselves in form as critics of the next president.--Rochester Times- Union. Ask your Grocer for a LITTLE PELTQN and get a REAL BROOM RnonK mnnr ran at (King Uie besl KROPMAN GROCERY 19 Ninth Street N. E. FREE DELIVERY Phone Early Home O\vned Store of Quality Foods. THESE SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATUKDAY Butter, Ib . 24e Beef Tenderloin, Ib... 30c Bocon, Ib; pkg 27c Pure Lard, Ib 19c Powdered Sugar, 3 Ibs. 19c Boneless Veal Roast, Ib. 21 c Dressed Spring Chickens, Ib. 22c WE PAY 25C TO FARMERS FOR EGGS We Are Open Every Night Until 10 O'clock. MEAT AND GEOCERY Phone 465 FREE DELIVERY 629 6th S. W. Heavy Spring CHICKENS, Ib. .. Veal ROAST, Ib 15c Beef ROAST, lb. Veal and Beef STEW, lb lOc Baby Beef LIVER, Ib. 15c Sliced End BACON, Ib. I5c Fresh Sliced HAM, lb. .. 25c Spring Leg of LAMB, lb. ... 20c Full Line of Groceries at Good Prices Farmers--We Buy Eggs, Chickens and Veal Calves Packed with HASH'S Toasted COFFEE A Knife with 4 1-lb. jars, per Ib. A Spoon attached to. each 2-ib. jar, A Fork attached to each 3-lb. jar, FOOD MARKET Phone 1591 $2.00 Orders Delivered FREE Four FROM YOUR FRONT DOOR Deliveries IS THE Daily Values for Friday and Saturday, Aug. 1 3 Canning Supplies Jar Rubbers Parowax "Kerr" Lids "Kerr" Jars "Kerr" Jars "Kerr" Lids Wide Mouth lie Scott's Waldorf Tissue 6 Rolls 25c Van Camp's Pork 8 Beans Cans 3 large cans ....... 25c Pure Cider Vinegar Gallon Fig Bars 2 Or Gingersnaps Pounds in Cello Red Bird Brooms Five Tie Each Libby's or Campbell's Tomato Juice 2$c Cans Pound Folger's Coffee 2 pounds 57c 29c Webster 3 No. 2 Cans Northfield Milk Toll Cans Pork 8 Beans No. 10 can. Libby's Crushed Pineapple Or Tidbits 9 01. Cans. Rosedale Med. Red No. 1 Tall Cans Imitation oz. Jar Kellogg's Whole Pkgs. Junket Fresh Fruits and Vegetables FANCY ALBERTA PEACHES, box Sunkist LEMONS, "300's," dozen "216 Size" ORANGES, Dozen II Kraft Pint Libby's Sweet or Sweet Mix Quart Jar Appetizers Land 0' Lakes 2 Pound Wood Box. Libby's Plain or Kosher Quart Jar Libby's Stuffed No. 4 Jar Libby's Rosedale WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR LIFEBUOY AND RINSO COUPONS

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