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

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 7 ·1937 SOIL PROGRAM OUTLINED HERE County Agents, Committees - Hear 1937 Plans Outlined. County agents and agricultural committees from Cerro Gordo and 10 surrounding counties Thursday heard explanation and discussion of the 1937 agricultural conservation program at the Y. M. C. A. here by Joe Reed, director of the north central division of the Unit. ed States for the soil conservation program; and Ed Graff,, extension i service representative from Iowa State college at Ames. H. L. Dieterich, Brooklyn, member of the Iowa agricultural cnn- 1 servation committee, presided at the meeting acting for Ralph Smith chairman of the committee, while Fred F. Clark, also a state commit- THIRTEEN teeman, aided in handling the discussion. Detailed outlining of the committee's plan for 1937 took up the morning session, with explanation of procedure for county agents and committees and discussion of individual problems occupying the afternoon. Lunch was served at noon in the banquet room. Representing Cerro Gordo county were Jay Richardson, chairman, Paul Spoils, H. J. Brown, George Hilzhusen and Roy Harmon, members of Ihe counly committee, and Andrew Olson, acting county agent. I Mr. Dieterich and Mr. Clark left Mason City late Thursday "afternoon for Spencer where they will conduct Friday the last of a series of nine of these conferences. Jumps to Safety Out Second Story Window WASHINGTON, Iowa. (.-1)-Amos Stout,. Jr., of Brighton, jumped to safety from the second story window of his home when fire destroyed it Thursday. AT NORTH CLIFTON'S PREFERRED MARKETS AT SOUTH A. p. STORE SUGAR CURED Sliced Bacon ib 23 Tender Roast Beef ib 15. Hearts, Brains, Liver Pork i. IQc Whiting Fish «b 10 Rolled Rib Roast ' ' Beef 'b 23 Lean Roast Pork ^ 19- Boneless Fillets A. P. spends over three times as much in Iowa as the people of To\va spend in A. P. Stores. Every year our purchases from Iowa farmers and producers amount to around $24,000,000; and (he rents, wages and other local expenses which we pay to Iowa eitizens and companies add up to over $1,700,000--a total of approximately 525,700,000 which ROCS to support Town industries and enterprises. WHITE HOUSE EVAP. MILK 3 Jan's 19C FINEST BEET SUGAR 10 Lb. Cloth Bag 50c DEL MONTE Y. C. HALVES OR SU. PEACHES 3 No. 2'/2 Cans KARO SYRUP Blue Label Red, Label Cans i§4?V Cans BUTTER-NUT "THE DELICIOUS COFFEE" 1-lb. *B«fc.- 2-lb. ffl M ~ f.*$F r- · *»"aff 1 Lan , Stj/^f Can . JP« P%» O L i y i L O S O A P 'THE LOTION-LIKE TOILET SOAP' Cakes 25c THE LARGEST (UilHklfcJilS) SELLING TEA IN THE U.S.A. N E C T A R Green, '/z Ib 15c B l o c k , Vi Ib 29c FINE CREAMERY BUTTER, 2 Ibs 73c Vigorous and V/iney Coffee, BOKAR, 2--Mb, cans. . . 43c Sno-Sheen Cake Flour PILLSBURY'S, 23/4-lb. pkg 23c MinutG TAPIOCA, 8-oz. pkg 1 Oc P. L. Label CATSUP, 14-oz. bottle. . . . lOc lona TOMATOES, 3 No. 2 Cans. . . 25c Sultana PEANUT BUTTER, 2-lb. jar 25c Sunnyfield CORN FLAKES, 13-oz. pkg lOc Blue Rose RICE, 5 Ibs 25c Rajah SALAD DRESSING, qt. jar 33c lona Sliced PINEAPPLE, 21/2 sire 19c WHEAT PUFFITS, 5-oi. pkg 7c CR1SCO, 3-lb. c a n . . 59c STOCK SALT, 100-lb. bag 65c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables! SEEDLESS--96 SIZE GRAPEFRUIT 0 * 0 . 3 for IOC Fresh Carrots, bunch · . - . . · . - . · Radishes, 3 bunches. . , . . 5c . lOc e a · · · p e c k 100-lb. Bag $2.39 Navel Oranges, 288 size, 2 doz. 35c Celery, 2 b u n c h e s . . . . 25c Tune in "A r Bandwagon," 7 (o 8 p. m. Tluirs., CBS Network Stores ig \ f fc DR.CHENOWETH KIWANIS HEAD Installed as President; Humphrey, Dr. Long Honored. Dr. C. E. Chenoweth was installed as president ot the Kiwams club at the regular program Thursday noon in Hotel Hanford. He succeeds P. M. Humphrey, who voiced appreciation lor the co-operation he had been given by the members the past year and thanks tor the honor of serving the club. Mr. Humphrey was presented a past president's button. Dr. Chenoweth, who congratulated the retiring president on the report he had presented", introduced the chairmen ot new committees who in t u r n presented their member.-;. The m e t i n g had an added significance with the presentation of a past lieutenant governor's button to Dr. W. E. Long. This was sent here by John S. Nollen, district governor. New -members welcomed into the club by Or. George M. Crabb were Harry D.. Makeover, sales supervisor Tor the P. G. nnd E and Bob S. Hirsch of the Mason City Fur shop. Guests at the meeting were Earl K. Behrens, ne\y Boy Scout executive,- and Mayor W. L. Wilcox, who led one of the community singing numbers at the request of Dr. R. If. Kunz, songleader. Denies Robbing Man Who Befriended Him DES MOINES, Iff)--Roy Leader, 22, pleaded innocent lo a charge of robbing a man who gave him a place to sleep, when arraigned in municipal court. He was held with bond set at $1,500. Jack Clark, DCS Moincs, said-Leader stole .money from him atter he allowed him to come to his room to sleep. YELLAND FOOD MARKET ·101 North Federal IMionc 6fi8 S. S. YELLAND, Prop. SPECIALS FOK FRIDAY ami SATURDAY l i i f f h t to Limit SI.00 Orders Delivered MEAT SPECIALS Prime Rolled Rib 20c Rolled Rump . . . . . . . . 21e Corned Reef, Home Cured . . .1!)c Lionel Steadman Dies at County Home; Rites to Be at Grave Friday Lionel Steadman, 68, died at t h e Cerro Govdo county home Thursday morning at 7 o'clock following an illness. He had been a resident of the home since Dec. 14, 1936. Mr. Steadman was born in Scotland, Aug. 27, 1868. The only surviving relatives are two cousins, Charles and James Hardie of DCS Moines. A committal service will be held at the grave in Elmwood cemetery Friday afternoon. The body was taken to the Meyer funeral home. Squire Wood Rites to Be Held Friday Funeral services for Squire Wood, -19, who died at his home, 408 Sixth Place southwest. Wednesday, from influenza and pneumonia, will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock at the Randall funeral home, with the Rev. C. E. Flynn, pastor o£ the First M. E. church, in charge ot services. Burial will be at Eimwood cemetery. Surviving Mr. Wood are his wiCe, Margaret, and two brothers, John and Ed of Mason City. Reform, American style: Cleaning house by sweeping the dirt behind the door. -- Davenport Times. "Finer flavored coffee-and the re-sealin,£ Glass Jar keeps H fresher while in use." POUND BURMEISTE MEAT AND 51G South Federal We Deliver Phone 770 Salmon, lOc POUND CAN Eggs, 25c FRESH We Reserve Right to Limit DE SOTA TISSUE, 7 for 25c MATCHES, 6 boxes 18c COFFEE, Chase and Sanborn 23c GRAPEFRUIT ^JFJL dozen 35c Pot Roast, iGc LAKGE Lettuce, 7c FREE 1 Ib. ONIONS with 1 Ib. Round Juicy STEAK 19' 25c MAGIC WASHER, 2 for 35c WE 1AY »IOUE FOR KGGS PLENTY PARKING SPACE GROCERS MEATS,FRUITS,VEGETABLES 2O/lHDST.ftE. PHONES 42 44 Sauerkraut, bulk, qt. ..15c Mince Moat, Home Made, Ih Oranges, size 2n2, 2 tloz. 3i)c Grapefruit, i\o7. Lemons, do-/. 2Se Magic Washer, -I rj Special ...: 1 / C Green Gage Plums, 2-21/2 cans . . . 2!)c Shavers GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 2 cans ...... JJrile he CLEANSER, 4 calls Jack Sprat PEACHES, No. 2i/j can 15k Kcllofffir's AI,L BRAN, per p lOc HOME BAKED GOODS Home Made Bread l(k MRS. ROGERS' CAKES, PIES. ROI,I,S, UONUTS GRAPEFRUIT, n 7 .% Size, per dozen . . . . «i I C O R A N G E S , U l c d i u m Sine, 2 dozen 35c MEAT DEPARTMENT Fancy liccf POT ROAST, per II). 1 O _ I Berkshire, Pure Pork o r I O C | SAUSAGE, per 111 ,6DC Puffer! Wheat. 2 Tor . . 17c SPECIALS Saturday, Monday-SPICSALS Baby Beef STEAK Sugar Cured--4-6 Ib. Average · a Ifi5c SUMMER SAUSAGE, pound. . LIVER SAUSAGE, pound. . BOLOGNA, pound . . . BREAKFAST BACON, 1-Pound Package . . CHICKENS, Fresh Dressed, Spring, pound Buehler's Best Buy Will Take the Place of Lard « LEG-O'-MUTTON, pound 12c MUTTON ROAST, pound CHOPS, 3 pounds. 25c BEEF RIB BOIL, pound POT ROAST, pound BONELESS STEW, 2 p o u n d s . . . . . . . SPARE RIBS, pound PORK LOIN ROAST, pound. Back Bones Mutton Stew Beef Boil Neck Bones Pig's Feet PORK HOCKS, 3 pounds Hamburger, Sausage, Ib. CHOPS, pound . Pork Liver Hearts Brains Special Sate on Beef Front and Hind Quarters! FRONT QUARTERS Young, Tender, 40 to 80 Ib. avr.. . Ib. HIND QUARTERS Young, Corn Fed. 40 to 80 Ib. avr., Ib. We Are Grinding Your Sausage Meats WHITING, pound . . . . IOC PERCH FiLLETS, pound , HADDOCK FILLETS, pound.. . ISc MEATS THAT SATISFY BRISKET BEEF For Simp 8c ib. TITTLE BROS. P A C K I N G CO. 105 South Federal Phone (!K! SPECIAI FRIDAY and SATURDAY -- SPECIAL FRESH LUTEFISK, pound Mealy SOUP BONES l O C e a KRESH HADDOCK, lioutul 17c MEATY BEEF Pot Roast lOJc ,,,. CHOICE CENTER CUTS Beef Chuck Roasts ROLLED Rib Roast 17c ib. PORK SHOULDER STEAK, ll FRESH GROUND HAiMRURGER, Ib. lOc MILK FED Veal Roast 15c ib. WHOLE FRESH Pork Shoulder Ib. Shankless 9 Ib. jar SPICED CUT HERRING, each "9!kT Fresh Cmmlr.v Style Pork Sausage " 1 7 C n r . , -l-(i Ib. Arc. SMOKED PICNICS, II) 17c ISKE OUR WINDOWS BEFORE YOU BUY! Cut Hate Groeery LET US SAVE YOU MONEY Has Built Our Business SUGAR 10 Ibs 49c Powdered SUGAR 3 Ibs 23c HERSHEY'S COCOA Vz-lb. can 9c Fresh Roasted Peanuts, 2 Ibs. 25c Every thrifty housewife knows and enjoys our reliable service, our quality merchandise and our money-saving prices. Such confidence and loyalty makes it possible for us to offer these Special Values. Come, get your share of them, or phone us. We will give phone orders the same careful attention as though you were picking your own. (Prices Good Friday, Saturday, Sunday Monday) BUTTER Brookfield or Corn Country ·*»*_ Per 35c n. EGGS Fresh From the Farm Dor. CANNED VEGETABLES CORN, PEAS, CARROTS, TOMATOES, -*(·« 3 cans 25C Green Strlngfcss Beans, can 10c Beefs, can lOc Spinach, can lOc Large Can Red Kidney B e a n s . . 1 Oc Large Can Pork and B e a n s . . . . lOc Pumpkin, can 1 Oc Lima Beans, can 1 Oc 15c GRADE CORN, PEAS, TOMATOES, ' 2 cans Salad Dressing Full Ql. Jar As (rood as any. Why pay more. Large Head Lettuce IOC Per Head DRIED FRUITS PRUNES, 2 Ibs 25c PRUNES, 3 Ibs 25c PEACHES, per Ib 1 9c APRICOTS, per Ib 23c R A I S I N S , 2-lb. pkg.. . I9c DATES, 2 Ibs, 19c Pitted, 2 Ibs 25c FIGS, per pkg 1 Oc FRUIT-GEL,-All Flavors, 6 pkgs. CORN STARCH, 1-ib. pkgs., 3 for Arm Hammer SODA, 3 pkgs.. Swansdown CAKE FLOUR, per pkg. APPLE SAUCE, 2 No. 2 Cans. . Better Than Home-Made POP CORN That Pops ' 2 Ibs. BULK GOODS Dried Vegetables (or Soup 1 Oc Farina, 3 Ibs 19c Table Salt, 10 Ibs.. . 15c Lima Beans, per Ib.. . 1 4c Baby Lima Beans, 2 Ibs 25c Peas, per Ib lOc Tapioca, Pearl, 2 Ibs. 25c Tapioca, Fine, 2 Ibs.. . 23c Pinto Beans, 3 Ibs.. . . 25c Pearl Barley, 2 Ibs. . . . 25c Split Peas, per Ib 1 Oc Macaroni, 3 Ibs 25c Spaghetti, 3 Ibs 25c Noodles, I Ib 15c CATSUP 2 Large Battles FLOUR Omar Flour, ^13 Ibs $1.09 Siinhcam Flour, 1!) Iks. . SI.89 Gold Medal, -in Ibs. . . . ?2.19 White Flour. 5 Ib. sack . . . 28c Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs 2 8 : Graham, 5 Ih. sack 28c Whole Wheat, 10 11. sack . . -18c. Corn Meal, 5 II). sack . . . . 2Hr. Crushed Wheat, 5 Ih. sack 2flc Uncolored Japan TEA SITTINGS, per Ib TEA "n'.T/ Green, per Ib.. . 25c Black, per Ib.. . 35c COCOA ,?,;,"',',2-lb. can 15c TOBACCO P. A., Kentucky Club, Velvet, per can _ _ Get Your Cigarets Here ORANGES Sweet and .Ttiicy Sunkist 2 dozen 35c and 23c, 29c, 35c per-dor. All Kinds -- Priced Right Cookies, per fb. 19c -."ir anil 3r,r r;r.irlr Honey, per cake 19c Pineapple, 3 c a n s . . . . 25c Vanilla, 8-oz. b o t t l e . . lOc SWEET CIDER, per gallon . . FARMERS We want ynnr Eggs. Will pay highest prices. Yon won't have lo worry about a Red Ticket here--we have plenty of parking space. SOAPS Biff 4 Naptha, I B liars 18c Peel's White Soap, largest bar While Snap, n ~ G bars nrife l/c Cleanser, X cans ;·.. 25c Crystal White Chips. 2 pkfts. Hard Water Soap, diffcrm! colors for your £ bnthrnnin. per bar DC FARMERS: Wn have Miming supplies for thai meat yon want to ran. BROOMS MOP STICKS, each COFFEE, Peaberry, in Bulk. Can't Be Beat. Per Ib PEANUT BRITTLE, per Ib ICE CREAM -- Higley's Luxus -- All Kinds for Any Occasion -- GET OUR PRICE We Are as Close as Your Phone Phones 112, 1 1 3 , 114 512 First Street S. W. !SSaaiB^

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