Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 17
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1933
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DECEMBER 14 W33 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Perhaps yon neglect ed to have your wedding photograph taken--do it now, for Christmas. 291/j East State St. 456 MEN ARE AT WORK IN CITY ON LOCAL GWA JOBS Many Improvements Are in Making Throughout City. Mason City had 456 men at work Thursday on its many projects under the Civil Works act. Men were working- on the two projects of cleaning out streams, one prang worlong between Federal av*»ue ITEMS I1KG. rnicE Fon ONE CENT MOHE Campbell's Soup 4 c a i "30c|5 Cnns 31c Campbell's £ |3 cm " 30cl4 Cal " 31c Del Monte ?*. 14 c "" 54c | 5 *£,i 55c Spaghetti JS. n 12 """ 19c 3 Ciu " 20c Libby's Tomalo Juice 12 cw " 19c|3 cm 20c Corn Branil Tomatoes i°S5, 4 13 ?i«* 30c U sc TM 31c Peas £Za Sultana SS« (3 TM« 19 C |4 «*"·· 20c Van Camp's "TMin y . [ 3 c««. *« 20c Armour's i"" '4 cf n 30c|5 1bl -31c Sparkle ^4!"HSi 16 pliss - 27c I 7 """ 28c P. G. Soap 19c 16 Bn " 20e Northern [ 3 Kolls 20c 14 Bolb 21c Birdseye 5Ia 6""" 29c 7 """' 30c Old Dutch i 3 CM " 24c 14 c TM 25c National Cheese Week December 11-16 SEVENTEEN* SUNNYFIELD BUTTER lb. 22c FLOUR 49 Pound bag $1.69 Pillsburys Best Flour, 49 Ibs $1.99 Gold Medal Kitchen Tested Flour, 49 Ibs $2.05 lona Flour, 49 Ibs $1.49 C.H. PURE CANE SUGAR 100 Pounds $4.97 f .» Fine Granulated Sugar, 100 Ibs $4.77 Shinola Shoe Polish, can 8c Gigantic MEAT SALE OI,D HOMESTEAD HAMS Half nr Whole, 13* ROAST nib nr Loin Und, I'OIJNI) FRESH HAM POUK ROAST Slicrd. I'OIIM) ronn i.n'Kn. HEAIITS, SXOIJTS or HOCKS C aoon TF.XDKU HKKP ROAST BEEF Roast t] ^ ] JL ^» nnn^ri'ss anrl Ilntl f ^ "^» m^m Steak BEEF runt: JIKMJKHKH LARD ^ .^ «· i P O U N D S Orders Taken Now for Holiday Poultry BANANAS 3 Ibs. 25c ONIONS Gibs. IOc POTATOES pk. 25c Say "Merry Christmas" with Fine Foods! and Monroe avenue and the other working at East Park. A gang of men was also at work on the sludge pond at the disposal plant, where the capacity of the drainage pond is being' doubled. The pond is being; divided into four separate compartments, only one of which it will be necessary to use each year. This will allow the accumulation to dry so that farmers may get it for fertilizer. Heretofore the sludge had been impossible to obtain. The excavation for an under- round storage is also being dug at the Water Works department, where storage will be provided for all materials which are now left in the open, due to lack of under cover space. The ^torage will accommodate trucks and other equipment used during the winter season. The building will be heated by exhaust steam from the pumps and compressors and will serve as a partial condensing system eliminating the necessity of pumping approximately 150,000 gallons a day through the present condensing- system. Seventy-two men were also working on parkings in various sections o£ the city and 30 were working in the municipal atone quarry. A gang was also at work on water mains. 1 BTHYEArToF HOME OBSERVED Representative of Father Flanagan Reviews Work Done in Omaha. Stanley Gribbin, authorized representative of Father Flanagan's Boys' home in Omaha, arrived Thursday in Mason City and will make la's headquarters here until after the first of the new year. Sixteen years ago this week Father Flanagan began his life's work of helping unfortunate youngsters and he now stands high in this line of endeavor. More than 3,000 boys liove come out of his home and been placed in responsible positions throughout the country. Boys are taken under his wing between the ages of 6 and IS and are taken from every state in the union and almost every known nationality, regardless of color or creed. When they leave the father's home they have what is equivalent to an eighth grade education and a complete knowledge of their chosen trade. At present there arc more than 200 boys living in Father Flanagan's home and preparing themselves to go out into the world. There are usually about that number, for as soon as one boy has completed his education and learned his trade he is placed in a good job iu the proper environment and another boy is taken into the father's home. Often, too, a boy will be adopted, thus leaving another vacancy which is immediately filled with the next applicant on the list. The most remarkable feature of this home is that Father Flanagan Life Protection at Cost! 51,500 Mutual JUfe Protection FOR $7.00 Approximate Total Cost §13.00 Per Year Non-medical, ages 0 tu 7a; all races; dues wuived after 15 years; disability waivers, loan and withdrawal values. \Vrlto for particulars, Dept. A FAMILY MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION Heard Bldg., Phoenix, Arizona CARL G R U P P FOOD MARKET 430 IP YOU WANT QUALITY ..8c 1339 NORTH FEDERAL - TRY GRUPP'S IOc PORK ROAST, Q POT ROAST, Shoulder, lb OC Ends, lb FRUITS--Loganberries, Blackberries, Peaches 4i)c NO. 10 CANS--Cherries, Pineapple, Strawberries, etc. 55c SPAKEUIBS, S pounds CORNED ISKEF, Boneless, Hi POTATOES, peck 19c 15c 25c KRAUT, Bulk, (|u;irt CABBAGE, Soiid, pound 1TJLOUR, Occident, 49 12ic 4c $2.19 Folgev's Coffee IKS been able to continue his good vork without aid from any public unds or organized relief. The woi-li s made possible solely through the 7cnerous donations of individuals hrouglioul the country. The majority ot the boys who ire benefitted by Father Flanagan ire from Iowa and Nebraska. GUT RATE GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY Prices Below Good for Friday, Saturday and Monday SAME TRICES AT BOTH STORKS 30 E:ist State Street 508 First Street S. W. I'lionc 112-1J3 I'hone 114 FREE DELIVERY OF ;JOc ORDERS OR OVER Full Cream Cheese, 2 Ibs.. 20c Chocolate, per calce SEEOLESS OUAPEFRUIT Sizes 5, G o p and 7 f o r . . fcitM Leave your order here f o r Fresh Dressed Chickens, ORANGES , IOc, 23c, and 35c CHRISTMAS CANDIES Peanut Brittle, II IOc ISc Best Xmits Uliv., 2 His. 25c Fey. Chocolates, S-lli. box (iOc Choc. Cov. Mints, 1-lb. box 3Sc Fey. Chocolates, 1-lb. box :i!)c Cut Rock, M 15c Oningo Slices, Ib IOc BEST GRADE Jv'IJTS English VViilnnts, 2 Ibs.. . 25c Mixed Nuts, best grade, Ib. 18o Large Washed Brazils, ]h. ISc Large Almonds, Ib JOc Liirgc Filberts, Ib 23n Peanuts, Ib JOc I'illsbury's I'ancnke Flour 4-1 b. .sack . 21c Pop ( tlmt pops, 5 Ibs Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1 ib. can 29c IOc Baked Benns, t onn.s 5}5c Prunes, mcd. size, 3 His... 28c L:irp( I^iu^es, 2 Ibs '.Me 1 Snioll Pnuies, 3 Ids 25n Piirt) Sorghum, '/, gallon 3oi; Honey, 2 cakes ^5e Crys. White Soap, Id bars 25c ISoncless Codfish, Ib. box 25e Krnft'.s Cliuese, '/ z -ll). pkg. loo White Flour, 5-11). sack.. 2 I : Vanllhi Flavor, 8 oz. bottle IOc 10: Pumpkin, 8 cans . . . 25c fielatine, all flavors, pUg. no IOc Baking Soda, 3 pkgs. 2Sc Raisins, per pktf IOc I5c. Hi!c.\, 2 bottles 2;c IOc Palmolivo Beads, |)kg. 5o IOc Kirtnej 1 Keuns, 4 cans 25c FANCY DATES. 2 Ihs i!)c Orange, Pinciipplc B SUGAIl "·err"TM' 1CC ] 1 ^ I n c « t , I O O l h s . $ 4 . ( i f l pnnnd . . . . Ut · P e r i l ) 20c · Ciine, 100 ns. $1.76 Fresh Mincuinuiit ,liist TJke Ilome- I9c flfac. or SpaKhclti, i pkgs. '. Slac. or Spaghetti, 3 His. ; aiazola ( b u l l ! ) quart I Sqnash, nice ones, 4 lor. . f.iniii Beans, large c a n . . . Hrooms, good ones 80c, -JOc, i Or. or \\':ix Str. Bcjins r can 1 IOc Corn, 3 cans ; C.'it«uj, large bottle, 2 for '. Onions. K Il/s 5 Triumph Flour (none better) 49 Ib. anck ?1.7!) Jersey Cream, 49-lb. sk. $l.f'J Ex. Choice Apricots, Ib.. . 10? Dried Peaches, 2 Ibs 2no Dried Apricots, Stand., Ib. l i e ZOK Pure Vnnilla, 2-oz. hnt. IOc Toilet Paper, 3, 4, 5 rolls 2.Tc C'eJery, largo stalks lie Head JLcttnce, solid. 5c nnii Se PURK CItlSCO Uis.. . 35c TEA Cut Hatfl Spcrfnl, rlic itrfti ttrern Tea Ib '... Grrrn TYa Slfl- lnf;», llj BEST GRADE: I*enl»erry Coffee I.J), J DC ?. His. -JOc, New Figs, pkg IOc · Mr. Farmer: Bring us your !5tt New Currants, 2 pkga. JJac | eggs. They liny more here. MARSHMALLOWS, 2 pounds . . . . 25c C. K. ISUSII, Mgr. SO Kust Stntii Street K A R L BUSH, Mgr. 508 First Street S. W. RUM CORPS AIJXIMAHY MEETS FOR RUIDCiE The American Legion Drum corps iuxihary was entertained at the lonie of Mrs. Earl Wolters, 840 East Hate street, Wednesday evening vith Mrs. J. Clmstianson, Mrs. H. "Shroyer and Mrs. Wolters as hos- .esses. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. Max Riley and Mrs. \v. J. Irving and low " Mrs. Ft. C. Patrick and Mrs Frank Maillim served. Refreshments ware BEATRICE JONES DIES AT HOME Succumbs Following Long Illness; Services Not Arranged. Miss Beatrice Jonea, 30, died at her home, 10 Thirteenth street northeast, shortly before G o'clock Thursday morning, following a lingering illness. She had been seriously ill only a few days. Hiss Jonea was born Aug. 11, 1003, at Cresco. She came to Mason City with her parents when about three 3'cara of age and attended the local schools. She had ·cKided at home with her mother incl one brother and one sister. Her 'ather preceded her in death three years ago. Surviving Miss Jones are her mother, Mrs. Evelyn Jones, a brother, Aubert, and a sister, Marjovic, at home, and a sister, Mrs Violet Campbell of Rockwell. Funeral services had not been ar- Federal Packing Co. Phone 7-l« We Deliver $1.00 Orders. 213 IS". Federal Ave. SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY QUARTER OF BEEF ^ QUARTER OF BEEF HOGS Whole or linif ' LARD, Open Kettle, l b . . . CHICKENS, Fresh Dressed, lb. STEAK, Round, Sirloin, Ib. BEEF ROAST. Good, lb RIB BOIL. IKnind UEEF TONGUE. pound LIVER, Baby Beef, Ib VEAL ROAST, Milk Fed. llj VEAL STEW. pound fj . J C 1 f t llCC 7 . 1C 15c lOc 12c 8c .. 5c · 61/26 . . 6c 30c /» OC BACON, 5-lb. . Decker's, lb.. BACON, Sugar Cured, 11).. . SPARERIBS, pound SIJJK PORK, Fresh, lb FRESH HAUL pound PORK SHOULDER, lb... SPARERIBS, Smoked, lb PORK CHOPS. I A End Cut, lb 1UC LAMB CHOPS, pound ranged Thursday. The body was taken to the McAulcy funeral home. FEWER COLDS NEW AID IN PREVENTING COLDS NOSER'S SEL'RITE alC South Federal Phone 770 Frcn Delivery OPEN SUNDAY--D TO 13 A. M. Friday and Saturday Specials ~ Butter, Ib 21c Camay Soap, bar Soda Crackers, 2 Ibs... 21c Graham Crackers, 2 Ibs. 2i!c O. K. Coffee, Ib l!)c Also, 3 Ibs 55c Morning Cheer Coffee, pound 23c Japan Tea, '/ 2 Ib lOc Honey, full Ib., 2 f o r . . . 25c Golden Bantam Corn, No. 2 lOc DelMaiz Niblets, 12 oz. lOc P. and G. Soap, large bars, G for. . . , 25c 5c Granulated Sugar, 10 Ibs 47c I'rotex Health Soap, bar 5c Mixed Nuts, Ifo 15c Mo. Pecans, Ib lac English Walnuts, Ib... 15c Brazil Nuts, Ib 15c Filberts, Ib 25c Oranges, large, dozen.. 25c Oranges, medium, doz. 20c Grapes, !5 Ibs 25c Jumbo Peanuts, q u a r t . . Sc MIXED CANDY, 2 pounds 25c MEAT DEPARTMENT DALE BLOXHAM, Mgr. ROLLED RIJJ ROAST, Ib.. 12k MEATY SPARERIBS, Ib ...Sic BEEF STEAK, pound IOc CREAM CHEESE, pound 16c BEEF ROAST, Center Cut, Ib.. 7c DILL PICKLES, 6 for Open 9 to 12 A. M., Sunday QUALITY AND ECONOMY F R O M THE S M I L I N G SHELVES^ ffPIGGLY WIGGLY Prices Effective Friday, Saturday, Dec. 15-16 Butter Tapioca Corn Flour Betsy Ross Our Best 49 Ibs Sugar 10 Pound Cloth Bags 2 Ibs. Coffee Roma, Fresh Ground, Pound ^^ «v o^ Pound 55* Miishroom-Noodlc-Pepper Pot Giant American \Vholo Keriu-1 lO'/j 07. May onnasse C FfftSltS All No. 1 Qualit CANDY ib. Peanut Brittle Crisp Salted Sodas 2 Ib. Box Sprouts ib. 1 E* c T-n Cboy Bean Sprouts TM %» Grape Fruit 14 lstNoW.~-Ft»ee Delivery on Orders of $3~Phonel591

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