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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1933
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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 14 No, Ethel, there is no truth in the rumor that Henry and Edsel are ,, going to secede from the union.-- · Kewanee Star-Courier. An ootimist is a person who I thinks that a golf ball, if stamped with the owner's initials, won't be stolen.--Kessfnger's Review. PHONE 834"QUAL/TY MEATS AND GROCERIES' TURKEYS... DUCKS CHICKENS ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS POULTRY NOW PECAN MEATS, Fresh Cracked, lb ILA'CK WALNUTS, Fresh Cracked, lb 49c CHRISTMAS CANDIES PEANUT BRITTLE, Jb... lac. RIBBON MIX, lb 15c HARD CANDIES, 2 ibs... 25c HERSHEY KISSES, lb 29c Mrs. Snyder's Boxed .Home-Mndo Candy COFFEE Ini-Valu," lb'..' 19c Ferndell, -lb.. 32c Hills, Folger's, lb 32c 23c 49 c BUTTER, pound SUGAR, 10 pounds POTATOES, peck 25c GINGEKALE, 8 battles... 25c NAVEL ORANGES, largo size, dozen BEEF SHORT RIBS 8c PICNIC HAMS, lb lOc HAM. HOCKS, Hi 8c DECkER'S GIFT (tO Cft BOX* ASSORTMENT «?"·«" FRESH OYSTERS GAME FEEDING BOOK OFFERED Iowa Fish, Game Commission Publishes Pamphlet for Sportsmen. Boy Scouts, farmers, sportsmen, and others interested in the winter feeding of Iowa's birds may procure an interesting and Instructive pamphlet from the Iowa Fish and Game commission by submitting a request to deputy state game warden, F. T. Schwob, 1007 Second street northwest. The pamphlet was published by William Scheunke, supervisor of game and wardens. Its plan is to Interest lowans in an active winter feeding program for bobwhites, pheasants, partridges, prairie chickens and other upland game birds. Clever Illustrations brighten the booklet and show how the feeding methods may be worked out. The booklet tells when to establish stations, where to place feeding stations, explains the different types of stations, such as lean-to, wigwam and other types, and the kinds of feed to use. The use of corn shocks and standing field crops and straw and manure piles as feeding places is also explained. TWO FORFEIT BONDS Two men forfeited bonds in police court Thursday morning. Sigfrled Leucht, rural route No. 5, forfeited a $5 bond which he put up when arrested Wednesday evening on a charge of speeding on Federal avenue. Victor Jones, Mason City, forfeited a $10 bond. He was arrested Tuesday evening ir the 100 block on South Federal avenue on a charge of intoxication. In this country there ore two kinds of men: Those who dread the approach of Christmas and store owners.--Fountain Inn Tribune. HOME-MADE -FRUIT CAKES--ALL SIZES BREAD -- ROLLS -- PIES -- COOKIES -- DOUGHNUTS STOP and SHOP 123 North Federal Phone 2727 52 Order Del. Free w *·*** «*» Friday and Saturday Specials Sugar Granulated, 100 Pound Bag 10 LB. CLOTH BAG 47c 5 LB. MEDIUM BROWN _ 25c 4 LBS. POWDERED ,, 25c Coffee 1 LB. A BLEND _19c 1 LB. BLISS _ ._ 25c 1 LB. MAXWELL HOUSE 25c Z Pound Limit Fine No. 1 ^ ^ . Cream., 2 Ibs. tiL m ft 2 Pound Limit *W ^^ DATES, fresh bulk, 2 Ibs _ - 19c RAISINS, seedless, 2 for _._,._17c CURRANTS, 14 oz. pkg _..23c Butter Jello All Flavors, package _. CAROL DESSERT POWDER, 2 pkgs. __ 9c COCOA, fine, rich, bulk, 3 Ibs _ 25c EGGS, fresh from the farm, doz 19c White or Graham, 2 lb. Box WHEATIES, per pkg. .,. ___ _ -_....10c GRAPE NUT FLAKES, 2 pkgs - _.17c MINCE MEAT, IGA, 2 pkgs 19c Crackers »a 19c Soup Campbells, Veg, or Veg. Beef TOMATO SOUP, can _ 6c PUMPKIN, IGA, 2 cans 17c PEAS, IGA, No. 2, 2 cans 29c Brooms Fine Quality, each -.. ONE TO A CUSTOMER 2Ic CHRISTMAS CANDY, 2 Ibs ..................... __ ....... 25c PEANUT BRITTLE, lb ....... _ .......................... _ ........ lOc CHERRY CHOCOLAES, 1 lb. box .................. 25c Oranges ;,, :;: J; " GRAPE FRUIT, Texas Seedless, 7 for ...... 25c JONATHAN APPLES, fancy, 7 Ibs ............. 25c GRAPES, real nice, 2 Ibs .......................................... 15c ib.7c8ii..53 BEEF ROAST, tender and juicy, lb ....... 8c-10c BEEF RIBS, boned, rolled and lean, lb. ...12c Veal To Roast, pound PORK ROAST, lean and tender, lb 7'/ 2 c Dressed Poultry, chickens, ducks, lb 12y 2 c Free Coffee Demonstration AH Day Saturday--Meet Your Friends Here and Have a Good Cup of Coffee CHEESE TALKS Two pieces of good fresh bread with a thick golden slice of Bor- den'a Chateau--there's an unbeatable combination for a picnic. Get'this new cheese treat, before your next--Borden's Chateau. KENYdN'S DAIRY PRODUCTS WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF Pay Few Cents More and Get Kcnyona Fresh-Churned Butter White Front Grocery 311 NOTRH FEDERAL AVE. Former Location of Piggly Wlggly Store No. 1 W. J. FARROTT, Proprietor Friday and Saturday Specials · We Reserve fho Right to Limit Purchases LIBBY'S CANNED GOODS Natural Hawaiian PINEAPPLE JUICE, 18 oz. can 16c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 20 oz. can Il4c Sliced Yellow Cling PEACHES, lb. can 12c FRUITS FOR SALADS, lb. cans 12c APRICOTS, can _12c LIBBY'S SPINACH, 1 Ib.-2 oz. can 12c WHOLE KERNEL CORN, 1 Ib.-4 oz. can 12c Fancy Whole Stringless WAX BEANS, 1 Ib.- 4 oz. can _ 12c ROAST BEEF, 12 oz. can 17c KADOTA FIGS, 8 oz. can ...lOc KING OSCAR SARDINES, 2 cans 25c SPICED HERRING, lunch cut, 1 qt : _..24c PREMIER COFFEE, 1 lb. can 25c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ORANGES, Sunkist, juicy, dozen 19c Florida SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT, 7 for 25c LEMONS, dozen 30c Roman Beauty COOKING and EATING APPLES, 6 Ibs. 25c POTATOES, large size, peck 19c FELT'S FRESH MEATS LIVER, lb 6c PORK SAUSAGE, lb.... lOe PORK 'STEAK. !b lOc YOUNG CHICKENS, lb. 12o BUTTER, It 21c With Each ?1 Order Mixed CHRISTMAS CANDY, 2 Ibs PEANUT BRITTLE, lb BUNTE FILLED CANDY, lb 25c lOc 15c National Fruit Co. 101 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 824 FREE DELIVERY Specials for Friday and Saturday rtatocs $1.45 Idaho Apples -- Jonathans Medium size, £ -1 1 Q bnaket «pl.lil Rome Beauties, Fancy, basket.. $1.25 Oranges, Sweet and Juicy, good sl/.e, dozen.. 19c Cranberries, Fancy, % quarts. 19c Pecan or Walnut Meats, Fresh, Fancy, lb Sugar, Mason City, 10-lb. bag 49c Coffee, Monarch nn Brand, S Ibs 0"C Fresh Marfihmallows, 2 pounds 25c Monarch Gelatine Dessert, 5 pkgs... 25c Monarch Peas, Sxvect or ·» r Early June, No. Z can.. 1J C Soap, P. and G., 10 bare 25c Camay or Kirk's Castile, 5 bars... 25c Chips 0, large package* 15c Idaho (Eussett) Potatoes Feck 25o; Bu. 95c; 100-lb. sack Onions, Red Globe, 10 pounds 19c Grapefruit -- Texas Seedless Largo Size, 5 lor 25c; Med. size, 7 for 25c Pecans, Mammoth size, Paper Shell, lb 29c Craclters -- National Biscuit Grahams or Sodas, 2-pound box Butter, Fresh Creamery, lb. . ......... Folgers' Coffee, («Q Pound Sic; 2-lb. can... D"C Spaghetti or Macaroni, 5 packages 25c Silk Tissue Paper, 3 rolls 25c Monareh Stringless Beans Green or Wax, -t f 15c No. 2 can. Soap, Blue Barrel, 6 large bars 23c COOL SPRING TOMATOES, TOMATO JUICE or CORN large cans SAME PRICES AT THE UNITED FRUIT CO. 33 EAST STATE ST. PHONE 749 FREE DELIVERY MANLY PAIR WINS CAKE AT ANNUAL SENEGALESE HOP Pantomimed Courtship Gets Vote of Judges and Large Crowd. A cleverly pantomimed courtship executed in near perfect rhythm to the music of Jerry Hayes and his 10 piece band took the cake for Cecil Douglas and Mabel Brown who composed couple No. ,9 in the Senegalese grand prize international cake walk at the armory Wednes- ay evening. The winning couple, which will old the championship until the ext annual contest, is from Manly and was one of 12 couples who trutted their stuff before a capa- ity crowd. The Manly pair survived a ser- es of eliminations and was finally acclaimed the winner by the ap- lause of the audience. Competition Close. Competition was close among the ast three couples which survived .he eliminations by the judges and .he applause of the audience, but Robert Williams and Mabel Bates vere chosen as second best anc viaynard Ewlng and his sister Lucille placed third. ·» Although they were not entered n the contest, Ewe and Kipi, 7 year old cake walkers, received as much applause as their elders, and Walter Davis, who is perennially 75 years of age was also given a big hand vhen he led the grand promenade at the opening of the contest anc ater stepped out and performed nn ndividual dance and delivered a 'ew philosophical remarks in Wil Rogers style. Acted as Judges. Judges were Willis G. C. Bagley, C. O. Wilkinson, Mayor J. T. Laird, Councilman J. J. Burns and W. Earl lall who acted as spokesman for he group. Roy B. Johnson, com- nander of Clausen-Worden post of he American Legion, was the maser of ceremonies. Tlie Senegalese Legion drum and ugle corps, sponsors of the cake calk contest, opened the program ·ith a well executed drill which ·as followed by feature numbers by erry Hays' band. Mary Gilbert then resented a tap dance, after which 10 cake walkers went into action. At the termination of the contest yler Stewart gave a short talk .ating his appreciation of the peo- le'g attendance and interest in the ffair, and invited everyone to ance until 12 o'clock. *oo£ of Y.W. Annex Catches Fire From Spark From Chimney A roof fire at the Y. W. C. A. nnex, 219 West State street, was arrowly avoided Wednesday eve- ing shortly after 7:30 o'clock hen Officer James Buchanan f the police department noticed moke there and turned In an ilarm. Firemen answered the call nd found that a spark from the hlrnney had started a small fire nd that a small part of the roof was burned. The fire was quickly xtinguished. ack Otto Is Bound to Grand Jury on Charge of Being Common Thief Jack Otto, Mason City, w s'bound o the grand jury on a charge of being a common thief by John C. Ship- ey, police judge, Wednesday. Otto 90 LOANS MADE IN CERRO GORDO 35 Certificates Filed in Recorder's Office Here Wednesday. Corn loana are being made with ncreasing repidity in Cerro Gordo county, according to records in thi office of Nelle Huntley, county re cordcr. Records of warehouse certi 'icates for ,35 borrowers were filec .n the office Wednesday. Thus fa HI certificates have teen filed fo a total of SO borrowers. las been arrested several times on charges of larceny. His bond was 'ixed at $300 and he was lodged in .he county jail when he could not furnish it. here's Joyful News For Rheumatic Sufferers Sn-lftly and Safely Uric Acid Starts to Go--in 24 Hours Killing the pain of neuritis, sciatica and rheumatism with dope loesn't end your agony--you've got :o get the excess uric acid out of your joints and muscles. Thousands joyfully praise AL- NRU because they know by experience that when taken as directed the pain--the agony of rheumatism, backache, sciatica and neuritis leaves the body in 48 hours-no matter liow stubborn and per- Tistent. Michael Drug Co., Huxtable Drug Co., and leading druggists everywhere know that AL- L.ENRU is so swiftly effective that one bottle is guaranteed to do exactly aa stated or money back *£*^. and the price is but Sac. The sentimental sobbers have overlooked a bet. They have not yet organized a Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Clay Pigeons.-Davenport Times. Kroptnan Grocery 19 Ninth St. N. E. We Deliver HOME OWNED STORE OF QUALITY FOODS Specials for Friday and Saturday BROOKFIELD BUTTER, 1 lb 21c SUGAR, 10 Ibs 47c POTATOES, nice and fresh, peck 23c DOG FOOD, 3 cans 29c RAISINS, 3 Ibs 25c PRUNES, 3 Ibs 25c BROWN SUGAR, 4 Ibs :25c POWDERED SUGAR, 4 Ibs. 25c WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF MATERIALS FOtt FfiUIT CAKES . . . COME IX Heinz Date or Plum PUDDING, Ige. can 29c COCOANUT, fresh, 1 lb 23c POPCORN, 5 Ibs - 23c SQUASH, per lb 2c FRESH BULK COFFEE, lb 27c California NAVEL ORANGES, dozen 33c California NAVEL ORANGES, med. size, doz. 23c Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, 6 for : 25c JONATHAN APPLES, very good, 6 Ibs 25c CELERY, large white stalk, each lOc Complete Line of Fruits and Vegetables DATES, fine quality, 2 Ibs 23c MR. FARMER: BRING TJS YOUR EGGS, WE PAY 23c IN TRADE AND 75c A BUSHEL FOR POTATOES IN TKADE. Trade at Kropman's, We Need the Money and Will Give 5% Discount for Gush. J.HAT there is a certain individual characteristic flavor and goodness In ruby red fresh cranberries. You too willsmack your lips when you try ibis Cranberry Orange Belish 1 pound Ealmor Cranberries-2 cups sugar--1 to 114 orangos. Pul cranberries through men! grinder. Para oranga with nharp ' Jtnifo, remove coeds, trim oH v/hilo membrano (leaving the pulp axposad on tho surfaco). Put rind and pulp through grindor, mix with sugar and berries. Let set a lew hours de- late serving. Far future uso pour in glasses, cover with paraffin. When you try this rellih you will want to know rtio 43 orhar ways to serve cranberries. Just lend your name and address to UB for free «opy. Sand Your nam« to Depl. N AMERICAN CRANBERRY EXCHANGE 90 Woal Broadway . . . New York . Gr anb erri es . . * . ttntl plenty of JO" to help develop sturdy bones, straight tegs, and strong teeth r OTHERS I Are you as careful in the selection of bread as you arc with other foods? Some mothers think thai all good bread is pretty much alike. They're ivTong!--for n revolutionary step in bread-making makes our "VITAMIN D" BREAD decidedly different from all other breads in this community. ONLY OUR "VITAMIN D" BREAD contains the natural boiic- developing, teeth - developing "Vitamin D", extracted directly from cod liver oil by the Zucker- Columbia process. "We are the exclusive licensee of this process 111 this territory. Medical authorities say that "Vitamin D" is lacking in ordinary everyday foods. Yetgro-H'ing youngsters cannot develop properly without it. That's why it ia especially important for children to have plenty of "VITAMIN D" BREAD. Every loaf contains the natural "Vitamin D" equivalent of two tcaspoonfuls of standard cod liver oil--the tasteless, odorless, vital element without the oil ilsclf. Try n loaf of "VITAMIN D" BREAD today. It's n delicious health food--a daily source of "Vitamin D", so essential to your children's sturdy and rugged development. On sale everywhere. "NATURES OWNS "Vitamin D" Bread PFAFF BAKING CO. £ Copr. 1033 Nofl OU ProJ. Co.

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