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February 20, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE tfASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 20 pal 1936 CUT RATE GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY We lead in Price, We win with Quality. mummmmmmt^mmt Same Prices at Both Stores 30 EAST STATE PHONES 112-113 512 FIRST ST..S. W. PHONE 114 Prices Below Good for Friday, Saturday, Monday Brown Sugar, 5 Ibs. 25c BROOMS, Reculnr 00. 48c onc« t*J\i NUT MEATS, Ib. 36c Olemargarine, Ib 23c Raisins, pkg 10° Dried Split Peas, 2 Ibs. ... 25c Salad Dressing, full pints .. lUe Mac. or Spaghetti, 3 Ibs. .. 26c Vanilla. 8 oz. bottle I TABLE SALT, ift 15c loe Klpe Olives, 2 cans .. 25c Yellow Pop Corn, per Ib. .. lOc I5o Salmon. 2 tall cans .. 25o Mackerel, Ib. can Me Tuna Fish, can 15c .Shrimp, per can 15c Bed Salmon, per can .... lOo Red Salmon, 1 Ib. can 35c Marshmallows, Ib. 15c Covo, 2 Ibs S5c Mop SticKS, good ones ... lOc Toilet Paper, 4, 5, 6, 7 rolls 25c Union Leader Tob.. Ige. can 6Sc Catsup, large bottle 10o Tapioca, minute, 2 Ibs .... 2So Tapioca, Pearl, 2 Ibs. 23c Big 4 Soap, 10 bars 25c Karo Syrup, *? 48c Oranges Honey, full cakes 21c /ancy Green Tea, Ib. 25c 'anr.y Black Tea. !b 35c FLOUR Oma Flour, 49 Ibs., $1.69 Tru Bin, 49 Ibs. $1.95 Sunbeam Flour, 49 Ibs. . $1.89 White Floor, 5 Ib. sack ... 28c Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs 28c Graham, 5 Ib. sack 28c Whole Wheat, 10 Ib. sack.. 4go Corn Meal, 5 Ib, sack 19c irnshed Wheat, 5 Ib. sack 29c DeGraw's Buckwheat, 5 Ibs. 25c DeGraw's Buckwh't, 10 Ibs. 45e MATCHES, 6 laree boxes LEMONS, Large dozen 29c COFFEE, Cbase and Sanborn, Ib. Olive§, tall jars VX Olives, quarts 25o Sweet Pickles, quarts .... 25c Dill Pickles, quarts 15c Peanut Butter, jar lOc, 15c, 25e Prunes, 2 and 3 Ibs. 25c Apricots, quart cans loc Dried Apricots, per Ib. ... 19c Crystal White Soap, 5 Bars 18c Prince Albert, 1 Ib" can ... 6oc Egg Noodles, bag loc Lima Beans, 3 Ibs 25c Brooms, good ones, SSe, 49c, 59c ?ineapple. 3 cans 25e Grapefruit, Sties 5, 6 and 7 for Mixed-Nats BAT MORE VEGETABLES Peas, 5 cans ............ 25c lOe Corn, Peas, 3 cans 25c Sweet Potatoes, quart cans loc lOo Pumpkin, 3 cans 25c Head Lettuce So and lOc Celery, large 15c Green Beans, S cans 25c Onions, 1 Ibs. 25c AsoaragnB, ISc; 2 cans ... 35c Canadian Strtabagas, 8 Ibs. Me Tomato Juice, 3 cans 25e Baked Beans, 5 cans 23c Baked Beans, 3 giant cans 25c Milk Hominy, can 14c Tomatoes, qt. cans, per can 15c Carrots or Spaghetti, 5 cans 25c Cat Beets, quart cans .... Eomato Soap, 5 cans .,«..25c lac Spinach, 2 cans ...... 2Sc Carrots, 8 Ibs. lOe Ubby's Fancy Beets, can .. IPc 'Jma Beans, large cans .. lOc Spaghetti, large cans .... lOc Sauer Kraut, quarts, 8 fop 25c Hominy, quart cans lOo Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, can lOc 5c Corn, Peas, 2 nans .. 25c Imnho Peas, delicious 18o PER LB. C A N . . 2 LB. C A N . . li(P !·;. State St. I'honcs 112-11! ,··12 First SI. s. w. Phone 114 Cut Rate Grocery Blow for Blow. ' Senator Borah is leading with his left. But it looks as if republican conservatives might floor him with a smashing right.--Wichita Eagle. Republicans applaud the supreme court decision weakening the power of the federal government. You might almost think they do not expect to run the thing any more.-Howard Brubaker In The New Yorker. CHEESE MARKET WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 24 First S. E. Mason City At the Factory, Clear Lake FRESH CHURNED BUTTER With or Without Salt STRICTLY FRESH EGGS DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CHEESE IMPORTED CANNED FISH in wide variety . . . and other delicacies Foxes Shot at Alexander These Alexander sportsmen and their bag of red foxes, shot with rifles within 4 miles of Alexander in a week's time, are shown above. Hunters, from left to right, are Gteorge Kaduce, L. C. Peters, Frank Bohlcn, Harvey Seals, D. S. Patton and Fred Suntken. (Cut Courtesy Hampton Chronicle) Son, 65, Missing 15 Years. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UP)--"I just didn't write to anybody," was the explanation of Edward J. Clark, 55, when he reappeared at his mother's home after a 15 year absence. United Fruit Co. 33 East State Street PHONE 749 FREE DELIVERY Fresh Vegetables, Green Beans, Peas, Broccoli, Mustard Greens, Carrots, Beets, Sprouts, Spinach, Endives, Parsley, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Head Lettuce, Celery Hearts, Cauliflower, Young Onions, Radishes, Red Cabbage, New Cabbage, Celery Cabbage, Fresh Strawberries, Fresh Rhubard, Avocadoes. BANANAS, 4 Ibs APPLES, Fancy Winesaps, Vz box GRAPEFRUIT, Seedless, good size, 6 for WALNUT MEATS, JQ Juicy ORANGES, 2 doz APPLES, Rome Beauties, or Winesaps, 5 Ibs. ; Fresh CARROTS or PARSNIPS, 6 Ibs .......... .. PECAN MEATS, Ib 39c MONARCH FINER FOODS Monarch Canned Vegetables, Peas, Small Early June OP Telephone, Golden Bantam Corn, Country Gentleman, Stringless Beans, Wax or Green, Salad 1 f Vegetables, Spinach, Tomatoes, all No. 2 size cans J.3C Diced Beets, Red Kidney Beans, Diced Carrots, 1 A Sauer Kraut. No. 2 size cans J.UC Monarch COFFEE, drip or regular, OQ pound fci«/i. Monarch BABY FOOD, (3% oz.) OC 3 for fci«J*- Monarch JUMBO SHRIMP Monarch KETCHUP, 14 oz. bottle Monarch BLACK TEA, '/ 4 Ib. 18c; i/ z Ib Monarch PICKLES, genuine Dills, -t£ 26 oz. can 1«JL Yacht Club TUNA .... 15c Monarch SEA FOOD SAUCE, or CHILI SAUCE, 14 oz FOLGER'S OR HILL'S COFFEE, Ib. 29c; 2 !b. can 56c Canned Vegetables, Tomatoes, Peas, Tomato Juice, OP G. Bantam Corn, Green Beans. No. 2 size cans, 3 forwvC TABLE SALT, 2 Ib. box 5c SOAP FLAKES, 2«/ 2 Ib. box PANCAKE FLOUR, 3'/ 2 Ib l £ . sk. IOC FLOUR, Gold Medal, 49 Ib. bag SAL SODA, 2'/ 2 Ib. box . 6c PELS NAPTHA SOAP, 6 bars .. 28c SILK TISSUE PAPER (1000 sheets) 6 rolls ' FLOUR, Occident, 49 Ib. MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME BAKED BREAD Also Pies, Cakes, Tea Biscuits. Pecan Rolls, Cinnamon Rolls, Coffee Cakes, Cup Cakes, Chocolate Rocks, Brownies, Doughnuts, Nut Bread, Date Bread, Date Nut Cookies, Sugar Cookies, Chocolate Cookies, Fresh Daily. 10) South Federal Ave. PHONE S24 FREE DELIVERY To Direct Sales Of Interest to Mason City grocery circles is the announcement 3. V. Martin, divisional manager of the Climalene company, will direct that company's 1936 sales expansion activities In this area. A well-known figure in local grocery circles, Mr. Martin will visit ivholesale and retail units, as well as supervise activities of a sales crew working in the Mason City market during 1936. The Climalene company expansion program calls for the largest newspaper advertising campaign in its history, in which the Mason City Globe-Gazette will take an important part ARGUE CHANGE IN CHIEF OF POLICE Supreme Court Hears Debate on Whether Iowa City Was Wide Open. DES MOINES, (J) --Attorneys Thursday argued before the Iowa supreme court whether Iowa City, site of the University of Iowa, was a "wide open town" before the appointment of a new police chief. The argument was in the city's appeal from a district court decision ordering reinstatement of W. H. Bender as chief of police. Mayor Thomas E. Martin appointed C. O. Paine to the office when he became mayor April 1, 1935.' D. C. Nolan, who argued for the city, declared that "things were not as they should have been, and that gambling devices were running rampant throughout the city before the change was made." Will J. Hayek, who argued for Bender, declared before the supreme court that there was nothing in the lower court record of the case to show lax law enforcement during Bender's, regime. At one point in the argument, Justice W. H. Hamilton said to Hayek: "It was notorious in the newspapers that there was trouble at Iowa City in enforcing the law. If there was a wide open town, would not the mayor have had discretionary power in making a change?" Bender protested the appointment of Paine, claiming he was entitled to the position under th'e soldiers' preference law. After the district court ordered his reinstatement, May 4, 1935, the city pealed and Paine remained in office pending the outcome of the supreme court case. The court took its decision under advisement, and an opinion customarily is not to be handed down for several weeks. IOWA PLAN SENT TO WASHINGTON Commission Proposes Way to Strengthen Small Businessman. DES MOINES, UP)--The greater Iowa commission Thursday proposed a national plan it said is calculated "to re-establish the small businessman on a firm financial footing and to definitely, permanently relieve unemployment." Chairman Otto S. Muntz announced that t£e commission, a branch of the state government, had sent, its proposal to Secretary of Commerce Roper and to a number of national civic and business leaders. It follows a farm program announced two weeks ago. In its new plan for "permanent unemployment relief" the commission proposed that an existing department of the government purchase special preferred stock on the application of small' businessmen, buying as much as $500 worth for each new employe the applicant agrees to hire for not less than a year. Pass on Applications. A national commission, appointed by the department of commerce, and state and local commissions would handle details of the.program. The local commission would pass on applications for assistance, certifying that the applicant is in good standing in his community. Retirement of the special preferred stock would be insured by con T Lutheran Friendship Society Has Meeting The St. James Lutheran Friendship society met Wednesday evening in the church parlors with August Buhr, chairman, presiding. The pro. gram consisted of the following numbers: "George Washington," poem, Oswald David Mall: "Washington at Worship," Harvey Kinney: two accordion numbers, "A Perfect Day" and "Sunset," Florence Rohr; two violin selections, "Ave Maria," Schubert; "Czardas" by Morti, played by Evelyn Cheesman, accompanied by her mother; "The Death of Luther" by the Rev. Mall. Mr. and Mrs. Max Rohde and Mr. and Mrs.. C. W. Reichardt served the lunch. The clarion call of this ycai 's democratic convention won't be "Happy Days Are Here Again." The theme song will probably be: "Hmmmm, Would You Like to Take a Walkr'--Sprlngflcld. Dntoa, His Unit at Cecil This is a recent portrait of Major Bowes who has made it possible for amateur entertainers to appear on the stage of theaters located in all parts of the United States. Unit No. 9 of the major's amateurs will be presented Saturday and Sunday at the Cecil theater. Four shows are to be given each day, and a special late performance, starting at 11 p. m., will also be presented Saturday. tract which would have among ita provisions that while the preferred stock is outstanding, no dividends shall be paid to holders of other types of stock and that salaries of DONT Gamble With Death! Use WEED Tire Chains See advertisement on Page 7, this Issue. SIEG-MASON CITY CO, WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR 109-111 First Street S. E. Phone 74 Mason City the management shall not be increased. Has Been Weakened, "We v have been told again and again that governmental spending would prime the pump of business," said the letter to Secretary Roper, "but small business has been so weakened by a prolonged economic depression that the priming has not started the pump. "Here, then, is a plan, with a two fold objective: To re-establish the email businessman on a firm financial footing; and to definitely, permanently relieve unemployment. "The plan for unemployment relief is distinguished from all other plans by the fact that it provides employment in direct ratio to the amounts of money advanced; and that it is self-maintaining after it is once established. It is aJao uniqu* in that little or no government spending is involved." The Nizam of Hyderabad ordered 10,000 sheep slaughtered for a luncheon he was throwing. It seems a lot of lamb for one chicken salad. --Detroit News. if a! \vl WASH OISHESA] NEW WAY Grent into Soro-then ym dSuL HMmlew-fast-MWS tin* tad UK onenxwrifol to p»a ^f^i^ nckue only 15 cott. AtaB«roc«n- LAZYMAN'S CLEANER ' FREE FREE 1 FEDERAL PACKING CO. Phone 746 We Deliver?! Order* 213 N. Fed. Ave. " QUALITY MEATS OUR MEAT GOVERNMENT INSPECTED Sirloin STEAK, Good, Ib. 18c Pork SHOULDER, Ib... ISc 5-Lb. Box BACON ENDS... Fresh PIKE, Ib. I6c Fancy LUTEFISK, !b.... lOc Beef ROAST, Good, Ib End Cut PORK CHOPS, Ib. Fresh SIDE PORK, Ib... Fresh HERRING, Ib.... Filler of HADDOCK, Ib... 18C IOC Keg of SALT HERRING, Milker's . .$1.25 G L O O M Y D I S H E S G L E A M A G A I N ! a T'S strange, but true, that you can get two different results from the same soap. Use it alone and you get dishwater gloom. Sprinkle in a teaspoon or two of CLIMALENE and ehinaware and glasses sparkle like jewels. All the pristine purity of original surfaces is called back to life again by Climalene. It softens hard water. Cuts through, expels every trace of grime and grease. And if doesn't fade the color schemes off china... it rather renews their brilliancy and beauty... and it does it with half the soap and in less than half the time of soap alonei Use CLIMALENE for the most delicate tasks or for the roughest chores... for whiter washes and softer, richer colors... in fact, for anything from your finest linens to the linoleum on the kitchen floor. Get Climalene from your grocer today, and you'll be glad tomorrow. He has it in two sizes, the introductory 12 ounce size for lOc, the 2 pound giant package for 25c. The Climalene Co., Canton, Ohio. lOe new buys Bowlone--makes closet bowls sparkling white instantly. JUST SPRINKLE IN SiSl I

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