Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 21, 1933 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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DECEMBER 2l 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEtN ; , MASON PREFERS HIS PRESENT JOB Would Rather Not Become Head of Omaha Farm Credit Setup. ,' WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. ;P--J. ;H. Mason of Des Molnes, Indicated .today he would remain acting- cWef of the farm administration's dairy section rather than accept his tentatively approved appointment as president of the bank of co-operatives In the DSW farm credit setup at Omaha. - "I've got one job," Mason said · when informed he was designated in ' the farm credit administration's tentative list of ofricera for the 'Towa, Nebraska, South Dakota and '.Wyoming district. Asked whether he would accept the bank post if it were offered him, the lowan said good-naturedly "I'm having a pretty good time here." Politics Not Noted. Meanwhile it was concluded In some quarters that the FCA prepared its slate of major officials without much regard for pressure brought by democratic chiefs of the ;four states. Although Senators .Thompson (D. Nebr.) and Bulow ·(D.. s. Dak.) were.known to be seeking changes In the tentative ;iist, some well-informed observers said the slate probably would stand without revision except in the bank for co-operatives presidency Arthur F. Mullen, Nebraska's democratic national commiteenian, said on his return from Omaha he liad indorsed L. Oscar Challman, of Wyoming for general agent of the 'organization and Y. B. Huffman, 'of Nebraska, for a post in the production credit corporation. Challman was designated as general agent in the slate and Huffman was listed as treasurer of the Production Credit corporation. McCumsey Not Candidate. Mullen said Charles McCumsey, designated for president of the Production Credit' corporation and credited to Nebraska, had not been his candidate. Th fact that Senator Thompson also disclaimed knowledge of McCumsey, who had served previously with that agency. substantiated contentions that the farm credit administration was not guided by party dictation in preparing" its Jist. S e n a t o r-Designate O'Mahoney (D., Wyo.) declined to comment on the list, except to repeat that Challman was his choice for general agent. Senator Norris (R., Nebr) said Huffman was the only man in ·whose appointment he was personally concerned, adding his hope Nebraska would receive its share of major offices, Norris said the competence of appointees was more important than their geographical background. Herbert Hoover to Be Santa Claus for His Grandchildren STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Dec. 21. (.-T)--Former President Herbert Hoover will be Santa Claus for his grandchildren this Christmas. It will be the Hoovers' first "home" Christmas in seven years-the first, also in a long time that the demands of formality will not cast a chill over the merrymaking. Little Peggy Ann, 7 years old; Peter, 6, and Joan, 5Ys, children of air. and Mrs. Herbert Hoover, Jr., are expected with their parents tomorrow from their southern California home. How to make us spend more? Print the names of those who do. There's nothing Americans won't do for publicity.--Lincoln Star. HUGH JOHNSON TO SPLIT UP DUTIES Three Principal Aides to Take Much of Work of NRA Chief. WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. (.71-Hugh S. Johnson shortly will divide many of hia administrative duties among three principal aides. Despite constant overtime put in by the chief men, the administration of nearly 170 industrial codes and completion of twice that many more is overtaxing the present machinery, and allowing demands for decisions to pile up at an excessive rate. To .lohnsoii is brought every problem that defies solution at the hands of deputies and division administrators. Therefore, in spite of a staff of 1,500 with two score administrative officers, the big questions lire lined up in single file at his door. To end this, he will turn over 'trouble-shooting" assignments and virtually all long: negotiations to Robert W. Lea, assistant for indus- ry, Edward F. McGrady, assistant for labor, and Alvin Brown, executive officer of NRA. Johnson will be free to mup out ong time policy, act on emergency questions and generally supervise the administration more closely. DEMAND "DAIRY MAID" PRODUCTS Butter, Milk, Cream, Whip Cream and Cottage Cheese PHONE 686 WILLSON GROCERIES AND MEATS 405 THIRD ST. N. E. PHONE 241 Everything for your Christmas Dinner Order Your Poultry Now Turkeys Geese Ducks Chickens PHONE.241 WE DELIVER Grocery Specials For Your Christinas Table CHRISTMAS MIXED NUTS, per pound PEANUTS, Fresh Roasted, per pound Sc PECAN NUT MEATS, per Ib. ALMONDS, pound ................ 15 CHRISTMAS CANDY Per pound Better. Grades Priced Accordingly GINGER ALE, -f /- c large bottle JLtF PINEAPPLE, large 2 l / z can -f Q J.«f COCOA, 3 Ibs _.. 25 COFFEE Folgers, Nash, Butternut, Chocolate O -f r Cream, Ib. OJ. ENGLISH WALNUTS, Ib. 15 PECANS, large size .: 19' CITRON, ORANGE LEMON PEEL, 4 |\ c package A.U Dessert JELL, all flavors, 6 OLIVES, quart size .25' STORAGE EGGS, our own pack, ·· M^ dozen 2 Dozen--25c FRESH EGGS, dozen 17 BUTTER, with order, Ib 16 Vanilla Flavoring, large bottle 15c Lemon Flavoring, large bottle 15c BEER, 24 bottles DATES, 2 Ibs 15 PEAS, No. 2 can 10 ORANGES, -1 Q c nice and juicy M.«/ DILL PICKLES, qt. 15 CHRISTMAS TREES A Large Assortment to Choose From. GREEN TEA in bulk, Ib 19 GROUND GINGER, Ib 19' 7 PIECE WATER SET A nice Christmas gift A Large Variety of FRUITS and VEGETABLES for Your Christmas Table at MONEY SAVING PRICES Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens, Geese Fresh from the Farm. Get Our Prices Before Buying. MERRY CHRISTMAS! Sam Raizes and the entire personnel of the Sam Raizes Department Store join in wishing their many customers and friends the very Merriest Christmas! Kiddies! Santa Claus will be in our store Saturday at 9 a. m. and will distribute candy to the children Plan to shop in every Department where special Bargains have been arranged. An ideal time to buy Christmas Gifts! SAM RAIZES 215 S. Federal Ave. DEPARTMENT STORE Phone 434-435 EVIA Meat Market Phone 581 508 6th St. S. W. We Deliver BUHER.ib.18c DUCKS . M1c GEESE . ib.10c CHICKENS Ib12c MALT Blue Klbhon, can 50c NICE YOUNG TURKEYS ALL KINDS OF FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, NUTS AND CANDY SHAH'-HACKLEY BELMOND, Dec. 21.--The marriage of Miss Zelda Hachlcy, youngest daughter of Mrs. B. F. Hackley of Rowan, to Oscar Shaw of this place took place at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage at Clarion, the Rev. Mr. Winterstein officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Anderson of Rowan attended the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw will reside in Belmond. CARL GRUPP'S MEATS AMD GROCERIES PHONE 420 LET T!S SUPPLY VOUB FOOD WANTS 1339 N. FEDERAL TURKEYS, pound 16c-18c CHICKENS, Farm Fed, pound... 13c GEESE, Young, Pound lOc DUCKS, Young, Pound 13c /~\VO r rrr "DO MARYLAND'S oc \J I vJ 1 H/JXO FINEST, Tint £OC BUTTER, Corn Country, pound 20c APPLES, Fancy Delicious, Doz. 25c . 12'/ 2 c .... 15c lOc PORK ROAST, Shoulder Cut, ]b. . . . MIXED NUTS, -I rji / Pound l l 72C LETTUCE, i j- 2 Heads i D C POT ROAST, Best Cuts, Ib. WALNUTS, II) CELERY, Bunch . . . . . . . MAY WE SUGGEST SOME IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS! ONE OF DECKER'S GIFT BOXES OR A NICE, VLUMP, IOWA FARM TURKEY ywvwwwwwuv 1 own FLOUR VWWVWtfW ner 5 Ib.Bag Z9c 49 Ibs. $2.29 Folger's Coffee IB. 530 FOR HEALTHY GROWTH Children, lake Trees, IVeed Proper Nutrition T, HE tiny sapling will grow into a. mighty tree, if it is properly nourished. So, too, with children. Their little bodies need fresh air, sunshine and wholesome food. Not elaborate dishes--hut the simple, "forciul and butter" foods--especially foods that arc plentiful in vitamin*. Fnrliculnrly essential is "Vitamin D"--the rickets-preventing vitamin. The Health Commissioner of Chicago has stated, "Vitamin D is needed by tho body in order to ahsorb lime and phosphorus from food, to use this lime and phosphorus for building strong bones and teeth . . . How all-important, then, is V i t n m i n D!" Because "Vitamin. D" is almost . entirely lacking in everyday foods, medical authorities stress the importance of cod liver oil--Nature's richest storehouse of "Vitamin D". To supply children and adults with a daily and pleasant source of this vitamin, we arc now incorporating in our "VITAMIN D" BREAD the natural "Vitamin D", 1 extracted directly front pure cod liver oil by Jhc Zuckcr-Columbia patented process. Every loaf of "VITAMIN D M BREAD contains the "Vitamin D" equivalent of two teaspoonfiils ol" standard cod liver oil. [It tastes tho same as our regular bread. Toasting or cooking will not diminish its "Vitamin D" content. When you buy bread today, order "VITAMIN D" BREAD. 'VITAMIN D" BREAD PFFAF BAKING CO. Winner e e l won first prize on bread at the County Fair this year-and feel that Occident Flour played a large part in helping me win. Several times I have tried other flour, tempted by a cheaper price, but I always come back to Occident," Mrg. A, C., BUT t, lows f'Cost* More--Worth III", Give an A P Food Basket this year! Buy your Christmas Tree at A P and save FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER MILD AMERICAN CHEESE Rajah Salad Dressing 51TM 2 for 25 Ann Page Jelly . c , B o£i, 8 oz. jars 10 Sultana Queen Olives qt. jar 29 Encore Stuffed Olives 6 oz. jar lona String Beans, No. 2 can 3 for 25 Iced Fruited Ovals KS£ Ib. 19 Animal Crackers 3 pkgs. Hydirox Beverages i^uS",^. z V,'ir 10 Mixed Nuts, all new crop Ib. 19 Mixed Candy ''"Su,*TM" Ib. 10 IS GROUND BEFORE YOUR IY1S Ftcally fresh coffee is groniul frchli I" tho store when you buy H--that's so mnny prefer tfio A. P. Coffees. EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE JROKAR Mlltf and Mellow Rich, Full-Uodkd Vlgorius, Wlncj'| Lb. 19c Lb. 21 c u,.25c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ORANGES S£ . . dozen 25c, 39c, 49c CRANBERRIES ot; . . . 2 pounds 25c CELERY SS3G 2 for 23c HEAD LETTUCE ESS 2 for 17c Fine Quality Holiday Poultry^ DUCKS POUND 10 GEESE POUND 10 BEEF ROAST POUND 9 SMALL 4 ft HAMS I yc POUND SWISS STEAK POUND 13 Chickens POUND 13 Turkey 1 T POUND . . . S 9 2 * a PORK ROAST POUND PURE LARD C VOIJNDS 27 CREAM CHEESE POUND THE GREAT ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEH CO. Middle v.«,omO,,

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