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December 21, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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DECEMBER 21 l*q 1933 Basketball Tluycrs Gather. MANLY Ten members o£ the high school girls' basketball team entertained 10 members of the boys' basketball team at a dinner in the home economics rooms of the school last night. Miss Margaret Lynge, coach of the girls' team, and Coach and Mrs. Dave J. Cook were sponsors. Everything for Your . . . CHRISTMAS DINNER Just Call Us We Have It for You Garfin Grocery Phono 628 ·123 Third St. N. E. Funeral of Haberkom to Be Held in Orchard OSAGB, Dec. 21.--Henry II. Haberkorn, living near Mclutire died late Tuesday afternoon. He was a brother of Lewis Hauerkorn of Osage, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haberkorn. He was born Sept. 15, 1876 in Illinois. Services, conducted by the Rev. Bodenham of Riceville, will be held at Orchard church, at 2 o'cock Friday afternoon and burial at Orchard. 18 Added to CWA Koll. ALLISON, Dec. 21.--Eighteen men were added to the CV/A working force here, commencing work Monday. Three hundred seventy- eight Butler men are now on the CWA payroll. fRFF -».-- -^rwppww^p^^ fcchrffin* YOUR CHOICE OF THESE LARGE TOY RUBBER ANIMALS with each 12-ounce can of RUMFORD B A K I N G --for POWDER ^ RITE-WAY FOQE) StORJS MASON ci'ty DIVISION Special Values for FRIDAY SAT., Dec. 22 23 Peanut Brittle . L 25c Fresh, fine quality. Mixed Candy . . u, 15c Brilliant hard mixed. Mixed Candy . . ^ 15c Mixed Nuts ., . i*. 23c Brazils, almonds, filberts, etc. Walnuts . . . . i* 23c Animals are approximately 18 inches long by 12 inches high...large, substantial toys. Have sold For as much as 25c each at toy stores. Gholce of Scottie Dog, Horse or Giraffe. Gelatin Dessert.. 4^, 17c Jack Sprat. 12 pure fruit flavors. Jack Sprat--fancy unpittcd Persian. Pumpkin -; 2 '-13c Jack Sprat. Natural-Flavor. Mince Meat . . . 2 P ,,,, 19c Jack Sprat Condensed. 9 ounce packages. Cake Flour . . . .g* 23c Jack Sprat. Guaranteed for your finest cakes No. 1 California. Evaporated Milk . 3o ans 17c Jack Sprat Pure. Tall cans. Extracts ^ 19c Jack Sprat Pure Vanilla, Lemon ·***«. 'y^ty**--*~3t*t^iE. -gftti, ffe^toosCose fe-2- jsc ^-- I'OWDEKt'O Specially Packed f.:x Contain* I No. 1 can Golden Bantam Corn; I No. I c«n Tomato Soup; \-\TA 01. can Tomato Juice; I No. 2 can Pumpkin; t package Pumpkin Pie Spice; 2 packages Gelatin Dessert; I package Chocolate Pudding; l-l Ib. (in Chocolate Cream Coffee. A PRACTICAL USEFUL GIFT FOR FRIENDS · i-S*V · f.V?«.- MARASCHINO Sugar . . .££: 19c Jack Spr^t. coloring mbicta In uauli rUf. Chocolate..^" 15c Jnck Kjirat Premium DaMny Peaches . .^ 2)i 19c Oack Sprat. Fancy larec YcHtnv Clings Pears . . . cNa r*23c Jack Sprat Bartlrtts. I_ 1r go halves Pineapple. L° t can 10c Jack Sprat Hawaiian. Sliced or crusher] ChcrrieS . 2 ia' S3CZ ' 9C A " d t h C Fi " al Tollch For a Perfec t Dinner . . . Jack Sprat-rc,l fi^RB^^'^ll f^ 4^ B? f "E 8 "E* D * ' 2 IT ^W^W^WJL^ ^^^F f K JBlJCtf KaiSinS . .pk'r!' 1/C CHOCOLATE CREAM ^ -- Mayflo«-er--finest Tlmmpson's 5 eelless f*ff\ BU 1 Hi 1 BL* f * lb ' 'JL. · *» STUFFED ***^JP K JBjJCl · · vacuum tin _U J^ *· OIlVPC 8 I i oz 9Q/. R GROCER ^^ _^ VHVCJ) . . .home £OC ft^lp^Ktw l i b . ^llp Jack Sprat-lmpoclcd Manianlllaj %+\jK K JElCj · . , » b a g 4ft Ji*' SA I..I D *B^ I\ · «^ GOOI) CHEER -- _. Dre S.:;Hl 25c C ®?*EE 19« Ginger Ale .boui C8 29c I.lrac Itlckcy. White Sotlu. Jnck Sprat Large 21 o^. ljotlle.4 luior.K uiui.v Corn . . . . cN a°n 2 14c Country G e n t l e m a n or Golden B.inlam Peas . . . .cir 16c ORANGES--NEW SUNKIST NAVELS "00 Sl/.c, I'cr Dozen ».| c 150 Size, I'or Dozen 2-lc ffeaf thcJackSptfitMolodgMenxhtg Jack Sprat Fancy Sweet «'rlnklel 71W£/V-WOC-\VHO'9 A.M. B RITE-WAY FOOD STORES i MASON CITY RITE-WAY GROCERS w TM ' ' A. W. KItto, .102 7th S. K. Phone 20!) W. S. iJiwrcnce,-J02 .1«th JV. W. - Phone 21»' Phone 731 C'hlcapfo Meat Mnrltct nnd , -- .... ^. 4 J , j iiiiiii; lii'A x,im.iimf iin:ui, in.irjtRt nni J. Kropmiin, 19 Oth N. K. - - - Phone IT22 Grocery, «!(; S. Jacli.son - - - Tliono 09(1 Thompson-Dcun Co., 121 N. federal - Phoau t\; '?.',J*,' sh!1 P irr - fi 'M N. I'enn. . . . I'hone 2187 Uarretl Urcw. Co., 20 2nd N K Phonn "if "" son _ Jro;nr .V. ·»« «nl N. K. - I'hone 211 _ ' " ^' *" I h o r l c · )S Onzlcr Food Sloro, G I B S . Fcdmil - I'tione !80(l MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE "Kid Kolby" Presented by Juniors at Thornton THORNTON, Deo. 21.--The junior class gave the play, "Kid Colby," Tuesda;- and Wednesday evenings iu the Thornton theater before lar"» audiences. The play was couched by Miss Mabelle Krumni, home economics instructor. Special music was furnished by the orchestra under the direction of W. H. Magdefrau. Comedy skits were given between acts by Edwin Boothroyd, Marvin Miller Margaret Zickefoose and Raymond DeMerritt. Are Parents ot Son. NEW HAMPTON--Born to Mr ind Mrs. John Eischweiler, a son Dec. 19. PROGRAM GIVEN BUREAU BACKING Chickasaw Farmers Oppose Proposed Tax on All Motor Fuel. NEW HAMPTON Dec. 21.--Unqualified support of the administration's efforts to give parity farm prices and work o£ Governor Herring, the interim tax committee and state Farm Bureau to provide lax reform was given in resolutions by the Chickasaw county Farm Bureau A. W. KITTO QUALITY GROCERIES 403 71'H ST. S. E. Turkeys - Ducks - Geese - Chickens I'utronize Your Neighborhood Grocery and Save Money lownCr 24i/ 2 ibs. $1.15 49 Ibs. . . at the annual meeting yesterday Opposition was expressed to senate file 185 which proposes to tax all motor fuel and defines motor fuel to include distillate, furnace oil and kerosene. Allen Kline of Vititon, principal speaker, said, "\Ve are 100 per cent back of Roosevelt and Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace. The things that they are doing now wore proposed by the Farm Bureau leaders six years ago. The administration has recognized the low prices that the farmer is forced to sell his products and that is the reason for the corn-hog program." The following officers were elected: President, F. C. Pieten, New Hampton; vice president, A. C Blntti. New Hampton; secretary,' Hubert Laures, New Hampton; treasurer, John A r n h a l t , New Hampton; 4-H girls' club chairman, Mrs. Henry Kerssen, Fredericksburg; home project c h a i r m a n Mrs Gary Fisher, Nashua. | Waverly Motor Company Now Is in New Location WAVERLY. Dec. 21.-- Tlic Harrison Motoi- company, of which L. K. Harrison of Nashua is president has rented the West Side garage and took possession Wednesday. The one-story building- in which the company's garage was housed was destroyed a week ago bv a SUS.OOO fire which also burned the Coddington and Lai ret building. That f i r m has rented space in the Fortner hotel building-. For Your . . . . CHRISTMAS FEAST FELT'S i QUALITY FOWL Turkeys-Ducks-Geese-Chickens You might as well remove Santa from tlic scone as do without the traditional fowl at the Christmas table. Especially this year when the crop is so plentiful and prices so reasonable. Felt's Market THONE 892 40S) NORTH FEDKKAL, For Your . . . CHRISTMAS DINNER MILK - CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE WHIPPING CREAM ! foni H E R M A N S O H BROTHERS DAIRY Phone 646 Kropman Grocery 19 Ninth St. N. E. Wc ])e i lvcr Frcc Home Owned Store of Quality Foods Specials for Friday and Saturday We will be open all day Sundaj r , on account of Monday being Christmas LARD, 4 J b . pkg. ~ ~ 9 h J BUTTER, BrookfieM, Ib I8c TURKEYS, dressed, Ib .I". j 7c GEESE, dressed, Ib lOc DUCKS, dressed, II). _ I 0c CHICKENS, dressed, Ib SUGAR, 10 Ibs POWDERED SUGAR, 4 Ibs. BROWN SUGAR, d Ibs. . MIXED NUTS, 11, .' 14t . Home Made PEANUT BRITTLE ib 15c OLD FASHION MIX CANDY Ib BUNTE CANDY, Ib. CRANBERRIES, 2 quarts CELERY, large stalk LETTUCE, large head .. HEINZ PUDDINGS--DATE-PLUM-FIG large package ' Our Store Is Full of Specials and It Is Impossible to List Everything in the Paper nnr-r.££ ji y, ES ' Stuffcd » Ptein and Ripe COFFEE, "Kropman Special," Ib. 21 /HRISTMAS-TIME and Cranberry Sauce--an ideal combination. The gay red cranberry, wUh its delightful iangy flavor fittingly represents the cheer and happiness of the season. Fresh cranberry sauce is delicious served wilh roasts or poultry. It is easy lo make ·with this recipe-"10-Minute" Cranberry Sauce (Stowed Cranberrios) Boil Z cups of walorand IVi to 2 cups of sugar togelher 5 minutes, thon add 4 cups Ealmor Cranberries. Boil without stirring (5 minutes is usually suf- licient) until all tho skins pop opon. HomovD from firo when Iho popping- stops, and allow Iho sauco to remain m vessel undisturbed until cool. Send for our recipe book giving 44 ways to serve Eatrrtor Cranberries. Send your name lo Dopl. N AMERICAN CRANBERRY EXCHANGE 90 Wont Broadway . . . New York _ Eatmor '·- Cranberries ... Defeat to DIRT and GREASE! Use less, for Magic Washer Powder docs more, even in hard, cold water. Every t i n v pure soap particle clis- solves instantly and comp l e t e l y -- i n t o penetrating suds thnt leave no grease, no dirt. A t Your Grocer's SEVENTEEN Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets FRIDAY AND SATURDAY We Deliver $1.00 Orders WE KESKItVE THE KIGHT TO LIMIT MEAT DEPARTMENT Decker's Choice Round Steak, Ib 1-lc Decker's Beef Roasts, Ib 9c Decker's Rib Boil, Ib fie Decker's Short Cuts, Ib 12c Decker's Psiiiey Sliced Bacon, 2 Ib.s 29c Decker's Pork Loin Rousts, Ib Hie Sterling Veal Roasl, Ib 1 ()c Sterling Chili, Ib 1 5 e Sterling Smoked C o u n t r y S t y l e Siiiisage, 2 Ibs 2re. Decker's Sliced Box Kucon, 5 Ibs ;i;ic CHRISTMAS POULTRY Turkeys - Ducks - Geese Chickens--Direct .from Farmers Strictly fresh eggs for your cakes FRUIT DEPARTMENT^ Fresh Vegetables and Fruits for Christmas Cranberries, large ''red, 2 Ibs 2Jic Lettuce, solid heuds '.,. 5 C Celery, large, fancy stalks l O c California Graces, 2 Ibs.v. loc Florida Oranges, large, dotjen 21 c Oranges, navels, good size, 12 do/.cn '!5 C Oranges, large, dozen .'· 2f)c Oranges, extra large, do/en. \ ;{) c G r a p e f r u i t , Texas Seedless, 7 'fur 25c Apples, Fancy Romes, Winesapsj; fi Ibs... 25c Apples, Fancy--Komi; lieuullcs, Winesiibs, Jonathan*;, Arknnsiis Blacks, Baskets; (Jrecn Onionift Ciuilll'linvcr, Cnrrots, Peppers, Cnblingf--Wlnitcv(!r\oii mint. FANCY BOX CANDY \ Schull's Chocolate Cherries, Ib. b o x . A . . 23c Schall's Chocolates, Ib. box Schail's Christmas Tree Chocolates 2'/ 2 -lb. box ' Schall's Christmas Tree Chocolates, 5-lb. box Schall's Old-Style Chocolates, ·5-lb' i i o x ' ' " ill Schall's Old Style Chocolates, :i-lb. box ' (i5 Christmas Candy, Old Tyme M i x , 2 Ibs. 25v Christmas Candy. Semi-Soft centers, Ib. 15c Niils, Mixed AiiiUf, Fresh Nuts, Fnn«y Nuts, Black UiUnuts, Knplish \Valiuilfi, ISru/.lls, Pccmis, Filherls Huzul Nuts, I'cuniits, Almonds. Pineapple, large 2% can Monarch Mince Meat, pkg. Heinz Fig Pudding, Ige. can Heinz Fig Pudding, sml. can Hemz Plum Pudding, ]ge. can , Heinz Plum Pudding-, sml. can Pumpkin, 3 cans Marsh mallows, 2 Ibs. for Monarch Grape Juice, quarts Pabst'Ginger Ale, Ige. bottle Value Milk, tall cans, 4 for Monarch Br'kfast Coffee, Ib. Folgers Coffee, 2 Ib. can Chase Sanborn Coffee, Ib. Monarch Cake Flour, Ige. pkg. Monarch Gelatine, 5 pkgs. 15c lOc ..33c .15c 33c 15c ,25c .25c 35c 15c .25c 19c ,59c 25c 25c .25c CHRISTMAS CHEER 1 liavo liad lots or thrills and l,,(s of frills, lots or lips and lots of downs, lut t h e grimiest t h r i l l |.|,,,i I ,. V er Jisul, iviis to sco ni.y w |f u Christmas shtinpinir last nlghl. I u-ant to pruisu 1'resldfint Roosevelt for nmU- inK it ].ossil,le for -5,000,000 men (o have a hitimier Christmas than they hud last year. We wish rvi-ry- one 11 very Merry Christinas und ,i Happy Nn\v Vnir. Sterling Coal Feed Co. T T IAJKE Sterling C'oul Co. wishes you n Crry C1lris1 "'»« »"! u Happy Now Vuar. AHLLIOlt , TAC ,V 25c BROTHERHOOD R A I M V A V TRAINMEN IJAN'CE Christmas Night, Dec. 25--Armory Kut a J»|K dinner Christmas day, then t.ilin a pood rest, attend tlm big iliuu-c of tiie ycur, hear the It. K. melodies. c Salmon, tall can, 2 for 25c :h Yacht Club Sweet Gerkins, jar 25c Monarch Yacht Club Sweet Relish, jar ; 25c ill Pickles, quarts 15c Sweet Pickles, quarts 25c Olives, large jar . Monarch Yacht Club Tuna, can ]$(. Monarch Ripe Olives, can . . 2()c Crushed Pineapple, small can lOc Monarch Yacht Club Crab Meat, can 25c Clear Lake Butter, Ib 18c monarch Ketchup, larfjc bottle ]) c Monarch Peanut HuUer, large jar 2"c Hi-Low Flour, 40-11). bajf. §] 59 Banner Oats, large pkgs., 2 for. . . . . ' ' . Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs Crackers, 2-lb. caddy Bulk Cocoanut, fresh, Ib Lewis Lye, large can 25r TM ; )c 1 5 C I I K U S K DK.MONSTKATION Fancy Cheese For C h r i s t m a s D i n n e r

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