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March 8, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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MARCH 8 1934 MASOiN CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN ARTIFICIAL LAKE PLANS ARE GIVEN 25 CWA Men Are Working at West Union; Deeds Go to State Board. WEST UNION, March 8.--J. R. Fitzsimmons, state landscape architect Wednesday gave local groups the landscape plans for the new artificial lake project near West "Union to be built by the state board of conservation. Twenty-four CWA men are working on the project, rebuilding the old lime kiln, clearing trees and brush from lake site and making foot paths. Deeds to the land and .f3,000 cash was turned over to the state board of conservation Monday by the local committee, H. A. Schaeffer and A. D. Finch. Candidacy of Gilbert, Iowa Falls, for State Senate Is Announced IOWA FALLS, March S.--'M.. D. Gilbert, a well known farmer and stockman of this vicinity, announced he will run for state senator on the democratic ticket The district is composed of the counties of Hardin, Hamilton and Wright, now represented by Senator Knudson of Hamilton county. Mr Gilbert has been active in the affairs of the United Farmers movement in this part of the state. Ex-Senator Ulsted of Wright county is said to be grooming for the senatorial race on the republican ticket. District Instructor Present. BRISTOW--The Eastern Star will meet at the lodge rooms Wednesday afternoon and evening and serve a 6:30 o'clock dinner. Mrs. Pearl Mae Fluegel of Charles City, instructor for district No. 3, will be present to assist. MAN KILLED IN CRASH IS BURIED Rites Held at Kensett for Helgeson; Wife, Three Children Survive. KENSETT, March 8.--Funeral services w«re held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Elk Creek church west of Kensett tor Bennie Helgeson, 35, who was killed Sunday morning by an automobile. The rites were in charge of the Rev. T. Sigmond. Those surviving are his wife and three small children, his father and one brother, Hanlon of Kensett, and six sisters, Mrs. Martin Myre, Mrs. Alfred Dryhood, Mrs. Edward Rhubetz of Kensett, Mrs. Lloyd Cooper, and Mrs. Wendt of Manly and Mrs. Sagner of Milwaukee, Wis. VETO AFFECTS VET Values RITEWAY FOOD STORES MASON CIIX DIVISION FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY 2 NO. 300 CANS JACK SPRAT PREPARED SPAGHETTI ,. --^ Regular Value, lOc Per Can AND A NO. 1 CAN JACK SPRAT ASPARAGUS PUREE A new product which enables you to niake delicious asparagus soup in a few minutes Regular Value, lOc Per Can 30c VALUE FOR PORK BEANS iTack Sprat-Choice Navies, Lean Pork, KIch Tomato Sauce 2 No. 2'/a Cans PINEAPPLE Mayflower Hawaiian-Matched Slices No. 2'/ 2 Can ALL WEEK March 9th to 15th y Raisins ^SU 2 Ib. Pkg. O Apricots FaTM* J £L S BTek.m S No. 2/2 Can u Salad Dressing x^m^Lu Pint Jar Extracts '·$£%£$£?; . . . . . . 2 oz. Bottle ** Powdered Sugar Jack 1 n p "^"plSf^' 10 'TM . . 21b.Pkg. Chocolate prS^iSLg 1/2 Ib. Cake £ dti/mc? ^^ Sprat Set of Salt and Pepper O Olra-e ^^ OJJlt-CO All Varieties SSakers Free: . . · . - . « -t rVgS. Gelatin Dessert ^rT^TM? 11 " 4 Pkgs. H Preserves pare 5^1^TM* s^ar 1 Ib. Jar Q Rice Flakes c^LS^t 2 Pkgs. Coffee, Good Cheer SrSoS 1 Ib. Pkg. * Pancake Flour %££$£ 3!/z Ib. Bag C Jaci: STlrSS? Red Green Beans Kidney Beans Chocolate Dipped Peanuts Brown Sugar "ST . . . . 2 Cans 2 Cans Coif Jack s l )rat OulL Good Table Quality Patcnn Jack Sprat \^ltoUU Fancy Grade Tomato Juice T , Tomatoes Ma S? lx2erc 1 Ib. 3 Ibs. . 10 Ib. Bag 14'/2 oz. Bottle STM . 2 Cans . . . 2 Cans A NEW PROGRAM OF MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT! "Rite-Way Musical Reveries" --Stations WOC-WHO, Every Sunday Evening, 6:00-6:30 P. M. EFFECTIVE ALL WEEK SAMIONE Toilet Soap 4 «« AMBASSADOR Toilet Paper 4 ROM Gloves . . Pair 12-0*. Weight--Good Quality 19c RITE-WAY FOOD STORES Beryl McHani (above), 36 year old Oklahoma war veteran, was denied an honorable discharge from the army by President Roosevelt's first veto--on a bill which would have given McHani the benefits of an honorably discharged soldier. Mc- Hani was dishonorably discharged after a fist fight, and deserted the army after a, subsequent re-enlistment. (Associated Press Photo). Fandel of Whittemore Will Be Ordained at Sioux City March 18 WHITTEMORE, March 8.--Edward Fandel, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel, student at St. Paul's seminary, St. Paul, Minn., will be ordained a Catholic priest Sunday morning-, March IS at 8:30 at the Epiphany cathedral in Sioux City. Bishop Edmund Heelan of Sioux City will have charge of the ceremony. On Monday, March 19, Father Fandel will sing his first high mass in St. Michael's church in Whittemore at 10 o'clock. He was born and reared here. 200 WOMEN IN DISTRICT MEET McDowell Gives Address at Algona; Next Session to Be in Swea City. ALGONA, March 8.--The Algona district of federated Women's club met at the Congregational church Tuesday with 16 clubs represented. About 200 were present for the noon luncheon given by four of the clubs. Mrs. J. A. VVarburton of Lakota is president of the district and.acted as chairman at the meeting. Mrs. W. C. Dewell is president of the Algona club. John McDowell, high school principal,, gave a general talk on citizenship. The program was continued by special features from each of the clubs represented, including readings and solos. The meeting was concluded by a play given by the Crcsco club. The next quarter meeting will be held at Swca City in May. Mrs. Hanson, Garner, Suffers Fractured Leg GARNER, March 8.--Mrs. Frank M. Hanson fell and broke her bone of the left leg just above the ankle Tuesday evening. Mrs. Hanson hail been to call on Mrs. R. G. Grobaty at the Walter S. Pritchard home and was leaving when she slipped and fell on the steps. Mr. Hanson, who is a candidate for the republican nomination for auditor of Iowa, had been at Des Moines since Saturday, accompained by Mrs. Frank Flynn, Jr., and daughter, Patricia Ann, and they hurried to Garner. Mrs. Flynn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hanson. Bill)}- Clinic Friday. ! KIESTER, Minn., March S.---A ! baby and child clinic will be held in the high school Friday. Examinations of children will be free. KROPMAN GROCERY 19 Ninth St. N. E. We Deliver Phone 1722 HOME-OWNED STORE OF QUALITY FOODS SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Sugar, 10 Ibs 45c Eggs, dozen 15c Potatoes, per peck 23c Tuna Fish, 2 cans 29c Ice Cream, Chocolate, Vanilla and cherry nut, pint 15c; quart... 29c Crystal White Soap Chips, 2 pkgs. 25c Baking Chocolate lie Cocoa, per can 5c Macaroni, bulk, 3 Ibs 29c MR. FARMER:--Bring us your eggs, we pay 15r in trade. Grocery Specials Dill Pickles, -i ff quart jar JL 9 Sweet Relish, T ff quart jar Mv Grapefruit, nice and sweet, 7 for Libby's Sauerkraut No.2'/ 2 can LENTEN SPECIALS Sardines, in tomato and mustard sauce, o f* 3 cans 3C Fancy K«d Salmon. -I o ^ per can IOC Oil Sardines. 9^*6 ciuts £ tJ ** SMOKED AND SALT FtSH OF ALL KINDS Electric Clocks Extra Special only a f ew left With a 91.0 Purchase In any department 1 shopping bag with each large package of Magic 4ft 4j £ Washer 4a.JL Bananas, spccial,5 Ibs Apple Butter, large jar · ff JL9 Olives, quart jar .... 25' Tube Tooth Paste FREE With a Tooth or Brush for i J C Bulk Dates, 2 pounds 4 fi» J. v POTATOES Small size, good for boiling or seed, extra special, ff Ac 100 Ib. bag till Kirk's Hard water Castile Soap, ff £ per bar V Ginger Ale, "i CJ large bottle. JL9 Try this New Cereal Yeasties Y«ast hidden in a delicious cereal. Nutritious whole wheat flakes blended with actiYereast. P 17c P.G.Soap, -i Q 5 large bars JL v Apricots in heavy syrup, can *f (f| A \l Sliced Pineappje, No. 2'/ 2 |Q C can Mustard, large jar 15 Soda or Graham Crackers, -i Q 2 pounds ...J : JL t? We Pay Above Market Price for Eggs, Cash or Tnule Sandwich Spread, qt. jar Preserves, large Q4 c jar, any flavor Flour, Jersey Cream, 49 Ibs. Cut Green Beans, per can "UPTON'S! «EEN TEA Men's Chamois Leather Vests, $5 value Sugar, 10 Ib. bag ' 1. pound tin (j3c 1 pound tin Ic '/2 pound puckajje 33c i/j pound package I c y s pound puckugc 17c !4 pound package Ic Kellogg's All Bran, 2 packages QSJ for M*9 RUBBER FOOTWEAR For the entire family at exceptionally low prices RAI DEPARTMENT STORE 215 South Federal Avc. Wholesale or Retail Phone 434 Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets NO. 1 -- NO. 2 -- NO. 3 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY WE DELIVER $1.00 ORDERS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT MEAT DEPARTMENTS Sterling Smoked Hams, Ib 13c Sterling Sliced Ham, Center Cuts, Ib.... 20c Sterling Ham Butts, Ib lie Sterling Smoked Country Style Sausage, 2 Ibs 25c Sterling Braunschweigcr. Ib 20c Sterling Minced Ham, Ib 15c Decker's Short Cuts. Ib lot Decker's Beef Boil, Ib 7c I Decker's Beef Roast, Ib lOc Halibut, Salmon, Cod Fish, Oysters Fen Fed Chickens Direct From Farmers I Eggs, White or Brown, Direct From Fanners FRUIT DEPARTMENTS Fresh Ripe Tomatoes, fancy. Ib lUc Head Lettuce, large, solid heads 5c New Carrots, large bunch 5c Lemons, large Sunkist, dozen 29c Florida Oranges, 10 Ibs 39c Grapefruit. Seedless, large, 6 for 25c Bananas, fancy, 5 Ibs 25c Oranges, good size, 2 dozen 35c Oranges, large, dozen 25c Oranges, extra large, dozen 35c Cucumbers, Asparagus, Cauliflower, Green I'ea-s, Strawberries, Green Peppers, Rhubarb, Celery, Uad- ishes, Garlic, Parsnips, Green Onions, Sweet Potatoes CHEESE DEPARTMENT Norwegian Primost, Ib 15c Imported Block Edam, Ib 55c Blue Moon Cheese, pkg 20c Blended Limburger Brick, Ib 35c New York Cheese. 1932, Wonderfully Cured, Ib. 4()c Longhorn Cream Cheese, Ib 19c CRACKERS, 2 Ib. caddy 19c Dean's Milk, tall cans, 4 for Hormel's Soup, large can Heinz Cream of Mushroom Soup, can... Heinz Gumbo Creole Soup, can Heinz Cream of Tomato, can 25c 15c 15c 15c 15c RINSO, large pkg 19c Libby's Peaches, large 2'/ z can 19c Pineapple, large 2'/ 2 can 19c Mustard, quarts 15c Ketchup, large bottles, 2 for 25c Sweet Pickles, quarts 25c Dill Pickles, quarts 17c Swansdown Cake Flour, Ige. pkg. ,,,25c Monarch Yacht Club Golden Corn lOc Monarch Yacht Club Sweet Peas, can 15c Monarch Kidney Beans, can lOc Monarch Spinach, can ] 5c Monarch Gelatine, 5 pkgs 25c Red Pitted Cherries, Ige. No. 10 can 49c Sterling No. 3 Opening Friday and Saturdaj---1509 South Federal 1 tlilnk this is the only store of its kind in the United States. I am putting in the stock, furnishing a home for two men, paying all the expenses and giving them half of the profits. This will be more thun just another store. We have a place that you can park in front of the store or In back of the store; a sandpile for the kiddles, horseshoe court for the men. Frank McCorkle and Frank Stivers, my two partners, arc fast approaching 60 years old and one rule of this store, whenever we hire help they roust be over 50 years old. Nothing fancy about this store--just fancy merchandise at low prices. Come and hear the old fiddlers play. STERLING COAL FEED CO. Nothing fancy about our coal yard--just high grade coal at low prices. LUKE B. MILLER JACK McCOLE, Mgr. ROOSEVELT-JACKSON SCHOOL CARNIVAL FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH 9--7:00 P. M. Music, Basketball Games -- Everyone Invited OXYDOL, large pkg We Clear Lake Butter, Ib Kenyon's Butter--Save the Wrapper* Monarch fieanut Butter, large jar... Monarch Apple Butter, large jar ... Monarch Strawberry Preserves, jar.. 25c 25c 25c PURE SORGHUM, Gallon PURE SORGHUM, '/ 2 Gall 49c 25c Macaroni or Spaghetti. 5 pkgs .......... 25c Brooms, extra good ones .............. 39c Miller's Corn Flakes, large pkg .......... He Peas, Soaked, large can ................ lOc Beet Sugar, 100 Ibs .................. $4.59 MOTHER'S COCOA, 2 Ib. can" ............. jjk Fo 'K er 's Coffee. Ib. can ............... 32c Four's Coffee, 2-lb. can .............. f,l c Bliss Coffee, Ib. can .................. 25c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib ........... I9c p Tone's Old Golden Coffee, Ib ............ 29c De Sota TOILET PAPER, 6 rollsT25c Jersey Cream Flour. 49-lb. bag ........ §1.59 -xOxydo], giant size pkg. . ---- .......... 49 C i mj? Camay Toilet Soap, bar ............... 5c eans ................. 25( , Buy Can Crisco -- Pie Pan Free P. G. SOAP, 10 bars ............................. Zjjc BANNER OATS, Ige. pkgs., 2 for 25c SEEDS OF ALL KINDS-- GRASS SEED Start Your Hot House Plants MR., FARMER: -- Bring us your ej-irs -- cash or trade. USE I'AKKIMt PLACE BACK OF STOKE

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