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January 21, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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/I'' Hand Is Mangled in Machine; Amputated CHAHLES CITY (/P)--Physicians amputated the right hand of Anthony Auchstetter here Thurs- day after it became mangled in a silage remitting machine, Herbert Hoover denies reporls that he 'will establish a residence abroad. In fact, he will not even move to Maine or · Vermont.-Cleveland Plain Dealer. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 21 H| 1937 PANCAKES BREM FAST Just add milk or water-stir-- ' and take 1/ie finest pancakes you ever lasted.' PILLSBURY'S PANCAKE FLOUti A L S O P I L L S B U R Y ' S B U C K W H E A T P A N C A K E F L O U R GROCERS.MEATS FRUITS.VEGETABLES 20 T^N D ST. Mi E. FHONEi^i 44 CHERRIES, ffl»f r No. 10 Can / L Powdered 6^ s% ,, SUGAR, 3 Ibs. ^«l TOMATOES, Q 1 r No. 2 Can ... O 2 u KLOK, THE NEW DRY CLEANER Britc-Ize CLEANSE1R, 6« c 3 Cans *$ Camay ^ _ SOAP nor Ivir »1 BERKSHIRE SAUSAGE, Fresh Ground, Pure Pork, per Ib POT ROAST, Cut from Choice Beef Ib. Fresh Dressed Chickens Choice" VEAL and LAMB Grapefruit, 96 Size, per. dozen 37c Home Made Bread 10c MRS, ROGERS' HOME BAKED PIES, CAKES, COOKIES, etc. United Fruit Co. 33 East State Street Phone 748-74!) Free Delivery Fresh Vegetables and Fruit · Fresh Strawberries, Fresh Pineapples, Mushrooms, Green Slnngless Means, Peas, Rroccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Spinach, Endives, Celery Hearts, Tomatoes, Hot House Cucumbers, Young Onions, Radishes. Head Lettuce, Diced Vegetables. Parsley, Peppers, Carrols. Fancy APPLES, Winesaps 4 ]l, s . bu. hskl. Texas Grapefruit, . cinz ..... 39c Bananas, ·[ Ihs 25c L;vrj;e size Oranges, Florida, do-/, ....... OC «5D Diced Soup Vege- -t f\ I allies in cellophane * U C POTATOES, good grade, peck 45c TRY MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME BAKING MONARCH FINER FOODS Monarch Coffee Ib See It in Glass--Buy It in Tin 25c Monarch Brown Rice, Ib. box . . 15c Alonarch Cocoa, Ib Monarch Baby Food, ,'! cans 25c Monarch GRAPEFRUIT JUICE , . . ; . . IS 07. 8 I V '.. A JL. Monarch .Tomato Juice, 50 o/,. can . . Monarch G. B, Corn, sze 2 can Monarch Peas, E. -I f. Tune, size 2 can . .. I D C Monarch tiny Mallawebbes, |.Marshmallows, pkg. , O C Kraft's French Dressing, 16 oz. . . . Campbell's Tom. Soup, 3 cans ...... Welch's Tom. Juice, 16 oz. bottle 15c Monarch Tom. Juice. 33'/ z oz.. X Monarch Whole Kernel Corn, 12 oz. -i r^ vac, pack ......... I O C Monarch Diced Becls or Carrots, -i rk sixe 2 can ........ 1UC Monarch Toffie, Rum-Butter. Ih. 25c Kraft's Miracle Whip. it 37c Hormel's Vcg. Soup, lartre cans. 2 for . . Decker's Peanut -I A Butter. 30 oz. jar .. A JC COFFEE, Folger's, Hills Bros., Alwoods, Ib 30c National Fruit Phone 824 101 South Federal Ave. Free Delivery Woods Keeps Seat in Assembly 'With Three Vote Margin DES MOINES, (IP}--Given n three vote margin of victory by an Iowa house of representatives contest committee, Representative Lloyd Woods (D) O t Osceoln Thursday was permitted to retain his assembly seat contested for by J. R. CampbeJl (R) of Osceola. The contest board found that Woods had 2,529 votes to 2,520 for Campbell. ^Flint Alliance FJ"7Tf?fZ7' ·C^/Z ^ t - ""I " ' ilnlll lif»" an - : J THIRTEEN Beaten and Frozen Body of Girl Found OAKLAND, Cal., (/P)--Terribly? beaten, the frozen body ot a comely young woman was lound near Mills college Thursday. A book j bore the typewritten name of | Anita Bothelho and police sought to establish the victim's identity. The body was found by WPA workers who immediately notified Police. The girl was believed to have been about 20 years old. Her clothes had b^en ripped from her body. Police said she had been dead for several hours. George E. Boysco, above, former paymaster at the Buiek Molor plant in Flint, Mich., is the leader of the Flint Alliance, Its membership is comprised of non-union General Motors em- ployes and Flint businessmen. "A, P. Stores in Iowa provide a steady, reliable income for scores and scores of landlords who are your neighbors. During each year we pay in Vent over $218,760 to citizens of the state." nECIPE ISItAND Marshmallows 2 1 Lb. Pkgs. Camnfire Brand, Economy 1 ]l. pUjr. -j *\ 19 C Gold Medal "Kilchcn Tcsletl" FLOUR 8 0 9 . . . . 49-lb. B o g . . Betty Crocker Recipes in 'every bap TRY WHEATIES 'The Breakfast of Champions' 2 8-01. Pkgs. SO I LAX "Loosens Dii-t-- Dissolves Grea.se" 24-ox. « if P k g . . . l 5 C - Splendid Values! Mild and Mellow Coffee 8 O'clock, 1 Ib. bag 17c 3 Ib. bag 49c Hill's Bros. Coffee, 1 Ib. can ........ 27c 2 Ib. can 49c Hershey's Cocoa, 1 Ib. can ........ 12c Borden's Evaporated Milk, 3 tall cans. . 21 c Kraft's Miracle Whip, Qt. Jar 37c; Pt. Jar 23c Excell Soda Crackers, 2 Ib. pkg ........ 16c Clapp's Baby Food, 3 -- 4'/7-oz. c a n s . . 25c Sunnyfield Corn Flakes, 13 ax. pkg. lOc lona Tomatoes, 3 No. 2 cans lona Spinach, No. 2 can Woodbury's Facial Soap, 3 c a k e s . . Scot Toilet Tissue, 4 rolls 25c 1 Qc 25c 25c Big Orange Sale! FLORIDA 200 Size, Doien Grapefruit, 3 for. New Cabbage, Ib. Onions, 3 Ibs.. 10c lOc Radishes, 3 f o r . . 5 C Winesap Apples, ' 4 Ibs . 25c IUc Large Head Lettuce 1 Oc Tune in. "A. and P. Bantlwagron," 7 to 8 P. M. Thursday. TEACHERS' PAY IS RETURNING Pre-Depression Level in Trend, Iowa Survey Indicates. CEDAR FALLS -- Salaries of teachers throughout Iowa appeal- definitely to be headed back toward pro-depression levels. This was indicated in a report of trends in salaries in the public schools of Iowa, compiled by the extension division at the Iowa Stale Teachers college. Although the general salary level still remains nearly 20 per cent beneath that of'1931-32, the 2o,000 public school teachers and administrators o£ Iowa now enjoy salaries which are 4 per cent higher than those of the 1D35-3S school year, and 10 per cent higher than the depression !ow of 1033-34. The school year of 1)3132 was taken as the standard ot comparison. At that time leaching pay checks had not generally f e l t the force of the depression. '5111 Over 1933. The general average salary o[ all teachers and school administrators in Iowa is $909 and represents an increase ot 551 over that of 1935-36, $80 over 1034-35 and $114 over 1933-34. However, the average still remains $219 beneath that of 1931-32. Those in the public schools with the best training received the highest salaries, had their checks cut least during the depression, and returned to former levels the quickest, the figures indicated. Elementary school teachers in cities above IS,(100 population, for example, are now earning nn average salary of $1,416 yearly, or nearly 95 per cent ot their 193132 average, while during the depression low they received $1,255, or only 88 per cent of the. high period. In Rural Districts. On the other iiand, elementary teachers in country school districts are receiving on an average 5520 yearly, or 72 per cent of their 1931-32 average, while during the depression low they received $449, or but G2 per cent of the high period. Elementary teachers in Iowa number more than 16,000, a m a j o r proportion of the 25,000 total. Those in second class cities, from 2,000 to 14,!)!!9 population are now averaging $947 yearly; those in towns above 500 population, $71!) yearly, and those in consolidated district, 5705 yearly. The average yearly salaries and the per cent of increase for the various groups over last year arc as follows: Superintendents, $1,780 or a 4 per cent increase; high school principals, $1,192, a 6 per cent increase; junior high principals, $1,324; 5.5 per cent; elementary school principals, 51,535, 7 per cent; high school teachers, men, $1,295, 3 per cent; high school teachers, women, $1,112, 3.5 per cent; j u n i o r high school teachers, men, $1,338, 2 per cent; junior high school teachers, women, $1,292, 5.7 per cent; and elementary teachers, $711, 4.7 pel- cent. Representative average salaries for the present year for all teachers and administrators in the various population groups given for comparison are as follows: For first class cities of 15,000 population and over, $1,580; for second class cities of 2,000 to 14,999 population, $1,164; tor towns and villages from 500 to 1,999 population, $928; for consolidated school districts, $890; and for country schools, $520. It must be remembered that these averages include the whole range of public school employes, from superintendents to the lowest paid teachers. Statistics for the report were obtained by the Teachers college extension division from the bureau of research of the Iowa Stale d e p a r t m e n t of public instruction. This is the third year for. the re- porls. The report is being sent to various superintendents throughout fowa. Members for 25 Years Are Honored by Lodge ROCKWELL--The Members ot -.ucile Rcbekah lodge entertained heir members of 25 years or over, ith a banquet and special pro- am of games, music, at their ll Tuesday evening. About 20 lonored guesls sat down to the Banquet table decorated with pink md green. .'Thoughtful Friend--"My good man, why don't you take the streetcar home?" Illuminated One--"Sh" no ushe. Wife wouldn't let me keep it in the houshe." -- Slichoygran, Wis., Tress. MEATS THAT SATISFY FRESH SMOKED Spare 105 South Federal Special -- Fri. and Sill I'UIIE HRE Ground Beef */ l /2«s 100% P U R E PORK SAUSAGE t M £*, B IJ ° RK HEARTS and , f qt- 49 C I Veal Hearts lb Choice BEEF CHUCK ROAST FRESH PEANUT Leg-O-Lamb lb - 15 C | Swtes°Steak lb - 21 c SEE OUR .WINDOWS BEFORE YOU BUY| Saw Friend Slain MUTUAL SAVINGS HOLDS MEETING Officers and Directors of Association Are Re-Elected. The Mutual Federal Savings ind Loan association held its annual meeting at the organization offices Wednesday afternoon. Reporls were made by officers and H. M. Knudson, E. H. Wagner and Dr. Georfie M. Crabb reelected to the board. Other mem- jers of the board, whose terms hold over, are: E. S. Selby, Jay E. Miss Mary KiliK, 34, of Cleveland, Is s u f f e r i n g from the shock of seeing her friend, Joseph Ilartman, 32, slain in the automobile scat liesiile her hy his estranged wife, Mrs. Flossie Ifertmaii, 32. Mrs. llartman, who came to Cleveland from Dunk.ird, jf»a., only a few hnurs previously lo effect a recon- c i l i a t i o n with her husband, was ciir.iecil when lin demanded a divorce. Mrs. Hartman fired (he falal shots from the back seal of the auto, as an 11 month old son ncsdcil in her hip. Liquor is already disgusting people and they will quit it in a "ew more years unless somebody :ays, "Thou shall." -- Kcwaiicc Star Courier. DEAB NOAH=DID YOU KNOW YOU CAM GET A GOOD HICKEN DINNEB FOR, IPTE1EN CENTS AT THE. FE.51D STOR.5.7 J-KU.-TUU.Sf,, OKLA. DEAR. NOAM"lf= I JUMP iMT THE OCEAN, WIUL. I GET A WAVE IN MY HAIR."? AnrJE iJHEtlEITT OUUUTH, Minn. MOAH=OO PEKIN DUCKS LAY CHINA EGGS? SEND IN YOUR. I Decker. J. W. Irons, L. A. Moore, F. J. Hanlon, J. C. Hanes, C. A. Parker and O. A. Mcrkcl. At the mcclinE ot tho bonrd the following officers were rc-elcct- cd: E. H. Wagner, president; L. A. Moore, first vice president; J, C. Manes, second vice president; .7. W. Irons, secretary, and C. A. Parker, treasurer. Mr. Irons in his report staled a total of Gfi loans had been made the past year tor a total of $142,- DG4.23 and an average of $2,166.12. OE these 17 were for the construction of new homes, 28 for the purchase of homes and 21 for refinancing old loans or remodeling. It was pointed out t h a t business ot the association has grown from 5137,505 to $427,-155 in 30 months. She broke the ice and went for Do your brCiikf.Tils RCC n cold reccp- tion? Then serve \Vhrat-Oafa-- the dish everybody warms up (o ! Il's r i c h ripe o a i s and l u s c i o u s golden wheat skillfully blended together into an u n b e a t a b l e flavor combination. Sticks to your ribs -- · gives you morning-long energy; Kim, don't walk, to y.otir nearest grocer. Try it today. Costs less than serving. G I A N T S I Z E ( 6 0 SERVINGS) Phone 770 We Deliver BANANAS (With Order) Pounds for Monarch MAR'MALLOWS, Ib. R o u n d STEAK, pound . . HILEX, 4-qt. Bottle. CATSUP, L a r g e . . . . POT ROAST, Ib. Monarch JELL-O, 6 f o r . . . . PORK CHOPS, Ib. EGGS -- FRESH ALWAYS LESS Sunkisr ORANGES, Large, 2 dozen . . . Fresh Dressed Pound For Frying, Baking, Stewing in^cie.''"M^u o.,i r Friday, Saturday, Monday Specials i.J!! ly «V,'; "."' M» rrr3 100% Pure Bulk c a e Little Pure Pork Link to a · L I V E R SAUSAGE, pound. . WIENERS, pound . . , BOLOGNA, pound . . . . Decker's Corn Fed Tender Juicy Sirloin, e Short Cuts Corn Fed Lcg-o'-Mutton, Ib 1 2c Shoulder Roast, Ib 8c Chops, Steak, 3 Ibs.. . 25c Stew, Drcost, Ib 5c Young Tender Loin Roast, Ib 20c Shoulder Roast, Ib.. . . 18c Cutlets, Ib 20c Spare Ribs, Ib He Milk Pocket Roast, Ib. Steak, lt Stew, Ib Roast, Ib Fed lOc 15c lOc 15c SMOKED BRAUNSCHWEIGER, pound PURE PORK SMOKED COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE, pound Pork Hocks Pork Hearts Pork Liver 1|). Pork Brains Snoots, Ears Corn Fed C'tnler (,'i Pot Roast, Ib 13c Short Ribs, Ib 1 Oc Rolled Rib Roast, Ib. 19c Boneless Staw, Ib 1 5c Neck Bones Beef Boil Back Bonos Pig's Feet Mutton Stew BEST BUY OLEO, pound. MINCED HAM, pound PEANUT BUTTER, pound PERCH FILLETS, pound PICKEREL, pound WHITING, pound DRIED HERRING, pound FROZEN HERRING, 3 pounds . . . . . . . . BARBECUED SALMON, p a u n d . . SHANKLESS PICNICS, pound 1 POUND PACKAGE BREAKFAST B A C O N . 25c

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