The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1933 · Page 12
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December 28, 1933

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

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TWELVE Federal Packing Co. Phone 746 We Deliver jl.OO Orders 213 N. Federal Ave. SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY QUARTER OF BEEF K 5c QUARTER OF BEEF S ''..'.. 6|/?c HOGS, Whole or Half S 6c LARD, Open 7c .8c 6c Kettle, lb BACON, Decker's, 5 Ibs... PORK CHOPS, End Cuts, lb SPARE RIBS, pound HAM, Decker's -t M lowana, lb 14rC SMOKED BUTTS, | /» Lean, pound IOC RIB BOIL, pound ...... BEEF ROAST, Good, pound. PORK HOCKS, Meaty, pound. .4c 7c 4c STEAK, 1 i- T-Bone, pound.... lOC STEAK, Round, i f\ Sirloin; pound 1UC PORK HEARTS, pound.. PORK LIVER, pound NECK BONES, pound ....... PIG'S FEET, pound SIDE PORK, Fresh, pound FRESH HAM, pound PORK 17 SHOULDER, lb 1C. 4c ..4c .3c ..3c .6c lOc I/!sten In to A. P.'s New Radio Program "MUSICAL BARRAGE OF VALUES" YVHO-WOC 1:30 to 8:00 A. M. Dally (Except Sun.) FINEST CREAMERY Butter . . . . n21c M. J. B. Coffee. . . 2- 57c Bokar Coffee . »21c VAN CAMP'S or CAMPBELL'S Beans 5c GINGER ALE, PALE DRY or GOLDEN 24-OZ. BOTTLE 4 | QUICK or REGULAR QUAKER Oats. . . . 2 29c PEANUT BUTTER Sultana . . 2 45c ALL FLAVORS UNEEDA BAKERS EXCELL SODA Crackers . 2 21c MARYLAND CHIEF Spinach . . . 10c BUTTER 2Oe lb. MEAT DEPARTSIBNX PURE LARD 4 Ibs. 27c ANY CHOICE STEAK 15c lb. BEEF ROAST pound IGc PORK LOIN ROAST 9c lb. ROLLED RIB ROAST 12k PORK Shoulder ROAST Sc lb. THE CBEflf AUANTIC S'PACIFIC TEA CO. M.cwl.- w,-.TO, , Finest Quality] MEATS TRY A TENDER JUICY ROAST Fresh Fruits and Vegetables CELERY, large stalks . . lOc ORANGES, A . . doz. 25c-29c BANANAS, 3 pounds . . . 25c MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 29 GWS PROJECTS GIVEN APPROVAL Two Women Receive Jobs in Franklin County and 20 dt Fort Dodge. DES JIOINES, Dec. 2S. UP)-Twenty-nine civil works service projects in 10 Iowa counties where 84 women will be employed were jiven final approval today by Ina .Tyler, state emergency relief cli- .-ector. Work la under way on many of the projects which were given temporary approval by telephone and telegraph when submitted by county administrators. Total appropriations for the projects la $10,943.50. Dubuque, Webster and Linn counties were awarded a majority of the jobs, the outstanding project of the list being an appropriation of $1,824 for an overseer in the Fort Dodge sewing room in Webster county, where a total of 20 women will be assigned including a stenographer for the CWA office. Fort Dodge Projects. Other Fort Dodge projects include a woman for public health nursing In rural schools; three uuraes for city grade schools, and a janitress; clerical help in county offices, and city and county office janltresses. Twelve women were assigned to Cedar Rapids to assist visiting investigators of the county relief committee and to keep records of visits made to clients asking relief The appropriation for this work la 51,440. One woman was assigned for nursing service In the Linn county home at a cost of 5104. Four women at Springville, in the same county will assist in sewing room and janitor services, CWS Jobs Approved. The civil works service projects approved were: Dubuque county, Dubuque--Sewing rooms for emergency relief committee, cost, ?924, women 11. Nurse, stenographer in county sanitarium cost, $356, women, 2. Assistant librarian, stenographer In public schools, cost, $288, women, 2. Visit- mg housekeeper, county emereencv committee, cost, 5168, women, i Clerical £el p , librarian, nurse, dental hygitnist, public schools, cost 5864, women 5. Cascade--Assistant librarian, public schools, cost, $144, women 1. Stenographers, city office' ·;ost, $288, women, 2. ' Allamakee county, Lansing---Sew- ng room. Cost, $63; women 1 Har- ner'a Ferry--Clerical, public schools Cost, 5126; women, 1. Lansing- Clerk to assist city clerk in filing 1 records. Cost, 5126; women 1. Public Health Nursing. Webster county--Public health nursing In rural schools. Cost, $168- women, i. Fort Dodge--Sewing Forest Park Grocery 1007 4th St. S. W. . Phone 943 M* l t I C f, DC 10 IA. Sugar, Cloth Bag, with order Raisins, Bulk, lb Pork and Beans, Jack Sprat, 1-lb. can . Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, No. 2 size can Bacon Ends, 5 Ibs FOLGER'S COFFEE, lb. FULL LINE FRESH BtEATS; ALSO VEGETABLES |\ iJC 33c OHIO RUM DIRECTOR DECEMBER 28 1933 Lieut. Col. John A. Hughes of Cleveland Is liquor director in Ohio under a plan of handling the liquor control problem through a commission, (Associated Press Photo). room, visiting' housekeepers, overseer, sewing room, stenographer, CWA office. Cost, 51,824; women, 20; school nurses, grade school, janitress In public schools. Cost, $462; women, 4; clerical help, jani- tres's, city offices. Cost, ?504; women, 4; clerical help, county offices, janitress. Cost, ?528; women, 4. Gowrie--Clerk for superintendent of schools. Cost, $126; women, 1. Duncombe--Clerical help for superintendent of schools, janitress. Cost, $198; women, 2. Jackson county, Maquokcta-- County nurse, stenographers, county offices, cleaning county buildings. Cost, $520; women, 1. Adams county, Corning'--Clerical work in emergency relief office: Cost, 162; women, 1. Pottawattamie county, Council Bluffs--Cleaning in U. S, postoffice building. Cost, ?220.50, four women. Jefferson county, Fairfield-Cleaning, repairing in public library cost, $126; women, 2. Franklin County Jobs. Franklin county, Hampton--Clerical help in office of clerk of county court. Cost, $144; women, 1; public health nurse in Franklin county. Cost, $168; women, 1. Tama. county, Tama--Clerk in CWA office to help with distribution of surplus commodities and work under county distributor. Cost, $126; women, 1. Traer--Clerical help, distribution of surplus commodities. Cost, ?126; women, 1. Linn county, Cedar Rapids--Assistants for visitors investigating aud recording visits made to clients to determine need for relief. Cost, $1,440; women, 12 t county nursing in Linn county home. Cost, ?104; women, 1. Sprlngville--Sewing room and janitress work. Cost, $312; women, 4. Cedar Rapids--Linn county public health nursing. Cost, ?192; women, 1. Farmer at Dunlap Takes Poison, Dies DUNLAP, Dec. 28. (/P)--After taking poison late yesterday Warner Leytham, farmer and father of four children, told his wife. Skeptical she did not call a doctor until convulsions set in. Leytham died. Noted in the community for his industry and sobriety, Leytham had been gloomy regarding financial troubles. NATIONAL FRUIT CO. Phone 824 ioi SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. Free Delivery CARLOAD Enrly Ohio POTATOES Red River Valley, U. S. No. 1 Grade 100-LB. BAG $1.35 PECK 25c BUSHEL 90c Potatoes, Idaho Russetts 15-lb. bag 35c 25 Ibs 55c 100-lb. bag; $1.45 Onions, Yellow Globe, No. 1 grade, 10-Ib. bag Green Tea, Good Grade '/z lb. pkg. I4c; pound Coffee, Monarch Brand-Lb. box 25c; 3-Ib. box Crackers, National Biscuit, Grahams or Sodas, 2-lb. box , Soap, P. and G., 10 bars 69c 22c 25c 25c Camay or Kirk's Castile, 5 bars.. Pickles, Y. C. Sweet OP Mixed, quart jars f*v C Monarch Peas, No. 2 can.... 15c Monarch G. B. Corn, 2 No. 2 cans Apples, Idaho Jonathans Basket §1.19 Rome Beauties, bask. $1.59 Jonathans, extra fancy, box $1.65 Grapefruit, Texas Seedless, 5 for 25c; 7 for Campbell's Soup, Vegetable or Veg. Beef, 3 cans Folger's Coffee, Lb. 31c; 2 Ibs Mother's Cocoa, 2-lb, box Sugar, Mason City, 10-lb. bag... Soap, Blue Barrel, 6 bars.... Chipso, pkg ioc Oxydol, pkg.. 21 c Sweet Pickles, whole or sliced, fjt. jar.. Monarch Strlngless | r 23c 59c 23c 49c 23c or Beans, No. 2 can.. Monarch Beets, Diced Sliced, | A No. 2 can lUC Cool Spring Tomatoes, Tomato Juice, 3 No. 2 cans.. 25c Choice Fresh Vegetables--Srnshrooms, Egg Plants, Celery Hearts Broccoli, Green Beans, Pens, Endives, Spinach, Parsley, Peppers, Young Onions, Radishes, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Turnips Beets Cauliflower, f^eaf Lettuce. Head Lettuce, Celery Cabbage. Carrots. UNITED FRUIT CO. Phone 7!9 83 EAST STATE ST. Free Delivery URGES PLAN FOR FOREIGN TRADE Norris Favors Government Financed Corporation to Buy and Sell. WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. im~ Creation' of a government financed private corporation to buy and sell for cash or credit large supplies of domestic surplus farm products and industrial machinery for export, principally to Russia, was proposed to the administration today by Senator Norris, (R., Nebr.). The veteran Nebraskan put the proposition up to former Senator Brookhart of Iowa, farm administration foreign trade advisor, at a time when a conference was announced for later in the day at the white house probably bearing: on the same genera] subject. Secretary Wallace, Assistant Secretaries Phillips of the state department and Dickinson of commerce, and George N. Peek, new chief of the administration export trade' division, were called to the parley. Norris, in an interview following Brookhart's visit to his office, said there -were "great possibilities" in the proposal he made to set up the export corporation. He said Russia was ready to take large amounts of American foodstuffs, meats, cotton, lard, auto trucks, electrical machinery and tools, but wanted four or five years in which to pay for such goods and also desired to send the United States in exchange woodpulp, furs, manganese and other products. Temporary Receiver for Savery Hotel at Des Moines Is Named DES MOINES, Deo. 28. (.T)--J. B Tone of Des lloiuea has been appointed temporary receiver for the Savery hotel by Judge Herrick, who authorized him to keep it in operation. He is president of the New Savery hotel building company and the Savery House hotel company, which filed application for receivership. The application was based on a claim against the Black Hawk Hotels corporation for $118,553 rent and 523,819 for delinquent taxes under a 30 year lease signed July 1, 1929. Tone was named temporary re ceiver for the Black Hawk corporation's proeprty in the hotel. Hearing of objections to the receivorship was set for Jan. 6. FATHER FINED $100 FOR MAKING BOY, 5, DANCE IN BARE FEET CINCINNATI, Dec. 28. father was fined a total of ?100 and costs today for making his 5 year old son dance bare footed in a snow covered street for what the court called "a few lousy dollars.' The father, Raymond Miller, 31. of Newport, Ky., was fined ?50 anc costs for street begging, and ?50 and costs for abusing a child. Police testified the man was begging from passersby as the half frozen boy. danced. They found, they said, the boy's shoes and stockings and 56.21 In the father's pockets. Scalp Itched and Burned ^ Continually. Cuficura Healed. "I was troubled with my hair falling out and my scalp itched and burned almost continually. I then found there were small pimples on my scalp, and I would scratch which caused my scalp to become a mass of solid eruptions. M? hair became discolored and before long my head felt as if there were a thousand needles in it. "I tried everything, but I got worse. I saw an advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and sent for a free sample. I bought more and now J. am healed and my hair is growing." (Signed) Charles Chapman, 2153 Qelmar Ave., Granite City, 111., Feb. 13,1933? (gticur a ^Ri^ O'ytaentJSandSOc. Talcum 23c. Sold t,«,-,,c, One sample each fr«. Address: "Culietua LaborUorin. DCDt. D. Mold^o. M«i»." CARL GRUPP'S MEATS AND GROCERIES PHONE 420 LET US SUPPLY YOUK FOOD WANTS 1339 N. FEDERAL POULTRY IS SCARCE Let Us Select Your Fowl Early Pork Loin Roast gSST' lb. 12i/ 2 c lowana Ham, whole or half... lb. 16c Hamburger, lb Gc I Sausage, lb lOc Pumpkin, 2'/ 2 can lOc | Lard, lowana, 3 Ibs.... 25c Maxwell House Coffee. lb. 29c Corn Flakes, Kellogg's 2for21c Folger's Coffee lb. i3c White Front Grocery W. J, PAKROTT (owner) 211 North Federal Ave. Former Location of Plggly WIggly Store Jfo. I Kellogg's WHOLE WH'T BISCUITS, 2 pkg-. 23c Kellogg's RICE KRISPIES, 2 pkgs. .. 19c WHEATIES, 2 pkgs _ _ 23c Peerless PANCAKE FLOUR, 3«/ 2 lb. bag 17c PITTED CHERRIES, No. 10 can . .. 51c CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, No. 10 can __,51c Broken SLICED PINEAPPLE, 2 No. 2«/ 2 cans 33c Libby's GRAPEFRUIT, 2 No. 2 cans _ 29c Derby Brand GREEN BEANS, 3 No. 2 cans ..25c Country Gentleman CORN, 3 No. 2 cans 25c Cool Spring TOMATOES, 3 No. 2 cans 25c SUPER SUDS 9c OXYDOL, Ige. pkg. 21c Brazil Nuts, 2 Ibs 25c Powdered Sugar, 2 RINSO, Ige. pkg 21c Sof to Tissue, 6 rolls 25c Mixed Nuts, lb 17c Our Mother Cocoa, 2 Ibs 21c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES CRANBERRIES, 2 Ibs. _ 23c SUNKIST NAVEL ORANGES, dozen 19c POTATOES, Green Mountain, peck ... . 19c FANCY JONATHAN APPLES, 4 Ibs 25c COOKING APPLES, 7 Ibs. 25c LARGE CRISP CELERY, stalk lOc LETTUCE, large heads _ io c FRESH MEATS Decker's SLICED BACON, lb ; 20c Decker's PRESSED CHICKEN LOAF, lb 25c BEEF ROAST, lb io c BEEF BOIL, lb _.. 5 C TENDER STEAK, lb " 14 C Police Complimented for Efficiency During Christmas Shopping The Christmas season passed without serious trouble arising from shoplifters or any large thefts being reported from stores. The alertness of the local police force is to be highly compUinenf for this, according to City Manal B. H, Crofoot Thursday; Merchants in past'years have perienced losses during the holldl season. Extra precautions we* taken this year to guard againsj shoplifters but no reports wer made of their activity. Police wei-S stationed In and about somo of the larger stores of the city during thq heavy shopping days. NOSER'S SEL-RITE 316 Sot^h Federal Phone 770 OPEN SUNDAY-- 9 TO 12 A. Free Delivery Friday and Saturday Specials BUTTER, lb. _·_. v SODA CRACKERS, 2 Ibs.. . GRAHAM CRACKERS, 2 Ibs MCLAUGHLIN'S COFFEE, lb. O. K. COFFEE, 3 Ibs 10 Ibs. GRANULATED SUGAR CRANBERRIES, 2 Ibs GRAPES, 2 Ibs : BLACK TWIG APPLES, 5 Ibs "..'..,.. ORANGES, Sunkist, dozen .. . PURITY BREAD, loaf FRUIT JELL, 4 for FELS NAPTHA SOAP, 10 bars _ ""~ PUMPKIN, No. 21/ 2 can 21c 20c 19c MEAT DEPARTMENT DAX.E BLOXHAM, Mgr. Chock Roast, choice cuts Cream Cheese, pound ..................... ff X «f Pork Steak, lean, lb Boiling Beef, pound CHICKENS, 4 and 6 Jbs. average, lb STOP SHOP FOOD MARKET 128 N. Federal Phone 3721 $2.00 Orders Delivered Free *»*· Friday and Saturday Specials Butter No. 1 Fiesh Dreamery 2 Ibs 41 COCOA, bulk, very rich, 3 Ibs 25c Swans Down CAKE FLOUR, box 27c PAN CAKE FLOUR, 3'/ 2 lb. pkg., IGA 19c Sugar Cloth Bag 10 Ibs 47' BEANS, Navy and Gt. Northern, 7 Ibs. 25c TEA, A Blend Japan, iy z lb. pkg. 17c COFFEE, A Blend, 1 lb. pkg Il8c Corn Flakes - 25* LARGE KELLOGG OATS, IGA, reg. or quick, large box 14c SYRUP, IGA, golden, gal 47c SYRUP, IGA : light, gal .".49c Soap Largo Jumbo Bar P. G. 7 for CAMAY SOAP, 4 for ,,..,, I9c OXYDOL. large box 19c IVORY SOAP, medium 5c Soup Campbells Vcg. Veg. Beef Tomato 2 for _ 15 PEAS, No. 2, good quality, 2 for ............... 23c TOMATOES, No. 2, solid pack, 2 for _..19c PRUNES, medium size, 3 Ibs ......................... 25c Brooms IGA TOILET TISSUE, large roll, 4 for 23c MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, 5 lb. box 43c GINGER ALE. qts., IGA, 2 for ....... 25c OMATO JUICE, Campbells, 2 for ............ 13c Lard Pastry Tested 7'/ 2 c Hi. 4 Ibs. BEEF ROAST, prime beef, lb ....... 8c and lOc Fresh PICNIC TO ROAST, lb. _ ............... 7'/ 2 c VEAL ROAST, shoulder, lb ...................... .. . 8c HAM, sugar cured, 8 Jbs. to 15 Ibs-- lb. 12c HEARTS, nice and fresh, lb ............................ 5c Oranges GRAPE FRUIT, large seedless, 7 for ..... 25c LEMON, 240 size, extra large, 4 for ......... 19c LETTUCE, solid, crisp, 2 for ..... ................. 15c APPLES, Winesaps, 6 Ibs ...... 25c International Union Market !

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