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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 28 1937 FIFTEEN Bat more AftP Bread for v i b r a n l lealih and energy Mason City Joins 6,000 Other Cities in Birthday Ball BIG TWIST NUT AND I C K D Raisin . . inT!"^, lOc FINE C R E A M E R Y BUTTER "Â·Â· 35c W H I T K H O U S E MILK T- ".'SnTM' 28c CALUMET" B A K I N G P O W D E R '^ 19C sliced Â· Â· 24 oz. loaf W H I T E OR WHOLE W H E A T Pan Rolls . . .","% 5c RICH A N D FULL B O D I E D CO h FEE Red Circle 2 UV39e FOI.GERS Coffee '.Â£290 9 ,^53c SAl.ADA Â·Â¥Â·-.-. Grt-tn -Jfx niai^k ^ f\ \ ea Â· in. Zvc 14 ib. 30c IO.VA Cocoa . . . %',",, 15c SUN'-N V Fl El^n COR V .Flakes.. . 3 "*X 25c L I F E B U O Y T O I L E T Soap. . . . 4 """ 22c W A S H I N G P O W D E R Rinso . . . . *U"' 19c D A I L Y EGCJ LAYING MASH ^ 78cÂ°U b $2.99 BA1LT n,u ' ''Â° ,u,.v MASH Supplement , ........ $3.19 |A,I.Y H,,.K D a j r y Feed ......... ."Jb. $2 .10 Â»A,,.r ,aa Qyster Shells ....... V 75c G R A P E F R U I T . . . 3 f o r l O c FIlESJl , (,-HISr CRU.NCIIY Carrots . . i,L. 13c Celery . . . "Â·"Â· 15c Tune in "A. P. Bandwagon," 7 to 8 P. M, Thursday, AVCCO AP Food Stores You Will Profit By Using G-G Classified Ads South A. tr Phone 1 0 1 :Â· ICLIFTON'SI North A. P. Phone 1477 100% P U R E B E E F POT Roasts i b . Lean End Sliced 17 WALL-EYED P I K E , 15 BOILING B E E F Ib. PORK LIVER Ib, Decker's l o w a n a Bacon*-'" pkg. 16 Boneless White Fillets Ib. 15 WHITING F I S H Ib. 10 HANSON TO HEAD SCOUT DISTRICT Elected Chairman of East District- of Council at Charles City. CHARLES CITY -- H e r m a n E. Hanson was elected chairman of the east district of the North Iowa council oÂ£ the Boy Scouts of America at the annual meeting of the district officers at Charles City Wednesday evening. He will succeed Martin Sar, who was elected chairman of the finance committee for the council for the ensuing year. L. E. von Berg was elected vice chairman; Horace B. Olds, secretary, and Dr. W. E. Voreck, district commissioner. Mr. Hanson also appointed Dr. A. L.. Miller as c h a i r m n i i of Ihe proRram committee; S. A. Noah as c h a i r m a n of the organization committee; .Jens Groihe, c h a i r m a n of the c u b b i n g committee; Harry Clark, chairman of the education committee, and Carl S. Nelson, chairman ol the Court of Honor. Tleporl.s were fiivcn covering the work of the past year. The district consists of five scon troops, three in Charles City, one in Rockford nnri one in Nora Springs, and n u m b e r s 103 scouts. A sea scoutship and cub pack have also been organized a Charles City. General plans for the comin; year were also made and the celebration of anniversary week Feb. 7 to 14, was planned definitely. M a r t i n Sar, former chairman ot the district, presided a the meeting. Earle K. Behrend scout executive of Mason City was a guest of honor. 3ntt Sending Money to Disaster Victims BR1TT--The Brilt chapter ot he American Red Cross, which ncludes Kanawha, Corwith, Crysal Lake and Woden, has sent in o the flood relief, $225. When the trst telegram was received ask- ng for S45, this was sent r! ince. The next telegram asked for ive times that amount. It was 5 ent in a few hours. Any amount collected over that will be sent at once. Mrs. J. F. Victoria is chairman of the west half of Hancock county. Fire Truck Burned. PRESCOTT, (IP)--Prescott'K nev /ire truck, driven only 130 mile: was destroyed in a fire whic na.cd two buildings here. Storms Raging Over Europe Claim Toll of 52 Lives at Sea LONDON, (A 5 )--Storms r a g i n g icross Kurope from the North sea n Gibraltar claimed a toll of 52 ires at sea Thursday. T h i r t y men were believed los ibroad Ihe French Irawler, Lor- ;tlc, and 10 on the British trawler, Amethyst, both of whicl flashed distress signals. Hnpc WIIF abandoned I h n t either ship couk remain afloat. The crew of four on the tug Toxtcth was reported drowned ii the Mersey river, near Liverpool when the c r a f t capsized whili towing the liner Pegu from it dock. Lloyds reported the DutcV steamer, Jongc Jacobus, sinking off the Portuguese coasl. Her crev was said to have taken to life' boats. Mrs. W. H. Hoffman Services Held Here Funeral services for Mrs. W. \. Hoffman, 62, who died suddenly Sunday morning at her ionic, 714 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, from heart disease, were held at the first M. E, church Wednesday afternoon with he Rev. C. E. Flynn, pastor of .he church, in charge of services. Mrs. Bertha Patehen presided at (he organ and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Williams, accompanied by Mrs. Herbert Wagner, sang. Surviving Mrs. Hoffman are her husband, three children, Mrs. Wallace Peterson, Sleepy Eye, Minn., H. M. Hoffman, Des Moines, and Mrs. J. M. Horn, Mason City, and seven grandchildren, two sisters and three brothers. Pallbearers were R. B. Irons, 1. G. SchoemaUer, Ray Oulman. U. W. Dims, Vcrn Ryan and W a l ter Dnvis. B u r i a l was al Memorial Park cemetery. "UNMATCHED RIC1INKSS O F FI, AVOn--AM) T H E GLASS .TAIl IS G R A N D FOR. CANNING OR PANTRY USE." Use the G-G Want Ads C H I R O P O D I S T Successor to Dr. J. D. Rectcr 31G 1st. Nat. Bk. Bids. I'll. 331 Although Mason City's President's 1al! will lie only one nf more than 5,000 similar celebrations held Saturday, the night of President Roosevelt's birthday, it promises to he one of the best in the middle west. From the 5,000 or more celebrations throughout the land, it is believed upwards of SI,000,000 Â«ill be contributed to (he Warm Springs foundation for (lie treatment of victims of infantile paralysis. Seventy cents of every dollar raised will be retained in Mason City to be used in the care and cure of sufferers from this dread disease in this county. Mason City's championship high school band will open the program with a 45 minute concert, which will be followed by a full floor show, from 8 o'clock until !). Dancing will be iesun at 9 and continued u n t i l 10:30 when a second complete floor show will be stuped. Iowa Girl, 10, Misses Own Birthday Supper CRESTON, (/P)--Playmates ale 10 year old Patty Bells birthday supper without her. While they were eating Patty was at the hospital receiving treatment for a broken leg suffered in a coasting accident during the birthday party. To All Who Suffer From Acute Attacks Asthma-Bronchitis Persistent Coughs Two or three doses of the Famous BUCKLEY'S M I X T U R E in sweetened hot water nnri sipped slowly just before retiring usually ensures a rcstf'-il night's sleep. Â· Asthma-Bronchitis sufferers enjoy a ctHifihlesK night; y o u ' l l sloep sound and wake refreshed if you w i l l be just wise enough to do this before you po to bed. Note--While n U G K M v V S if, not offered as n cure for "Asthma or Bronchitis it w i l l filve inimeiiinte relief from that choking, gasping strung tor breath, I t l l C K L F . V ' R M I X T U R E in sold by n i l goort (Iruunists ')" a RtiarnnU't! of l u l l M.illsfncllcm or your money back. H Â« K table Drug Co. 100% PURE BULK THEY GO FISHING THE STREETS Writer Tells of Trip Coast Guard Launch in Louisville. K V E R Y n,VV A B A H R A I N D A V -- B U Y FOR LESS AKI S A V E Friday ond Saturday Specials V!F. IIAMD1.F. U. S. INSPECTED MF.ATS ONLY Smoked, Pure Pork, Country Style . . Ib. iSc Smoked, Shankless 4-6 Ib. Average D PORK HEARTS, Pound PORK HOCKS, Pound PORK LIVER, Pound Fresh Ground Hamburger and Sausage Home- Made Â· Corn Fed Leg-o'-MuUon, I b . . , , 1 Oc Shoulder Roots, Ib Be Chops Steaks, 3 Ibs, 25c Stew, Breast, Ib.. . '. . . . 5e Braunschweiger Summer Sausage Liver Sausage Bologna Minced Ham POUND Wieners 15 Select Center Cuts; Loin, Pork Cutlets, Ib.. . Chops, Steak, Ib.. Little Pork Link Sausage, Ib.. . . Q u a l i t y Ib. 18c . . . 20c , . , 2 0 c 18c Decker's Corn Fed Baby Beef Steak Tender, Juicy Sirloin, Short Cuts 5-POUND BOX BRAINS BEST BUY OLEO, Ib.. BACON, 1-lb. Pkg. Fresh Dressed .15c Corn Fed Pot Roast, Ib . 13c Short Ribs, Ib lOc Rolled Rib Roast, ib.. . 19c Boneless Stew, Ib.. . . : 1 5c WHITING, 3 pou.nd.s. ,.. Baby Beef Quarters Front, 50-60 avg., Ib.. . Hind Quarters, pound NECK BONES, PIG'S FEET, BACK BONES, BEEF BOIL, 6 Ibs, 4 Milk Pocket Roast, Ib Steak, Ib Stew, Breast, Ib Roast, Ib Fed OYSTERS, Quart , IPLEASE SHOP EARLY--AVOID THE BIG AF^RNOON RUSH! in By EDWARD ,T. . LOUISVILLE, Ky., ((P)-- On (he main street ot Louisville, in the hcnrt of the blue grass' beautiful derby town, people were f i s h i n g -from second story windows for food with 20 foot poles, baskets tied to the ends ot them. 3t was the weirdest sight I've ever seen, this heart oC Louisville under 15 feet of water, bright sunlight, streaming warmly down on a fantastic world ot eddying muddy water with houses, factories, h o t e l s , warehouses, growing up out of this strange surface. There were stores filled wiih food, and yet 20 feet away people were starving. There was nothing but a vast world of water, and still people were choking with thirst. You had to see it to believe it. Start From Platform. We started out from a pontoon platform at Eighteenth street and Broadway in the good ship, "Port Huron," a coast guard launch from the Great Lakes, towing a his lifeboat manned by stevedores from New York, lo gel a shipmenl of bread and milk for the hungry sufferers of flood lorn Louisville. Straight down Broadway we chugged, headed across the devastated west end section of (he city where the raging Ohio is attempting to cut a new bed for itself, now that it has all but torn Louisville in two, where suffering has been greatest, death tolls highest in a country where both now are commonplace. You have to duck the trolley car wire down the middle of the street as the boat passes under it. The wire, dead as the lighting system, the water p u m p i n g works the gas heating supply, is dangerous only that it might cut youi head o f f . It is noxv only f o u r ot five feet above the water. Siffht SubmerEcd Trucks. There are lookouts sighting submerged trucks ahead. It was along this crazy waterway only a few hours before that a powerboat ripped out its bottom scraping over n big truck that had been caught in (he rising waters. Underneath the surface, far loo f a t down to see, are thousands ol passenger cars, 'resting s t i l l jus where they stood when the mighty Ohio swept miles above its normal banks. You pass a cigaret factory at 30th street, then one after the other some of the biggest whisky distilleries in the south. They stand deserted in the water, like great misshapen houseboats. Then come a string of two story frame houses, once a drab white, now daubed with the mud of the opulent river. Windows pop up, heads bob out, both men and women. "Hey, where you bound, sailors?" Everyone yells back. More windows- pop up. People run out on t h e i r second story porches, just above the waterlinc, As! for Ciearels. "Got anything to eat? Any cigarets? When are they coming 'or us? Hey sailors, take us Â·Uong!" But we're supply boats, on a mission for milk that thousands oÂ£ babies and children need desperately in the refugee camps on ihe highlands back from the Hood; bread for the battered, hungry grownups who are rationed to the bone. A few more blocks ahead is our goal, a railroad siding at the end oÂ£ the deep water at 30th and Garland. There are five boxcars, standing up fo their axles in the muddy flood, but water hasn't touched the precious cargo packed in right up to the roofs. The sailors tell me the food has just come in from Chicago. But just a hundred feet or so short of the siding, is the strangest sight of all. On both sides of '.he street are grocery stores, drug stores, fruit stores, their windows smashed in by the weight of. the waters. Edibles in Windows. In the windows of the food stores are piled edibles of all kinds. Much of the stuff has floated away. And from the second story porches of houses clustered around, men gaze hungrily into the water, holding long poles with baskets tied to t h e ends, spearing as you would net for fish anything with an eatable look that drifts by. They h a u l in t h e i r "lines," vvafch us, and yell like the others. Their eyes never leave us as the longshoremen p u l l up to the boxcars, and in scarcely any t i m e at all, load the supply boat until it sinks to the gunwales. We start back. It's againsl regulations, but how are you going In get by those d r a w n , bewhisk- crcd sufferers? We toss t h e m loaves ot bread, promise we'll be sending relief right back. Discharged Helper Sought for Beating Albert Lea Farmer ALBKUT LEA, Minn., M) Sheriff Helmer C. Mylire said he was seeking Leonard Gade, a discharged f a r m helper, for an attack on Lawrence Cipra, prominent f a r m e r and two other workers on the farm. He said Cipva was nr;ir death from a beating w i t h an iron bar; Reuben Mollcr, his hired man, was s u f f e r i n g from a possible fractured skull and Mrs. Sarah Johnson, the cook, was being treated for frozen legs and other injuries. She ran a mile to a neighbor's house for aid. Myhre said said Gade was discharged several dnys ago at Mrs. Johnson's request, because of his unwelcome attentions to her. He returned to the farm Wednesday night, beat her when sho refused to leave with him, and attacked the two men. Bancorporation '36 Earnings Reported MINNEAPOLIS, (ff) -- The Northwest Bancorporation and a f f i i i a l e d banks Thursday reported opcraling earnings for Ifl.tfi. nf Â£3,332.014, a decrease of S(ir5,05fi from 1935. Gross earnings of the Bancorporation and its a f f i l i a t e d banks increased J.358,6'16, or 17 per cent over 1035. LET US SAVE YOU MONEY Drive Over to Our New Location at 512 F i r s t Street S. W., Where There is P l e n t y of Parking Space. We Quote Below a Few of Our Many B a r g a i n s . Come--Get Them While They Are Hot, or Phone Us -- 1 1 2 - 1 1 3 - 1 1 4 . Free D e l i v e r y . FLOUR Omar Flour, 19 Ibs SI.Of) Sunbeam Flour, 4D Ibs. . . ?].S9 While Flour, 5 Ib. sack ... 28c Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs 28c Graham, 5 111. sack 28c Whole Wheat, 10 Ib. sack . . .I8c Corn Meal, 5 Ib. sack . . . . Z.Tc Crushed Wheat, 5 Ib. sack 3!)c Xmas Candy a a 9 PINEAPPLE No. 2 Cans Bob White DRIED FRUIT Raisins, 2 Itis. l!)c Currants, 2 pkfrs. 25e Prunes, 2 Ibs. lar^e ...... 2nc Prunes, 3 Ibs. inert 25c Peaches, per Ib l!lc Apricots, per Ib 2"c Fins, Package lOi: nates. 2 Ibs I9c Dates, p i t t e d , 2 Ibs 2; Peas, Pork Beans, Carrots, Spaghetti, Kidney Beans, Hominy, Mix. Veg., c a n . . 5c G e l a t i n e AH Flavors 6 Pkgs. MISCELLANEOUS Pop Corn, 2 Ibs 25c Tapioca, Pearl, 2 Ibs. 25c Table Salt, 10 Ibs 1 5c Tapioca, Fine, 2 I b s . . . 25c Fancy Onions, 3 I b s . . . 1 Oc Pinto Beans, 3 I b s , . . . 25c Mop Sticks, each 1 Oc Pearl Barley, 2 Ibs.. . . 25c Jams, jar lOc Split Peas, per Ib lOc Pels Naptha Soap, bar 5c Macaroni, 3 Ibs 25c Von Camp's Beans, Spaghetti, 3 Ibs 25c 4 cans 25c Noodles, 1 Ib 15c CATSUP Tobasca Flavor 2 Bottles FRUIT-GEL, All Flavors, 6 pkgs. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, large can Arm Cr H a m m e r SODA, 3 p k g s . . . COFFEE, Hills Bros., Ib. can . . . Marshmallows, 1-lb. pkg Brooms.-. . . 39c, 49c, 59c Lux Soap, 4 b a r s . . . . 25c Ginger Snaps, Ib 1 Oc Peanut B u t t e r . . . 1 Oc, 25c Fig Bars, 2 Ibs 25c Napkins, 100 in pkg. 1 Oc Head Lettuce, ea. 5c, lOc Celery, large 1 5c Hominy, large c a n . . . lOc Corn or Peas, c a n . . . . 1 Oc 15e Corn or Peas, 2 cans 25c Spaghetti, large c a n . . 1 Oc Kidney Beons, Ige, con 1 Oc Tomatoes, No. 2 cans lOc Oil S A R D I N E S 5 Cans 15c Hormel's SOUPS 2 Cans Salad Dressing Full Ql. .far All Kinds -- Priced Right Cookies, per Ib. 19c antt 3.1c Grailr Honey, per cake ..... 19c Pineapple, 3 c a n s . . . . 25c Vamlla, 8-or. b o t t l e . . lOc Tuna Fish, can 1 5c 25c SWEET C I D E R , per gallon . . F A R M E R S Brine; us .your cess. We pay lop prices ami savr y n n on your Groceries as well. SMOKED SALT 10 Ibs 75c Kraft's Miracle Whip, quarts . . . Brookficld an Corn Country BUTTER, pound T"C X I'anny 1 t A H.llk Green, per Ib.. . 25c Black, per Ib.. . 35c COCOA 0,'iX 2-lb. can 1 5c TOBACCO P. A., Kentucky Club, Velvet or Union Leader, per can . . Get Your Cigarets Here Fresh Roasted Peanuts, 2 Ibs. 25c CANNED FRUITS Peaches, large c a n . . . 15c Apricots, large can . . . 1 5c Pears, large can . . . . . 1 5c Fruifr, for Salad, can. . 1 5c LIVER Pork Lb. lOc Beef Lb. 18c 15c Pumpkin Qt. Can We Are as Close as Your Phone 3 Phonei 112, U3, 1 1 4 F R E E D E L I V E R Y 512 First Street S. W.