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January 28, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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yt?.^^^ EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 23 H 1937 AGED MAN DIES OF PNEUMONIA Walenliny, 91, Believed to Have Been Oldest in New Hampton. \ NEW HAMPTON-- Theodore "Walentiny, 91, died at the'home of his daughter here Wednesday from pneumonia. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, at St. Mary's church with the Rev. B. H. Forkenbrock officiating. Mr. Walentiny was believed to be the oldest resident in New Hampton at the time of his death. He was born in Wisconsin Sept. 28, 1844. For many years he lived jn Bremer county, Iowa. He was married to Anna Kessler in May, 1875. In 1899 they moved to New Hampton after spending a year in Canby, Minn. His wife died several years ago. Surviving are one son, John, of Paducah, Ky.; four daughters: Mrs. J. P. Marso of Prairie du Chien, Wis.; Mrs. Edward Boesen, Mrs. John Pitz and Mrs. Sam Boos, all of New Hampton, and 28 grandchildren. BOYS ARE STUDYING HOMEMAKING; GIRLS IN MANUAL TRAINING ' CLARKSVILLE '-- Twentyrtwo high;school boys make up a class in home making. The subjects include food, clothing, dining room etiquet and general courtesy. A girls' class of 12 has taken up manual training which teaches minor repairs about a home and the use o£ hammer and saw. . Riles to Be Friday. CLARION -- Funeral services for Mrs. James McCormick, 73 who died Wednesday m o r n i n j from a long illness, will be helc at 2:30 Friday afternoon at (lie Methodist Episcopal church. Mrs McCormick was a resident of Wright county for 60 years. '/lv .%n# WHEAT-DATA bobbed up and Having tough sledding pleasing Sn6 W©nt · your family, at breakfast? Then try W"heat«Oara--the grand new cereal sensation! Afull Bavored blend of golden w h e a t and choice p l u m p oats, \Vhent-Oata's doubly delicious, £/0?//Xnutritious.Itsticks to your ribs, gives you morning-long energy! Thrifty, too! Costs less than y z i! a serving.Sec your grocer today; Don't delay; . G I A N T SIZE (40 SERVINGS) 25 RALSTON · PACKAGE ^ JO^ WHEAT'ATA OATS AN D WH EAT - IT'S GOOD TO EAT Federal Packing Co. Phone 746 We Deliver $1 Orders 213 N. Fed. Aye. Decker's BACON, Half or Whole, Ib. Fresh Side PORK, Ib End Cut PORK CHOPS, Ib. . Sirloin STEAK, Ib Home-Made BOLOGNA, Ib 30c 18c 18c 18c I8c Pork Shoulder ROAST, Ib Spare RIBS, Ib Capon CHICKENS, Ib.. . Pork CUTLETS, Ib... . Select Beef ROAST, Ib ISc l*5c 25c i8c Uc CLARION MAN IS HURT FATALLY Joe Manga, 20, Succumbs at Webster City After Trucks Crash. CLARION--Joe Mariga, 20, of near Clarion was killed Wednesday noon -when a stock truck which he was driving collided with a loaded gravel truck, driven by Mr. Baker ~o£ Kamrar. The accident occurred at an intersection 15 miles southwest of here. Mariga, who was returning to Clarion from Webster City, was taken to a hospital at the latter place and died a few minutes later. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mi's. M. J. Mariga, and one brother, Steve. DeWalle Again Heads Howard Soil Committee CHESCO -- Township directors of the Howard county agricultural conservation association met Monday night, and re-elected L. J. DeWalle, .president; Joe Hattlestad, vice president; Hudy Bueck- manri, third member; County Agent Paul N. Payne, secretary, and Charles C. Nichols, treasurer. A training school for the committees will be held in Cresco Thursday, Jan. 28. Phone 3U SERVICE CROIERS Phone 313 Friday and Saturday Keep the family happy with our standard quality foods. Test the promptness of our delivery service by phoning your order. ORANGES, Fancy 216 Size, Sunkissed Navels, per dozen GRAPEFRUIT Texas Seedless, o o OS Size, dozen J O C CAKE FLOUR Flllsbury's, O Sno-Sheen, pkjr. £i BISQUICK a. Real Special, 07 I-artrc pkp. fj I C CRISCO 3 Ib. Can 59c . Given Farewell Party. KANAWHA--A farewell party was held for Mr. and Mrs. John KJley and family, who are leaving in the near future for Renwick, where they will make their new home. SAY-WIS COFFEE 1$ GREAT -- ITS THAT NEW SPECIALLY MELLOWED BUTTER-NUT COFFEE : We mean every word when we say, "The new ·Butter-Nut Coffee it probably the most delicious " coffee sold anywhere in America today--.at any · price." First of all, we buy the very choicest coffees imported. Then we improve them'further with our new Special MeJlowingr process -- an improved ; method of maturing and curing. This adds greatly to their richness, smoothness and meltownesi and, at the «ame lime, rids the flavor of acids com- j mon in moat coffeet. The result is marvelous! If |you would like to improve your, ability to make 'fine coffee--order a can of the new Butler-Nut. BulLerNnl I SPECIALLY MELLOWED, ·NO P A R K I N G SPACE WORRIES ATI CARL F O O D CHUFF'S STORE Phone 420 1325 North Federal Smoked Picnics Shankless, a To Bake, Ib. Ferndale CATSUP, Large Bottle ...,, .-. . M E A T DEPARTMENT Quality Corn Fed Beef, Lamlv Pork, Jones Sausage, Heavy Chickens. Mrs. FuIIerton's Canned Chicken, No. 2 Size, Boned 60cj Fancy ,, 75c Fancy Chuck Roasts, Ib .........'.. 18c lowana Bacon, 1 Ib. package ; 33c Tru-Blu Pancake FLOUR, BVi-lb. Bag Mission ORANGE JUICE," 12-oz. Bottle, 2 for Jack Sprat G R A P E F R U I T , 2 No. 2 C o n s . . . . Heinz KETCHUP, Large Bottle. ., ,. Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, 7 for. .. New POTATOES, 3 Ibs.,. New Solid CABBAGE, Ib. Minn. POTATOES, 15-lb. Pk. · · · Glass · Free, Ib. Pure Pork SAUSAGE, I b . . . Loin End PORK ROAST, fb Ground BEEF, Ib Pork CHOPS, Ib i8c iSc l^c 20c 3-lb. Can SPRY Miracle WHIP, Qt. J a r . . . .11 f IO A T I . '/, f U R E IVORY SOAP MtJtu mt lOc 7c Pot Roast Choice Cuts, Ib. The Jack Sprat Food Store Advertisement Has Many Money-Saving Values -- Let Us Fill Your Orders. F A R M E R S : We Want Your E 33 j and Poultry i P H O N E US YOUR ORDER -- WE D E L I V E R , Diamond Bros. 205 NORTH F E D E R A L I SPECIALS -- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I 205 NORTH FEDERAL Roth's P u r e LARD 2 Ib. pkg. 31c PURE GROUND BEEF, 2 Ibs. for . . 25c Pot Roasts Si. Rib Boiling Beef , . Ib.l2c . . Ib.lSc . . Ib. 20s . . H. 20C Sirloin Steak . » * Ib. 20c Rolled Rib or R u m p Pork Loin Roasts » Ib. 21c Pork Chops . . . . Ib. 2Jc Pork Liver Pork Hearts £ u ±, .......... 25c Spare Ribs Pound ·.-.mnif+vat. PORK HOCKS, IA,. Pound 1UC Pork Cutlets 35c ISc 25c lOc 2 Pounds for ,. . .- ...... ,,,, VEAL CHOPS, Pound .......... MUTTON CHOPS, 3 Pounds for ..... MUTTON ROASTS, Pound . . . . u^.. »,., Bacon Pounds Sliced . P U R E CANE 10-Pound Pkg. . . 2--1-Pound Pkgs. . . EGGS FRESH C O U N T R Y Per Dozen 21c H U B I N G E R SYRUP (In 10-lb. Pails) Rdd Label, 49c; Blue Label 47c SWEET CORN (Cream Style) Set, 2 29c Shady Side PEAS 3 No. 2 «$^«i Cans Z5C K. ond W. TOMATOES 5 No. 2 ~£- Cans 3' "KERNEL K1ST" CORN Whole Kernel Golden Bantam 2 No. 2 ' -ajgit Cans A^C TAYLOR'S CONCORD GRAPE JUICE, Pint Bottle 17c; Quart Bottle. . . , . 29c R i f r CRACKERS 1 Pound »% d _ Box 2lC PEANUT BRITTLE 2 Pounds APPLE BUTTER 38-oz. Jar 18C Baker's Cocoa . I Ib. can IJc Fig Bar Cookies . 2lbs.l9c Ovaitine . . large can 55c Flour Pillsbur ' yi B 49 £T d . $1.98 Boneless CODFISH l BP oT d . 21C CANDY Cur Rock and 100% Filled 2 Pounds 25C GRAPE JAM 4 Pound Jar FANCY CHOCOLATES, 5-Ib. Box . 69c and 89c French MUSTARD Quart Jar Reputation FLOUR Pound Bag . . . . Brilliant Coffee PER POUND 19c Black PEPPER Per Pound 19c 49 Diamond's Best FLOUR Pound Bag . . $1.85 2 "Nifeo" RED SALMON Tall Cans 39c Choice APRICOTS Pounds . . . . 33c The Soap of ta«tiful Wo/«e« B a n . . . Mo-Ca Bean Co£iee PER P O U N D 15c MACARONI or Spaghetti 3 Pounds Fancy CURRANTS Per Pound "20 Mule Team" Borax, Mokes White Clothes Whiter and Colors Brighter, Ib. pkg. I5c R E D C H E R R I E S , No. 10 Can 65c B L U E B E R R I E S , No. 10 Can . . PER POUND. Diamond's Best APRICOTS, No. 10 Can 49c APPLE SAUCE, No. 10 Can . . . B L U E CROSS TOILET TISSUE, 6^--1,000 Sheet Rolls 25c Sliced P I N E A P P L E 2 CN a°ns 2 29C Red Spot OREGON P R U N E S 2 No. ZVi . "%.? -Cans 25C Need-Mor APRICOTS 2 ( I n S y r u p ) JJP- No. 2 1/2 C a n s . . 3jC Monricello PEACHES 2 ( I n S y r u p ) ^ P f No. 21/2 C a n s . . i^C BORAXO, Cleans Dirty Hands, Keeps Skin Soft and Smooth, lorge can 15c CLEANSER Lighthouse Cans D. B. LYE Cons 2§C BROOMS (Good Q u a l i t y ) Each 27c Imported Sardines (In Olive Oil) Georgie Porgie - Large Box Tomato CATSUP No. 10 Can . . IVDRYFlAKHs Boxes Cove OYSTERS Fancy PRETZELS (Sticks) Pound IOC Sweet POTATOES Pounds 25c STOCK SALT Pound Bag OYSTER SHELLS Pound Bag.. BLOCK SALT I Pound . 4 ' Block, e a c h . . t|J "Aunt May" VANILLA lOc POTATOES, Idaho Russets, Peck 55c; 100-Pound Bag Hubbardston's APPLES 5 Pounds . 25c Bushel Basket $1.98 $3.50 Texas M a r s h ' Seedless G R A P E F R U I T for 25c BANANAS (Fancy Ripe) Pounds . 29c APPLES Idaho Delicious 4 Pounds 25e Bushel B a s k e t . . . . . $2.65 POTATOES, Wisconsin Round Whites, U. S. No. 1 Grade, Peck 45c; 100-lb. Bag $2.89

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