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March 15, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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MARCH 15 i 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZKTTE NINETEEN W. J. Reeve, 89, Former Popejoy Resident, Dies POPEJOY, March 15.--W. J. Reeve, 89, died at his home at Eugene, Ore., Tuesday. The Reeve family formerly resided here for many years after coining from England. Surviving are two daughters, Edith Reeve of Eugene and Mrs. Anna Campbell of Delta, Colo., and two sons, Frank Reeve of Eugene and Charles Reeve of Popejoy. The latter has gone to attend the funeral. Mary Jane Lukas Wins Spelling Contest Held for Garner Students GA'RNER, March 15.--Mary Jane Lukas, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Lukas, won the spelling contest at the Garner grade schools Wednesday afternoon. Mary Jane is a seventh grader. Edna Viken and Betty Zlesmer of the eighth grade won second and third places respectively. C. H. Tompkins was in charge of the contest. All students from the fourth grade took part. numbers Will Meet WATERLOO. March 15. UP)--The annual convention of the Iowa Master Plumbers association will be held here .March 21. J. J. Calnan at Chicago, vice president of the National Association of Master Plumbers, will be one of the principal speakers. FDRYDUR PLEASURE AND PRO F IT ----- A gre«t new Sunday evening program, unt to you by your local Rik«-W«y Store! We won't try to describe it in glowing wordt... listen in ... you'll like it! It's entertaining... the Jack Spr»t Melody Men «nd Robert McSrew't Orchestra provide delightful harmonies. There'll be a new guest artist, an accomplished entertainer, every Sunday evening. Mrs. McDonald, of the Rite-Way Test Kitchen, iddj instructive feature:. Good entertainment, and practical information. B» among the audience, won't you? 'RITE-WAY MUSICAL ^ REVERIES' RADIO f STATION WOC-WHO] 6:00 to 6:30 P.M. Every Sunday Cvchint FOOD STORES MASON CITY DIVISION FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY MILK Jack Sprat Pure Evaporated Tall l\ t 17 Cans Oforl I C Friday and Saturday Only JACK SPRAT PEANUT BUTTER ^ 22c Fresh Ground--No Excess Oil CAKE FLOUR JACK SPRAT Regular Package Assures Fine Cakes SARDINES Special Values Effective FRIDAY, March 16, to THURSDAY, March 22 Admiral. Packed in Oil VA Size Cans 6 for 2 3 A HEAVY, DURABLE, lOc Tea Strainer and 1 Regular 25c Package R Grocer Tea (GREEN OR BLACK) BOTH FOR EVERGREEN CORN GOLDEN CORN Mayflower PARSNIPS RED SALMON SARDINES VEGETABLE SOUP Jack Sprat Extra Sweetened No. 2 Cans No. 2 Cans 25C Jack Sprat--Quar- No. 2 tered Ready t o F r y · · · « » · C a n Jack Sprat--Fancy- Alaska Sockeye Mayflower--Packed in Mustard or Tomato Sauce Tall Found Can Found 4 AA Can IOC Sunshine Brand No. 2 Tall Can for 25c Macaroni Spaghetti Noodles JACK SPRAT Your Choice ^ Mfl 3 pkgs. i y -Kids! This iveek ONLY. Jack Armstrong offers a picture of himself or Betty Fairfield, for one Wheaties Silverware Side Panel. Or, for two side panels, you can get both pictures, plus a third picture of Betty, Jack and "Arrow Champ." 2 pkgs. Pancake Flour 8 £nftag 20c Jack Sprat--Self-Rising Syrup .. . . "»£' 15c Mayflower--Cane and Maple Both for 29C R GROCER LB.BAG Coffee 15c Our Most Popular Blend R GROCER * 9 ^ SACK Flour $*·** 241/2 LB. SACK HIGH PATENT Jack Sprat Cooks Quickly Wheat Cereal A1;_ ,-_ Jack Sprat UllVcS Select Ginger Ale f Mayflower Breakfast VOCOd Regular 1C., Package J.UI* Selected Queens . sJPa r cak t . z. 1 7 HC Large 24 Oz. 1 P - IDC Bottles 2 Ib. 21c A Delicious Beverage - - Package Fuller's Dental Cream Magnesia ^X 1 39c pkg. 12c Bach 54C Cleans Everything--Especially Good for Grease R Grocer Brooms Starting Mash sturdy r Brfom $2.49 2 ^ 64c Ask for Free Booklet on How to Feed Chicks REDEEM PALMOLIVE COUPONS AT RITE-WAY STORES Listen for Short Announcements Concerning Special Rite-Way Ualues for the Week-End. RITE-WAY FOOD STORES YIELD INCREASED BY LIMESTONE Waverly Farmer Report* on Increase in Crops by Aiding Soil. AMES, March 15.--George ChriB- tophel, farmer near Waverly knows the value of applying limestone to slightly acid soil In order to increase the yield of corn an acre. He found it out working in cooperation with H. R. Meldrum, soils specialist In the Iowa State college experiment station. For the last 17 years Mr. Christophel has heen cooperating with Iowa State in fertilizer experiments. Yield Greatly Increased. Experiments conducted on his Bremer county farm show that, on an average, the application of manure and limestone increased corn yields 18.1 bushels an acre. Applying manure alone increased yields 9 bushels an acre. The experiments were run. on a Carrington loam In a rotation of corn, oats and clover. The application of rock phosphate and superphosphate in addition to manure and limestone failed, on this land, to increase corn yields appreciably. The same was found true when a complete commercial fertilizer was applied. Helps Other Crops. Manure and limestone increased the average yield of red clover and timothy ,36 tons an acre, while ma nure, limestone and rock phosphats increased the yield .67 tons an acre Application of super-phosphate in creased the'red clover and timothy yield .89 tons an acre. Commercia fertilizer boosted yields 1.2 tons an acre. Mr. Meldrum says that limestoni sweetens the soil so that heavie crops of clover may be raised. Thi in turn boosts corn yield. File for Offices. DUMONT, March 15.--The fol lowing ticket has been filed fo GETS CUSTOMS JOB Mrs. Beruico SI. Pyke, democratic n a t i o n a l committeewoman and former welfare director of Cleveland, was named collector of customs for the northern Ohio district by President Koosevelt. She Is believed to be the first woman to hold such a post. (Associated Press Photo). town election March 26: Mayor, J M. Manifold: councilmen, F. C Whitaker, Carl Meehan, Stcv Piper, Will Stock and J. F. Pfaltz graff; assessor, Ray Boots, am treasurer, S. G. Barlow. Carl Mee han is the only new candidate t succeed F. L. Burrows on the coun cil. Submits to Operation. THOMPSON--Milton Stout, 14 son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Be Stout, living northwest of Thomp son, was operated on for append citis at the Irish hospital at Fores City Monday. This is Milton's firs year in the Thompson public schoo OWA PRESS TO MEET APRIL 6 19th Annual Convention to Be Held at Des Moines, Says CaswelL DES MOINES, March 15. UP)-'he Iowa Press association will hold .s nineteenth annual convention in es Moines April 6 and 7, Managing Director G. L. Caswell has announced. The dates were fixed at a meeting D£ the board of directors held in Des Moines. Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace has been invited to de- iver the address at the annual ban- [uet on April 6. The first day \vill e devoted to press association bus- ness and the second to discussion of he graphic arts code. Caswell also announced that the board of directors of the Iowa Press association will meet with represen- .atives of commercial printing es- labllshments from various cities and :owns in Des Moines Friday and Saturday of this week. The meeting will be for the purpose of setting up the graphic arts :ode administration for the non- metropolitan publishing and printing industries for the regional district composed of the state of Iowa. Decorah Couple Honored on Wedding Anniversary DECORAH, March 15.--Mr. and Mrs. William Hilleman of Decorah celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at their residence on Riverside avenue. Neighbors and friends surprised them on the evening of their anniversary. Mrs. Fred Elrich of Hoskins, Nebr., and Henry Hilleman of Decorah are their children. Will Give Concert. POPEJOL, March 15.--The school band will give a concert at the Methodist church on Friday night. F. T. Ellefson is the director. 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Dean's Milk, tall cans, 4 for Te Sr , 25c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs 25c Miller's Corn Flakes, large pkg He Ketchup, large bottles, 2 for 25c Peas, soaked, large can 10c Banner Oats, Ige., pkgs., 2 for 25c PRAISE FOR POLICE AND SHERIFF'S OFFICE The police department and sheriff's office used good judgment In not trying to stop the bank robbery. You take several desperate men with a few shots of coke In them, heavily armed, protected by hundreds of innocent people, it would be impossible to shoot it out with them. There were a few strangers on the outside of the crowd to protect the bandits from early range attack. You could not stack enough money In the bank to pay for one human life. Mason City should consider itself lucky that only two got hit with all the shooting going around. I would advise the police department and sheriff's office to purchase an armored car with long range rifles so that in the future you could have a chance. Because you are on officer of the law does not mean that you should hopelessly jeopardize your life. The way you were equipped you'might as well started after them with a horse and buggy. I see by the press that the bandit car drove up my alley. That would have been one tune that I would have been justified in blocking the alley but we always keep the alley open. Sterling Coal Feed Co. Protect yourself with that famous Sterling Coal. LUKE B. MILLER JACK McCOLE, Mgr. Pink Salmon, tall cans, 2 for 25c CHURCH AND CLUB NEWS Holy Family Ladies' Aid Bake Sale Saturday, March 17--Damon's Dept, Store American Legion Auxiliary Card Party Benefit, Friday, March 16--P. G. and E., 8:00 P. M. St. Joseph's Tabernacle Society Musical Program -- Free Lunch Travel With Dr. T. A. Burke Through Europe Dr. Burke Will Give a Talk on Europe Sunday, March 18, St. Joseph's Uall, 8:15 P. M. Corn Starch or Gloss Starch, 4 pkgs. 25c Pure Sorghum, small can 10c P. and G. Soap. 10 bars 2ac Oxydol, large pkg · · · · l» c Oxydol. giant size pkg 49c iKirk's or Camay Toilet Soap, bar 5c 'Red Fitted Cherries. Igc. No. 10 can 49c Monarch Yacht Club Peas, can ..... 15c Monarch Red Kidney Beans, can........ lOc Olives, large jar 25c iDill Pickles, quart jars 17c 'Kraft's Miracle Whip, qts 25c Seeds, Grass Seed, Chick Feed, Oyster Shells, Stock Salt, Block Salt Folger's Coffee, Ib. can 32c Folger's Coffee, 2-lb. can 61c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib 19c MR. FAKMEIt:--BIUNG US YOUlt EGGS--ANY OF THE S STORES--CASH OK TUADE

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