The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 22, 1934 · Page 21
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 22, 1934
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TWENTY-ONE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE RITE-WAY SPECIAL OFFERING FANCY IDAHO BAKING POTATOES, 15 pound bag FANCY SUNKIST ORANGES, 150 size, dozen _ AT THE FOLLOWING RITE-WAY STORES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Thompson-Dean Co. Phone 217 Chicago Meat and Grocery Phone 93G Morse Shoe Grocery Phone 209 Barrett Bros. Co. .. .Phone « Cozier Food Store . .Phone 180a Wlllson Grocery ..;.. Phone 241 W. S. I4»vrence Phone.2137 S. r. Shapiro Phone 2187 J. Kropman Phone 1722 A. W. Kltto Phono 754 PERMITS NEEDED BY DISTRIBUTORS Motor Vehicle Fuel Sellers Must Get Licenses by April 1. DES MOINES, March 22. UP)--All motor vehicle fuel distributors will be required to obtain distributors' licenses when the new gasoline tax law goes into effect April 1, R. M. Williams, deputy state treasurer in charge of the gas tax division, pointed out today. Williams, who will direct the administration of the new law, also pointed out that the distributors are required to forward with their application personal or surety bond of $1,000. Many are Kcturned. About 75 per cent of the bonds received so far have been returned, he said, on the basis of an attorney general's ruling that the state cannot accept a personal bond signed by some member of the distributing firm. Williams, in a letter to motor vehicle fuel distributors, also directed attention to the provision requiring- that all operators of tank wagons or other vehicles transporting motor vehicle fuel must procure a license from the. state treasurer's office. Numerous Changes Made. The new law, passed by the recent special assembly session, makes numerous changes in the gasoline tax machinery as means of stopping the "leaks" in the tax refunds. All claims for refunds received on or after April 1 must be accompanied by an .application for a refund permit. The permit, good for one year, is furnished without cost by the treasurer's office. The treasurer's office hereafter will have the duty of approving gasoline price placards which are displayed at service stations, Williams said. The placards must show the price of various grades of gasoline, the state and federal tax separately, and the price a gallon. Dr. McCulloch 1'resideiit. EAGLE GROVE, March 22.--Dr. B. E. McCulloch was elected president of the board of education Monday evening. rHmerican BRANDS From American farms, through American factories, for American homes. Note the saving- . . . and don't overlook the numerous bargains in staple table necessities. E-OWNED RITE-WAY FOOD STORES Special Values Effective March 23 to March 29--Mason City Division Specials for FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY Beans Large No. 23/5 . Can" -Jack Sprat--Packed in Elch Tomato Sauce Jack Sprat Pure White Buttons Jack Sprat Jack Sprat Thoroughly cleaned *£ CUT GREEN BEANS LYE HOMINY MUSHROOMS SPINACH TOMATO SOUP SALMON R !ra R n°r . PUFFED WHEAT PUFFED RICE COCOANUT POWDERED SUGAR Rosed ale Brand No. 2 Can Large No. 2/!. Cans 2 for 4Oz. Can Jack Sprat Concentrated No. 2 Cans No. 1 Cans Quaker Quaker Jack Sprat Long Shreds Jack Sprat--Coloring Tablets in Each Package Tall Pound Can Regular Package Regular Package * Oz - · Package 21b. Package AM JLWC SWANSDOWN CAKE-FLOUR R Grocer Sack 24'i lb. Sack $1.93 Jack Sprat Corn or Gloss WAXED PAPER STARCH LYE STARTING MASH Wrap Food in Wax ·40 Foot Roll lOc R Grocer Brand Full Strength Mayflower 100 lb. Full Pound Packages $2.49 Cans 25C GRAPEFRUIT ·Jack Sprat--Only the Hearts No. 2 Cans . Calces es %lb. SYRUP Jack Sprat Golden Large 10 lb. Can MreatNeu) Program ofMuskandtntertainment SITE-WAY MUSICAL REVERIES' WOCWH0 R Grocer A Fine Blend- Economically Priced lb. Package Chocolate Cream RITE-WAY FOOD STORES Pound Tin Vacuum Tins CRAM DESCRIBES ENTHUSIASM FOR IOWA'S AIRPORTS Many North Iowa Sites for CWA Projects Inspected by Commission. DAVENPORT, March 22. (.Pi- Improvement of a dozen Iowa air ports, creation of several new ones and the increase of Interest through out the state in aviation were among the results of the CWA airport pro gram listed by Ralph Cram, state CWA airport advisor and publisher and editor of the Davenporc Demo crat. He spoke before a meeting: of the Contemporary club of Davenport. When the CWA program started Iowa had only eight municipal airports at Davenport, Des Moines Council Bluffs, Iowa City. Muscatine, Burlington, Centerville and Waterloo, Mr. Cram said. Have Approved Projects. Now, as the CWA program is nearing completion and airport work is tapered off, the towns of Sheldon, Hawarden, Holstcin, Fort Dodge Waterloo, Manchester, Dubuque! Cedar Rapids, and Shenandoah have airport projects which stand approved by the state railroad commission, he declared. Airport sites at Spencer, Spirit Lake, Esthervllle, Mason City, Charles City, Decorah, Lansing, Monticello, Anaraosa, Clinton, Belle Plaine, Ottumwa. Creston, Leon, Denison, Algona, Columbus Junction, Mount Pleasant, Danbury, Cherokee, Mount Ayr. Greenfield, Forest City and Pocahontas have been inspected by the commission, and Cedar Falls, Sidney and Dyersville have applied for inspection. "All these cities" Mr. Cram said, "are ready and anxious to close leases and operate airports, as soon as the government can give them some of the aid which was available through CWA before the tapering- off process was begun." Receives Enthusiastic Co-operation. Mr. Cram told of the enthuiastic co-operation he and his staff received in most sections of Iowa when work of approving the airport projects got under way. He also described another CWA project under his supervision, the "air-marking" of Iowa towns which included painting of the names of towns on large roofs in conspicuous letters so that pilots who became lost may locate themselves. He said it was expected that 800 to 800 Iowa towns would be marked by May 1. Mr. Cram spoke of Dubuque as a major example of how the CWA airport program operated. Describes New Field. "For years," he said, "that cit surrounded by hills, had made u of a small and narrow field shut by cliffs, and generally accorded tl title of 'the most dangerous Iowa.'" A level island, separated from th city only by a slough was purchase by the city when it learned that fed era! assistance could be obtaine through the CWA in grading th island and making a suitable au port out of it. "After prompt approval, axe were swinging, picks and shovel were driving into the frost-boun soil, and a scraper was grading large part of the island," Mr. Cram said, "everybody in Dubuque wa happy at the approaching realiza tion of the city's long time dream. 1 Increases Air Mindedness. One.of the most valuable result of the .efforts of the program is th increased air mindedness of at leas half a hundred Iowa cities, Mi Cram declared. "If the program ends without thi development of the air fields the; have selected and approved, wi probably shall find them at some fu ture date undertaking the task o: establishing, conditioning and oper ating an airport themselves." he said. Woolstdck Township Is Winner in Achievement Day Held at Clarion CLARION March 22.--Eighty Wright county Farm Bureau women attended an Achievement day program held in the clubrooms in the library basement Tuesday. Thesr work for the year was exhibited, including five projects, commercial floor coverings, china, silver and pottery, pictures and picture hangings, slip covers for furniture and coverlets, quilts and linens. Mrs. Mary Gregg of Ames gave Woolstock township first place, and Lincoln township, second, with only one point's difference between the two clubs. Mrs. Wynne Jacobs of Forest City, district Farm Bureau committeewoman, was a speaker. Others on the program were Mrs. Louis Mechem and Mrs. Ross Mechem Lincoln township, with a piano duet; Mrs. H. C. Sirnerson, Belmond township, a piano solo; Mrs. J. E. Kirstein, Woolstock township, a talk on 4-H club work; Clarice Johnson, Dayton township, a musical drawing; Wall Lake township, a demonstration of box pleating for slipcovers. C'emctry Group Elects. NORA SPRINGS, March 22.---The Rock Grove Cemetery association officers were elected: Mrs. Mildred Drake, president; Mrs. W. D. Reed, vice president; Mrs. C. E. Garman, secretary and treasurer, Mrs. George Durant, Mrs. C. S. Chapman and Mi?s Mary Roberts are the trustees. MARCH 22 1934 Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets NO. 1 -- NO. 2 -- NO. 3 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY WE DELIVER $1.00 ORDERS WE KKSEltVE THE KIOHX TO LIMIT MEAT DEPARTMENT Decker's Beef Boil, lb 7c Deckers Loin Back Ribs, 2 Ibs 25c Decker's Beef Roast, lb. 12c Decker's Pig's Feet, 'Quart jars 25c ' Deckers Pig's Feet, pint jars 15c See Decker's Giant New England Ham Limit--One Ton to a Customer Sterling- Home-Made Bologna, lb 15c Sterling- Veal Roasts, lb. 12c Sterling- Veal Stew, lb , Sc Sterling Select Flank Steak, lb 15c Sterling Minced Ham, lb 15 C EKKS -- Chickens -- Fish -- Oysters CHEESE DEPARTMENT New York Cheese, Vintag-e 1932, lb 40c Norwegian Primost. lb. pkg 15c Liederkranz, very fine, jar 25c Borden's Chateau, 2 pkgs 29e New York Fancy Limburger. pkg 19c FRUIT DEPARTMENT Lettuce, large, solid heads 5c Celery, large, fancy stalks '. lOc Radishes, Green Onions, 3 bunches lOc Bananas, fancy, ripe, 5 Ibs 25c Grapefruit, Marsh Seedless, 6 for 25c Tomatoes, fancy, ripe, lb lOc Oranges, good size, 2 dozen 35 C Oranges, large, dozen 2ac Oranges, extra large, dozen 35c Strawberries, New Peas, New Potatoes, Cauliflower, Asparagus, Beets, Turnips, Cucumbers, Carrots, Peppers, Onions, Fresh Pineapple, Rhubarb, Sweet Potatoes. Florida Oranges, Ige. fancy, 10 Ibs. 33c Monarch Yacht Club Peas, large can 15 C Dean's Milk, tall cans, 4 for 25c Pineapple, large 2 '/ 2 can ." ] g c Otoe Spinach, large 2|/ 2 can, 2 for 25c EXTRA SPECIAL Monarch Ketchup, Ige. bottle 15c Monarch Peanut Butter, large jar Tropical Peanut Butter, large jar. 25c 25c lOc ISc 25c Peas, Soaked, large can Monarch Fruit Cocktail, can ..""."'.".'. Monarch Golden Sweet Corn, 2 cans.'. Swansdown Cake Flour, Ige. pkg. CHURCH AND SCHOOL NEWS Central Lutheran Ladies' Guild Bake Sale Saturday, March 21--Damon's Dent, gtorp Trinity Garfield Circle Bake Sale Saturday, March 24--Merkel's Dept. Store Ladies' Aid, Olivet Methodist Church May "Diamonds and Detectives"--Friday Mght, 3 O'clock Garfield School CarnlvaJ, Friday Eve., March 23 Starts 7 p. M. Music By Vances--Fun for All DeSota Toilet Paper, Ige rolls, 6 for 25c Sardines. 7 cans 25c Kildal's Imported Fish Balls, can ',". ] 9 C Monarch Yacht Club Relish, large jar.... 25c Honey, fancy, 2 combs 25c Pears, Ige. No. 10 can 35c Constructive Criticism to Washington, D. C. I notice you are going to take my advice and loan small business and industries some'money to finance their business to hire more help. When you loan this money, put In the contract that the borrower must hire some extra help ns long- as he has the loan. The last administration loaned a lot of the big boys money to revive business and what did they do--paid off their old debts and started a campaign of watchful waiting..If yon had used the quota system op. the NRA like was used to raise an army in 1917, it would have been fair to everyone and the unemployment and farm questions would have been solved. That would have left only the money question to settle. In 3917 the cost did not worry us. The theoretical side of a question is all right but it takes the practical with the theorotical to make a success of any question. What you need down in Washington Is "a man that has the theoretical and practical mind combined belongs to no party, not looking for an office or an appointment, speaks the language of the little fellow and is not afraid to drive clown the center of any question and let the chips fly. STERLING COAL FEED'CO. Burn the Famous Sterling Coal and Watch the Heal Fly AU Over the House. LUKE B. MILLER JACK McCOLE, Mjrr. Crackers, 2 lb. caddy 19c Oyster Crackers, 2-lb. caddy i i) c Cookies, about 44 in box .. ' .'."..'.'. lac Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 pUgs ' Me Crystal White Soap Chips, 5-lh. pk»: " ;j!lc P. and G. Soap, 10 bars 25 C Monarch Yacht Club Tuna, 2 cans 25c Beanhole Beans, 3 cuns Glngcrnle, large bottle .'.'.' Monarch Gelatine, 5 pkgs Monarch Cake Flour, large [ilig Pure Sorghum, gallon can Chase and Sunburn Coffee, lb. can loe Banner Oats, Ige. pkgs., 2 for 25c Clear Lake IIiitH-r, lb ·; Kenyan's Butter, Save the \\'rapper? ·.' Monarch Breakfast Coffee, lb '."lite Folder's Coffee, lb. can y c Folgi-r's Coffee, 2-lb. t a n (ji c Bliss Coffee, Hi. can 25c Early Ohio Seed Potatoes, No. 1. Block Salt ,·(),. Stock Salt. 1(1(1 Ibs .'.,'.' j;i) c Standard Oyster Sliells, 100 u* ..'..'. r9; Pilot Oyster Shells, Kill Ibs ' " 8fl c ·Jersey Cream Flour, -19-llj. lias; '.'. $l.~!) Occident Klour, 4i*-lb, hug $2.Of! Sugar, 100 Ibs. licet '..."."" $4.f» Mli. FA KM Kit:--Mrinj; us your eggs--cash or trade --:iny (if the three stores.

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