Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 12, 1936 · Page 17
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 12 1936 SEVENTEEN Thought of Providing; Wild Life Cover From Waste Spaces Stressed DES MOINES--Many junior groups including 1-H clubs, Boy Scouts and Future Farmers of America, are organizing plans to help with the spring planting on the farm. With them are co-operating conservation officers and conservation organizations. Now is the time to prepare for next winter, the conservation commission urged. Here is how it is being done. Every farm has a certain amt-jnt of land considered as waste. Often it is on the south side of a wind break or on a south slope which makes it ideal for game purposes. It is in these waste places where a small patch of corn, cane, soy beans or other food is to be planted anil left standing for the birds next winter. The · boys are looking over the farms with the farmers and co-ordinating their plans with those of the farmers to utilize the waste land for this pur- " J E R R Y " ' SNYDER'S F O O D S T O R E PHONE 1800 616 SO. FEDERAL TRU-BLU PANCAKE FLOUR, , 3!/ 2 -lb. bag 13C MAGIC WASHER, large pkg 19c 2-lb. Box SALT 6c HEINZ KETCHUP large bottle 19c COMPARE THE PRICE OF THE COOKING FAT YOU ARE USING WITH CRISCO ·· CRISCO 3 Ib. can * lib. can 59c 21c THE DIGESTIBLE -'SHORTENING Bulk MACARONI SPAGHETTI 3 Ibs. 25c LONGHORN CHEESE pound 19c pose. Conservation officers and conservation organizations are arranging for the seed and the boys will do the planting. The thought behind the whole plan is to have the food on the land and in available places when next winter's snows make travel and transportation difficult. Three species of waterfowl--Uic white pelican, giant blue heron, and black-crowned night heron--face extinction unless immediate steps are taken to save them. Their precarious situation is reported by the department of agriculture.--United States News. BUY DECKER'S MEATS Butter-Nut Coffee Drip and Kejjular Grind Redeem Your Butter-Nut Coffee Coupons Here 29c JUST HITS THE SPOT! FOLDERS Foiger's Coffee, Ib. 29 FREE SILVERWARE Packed with HASH'S Toasted COFFEE A Knife with *«« 4 Mb. jars, per Ib. *TM C A Spoon attached to each 2-lb. jar, A Fork attached to eachj-lb. jar. CARL GRUPP'S QUALITY FOOD MARKET Phone 420 1339 North Federal Let's Celebrate Buy Decker lowana Sliced BACON, 1-lb. box Decker's Pure LEAF LARD, 2 pounds... Armour's Corned BEEF HASH, pound c a n . . 27c id iSc Decker Week 's Products Vacuum Cooked HAM, 1 Ib., 14 oz. can Decker's Milwaukee LIVER SAUSAGE, Ib.. . . Decker's Chili CON CARNE, 2--14 oz. cans. . Q A \7E! Fi " Your Paim y Shelves With DA V JCii "R" Grocer Vegetable Specials ISc Choice Pot ROAST, Ib. Barbecued RIBS, Ib... 29c Veal Shoulder ROAST, Ib.. Grupp's Pickle HAM LOAF, Ib. California Fancy t Large Pkg., 1 Small Pkg. DREFT COHPflRE THE OF THE MAGIC WASHER 1 Bar Protex Free Large 3 L 5 9 c SPECIAL MINN. RTJSSETT POTATOES Peck 100 Ibs. 29 C $ 1 55 JONATHON (4 ? APPLES, bu. *L' GARFIN GROCERY Phone 628 423 3rd N. E. BROKER EXPECTS TO DIE IN PRISON Held in Cook County Jail 3 Years on Contempt of Court Charge. CHICAGO, (.P)--Imprisoned in the Cook county (Chicago) jail for more than three years on a contempt of court charge based on his failure to satisfy a $45,000 judgment, Raymond E. Prochnow, 39, former investment broker, said Thursday: "It looks as if I'll have to perish here." Prochnow was jailed in 1932 by Judge Thomas Taylor when he failed to turn over funds he was alleged to owe the estate of Attorney William Garnet. Judge Taylor retired in 1933. Prochnow said lawyers advised him no other judge could assume jurisdiction and free him unless the contempt charge was relieved by payment of the judgment. WouU Like to Fay. "Jf I had the $15,000 'that was demanded of me I would gladly pay it," Prochnow said. "But I haven't. If they'll let me out of here I'll try to earn money and pay installments on the debt until it's cleared up." Unsuccessful in several attempts to be freed on writs of habeas corpus, Prochnow filed a petition with the Illinois appellate court, asking liberty on the ground that if released he would have earning power and could undertake payment. "That petition has been passed for several terms," Prochnow said. "I have reached the end of my legal rope." "Forgotten Woman." Prochnow's case parallels that of Mrs. Daisy Tegtmeyer, 50, known as "the forgotten woman of the Cook county jail." She was sentenced for contempt two years ago when she did not remember what she did with $30,000 claimed to be part of the estate of her father-in-law, Henry Tegtmeyer. She was a trustee of the estate. Judge Michael Fcinberg described her as "her own jailer" because of her refusal to disclose the disposition of the funds. Ottumwa and Newton Youths Win Speaking Honors at Iowa City IOWA CITY, W)--John Lancey of Ottumwa and Earnest Smith of Newton held top honors in the southwestern district high school oratory and extemporaneous speaking contest. Lancey captured first with the original oration, "Crime th« quick-digesting · shortening · 1 ib. can 21c 3 EVIA MEAT GROCERY Phone 581 538 6th S. W. FEDERAL PACKING CO. Phone 746 We Deliver $1 Orders 213 N. Fed. Aye. STEAK BUY DECKER'S MEATS DECKER'S, Round, Sirloin · · Ib. 18c Prime Beef (Decker's) ROAST, .pound . Pork Shoulder (Decker's) ROAST, * « pound JLOV Fresh Side PORK, Ib... ISc M. C. Beet SUGAR 10-lb. Bags . 3 Ib. can ^ lib. can 59c 21c OICESTIBIE Gold Medal ^SHORTEKINS FLOUR 49-lb. Bag Prime Beef (Decker's) pound A«V Lean Pork (Decker's) CUTLETS, | m pound 11 / 4» FRESH FISH OF ALL KINDS YOUR GROCER IS AN EXPERT ON FOODSw SHORTENINGS , RISCO See What He Says About See The Display of Crisco at The Following Stores; "Crisco costs you less in the long run." BUEHLER BISHOP. a "Crisco pays for itself with better foods." W. S. LAWRENCE GROCERY. 0 "Crisco, the only shortening you need." CARL GRUPP. « "Crisco rakes the regret out of eating fried foods." SUDDARTH GROCERY. * "Crisco--The best quality shortening in anyone's kitchen." LEADER GROCERY. · "So easy to use for all cooking." WILLSON GROCERY. @ "The can keeps the goodness in." SAM RAIZES. O "A wonderful help to all cooking." MARSDEN MARKET GROCERY. e "Crisco is easy on your pocketbook, your time, ar.d your digestion." EVIA MARKET. · "At any price, Crisco is a bargain for all frying, cokes and pastry." CHICAGO MEAT GROCERY. 9 "Crisco digests quickly," so MORRIS FOOD STORE. 9 QUALITY GROCERY exclaims, "Tastes so good itself, other food tastes better cooked in it." « "You can't find a creamier, purer shortening," enthuses GOVIG GROCERY. "Crisco is the one real bargain in quality shortening." UNITED FRUIT. e CUT RATE GROCERY says, "Sealed in a can, you know it's pure." · STERLING GROCERY advises, "At this price use it for all baking and frying." e "The best French fried potatoes you ever tasted were fried in Crisco," remembers H. G. HAWKINS. * THRAVES MARKET suggests, "Use the 3-lb. can for a!! cooking and baking." 4» THOMPSON-DEAN COMPANY--"The more frying you do, the more you need Crisco." e BARRETT'S knows that "Crisco keeps good in all temperatures." e HORSE SHOE GROCERY insists, "Best pie shortening ever." e "Thrifty women are using more Crisco than ever." FEDERAL FRUIT. 9 "It's o real value at today's price," shouts the NATIONAL FRUIT. · WM. GARFIN GROCERY knows: "You save by buying the best." » J. KROPMAN GROCERY offers: "A quality shortening qt an economical price." 9 "Use it for all cooking, baking and frying," says SNYDER'S RITE-WAY STORE. CRISCO $10,000 CASH CONTEST Ask any of the above dealers how to win one of the 535 cash prizes and Punishment," here Wednesday night, and Don Krambeck of Davenport placed second. In extemporaneous speaking Bill Rivkin of Davenport placed second COMPARE THE PRICE OF THE COOKING FAT YOU ARE USING WITH CRISCO · · CRISCO 3 Ib. can * lib. can THE DIGESTIBLE ·'SHORTENING 59c ATLAS Phone 4(!5 21c MEAT AND GROCERY 629 Gth S. W. to Smith. Contestants from Fort Madison, Davenport, Iowa City, Ottumwa, Washington. Oskaloosa, Muscatine, Burlington and Newton, were represented. COMPARE THE PRICE OF THE COOKING F A T Y O U A R E USING WITH CRISCO ·· ^'Ll^ THE DIGESTIBLE -'SHORTENING CRffl 3lb can*lib.can 59c 21c TTAWKTN«; MBAT MKT -i-A-i*- T » Am.J.J.10 A'J) GKOt'KJIlT 1003 East State Phone 174G fHOMPfUN-DEAN ft ·SB 1 SIRVII I IROIIRS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Foiger's Coffee Pound 29c; 2-lb. cans . 56c .the quick-digesting · shortening * 3 Ib. can 59c GRAPEFRUIT Fancy Florida Seedless, 5 for. 25c ORANGES Fancy Sunkisr, 200 size, dozen. . EXTRA SPECIAL -- TOMATO JUICE 28C College Inn No. 5 Can. Libby's 13'/2 oz. cans, 3 cans Dozen 97c MRS. GLANVILLE'S HOME-MADE BREAD MRS. ROGERS' HOME-MADE PIES, CAKES, COOKIES, ROLLS, NUT BREAD, DOUGHNUTS. Jell-0, All Flavors, 5 for 25c Ritz Crackers . . . ' . . . . . 23c Garden City Cleaner, special 45c Wall Paper Cleaner, 3 cans 27c Kraft Cheese Demonstration All Day Saturday MEAT DEPARTMENT Beef Roasts, Chuck, Ib... ISc Select Corn Fed Select Beef -- Fancy Veal -- Spring Lamb Fresh Killed Heavy Chickens Fish -- Jones' Sausage -- Cold Meats · \ THRAVES 401 North Federal Ave. FREE DELIVERY Food Market Phone 668 SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY COMPARE THE PRICE! OF THE COOKING FAT Y O U ARE USING WITH CRISCO-. [RISK 3!b.can THE DIGESTIBLE -'SHORTENING BEET SUGAR Ib. Cloth Bag I PRUNES, 40-50 Size Pounds 49 M in Cello ii GRAPEFRUIT Fancy Florida DREFT I Large Pkg., 1 Small Pkg... 23c GRAPEFRUIT, Del Monte 2 No. 2 «%f .*, Cans 2§C PEACHES, No. 10 Can 43c 2 No. 2V4 *C« Cans JOC Jack Sprat Brand Soap Flakes, Clean Quick, 2!/2-lb. pkg. 17c BONELESS VEAL ROAST The Best, «·»»_ Pound 63C BEEF CHUCK ROAST, Choice, Ib. BOLOGNA, Ring, Pound Boned Rolled RIB ROAST Choice, «""^ t Jf "fc E* pound . . . aaj^ VEAL CHOPS, «« pound ««JLC CREAM CHEESE. Colby, Ib LARD, 100% Pure, 2 Ibs 27 PORK CHOPS, End Cuts, Ib.. . Pork LOIN ROAST, End Cuts, Ib BUTTER-NUT COFFIE Redeem Your Coupons Here Pound Can 29' 2 Ibs.

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