Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 11, 1937 · Page 17
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11 · 1937 SEVENTEEN LELANDFARM HOUSE BURNED Mrs. Thompson Runs Half Mile to Call Help; Little Saved. LELAND--The house on the farm known as the Nels . Byers place, two miles south o£ town, burned to the ground Wednesday noon. The farm is tenanted by Charley Thompson. ^Mrs. Thompson was alone at Kpme when she discovered a fire oh the roof. Not having a telephone she van about one-half mile to a neighbor to call for help. Both Forest City and Leland fire companies responded, ' but the house, which was an old one, was burned down before help arrived. Mrs. Thompson broke the bedroom window and dragged out a little of the bedding and a few clothes. Otherwise all their belongings burned. A little insurance was carried on their furniture. Moar, Resident of Lime Springs, Dies LIME SPRINGS--G. J. Moar, an old resident of Lime Springs, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lute Sanborn Tuesday night. Mr. Moar had been in failing health for some time. He leaves two sons, Gilbert Moar and Lester Moar, and two daughters, Mrs. L. Sanborn and Mrs. Win Bowers and several grandchildren. Ed Beaumont Rites Held at Hitesville ALLISON--Funeral services were held Thursday at the Hitesville church for Ed Beaumont, 68. who died at the county home Tuesday. He was admitted to the home on Nov. 11, 1936. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Irene Uhlen- hopp of Kesley and Madu Galvin -of Waterloo; two brothers, L. L. Beaumont of Maiden, Washington and L C. Beaumont of Britt. Declam Winners Named. ' ALLISON--Winners 'in the high school declamatory contest held at the high school assembly were: Chris Riggert, oratorical; Dorothy Bell, dramatic; James Allan, humorous. The winners will go to Waverly in the near f u t u r e to compete. JOCK SPRDT FOOD STORES MAYFLOWER JACK SPRAT RED ALASKA Fine, firm Alaska fish. Nice for baking. Very economical. 2 1-lb.Tall Cans Fancy grade, rich in oil, distinctive flavor. Preferred, 1-lb.Tall Can FRIDAY and SATURDAY, FEB. 12 -13 CODFISH JACK Absolutely 1 Ib. SPRAT Boncless box No. 1 can Jack Sprat-- Wet 3 · · Ibs. Mayflower -- Extra Fancy, Blue Rose CHEESE · 1'kg-. Jack Sprat -- Quick or Regular S OZ. ISc 21 c se 19c lOc Jack Sprat--Quick Cooking or.Pearl . Pkg. IOC Jack Sprat MACARONI SPAGHETTI NOODLES' All Jack Sprat A pkgs. 8 ounce package 8 ounce package C A D 1^1 I fesJ BTC Cottage Brand--Packed *f* IV U \ 1^ Ei.} in Cottonseed Oil a C A B T\\ Wjj EC Crown Brand--Packed in *J^\I\ \J\ 1^ fUta? Pure Olive Oil 25c can KIPPERED SNACKS Spirit oC Norway Brand can 5c Franco Brand HERRING Spiced--Prepared from Fancy Imported Iceland Herring (Cut Up Variety) Smoked Boneless · · · No. 1 tall can 5 II). pail i». 20c Olives Jack Sprat No. 8 Jack Sprat--Plain Olives . V 19c Jack Sprat--Stuffed Flour . V $2.09 Jack Sprat--Every Bag Guaranteed Coffee . \£ "R" Brand ' HORSE SHOE GROCERY 219 North Federal Phone 209 THOMPSON-DEAN CO. 121 North FcOeral Thonc 312 CARLGRUPP 133D N'orfh Federal Phone 42ft SNYDER'S RITE-WAY fil(5 South Federal Phone 1800 WILLSON GROCERY 404 Fifteenth SI. N. W.. IMionc 211 SPAGHETTI Jack Sprat Prepared A. W. KITTO " 402 Seventh St. S. E. Phone 754 BARRETT BROS. CO. 20 Second St. N. E. Phone 43 W. S. LAWRENCE 402 Twelfth St. N. W. Phone 2137 S. P. SHAPIRO 5Z3 N. Pennsylvania Phone 2187 Chicago Meat ts Grocery 626 S. Jackson riionc 995 325 AREAS FOR GAME IN IOWA $69,156 Is Expended on Game Development in Past Two Years. DBS MOINES, (UP)--A total of $69,156.70 was expended on game development during the lasl two years, according to a report of the Iowa conservation commission. The report showed the commission now has 325 game management areas in 80 counties. These areas cover 812,562 acres and include 5,182 farms. Under the present game management plan, the report explained, individual farms are established as game management areas whereever the landowner appears sufficiently interested in perpetuating wildfire as well as providing sport. ·Many Areas Improved. Many of the areas have been nprovod through efforts of locai lortsmen interested in improving ieir own sport, the report said After application for establish- lent of a game refuge has been pproved by the game depart- nent, the area is mapped and a urvey is made of cover and food onditions and of the game pop- iation. Wherever necessary, recommen- ations are made for improvement f the environment so that wild- Friday and Saturday Ferndell COFFEE TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT 96 Size, Seedless, Dozen TEXAS ORANGES 200 Size. Sweet and QQ CREAMETTES 2 8-oz. Packages CORN, Extra Standard Pack, Cream Style, per can He; dozen Meat Department The Very Choicest Corn Fed Beef, Veal, Lamb, Chicltcns, Oysters, Joucs Sausage. Smoke Fish, Salmon and Sardines! SPECIAL, FOR SATURDAY Deckers' lowana BACON, Ib. ife can propagate under natural conditions, the report said. Sigrned Agreement Kenutrcd. If the landowner, sportsmen or jportsmcn's group agree to make iccessary improvements, a signed igreement is required by the commission which provides that hey will carry out game manage- nent practices recommended for he area. They also must agree to allow muting on the area whenever there is a surplus of game available. The conservation commission agrees that when the recommended improvements have been carried out, it will post the area with signs, affording the landowner additional p r o t e c t i o n against unauthorized hunting. Declam to Be Monday. FOREST CITY--The annual high school declamatory contest will be held in the high school assembly room Monday evening. Contestants are: Loretta Rasmussen, Dorothy Gabriclson, Lylc Gangsei, Darwin Larson, Warren Brooker, Constance Stueland, Betty Cleophas, Eva Hodson, Margaret Hanson, Eileen Field, John Drugs, Luella Moore,'Roger Peterson, Juanita Parks and Mardel Nelson. The contest will be to select winners to represent the school in the slate and county contests. STERLING GROCERIES and MEAT MARKETS NO. 1 -- NO. 2 -- NO. 3 -- NO. 4 FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY Right to Limit We Deliver $1.00 Orders MEAT DEPARTMENT " Where the Good Meat Comes From G-Whiz You have heard the expression, he is a whiz. You hove heard the expression. But have you ever tasted the whiz fish? V/ell, if you do then you can tell the' have been places. Entertains Bridge Party. MANLY--Mrs. Frank Davis entertained at a bridge party Tuesday evening, prizes being won by Mrs. W. S. Ford and Mrs. E. D. Turner. Veal Steak, Pound . . Veal Roast, Pound . . Veal Stew, Pound . . iSc G-WHIZ FISH 25c Pound 10c Minute' Steaks, Pound . . . . . G-whiz-world you 20c Veal Hearts, Pound Beef Chuck Roast, Ib Pork Chops, End Cuts, Ib.. . Boneless Sirloin Roast, Ib.. . . . . Pork Hearts, Pound . . ., lOc Canadian Style Bacon, Pound. Pork Liver, Pound lOc Beef Chuck Roast, Pound. . . . Pork Hocks, (Real) Pound. . . Fancy Boneless Smo. Ham Rolls, Pound Beef Pot Roast, Pound , Beef Boit, Pound . Bacon Squares, Sugar Cured, Ib., Fancy Summer Sausage, Ib. 20c; Hamburger (All Meat) Ib. 15c Salmon, Halibut, Haddock, Smoked White Fish, Barbecued Salmon, Blind Robins, Pickled Herring, Lamb -- Chickens -- Oysters, Solid Pack Do You Like Your Fruit and Vegetables Fresh--We Have Them Lettuce, Large Solid Heads. . . . California Navel Oranges, dozen Veg. Mix For Soup, Pkg Bananas, Fancy 4 Pounds Radishes, 3 Bunches. Parsnips, Fresh, 3 Pounds. . . . GRAPEFRUIT Texas Seedless 27c Carrots, Bunch Rutabagas, 7 Pounds. ...,. Green Onions, Bunch Lemons, Large, 6 for Celery, Giant Stalks. . Florida Oranges, Juicy, Large, doz. Sweet Potatoes, 4 Pounds 15c 39c 25c 5c Heinz Ketchup, Large Bottle. . . Hormel Chili Con Carne, Can Monarch Crab Meat ____ Oval Sardines, Can g Qgt JLJrV ·* "7« M, f V Folger's COFFEE 1-Pound Can . . . 29c 2-Pound C a n . . . 56c lOc Monarch Wet Shrimp, Can Monarch Fish Tenderloins, Can. . 20c New Texas Cabbage, Pound. Cranberries, Pound Delicious Apples, 3 for. . Monarch Fruit Cocktail, Can. . Dinty Moore Beef Stew, Can Monarch Yacht Club Tuna, Can Sardines in Oil, 4 Cans lOc 19c Ivory Soap - Pontiac -- 2 Cars A friend of mine said to me--If you win a Pontiac car that would make you two cars and that I didn't need two cars. I got to thinking about that and I think he is right. I had a couple of friends back in the old days that used to drink. Every time one of these friends had a few drinks he would hire a taxi cab and start going places and doing things. The other friend used to get drunk--he would hire two taxicabs and walk between them. As I don't get drunk ony more I don't need two cars. P. S. The old man entered the Ivory Soap Contest and here is what he wrote: Ivory Soap like Ivory Soap because--I washed my feet 20 years 090 with Ivory Soap and have not used any soap since. LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. THIS BREAD CONTAINS VITAMIN M OST children cat bread with downright enthusiasm --often in preference to Mother's carefully chosen meal. Vitcx Vitamin D Bread is made especially for such children. It has the "home-made" flavor that youngsters like, and that important extra value--the Vitamin D they need to help develop and keep strong bones and sound teeth. Unfortunately Vitamin D is almost entirely lacking in our ordinary diet. Hence the advantage of a supplementary source. Try a loaf the next time you order and see 'or yourself why its flavor is making it so popular. Mushroom Sauce, For Steaks, Can Mixed Cookies, 1-lb. Cello Pkg. Libby's Olives, Large Jar Van Camp's Pork Beans, Giant Can . . . Van Camp's Vegetable Soup, Giant Can Van Camp's Red Kidney Beans, Giant Can Rinso, Large Pkg. Macaroni or Spaghetti, Pkg.. IVORY SOAP Medium Bar . . . . 6c Giant Bar 1 Oc Libby's Sweet Pickles, Large Jar Crushed PINEAPPLE or Tid-Bits, 4 Cans Van Camp's Tomato Soup, Giant Can Chocolate Cookies, 1-lb. Cello Pkg. Libby's Dill . Pickles, Lge. Jar Monarch Stuffed Olives, Giant Jar Van Camp's Tomato Soup, Can 5c Van Camp's Spaghetti, Giant Can. , ..,. Van Camp's Hominy, Giant Can . . .,., Oxydol, Giant' Pkg.. . . . Peas, Good Grade, 2 Cans.". FREE SAMPLES -- Kraft's Demonstration -- FREE SAMPLES Featuring Bob Burns, Bing Crosby, Cheese Dinner VITAMIN D . . IS BETTER BREAD Kraft's Miracle Whip, Quarts. . Kraft's Limburger, Cheese, Pkg.. . . Kraft's Velveeta Cheese, Pkg.. . . Bulk Macaroni, 3 Pounds 19c 19c 2Sc Kraft's Cheese Dinner, Lge. Pkg. Kraft's Brick Cheese, P k g . , . . . Kraft's American Cheese, 2-lb. Box Rice, Fancy, 4 Pounds Kraft's Creamed Old English Cheese, Pkg.. . . Kraft's American Cheese, Pkg.. Kraft's Brick Cheese, 2-lb. box Longhorn Cheese, Pound MR. FARMER: BRING US YOUR EGGS--CASH OR TRADE--ANY OF THE 4 STORES

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