The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 21
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March 29, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

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MARCH 29 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-ONE Funeral of Man Who Shot Himself Is Held in Northwood Church . NORTHWOOD, March 29.--Funeral services were held here Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church for Earl Turbett, 54, who died Monday of this week at his home at Bowbells, N. Dak. Suicide by shooting is given as the cause of his death. Burial was made in Sunset Rest cemetery. Mr. Turbett was a native of this vicinity and lived in Northwood until about 32 years ago when he moved to North Dakota. He is survived by his aged mother, a brother, Roy Turbett of Bowbells, and a sister, Mrs. F. E. Winslow of Northfield, Minn. His father, T. B. Turbett. one of Northwood's Civil war veterans, preceded him in death several years ago. His mother has lived with her daughter at Northfield in recent years. Mr. Turbett was never married. Ingebretson Again Mayor. THORNTON--Melvin Ingebretson was re-elected mayor. Councllmen elected were J. F. Courtney, Martin P. Floy, John Stambach, J. R. Hemming and Carl Johnson. Paul James was elected treasurer and Albert Beck, assessor. There was only one list of candidates. f -A- \ 'Ttobadeof EASTER VALUES **«* ?F* And a Regular 12 Oz. Can RUMFORD Baking Powder (25it VALUE) VALUE for OHNX (35« VALUE) L A BIG toy, 11 inches long, II inch^ «s high to tip of its ears! Made of |d heavy durable rubber; will stand RITE'WAY FOOD STORES VJBF * rough use. Attractively colored. Mason City Division -- Special Values for Friday and Saturday, March 30 and 31 MORTON'S SALT Plain or Iodized 26 oz. for Cut Green Beans Pumpkin ^ . . Wo. 2 · cans Large No. 2',2 cans 29c f I0r Jack Sprat Salad or Horseradish Mustard Pickles Gl !" . Gelatin Dessert Baking Soda Navy Beans Vinegar Large 11 oz. bottle 2S oz. · jar 22 oz. · jar Arm Hammer · Choice Hand Picked Jack Sprat Pure Cider Quart Refrigerator bottle Found lift · package 9\r 4 ' 19c 15c - p " Grocer- Guaranteed 49 Ib. aack PALMOLIVE Good for your skin Toilet Soap Bars QUAKER OATS L pi Either regular or quick cooking PEACHES Mayflower Large Halves No. 10 can APRICOTS Evaporated Blenheims PRUNES Santa Claras 50-60 size Pounds A Large 7 Quart (25c value) MIXING BOWL and 1 Large 4 oz. JACK SPRAT EXTRACT £ 49c (45c value) R Grocer Coffee ^JSMST Chocolate Cream Blackberries Loganberries Super Suds ^ Toilet Tissue The favorite for 30 years Ib. Vacuum Tin,Ib. Large No. 10 Can Ambassador Large Rolls · Large .4 AM 10 Can *§?** 4 for 19c MreatMngramofMuskandEnterfainment ,, Mayflower ^^ITE-WAY MUSICAL REYERIESlL Starting Mash 6:30 RM. { Bo TS'ot Overlook th," Glolm-Gazfttfs FREE Cooking School . . School Auditorium Kach Afternoon on April 3, 4. 5 and 6. . at the High RITE-WAY FOOD STORES DECORAH CCCC TO BE CONTINUED Work to Start on Sewer's Spring Project; Heads Are Reappointed. DLECORAH, March 29.--Word came from Des Moines yesterday :hat the Decorah CCC camp would 36 continued, and that the camp boys would start work on the Sei- wer's spring project, which will include a fish hatchery, dam, residence "or the superintendent of the hatchery and minor buildings. Officers at Lhe camp have received word of their re-appointment for another six months. Lieut. B. C. Rogers is commandant; B. W. Packer, assistant, and R. H. Nyqeuist, physician. Visitor From Washington. FLOYD--Mr. Aske of Washington, Iowa, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Roy Stone and family. Kropman Grocery 19 Ninth St. N. E. We Deliver Home Owned Store of Quality Foods SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SUGAR, 10 Pounds - 47c EGGS, 2 Dozen - -- 25c POTATOES, Peck 19c CHOCOLATE, '/ 2 Pound Cake He POWDERED SUGAR, 2 Pounds 17c PINEAPPLE, No. 2'/ 2 Can 19c FLOUR, Very Best, 49 Pounds $1.90 MR. FARMER--Bring us your EGGS. \Ve pay IGc in trade and we arc located at 19 Ninth St. N. E.--One-half Block East off North Federal on Ninth Street FASH ions of FOOD at EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 30-Slst 15c PEAS DEL MONTE DELUX CORN CREST WHOLE KERNEL STRING BEANS JACK SPRAT WHOLE GREEN ASPARAGUS L1BBYS HAS THAT DELICATE FLAVOR PEARS MAKE A TASTY SALAD PINEAPPLE BAKED HAM IN PINEAPPLE FRUIT SALAD ·LIBBYS, FOR THAT FRUIT CUP ·-· HEINZ SOUP CREAJI OF MUSHROOJI FRUIT JELL JELLS QUICKLY - TOUE IXAVOR POST TOASTIES THE DOUBLE THICK FLAKE KAFFEHAG WE REDEEM COUPONS NO. 2 C A N , EACH \ NO. 1 CAN, GOLDEN , NO. 1 SQUARE ., UBBYS 21!. CANS MED. CANS MR. FARMER We Pay the Highest Market Trice for EGGS yr ;k - Iv 23c MIRACLEWHIP « ADDS TO ANY SALAD Maraschino CHERRIES THE FINAL TOUCH OF PERFECTION PRESERVES BLISS ASSORTED FLAVORS COCOA YOU WILL WANT A CAN OF THIS ROQUEFORT CHEESE * KRAFT'S CREAMED 5 OZ. JAR .. 1 POUND JARS .... 2 POUND CAN OZ. GLASS DAIRY NEEDS BUTTER COKN COUNTRY BOLL CHEESE WISCONSIN LONG HORN, MILD FRESH EG'GS LARGE AND GRADED Lb Lb Doz PRODUCE HINTS CELERY Each CRISP AND BRITTLE RADISHES 3 Bunches LARGE CRISP BUNCHES ASPARAGUS FRESH LONG GREEN STALKS PEPPERS LARGE BELL PEPPERS ORANGES LARGE-SWEET AND JUICY APPLES Lb 5C FANCY ROME BEAUTY BUY NOW--SAVE THE TAX Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets NO. 1 -- NO. 2 -- NO. a We Deliver $1.00 Orders WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT FRIDAY -- SATURDAY MEAT MARKET Decker's Beef Boil, Ib 7c Decker's Beef Roasts, )b 12c Decker's Rolled Rib Roasts, Ib ISc Decker's Rolled Rump Roasts, Ib 18c Decker's Sliced Bacon, Ib 20c Sterling Veal Roasts, Ib 12c Sterling Lamb Shoulder Roast, Ib 15c Sterling Leg of Lamb. Ib 25c Sterling Braunschweigcr. Ib 20c CHICKENS DIRECT FROM FAH31EKS NO. I GRADE--WHOLE OR HALF Decker's Famous lowana Hams, Ib. 16c EGGS FOR EASTER J Someone doubted my statement about fretting 108,000 » eggs last week from the farmers, and made the state- i ment that there were not that many eg(rs in Cerro Gordo county. Novf, for the information of the , doubter, we not only get efrjfs from Cerro Gordo comity, but from about II other counties. Great Big White or Brown EKES for Coloring FRUIT DEPARTMENT Lettuce, large, solid heads 5c Celery, large, fancy stalks 10c j Lemons, large, fancy, dozen 29c I Grapefruit. Florida Seedless, 5 for 2ac Grapefruit, Arizona Seedless, 6 for 25e Oranges, Good Size, 2 dozen. 35c 1 Oranges, Sunkist, Size 150, Dozen 2!k Oranges, large, dozen 25c 1 Cabbage, No. 1 grade, new, Ib c I Carrots, large bunch - 5c Asparagus, Strawberries, Rhubarb, Radishes, Green i Onions, Peas, Tomatoes, Cauliflower, Peppers, Cucumbers, Pineapples. . Kraft's Miracle Whip, Quarts 25c v - ' Monarch Peanut Butter, large jars 27c tgg£» Monarch Gelatine. 5 pkgs 2ac Monarch Cake Flour, large pkg 25c 'Monarch Yacht Club Peas, large c a n . . . . 15c I Monarch Red Kidney Beans, can lOc I Crackers, 2 Ib. Caddy 19c Oyster Crackers, 2-lb. caddy 1 Oc 1 Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs 25c i Brooms, extra good grade 39c Climax Cleaner. 3 cans 25c 1 Dean's Milk, tall cans, 4 for 25c , Beat the POLITICIANS' TAX on Food , BUT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DISCRIMINATION ' It takes lots of fl?ht in this country to accompli"" anything. The ilrys fouprtit for years to make the statutes read dry,' the wets fought for tifteen years to make it wet--they hotli won. Every businessman, f manufacturer, governor, senator and congressman | from tho farm belts, and from every pulpit should , rise up and protest to congress the pegging of retail and wholesale prices, hours of labor and wages, then ignore the farmer on pegging his prices. This dis- ' crimination is likely to lead to a lot of trouble in the 1 future. Being :i man of few words and a bashful disposition/! can't accoiriillsii pegging of farm products by myself, Sterling Coal £ Feed Co. 1 The famous Sterling Coal is light on prices but heavy on the heat. LUKE B. MILLER, JACK JMcCOLE, Mgr. PURE SORGHUM 1 Gal., 49c; '/ 2 Gal,. 25c, 2'/ 2 Can, 2 for 2oc ' Oxydol, giant size pkg 49c i Crystal White Chips, giant size pkg 29c P. and G. Soap, 10 bars 25e . Oxydol, large pkg 19c Kirk's Hardwater or Camay, bar 5c [Peaches, Large No. 10 Can 39c Blackberries, Large No. 10 Can 39c Folger's Coffee, Ib Folger's Coffee, 2 Ibs , Clear Lake Butter, Ib Kenyon's Butter, save the wrappers Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib 1 Van Camp's Pork and Beans, 5 cans.. , Campbell's Tomato Juice, 4 cans Rinso, Large Package ·ill 36 Portland Ladies' W. C. T. U. Sale Saturday at Sterling No. 1 , Come Down and Have, a Drink of Folger's Coffee. * These farm women will have home-made Pies, Cakes. "Jjj a Chickens. Kggs for Sale. j£ | The farm women are noleii for their great cooking. Grace Evangelical Ladies' Aid, Div. No. 2 ' Bake Sale, Mcrkcl's Dcpt. Store, Saturday, March 31 Good Old Iowa Beet Sugar '\Ve will sell beet sugar as low or lower than any ' store In tills territory advertises. 'Occident Flour, 49 Ib. bag $2.09 j Jersey Cream Flour, -19 Ib. bag Sl.o9 Block Salt, each We ' Standard Oyster Shells. 100 Ibs 69c ', Pilot Oyster Shells, 100 Ibs 89c Gold Medal Chick Feed Early Ohio Seed Potatoes, No. 1 Grade Seeds of All Kinds -- Grass Seed 1 American Lye. -1 cans 2oc 1 Peas, Soaked, can 1" c i Mother's Cocoa. 2 Ib. can 19c Ketchup, large nettles. 2 for 2:e ' Sardines. 7 cans · · · · · · 2-TC ' M R . KAliMKI!:-- ISrlng UN your C-KS;S--cash or trail': --any .' the :i stores. I'f.c parking place. s G tr d to «. *.. ir r. n 3- S t- 9 h os mem assignea so tBls upun said landii, JLilrectors.

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