Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 19, 1936 · Page 22
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1936
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TWENTY-TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 19 1936 DIAMOND BROS. SPECIALS -- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Fresh Ground Beef 3 pounds 29c Pound BEEF ROAST (Tender) ...... 12»ic End Cut PORK CHOPS 2 pounds 39c PURE LARD 2 Pounds 2JC With SOc Meot Purchase SUCED BACON ENDS (Leon) 5-tb. box 88c FANCY SLICED PACKAGE BACON, pound . 28c BACON SQUARES Pound .. 14c SIRLOIN STEAK (Tender) Pound ... I6c BOILING BEEF Pound ... 12c MEATY SPARE RIBS Pound . . 14c SUMMER SAUSAGE, pound I9c PORK LIVER, 2 pounds 21c Pure Cane SUGAR 100-lb. AM MA Bag *M|a/ 9 FRESH EGGS Per dozen 1 7c MACARONI 4 pounds 25c Corn Country BUTTER Per Pound 35c POLE'S-PINEAPPLE (Sliced) 2 No. 2 cons 29c ROYAL CHEF PEACHES, 2 No. 2'/ 2 cons 25c Baker's Fresh COCONUT Hershey's CHOC. SYRUP Pound Con « rt _ 1®C Grope JAM 2 Pound Jor Peanut Butter ( B u l k ) Per IOC REPUTATION FLOUR, 49-ib. bog ^ ^ $1.45 DIAMOND'S BEST FLOUR, 49-ib. bog $1.65 PiLLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR, 49-ib. bag $1.98 Brilliant per pound lie Swansdown Cake Flour 24c Large Package MocQ-Beon per pound PEACHES (Hotves) No. 10 con . . . . . ____ . ........... 39 C . U) con 35c BLACKBERRIES, No. ?0 can 39c Choice TOMATOES No. 2 Cons . . . Lima BEANS No. 2 Cons . . . Mixed VEGETABLES 2 No. 2 Cons . . . Ecrly June PEAS No. 2 Cons . . PURE SORGHUM, 10-Sb. poii REPUTATION PANCAKE FLOUR, gVa-lb. bag 1x KEL'LOG6 V !5" WHEAT KR'fSPIES, 2 boxes 2^7 Pure 2-Poon5 Con ,. . . Diomond's Best Coffee f NIFCCr lE1SALMOiN,2 1 Pound Package 39c cans . . . . . . . . . . 3 5 c cons. 29c ·RICE Pounds.. SAGO P o u n d s . . . F A R I N A Pounds. . NAVY SEANS Pounds. B.CORN STARCH, 4--10c boxes MAGIC WASHER torge Box . .-. . 25c NOLA TOILET SOAP Bars Large Boxes BIG 4 SOAP Bars GOLD DUST POWDSR Large Box . SEMiNOU TOILET TISSUE, 4--1 f OOO.$heef Rolls 23c LEASING B R A N D OYSTER SHELLS, 100-ib. bog 57c HEAP LETTUCE 3 large 25c CASgAGE 8 pounds 25c CARROTS Per bunch . . . . Sc DECORAH'S CCC WORK TO STOP jEldora Project Also Among 10 in Iowa Scheduled to Stop. DBS MOINES. 1.1-)-. Col. Clarence Liningcr, Port DCS Moincs army post commander, reported Wednesday that 10 of Iowa's 37 CCC projects will be abandoned April 1. Projects at Lamom. Eldora, Moorhead. Sidney, Chariton, Maquoketa. Decorah. Indianola. Albia and Guthrie Cuenter will be halted. One new project, a biological survey, will be established at Milford. Colonel Linirtger said men from the 10 camps will be shifted 10 other camps. New enrollments will be taken March 31. for a six months' period. Fifteen of the remaining projects will be devoted to soil conservation work, seven to state parks and five to drainage in addition to the biological survey project. Present Iowa CCC enrollment is 6.2601 SDAHO RUSSET POTATOES, peck 29c;l OQ-Jb. bog . . . . . . $1.75 ^^ Oelwious 7 pounds . . . . 25c Bwshel Si.48 Morsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT for NAVEL ORANGES i 200's'. Per Ooscn Illinois Jonathan I 8 pounds . . . . 25c Bushci SI.OS Mrs. Williams, 88, Is Buried in St. Ansgar; Rites Held at Church ST. ANSGAR--Funeral sen-ices ! were conducted at the First Lutheran church Tuesday for Mrs, Knud Williams, SS, who died from infirmities of old ag-e. Mrs. Williams was the young-est of the three living- sisters, the other sisters being 92 and 95 years, old. Mrs. Williams was bom nt Or- fordvillc, Wis.. April 7. 1S47. She was married j n 1S6S. They came to Iowa in i.«71 and settled on a farm north of town, and moved to town in 190S. She is survived by her husband, 91, five dausrhteri, Mrs. Maria Spring-er, Mrs. Hattie Delancy, Mrs. Gene Palmer. Mrs, Minnie Hofland and Mrs. Ida Gould, 12 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Those from away to attend the funeral were, C. J. Hcsirard. H. N. Hesgsrd, C. N. Brunsvold, Clarence Gilbcrtson. Orfordville. Wis., Mrs. Hattie Delaney and son Knox of Los Angeles, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sprinper and son, Cyrus, and Mrs. Kenneth Springer. Charles City; Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sanden, Lake Mills: Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Williams of Goldficld. Mrs. Oliver Blakestad. Mrs. Teaman Williams. Lyle. Arnie Cluckason and son of Kensett. Mrs. Amundson, Montevideo. Minn.. Mrs. Walter Frcder- ickscm, cedar Falls, Half Young Demos. N. .B--Half of the S4 delegates of Benton county's democratic convention selected to attend the state convention are from the ranks of the Young Democratic club, club records showed. What the republicans dread morp than anything is the thought of spending another four years at constructive criticism.--Judge. TM^^^^^^^^«i^^^Bi^^^^^HMHHHmHiHiHHHm Grocery Specials Saturday · Monday NO HOME SHOULD EVER CRACKERS. 2 Pound Box . 15 CLOTHES PINS. .lust a Few ff Left, 2 doz 3 Special, Van Camps TOMATO SOUP, each CATSUP, Large Bottle 12' Pears, Peaches, · ff No. 2'/ 2 can JL«J Special, T-ZR Sandwich Spread or 1000 Island Dressing:, Full qt jar Every time Clorox t$ used to bleach, remove stains or destroy odors, it disinfects--an added safeguard to healthl Clorox makes refrigerators/coolers, droinboards, garbage cans, sickroom equipment, bathtubs, BE WITHOUT CLOROX basins and toilet bowls clean and sanitary.... Because Clorox is a concentrated solution, a Sittle goes a long woy! This modern wonder- worker is on effective germicide-- pure,safe,dspendafaie--if has many important personal uses. ... The label tells the story. Cream Cheese. Per Pound 18' SARDINES, large oral can. Tomato or Q c Mustard Sauce tF 3 for 25c WINDOW SHADES. vrasBable. first quality. 5 or 6 feet long, 69c' Value, J A ( Special TEtF NUT MEATS. Nice Fresh, lb 37 BUTTER. Fresh Creamery, any Brand ... 33 COFFEE, Red Bag:, lb ,, 3 Pounds SOc 18' VANILLA, i A 15c Bottle ill NAVY BEANS, Hand Cleaned, fi)t £ S pounds SARDINES, in . lfi r c Oil, 6 Cans ''^ 25 COCOA. 3 pound pkg 21 Kellogsr's Corn Flakes or Post Toasties, Large Size Rubber Footwear for the Entire Family at SPECIAL PRICES'. 1 Get Our Prices Before Buying! BIAS TAPE. Majesty Guaranteed Fast Color, Larg-e Assort- mem of Shades 49 Pound Sack $J.98 Laundry SOAP, 10 Bars 16 ONIONS. Red or Yellow, larffe and firm. S Pounds MILK, Larg-e Can 3 Cans 20c PAINTS Linseed Oil or Turp. for inside or outside use . . . Get Our Prices Before Buying! Full Fashioned HOSE, Spring: Shades, First Quality, All Sizes ALL WINTER MERCHANDISE now being CLOSED OUT at unheard of LOW PRICES. Visit Our Clothing Department for LARGE SAVINGS! CLOROX PROTECTS... IT DISINFECTS MISS ANN KINGSLEY RECOMMENDS CLOROX Quarts for Ijitinarj'--Pints for Kitchen nnfl Bathroom tlert DEPARTMENT STORE 215 South Federal Ave. Phone 434 COME ON, J.AWE ! I WflNT TO SEE THE SALESMAN ABOUT M.V EW ELECTRIC WASHES IT WONT GET THE CLOTHES WHtTE. NO WONDER YOUS CLDTHES WONT WASH WHITE IF YOU S OLD-FASHIONED SOflp LIKSTHfiT. COWV= OW-WE'LL SET A PACKAGE OF I SOT i THOUGHT THCSB WHITE-WASHINfi i SRANULATEP SOAPS WERE SO HARSH - HARP ON HRNDS flND COLORS NOT THIS ONE-THE 1VOEY SOAP PEOPLE MAKE IT. "DIFFERENT PROM OU KINDS AS TM«T NEW AIR LINER IS FROM THE AIRPLflNES OF YEARS ASO. MY WIFE SAYS ITS AMfiZINS HOW SUCH A MILD SOAP SETS CLOTHES WHITE SO FAST. I PONT H.AVt A WASHER IA -- SUT I SCARCELY SVEE WONDERFUL: THE WASHERS SEEN 50INS NO TIME fiT ALL -- AND THESE THINS5 ARE OUCH A WASHSOARP. OXVflOJ. SOUKS OUT PIRT FOR WHITE AS SNOW i S-KT£tt CvWVv,V'\'\\\ IV, SSTHAT i NEW DRESS? IT LOOKS y i^""'" -GRAND; ~ ; "' JOHN, YOU'P.S: //] BLIND! 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