The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 2, 1939 · Page 21
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March 2, 1939

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

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li 22 THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1939 P. T. A. Meeting at Decorah Postponed DECORAH--The Decorah P T A meeting which was to be held Wednesday at 8 o'clock, in the high school auditorium, was postponed. The program was to be in charge of the American Legion Auxiliary, which was to present the subject, "Education for Effective Citizenship." IN NEW QUARTERS BR1STOW--The Sidmore barber shop will have new quarters in a portion of the Hickle pool room, which will'give space in the cafe. The A. N. De France family will have an upstairs apartment in the J. J. Gough home. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FISH VALUES FOR LENT PERCH FILLETS PIKE FILLETS , t 15 FANCY ,, ^^C WALLEYED IB- A3 HOLLAND MttCHEHS 9-lb. SPICED HERRING ? 13 CHEESE 15" PEARS APRICOTS 2 ^ 39 e FANCY BLUE HOSE RICE CRACKERS PEACHES SWEET 4* No. GIRL JL 2'/j " OAT MEAL NOODLES MACARONI roar UPTON'S YELLOW LABEL BLACK TEA '/4-lb. Tin - " WHITE NAPHTHA LAUNDRY PGSOAP . AS FINE AS SOAP CAN BE IVORY SOAP 2 ^ i a 22-or. |O Pig. I * CONCEKTRATED m BLUE PACKAGE SUPER SUDS . FOB SAFE WASHING OF FINE THINGS IVORY FLAKES "ftr 23' LARGE SIZE DREFT . . . . .£ 23 C FOR SILKS. RAYONS AND WOOLENS LUX FLAKES . 23 NATIONAL'S QUALITY MEATS FANCY FILLET Perch and Haddock or Sable, · Pound PIKE Winter Caught « A -Walleyed, Pound IUC HALIBUT STEAK Sliced j » Salmon, Pound. . «7V PIKE Winter Caught f\f _ Northern, Pound J C HAMPTON HAS DEBTDECREASE Reduction in Bonded Indebtedness Since 1935 Is Now $85,000 H A M P T O N--The financial statement of the city of Hampton just released shows a reduction in bonded indebtedness since 1935 of $85,000. No new indebtedness has been incurred since that date and it now stands at 522,000. The final payment on the water plan was made Nov. 1, 1937, and th last paving bonds were paid Ma 1, 1938. The tax levy has steadil decreased since 1928, being re duced nearly two-thirds and no\ is 14.25 mills a year. Fines col lected since April, 1935, amount t $2,104.95, $72;.95 being fines fo traffic violations. Since 1936 ,the officials pur chased a police ear, the city ha been replatted with streets name and numbered according to th recommendations of the Nationa Association of Municipalities, snc the ordinances have been revisec and brought up to date. Joe Sikkema is mayor of Hamp!on. There'f one "best w»r" to add liquid to mike * biscuit fluffy; Do TOO know it? ! IOOK IN THESE BAGS FOR NEW IMPROVED IIWUIT METHOD--PLUS THE KIND OF FLOUR THATJ ES- SENTM1. TO «SCUIT SUCCESS! fa rimple fbod»-br««d, bitcohj, pi«, p l»l n cikei--the gdo4atu comti from the floor! It coju only Vic more per reap* to me Pillibiu/i Ben flour thin to me the cheapen flour. PJLLSBURY'S BEST FLOOR H-M-M FRUIT MARKET 11 th and North Federal' HEAD LETTUCE, Fancy Heads . . . CARROTS, Large Bunch 5c CELERY, - f t Large Stalks ...... 1UC RADISHES, Fancy, « A _ _ 3 Bunches ..... . IOC ORANGES, Good Size, Full of Juice, 3 Dozen ..... ' 25c GRAPEFRUIT, Large Size, iz'fo'r'. '/ ' 25c POTATOES, Extra Good, 100 IBs.. . $1.39 PEACHES, Large No. 10 Con . . 35c SUGAR, Full 10-Ib. Bag ' ' 4Qr BANANAS, Extra Good .......... * ? ONIONS, Good, 50-lb. Bag ... . . . . . : 69c MILK, Tall Cans, 4 for DeSota TOILET WHEATIES, Large Pkg BANNER OATS, Large Pkg LUKE B. MILLER, Mgr., U. S. A. 25c ueaota IOILET **p- PAPER, 6 Rolls Z5C 11- 11C FOR LOW PRICES AND THE BEST QUALITY -- TRY FEDERAL FRUIT and VEGETABLE MARKET Across From the Hanford Phone 542 PILLSBURY AND OMAR FLOUR, 49-lb. Baa $1.49 SUGAR, 10-lb. Cloth Bag . 47c PEACHES, No. 10 Cans . .. 35c 26c FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER, Ib. -SPECIAL- OWATONNA EXTRA QUALITY SIFTED JUNE PEAS, GOLDEN BANTAM CORN, RED KIDNEY BEANS Regular, *«- Per Can.. 15C $2.15 LIBBY'S RED SALMON, Tail Con . 19c . . 42c AMERICAN CHEESE, 2-lb. Box HAMS, Hormel f s. Ib. 15c BACON, Ib. 12c CRACKERS, 2-lb. Box . . . 12c COFFEE, Hills Bros., Ib. . . 25c IDAHO RUSSETS or " EARLY OH IPS, Peck . . . 32c LARGE SIZE ' ORANGES. 2 Dozen . . . . 45c GRAPEFRUIT, Dozen . . . 25c CELERY, Large Bunch . . . lOc YOUTH HELD IN EXTORTION Is Arrested While Waiting on Bridge for Sum After Threat COHTDAND, W. Y., (U.ft)--Rob- ert Case, 17, was jailed early Thursday by federal agents who found him waiting on a bridge to collect extortion money from Farmer Benjamin F. Lee, whose daughter, Barbara, 19, a Syracuse university co-ed, had been threatened with "harm" unless Lee paid 'several thousand dollars." Case, a ne'er-do-well from the village of Taylor, told his captors hat he had written the extortion etter and had hoped to collect the money. He said he had no accomplices. He will be taken to Binghamton Thursday for arraignment before the United States commissioner. He was convicted three years ago of breaking and entering. The arrest was announced in Buffalo by John B. Warnes, chief the federal bureau of investigation of/ice. He did not disclose the contents of the extortion letter but said it had contained threats against both Miss Lee and her father. It was sent f.o Lee at his fai-m near here. The girl lives with an uncle, George Lee, an attorney, at Syracuse, while attending the university there. Two sheriffs deputies, Ward Henderson and Martin Caulfield accompanied G-men to the bridge over a small stream near Cuyler where Lee had been ordered to meet the extortioner and pay the money. Case was loitering there Warnes said that Case had confessed. He was held overnight in the county jail. Bonds Burned at Party MOREHOUSE, Mo., (U.R)--The largest bond-burning party in Missouri history took place here recently when $10,995,233 in Donds issued by the Little River Drainage district were destroyed. FROZEN FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Texas Seedless lexas ^featen *%»** GRAPEFRUIT, Do*. 3/V Califarnfa Sunkist ORANGES, 2 Doz.. Fancy California CARROTS, 2 Bunches lOc P C SOAP 19c 5 Bars for" . MORTON'S SALT, * -- _ 2 Pkg 17C Bag of Marbles Free COFFEE * iehelleu ' Chocolate ****** **·* Cream, Folger's, Pou 29c Idaho Russet No. I POTATOES, Per Peck . . . ... Mayflower CRACKERS Pounds Graham ......., Pounds Soda Mayflower Peaches, No. 2'/ 2 Mayflower CORN, 4 No. 2 Cans 29c Mayflower MACARONI and SPAGHETTI, « f^ 3-lb. Pkg 15C MEATS 20c MRS. ROGERS' HOME BAKED GOODS MRS. OSBORN'S HOME-MADE BREAD lOc When You Think of FOOD--Think of BARRETT BROTHERS GROCERS.MEATS.FRUITS.VEGETABLES 10 IND ST. N.E. PHONES 43 44 United Fruit Co. _ ,, _ . . PHONE 748-749 . _ Quality Food Srote Street FREE DELIVERY Low Prices FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUIT S T. A IP ES ' E ° rly Oh!os ' I ORANGES, Calif. Nayelj, Tn« ,? 5e; fc1 CC Extr » L «"9e ·»«- 100 "» 9*O Si,e,126-f, Dozen. . 39C POTATOES -- IDAHO RUSSETS 15-lb. Mesh Bag 35c Grade ' u - s - 2 Grade ' £1 iooifa,. ....... $1. Texos GRAPEFRUIT, Seedless, Good Sire, Dozen. . APPLES, Fancy R. Beauty, 4 1 f a « . 25c; Bushel Bosket. . Florida ORANGES, Full of Juice, Doien . ......... Large APPLES, Fancy Winesapi, 4 Ibs. 25c; Bushel Box Greot Assortment of Freth Vegetoble» TRY MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME BAKING MONARCH FINER FOODS See It in Gloit--Buy It in Tin Monarch COFFEE, Reg, or Drip, Ib Monarch G. Bantam CORN, Cream Style, Sixe 2 C a n . . . ·% Jk _ IUC Monarch TOMATO JUICE, 20-oz. Can lOe; 50-ox. Can Whole Kernel CORN, Yacht Club, Size 2 Can . . . IOC Monarch SALAD «* 4 _ SPREAD, 16 oz. Jar It 1C Monarch TOMATOES, Whole Peeled, ·»£« Red Ripe, 2 f o r . . . . M^C Monarch CAKE FLOUR, Large 44 ox. «·» f -Box Z1C Early June PEAS, Yacht Club, « A Size 2 Can IUC MONARCH STRINGLESS BEANS, Wax or Green, Size 2 Can 15c Monarch FRUIT TAIL, Tall 17 oz. Can COCK- Monarch SAUERKRAUT, Large 2Vi * » Sixe Can IUC FLOUR, Occident, 49-lb. Sock SOAP, P. G., 5 Bars. 19c Monarch RED SALMON, Tal! -*r« Pound C o n « C Monarch CATSUP, 14 OK. Bottle. . . . 15c FLOUR, Omar, *fl Pf A 49 Ib, ? 1,5TM 5-Ib. Sack Free SILK TISSUE PAPER, 6 Roll, - - _ Z5C SERV-ALL FRUIT GROCERY No. 1 No 2 18th and South Federal 6th and South Federal Lge. Cobblers Sf Med, Cobblers Oranges K'W ^ Onions Sweet Potatoes Bog $1.22 Bo9 64c Bag $1.71 io lb , 9c 8 lb , 25c Fancy Sea Cap SALMON, 2 for. . Sliced PINEAPPLE end PEACHES, 1 0 Z'/z Cans ........ . . . . ISC Medium Size fl k_ ORANGES, DOS. IOC Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, Dozen We Are Paying Highest Prices for Egg) CASH or TRADE FOR THOSE DESIRING DELIVERY SERVICE WE ARE NOW DELIVERING ORDERS OF J2.00 OR* MORE that's. IT TASTE IT IT'S TOPS SLICED Sirloin, Short Cuts Lb. Steaks. 19c Boneless Haddock Fillets . 12c End--3-4 Ib. Pork Loin Roast . 17c Cut from Branded Beef Roast . Be 2 Pound Box i. round BOX American Cheese, ea. 4Jc ··^-- Bokar--Vigorous COFFEE, or- " 2 pound bass . . OOC Gorton's CODFISH, -j £ 8 ounce can 1D C A P Fancy .Whole -I \ BEETS, 2 No. 2 cans i"C Sultana Red Kidney BEANS, 2--2m. caji 7c A P Caraway Rye -I r BREAD, 2 IS-oz loaves IOC Mello WHEAT, -| (28-01. pke I D C Chocolate Food Drink -I r COCONOG, V4 Ib. can i J C Ann Page Prepared n MUSTARD, 9-oi. jar OC Mild American--Whole Milk CHEESE for Lenten Variety Dishes. Use This Quality Cheese, 2 Ibs Iced Kaisin NUT -| n BREAD, 16-oz. loaf . . iUC Jane Parker -t /\ DOUGHNUTS, doz. .. I U C Wafer Pack PEACHES, n r No. 10 can J J C Sultana Red SALMON, i Q 16-oz. can 1 if C 33c N. B. C. CHOCOLATE -| n RINGS, Ib l a C N. B. C. Gaity i n SANDWICH, Ib 1"C SHREDDED WHEAT, o r 2--12 oz. pkgs . . . ^ J C Cold Stream Pink «jn SALaiON, 2 16-oz. cansJC Ann Pa.f e IVIacaroni or SPAGHETTI 3ooa Tast*! Good Voarish- mtnt! Good Economy! 0 4-ounce packages 13c (CRISCOorSPRY ...50c Vejetable Shortening Pound Seedless RAISINS, 4-lb. pkf £OC NAVY BEANS, -I +, 4-lbs 1 / C Superior Soda Crack- o*T ers, 2 2-lb. boxes L I C Rajah COCOANUT, o-f Full Standard Quality IONAPEAS,4No. lona Green BEANS, OC 4 No. 2 cans i D C Sultana Ked BEANS, r 5-^4 oz. can DC Wet Pack SHRIMP, -t r can IDC Sultana TUNA FISH, 1 M ^-oz. can 14C --~~~~^^^^*^*^^^^m^^m MAR SHMALLO WS, 2 l-lb.pkes Z / C White House MILK, or 4 tall cans Z D C Ann Page KETCHUP, o «j 2 14-oz. bottles .: LoC. Sunnyfield CORN FLAKES, 2 large · I T packages 1/C 2 C a n s . . . . . . . . 25c lona TOMATOES, -i r- Z No. Z cans 1J C Tolfet Soap ,,,, PALMOLIVE, 4 cakes^jC Toilet Soap, r OUVILO. cake OC »3JIy Egjf Mash SUPPLEMENT, *0 OC 100 Ib. ba f «J»Z.OJ Scot Paper TOWELS 19c|6 Waldorf Soft-Weve TISSUE A Kifchcn Necessliy 25c A Scot Health Tissue ' NATIONAL CITRUS SALE! A PRODUCER-CONSUMER CAMPAIGN ' For Health and Economy Eat Oranges ORANGES, 288 size . . . . Eoch Ic GRAPEFRUIT, 96 sire, 8 for 25c Fancy Winesap jr APPLES, 4 Ibs £D Large Size LETTUCE -1 r ^ heads I D Fancy RADISHES, 3 bunches Fresh TOMATOES, 2 pounds . CARROTS, buncb . . . . . CELERY, bunch 'OfC'.S

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