The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 4, 1937 · Page 20
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March 4, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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TWENTY CHARLES CITY NEWS February Severe But in No Way Compared With Month of'36 CHARLES 'CITY -- February 1937, at Charles City was stormy and rather cold, but in no way compared with the record cold and show of February, 1936, according to E. G. Larson, weatherman. The mean .temperature was 14.7 degrees, compared with 2.2 degrees for February last year. The temperature averaged 2.4 degrees (lower than normal. Severe cold 'was of almost daily occurence during the first 10 days, going below zero daily except on Feb. 3 and 7 when it stopped at 5 above. . Sixteen below zero was reached on Feb. 1, -18 on Feb. 2 and -13 on Feb. 10, the lowest for the month. Moderate temperature followed during the next 10 days, with readings. above freezing on seven oE the ten, reaching 40 degrees, the. highest for the month, on'Feb. IB. The average snow cover, which liad reached 14 inches on Feb.: 3, :was reduced, to 2.5 inches during thjs thaw. The last ·week of the-month was considerably cplder, but without any. severe cold, -3 degrees on -Feb. 22 being the--lowest j-eached. . There was a total of 1.25 of precipitation from melted sriow,.rain and sleet.. The -storm of, Feb. 20 and 21~ was the Hirst" i-eal blizzard of the winter, ';.. beginning with moist'snow on. the afternoon of Feb. 20, with increasing wind and steadily falling temperature during the afternoon and night. Drifting and falling snow reduced the visibility to 500 feet at times. Hail and motor traffic was practically suspended Feb. 21 and continued drifting interfered with the open- ing'of roads until Feb. 25. Many secondary roads- remained closed .at the end of the month with hard ^packed drifts. Charles City Briefs · CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson are parents of a girl born in the Cedar Valley hospital. ' · ' · . - ' . ..Mrs. Buryl VanKIeeck, Bassett, and Daryl Hansen, Hudd, had major operations in the Cedar Valley hospital Wednesday. . · -The Rev. George Vouga, pastor of the Baptist church, will be the guest speaker at the Preaching Mission in Osage -Friday night. A marriage license was issued to Clifford- Kelly and . Florence . H. Robertson, both of Nora Springs. i The Charles · Maytag shop has taken over .the agency f o r , the Leonard refrigerator. · · .Mr. and Mrs. Will Mace, who have lived on a farm east oE Charles City for 24 years, were given a farewell party by their neighbors. They will leave, soon .for Joplii), Mo., to visit a brother, Emil Mace, and later take a trip cast. On their, return they will live in Waterloo.' .Mrs. Alton Sanders reviewed "Life Begins at ··Break-" ·fast"--With this glorious, richer Coffee. BECIHS AT "An American Doctor's Odyssey" at the meeting of the literature department of the Women's club. During the business meeting Mrs, Ralph Zastrow was elected chairman ot the department lor. next year. 'Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Plummer have moved here from Waterloo. They were former Charles City residents. Mrs. J. G. Pritchard and two daughters of Buffalo Center spent two days with her mother. Mrs Theresa LaValle. /Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Hamilton have moved from the Blunt farm to their .new home, 605 South Johnson street. : * Mrs. Enyin Quids' is in -Iowa City having treatments at the university hospital. Funeral of Dow, 60, to Be Held Friday CHARLES CITY--Funeral services fpv Fred E. Dow, 60, will be held Friday at 2 p. m. in the LJnd- anian funeral home .with the Rev. W. R. Emerson officiating and burial will be in Riverside cemetery. Mr. Dow died at his home, 407 Wrighl avenue, after a long illness caused by a fall last June. He is survived by his wife and two daughters, Miss Lucy Dow and Mrs. Maud Mager, Chicago. Federal Packing Co. Phone 746 We Deliver $1 Orders 213 N. F.ed. Ave. QUALITY MEAT Fresh Dressed CHICKENS, Ib. 19c Pork Shoulder ROAST, Ib...., ISc Round, -Sirloin · STEAK, Ib.. .. . Pork Loin - · ROAST, Ib.. ISc Calf LIVER, Ib. 35c Decker's Sliced BACON, Ib 30c Open Kettle LARD, Ib.'.V. 15c Tender Pork. CUTLETS, Ib.. ISC Tender Beef ROAST, Ib.. . Pork STEAK, Ib.. ISc Tender Flank STEAK, Ib... 25C Small WIENERS, It. 16c SPECIAL ON DECKER'S IOWANA HAMS and BACON MANOO 1" HOUSE ,,COFFEE H'LAUGHLlfl'S COFFEE! POUND She's cagey. She's gone for When ihe family roars into break- X A / M F A T ' f ^ A T A I fast like Jions, send thorn forth HB*1.-.VATA . like lambs with tasty, luscious Wheat-Oata. It's plump ripe oats andclioice golden wheat.skillfully · ' 'blended together in an imforget- * table flavor combination: Sticks to your ribs. Gives yo« morning-long energy; Thrifty, too! Costs less than W a serving.- At yoor grocer's; Try it today! GIANT SIZE 60 SERVINGS) 25c RALSTON WHEAT-OATA _ OATS AND WHEAT · H-S GOOD TO EAT 'on't blame your soap for its poor cleansing action use a Tablespoon o£ · Give your soap a fair chance to clean, sprinkle CLIMALENE in-the water, before the soap goes in! Note results! Grease goes instantly. The billowing cleansing suds make snow- white washes, sparkling dishes. Millions use CLIMALENE daily. Try it! The Climalene Company, Canton, Ohio; lOc and 25c packages at your grocers K-4 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 4 · 1937 DIAMOND BROS. 205 NORTH FEDERAL SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 205 NORTH FEDERAL Pound BEEF ROASTS Choice 15c PORK CUTLETS Fresh Pound 19c BACON Sliced, Sugar Cured 25c Pound SIRLOIN STEAK Very Tender 19c Pound 2 Pound Package LARD Pure 27C FRESH GROUND BEEF, 2 Ibs 25c j PORK CHOPS. Lean and Tender, Center Cuts, Jb. 25c BEEF ROASTS Rolled Rib or Rump No Bone. « Qfl Pound I,JfC VEAL CHOPS Or Loin Steak Tender. g fa _ Pound 1/C BACON SQUARES Sugar Cured 19c Pound MINUTE STEAKS, BEEF TENDERLOIN, Ib. . 25c SMOKED HAM, 2 Large Center Cut Slices .. . . . . . . . 33c SPARE RIBS Lean and Meaty Pound ....,.,..., l^V PORK ROASTS Loin Pound ..., . , 19C STEAK T-Bone or Short Cut Tender. *% _ Pound · MJLC HAM PATTIES, Made from Smoked Ham and VeaLlb 19c SLAB BACON, Half or Whole, Sugar Cured, Ib 27c BACON ENDS Sliced 5 Pound QI*M Box 55C Beef SHORT RIBS Nice to Bake or Boil 2 Pounds ...... 25C PORK LIVEP 2 Pound* .-,:.,,.. 25C FRESH SMALL WIENERS, Ib. 19c j PORK HEARTS or HOCKS, Ib. 10c Fresh Country EGGS Per Dozen 21c Brick CHEESE Per Pound 21C Baker's COCOA 1 Pound ···»« Can IjC Diamond's Best CAKE FLOUR 3 Pound P a c k a g e . . . . 6 Large Boxes MATCHES 17c EGG NOODLES, Mb. Package 15c | LIMA BEANS, 3 Pounds HALLMARK TAPIOCA, Quick or Pearl, 3 pkgs. 25c j COOKIES, Sugar Wafers, 2 Ibs. 29c 25c Mountain Home TOMATOES No. Z Cans 25c Kernel-Kist CORN Golden Bantam Whole Kernel, 3 No. 2 Cans Orange Brand Early June PEAS 3 No. 300 Size Cans Palette WAX BEANS , No. 2 Cans . . . . 25c Fancy PUMPKIN No. 2Vz Cons . . 25c CHILI CON CARNE, 3 Cans 25c j SALMON, Fancy Pink, 2 Toll Cans 23c PURE HONEY, 5-lb. Pail 5 5c | IMITATION JELLY, 5-lb. Pail . , 39c K C Baking POWDER ·d Pound Can 13c Mo-Ca Bean Coffee PER POUND 15c Reputation FLOUR 49 Pound Bag. . $1.65 Hershey's Baking CHOCOLATE |/ Pound Bar 9c PEANUT BRITTLE 2 Pounds 19C BREAD and BUTTER PICKLES, Quart Jar Keltogg's CORN FLAKES 2 Large Up Boxes Alt Blue Glass Cereal Bowl Free Russian SALAD DRESSING 15c Jar. IOC Pillsbury's Best 49 FLOUR $2.05 Diamond's Best FLOUR Pound Bag . . $1.S5 Snider's CHILI SAUCE 12 oz. Bottle. 15c CRACKER-JACK B o x e s , - . ,10C Nifco RED-SALMON Brilliant Coffee PER POUND 19c 25c j VAN CAMP'S FANCY CATSUP, 2 Large Bottles 25c OREGON PRUNES, No. 10 Can.. 29c APPLE SAUCE, No. 10 Can . . . 39c CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, No. 10 Can . . . . . . . . . 65c RED CHERRIES, No. 10 Can . . . 65c DOLE'S "ROYAL SPEARS" Large Spears-from the heart of the Pineapple. 25 oz. Can . . . . . . . 2lG N O T I C E NEXT MONDAY, MARCH 8 7 we will be located in our new location--30 East State Street--Formerly occupied by the Cut Rate Grocery. Visit our new, clean and modern store. Our present location will be vacated altogether. A free toy for every child will be given to every customer SLICED PEACHES, No. 10 Can 39c BARTLETT PEARS, No. 10 Can 40c LOGANBERRIES, No. 10 Can 55c BLUEBERRIES, No. 10 Can . . 75c ORANGETTES Orange Slices in Syrup, 2 Cans . . . . . . . ... PRESERVES, Strawberry or Raspberry, 4-lb. Jar. . 39c j NONE-SUCH MINCE MEAT, 2 Packages 25c SILVER DUST 2 Boxes . 2§C Crystal White SOAP Giant Bars . . 25c BLACK FIGS 3 Pounds 2§C SUPER SUDS 3 Boxes 21C Fancy DATES Pounds. 25c . Palmolive TOILET SOAP Bars 19c 4 Seedless RAISINS Pounds 29c MORTON'S SALT £i Boxes A / C Bog of Marbles' Free D. B. LYE 'Cans . . . . 2 5 C Smoked HERRING Per Pound 2i Fancy CURRANTS Per Pound 3 lOc Boxes CLIMALENE 21c CANDY In 1-Pound Boxes CHOCOLATE CHERRIES CHOCOLATE CREAMS Chocolate PEPPERMINTS Each 19C Dried PEACHES Pounds 29c Blue Cross TOILET TISSUE, 6--1,000-Sheet Rolls 23c j "THREE LITTLE PIGS" NAPKINS, 3 Pkgs lOc STOCK SALT 100 55c BRAN 100 ? $1.82 DAIRY FEED 100 P B°a U3nd $2,10 Leading OYSTER SHELLS 59c Morton's BLOCK SALT gA 3U Pound '%,* Block, Each.. 45C MOP COMPLETE -- Mop Head and Stick 29c j BROOMS, "Our Best," Each 49c Idaho Winesap APPLES Pounds 25c Texas Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT 6 for 25c Green Top CARROTS ft Bunches Cauliflower Green PEPPERS Round White U. S. No. 1 POTATOES, Peck 45c; AM 100-Pound Bag y£* New Texas CABBAGE . 7 . b , 25c Wisconsin Round White--^Small Sire POTATOES, Peck 35c; 100-Pound Bag. . FRESH SPINACH, Per Pound 5c CELERY Large Sfaiks 2 for .. 21C Fresh TOMATOES Pound IjC 'California Navel ORANGES (126's) Per D o z e n , . . . . 39c Fancy Ripe BANANAS Pounds 29c HEAD LETTUCE 2 Heads '1'5C aa

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