The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 9, 1936 · Page 23
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April 9, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 9 193E DENY RAILROADS SEEKING PROFIT Intend to Save as Much of M. and St. L. Line as Is Possible. MINNEAPOLIS, OP)--A d e n i a l that members of the Associated Railways 'Company seek profit in division of the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad was in the record Thursday of the interstate commerce commission hearing on the proposed dismemberment of the railroad. The denial came from President George W. Hand of Associated Railways, who added that its members expect to save as much of the line as "is justified." Hand, who is assistant to the president of the Chicago North Western, testified that surveys disclosed absorbtion of the M. and St. L., would contribute little to earnings of the six lines involved. He said the carriers are concerned with communities facing possible abandonment of tracks and do not intend so to act if there is any alternative. Hand's testimony bulwarked the basic contention of the roads that their dismemberment plan ig the best yet proposed, and that the condition of M. and St. L. earnings and property will not enable it to continue long. Dickinson Files His Nomination Papers DES MOINES, Iff)--Senator L. J. Dickinson filed papers, said to bear the signatures of 14,000 voters in every Iowa county, for renomination in the republican June primary to the senate. Ray Murray Files Nomination Papers DES M.OINES, (/P)--Secretary of Agriculture Ray Murray filed his nomination papers as a candidate for congress from the eighth district on the democratic ticket. Warning Issued on Licenses on Trucks DES MOINES, (tTl--Supt. Lew Wallace of the state motor vehicle department, declaring he had been advised some privately owned trucks used on federal projects are unlicensed, warned truck operators working on federal projects that only federally operated trucks are exempt from license. During a raid of three months on bandits in Manchukuo 4,646 desperadoes were killed, and 1,076 captured, while 3,713 surrendered. EASTER OWNER M£NU M There's a touch of spring HI this Easter Dinner Menu by Marian McDonald. Try it You'll find the necessary foods at your "Jack Sprat Store',' priced to encourage buying. FRIDAY · SATURDAY APRIL 10th and 11th OVALTINE CHERRIES MUSTARD Creamed New Potato** ***« Gisp Sprmg VegeteM* S*M Hot Cross Bwn Geara or Sherbet G4* Coffer Get Detailed Recipes .. Printed On Handy Films Card.. At The Store r Soothes tired nerves-- S m,. builds bodies ran Mayflower Red Pitted No. 1(1 can Jack Sprat Salad or 8 «z. Horseradish Style jar 49° 10c CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE . . V1T 29c Famous "Drip Grind" fnr Vaculator, Dripolator, Silex OLIVES . . 'te 25c Jack,Sprat Placed Select Queens O L I V E S . . . 'bottle' Jack Sprat Placed Stuffed Manzanillas PRESERVES 16 oz. | Q jar I 7C Jack Sprat Pure Assorted Flavors f*f\f**f\ A M I IT* 3 oz- COCOANU1 Jack Sprat--Tender and Moist lOc COCOA . . Mayflower ' ' CAKE FLOUR Jack Sprat *P£ 15c ^r 23c * · Santa Claras--Medium Size Ibs. 19e WHEATIES The cereal children adore--Shirley Temple Autographed Pitcher FKBE with 2 rikgs. FRENCH jack DRESSING 8 or.. bottle 15e GELATIN JackS P rat -- \J^t-f\ i si-* g New Irnprov ed DESSERT Flavors 4 pkgs. 19c ICE CREAM Jack Sprat- POWDER 5 Flavors 5c Jack Sprat bottle, plu bottle chari ;. lOc Mayflower Seedless « · Ib. 17c MRS. TUCKER'S purest Vegetable SHORTENING on, 1 Ib. pkg. 19c EAT JACK SPRAT FOODS Candy Bars Jr. lOc All varieties Hershey's 2 ~ste"' 23c Milk Chocolate Bars Peanuts Sp p°und 15c Bran Flakes . . lOc Jack Sprat .lumbit Pit jr. Flour . '.'.Si- $1.89 R Grocer-Unconditionally R u a r a n t c c r t Flour . 4 2,£ $2.25 Gingham Girl--World's finest tiour Pineapple "wo 1 ' 4 19c Mayflower Broken Slices Corn . . \-anV 25c Jack Sprat Sugar D Nil. 2 can T O - r S O S . . - cans 35c I OC Jack Sprat Sweets Tomatoes ! «« s 25c Jack Sprat Lye ... «*,, 25c R Grocer--Double Strength ··^^^w^Ct" ^Q^^J^Jjvfc*- HORSE SH01 GROCERY 318 North Federal Phono 209 THOMPSON-DEAN CO. 121 North Federal Phone 317 CARL GRUPP 1339 North Federal Phone 430 SNYDER'S RITE-WAY 816 South Federal Phone 1800 WILLSON GROCERY UI1 Filleenth St. ST. W. Phone "il A. W. KITTO 402 Seventh St. S. E. FhonB 75i BARRETT BROS. CO. 20 Second St. N. E. Phone -13 W. S. LAWRENCE 402 Twelfth St. N. W. Phone 3137 S. P. SHAPIRO 52S N. Pennsylvania Phone 2187 CHICAGO MEAT GROCERY 626 S. .Tatkson Phone !J9* Funeral for Donegan, Pensioned Engineer, to Be at Eagle Grove E A G L E G K O V E--Michael I ) . Donegan, 79, pensioned North Western railway locomotive engineer, formerly of this city, died in DCS Moines Wednesday at the home oC his son, James. Funeral services will be held at the Sacred Heart church, Eagle Grove, Saturday at 9 n. m.. in charge of Ihe Rev. P. Malloy, and burial will be made in Calvary cemetery. He is survived by the wile, three sons, John and George, in Phoenix, Ariz.,' and James in Des Moines; by three, daughters, Marie in California, Kathleen in DCS Moines and Mrs. Ruth Ball in Missouri; one sister, Mrs. John H. Howell, in Eagle Grove, and by one brother in Des Moines, Maurice Donegan, who is chief justice o[ Ihe Iowa supreme court. Iowa Falls Fire Loss $4,000 During Year IOWA FALLS--Fire loss on city property 'from April ]. 19^5. to April 1, 1936, was less than S4.000. according to a report of Fiie Chief M. M. Kickels. The department answered 34 calls, including two from rural districts during the year. January was high month with seven calls. A. E. Giddings was re-elected president, Mrs. Guy M. Butts, vice president, and Mrs. L. L. Lease, treasurer. Officers Are Elected. WESLEY--The annual meeting of the Wesley Evergreen Cemetery association wa? held Tuesday night. Subsidized by Australia, an rx- pedition will investigate marine life of the Great Barrier Reef, which extends 1,200 miles along the coast of Queensland. Declani to Be April 18. CLARION--A contest for representative declamatory s p e a k e r s from rural schools of Wright county will be held in Clarion Saturday evening, April IS, in the high school auditorium. The speakers eligible for the contest are those who have won first places in thr, four divisions of the county. ALL youngsters love to hear Kcllogg'« Rice Krispies crackle in milk or cream. They love their delicious flavor too--and the Mother Goose stories on the hacks of Rice Krispies packages. Buy Rice Krispies today. Sold By grocers everywhere. Made hy Kellogg in Battle Creek. Quality guaranteed. SO CRISP they actually crackle in milk or cream ..AND IT'S REALLY TRUE M R1NSO SOAKS CLOTHES \ 4OR 5 SHADES WHITER J WITHOUT SCRUBBING] I KNOW-CLOTHES LAST LONGER, TOO. AND WHAT SUDS IN HARDEST WATER! RINSO SAVES LOTS OF MONEY ·"·^ Now--get whiter clothes just by soaking them TN TUB or washer, Rinso's thick suds loosen dire J. quickly and safely. Clothes come 4 or 5 shades whiter, and much brighter--without scrubbing or bailing. Even grimy cuffs and edges need only a gentle rub or two between the fingers. Easy on the clothes. How much easier Elmo makes dishwashing! Grease soaks right off in its creamy suds. Dishes, pots, pans come clean without a trace of greasy film on them. Recommended by makers of 33 washing machines. Gives rich suds no matter how hard the water may be, Rinso is America's big- gcsi-sclling package soap. YOU'RE A WONDER HELEN. I DON'T KNOW HOW YOU KEEP YOUR PEP WITH SO MUCH WORK IT'S ALL KNOWING HOW TO RELAX WITH A GOOD CUP OF T E A -- B E T T E R TRY SOME Y O U R S E L F COME RIGHT IN, MARIE, I'VE JUST THIS MINUTE FINISHED HOUSE CLEANING T E A ... it is ahvavs so uniformly ;;(»(»(), ;iii(l even %vhcii the fcmil builgelis lo» - , I. know I can afford a pacUagi-, ol" Upton's ... il is so economical ... l;i.sls lonj;rr .. . givr,= more ^ood cups jicr poiiml. iWrii loo. scvni l enjoy l l i c i r f i i p o f l.iplon's bcllrr. Il nuisl lie because Liplon's "all lea ijiialily"' gives Ihe pirenglh oi'Ilavor lhal mcu prefer. Whcllior il's for n pick-up aftor Iiousc- elcaniug or for re!a.\alion after an exciting aftcrnooubriclge.givemcLiplou'scvcr) liiwc. YELLOW IABEI ORANGE PEKOE K PEKOE ALSO GREEN JAPAN Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 · Friday -- Saturday 3£ Right to Limit -- We Deliver ?1.00 Order, MEAT DEPARTMENT Hams -- Whole or Half, for Easter Call Your Shot First Grade -- Second Grade -- Third Grade. The Center Slices Will Not Be Cut Out of the Hams. Try Decker's Famous lowana Hams. Veal Shoulder Roast, Ib. 15c Fancy Veal Stew, Ib.. . 10c Baby Beef Liver, Ib.. . 20c Beef Short Ribs, Ib.. . 1 Oc Sliced Bacon, Vz Ib... 17c Veal Shoulder Steak, Ib. 15c Pork Liver, Ib 12c Beef Chuck Roast, Ib. 16c Canadian Style Bacon, pound 38e Sugar Cured Bacon Squares, Ib...,.,.,.,.,. 20c LAMB -- CHICKENS -- FISH Eggs -- Strictly Fresh From Farmers. White Eggs -- Brown Eggs. Jell-0, Any Flavor, 6 pkgs. . . 25c FRUIT DEPARTMENT Lettuce, large heads, 2 for 15e Green Onions, 3 bunches . .- 1 Oc Potatoes, Fancy, peck 27c Radishes, 3 bunches.. lOc Carrots, large bunch .,,. 5c Oranges, Nice Size, 2 dozen 39c Winesap Apples, 5 Ibs. 25c Delicious Apples, 3 for TOc Potatoes, Fair, peck.. 21c New Cabbage, Ib 4c Rome Beauty Apples, 4 Ibs 25c Sweet Potatoes, 4 Ibs. 25c Cobbler Potatoes, Fair, Good Cookers, 100 Ibs 99c New Potatoes, Green Peppers, Cucumbers, Asparagus, Cauliflower, Strawberries, Celery. Prunes, 70-80 Size, 5 Ibs. . . 25c Libby's Olives, Ige. jar 25c Sweet Pickles, quarts. . 25c Purity Milk, tall, 4 for 29c Macaroni, pkg 5c Sardines, in Oil 5c Libby's Dill Pickles, Ige. 15c Mackerel, can lOc Yacht Club Tuna, can 15c Spaghetti, pkg 5c Oval Sardines, can. . , lOc Purity Bread, Giant Loaf . . . . 6c MONARCH Fish Tenderloin, can. . lOc Sauerkraut, can lOc Peas Carrots, can. . 20c Salad Mustard, j a r . . . lOc Ripe. Olives, can 25c Ketchup, large 17c Tomato Juice, 3 for. . 25c FINER FOODS Red Kidney B e a n s . . . . 1 Oc Diced Beets, can lOc Salad Vegetables, can 15c Horse Radish Mustard lOc Fruit Salad, can 19c Peanut Butter, large. . 29c Spinach, 2'/z can 19c Matches, 6 large boxes . . . . . 17c Just One Question There is just- one question in this coming campaign and that question is unemployment. Neither party has been able to make a dent in the unemployment situation in the last seven years. Do you think if possible that neither party knows the solution? If either party knows the solution, then they are holding out on us. Why not let both parties admit they can't solve the unemployed problem and turn the problem over to someone not in politics? LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. Peanut Butter, Sarge jar . . . . 21c MONARCH FINER FOODS Farm House Peas, can 1 Oc Sweet Peas, can 19c Strawberry Preserves, jar 25c Tomato Juice, '/z gal. 25c Food of Wheat, pkg.. . 19c Golden Corn, c a n . . . . Vacuum Corn, c a n . . . Apple Butter, jar, . .. Noodles, pkg Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib 15c 15c 25c lOc 19c P. G. Soap, giant bars, 7 for 25e Semdac Furniture Dressing, bottle. . . . 49c Red Head Cleaner, pkg. 23c Brooms, extra good. . . 49c Rub-No-More, Ige. pkg. 20c Sunbrite, can 5c Climax Cleaner, 3 for 25c FOLGER'S COFFEE, Ib Dic-A-Doo, Ige. pkg.. . 25c Oxydol, giant pkg.... 59c Mop Sticks ....... .. lOc Bab-0, 3 cons ...... 25c Gold Dust Scouring Powder ........ ..,, 5c FOLGER'S COFFEE, 2-lb. can Northrup-King Seeds -- Onion Sets -- Early Ohio Seed Potatoes Certified -- Early Ohio Seed Potatoes, U. S. No. 1 Hubbard's Chick Starter, 100 Ibs $2.90 Hubbard's Laying Mash, 100 Ibs $2.65 Hubbard's Concentrate, TOO Ibs $2.95 Omar Flour, 49 Ibs. (Spoon) 51.95 Seal of Minnesota Flour, 49 Ib ., $1-98 Mother Hubbard Flour, 49 Ibs $2.19 National Seal Flour, 49 Ifas $1.69 Oyster Shells, 100 Ibs 69c Stock Salt, 100 Ibs 69c Block Salt, Large Blocks 39c JJ

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