Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1934
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APRIL 19 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINETEEN Sylvia Sidney to Judge. CEDAR FALLS, April 19.--Pictures of three Iowa State Teachers college men will be submitted to Sylvia Sidney, motion picture star. from which she will select the most handsome man on the Teachers col- I Icg'e campus. The three men chosen by popular election in a contest sponsored recently by the Old Gold, student annual, were Anson Vinall, Newton: John Beebee, Logan; and Norton WhitelocU, Des Moines. U. S. COLLECTS GANGSTER GUNS IDEAL GROCERY 22(J S. Fed, Free Delivery. J'him*; 3'Jli 25c ..... 29c ..... 29c ..... 29c SALMO-V (·Ink. 2 fur ...... J'OT.Il'OES Onn While. I'll. Kn»li. S Out. . OATMEAJ. 10 His. for BUTTEIl Special COOKIES I'ountl .... VECJETABLE .SOri 4 tar COFFEE Very K°"*I* l- u - ....oc 25c 19c Burl: Wins as Pitcher Is i Good for Homer in Fourth BANCROFT. April 19. -- Each team getting 5 hits. Burt high defeated Bancroft on the local diamond 7 to 3. Riddle. Burt pitcher, smacked a homerun in the second with the sacks loaded. He also fanned 6 and Carter added 3 more. Welp whiffed 9 for Bancroft. Long and McGuire were catchers. The local team made 4 errors, the visitors 1. Cut Rate Grocery SAVES YOU MONEY Let Us Have Your Grocery and Meat Orders--We Know We Can Save You Money. 30 E. Slate St.--Phone 113-1 «: 508 1st. St. S. W.--Phone 111 Chase Sanborn COFFEE, 1-lb. can... FRESH STKAWBESIUES (Sure Fine) 3 boxes . . . . JERSEY CREAM FLOUR, 4:9 'round (tl C C Sack .pi.JJ TRIUMPH FLOUR (None Better) fl»1 ' iD-lb. sack ?*· NORA SPRINGS CREAMERY BUTTER, per pound ].2c CORN, PEAS ana TOMATOES, can ····MM 15c SHRIMP, 'i. cans 25c DILL PICKLES, pint jars lOc FANCY DRIED PEACHES, 2 IDs 25c Mr. Farmer: Bring us your eggs--they buy more here. SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Extra large (sure good) 5 lor Gelatine Powder, (all flavors) C pkgs... PUKE CRISCO, 3 pounds. 35c CRACKERS, 2-lb,-caddy... 19c Our Stores Are -as Close as Your Phone. We Deliver Orders of i0c or Store. 25c SANI-FLUSH, per can ·MB Butternut Coffee 1 111. can SUNIUST LEMONS Extra Large, iper dozen CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, 10 bars. FANCY ONIONS; G pounds We MELO (water softener) can .-.-.· FRESH EGGS (best -t g in town) dozen 1 ^l C STRAWBERRIES (Svrecten- 'ed) No. 10 cans CABBAGE, oer pound LIMA BEANS, 3 pounds 3c 25c GRAPENUT FLAKES, Q (Spoon Free) ])l;g .. "*- ORANGES, Sweet and Juicy Dozei ·S5c FANCY 19c COOKIES, per Hi SALAD DRESSING OK SANDWICH SPREAD, J r quart jar £if\. OYSTER SHELLS, 100-lb. sacks PRICES ABOVE GOOD FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY C. E. BUSH, Mcrr. 30 East State Street EARL BDSH, Mgr. 508 First Street S. W. Cut Rate Grocery Wife Preservers If you are troubled with chapped hands, try this: Get some mutton tallow from your butcher, render it and put in a jar. Apply a little to the hands every day. Evidence that gangsters improvise their own "pet'' guns \v:is unearthed in the St. Paul raid of u John Dillinger hideout. This array of urms was collected in Washington for examination by the .justice department. Frank Baughman, justice official, holds a gangster-made "baby" machine gun. (.Associated Press Photo). America's national salute is much like the fascist's, except that the hand is closed and the thumb horizontal.--Kessinger's Kevlew. Some men succeed and some enjoy figuring what they might have made if they had used another method.--Cedar Kapids Gazette- SHOP ANY DAY AT LOWEST AVERAGE STOP AND SHOP Free Delivery on $1.1M Order Y O U R LGeA S T O R E 123 No. Federal Avc. AND REALIZE A SAVING PRICES ALWAYS FOOD MARKET Phone 2727 FRIDAY and SATURDAY TOILET Butter Lux Sugar "IGA" Churned Fresh Daily For a Lovely Complexion BEET Fine - Granulated Cloth Bag CAMPBELL'S TOMATO Garden Fresh Vegetables Florida Seedless Grapefruit 7 for No. 1 Round Russet, Peck Fresh California. 2 Bunches Firm Yellow, Bananas 3 pounds for The Best You Can Buy Tender Fresh Exeats CLEAN-UP PRICE f LIFETIME CHROMIUM BON BON DISH ^ i AT W« *^- Witeatles ^ P^s. While Supply Lust* NO. 10 CAN FRUITS 1 CAN PEACHES, 1 CAN PEARS. 1 CAN CHERRIES, 1 CAN PRUNES lilf WAS Igc.pkg. PROTEST TAX ON GOLD IN CANADA New Levy Greeted by Sharp Decline on Exchange in Mining Issues. TORONTO. April 1U. U')--A sharp decline in gold mining: issues on the Vancouver exchange and a roar of protest from mine operators greeted Canada's new 10 per cent tax on gold today. Crying "sheer confiscation." a delegation of mining men rushed to Ottawa to protest. Governors of the Toronto stock exchange called a hurried meeting' before the opening this morning. The drop at Vancouver was the first notable reaction to the announcement of the new tax by Hon. Edgar N. Rhodes, finance minister, in his budget speech yesterday at Ottawa. Some issues recorded losses running as high as 50 cents a share. The Pacific coast exchange was the only one open, owing to the time difference. G. C^ Bateman, secretary of the Toronto Mining association and one of the delegation sent to the capital late last night said "it certainly looks to me that the government has deliberately gone out of its way to stop all this new activity with which gold mining in Canada is faced." The new tax is expected to produce 510,000,000 revenue annually for the government. Bateman said it would increase by 300 per cent the amount of revenue extracted from the gold industry. CHEVROLET HAS LARGE INCREASE 97,194 Units Delivered by Company in March' Local Company Learns. Chevrolet dealers during' the month of March delivered at retail a total of 97,194 units, according to information received by the S. and I R. Chevrolet company Here. I Tills compared with retail dcliv- | erics in March a year ago of 41,093 units, or more than 23'J per cent of tliu 1933 March figure. This is the largest March retail sales reported since March in 11)30. Sales during the month just past bring the total for the first quarter I of this year up to 177.271 units as ' compared to 124,074 units in the first three months of 1933, making the period 142 per cent of the 1933 quarter. Large gains in retail deliveries of commercial cars and trucks are also reported. Deliveries by denkvs in March were more than three times those of March a year ago. amounting to 25,974 commercial ears and trucks and bringing the total for the first q u a r t e r of this year up to 1)9,312. First q u a r t e r sales in the commercial field were more than double those of the same period in 1933, and established a record first quarter figure unequalled in five years. MASON CITY TO E TRUCK SITE District 1 Meet Will Be at Stadium on Saturday May 12 -- Brown. DES MOINES, April 19. OP)-George A. Brown, secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic association, announced today there would be eight district Intel-scholastic track meets to qualify competitors for the state meet at Grinnell, ! May 19. ' Three of the meets \vill be held Friday night, May 11, and five on Saturday, May 12. The location of the meets and managers follow: District 1: Mason City, Principal James Rae. District 2: Cherokee, Supt. N. D. McComo. District 3 : V a 1 ley J u n c t i o n , (night) Supt. H. W. Fearing. District -1 : F a i r f i e 1 d, (night) Principal J. F. T. Sauv. District 5: Creston, (night) Principal J. H. Trefz. District 6: Deiiison. Supt. L. P. Sewell. District 7: Grant high, Cedar Rapids, Principal Fred Kluss. District 8: Fort Dodge, Principal C. T. Feelhaver. Entries must be in by May G, and a high school may enter any meet it desires but can compete in only one. First and second place winners will qualify for the finals at Grinnell. Mr. Brown also announced today there will be eight district high school baseball tournaments, May 4 and 5. with each county entitled to select one team to enter the district competition. The secretary said locations for the meets will be decided later. The state tournament will be Mav 11 and 12 at Ames. 17 lowans Get Jobs on Retail Sales Tax; Osage Man Included DES MOINES, April 19. t.Ti-- | Seventeen persons have been em- pioyed in the retail sales tax division of the state board of assessment and review, board members said today. The new employes will receive .salaries ranging from 57.1 to 5125 a month, Chairman J. Ray Murphy c" the board said. Roy H. Wilkinson of Alta was slimed general cashier. Herbert A, "·Jninslam! of Davenport collection tlcnaitment manager, and Thomas D." McClenahan of Cedar Rapids sales tax cashier. Other persons employed include Roy C. Hoick, Wcllsburg: Mrs. Mae Osier. Ottumwa; Mary L. Thicsen. Dubuquc: Dorothy McCoy, Odeboldt; Frank Hamilton, Maquoketa; Mrs. Bess Hansen, Davenport: Veronica Morrisscy, Albia; Bernard C. Sullivan, Osage; Mrs. Dorothy Kern, Muscatine: Beulah Wagner, Newton: Herbert B. Heycr. Sunnier: I Ucrnice Fidler. Pierson: Elizabeth ! Reimbokl. Keokuk. FLAVOR PRICE Riiiiimhcr to include Rajah on your shopping list. too. Us so delicious. So distinctive. It has a tempting sweet-sour ·goodness.. .-with just the right zcstful tang. And it's rich and creamy-smooth. Value-wise women have tried other dressings--only to make their final favorite. cnuincly good--and price is down-right rifty. "MY DIMMER IS ALL PREPARED. I'VE FIXED JIM'S FAVORITE SALAD" MONEY BACK ...if Rajah docs not satisfy you in every way. 2prat27c quart 23c IpintlCc ..THAT REMINDS ME! I MUST STOP AT THE A6P FOR. ANOTHER JAR OF RAJAH" HtKUfl*. ''*' ^^^g^miWiX^^^^^M BROOKFIELD or CORN COUNTRY BUTTER PEL MONTE CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, 2 No. 2 cans 27c; 3 No. 1 cans BLUE RIBBON Malt . can Mild American , II El HZ Soups Except Consomme ^ med and Clam Chowder cans White House Milk 3 SNOW WHITE--COTTON SOFT 8emin01e Tissue . « 4 Shortening , ENCORE PREPARED Royal R. S. P. Cherries, 2 No. 2 cans 25c Diced Beets, 8 oz. can 5c Chocolate. Ambrosia Baking, '/, lb. cake 10c Bulk Oat Meal, 9 Ibs 25c HOME DRESSED . . . ib.16c . . . ring 5C Windsor ^ 1/tG R 4 jk 2^f . *T lui'i^lW TEAK . 2ibs.25c . . i b . 1 5 c .Fine Chick Feed, 100 Ibs Crackers, white or graham, 2 box FLOUR, Sunnyfield, 49 lb. bag S ....$1.85 Ib. 19c 1.65 SWEET CALIF. N A V E L V. S. NO. 1 K. K. VALLEY EARLY OHIO l^bag^ F I K J I YELLOW New POTATOES, lb 5c CARROTS, bunch 5c RADISHES, 3 bunches lOc SWEET POTATOES, Ib 5« ONION PLANTS. 2 bunches 15c MIDD7.E WESTEKN D I V I S I O N

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