Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 20
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1934
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WENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 19 1934 Anderson Elected to Succeed Lubbers as Legion Finance Head ' CLINTON, April 19. 0=P--George O. Anderson, adjutant of June Van Meter post, 190, American Legion, since it was founded today was notified of his election as finance officer of the department of Iowa. Anderson was elected by the state executive board to fill the vacancy created by the death March 26 of J. A. Lubbers of Clinton. Anderson formerly was state graves registration committee chairman. The salary of Emperor Kangsteh of llanchukuo la $1,750,000 a year. A fair wage as things go, but Americana will naturally ask what bonus goes with it.--Boston Trail- script. A naval race does- not necessarily signify battle, but it serves a practical purpose as it reminder of the fact, so often demonstrated, that nobody is afraid to fight if necessary.--The Washington Star. m$ rEPNDELL FOOD VLANVILIE FOOD STORED HfeJ^"* PHONE 834 "QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES" QUALITY FOODS I Are Not High Priced Here I Strawberries SSU 2Boxes25c I BUTTER WwS" . . . Ib.24|c SUGAR (Beet.) GR. STRING KE No. 2 cans -f f| (Gold Peep) ..,,, At? Yellow. 5 lb$\... GINGER AUS- Stuart, 24 oz. -TOILET PAPER 2-34 «*ff c for __._ MO PEANUT BUTTER £l__23 e Grass Garden Seeds Home Baked Foods Bread - Rolls · Cakes Pies - Cookies Salads - Meat Loaf TOMATO JUICE Vfernddl, 9C\C S pint jars Mv) BROWN SUGAR' 25 SOAPS 8 Gaint l\ G. _25c Chipso. large l~c Kirks Hardwater 5c Camay, bar 5c Soaps Are Higher BUY NOW WHEATIES Bon Bon Dish and OC* 3 Wheatles £OC KRAFT NEW LOAF CHEESE Xry It--Demonstration Sat. CIGARETTES Pkg. 140 Carton ?1.37 Quality Meats in Our Meat Department VEAL LAMB BEEF POULTRY DECKER'S DECKER'S DECKER'S DECKER'S SELECT CANNED QUALITY COLD BEEF MEATS SAUSAGE MEATS CARLGRUPP QUALITY ^f Y FOOD SHOP PHONE 420 1339 NORTH FEDERAL ~ ANNOUNCEMENT We have joined the Rite Way Stores. Our desire to furnish our customers the best food obtainable at moderate cost has been our motive in joining 'this large family of Rite Way Food Stores. Read the Rite Way specials in this paper each week . . . these specials can now be had at this store. Rite Way Advertisements deserve to be commended because of their truthful and descriptive nature. HAMS lowana. 10 to 18 Pound Average. Whole or Half. DECKER'S IOWANA WHOLE OR HALF SLABS... Ib.Hc Ib. 19c GROUND BEEF, Ib. lOc BEEF TENDERLOIN, Ib CORN BEEF NEW CABBAGE, Ib. GRTJPP'S FAMOUS Ib. 15c 3c NKW CARROTS, bunch.. BABECUE STYLE RIBS . Ib. 15c PORK ROAST, End or Sh'ld., Ib. i.. 1 Grupp's BRAUN- 1O. 2 C SCHWEIGER, ,lb. 1 0 1 FLOUR FOUR- 49-LB. SQUARE SACK $1.79 SWISS COLLEGE *)P CHEESE, Ib £«)t SODA CRACKERS, 2-lb. pkg Super Suds 3 for. 25c Crystal White Soap Chips 25c 2 for Palmolive for Soap CRYSTALWH1TE SOAP" £"19c WE WILL HOLD A SPECIAL "R" GROCER COFFEE DEMONSTRATION There is a Surprise in Store For You Here Saturday SENTENCES GIVEN ON VARIETY OF CRIMINAL CASES Forgery, Larceny, Driving While Intoxicated Call for Terms. Four men under Indictment were sentenced Thursday after plciis of guilty and two entered pious of not guilty. County Attorney M. L. Mason represented the state in each case. M. F. Broderlck pleaded guilty to 11 charge oC forgery and was sentenced to six months In the county jiiil. A four month sentence was p;iven John Draht'lm who pleaded guilty to larceny Clarence Sttuitou. charged with operating n motor vehicle while In- toicicaUHl. ple.'uUM guilty and was isl to serve three months in ounty jtul. The lost two of the sentence are to be niifil nt the completion of the month's confinement, and he » paroled on good behavior. I he first will Stanton's driving license was also suspended for three months. Pleading guilty to carrying concealed weapons, Charles Gilbert was fined $100 and ordered to be confined In the county Jail until the fine was paid or for a period not to exceed cm; month. Jack Otto, indicted as a common thief, and Roland Wood, charged with driving 1 while Intoxicated, entered pleas of not guilty. Troops on Guard in Alabama Coai Fields to Prevent Disorder BIRMINGHAM, Ala., April 19. (.11--Troops guarded against further bloodshed today in the strike torn Alabama coal fields. Reports of "all quiet': came from the Jefferson county area, where a Negro picket was killed and a white miner wounded yesterday,-but civil and military authorities feared additional outbreaks. Steel-helmeted national guardsmen kept watch in one mining camp In the Dogena section, where Negro pickets, armed with clubs, were reported to have halted cars. Other guardsmen, ready to dash to the scene of any sign of disorder, remained under arms at the Birmingham armory. Iowa Gideons to Hold Annual Conventions at Waterloo May 3, 4,5 WATERLOO, April 19. UPh- Iowa Gideons will hold their thirty- fifth annual convention at the local Y. M. C. A. May 3, 4 and D', the committee in charge has announced. State President P. F. Arncy of Mar- shalltown will preside at a campfire on the evening of the opening day. Saturday, the second day, will be given over to convention work and to business sessions. A union service Sunday night will conclude the convention. The rumor perlsts that Diilingcr has had his face lifted, though one school of thought holds the elevation should begin at the neck.--Des Molnes Tribune. SHREDDED WHEAT Eat it for Breakfast It Keopi You Going Till Lunch TfiOIHPSffN-DfAN CC ORANGES, Sunkist Fancy 176 Navels, dozen COFFEE, Batavia 0. B. G., 3 pounds -CATSUP, Batavia large PINEAPPLE, Batavia Raggedy Anne, 3 cans CHOC STARRS, pure milk chocolate, Ib GARDEN CITY CLEANER, 5 pound can _ DICKADOO CLEANER, rtff c package _ / 2* CLIMAX CLEANER, A ff c 3 cans M v MEAT DEPARTMENT BEEF ROASTS, -I ol . . . -I r (Corn' Fed Chuck) LL2C. and 1J C BEEF ROAST Ofi/- (Fancy Rolled Rib) Ib iUC DECKER'S FRANKS, 9*?*« Imported Style, per can tijC Fancy Lamb - Veal - Home Made Bologna Fresh Killed Hens - 2 Pound Broilers 29' 95' 19' 79' 23' 50' Home Made Bread and Pastry Buy Quality^* For Economy Asparagus Strawberries National Fruit Co. PHONE 824 101 South Federal Ave, FREE DELIVERY BANANAS, 4 Ibs 25c GRAPEFRUIT, Seedless, 6 for... 25c CaUf - ^ avels Sweet and Juicy) Size ISO's. DOZ. · POTATOES, Idaho Russets Peck 30c; d»l or 100-lb. sack.. «DI»OJ P. AND G. SOAP 10 Medium Bars 25c 7 Giant Bars. 25c CHIPSO, package 15c FOLGER'S COFFEE, Ib. 2-lb. can.. 32c 61c MONARCH PEAS, E. June, No. 2 can Monarch CATSUP, 14-oz. bottle 15c KIRK'S HARDWATER CASTILE, 6 bars Palmollve or Camay, 5 for 25c WHOLE KERNEL CORN. 3 cans GREEN TEA, Dound 28c 25c COMPLETE LINE FRESH VEGETABLES RED PITTED CHERRIES, No. 10 can GREEN STRINGLESS BEANS, 3 No. 2 cans. 28c OXYDOL, package Monarch COFFEE, Lb. 25c; 3 Ibs Monarch SPINACH, No. 2 can, 2 for.. MONARCH FRUIT COCKTAIL, tall can TOMATOES COOL SPRING, 3 No. 2 cans BUTTER COOKIES, Ib. box 15c MONARCH EGG NOODLES, I A pound pkg ASv MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME BAKING United Fruit Co. PHONE 749 33 East State St. FREE DELIVERY fflIi/4 PIECE '' SAVE IO BOX TOP5..OR -- S E N D 3 BOX TOPS AND 5O · GROWTH AND VITALITY W H E A T ItUt C E R E A L OMAHA flouR MILLS O M A U A N E B R . '.AT A L L C R O C E KROPMAN GROCERY 19 Ninth St. N. E. We Deliver HOME-OWNED STORE OF QUALITY FOODS Friday and Saturday Specials ..25c BUTTER, 1 Ib SALMON MACKEREL, 1 Ige. can lOc; 3 cans 29c BROOMS, real good values - 39c HEINZ CATSUP, large bottle ...,..--- -We OLIVES, large jar - ~~~~~ : - 15c CLOTHESLINES, 50 feet - ;--- -- 10c STARTER MASH, 100 Ibs. bag $2.15 LAYING MASH, 100 Ib. bag - 5 1 - 98 SHELLS, 100 Ib. bag __._ -- 95c SUNBRITE CLEANSER, 6 cans - 29c POWDERED SUGAR, 3 Ibs 21c RAIN WATER CRYSTALS 19c PRUNES, 3 Ibs. 25c CORN MEAL, Yellow Quaker, 5 Ibs 10c MR. FARMER: We are paying 15c a dozen in trade for eggs. Piggly Wiggly WOMEN EVERYWHERE LIKE TO SHOP AT PIGGLT-W1GGLY BECAUSE OF ITS UNIQUENESS. IT HAS COME TO COUNTLESS NUMBERS OF WOMEN AS A DISCOVERY THEY LIKE TO TALK ABOUT ... A DELIGHTFUL ADVENTURE. HERE, WOMEN ARE ENTIRELY FREE TO CHOOSE FOR THEMSELVES THE FOOD THEY BUY! Prices Quoted Below Effective FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 20-21 SODA CRACKERS . . . 2 pound box 17 C KEEP A SUPPLY ON HAND For Pastry and Deep Fat Frying. 3-LB. CAN ..... Cress Corn Fancy Whole Kernel No. 1 Cans. 3 FOK I Crisco For Pastry and Dee K.C. Baking Pwd. ig c Mix Vegetables 1 AC Reliable. 25-OZ. CAN ............................ ^ For S» U P ° r Sala - *°- z CA.K .................... " ^^ Sauer Kraut O c Delux Peas 1 £ c .T»«I, BnTMt: VO. 2 'fl.ANS .............................. ^ Del Monte. N O . 2 C A N S ......................... ^^ Jack Sprat. NO. 2 CANS HERSHEY COCOA /z POUND . . . . 1 POUND J| ^ TOMATO SOUP Campbell's Stock Up at This Saving 6Ch Puffed Wheat g c Ovaltine Everyone Likes It. PACKAGE ........................ .-^^ Shredded Wheat |c Sun Brite ^^ ^^^ . A Healthful Food for All. PACKAGE Cocoanut In Cello Bags. Sweetened Long Shreds. POUND Kitchen. 3 CAJ^S Soap Chips Blue Barrel. 5-POUND BOX SCHILLING COFFEE Read the Guarantee on the Can pound Pickled Fruit 1Cc Fresh Fig Bars ||c Libby's Fancy Pears, Apricots, peaches. 3/j CANS.. .^^«^ LB Chocolate 14c Pickled Pig Feet Hershey, Baking, i/,-POUND BAR ^f Decker's. QUART JARS ISc Roma Coffee 21 c ^^^ ^^^^ r\~n. t ,-- ;* tr«»ali +n Untf Vnn T»ATT'Vn .^^^^ ^^^ Hershey, Baking, i/ 2 -] Roast Beef Just Heat and Sen-e. NO. 1 FLAT CAN. Ground Fresh to Suit You. POUND PINEAPPLE Broken Slices. NO. 2'/ 2 CANS PEACHES 17c Libby's Fancy. 'NO. 2'/ 2 CANS * Stuffed Olives £4o Queen Olives Libby's. Large Size. 10-OZ. JAR ~.^^«^ Rosedale. 26-OZ. JAR FRUIT AND PRODUCE HINTS Strawberries 2£c Oranges 29c 2 BOXES ^1 Sweet and Juicy. 150 Size. DOZEN ~ Cabbage, New * c New Peas Solid, Crisp Heads. POUND *^ Sweet and Tender. 3 POUNDS Grapefruit C c Apples winesaps 64 Size, Seedless. EACH Jf An Excellent E /ting Apple. 4 POUNDS Idaho Russets %Ce Sweet Potatoes PECK * POUNDS WE PAY HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS-CASH OR TRADE ill II

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