The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 21
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1934
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r APRIL 19 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-ONE Enjoy this finer flavor "SA1ADA" TEA "Fresh from the Gardens" 583 Will Go to Washington. GARNER, April 19.--Mrs. C. H. Schneider will start Saturday night for Washington in time to see the famous cherry trees in bloom. Mrs. Schneider will make a visit of indefinite length with the family of her niece, Mrs. Kate Baldwin. RITES HELD AT FREDERICKSBURG Mrs. Moody, 89, Survived by Two Daughters and Five Sons. FREDERICKSBURG, April 19.-Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy Moody, 89, were held Thursday afternoon at the George Moody home with the Rev. John Dawson officiating. Mrs. Moody died at her home Tuesday after a several weeks' illness. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Arthur Short of Freder- icksburg, Mrs. Frank Steams of Waterloo and five sous, Charles, George and Howard, all of Fredericksburg and Lester and Jess of Hawkeye. Burial was in the West cemeterv. Funeral for Mrs. Zubrod Planned at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON. April 19.-Mrs. Valentine Zubrod, 7C, died at her home Tuesday evening after a short illness. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon with the Rev. F. W. Koenig in charge. She is survived by one son, Perry Foster, Foley, Minn., two daughters, Mrs. Dessie Foster Furlong, New Hampton and Mrs. Vernon Foster Tabor, Billings, Mont. _ The "treasures" are GROCERY BARGAINS If you can save on Food products of national fame, that's "treasure", isn't it? Real negotiable coin of the realm right in your pocket! You'll find some of these chest o' gold values in this advertisement. You Q|1T WAV C-fSAH C TAD EC can't miss 'em .. your natural sense of thrift will enable you to spot 'em at |\l I E" VTAl T\J\JU 9 I WKLO a glance. And there are more..dozens more .. in the store MASON CITY DIVISION Every day of every week you II find similar savings at your Rite-way hood Store. They're not hidden, as most treasures are.. you don't have to "dig" Special Value Effective Friday, for them. We keep'em in plain sight, boldly price-tagged for your convenience. April 20 to Thursday, April 26 Grapefruit Jack Sprat--Onl; Tomatoes Mayflower--Ha P'nut Butter ·?25« Jack Sprat--Ground Fresh Wheat Cereal ^18 Jack Sprat--Cooks Quickly Friday Saturday Only Jack Sprat--Only the Hearts Mayflower--Hand Packed BAKER'S PREMIUM NO. I CHOCOLATE Friday Saturday Only CAIUMET BAKIN6 POWDER, J LB.CAN MILK .. 3 * 19 Jack Sprat--Pure Evaporated--Tall Cans S A L T . . . Jack Sprat--For Table Use Magic Washer -as. 23 PRUNES 2-25 Santa Claras--50-60 Size Salted Fnuts^lO Jack Sprat -- Freeh Gelatin Desser 4 pks 17 Jack Sprat -Crackers AH Cri Ovaltine - 43* The Food Beverage Friday Saturday Only Jack Sprat -- All Flavors AH Crisp Sodas' INSTANT POSTUM "3 ft* /2L6.CAN BIS 4 The Favorite on Wash Days Friday Saturday Only jOftp lllK6$ ^tage' jj) BIG 4 Laundry Soap 5 15 White Napntha Pels Naphtha v 5 JELLO 3'/4 02. package KJ ^ fa package R Grocer COFFEE Laundry Soap Good Cheer COFFEE -ss- KITCHEN KLENZER regular cans for Friday Saturday Only R GROCER FLOUE 49 Ib. sack Friday Saturday Only LA FRANCE Laundry Powder 2 packages Evtry Sunday Evening - £.00 to 6:30 P. M. I "RITE-WAY MUSICAL REVERIES" I Thurtdty - Fridiy - S.tuiJey - 7:45 to 8:00 A. M. B · A Prosrsm of Entertainment ami Pr«titil Intcrtit SATINA per package Buy Now! RITE-WAY FOOD STORES Buy Now! LIBRARIANS TO HOLD MEETINGS District Sessions Planned at Forest City, Waverly and Laurens. DES MOINES, April 19. U'J-- Arrangements for eight district meetings of librarians and library trustees under the direction of the Iowa Library association were announced today by Secretary Julia A. Robinson of the state library commission. The meetings will be held in various sections of the state beginning April 24 and will be featured by addresses on library matters, business methods, library planning and book talks. Miss Mary Bell Netherout, president of the Iowa Library association and librarian of Drake university, and Miss Robinson will attend the district meetings. The district meetings also will vote on the choice of the site for the annual fall meeting of the state association, the selection probably resting between Sioux City and Des Moines, and will elect chairmen for next year. The general public will be invited to attend the afternoon sessions of the district gatherings, which will be devoted to matters of more general interest such as panel discussions by the staffs of the various libraries. The district meetings in North Iowa and their special speakers follow: Northeast, Waverly, Tuesday, May l, Dora F. Carter of Fayette, chairman. Books--Waterloo Library Staff. Address--"Interesting Contacts in Malaysia," Mrs. J. E. Dorman, Fayette. Northwest, Laurens, Tuesday, May 15. Helen Rex of Spencer, chairman. Books--panel discussion, various librarians. Address--Legislation, Representative P. H. Don- Ion, Ruthven. North Central. Forest City, Thursday, May 17, Charlotte E. Crosley of Webster City, chairman. Books--Panel discussion, Mason City library staff. Address--"Two Most Discussed Books of the Past Year." Johnson Brigham, state librarian. Mrs. Higdon Funeral Conducted at Bntt; 8 Children Survive BRJTT, April 19.--Funeral services for Mrs. Benjamin Higdon were held Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church with the Rev. G. W. Eggleston in charge. Burial was made in the Evergreen cemetery. Mary Jane Vanschoyck was born at Le Roy, 111., July 4, 1861. On March 21, 1886, she was married to Benjamin Higdon and to this union were born eight children who with the husband survive. They are the Rev. E. K. Higdon, Manila, P. I.; E. E. Higdon of Eureka, 111., Mrs. Paul E. Millian of Shelbyville, Ind., R. H. Higdon of Britt, Claude L. Higdon of Hebian, III., Benjamin F. Higdon, Jr., of Britt, Mrs. Floyd R. Nelson of Cody, Wyo., and Mrs. H. A. Raw of Red Wing, Minn. Salaries of Teachers in Riceville Increased RICEVILLE, April 19.--At a meeting of the school board Tuesday evening all teachers but two in both grades and high school were re-elected with a slight increase in salaries. Action on one of the teachers was delayed until it is learned whether or not the others will accept contracts. The matter of continuing the decorating work on the school-house, which was started with C. W. A. workers, was left in the hands of a committee. Will Discuss Codes. MANKATO, April 19. «')-- Codes for printers will be discussed April 22 at the meeting here of Southern Minnesota Printers. Officers of the International Typographical union and the American Federation of Labor will attend. is what a woman asks for when buying salt in Germany. Here in America, 2/3 of all women ask for Morton's because-WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets NO. 1 -- NO. 2 -- NO. 3 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY WE IJELlVKIt $1.00 OHDERS MEAT DEPARTMENT Decker's Baby Beef Liver, Ib ............ 15c Decker's Beef Boil, Ib .............. ... : ?c Decker's Pork Cutlets, Ib ....... ........ : 15c Sterling Home-Made Bologna, Ib ....... ... loc Sterling Minced Ham, Ib ........... .... 15c Sterling Summer Sausage. Ib ........... ISc Sterling Select Flank Steak. Ib .......... 15c Sterling Smoked Country Sausage. 2 Ibs. 25c Sterling Slab Bacon, Ib ................ 1 8c Sterling Veal Steak, Ib ................ 15c Eggs Strictly Fresh, Direct from Farmers Chickens Direct from Farmers Kildall's Famous Dill Pickles. 4 for ...... IQc FRUIT DEPARTMENT Strawberries, fancy, 2 boxes 25c Lettuce, large, solid heads , Gc Celery, New Florida Stock lOc Delicious, Extra Fancy Apples, each ..., ; 2c Arizona Grapefruit, Seedless, 6 for ISc Lemons, large Sunkist, dozen 29c Oranges, Sunkist large ""o££ 29c Oranges, good size. 2 dozen 35c Oranges, medium size, dozen 2oc Oranges, extra large, dozen 31c Oranges, Florida, 2 dozen 45c Grapefruit, Florida Seedless, 5 for 25c Cauliflower, Cucumbers, Green Onions, Khubarb, Radishes, Asparagus, Green Peppers, Tomatoes, Carrots, Beets, Turnips, Bermuda Onions--New Crop. Pure Cider Vinegar, gal 19c Mustard, quarts Value Milk, tall cans. 4 for Banner Oats, large pkg Macaroni or Spaghetti. 5 pkgs Bulk Pearl Barley. 4 Ibs ISc 25c lac 25c Matches, Ige. boxes, 6 for 22c Monarch Peanut Butter, large jar.. Monarch Apple Butter, large jar .. Monarch Strawberry Preserves, jar. Monarch Fruit Cocktail, can Monarch Grape Juice, pint 25c 25c 25c 15c 22c Sardines, 7 cans 25c Monarch Yacht Club Peas, can... Monarch Red Kidney Beans, can. Monarch Salad Vegetables, can .., Monarch Hominy, large 2'/z can .. Monarch Yacht Club Tuna, can.., 15c lOc 15c , 15c 15c P. G. Soap, 10 bars _ 25c OVERPRODUCTION Approximately 50,000,000 people are receiving- some sort of help from the federal government at the present time; that don't sound liko over-production; It Is nothing but lack of buying: power. Spread the profits aiVd give the masses buying; power, then \\'o can double the wealth of this country in a few years. Instead of a car in every garage and two chickens in the pot, we will have year 'round jobs for everyone with real buying power and America, will be known * as the Utopia of the world. Sterling Coal Feed Co. [ Sterling Coal Holds the Cold From the Home LUKE B. MILLER JACK McCOLE, Mgr. Crackers, 2 Ib. caddy 19c Pure Sorghum, 2 '/ 2 can Pure Sorghum, 1/2 gallon Imitation Preserves, large jar.. Cool Spring's Tomato Juice, can Cool Spring's Tomatoes, can ... 15c 25c 23c lOc lOc Gold Dust, Ige, pkg. 15c Gingerale, large bottle 15c Morgan's Red Pitted Cherries, can lac Crest Yellow Whole Kernel Corn, can.... lOc Peas, Soaked, can lOc Libby's Kraut, large 2'/; can lac Kraft's Miracle Whip, qts 25c Crystal White Soap Chips, giant pkg 29c Oxydol, giant pkg 49c Climax Cleaner, 3 cans 25c Dic-A-Doo Cleaner, large pkg 25c Palmolive, Camay, Kirk's, bar 5c Chase Sanborn Coffee "%i27c Folger's Coffee, Ib. can 32c Folgers' Coffee, 2-lb. can «2c Bliss Coffee, Ib. can 25c Hill's Bros. Coffee. Ib 35c Butternut Coffee. Ib 33c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib 21c jLonghorn Cream Cheese, Ib. 15c Clear Lake Butter, Ib 7 Mason Maid Butter, II) ? Jersey Cream Flour. 49-lb. bag 81.59 Occident Flour, 49-lb. bag $2.12 i Block Salt 40c Stock Salt, 100 Ibs (9c Standard Oyster Shells. .10(1 Ibs 69c Early Ohio Seed Potatoes Cobbler Seed Potatoes Onion Sets -- Seeds -- Onion Plants Brooms, extra good 39c Beet Sugar. 100 Ibs S4.94 Sweet Corn Seed, bulk. Ib lac Grass Seed, extra good, Ib 29c M!!. FAKMKJ!:--BKI.Nft VS YOl'K IXMiS--CASH UK TRADE-- A N V OF TI1K S STOKES

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