The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 22
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April 19, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

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'^TM^ZI~^'·---.---.-"--- -"---^v-- -.-_- ,..^^....^..,^.^.. r! . =rr; .,.^^^^^ TWENTY-TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 19 1934 KIWANIANSHEAR MUSIC PROGRAM ·Group Numbers, Solos Given by High School Players and Singers. A program of unusually high merit, drawn from the music de partment of the high school, was presented Thursday noon at the meeting of the Kiwanis club in Hote Hanford. Miss Marjorie B. Smith string instrument instructor; Misi Ellen Smith, vocal instructor, and Carleton L. Stewart, band instrument instructor,, introduced the various numbers on the program. Annibel Wilhite and Betty Lou Crowell played a violin duet with Maxine Carmen as accompanist This was followed by a string chamber group, composed of Dorothy Evans, Evelyn' ' Chees'oman, Miss Wilhite and Miss Crowell. violinists, and Ruth Anne O'XeU. cellist. Vocal Irio Heard. Roger Downing then gave two vocal numbers with Ellen Smith as accompanist. A vocal trio was composed of Don K-anz, Russsll Herscth and Sir, Downiisg. A cornet solo was presented by Howard Schtreer, with Addis Woodward as accompanist. Members of a woodwind qmrtet which then playec were Dorothy Evans and Dorothy Bittner. bassoonists; Orris Hcrfin- dsil sad Toa KKtsct, clarinetists; Ralston JIcKee. French hom player and Jack Daagherty, alto clarinetist. Brass Gronp Heard. Concluding nwrioers -were played fcy a brass combirmtion, -consisting of Mr, Sclvweer and Bob Runyan cometists; Mynard Odden, French hom player; Arthur Kennedy, bass; Wesley FJsfla, baritone player, and Bill Whorley, trombonist. New members taken into the club "were A. W. Stubbs, superintendent of the I. O. O. F. home, and H. C. Brown of the Brown Insurance agency. Guests were Roy Sours, Charles City, representative of Floyd county, Supervisor W. D. Gibson, C. F. Weaver and Paul S. Pritchard. For Sale by A. H. DEERTZ SPECIALIST IN LANDSCAPE WORK and BUILDING UP LAWNS Phone S4S4 ' ' 622 N. Madison ' Be Fashionable And Have Oi;e ol Our Smartly Styled FUR JACKETS With their clever sleeves and collars. Come »nd . see. them HELPING THE HOMEMAKER By BIBS. ALEXANDER GICOBGK CHICKEN SHORTCAKE FOK DINNER Iteceipes Serve Four A Dinner Menu Chicken Shortcake Buttered Asparagus Bread Strawberry Preserves Stuffed Peach Salads Baked Custards Cream Coffee Milk for the Children Chicken Shortcake Two cups pastry flour, 4 teaspoons baking powder. 1-3 teaspoon salt, 4 tablespoons butter, 2-3 cups milk. Mix flour, baking powder and salt. Cut in butter with knife and slowly add milk. When a soft dough forms, pat it out until 2-3 inch thick on floured' board or paper. Carefully remove to baking pan and bake 15 minutes in moderate oven. With aid of fork split shortcake and add portion of chicken mixture Buy ATtGORO from Currie- Van Ness Co. 4c Ib. in 100 Ib. lots e Will Loan You a Spreader PHONE 641 HALF.STARVED lawn can thrive GIVE it a chance to do its best! 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NOTE-SURPRISE GIFT If your grocer doesn't carry any of Atwood's Coffees and you give.him an order and send us his name, our salesman will call on him, and when we sell him we will send you an EXTRA Surprise Gift to show our appreciation. Start saTing Atwood Coupons NOW. TMl WUihitt piKim Ttttpooii FREE for AtWQod'i Coupons. Juit one oF Many Atwood Gittl. F R E E " G E T S T A R T E D " C O U P O N ( E q u a l s T w o R e g u l a r C o u p o n s ) 'Clip this coupon NOV. We will count it as T\VQ Coupons toward any Atwood Gift when accompanied by regular coupons packed in all Atwood packigcs--Coffees, Teas and Spices. You can use only one "Get Started" Coupon toward each sift ATWOOD COFFEES Atwood Coffee Co., 1129 First Av*. Noilh Mlnniepollj, Minn. G.O 4-15-34 Those wishing to change their larty affiliations should report at he office of the county auditor at east 10 days before the election in irder to have it certified to the reg- strar in Mason City Or included in the list of voters that will be sent o each of the outside precincts. Mason City residents who have not previously declared their party affiliation should report at the city all for registration with Miss Wish to Change Party? Report at County Auditor's Office at Least 10 Days Before Primary Election June 4. Replace top and cover with remain- ng chicken mixture. Garnish with arsley and serve immediately. Creamed Chicken Mixture Four tablespoons butter, 4 tablespoons flour, 14 teaspoon salt, % .easpoon paprika, *·· cup cream, 1% cups milk, 1 cup diced cooked chicken, 1 tablespoon chopped pi- Buelah Randolph, the permanent registrar, it was stated. The law provides that those wishing to change their party affiliation may do so under oath at the time of voting, but due to the rush of other work at that time, city and county officers are urging those who wish to change their party affiliations to make it at the office of the county auditor at least 10 days before the primary election June 4. mientos, 1 tablespoon chopped celery, cooked. Melt butter, add flour, salt and paprika. Add cream and milk. Cook until creamy sauce forms. Stir constantly, add rest of ingredients and cook 2 minutes. Stuffed Peach Salads. Four halves canned peaches, J /L Federal Packing Co. Phone 746 We Deliver $1.00 Orders 213 N. Federal Ave. STEAK ROUND SIRLOIN Ib. I5c Open Kettle LARD, Ib Fresh SIDE PORK, Ib _ 10 SPARE RIBS, Ib.. PORK ROAST, Ib. ._ 10' VEAL STEW, Ib. Canadian Style BACON, Ib VEAL STEAK, Ib 15 PORK LIVER, Ib. 8 BEEF ROAST, Ib 8' VEAL ROAST, Ib 8« 5 Ib. box BACON 28- BEEF LIVER, Ib. 15 Chicago Meat Mkt. PHONE 996 626 SOUTH JACKSON cup crushed pineapple, % cup cottage cheese, teaspoon salt, 4 tablespoons salad dressing. Chill ingredients. Mix cheese, salt and pineapple. Stuff peaches and serve on lettuce. Top with dressing. Fresh fruit or fruit juices, mixed with sufficient confectioner's sugar to stiffen, make a delicious covering for white or yellow cake. A little lemon juice added to the frosting Improves the flavor. THEY'RE TELLING YOU! Kellogg's Rice Krispies actually snap and crackle in milk or cream; No other rice cereal can equal their tempting crispness. And what delicious flavor! A treat for breakfast or lunch. So easy to digest, they're ideal for children's supper. In the red-and- green package. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek, GROCERY SPECIALS -- Saturday -- Monday Navy Beans, pjpounds -- 17' Gold Dust, large pkg. - ......... _______________ Laundry Soap, Swift's Quick Naphtha, (14 r 10 bars ..................... MM. Pure Egg Noodles, per 4 A c pkg ............................ J.V Stock Salt, 100 pounds ............ 87' Bran, 100 Ibs. $1.20 Middlings, 100 Ibs. $1.20 Special Prices on Gen. Foods Products Swansdown Cake Fir., pkg. 23' Grape Nuts .. 16' Calumet Baking Powder, 1 Ib. pkg 24' Jello, package Instant Postum, large size Atwood's Coffee, Vacuum Pack, Ib Pancake Flour, Pantry Pride, sack Prunes, in heavy syrup, No. \ ff c 2'/ 2 can..... Safety Matches, -I AC per carton J." Red Bag Cof- 4 Q, fee, pound J. v Apple Butter, quart jar Dried Apricots, 3 pounds Seedless Raisins, 5 pounds, bulk Bon Bon Dish FREE with 2 pkgs. of Wheatiesat Peaches, Belmont, in heavy syrup, -f ff c No. 2%.can JLV Sweet Pickles, ft jEf c quart jar Mv Fresh Crackers, i Qc 2 pound caddy JL v MEN'S WORK SHOES With genuine Panco Sole and Tiger Super Sen-ice IS Nail Heel c, · , · Special ............ J. Better Grades Specially Priced Sl-98 to $3-69 Men's OVERALLS 220 Blue Denim or Liberty Stripe. Sizes 32 to 44 ..................... '. ........... ------------- 87' MEN'S WORK PANTS--Good heavy jjj-i ( weight. Sizes 30 to 44 : ·»· BOYS' OVERALLS, Sizes 6 to 16 59 We are Headquarters for Chick Feed of all kinds. Special prices on 25 Ib and 100 Ib. lots. EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES for sale--Get our prices before buying. BE SURE AND VISIT OUR CLOTHING and SHOE DEPARTMENTS and PROFIT by OUR WEEK-END SPECIALS. HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THEM. Men's Work Shirts Full cut, triple stitched, double pocket, coat style. Fine blue or grey chambrav. 49' Sizes 14'/ 2 to 17 Men's Fine DRESS SHIRTS In broadcloth, plain colors (blue, grey or white) and patterns. Guaranteed fast color. A regular SI value. 69' Men's Fancy DRESS SOCKS Rayon Plaited, 15c value, limited 10 pr. SAM RAIZES 215 S. Federal Ave. DEPARTMENT STORE Phone 434 DIAMOND BROS. Where Thrift Begins 205 North Federal Ave. Gooseberries, Apricots or Blackberries, No. 10 Can.. 39c Grapenut Flakes, OQ- 3 pkgs. . £3C Three Beetleware Cereal Spoons FREE CAKE FLOUR, OA 5-lb pkg uJ\. Cake Pan FREE CRISCO, C C _ 3-lb. can «l«l.t Cake Pan FREE Crushed Pineapple or Red Cherries,No. 10 Can....48c NAVY BEANS, or 61bs £OC Whole Wheat FLAKES (Kellogg's) OC 3-- lie pkgs LDL FARINA, or *) Ihs £t/C Fancy COCOANUT, 1 A ,, tier \h 1«7C PEAS. OC 3 No 2 cans Mill. CREAM CHEESE, 17 per Ib 1 1 C Seeded RAISINS. OC^ 4-lb. pkg DC D. B. MILK, -17 3 tall cans ll C CORNED BEEF. 1 r 25c can IDC CODFISH, -I Q _ 1-lb. bo\ 1.7C Salad DRESSING, 1 Q _ ouart jar * ....·*»*'*«' APPLE BUTTER, 1t p 36-oz. jar Ut PRESERVES, OC(Imi.) 4-lb. jar. . 3v\, Peanut BUTTER, Ol large jar .«H- QUEEN OLIVES, 1C pint jar l«Jv Crackers (Sodas or Grahams) 2 Ib. Box . . . . . 18c PEACHES (In No. 10 Cans) Royal Chef 39c Alamont. fancy (in heavy syrup) 49c SLICED or CRUSHED PINEAPPLE BARTLETT PEARS or APRICOTS In No. 2'/ 2 cans 2 for 29c BARTLETT PEARS (In No. 10 Can) Nile Brand 39c White Tag 45c Oak Leaf, fancy (in heavy syrup) 49c Macaroni, Spaghetti or Noodles, 5 pkgs 25c PICKLED HOCKS, OA quart jar £tv \» PICKLED BEETS, 19 pint jar * tJt Hotel Mushrooms, OQ^ LAUNDRY SOAP, 1A.. 10 bars 1I/C BUCKWHEAT, OO. 5-lb. bag £OC OREGON PRUNES, 99 No 10 can . . vOC BLUEBERRIES, CC No 10 can ... DvC PINEAPPLE, CO (Sliced) No 10 canvOC Fancy WALNUTS, 1 A PINE TAR SOAP, OT 4 -- lOc bars . . £tv\* FANCY DATES, 1A 2 Ibs A*'*' RED BEETS, 9 A 3 No. 2'/z cans. ,. Lif\, SANI-FLUSH, 1 7 25c can . 1 1 C CLOTHES PINS. 1 A- 4 dozen 1"C BROOMS, 99 each J«JC Corn, Carrots or Pumpkin, 3 No. 2 Cans 22c FUJI Oriental Contributions to Your Menu Bean Sprouts, No. 2 can Chow Mein Nood- 17 leg, No. 2 can.. 1 1 C Chop Suey Sauce, 8'/z-oz. bottle... Bead Molasses, 1 Q /» 5 oz. bottle ..... IOC Chop Suey Vegetables, No. 2 ca Salada Tea (Blac HUBINGER SYRUP "Blue Label" 5-lb. pail 10-lb. pai) 5-Ib. pail 10-lb. pail "Red Label" 21c 42c 45c or Green) in i Ib. pkgs. . . . 17c BAKER'S COCOA, 1A 1-lb can 1»/C Instant POSTUM, OA.» Crystal White Soap OC., Flakes 3 pkgs MvC Campbell's SOUP, 1 C (all kinds) 2 cans 1 JC PANCAKE FLOUR, 1 C 3'/2-lb. pkg- IDC QUART BOTTLES, M A per dozen TtV IL Smoked HERRING, 1 r (boneless) Ib 1*/C Pure OLIVE OIL, 7-1 6 oz. bottle £1C TUNA FISH. OQ (flakes) 2 cans.. LnJ\. PICKLES, (sweet 1 -7 mixed) pt. jar. . 1 1 «- Pillsbury's BRAN, Ol « 2 pkgs 01 C PRETZEL STICKS, 1 P ,, per Ib IOC- MOTHER'S COCOA- or MALT, Mb. can.. L DC HOLLYWOOD 1 A SOAP, 6 bars.... 1UC HARDWATER. or SOAP, 6 b a r s ^ . - . ^ O C Toilet Tissue (Blue Cross) 1000 Sheets, 5 Rolls.. 25c Home Rendered Lard, ,10 No 5 pail . ^JC Bacon Squares Per A pound . v ^* Hamburg 4 ? c »r pounds . . - **«**· Dried Beef Per OQ p pound ttUlf Hams: Sugar Cured (by the half) per Ib. 13jc FANCY SPICED HERRING, M 1 A ("hrnris nfft $-11) iar J J i . l U ^mnpc Large ? ize ( 40x50) ' POTATOES U. S. No. 1 Grade Good for Seed or Table Use "Earlv Ohios" Pk. 29c; 100-lb. bag $1.85 "Cobblers" Pk. 32c; 100-lb. bag 81.95 CABBAGE. 8 Ibs. GOLDEN BA (whole ken ^"7- Extra u 1 v 2 pour 25c Seedless GRAPE- 9C- FRUIT, 4 5 for£3C GREEN BEANS, · 1 A 2 Ibs lUi. CARROTS. 2 bunches 9c ·n r \,' A » Chocolate Bridge, Sandwich Whii I r S t l l C y I/OOKICS Wafers or Chocolate Covered, per JLOUR Reputation, j»1 CC 49-lb. bag... «P l.JJ Diamond's Best, ffl "TP 49-lb. bag... «P1.I«J Penn-Unico MOTOR OIL 5 gallon can S2.25 NTAM CORN, OC _ icl) 2 cans fciiJv Large Size (20x30) 99- ids fciJt POTATOES "Nebraska Triumphs" Early 6 wks. seed potatoes Also good for table use Pk. 28c; 100-lb. bag $1.69 "Idaho Russets" Good baking and cooking Pk..28c; 100-lb. bag 51.69 rls, Sugar 1 C rt Ib Ul» FLOUR Pillsbury's Best 49-lb. M QC bag jpl.OD lino- i/i]C

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