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March 19, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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MARCH 19 1931 . MASON CITY GLOBE-GAXKTTB 17 Boys Damage Property While Shooting.Birds . Boys shooting at pigeons Satnr- ·days in the Heightorhood of Mason City junction caused an objection to be filed with police by officials of the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad. Box cars, wire poles and other property are being damaged by the practice, officials said. Boys should not shoot air rifles in the city limits, police said. Civilized people are those who have more nuisances to dust and oil and polish.--Midwest Review. HolsteinMilk Puts SPRING in Young and Old Our milR is bottled Springtime. Children enjoy it to the utmost. Drink Spring's own beverage . . . Schermerhorn Milk. Milk is nature's most necessary, .nourishing food. Feed your child our milk, sweet . . . pure . . . clean . . . fresh each day from the Schermerhorn Farms RAW OR PASTEURIZED MILK PHONE 988 VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SELLING Maxwell House C©f Se© I Pound tins Good to the Last Drop Cool Spring Golden Bantam, 2 No. 2 tins Cool Spring Tomatoes, 3 No. Z tins 23c Plymouth Cut Greeji or Wax Beans, 2 No. 2 this .... .26c T^lft~Cs5I^,'or'C:^ ;".v.C..!.'.. .JJ2o.··'-· ' - Biiora Sugar : Corn; S No. 2 tins 25c Happyvale Pink Salmon; 2 tall tins , . .2Kc Franco-American Spagnetti; 2 tall tins 19e Mllford FancyShoepeg Corn; No. 2 tin 17c TOMATO SOUP r?in? mps : 25c Heinz or Sniders Ketchup; large 14 oz. bottle l!)c Climax Wall Paper Cleaner, 3 cans ~5c Crisco; pound cans !88c Old Glory Macaroni; 5 large packages . /. 25c. Pure Vanilla Extract; large 4 07,. bottle , 25c Jell-O Assorted Flavors; 3 packages .' .!i2e Post Whole Bran; (2 piece cereal set free) 2 pkgs 35o Quaker Oats; Quick or Regular, large package 21 c CAKE FLOUR pound package 19c -Amaizo Starch Corn or Gloss; Ib. pkg. CHERRIES ^ l u 0 n dola bL Covcrea 21c Lima Beans; new clean crop, 3 pounds l!lc Great Northern Navy Beans, 2 pounds 13c Fancy Blue Kosc Kice; 2 pounds lOc Fancy Bulk Cocoa; 2 pounds . l»c Cocoanut; fresh bulk, pound 2Jtc Brown or Powdered Sugar; bulk, 8 pounds 21c Seedless Raisins; large 4 pound package 31c Santa Clara Prunes; dandy size, 4 pounds 3Sc C* A XmV TJ A T ? G Bakers Milk and -i n \^Ar\ U 1 rje\XtO Almond 5u hars, 4 for A « C Long Horn Cream Cheese; very mild, pound '. .'/Jlc Georgic Porgie; that whole wheat cereal, pkg. 21c Marshmallows; freSh bulk, pound ISc Shady Dell Apple Butter; large 33 oz. jar 2oc Welch's Grapelade; pound jar lUc Windmill Salad Dressing, 1000 I'd. or Spread, pt. jars !!5e Bulk Green Tea; '/ 2 pound pkg 2lr Monarch Matches; 6 fall count boxes Ii5e Piggly Wiggly, (PI 1 Q * Ib. 63c; 49 Ib. sack $1.13 -Kellogg's Special 2 pkgs. 1 package Rico Krisples 1 package Whole Wheat Biscuit, I measuring cup %f ree CLIMALENE lOc Ijtrge package (with coupon) Ivory Snow; 2 large packages ISc I,ux Toilet Soap; 3 large bars ·. lUc Oxydol; large package ; l!)c Chipso Flakes or Granules; largo package ISIc I*ux Flakes; 3 small packages .... ! 25c Pels Naptha Soap; 4 bars 2)e Sanl-Flush; large can li/e; Super Suds; for your dishes; 3 packages 2So BANANAS s" at body bu " dcr 19c pounds Sweet Potatoes; dandy ones, 4 pounds ............. 2;r Dellcla Eating Apples; extra large size, 4 for .......... a5c Spinach for health, 2 pounds ........................ 15c Roman Beauty Cooking Apples; 3 pounds .......... I!)c Celery; extra large stalks ...... . ................. 15c Head Lettuce; solid heads, 2 for ... ................. 15r Florida Grape Fruit; large size, 4 for ....... . ..... ... lOn Idaho Russet Potatoes; peck in shop hag ............. 2or, * c ORANGES ---Meat Department- Hamburger, fresh 1 3 - Pork'Siiusage. ground, 2 ths 117 C 2 pounds Beef Steak, ·· Q Boiling Beef, pound 1 U C pound DRESSED PICKEREL, Ib I OK 35c 23c 9c Operetta Will Be Repeated March 31 Announcement has been made by 'rincipal James Rae that the oper- tta, "The Fortune Teller," by Vicor Herbert, will be repeated by the ligh school and junior college glee lubs, Tuesday, March 31. Several vere unable to see this operetta vhen it was first given Tuesday and lopular demand has resulted in the ;cheduling of a second night's pef- formance. The leading role, which was taken Tuesday night by Maxine Beerman, will be taken March 31 by Fern Meurs, who has also studied the part. The operetta will be given at 8:15 o'clock Friday night before the convention of the North Central division of the Iowa Teachers association. The charge against Raskob seems to be that nobody with that much money has any business being a democrat.--Kesslnger's Review. PHONE G93 105 SOUTH FEDERAL PICKEREL HEADLESS, DRESSED, Ib WALL-EYED WALL-tiYtiiJ 4 ·· SLICED f \ f \ PiKEJh.lOc Halibut, Ib. Z3 C 6° FRESH, FROZEN OTRANGE! That some adults think all milk has the same *J flavor. Children detect a difference in flavor immediately. And children show a. clear preference for the fine flavor of "Very Best" Titiik · · · purest . . . richest . . . safest. Ask your grocer. You'll like oui- superior products. ALSO GLENN BRAND BUTTER 17 n j A /** rarai rroducts to 14 SIXTH STREET S. W. CARL GRUPP F O O D M A R K E T PHONE 420 1339 NORTH FEDERAL" FRESH HAM ^ORH ROAST LOIN RIBS HAMBURGER SAUSAGE POT ROAST BONELESS, ROLLS, Ib . 21c Shoulder or Loin Butts, 111... T.F.AA.". MEATY, Ib. . ALL BEIDF ALL PORK TENDER, CUTS, Ib. 2lbS.28c 2lbs.28c 16c LAMB or VEAL. II).. HOME-MADE, Ib. PORK HEARTS LIVER . 5c PORK, SLICED Co£$ee Ib. 2£c Oysters, quart 59c Pears, No. 2'/ 2 . :. . .l!)c Powder. Jack Sprat 7c Peaches, No. 2/ 2 1'Jc Specials for Friday Saturday PURITY BREAD, non better; per loaf 5c MACARONI or SPAGHETTI, 5 pkgs 25c PEACHES, fancy dry, 2 Ibs 25c POWDERED SUGAR, 3 Ibs 25c POPCORN that pops, 4 Ibs 25c ORANGES, nice and juicy, 2 doz. 35c TODDY, per can 43c MINCE MEAT, 1 Ib. jar 19c CARROTS, 8 Ibs 2»c LETTUCE, nice solid heads, 3 for 25c CHERRIES, No. 10 tins 89c LONG HORN CHEESE, per Ib _ 21c PEARS, No 10 tins 59c KRAUT, bulk, 4 qts 25c APPLES, fancy winesaps, per basket $2 MILKER HERRING, 8 Ib. kep; $1.15 COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE, smoked, Ib. 15c FRANKFORTS, Decker's, per Ib 12c TRY VS WE SATISFY iil8 S. Federal Ave. Phone 1800 COMPANY F GETS QUARTERLY PAY Plans Being Made for Rifle Match and Other Activities. Fifty-four men received a total of 5885 as their quarterly pay at tho Wednesday night drill period of F company of the national guard, of which Capt. F. B. Shaffer is tho commander. The company has ii 11 drills since Dec. 1, 1930. Captain Shaffer announced the promotion ot John Stevens, Louin Tanner and Harry Dolter as corporals to take the place of threa men who have either left the city or are In occupations which preclude drill attendance. Theron Bruback was announced as a new enlistment The company concentrated on Instruction with the Browning automatic Wednesday night. This consisted of field stripping and assembling of the weapons, which fire at the rate of 600 a minute, faster than the machine guns now used by the army. Company F is preparing for outdoor range practice to start thi middle of April. The range is sit uated on the clay banks 10 miles southeast ,.o£ Mason City. All men must qualify before camp at slow and rapid fire on a 200 yard range A r rlfle match will be held Indoors with' the Headquarters compan:, Sunday, March 29. The Company T team will be made up o( Captain Shaffer, Lieut. Charles Van Horn Lieut. W. V. Clausen, Sergts. Ton Humiston. Tom Waters, Ed Bab cock, Everett McSweeney and Lorr\ Caldwell and Corporals Harry Doi- ter, Edwin Luell, John Stevens. Louis Tanner and Eavl McKibbon and Privates William Laupitz anrl Frank Long. Cleveland Refuses to Accept Harvard Degree NEW YORK, March 19. Iff)-[rover Cleveland declined an LL. D. degree from Harvard because he thot he was unworthy. His one time secretary, William C. Rice, said sc in a radio address. He quo.ted letters from Dr. Charles W. Eliot saying Cleveland felt he was not a suitable candidate for any academic degree because his education was scanty. IOWA STATE DAY SPEAKERS NAMED Former Wrestler Will Talk on Alumni Program Saturday Night. ' R. T. Nelson, Northwood, a former member, of the Iowa State college wrestling team, and Alice Mae Cole, county demonstration agent, have accepted invitations to give brief talks at the Iowa State day banquet to be held at 6:30 o'clock Saturday evening at the Y. M. C. A. George Godfrey, Algona, member of the state board of education and a former faculty member of Iowa State college, will give the principal address. Many reservations for the banquet have been made, according to Marion Olson, Cerro Gordo county agent, who is in charge of tickets. A number of students home from college for the annual spring vacation are expected to attend the meeting, Mr. Olson said. TEACHERS GATHER FOR CONVENTION (Continued From Fugo 1). John Kopecky, Clear Lake; Herhcrt Engelbrecht, Belmond, and Earl Josten, Estherville. The first North Central band was organized last year by Earl Josten. Bandmasters Hold Banquet. A feature arranged in connection with the North Central band was arranged in the form of a bandmasters' banquet at 5:15 o'clock Thursday afternoon in Hotel Hanford. In addition to the three-quarter liour concert by the North Central band, the program Thursday night included invocation by the Rev. VV. H. Spence, pastor oC the First Methodist church; welcome by Mayor K. S. Selby, announcements by A. E. Rankin, Hampton, president of th? teachers, and an address, "The Loiil Legion of Biology," by Judge Harry Olson of the Chicago municipal court. Friday will be one of the biggest days of the convention, both at tho general sessions and at the specialized conferences. Damon's Fashion Show Show Draws Large Crowd of Spectators Damon's annual spring fashion show, a feature of spring opening Wednesday evening, was enthusiastically received by more than 800 persons who witnessed the affair. It was estimated that 400 persons were turned away because of lack of room. The fashion parade was held in the ready-to-wear department on the second floor. Living models promenaded from a beautifully decorated stage, down thru the center of the room on an elevated walk. Music was furnished by the Varsity Club orchestra. Correct modes in ladies' and children's dresses, coats, pajamas and shoes were displayed. Little tots won the applause of the onlookers, little knit suits being especially popular. Young ladies who modeled were: Anne Thomas, Ruth Brown, Laura Mae Brown, Doris Minott, June Schepp and Gale Nicholson. The children who took part were: Patty Otto, Leo Schmall, Peggy Hayes, Donnis Joy Klempnauer, Bobby Lennan, Dorotny riarrer, Bonny Reid, Katherine Harrer and Erenea Dandelct.' French Steamer Hits Rock, Wrecking Ship, With Loss of 14 Men SHANGHAI, March 19. OB--The French steamer, Changkiang, bound here from Hongkong, struck a rock off Heihan island, near Haimcn, March 16, and is a total loss with 14 of those aboard killed or drowned. A report to Lloyd's agent said that the French gunboat Marne was standing by and had taken off the remainder of crew and passengers, numbering possibly 100. Spinning Wheels Decline MAYVILLE, Wis., March 18. (UP)--The spinning wheel business is on the decline, according to the records of Frank Fell, who has been manufacturing them here for the last 25 years. Contrary to general belief, two-thirds of his output at present is for utility purposes. Wife Blames Night School KNOXVILLE, Tenn., March 18. (UP)--Mrs. Willie G. Gibson asked a divorce from Edward Gibson charging that he was supposed to attend night school only two nights each week but went out every night for that reason. She charged he spent the other evenings in the company of other women. A new way of doing business, like a new invention is a great idea--if it works. It must be tested and judged by the results. Millions of customers for 71 years have tested A f P's idea of selling good food at low prices. The results of tfieir tests have made A$P the largest grocer in the world. AP A T Y O U R N E A R B Y A P F O O D STORE Another Buying Opportunity! A chance to, save money--to spend for other things--by tailing advantage of AP's low prices. Every- thrifty housewife will be delighted with, the values she'll find awaiting her at the nearby AP Food Store --such values as-EIGHT O'CLOCK Mild and mellow--the favorite drink of more American families, than any other coffee. It's economical, too, at AP's low price. LB. (PRICE A YEAR AGO . LB. 25c) ANN PAGE--ASSORTED FLAVORS reserves"- (PRICE A YEAR AGO - JAR 21 c) 20 RaBsfon's Cereal 23 (PRICE A YEAR AGO . PKG. 25c) OXYDOL -- OR -- GHIPSO 1 LARGE PKG. UNEEDA BAKER'S ASSORTED 2 LBS - A P ND. 2 Apple Sauce . . . 2 KRAFT Velveeta . . . . . BEST FOODS BREAD BUTTER Pickles JAR "SULTANA" PE ANUT BUTTER, 2 Ib. jar . . . OUA.KER MAID Chili Sauce . . . . ' 2 -° z ' 31C 15c Crisco GAN-25c TAKE YOUR CHOICE! The three blends bought by the greatest number of coffee drinkers. Try them and choose the one you like best. Compare the prices with those of other coffees. Remember, "tht coffee you like best is the best, no matter what it costs". EIGHT O'CLOCK -u-21c M I L D A N D M E L L O W R E D C I R C L E IB - 2 5 c R I C H A N D F U L L - B O D I E D B O K A R - u. 2Dc E X Q U I S I T E L Y A R O M A T I C A N D F L A V O R F U L C D C IS ONE PACKAGE OF PALMOLIVE r rV C K. BEADS WITH EACH PURCHASE OF Palmolive Soap 3 20 ( Lux Flakes Bab-O 3 SMALL PKGS. No-Corn Chick Feed HUB. $ -1 25 BAG X Fresh Fruits and Vegetables POTATOES, Idaho Russets, bushel 99c NEW CABBAGE, very solid, Ib 3!/ 2 c Carrots -- Beets -- Radishes -- Turnips -- 1'arsnips -- Green Onions AP Food Stores --' M I D D L E W E S T E R N D I V I S I O N _^____ The Great Atlantic nnl Pacific Ten Company

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