The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 20, 1931 · Page 13
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March 20, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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MARCH 20 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE! 13 IOWA'S SHARE OF U, S, ROAD FUNDS ONE OF LARGEST . State Allowed $213,705 to Mj Match in Highway Projects. By RADFORD E. MOBLEY Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, March 20--Iowa came in for a large share of the federal aid funds allocated for road building projects during February, R. E. Royall, senior highway en- g-meer of the public roads bureau, stated here today in pointing out that the amount of funds obligated to projects in all the states was the largest on record for any month, and was about two and one-half times the largest amount set aside in any February since 1925. Iowa was allowed $213,705 during February, leaving a balance of federal aid funds available for ne projects in the state of $24,088. The amount allocated last month to all the states was $21,800,000 · which must be matched with an equal amount of state funds doubling the amount. . 1927 Sets Record The highest amount allocated it any February since 1925 was $8,600,000 in 1927. Last year the allocations were $7,300,000. March al locations apparently also will be far above normal, Royall added. This fact, he said,' "reflects a widespread desire to aid in the un employment situation." The largi allocations were made possible bj the increase in the federal aid fund from $75,000,000 to $125,000,000, as provided by congress, together with the 580,000,000 appropriation 'fo emergency advances to states fo use in matching federal aw furMs TO BE REPORTER Associated Press I'ltolo Will Rogers, Jr., son of the humorist, wants a newspaper career. He will go to work as a cub reporter on The Star-Telegram, Fort Worth, Tex. more than match the federal funds and this is the case in Iowa. estimated cost of public road pro jects approved .for construction in Iowa is 57,713,655, of which the fed oral fund supplied 53,333,554, the estimated cost of projects al ready under construction in thi state is 5106,290, of which 51,80: represents federal aid funds. Greatest in History The road projects now eithe under construction or approved fo construction constitute the greates public road building program in th history of the country, bureau j In practice the states usually | ficials said, in predicting that large USAGE ELECTION CANDIDATES FILE $15,000 Bond Issue for New City Hall Also to Be Voted On. OSAGE, March 20.--Two tickets are on file with City Clerk A. S. Wright for the city election March 30. Present incumbents have all filed for re-election on the "Citizens" ticket; Mayor, C. E. Juhl; first ward councilman, Frank Schmidt; second ward, J. B. John- sou; third ward, M. H. Vosburg; fourth ward, George Birum; councilmen-at-large, Harry Anderson and Al Cordes, treasurer; Birchard Brush, assessor, Blec Paulson. The "Peoples" ticket follows: Harvey Richards, mayor; councilmen; Bob Blomquist, first ward; Ed Barker, second ward; H. D. Baker, third ward, and Bert Mcllnay, assessor. Beside this election the city will decide whether to vote a bond issue not to exceed $15,000 for erection of a new city hall. Hancock Petit Jury Dismissed by Judge GARNER, March 20.--The petit jury was dismissed for the week until called for other cases that may come before the court March 21. Judge J. J. Clark, Mason City, is presiding. There are equity cases to be settled this week. The only caso to come before the jury was the Paulson 1 estate case. A verdict for the claimant John H. Paulson for $1,928.31 was given. Thia involved building improvements on the John Paulson, Sr., 400 acre farm two miles southwest of Britt that were, built by his'son, John Jr.. who operated his father's farm for 12 years. Defendants in the case were Anna H. Sidney and Clarence Paulson, Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Fish of Britt. Buys Klemme Barber Shop KLEMME,. March 20.--Earl V. Wolfe of Latimer has bought out the George Carson barber shop. Th'e Carson family will remain in Klemme until school is out. Waldorf College Head ' Is Swea City Speaker SWEA CITY, March 20.--About 50 men gathered in the basement of the Methodist Episcopal church at the regular monthly meeting; of the brotherhood. The main speaker of the evening 1 was Professor Granskou, president of Waldorf college at Forest City. The Rev. Granskou spent four years in mission school work in China. He spoke on educational problems in China. That $20,000,000 relief fund is to ba loaned out upon agricultural property. Our rulers in their infinite wisdom have decided that what the distressed farmer needs is another mortgage.--The New Yorker. amounts of federal aid funds will be called for each month thruout the year. The program started its boom last year, it being pointed out that amounts allocated in November and December of 1930 . and January, 1931, were far above normal, if the usual practice in road building is followed, this should result,in nc- .tivity far above normal during the summer. Has Interest In Factory CLARKSVILLE, March 20.--Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Thorp and son, Richard, moved to Cedar Falls \^ed- nesday, where Mr. Thorp has an interest in a canning factory. They have purchased a home there. MASON CITY FRUIT COMPANY PHONE 320 OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Saturday Specials! CARLOAD OF ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT ON SPECIAL SALE Grapefruit S* ..8for25c APPLES, 4 Ibs. . ' . . . ; .25c . Beets, turnips, radishes, Krecn peppers, p* ~--~--^-vlons, bnnch ';":';· ;.'. OL FRESH SPINACH, 3 Ibs 25c POTATOES, No. 1 Russets or White; Bushel 95c; Peck 25c | SPECIAL SALE. RED PITTED CHERRIES. No. 10, gallon size 78c Cherries, Red Pitted, 16 oz. can ..... 13c j Oranges, Gal. Sunkist, Ige. size 40c, 25c o r e r y , ib. ..... 29c I Sugar S £ gs . 10 Ibs. 55c Butter or FRESH VEGETABLES -- Cauliflower, Mustard Greens, Carrots, Head Lettuce, Celery, New Cabbage, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Endives, Asparagus, Rhubarb. MRS. BARCLEY'S HOME BAKING SOLD HERE FREE DELIVERY PHONE 320 2.14 SO. FEDERAL PHONE 916 NORTH IO W A 1 S LARGE ST MARKET SATURDAY SPECIAL Center Cut or Shoulder BEEF ROAST 9c ib. Fresh Oysters Fresh Pork HEARTS P t. None to Dealers 2C lb. CHEESE Jtrick and I.onghorn 18' Pork Steak Very nice nnd lean 12* 2C Ib. PORK SAUSAGE, all day Sc ib Young Tender Beef Steak 14c u. BULK KRAUT lb. Sliced Pork LIVER Jb. Fresh Ring BOLOGNA 8 2C lb. Sugar Cured BACON SQUARES 11 2C lb. ou FACTOR'S BAKERYV * Home Baked Goods * Fresh Every Day G · PACKING HOUSE MARKET Stepping to Cleanliness E S T and Wherever You Go -You Find Blue Ribbon Mall" The evcr-iooreninf! popularity of Blue Ribbon Malt is an imprcBiive tribute lo America's appreciation of high quality that is kept uniform by continual testing. Packed full 3 pounds. Blue RibboirfVtalt America's Biggest Seller SATURDAY SPECIALS QUALITY MEATS -- LOW PRICES AT A P MARKETS 201 NORTH FEDERAL 122 SOUTH FEDERAL oasts 3 to 5 Ib. Average . LB. Beef Roasts EX LB. 9 Boil or Roasting Hamburger £± LB. t · Home-Made Stylo . . . . . 3 Rings 25' Meat Prices Effective From March 14 to March 21 2C Oleo, · per pound JL Hams, whole -· £|, Shoulder Pork -| -| , whole, lb JL JL Veal Stew, O ( choice, lb O ·Sausage, per lb Hamburger, per lb. Bacon, whole ·* or half, Ib J. Beef Roast, choice, Ib Lavd pure, Ib Rib Boil, pound Veal fl A Roast, Ib M.JU CHOICE POULTRY 11 /JC ^ ^ ; TITTLE BROS I Jl raVCKKBfrCi CTO.'Nc G23 105 SOUTH FEDERAL PORK ROAST Center Cuts lb. cCNSC 6 to Save. lb. VEAL STEW ib. 9 VEAL CHOP b. 15 DILL ·"'"''" PICKLES2fc 5 "RTNfi FrcBh K11NU l n l l l , NUT * OLEO SAUER KRAUT ib. CHUCK ROAST Center Cuts Ib. 13 C Sliced c -Ib. Pkg. Cello Wrapped . 25- AP FOOD STORES The Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co. MIDDLE WESTERN DIVISION United Fruit Co. Phone 749 FREE DELIVERY 33 E. St,ate POTATOES, Idaho Russets bushel ?1.00; (100 lb. bags) GRAPE FRUIT, Russets, large size; 5 for SUGAR, Cane, ]0-lb. bags. . . 25c 55c ORANGES, Seedless, Florida, Sweet Juicy, 10 Ibs BANANAS Good Quality, 4 pounds . . . . . . . 25c SPINACH, 3 Ibs. . . 25c CARROTS, TURNIPS, BEETS, 3 Large Bunches. . . .25c Young ONIONS large bundles. . 5c Delicious Apples, ·1 pounds 25c Blueberries, Solid Puck, No. JO Gallon (6" His. ! o/.s.) 17 p Special ............. 4 . 5 C Monarch Cocoa, pound tin 25c Monarch Salmon, 1/2 Ib. can 25c; III · p «JDC Monarch Oats .. lOCnn.1 20C RADISHES, large bunches. 5c Monarch Noodles, Spaghetti or Macaroni, 4 packages Rome Beaiitie.v or VVlncsaps, 4 Ihs.. 25c Monarch E. ,1. Pens, small peas, largo can.. Monarch Preserves, large jars 15c 29c Monarch Tuna Fish, /2 Ib. 20c; Hi 35c V v H E N tin's dashing creature first basked upon the sands, her utter lack of maidenly modesty was the talk of the town. At the same time mechanically roasted coffee was also amazing the fashionable set. Such a costume today would cause a riot. Yet, strangely enough, coffees are still roasted by methods 03 old fash oned as this bathing suit. But there is one coffee which tins kept up tc» dale. Nosh's Toasted Colfee has the distinction of being a truly different coffee -- different because it is tousled -- while other coffees ore utill roasted. Toasting has leen found !y scientists to create 35,7% more flavor from the same green coffee than old fashioned roasting. Serve Nosh's Toasted Coffee ami enjoy a. coffee as rich and colorful us modern life itself. ON THE A(R--TliH dtlighlful comedy »«m, Timothy Murphy tail Ole Gundman, station WCCO. every TburiJiy fvtninj.SrOO to 8:15. Nash's Toasted Coffee 'obina,' with two American

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