The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 26, 1934 · Page 23
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 26, 1934
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APRIL 26 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-THREE COUNTY COSTS REVEAL SLASH Average Cut in Operating Expenses From 11 to 16 Per Cent. DBS MOINES, April 26. W)-- towa county governments during 1933 made an average reduction in operating costs of from 11 to 16 per cent, it was estimated today by State Auditor C. W. Storms. The auditor based his estimate on 50 counties thus far surveyed. Audits have been completed In 32 counties and are nearing completion in 18 others, Storms said. Reports to date indicate an 8 to 11 per cent increase in the amount of delinquent taxes for 1933 as compared with 1932, Storms said. Audits have boen completed in the following counties: Adair, Adams, Black Hawk, Boone, Eremer. Carroll, Cedar. Clayton, Crawford, Decatur, Des Moines, Dubuque, Fayette, Floyd, Guthrie, Humboldt, Jasper, Jefferson, Johnson, K«okuk, Lucas, Madison, Mahaska, Mills, Mitchell, Montgomery, Page, Pocahontas, Ringgold, Scott, Taylor and Wapello. A "Madonna and Child" painted by Bondinelli and Bellini, renaissance artists, brought 52,000 at an auction in New York Ciay. Ricken, 101, Probably Oldest to Pay New Tax WELLSBURG, April 26.--R. D. Rieken, 101 years of age, of Wellsburg, Grundy county. Is probably the oldest citizen of Iowa who has been or will be called upon to pay the 1934 old age assistance tax of ?1, which is now due and payable by all citizens of the state more than 21 years of age, except inmates of county and state institutions. Though Mr. Rieken is 36 years older than the eligible age of 65, he will not receive an old age pension for he has sufficient means to support himself. Only single men are admitted to the military academy at West Point. RITEWAY SAVINGS thhuteek mm/v^^^'Wffff///ff//ff/ff//ff/^^^ Marian McDonald - indexed convenient- attractive - regular 15c raki*. and 3 can* of JACK SPRAT SPICES All varieties -ic^ improved lifter- top cant ' 2 full ounces of Black Pepper! Qllt I ^ RITEWAY FOOD STORES MASON CITY DIVISION Special Values Effective Friday, April 27 to Thursday, May 3 RUMFORD"°r BAKING POWDER 2* c Two-to-one leavening--the perfect proportion (Friday and Saturday Only) 3 for 25C JACK SPRAT No Strings No. 2 Can Large No. 2i can TOMATO JUICE iiSST! CUT GREEN BEANS PINEAPPLE SSTsnc, SODA CRACKERS AH cn SP . . . . . . If 21c POTATO FLAKES J«* sprat jj*, 19 C NAVY BEANS ' S£W« 4 Ibs. 19c ROLLED OATS . 7 Ibs. 25c PURE PRESERVES Assorted . . . . . . *£· 3 9 c PIE FILLER 'JACK SPRAT rsTM' ctocolate . . . ?aT a 22c YEAST R Grocer 5 cakes in package 5 C FLOUR R Grocer 49 lb. sack ..$1.93 24y 2 lb. sack 99c (Friday and Saturday Only) Kellogg's Wholewheat Flakes 3 Packages 21 Mayflower Oregons Prunes.. -" 39c MAYFLOWER Blackberries "49c Mayflower Halves or Slices Peaches . " 49c Prunes size 10 Ibs. 99C 25 Ibs. $2.45 Maj-flower Pink SALMON ."- 15c CHEESE Cream Ib.l9c MUFFETS Pkg.l0c 1.000 PRIZES EVERY WEEK { MAIL YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS, WITH THE TOP FROM A PACKA6EOF PUFFED WHEflT OR . PUfFED RtceTO'BftBE RUTH'S 8ftSE6AlLau6;' v P.O. BOX 1083, CHICAGO, FOR A MEMBERSHIP BADGE AND A CHANCE TO WIM ONE OF THE PRIZES, INCLUDING- A FREE TRIP TO ONE Of THE N6W YORK YANKEE'S GAMES/ (FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY) QUAKER * 02- packages PUFFED WHEAT QUAKER PUFFED RICE . ·Wind 1934 Pantiac7ar-lmAulaM a 1934 General Electric Refrigerator, a Sparton All-Wave Console Radio, a Philco All-Wave Table Radio, a Sunbeam Mixmaster, * 26-piece Set of Tudor Plate Silverware, or one of IOO other magnificent prizes in the Great "R" Grocer Coffee Contest! Inquire at the store for details snd an official entry form! 2 for 17c package X TfC Morton's Salt Plain or Iodized 26 oz. package Friday and Saturday Only Every Sunday Evening--9:00 to 9:30 V. M. R-rtM^h rfJ^IUJ "KITE-WAY MUSICAL KEVEBIES" |l|/tIR |' [ll I Thou Jay . Fridiy - Saturday - 7:45 to 8:00 A. M. I A Prosrim of En(«rta!nmtnt snd Prjrtcil Interest RITE-WAY FOOD STORES R GROCER COFFEE bag 25 A FINK BLEND ECONOMICALLY PACKED DIAMOND BROS. Where Thrift Begins 205 North Federal Ave. BLUEBERRIES Crushed PINEAPPLE or Red Pitted CHERRIES No. 10 Can 49c Crushed or Sliced PINEAPPLE BARTLETT PEARS or APRICOTS 0 No. 2/ 2 L Cans GOOSEBERRIES APRICOTS, PEACHES, BARTLETT PEARS or BLACKBERRIES No. 10 Can. OQ OIJC CALUMET BAKING POWDER, 1-lb. can BAKING CHOCOLATE, (Hershey's) !/2-lb. bar k . CREME OIL TOILET SOAP, 5 bars HARDWATER SOAP, 6 bars SUNKIST CAKE FLOUR, large package 24c 13c 1 Q A «/ C MINUTE TAPIOCA, per package WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES, (Kellogg's) 3--lie pkgs CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, 10 bars WISCONSIN BRICK CHEESE, per pound CORN or GLOSS STARCH. 4--1-lb. packages lie 25c 25c 17c 25c Salad Dressing, Mayonnaise or 1000 Island, pint jar 15c Fresh Eggs 2 dozen 25c Peaches 2 large cans 25c Dried Beef per Ib. 29c Macaroni 4 Ibs. 29c Matches 6 Ige. boxes 23c Peas 3 No. 2 cans 25c Cookies, Sandwich Whirls or Sugar Wafers, per Ib. 15c APPLE BUTTER, 1 C 36 oz. jar A J w RED SALMON, OC 2 tall cans 0*)C CODFISH, -I Q 1-lb. box . A»7L COVE OYSTERS, or 2 cans . . £OC BAKING SODA, 1 C 2--1 -lb. pkgs IOC MOLASSES, 1Q,, No. 2'/z can A*/C Reputation OLEO, OA 2-lb. pkg fciifC Holland HERRING, QO^ 9-lb. keg OJC MARSHMALLOWS, 1 4 per pound l^C Large WALNUTS, 1A per pound . ... AH v Seeded RAISINS, OC 4-lb. pkg. . . uiJC Fancy COCOANUT, t Q per pound A v L Reputation Pancake Flour, 3i Ib. pkg. . . . . 15c Special! LA CHOY CHOP SUEY (Ready to Serve) 13-oz Can 23c 1 Can I/a Choy Noodles Free COFFEE "Fancy Peaberry" Lb. pkg. 17c; 3 Ib. pkg. 49c "Reputation" Lb. pfcg. 19c; 3 Ib. pkg. 55c WHEATIES 2 packages 25c One Chromium-plated Bon Bon Dish FREE Asparagus or Spinach, 3 No. 2 cans . . . . . 29c Laundry Soap, (yel- *IC^, low) 8 giant bars«i«'t. D. B. LYE, 99 3 -- lOc cans ££C BON AMI CAKE, 1f\ n each 1UC BON AMI Powder, 1 1 15c can A A v SAL SODA, 97 3 -- lOc pkgs £*C APPLE SAUCE, No. 10 can NAVY BEANS, 6 pounds. . . . OOLONG TEA, 1-lb. pkg IDEAL MALT, large can Quart BOTTLES, per dozen 33c 25c 35c 45c 49c Oregon PRUNES, 9 9 _ No. 10 can .. .. JjC Hershey's COCOA, A 1/2 -lb, can ** ^ Oyster Shells, (Puri- nr tan) 100-lb. bag / D C BLOCK SALT, OQ (White) each J*/C ROLLED OATS, t»a 4 Q 90-lb bag «P«£.TT«/ Corn, Carrots or Pumpkin, 4 No. 2 cans . . . . . 29c Pork and Beans Red, Lima or Kidney Beans, Hominy, Peas or Spaghetti cans Toke your YEAST this NEW way Yeasties Ye«tt bidden in delicioui cereal-- « blend of toasted wheat flakes with active yeast.''Good for what ftilt you. M SOUP Tomato, Vegetable, Pea or Bean *J cans Fancy Smoked Hams (small sizes) per lb 15c HOME RENDERED LARD, No. 5 pail LEA PERRIN SAUCE, 35c bottle GOLDEN STAR SYRUP, 2 small cans PURE CHERRY PRESERVES, (Edwards) 2-lb. jar .43c 29c 19c 29c CORNED BEEF HASH, (Harding's) 2--19c cans TOMATO OR MUSTARD SARDINES, 3 large oval cans... PURE SORGHUM, 5-lb. pail 29c; 10-lb. pail DYANSHINE SHOE POLISH. 35c bottle 29c 25c 55c 23c Red Wing Stoneware From 1 to 6 gallon jars, gallon 15c From 8 to 25 gallon jars, gallon 18c TEA BAGS Finest quality tea Packed in individual bags. Black or Green 12 bags lOc PRUNES Large size (40x50) 3 pounds 27c Extra Large size (20x30) 2 pounds 23c BOSTON BEAN POTS (Stoneware) Filled with 2 pounds Navy Beans 9Sp Florida Oranges (sweet and juicy) per peck . . 49c POTATOES U. S. No. 1 Grade Good for Seed or Table Use "Early Ohios" Pk. 28c; 100-lb. bag $1.65 "Cobblers" Pk. 28c; 100-lb. bag $1.75 CABBAGE, 8 Ibs Winesap APPLES, 5 Ibs CARROTS. 2 bunches MARSH SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT, 4 and 6 for.. 25c 25c .9c 2SS 25c POTATOES "Nebraska Triumphs" Early 6 wks. seed potatoes --also good for table use. Pk. 2Sc; 100-lb. bag 51.65 "Idaho Russets" Good baking and cooking Pk. 2Sc; 100-lb. bag S1.65 Reputation Brand 49-lb. bag $.1.53 49-lb. bag SI.Go 19-lb. bag ?1.S5 FLOUR Diam ° nd ' s Best Pillsbury's Best Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets NO. 1 -- NO. 2 -- NO. 3 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY We Deliver $1.00 Orders MEAT DEPARTMENT Sterling Minced Ham, Ib 15c Sterling Home-Madc Bologna, Ib 15c Sterling Selected Flank Steak, Ib 15c Decker's Beef Boil, Ib , 7c Decker's Beef Roasts, Ib 12c Decker's Rolled Rump Roast, Ib : 18c Decker's Cerro Sliced Bacon, Ib 2()c Sterling Braunschweiger. Ib 20c Sterling Slab Bacon, Ib 1. ISc Sterling Round Veal Roast, Ib 15c Sterling Round Veal Steak, Ib 15c EGGS -- CHICKENS -- FISH FRUIT DEPARTMENT New Potatoes, fancy, 6 Ibs 25c Cantaloupe, New California lOc Lettuce, large, solid heads ; 7c Apples, Fancy Delicious, each 2c Lemons, large, fancy Sunkist, dozen..... 29c Oranges, extra Ige. navels, doz. 29c Strawberries, fancy, 2 boxes ? Oranges, California Navels, large, dozen 25c Oranges, California Navels, medium, 2 doz. 35c Celery, large, fancy stalks 3 Oc New Texas Bermudas, G Ibs 25c ''Radishes, Carrots, Green Onions, Green Teas, Green Beans, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Peppers, Garlic, Cab- hiigc, Kutabagns, Parsnips, Asparagus. Pink Salmon, tall cans, 2 for 25c Value Milk, tall cans, 4 for ." Mustard, quarts Pineapple, large 2 '/ 2 can Monarch Peanut Butter, large jar. Monarch Gelatine, 5 pkgs 25c 15c 19c 25c 25c Longhorn Cream Cheese, Ib 15c Banner Oats, large pkg Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs. Brooms, extra good Climax Cleaner, 3 cans Dic-A-Doo Cleaner, large pkg.. Raisins, some seeds, 4 Ib. pkg. Oxydol, giant package 49c Crystal White Soap Chips, giant package 29c Palmolive, Camay, Kirk's, bar 5c Rub-No-More, large package 19 c Magic Washer, large package 21c Red Pitted Cherries, Ige. No. 10 can 43c HOG LARD The press states that Germany is cutting down on their importation of lard this year so they can increase, their production of hogs. The continued low level of international trade on hog products tend further to make necessary a prompt and substantial reduction of United States corn and hog production this year. These foreign countries are increasing their production to stop importation. But what is America doing--cutting down production of hogs and corn--then shipping in foreign oils and fats which will run over a billion (1,000,000,000) pounds this year, to take the place of our hogs and corn. You might know the fats and oils come into this country tax free. Sterling Coal Feed Co. Good old summer time--no coal to buy. LTJKE B. MILLEK JACK McCOLE, Mgr. Toilet Paper, 6 rolls 25c Central Lutheran Bake Sale April 28--Damon's Store. Holy Family Ladies' Aid Card Party Thursday, April 26, 8 P. M., Holy Family School Catholic Ladles" Aid Dinner, Rockwell, lona Sunday, April 29, 5:30 P. M., Academy Basement Public Invited. A Real Dinner For You. Welfare Workers and Farmers' Union Meeting Saturday Night, Y. jr. C. A., Mason City, Iowa. Mr. Sturgeon Will Make a Short Xalk. Jersey Cream Flour, 49 Ib. bag ......... $1.52 Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib. . Folger's Coffee, Ib. can ..... , Folger's Coffee, 2-lb. can Bliss Coffee, Ib Chase and Sanborn Coffee, Ib 32c 62c . 25c 27c P. G. Soap, 10 bars ....................................... 25c BUTTER -- BUTTER Mason Maid, Plymouth, Iowa Slate Brand, Brookfield, Kenyon's, Clear Lake Johnson's Floor Wax, Glo Coat, can 49c Crackers, 2-lb. caddy 19c Monarch Yacht Club Cut Green Beans, 2 for 25c Monarch Spinach, can 15c Monarch Red Kidney Beans, can ........ lOc FOR THE GARDEN Seeds, Onion Sets, Onion Plants, Early Ohio Seed Potatoes. Cobbler Seed Potatoes. Bulk Sweet Corn Seed, lb ,... loc Block Salt 40c Stock Salt. 100 Ibs 6!)c Gold Medal Chick Feed JMR. FAKMKKr--BRIN'NG rs YOUR EGGS--CASH OR TRADE--ANY OF THK 3 STORKS.

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