The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 19
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1937
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OF COURSE WE CAM EAT DOUGHNUTS NOW/ MOM FRIES 'EM IN Spry! I Love Spry FOR BAKING, TOO. PASTRY IS FLAKIER- CAKES LIGHTER, MORE TENDER.' ANDMIXBD IN HALF TH5 TIME SO CRISP, SO DELICATELY flWORED, AND NO SMOKV KITCHENS WHEN VOU FRV MASON GITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 H 1937 Fried foods EASY to digest? YES! if you fry with Spry "doubly delicious, too F RY with Spry and everybody's happy! Tliere's no smoke in the kitchen, no "frying smell" through the house. No grease-soaked foods to «ive you indigestion. No heavy taste. Sp.y-fried foods are deliciously crisp and tender and as digestible as if bak-d or boiled. Butthat'sonlyhalfthestory.Baf;e with Spry and make more delightful discoveries. Cakes are lighter, finer and mixed in half the time with trifle-creamed Spry. "And better flavorthan themostexpensiveshort- en ing ever, gave me!" women exclaim in amazement. They find their pastry is flakier and more tender, too, with Spry. They praise Spry's creamy smoothness and whiteness. It's Att-vegetable, purer, stays fresh right on the pantry shelf. Get Spry today. The new, purer ALL-vegetable shortening-TRIPLE-CREAMED! I TELL TH6 WIFE TO GET THE 3-LB. CAN. YE SAVE MONEY.' United Fruit Co. 33 Bast State Street PHONE 748-749 FREE DELIVERY POTATOES, Green Mountains, peck .. 45c loolh bag $2.85 POTATOES, Early Ohios, for seed or table, peck ... 65c Fresh RADISHES, 3 bunches lOc 'CARROTS, ': large bunch · ,.·. 5c , Calif. BROCCOLI, large bunch 15c T e x a s GRAPEFRUIT, seedless, good size, doz 39c Fresh YOUNG ONIONS, 3 bunches lOc GREEN PEPPERS, j- large .............. DC Hot House RHUBARB, 2 Ibs. 25c PARSLEY, bunch 5c Fresh TURNIPS, 4 Ibs. 25c Fresh Strawberries, Avocadoes, Grapes, Green Beans, Peas, Brussel Sprouts, Mushrooms, Cauliflower, Endive, Spinach, Fresh Horse Radish, Head Lettuce, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Celery, Celery Hearts, Red Cabbage, etc. TRY MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME BAKING MONARCH FINER FOODS See It in Glass--Buy It in Tin Monarch PEAS, E. June, size 2 1C can ·' .' 1«5C Monarch BAKING POWDER, 8 oz. i f\ can iUC Monarch GELATINE DESSERT, yr 5 pkgs. u«3C Monarch COFFEE, r»r Ib Z5C Monarch TOMATO or JUICE, 50 oz. can uJL Monarch MALLOWETTES tiny marsrtmallows, £ vkg jC Yacht Club RED ' 1 f\ BEANS size -) cin l U C Yacht C!ub -i n TUNA, 7 oz. tan .. luC MIRACLE o r WHIP, qt «$DC Monarch Golden Bantam CORN, i r size 2 can 1«JC .Monarch BABY FOOD, 3'/2 oz. can, nr' 3 for £DC M o n a r c h MARSHMALLOWS, Ib. | Q cellophane bag IOC ji T U T 1 c COCOA, Ib. ... IDC Monarch GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 46 oz. on can ZUC Monarch MACARONI or SPAGHETTI, of 2 Ib. pkgs ^ DC Yacht Club TOMATOES, size 2J/ 2 j r can Jl*/L Yacht Club SARDINES, in Olive i A oil IUC Kraft's French -1 f\ Dressing, t(t l U C COFFEE, Folger's or Hills Bros., Ib. 30c Atwood's COFFEE, on (glass free) Ib. . . . £uC Campbell's Tomato SOUP, 3 . . . . . . . . . . 25c cans RINSO, large pkg. 21 c Dole's Pineapple JUICE, 46 oz. -*5r* ...35c can Silk Tissue PAPER (1000 sheets) nr* 6 rolls ZQC MAGIC WASHER, o -i large pkg L1 .C National F.'sit Co. 101 South Federal ^ve. PHONE 824. FREE DELIVERY COUNTY BOARDS ON PARKS URGED Bill Providing for Creation Reported to House by Committee. DES MOINES, (#)--The Iowa house of representatives has received a committee bill providing for the creation of county park boards. The boards, consisting of a member of the board of supervisors, the county engineer, and three other citizens of the county, would plan and administer the county's parks, preserves and parkways. Representative W. A. Yager (D) Spirit Lake, chairman o[ the house committee on conservation of resources, said the county park board would be empowered to lake over the management of small parks now administered by the state conservation comission. Help to Commission. "This \yould be a help to the conservation commission, which has become top-heavy because it has so many parks to take care of," Yager explained. The board of supervisors would appoint the county park commissioners. The citizen-members of NINETEEN the commission would serve six year terms, without pay. The county treasurer would act as treasurer o£ the commission. Could Condemn Land. The county park commission could condemn land in the same manner as land is condemnejl for other public county purposes, and it may accept gifts of land or the use of land for a term of years. Before proceeding with any construction work, the commission would be required 19 prepare a comprehensive plan for the development and use of the area. Other bills reported out for passage by house committees include one setting up a budget appeal board and one to license movable lunch stands on fairgrounds. IV E. O. Officers Elected. OSAGE--'the regular meeting of Chapter AW, P. E. O. was held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. L. T. Ruehl. Election of officers resulted as follows: Miss Fay Bartlelt, president; Mrs. Dean Kingshury,. vice president; Mrs. t. T. Ruehl, recording secretary; Mrs. W. D. Addison, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ralph Burnham, treasurer; Mrs. Harry Conkling chaplain; Miss Helen Stearns, guard. Visitors From Independence. LIME SPRINGS--Dr. and Mrs. Lotus Bastian of Independence are visiting at his mother's, Mrs. Carris 'Bastian. This Week-End A P Features Brands You Know! POST TO AST IES SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR 36 oz. Pkg. 23c Del Monte Coffee, 1-lb. can .., 25c 2-Ib. can 49c Borden's Evap. Milk, tall can 7 C Heinx Fresh Cucumber Pickles, 2 24 ox. jars 35c 3 Diamond Crab Meat, 6'/i ox. can 25c Sultana Peanut Butter, 2-lb. jar 29c N. B. C. Butter Cookies,' 7 3 / 4 -oz. pkg.. . . . . I0c Salted Peanuts, 2 Ibs. 25c Sultana Pineapple, 2V2 can 19c A. and P..Fruit C.ocktail,? 2--16-oz. cans. . . . 29c Yellow or White Corn Meal, 5-lb. bag. . . . 22c Folk's Orange Juice, 2 No. 2 cans 25c Polk's Grapefruit Juice, No. 2 can IQc lona Pork and Beans, 3--16-oz. cans. . . . 17e · . , i lona Hominy, 3 No. 21/2 cans. . . 25c Stock Salt, 100-lb. bag 67c Lewis Lye, 3 cans. . . . 25c Tune in "A F Banclwag-on,' wKh Bacon, Scotch Urolh, Vegetable or Vcpetsblc Beef Campbell's SOUPS 3 10V2 ox. Cans GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen Tested" Flour 24'/2-lb. Bag ....,,,.. Bag '..... $2*03 $1.05 LIPTON'S TEA Black, !/4 P o u n d . . . x . . Green, '/4 Pound 20c RED CIRCLE Rich and Full Bodied Coffee 2 1-lb. Bags . IONA TOMATO JUICE Scan's" 2?C P. G. SOAP t ft Lar 9e Bars LUX Toilet SOAP 4 Cakes 25C Lux Flakes, 12 ox. p k g . 21 c 7 to 8 p. m. Thursday, WCCO SCOT TISSUE, 3 rolls . 19c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 9 4 auo« · · « Carrots, 2 bunches. .. l i e Celery, 2 b u n c h e s . . . 25c Grapefruit, dozen. . . . 39c Potatoes, peck 55c ^ · A P Food Stores South A. P. Phone 101 CLIFTON'S North A. P. Phone 1477 Pork Pound Liver... Pork Pound Hearts . , « 8c Sugar Cured Boneless HAM H " f or Whole Tender Pound Steak . . . I5c Pot Roost Pound B e e f . . . . 1 0 c Boiling . Pound Beef 9c Whiting Pound Fish . . . . lOc Fancy Sirloin Pound Steak . . . I9c Delicious Boiled Pound Ham .... 39c Ring Each Bologna.. ?c Tasty Loin Pound Haddock. 19c Three Brothers Get 10 Years for Holdup MANCHESTER, (A) -- Herbert, Leonard and Burton Sprague, brothers, all of near Winlhrop, were sentenced to 10 years in the Anamosa reformatory in Delaware county district court for their part in a fake holdup Feb. 11 that netted them $66 each. Their victim was Leroy Ingles, 65 year old farmer near Colesburg. Visitor From Illinois. MILLER--Carl Timan of Elmhurst, 111., spent Sunday night and Monday at the K. P. Juhl home. Progress Club Meets. BELMOND--Members of the Progress club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. L. GowHy. Mrs. C. I. 'Williams discussed Canadian national parks. Belgian Horse Group Elects. SPILLV1LLE -- The Belgian horse association met at the city hall Tuesday and elected: President, J. P. Kuhn; vice president, Martin Ludwig; secretary and treasurer, John Thompson; directors, Raymond Mikesh, John M. Novak, Louis Fencl. Visit at Cannon Falls. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. Charles West have been visiting Mrs. West's mother, Mrs. Billington, who is ill in a hospital at Cannon Falls, Minn. On their return from there, they visited relatives in Minneapolis. Go to Minnesota. KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Anderson made a combined business end pleasure trip wh.en the former transacted business at Minneapolis and the latter visited her sister, Mrs. E. T. Tufte at Northfield, Minn. GRAND OPENING SATURDAY, MARCH 13 LUND'S BAKERY 30 Second St. N. E. Phone 952 -- OPEN HOUSE ALL DAY -Free Coffee From 2 to 5 p. m. SPECIALS CHOCOLATE DONUTS 18c doz. PRIED CAKES _ 18c doz. COOKIES .". : 12c doz. DATE SQUARES, BROWNIES, KISSES, ALMOND and COCOANUT MACAROONS, DEVILSFOOD and VANILLA CAKES and CUP CAKES CREAM PUFFS and CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS Every Saturday We W1U Be Happy to Serve Our Old Customers as Well as New Ones in Our New Location. OPEN SUNDAYS IJfl.A P r o d u c t of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY MORE THAN A BILLION S H R E D D E D WHEAT BISCUIT MEATS THAT SATISFY TITTLE BROS. PACKING CO. 105 SOUTH FEDERAL pHONE G93 BEST BUYS FOR SATURDAY FRESH SMOKED COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE.. . 15clb. Choice Beef POT ROAST 14k,,,. FIIESH STEEL CUT Pork Liver Pork Hearts Veat Hearts Veal Brains Collage Cheese IOC ,6. Center Cuts CHUCK ROAST 16ic 11,. COFFEE . 21bs.for29c PORK LOINS Whole or Half , 20c ib. CHOICE VEAL ROAST Hie Ib. PORK Shoulder ROAST 18c 11). RINDLESS SLAB BACON 29c Ib. ISEE OUR WINDOWS BEFORE YOU BUY! WAG 1C DUND iJ DRIP GRIND OR PERCOLATOR GRIND If you make coffee by t h e d r i p o r S i l e x method, never use the coarser-ground coffee 'that is ideal for percolator. Butter-Nut Drip Grind goes much farther and yields its flavor quicker. But for percolator or coffee pot Regular Grind is best. Specify which you want when you order. MARVELOUS FLAVOR All magic is simple when you know how -- and the knack of making super-fine cof- 'f ee is no exception. Just say the magic word "Butter-Nut" to the grocer and the knack is yours. Butter-Nut gives you more and finer flavor to the pound, thanks to the new Special Mellowing Process that brings choice coffees to the very peak of flavor before roasting. Acids are practically eliminated. The flavor becomes richer, more delicious in every way. Try the new Butter-Nut--you'll make better coffee. ' 3 P g.g,m^^JL JL ia «^a.«u_ SPECiALLY M^LLOWbU " Coffee ,,,{--

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