The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 20
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March 11, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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TWENTY 'i ! ! "NO PARKING SPACE WORRIES AT' CARL GRUPP'S FOOD ^P^ STORE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAECH 11 M 1937 'Phone lH;jK ' '325 North 420 TjSEPffi, Federal SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Grupp's Corned Beef Barbecued RIBS, Ib. Boneless, Ib. 29c Veal CHOPS, Ib. 20c Club STEAK, Ib. 30c Pork. Shoulder ROAST, Ib 19c .Pure Pork SAUSAGE, .Ib Veal Shoulder ROAST, Ib .-. 1*5 ISc Tender Cube STEAKS, !b., 2JC Young Hens Hills Bros., Atwood, Butter-Nut lAji COFFEE, I D . . . . Z 7 C Sweet PICKLES, qt. i Decker's PORK and BEANS, 16 oz. Cans, 3 for. . . Softas/lk CAKE -%fti FLOUR, Ige.pkglZjF.C. Kraft's 1,000 Island DRESSING · · * - · 8 oz. Jar.·;.·...". 15C Miracle WHIP, qt.. 39c Lb. Short Top Col. fL. CARROTS, bunch OC Large ORANGES, doz. Crisp CELERY, 4 £ _ large bunch. .-. J.JV Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, .dozen ....... Lighthouse CLEANSER,, , A _ 3 f o r . . . . . . . . IOC WASHER, pkg. Choice Pot ROAST, Ib. 22c ISc lowano' Sliced BACON, I b . . . . 35c Fresh Ground HAMBURGER, Ib. Oceans of \.ather \nstantly · » kny Witttr KIRK'S c o c o [«IHWAT£R CISIUE, 5c Heinz ' Baby Foods . . . 3ca ns 27c SEE THE JACK SPRAT FOOD ADVERTISEMENT FOR MORE SPECIALS FARMERS: We Bofh Save if You Bring Us Your · ;·' " Eggs and Poultry. ; .. . ·MHPHONE US YOUR ORDER -- WE TEACHER IOWA'S FORGOTTEN MAN BROOKS STATES President of State Grou Addresses Henry County Club, MOUNT PLEASANT -- "Th forgotten man -- and lorgotte woman--in Iowa today is th school-teacher," Dr. W. G. Brook president; of the Iowa State Teach ers association, told a meeting o the Henry County Schoolmaster, club here Wednesday night. · "Teachers were excluded. fror the benefits of the social securit act because 28 states already hav teachers' annuity and retiremen systems o£ their own," Dr. BrooU said. "But in Iowa we have n such system. In fact', the low school teacher is about the on] individual, aside from the farmer who cannot look forward to som type of eventual retirement, eithe under . social security or unde craft or professional benefit sys terns.- · . I ; . ' v . "Iowa may wel! ask--What wil be the effect of this on the futur education of our children? Wh should an intelligent young ma or woman enter the teaching pro fessiori, when teaching become the only · field in which one i faced with an almost 'certain help less and penniless old age? Th smart people will not. "Of 100 boys graduating from ITCHEN LENZER What!this shelf would say if it c i t ^ '·- f - - * - i. "My boss is always upset when. packages x or cans 'settle down' pn me" ,-_ 'in peace and quiet. I like to see" -action too, and that's-why, I'm glad ; "those'Red Cans'of Hills Bros/ 'Coffee.are assigned to my particular f - v ^ space, ft's amazing how much I T * * * : taster I get empty than ; my neighbors'on either/side." ^ l m .«'* F° r 'fifty-nine years Hilh Bros, have , tteadfastly maintained a tradition of unchanging quality in roasting and packing the finest coffee obtainable. ^ Covudt Davenport senior high school this winter, not one when questioned, indicated an intention to go into teaching. In a city in north central v lowa ( recently, a University of Iowa graduate had a choice between going to work for the fire department, and taking a job in the city's schools. He took the fire department job, because it paid better, and because he was assured that he could retire on a pension when he reached retiring age. .: ' "It is vital that the present legislature pass some kind of legislation for an annuity system similar to that of other states. We cannot keep good teachers in our schools .without offering them some hope of security for their old age^-especiallywhen they ;an obtain that security, immediately by going to another state, or by entering some'other profession." Samuel Johnson Rites Are Held in Northwood . NORTHWOOD -- Burial was made .here of; Samuel J. -Johnson, 55, who died : at Blue Earth, Minn., where he had lived and been in business for a number ot years. IVIr. Johnson was a native of this vicinity, being a son of Ole and Barbara Johnson, early residents here.. He is 'survived by his wife and a daughter by a -former, mar- riage, Juliet Ruth; a sister arid two brothers, Mrs. George Wold and Ericlc O. Johnson, Northwood, and Albert O. Johnson, San Diego, Cal. Home From Long: Beach. C 6 U L T E R--Mr. and Mrs. George Baker and A. F. Horn arrived home from a,two months' trip to Long Beach, Cal., and other western points. Marble Rock Horse ... Sale Brings $8,000 MARBLE ROCK--The Sixty- five horses sold at public auction by Staudt brothers Tuesday afternoon brought a little more than $8,000. A buyer from Racine, Wis.-, bought 13 head. A buyer from Manistique, Mich., bought 12 iLSBURY'S PANCAKES BREAKFAST TOMOR RQ , Just arfd milk or w«(»r-iHr- anrf bake ih» «n«jf pancikts Vi^ you«v«r|ji(»dl PILISBURYS PANCAKE FLOUR A L S O P l L L S B U R Y ' S B U C K W H E A T P A N C A K E FLOUR head. The top horse, a sorrel mare, brought $230. A roan mare brought $200. The top team, sorrel geldings, brought $420. A team o£ roan geldings brought $415. At private sale, a two year old sorrel stallion with .white mane and tail was so!d to P. H. Collins of Winthrop. Iowa, for $775. Staudt brothers have sold $15,000 worth of horses in the past six months. It was estimated that 2,000 people attended the sale. Leaves for Utah. COULTER--Mrs. Rasmus Jensen left for Salt Lake City, Utah, to spend a week with relatives enroute to Oakland, Cal., where she will spend the summer with her son, Martin Jensen and family. , . MARSDEN'S GROCERY AND MEAT 1452 N. FEDERAL HERE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS YOU CAN FIND AT OUR STORE Large size PRESERVES Fraziers CATSUP WyandoHe SOFTENER Pork Loin in 17c 20c IQc lie ROAST, Ib. VEAL STEW, Ib. BUTTER 9c 2 Ib. box CRACKERS . Bliss COFFEE, Ib. . TOILET SOAP, 9 bars POR'K CHOPS, Ib. ... VEAL ROAST, Ib,-.. Fresh Creamery, .15c 23c 25c .17c 12ic 35c On $2.00 Orders CASH FOR EGGS All CANDY BARS 3 for-,..- :10C Near Quart Libby's OLIVES Rosedale Sweet MIXED PICKLES Quart 25c Fancy BANANAS Pounds 25c Winesap APPLES 4 Pounds . . . . . . I - Texas ORANGES Dozen 25c Fancy GREEN ONIONS Large Bunches lOc Texas NEW POTATOES 4 Pounds ....... 25C Texas NEW CABBAGE Pound . Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT Dozen 'E'dwa'rd ' ' MARSHMALLOWS Pound 15c Good Quality BROOMS Each 2Jc Le Grande Green Wax BEANS No. 1 ' Cans i - 15C HI-LEX 4Qt. Jug. 49c Milk Chocolate" Chocolate STARS Pound 23c Cut-Rite WAX PAPER 140-Ft. · · · · ' Rod .". ·....... 15c No. T Wise. Longhorn CHEESE Pound 23c WHITE P R NAPHTHA 6 RGant IflC AND IJ c r\ A D u Bars -- «3*' S O A P IPSO MIRACLE WHIP . . . Q 3?c Sawyer's Liberty Bell SODA CRACKERS . 2 15c Bars.... 19c Royal Red ' CATSUP 14 oz. Bottle Heinz SOUP . I Large I"Cans 27c Powdered or 3 Ibs. in *»« _ Cello Z1C Heinz BABY FOODS for 25c Banner 1 ROLLED OATS Large H*f« Package . .. .· 'I/C White Prince FLOUR Pound. Bag Swift's SUNBRITE Cans 13c Huskies Eat HUSKIES Pkgs. 23c Wrisley's TOILET SOAP Bars 19c Libby's ' PEAS No. 2 Can Scott TISSUE 3 Rolls 23c ·Sliced or Halves PEACHES No. 1 Can lOc FIG BARS 2 Ibs. 25c PORK and BEANS 2 Tall Cans T9c ._ Del Monte PEAS No. 2 Can 15c Fancy COCOANUT Pound 19e Five-More .COFFEE Pound 21c Armour's MILK Cans 27c MarsHmallow COOKIES Pound ' ' 'Bddth''s SARDINES Large Oval Tin Arherlcari 'Beauty MAC. or SPAG. Pounds 25c Kraft Assorted CHEESE /2 Packages..,. Giadbrook MUSTARD Quart Castle Haven GREEN BEANS No. 2 Can lOc Peacock GINGER ALE » . Large-:,.. ,,. 'Bottles " . : . ' . 25c R. R. Cane Maple SYRUP ISc Pantry Pride PANCAKE FLOUR Pound « «v -Bag ,17C Quick, Easy, Sanitary SANI-FLUSH 1 Cans 35c Quality Meats Have No Substitute Stamped Prime Beef Chuck · · - . · · . - . . . . . . ROASTS ^ , b . 20c ^ast, , b . 17c Loin or Rib End Pork Chops or ROASTS Lb . 20c cufcfogl 29c Milk Fed Fancy Boneless Veal CUTLETS Lb 27c KRE-MIT Vegetable Shortening Pound BACON Lean, Sugar Cured Pound Halibut or Salmon Fancy Slfced Z5C Pound LARD 100% Pure Leaf 2 Pounds 33c PICNIC HAMS Shankless ·Pound 20C BULLHEADS Or Dressed Pike Pound 19C No Cereal---All Meat--Fresh ·' ' GROUND BEEF . . 17c Finest Quality Beef MINUTE STEAKS . 25c Decker's Finest--6 Delicious Varieties COLD CUTS .;.'. . . Lb 25c yy^f^mv^r"^i^' n v^l'"^^r

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