The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 23, 1936 · Page 20
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 23, 1936
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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 23 H 1936 DISCIPLINE BEST FREEDOM ROUTE Agnes Samuelson Points Out Dependence on Spiritual Instructors. NEWTON, OrB--"Youth must learn that intelligent discipline still is the best route to freedom," Agnes Samuelson, state superintendent ol public instruction, told Sunday school leaders here Thursday. "And sympathy, leadership and guidance," she declared in a speech prepared for delivery before the Iowa State Sunday school convention, "will go much further than criticism and impatience when dealing with adolescents. This is something adults must always keep in mind. Kely on Spiritual Teachers. "Iowa's temporal teachers are relying oh the continued help and cooperation of you spiritual teachers. Together we can do much to develop moral and fibre and stamina, to help the learner to stand on his own feet in search of things that are most excellent. "Science equips the thousands of young Americans who will receive idplomas from our high schools and colleges this spring with knowledge that is the modern wonder of the world. Theirs is to improve upon, not simply to. take for granted. Character Still Required. "It is their task to banish war, ci-ime and . poverty, to make- the world a better and happier place in which to live. "But they must learn that character still is required. Nothing that science has produced has changed the meaning of the virtues. Character never has been reversed." The Eev. Paul E. Becker, pastor 'Anthony Adverse" For one of the scenes in "Anthony Adverse," movie version of the lengthy best seller, Olivia de Haviland wears this striking costume in which she creates a sensation at the masque ball. of the University Church of Christ, Des Moines, urged the convention delegates to redouble their efforts in the field of Christian education. 53,000 Pennies From Hanlontown Depositec HANLONTOWN--Cashier E. E Ronglin of the Citizens Saving., bank made a trip to Mason City Wednesday to deliver 53,000 pennie to the First National bank fo: credit to the local bank. The pennie: had accumulated over a period o about two years. Considerable time was required to count the coppers Home From Chicago. RAKE--Gus Johnson and O. E Quam, who accompanied four car loads of livestock which the; shipped to Chicago, returned homi Tuesday. Free Marbles F R E E One Bag Glassy Marbles With Each Purchase of Two Cans of Morton's Salt AT YOUR GROCER'S It's Fun to Shop . When You Can Choose For Yourself Try If This Friday arid Saturday in Our Big Clean Store Cash for Eggs $2.00 rS^, FREE Phone 1591 It's Toasted--Nash's Coffee Lb. 2 Lbs. 3 Lbs. 27c S3c Sic Meadowbrook Peaches No. 21/2 Can...... Seedless Raisins in Cello. ......... 1 |C «* Pounds Santa Clara Prunes Pounds in Cellft Crisp Soda Crackers Chase's Fine Candies In Cellophane Butter Corn Chocolate Stars Swedish Mints Buttermilk Chips Fancy Caramels Snow Drops Fruit Sticks Chocolate Peanuts Coco Cubes Per «Q r Per Pound *7\r Pound Chocolate DROPS, Ib...... Orange SLICES, I b . . . . Fresh Salted PEANUTS, Ib. lOc lOc 12c Kraft Miracle Whip Quart 3 |C Allied Brand Tomatoes 23C Hershey's Cocoa Pound Can. lie Valley Pride Peas No. 303 Can. 9c Climalene Libby's Fruit Cocktail 2 Pound |g^ 2 Regular 4 £ _ 15C Michigan Navy Beans 4 Pound Cello Bog ...... ,., No. 1 Wis. Colby Cheese 19c Pound Packages 1 Additional Package Ic Van Camp's Pork Beans Medium Large 5c 8c SaladaTea No. 2'/ 2 Can. 25c Five Mora Brand Coffee We Grind It For You 19c Pound ,, Green or Black I / Pound 4«* M */2Pkg....32C White Prince Flour Pound Libby's Dill Pickles Plain or Kosher Giant P. and G. 5 Bars 19c 241/z Ibs. 83c Quart Jar Farmer's Best Stock Salt 1 0 0 p d Bag Blocks 37c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 5 Do Extra Fancy Winesap Apples Navel Oranges " 6V 2«*» zen «7* No. 1 Gree Pote 4 £ Pound Ij Peck . Fc A Full Pound E n Mountain itoes 31c incy Long Green Asparagus unch .- ... Fresh Spinach a Poundc . IOC lOc PICCLY WICCLY With a high quality tea, such as Upton's, a little goes a long way. Because it is so full lodied you need use less to get the required strength. With its unmatched flavor and low cost per package I could not afford to use anything else but Upton's Tea. YELLOW LABEL ORANGE PEKOE PEKOE ALSO GREEN JAPAN JUST at bedtime eat a bowlful of Kellogg's Rice Krispies. Nourishing. Delicious. Easy to digest. They promote sound sleep. An ideal meal for the daytime too. So crisp you can actually hear them crackle in milk or cream. At grocers everywhere in the Mother Goose story package. Made hy Kellogg in Battle Creek. Quality guaranteed. SO CRISP they actually crackle in milk or cream IT'S ECONOMY TO TRADE AT CARL GRUPP'S QUALITY FOOD MARKET Phone 420 1339 North Federal Grupp's Famous Roiled Rump or Rib CORNED BEEF . , Ib 22c PORK CUTLETS, Ib. . . . Choice Cut POT ROAST, Ib. Decker's Small Canned HAM, ea Barbecued RIBS. Ib 19c ISc 55c 29c PORK LINK SAUSAGE, Ib... Loin End PORK ROAST, Ib Mrs. Fullerton's CHICKEN, con . . . Heinz KETCHUP, c large bottle .... 20c 20C Canned 60c 19c KELLOGG'S DEAL 2 CORN FLAKES 1 WHEAT KRISPIES 1 PEP -- ALL FOR-- AMERICA'S FINEST) SALAD A TEA JAPAN GREEN or BLACK (Brawn label} Vi Ib. 33c '/4 Ib. 17c Largest Sales in North America Gold MedaU? $1.09 F L O U R ,;: $2.09 Mayflower TOMATOES, 2 No. 2 c a n s . . . . Fresh Creamery pound PEACHES 2 cans . . 37c FREE SILVERWARE Packed with HASH'S Toasted COFFEE A Knife with 4 Mb. jars, per Ib. A Spoon attached to -« _ each 2-lb. jar, J®C A Fork attached to ©*y« each 3-lb. jar, 9 '^ DIAMOND BROS. SPECIALS - FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PURE LARD With 50c Meat Purchase 2 Ibs. 23c Boneless Cubed BEEF STEW 2 pounds 25c SWISS STEAK , Off the Round Pound 19c Home-Made BOLOGNA LIVER SAUSAGE Pound . . . . . . . 15c Smoked PORK SHANKS Pound 15c Corn Fed Short Ribs, Ib. ..10c Boast, Ib 13c Steak, Ib 16c x-Bone Steak, Ib. 19c Young Pork Chops, Ib 21c Steak, Ik 18c Roast, Hi 18c Spare Ribs, Ib. . . 15c Milk Fed stew, ib m Roast, li 16c Vf2)f Chops, Ib .18c · Vfll steak, Ib 18c Yearling Stew, Ib ........ lOc Roast, Ib ....... ISc ch °p s ' ib ....... I5c Leg o' lamb, Ib. 17c All Meat HAMBURGER Pound Sliced BREAKFAST BACON Pound ....... 27c Sugar Cured BACON SQUARES Pound . ...... 15c Sugar Cured SLICED HAM Center Slice Pound ....... 15c SUGAR 1 0 Pounds . . . 46C FRESH EGGS 2 Dozen 33C PURE COCOA 2 Pound 4 A * Can 14C Soda CRACKERS 2 Pound Box . . . APRICOTS (Olson Brand) No. 10 can . 49c BARTLETT PEARS (Nile Brand) No. 10 can ; 39c APPLE SAUCE, No. 10 can 35c NAVY BEANS o pounds lyc REPUTATION OLEOMARGARINE Pound Package . . 37c FANCY RICE 5 Pounds 25C P. B. BAKING SODA, 2-- lOc boxes 13c PEANUT BUTTER, quart jar. . 23c SNIDER'S CATSUP, large bottle 15c KELLOGG'S 2 Corn Flakes and 1 Wheat Krispies ALL FOR 35e 1 PEP FREE BUTTER-NUT COFFEE (Drip or Regular) 1 J! ound 2Qc I Can 7^ SPECIAL QUAKER FARINA Regular Size ... lOc A Kin 1 DEC CITP FRF£ REPUTATION FLOUR. 49-lb. bag $1.39 DIAMOND'S BEST FLOUR, 49-1 b. bag $1.59 PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR, 49-lb. bag $1-90 3 Banquet CORN No. 2 Cans . . Fancy TOMATOES 3 No. 2 «ie? M Cans . . . . 2 5 C Mustard Tomato SARDINES 3 Large Oval Cans Early June PEAS No. 2 Cans . . CHOCOLATE SYRUP, Ready to Serve, No. 10 can (80c value) 57c HORTON'S RUSSIAN SALAD DRESSING, large jar 15c KREEMY MINUTE FUDGE .ST^Td . . . .No Cooking, pkg. 15c EXTRA SPECIAL CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 100 Bars to the Case ONE CASE.. $2.90 One Dozen 1 Oc Boxes Super Suds ($1.20 Worth) Free! Brilliant Coffee per pound 17c DILL PICKLES, quart jar . . . . I5c JAPAN TEA (Bulk) per pound 18c EGG NOODLES, Mb. cello 15c SALAD DRESSING Sandwich Spread Quart J a r . . . T~ 25c TABLE SALT I A Pound B a g . . . 15c OREGON PRUNES 2 No. ZVz Cans . . . . 25c Miller's BRAN FLAKES 3 Large Pkgs. . . . PALMOLIVE TOILET SOAP, 4 bars 19c OXYDOL (Giant Size) . 55c BLUE CROSS TISSUE, 5 (1,000-sheet rolls) 25c Feeding Oats 100 P B°ag nd $2.35 Morton's Block Salt 50-Pound Blocks, each. . F I N E Chick Feed 100 X d $2.25 NAVEL ORANGES large, per dozen 25c HEAD LETTUCE 2 large 15c CELERY 2 large stalks. . 25c CARROTS 2 bunches. . . . 9c MARSH SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT (Large) 6 for 25c Delicious 7 p o u n d s . . . . 25c Bushel . . . . $1.39 ONION SETS Red, White, Yellow Per Pound . . 5c WAX ONIONS 5 pounds . . 25c Red River Ohio POTATOES Per peck 30c 100 Ib. bag $1.79

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