The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 3, 1934 · Page 22
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May 3, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

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TWENTY-TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 3 1934 Brookfield, Corn Country BUTTER 2 Ibs. g* c MARSHMALLOWS CHEESE FUJI FUJI rii if CHOPSUEY CHOW MEIN NOODLES BEAN SPROUTS. , No. 2 . can VEGETABLES, Til II VEGETABLE F U J I CHOPSUEY 2 * 25c ..iblfic 15c 6 c 10ic 11c No. can No.l . can No.l. can CHOPSUEY. 'SAUCE'"" , QUAKER PUFFED . 3-oz. bott. FUJI RICE BOKAR COFFEE 25c SPARKLE D NAVY BEANS . . 4 ,.,, 15c TEA £S5£ . . . . . . «. 23c P. G. SOAP NUTLEY OLEO . . . . 8 L S26c ..JBEANSSSw ) : PEANUT BUTTER . ,JT"""' 6'S£29c YVAJLDORF TISSUE . . . . SPINACH Y HEINZ SOUPS . SOAP SALMON re* COFFEE SSK CORNTM* . . MILK SS - D Bolls L cam . u, 34c 4 C»n S 15C 5 £19c 9 9P»/ Lbs. ui\. .$1.45 SUNBRITE FLOUR si OATMEAL. . . . IONA FLOUR 49 «... SUNNTFEELD FLOUR . . '- . 241/2 S; CHICK STARTER « GRANDMOTHER'S DOUGHNUTS . . i^nlOc Red Sour Pitted CHERRIES cans 3 No. 2 cans ....... S3c No. 10 can ...... ..i5c Quaker Puffed WHEAT C. H. Pure Cane SUGAR 10 56c Finest Beet, 10 Ibs. 53c .Quaker Maid BEANS 4 -· 17c FINE QUALITY MEATS--201-202 North Federal TENDER ROUND Steak. Pound PREMIUM or IOWANA Bacon Found RIB BOIL u66(. . . . QQ Found ^^ DECKER'S PORK Cutlets Pound HA3I Salad. 93c Pound .... ·· %^ DELICIOUS POTATO Salad 19 "Pnimrt TM ^^^ Pound FRESH SPARE Ribs... Found FRESH COUNTRY Eggs Dozen SHIFT'S PKEMIUBI' H a m . . Slice, each .... LEAN PORK Roasts 1 fie Found · ^^ ORANGES POTATOES POTATOES Size 200 Navels V. S. No. t Early Ohios Northern Minnesota . . 2doz.47c . b a g $1.79 ..Peck25C THE GREAT ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEA CO. But if the hoihecoraing congressman hasn't been prodigal, all he gets '3 cold shoulder.--Midwest Review. Ask your Grocer for a LITTLE PELTON and get a REAL BROOM Known man? yeara as belni the but Go to State Meet. NORTHW.OOD. May 3.--Fifty- three high school students left for Iowa City Thursday to compete in the state contest. The group included the mixed chorus, girls' glee club, girls' sextet, boys quartet and Clarice Ranum, cornet soloist. Be slow to criticize lest you expose your taste. Shakespeare seems stupid to those who prefer Whiz Bang.--Wisconsin State Journal ····^^·········i^^^^TM Federal Packing Co. Phone 746 We Deliver $1.00 Orders 313 N. Federal Ave. STEAK *=, . . Ib. 15c Open Kettle LARD, Ib Fresh SIDE PORK, Ib 10 SPARE RIBS, Ib. PORK ROAST. Ib. 10 VEAL STEAK, Ib. 15' PORK LIVER, Ib. BEEF ROAST. Ib 8 VEAL ROAST, Ib 8' IDEAL GROCERY 226 S. FEDERAL FREE DELIVERY PHONE 536 FLOWS Trn-Blu 5 ,,,, 19c Fruit Jar RUBBERS ll w I- doz. FLOUR Tru-Blu $1 79 $!·! ·/ MILK 3 for 17c OATMEAL S Ibs. . - 1 0 c JAR RUBBERS SL 30c COFFEE pound 19c CRACKERS 2 Ibs. 18c Camay SOAP 4 ^ 19c Cloth Free Whole Wheat FLAKES 2 ,«r 15c SUGAR 10 Ibs. 51c PLANTS Toronto, Cabbnge lOcao,. PALMOLIVE SOAP, 4 bars · · · · 19= SOAP, 6--14-oz. bars 25c -- 1 Protex FREE CARL GRUPP QUALITY SIf FOOD SHOP PHONE 420 1339 NORTH FEDERAL There is a reason why people drive up to the North End for their steaks and Roasts-they're good! Ib. 12 c Ib.15c Ib.lie SELECT Pot Roast Chuck Roast Sirloin Steak":; , K ,Vr DECKER'S .SELECT VEAL HEARTS, Ib. 7J- JUMBO DILLS, 5 for 10' NORTHERN POTATOES, Pahnolive SOAP, 4 bars. 19' BEEF TONGUE, Ib. 12* SWEET PICKLES, 2 doz. Fresh STRAWBERRIES; qt. 25 CAMAY SOAP, 4 bars ... Complexion Cloth Free 19' Don't Fail to Kead^the "R," Grocer Adv. and Include the Specials in lour List. Our Free Delivery and Credit Dept. are at your service National Fruit Co. 101 South Federal Ave. PHONE 824 FREE DELIVERY Home-Gro\ra Asparagus, | n - . fresh, 3 /t~tt. bunches.. lv«- Strawberries, fancy O C p Louisiana, 2 pt. boxes tiwC Radishes, Iced, Crisp, 1 H « solid, 3 large bunches 1UI. Bananas, Firm, 9C»r Yellow, 4 Ibs fc« V POTATOES Camay Soap, 5 bare Folger's Coffee, 2-pound can Monarch Fruit CocktaU tall can, 17 oz Monarch Ked Raspberries, 3 No. 2 can Monarch Peas, Early Butter Cookies, pound box Cool Spring Tomatoes, Juice, 3 No. 2 cans 25c 32c 61e 15c en,, s DUC Ibc 19c Tomato 28c Palmolive SOEIP, / 5 bars Chipso, large pkjt Monarch Coffee, 3-Ib. pkg Monarch Gelatine, 5 pkgs Monarch Cake Flour, Red Pitted Cherries, Cut Stringless Beans, 3 No. 2 cans 25c 15c ?,5c G9c 9C/. ZDC 25c 1 A lOc 45c 25c COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH VEGETABLES MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME-BAKING United Fruit Co. PHONE 7-19 33 EAST STATE ST. FREE DELIVERY $14,000 SPENT EVERY MINUTE U. S. Borrows 10 Millions Out of Every Day's Expenses. WASHINGTON, May 3. (.«-- Uncle Sam has been passing out an average of $14,000 every 6.0 seconds, day and night, for the past 10 months. Government spending for the first 10 months of the present fiscal year has averaged $19,152,392.14 a day. Against this expenditure it has collected a daily average of $8,184,154.89. This means that $10.968,237.25 of every day's expends- . ture is borrowed. | In other words, for every $1 col- j lected the government has spent I $2.34 of which $1,28 went to emer- j gency recovery expenditures. Since last July 1, the government expended in all about $5,822,427,211 --a figure made up of $2,591,838,460 of routine running costs and $3,230,588,750 of emergency recovery spending. Receipts in the same period have been $2.487,983,087. This leaves a deficit of $3,334,444,123. But only two months remain of the fiscal year and the budget bureau estimated a deficit of more than $7,000,000,000 by June 30. BUSY BELLAMY Eaton Will Speak Friday to Leland P. T. A. Group LELAND, May 3.--The last parent-teachers meeting of the year will be held at the schoolhouse Friday evening. George Eaton, superintendent of schools at Forest City, will speak on "Plight of the Public High School." Current events will be given by A. D. Branstad, a vocal trio by Ida Rorem, Florence Rorvik and Eunice Charlson and vocal duet by Mrs. Horace 0. Haagenson and R. A. Carlson. Officers will be elected. Popularity Begins at Breakfast Popular people are usually well people. They are the people who feel fine, who enjoy life, who see the bright side of things--and almost always you'll find that they are the people who eat right. If you want to be popular, if you want to go places and do things, try Shredded Wheat with milk and fruit at least one meal a day. Shredded Wheat is a moat nourishing food--whole -wheat, boiled and baked--in easily digested and delicious form. It contains the carbohydrates needed for energy; the proteins needed for tissue building; the mineral salts needed for bone structure; the vitamins that help you resist disease; and bran to keep you regular. Nature might have made a, better food tlum wheat--but she didn't! Shredded Wheat is mighty economical, toe. Start it today and see if popularity doesn't depend on the way you feel! Pupils Present Operetta. __ COULTER, May 3.--Coulter pupils will present the juvenile operetta, "Kay and Gerda," Thursday and Friday at the school auditors Success to Italph Bellamy means plenty of hard work. Popular as iv leading man, Kalph often finds himself working in two or three pictures at the, same time. He now is appearing in "One Is Guilty" and "Transient Love." urn. The operetta ig sponsored by the teachers, Misses Harriet Gowdy, Vermilia Christens;n and Vera Madson. SHREDDED 1 WHEAT So live that you neeed never elevate your nose and remark acidly that you consider tile source.--Kessinger's Review. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Piggly Wiggly Your Piggly Wiggly Store gives you every reason for wise spending. Consistently low prices offered by Piggly Wiggly are real money savers each and every day of the year. Money Saving Prices For Friday and Saturday 4th-Sth A-l Crackers Hershey Cocoa i».Sc 19* NO. 10 SO CALLED GALLON FRUIT Solid Pack Blackberries ea. Halves or Sliced Peaches · · ea. For Pie or Sauce Apricots - · ea. Royal Purple Prunes . . · ea. 40 40 40 33 MILK Tall Cans Northfield 3c ans 17 COFFEE Schillings Guaranteed to please you better. Drip or Regular LB.30* CANNED VEGETABLES Mayflower Golden Corn Mayflower 3 NO. 2 CANS Sugar Corn 25 Derby Brand ' c^s 4* ft Green Beans 2 3)' Mayflower Tomatoes 21/2 Cans Packed in Heavy Syrup tf Peaches . · ea. Jl Jells Quickly-- Assorted Flavors Fruit Jell . · Lewis High Test Lye -- 3 for s M pkg.4 c No Failures with R Swansdown 21/2 cans Broken Sliced Pineapple . ea. Sunbrite Cleanser . pkg. Kraft Delicious Spread, qts. MircaleWhipSpread Heinz-Special Sale MED. TINS Soup ASSORTED Baked Beans 16 OZ. CANS 3 KINDS 3 C a n s . . . 25 DeSota 1000 Sheet Tissue . roll Sawyers Ib. Box Butterwafer Get your Baseball Bool; now, with Pep . 2 pkgs. Fresh Fruit 200 Size Sunkist Oranges 300 Size Sunkist Lemons dozen dozen We will sell GOOD berries as low as the code allows Strawberries market Fresh Vegetables Large Bunches Carrots . · · Minn. Russets Potatoes . · · Texas Triumphs New Potatoes . bunch

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