The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 23
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April 2, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

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'APRIL 2 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE .13,543 Items Listed in Service Given by Iowa U Department of Health IOWA CITY, April 2.--Services in prevention and treatment total- ling 13,543 items have been made! by the University of Iowa department of health since Sept. 1, 1930, according to the report of Dr. Milford B. Barnes, director.* The greatest amount of aid was given in the life extension division when 6,003 cases were handled, this including consultation service and examination of food handlers at major boarding establishments. Ranking next in Dr. Barnes' summary of activities was student outpatient service with 5,383 cases. There were 2,101 separate Inspection duties executed by the department's officers. Road Program Is Announced. DES MOINES, April 2. UP)--The 1931 Polk county road improvement program completed by the county engineer and the board of supervisors provides for tho improvement of 31 miles of road by graveling. Twelve of the 19 townships in the county are included In the program. 2,119 Students Are Enrolled. CEDAR FALLS, April 2. UP)-Iowa State Teachers college had a total enrollment during the winter term of 2,119 students. Under tho 28 different classifications by which they are listed freshmen were found to be the most numerous, totaling 332. Juniors were second with 289. There were 220 sophomores and one less senior. "Fancy Foods" PHONE H 34 "Meat Treats" PHONE 834 EASTER FOOD SALE BUTTER, Creamery, pound 31c COFFEE, All kinds, pound 39c MARSHMALLOWS, pound 19c HOME MADE BAKED FOODS BREAD, ROLLS, CAKES, PIES GOLDEN BANT. CORN, 2 for 25c PINEAPPLE, Lar^e Cans 21c GINGER ALE, 6 Bottles.. $1.09 TOMATOES, 3 Cans 25c HONEY, 2 Cakes 25c 23 NEW FAYETTE FIRE TRUCK IS BUTT OF APRIL FOOL JOKE 12 to 14 Ib. Fancy Hants Half or Whole, Ib. IVORY or LAVA SOAP, 3 Bars 22c CHIPSO or IVORY FLAKES 19c P. and G SOAP, 5 Bars 18c KIRK'S HARD W. SOAP, 3 for 21c IVORY SNOW FLAKES, 2 Pkgs. 21c BEEF SHORT RIBS, Pound lOc LOIN END PORK ROASTS, Ib. 17c BEEF POT ROASTS, pound 19c FANCY DRESSED CHICKENS LEG OF LAMB, Pound 30c Bacon fe a . 33* Eggs EASTER Grocery Specials EXTRA SPECIAL FLOUR $1.49 GOLD MEDAL OR OMAR CHICK FEED--A large variety of leading, brands at money-saving prices. ' EGGS, fresh daily from the farm, (with order) dozen.... 17e BREAD Fresh Daily, full size, dark or white 5c CATSUP, '· 25e size PEACHES in Syrup, Jack Sprat, 35c size. 17c :23c TOBACCO SPECIAL --Buy Pound Packages and Save Bloney. 1 pound of P. A 87c 1 pound of Velvet '. 87c 1 pound of Union Leader 87c 1 pound Advertiser or Whale 39 1 pound of George Washington.... 65c CIGARETTES, All Brands, 20c size 15c SUGAR--10 IBs. 49c WITH ORDER OF $2.00 OR MORE MACARONI, EGG NOODLES or «r SPAGHETTI, lOc size, 5 pkgs.£DC BUTTER Best grade creamery; one pound with order. ... 28c NASH COFFEE, 1-lb. can 2-lb. can SALMON, Pink-, large can OXYDOL, large pkg RINSO, large pkg CHIPSO, large pkg RUB-NO-MORE, large pkg.. IVORY FLAKES, large .... Try a Pound of SAM RAIZES None Better, Ib. 35c; 3 pounds for 37c 73c lOc 19e . . . . 19c 19c . . . . . .19c 19c COFFEE $1.00 AIRY FAIRY CAKE FLOUR 2% Pounds -- Guaranteed LIBBY'S CORN BEEF HASH 10J/J.-OZ can . IQ C 1 pound can i5 c SANITAS OILCLOTH, large ·» r assortment of colors, yard. . . IDC PEAS large can lOc CUT GREEN BEANS, large can . . !'lOc SWEET CORN large can lOc TOMATOES, can lOc PUMPKIN, can lOc FOX HEAD HEALTH BREW-- A real drink. 1 bottle lOc; 3 for 25c Special Prices on Case Lots. WALNUTS, No. 1, on 35c grade . . ., £*sC NUT MEATS, /»r per pound ODC Vegetables and other things for your table at Money-Saving Prices. The bargains listed above are only a small symbol of the thousands of bargains offered in our various departments. ' SHOP AT OUR STORE AND SAVE 10% TO/25% ON YOUR PURCHASES WE PAY ABOVE MARKET FOR EGGS--CASH OR TRADE FREE PARKING SPACE IN BACK OF OUR STORE SAM RAIZES 215-301 S. FEDERAL DEPARTMENT STORE OPEN EVENINGS PHONE 434-435 FAYETTE, April 2.--The youth and innocence of Fayette's new fire truck was the butt of April Fool jokers in the small hours Wednesday morning. About 4 o'clock an alarm was phoned in for the mala hall of Upper Iowa university. The fire siren shrieked long and hard. Those first on the scene found the roof illuminated by a ruddy glow and firemen took to the outside fire escapes. Reaching tho roof they found a carefully prepared box' of railroad signal flares flaming with gusto, the blanket of snow on the roof providing a perfect natural reflector. 1,000 TO SPEAK AT FOOD TRIALS Chicago Dealers Accused of Swindling Housewives Out of Millions. CHICAGO, April 2. ' /P--More than 1,000 storekeepers, clerks, customers and investigators will he called to testify, it was announced today, before the regular and special grand juries complete their investigation of a suspected short weight conspiracy thru which food dealers are accused of swindling Chicago housewives out of millions of dollars. The juries · had examined wit- nesses before last night's special session had ended. The investigation was formally started earlier in the day with two raids. In one, records of the office of Daniel Scrritella, city sealer, were seized. In the other, the hooka of the Chicago retail fish dealers' association, of which Maxio Eisen is the reputed head, were taken. Twenty-nine employes of the sealer's office were questioned and, of the 137 witnesses, 87 were examined by the regular March grand jury whose term expired yesterday, and 50 by the special grand jury. Chief Justice John P. McGoorty of the criminal court said that the regular April grand jury will be .sworn In next Monday and he indicated that both that body and the special grand jury would continue the inquiry. LIGHT MATCH NEAR GASOLINE; TWO MAY DIE OF THEIR BURNS BEDFORD, April 2. (^P)--James and George Salter, Jr., were in a serious condition today from bums received when they lighted a match while pouring gasoline into the vacuum tank of their automobile. They struck a match to locate the light switch on the car and James, fearing an explosion, attempted to throw the gasoline can out of the building, but accidently poured its contents on George, whose clothing caught fire, burning them both. George is not expected to live. Union Services for Manly Are Announced ' MANLY, April 2.--Union services of the three Protestant churches will be held at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Bethel Evangelical church. The Kev. L. L. Orth, the Rev. H. C. Boesch and the Rev. A. H. Miles will have parts on the program. Responsive readings, prayers, hymns and meditations are also on the program.' A special passion week service will. he held at the Bethel church Thursday evening at 8 o'clock with tho Rev. A. Beurenman of Nora Springs giving the sermon. On Easter day special services will be held. At the morning worship a number of infant children will bo baptized and the choir will give special muaic. A sacred service of choir music will be offered in the evening. COFFEE 30c grade, per Ib. 22c; 3 ]bs. for DILL PICKLES, full quart size; PEARS, No. 2y 2 , in syrup 2 cans 35c TUBES, 29x4.40 .............. ; JAM, assorted flavors, quart sizes, 50c value PINEAPPLE, - n M No. 21/2 in syrup ............ £4tC 2 cans 45c MILK CHOCOLATES, 3 for ...... 10c TEA, Sam Raizes' Brand, y s Ib. pkg, 19c EXTRA SPECIAL SUGAR WAFERS, 85c grade, or on sale, pound .............. LtSC, *C «SDC estions for · Listen for the Rite r Way System announcements on Stations · WOC and WHO at these hours: Wednesday, 10:02 P. M. Thursday, 6:30 P. M. Friday, 1.2:55 P. M. and 10:00 P. M. Safewdoy, 8:40 A. M. You may win a valuable Jack Sprat Pantry Shelf Assort- mesd;--o^er $5.(K) worth of ALL WEEK LAA^tfhM ftlBnf i^MaafiW^fci "·^fWPWi 1 WVM v ^mwwFW ,» «. ^__«_^AlTOfjL 3rd to 9th Diced Carrots *** ·*·*· Mixed Vegetables **%«*. I Oma«OeS JaekSpnrt--vrhok hetwi^ia-c-k«d. Sweet Potatoes jwk.sp»*-*hefc. Pineapple Peaches Catsup i Candy Bars Marshmaflows Walnut Meats JE c«»s, Lar^e ean, 8 - 29c La«ge can. ^ 3 C Mo. iOsan, S^C Jack Sprat, from ripe tomatoes. Regular S ^ 10c Mi, *f7 c Whipped Cream Gkocdatc Drops u -1 f c Dessert Powder Shoestring Potatoes Jack Sprat Brand. 2 tb. package, (w*h Jack Sprat. 15 popular flavors. ^rat. Broad or fi»e 6 oz. cellophane package. Bag 4 Lmndry Soap Palm Rose Toilet Soap ****. lOc pac Magic. Washer Fr«e One lOc package ^ Clothes Pins Japan Tea RG*««: B« Orange Pekoe Tea K Coffeeo^r " 27c Coffees«^. Chocolate Cream Coffee («**«"**) R GROCER BRAND 49 Ho. sack, GROCER STORES ARE HOME-OWNED

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