The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 22
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March 18, 1937

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH iS'M 1937 SALADff Fresh and Fragrant PHONE 1800 Tl? HH «f Eltlll 1 SOUTH FEDERAL SNYDEITS Phone Us -- Jack Sprat Food Store -- We Deliver SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 25 oz. can K. C. BAKING POWDER Large pkg. WHEAT OATA . . . Mayflower CORN, can ...... Jack Sprat MILK, 19c 22c lOc 21c Red Head W A S H I N G CRYSTALS, 1 f n 25c pkg. l l C GROUND BEEF. lh. 15c Mayflower SALAD DRESSING, qt. . . . Ideal DOG FOOD, 3 cans ........... Chocolate Cream COFFEE, Ib. PHlsbury's P A N G FLOUR, S l /i Ib. pkg. 2 lOc pkgs. SALT ..: Lean Sliced BACON, Ib. . . . . . . 25c 25c 29c A K E 25c 15c 29c FOR ADDITIONAL RED HOT SPECIALS SEE JACK SPRAT FOOD STORE ADVERTISEMENT United Fruit Co. 33 East State Street PHONE 748-749 FREE DELIVERY Fresh Vegetables and Fruit BANANAS, ripe or med. ripe, 4 Ibs, Texas ORANGES, sweet and juicy, doz. YOUNG ONIONS, 3 bunches L':*-25c lOc .CAULIFLOWER, snow white,, 2 Ibs. NEW CABBAGE, pound 3c Cobbler POTATOES, 100 Ib. bag ?2.39; peck 39c Fresh Green PARSLEY, bunch .. lc T e x a s GRAPEFRUIT, seedless, good size, doz. ........ Fresh RADISHES, 1A 3 hunches 1UC Fancy CARROTS, P :Calif./large bunch . . D C GREEN r PEPPERS, each OC NEW TURNIPS, 4 Ibs'. Fresh Asparagus, Peas, Green Beans, Broccoli, Mushrooms, Brussel Sprouts, Spinach, Endives, Fresh Beets, Fresh Horseradish, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Celery Hearts, Head Lettuce, Celery, Avocadoes, Limes, Strawberries, Fresh Pineapples, etc. 1 TRY MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME BAKING MONARCH FINER FOODS See It in Glass--Buy It in Tin MONARCH CHOP SUEY PRODUCTS BEAN SPROUTS, size 2 can, 3 for ... NOODLES, size 2 can, 2 for ... 25c Monarch TOFFIE,. Rum and Butter, pound Monarch RIPE OLIVES, 16 oz., extra O-| large r Monarch RED ICIDNEY BEANS, size 2 can, 2 for . . . . . . . . . . . . 23c Monarch E. JUNE PEAS, size 2 can 15c COFFEE, Atwood's, (glass free) Ib. . . . GRAPEFRUIT J U I C E , pure and whole- 1 A some, size 2 can ... ll/C RINSO, . large box 21c Silk Tissue PAPER (1000 sheets) 6 rolls 25c --., 39c MIXED VEGETABLES, size 2 can 2 for ;... Monarch HEAD 'RICE, fancy quality, Ib. box Won. FOOD-O-W H E A T (Breakfast -1 f Cereal) IDC Monarch TOMATO JUICE, 50 oz. can Monarch G. Bantam 1 P* CORN, size 2 can .. IOC Monarch COFFEE, 3 Ib. deluxe jar 89c;' * ) £ ' · ' Ib.:.., . . . . Z O C CQFFEE, Hills Bros, or Folger's, Ib. 30c; Co 2 Ib. cnn DOC Pure COCOA, fancy 1 c'_, quality, . 2 Ib. can . . 1 DC MAGIC WASHER, large ............ PEAS, Meadowy Sweet, size 2 can, 2 for ........ 25c National Fruit Co. 101 South Federal Ave. PHONE 824 FREE DELIVERY DRAKE CO-ED ON BROADWAY NOW Education of Miss Martin Progresses From Cold Taps to Hot Taps. NEW YORK, (ff)--The higher education ot Heloise M a r t i n , Drake'university co-ed of shower picture .lame, Thursday had progressed from psychology and cold taps to "hot taps." , She was back on the Broadway she deserted a year ago for college, confident that her hot taps would prove as sensational as the cold taps that brought her nationwide-publicity a week ago. The cold taps were behind a shower curtain. So was Heloise, in a leopard, which, she explained, is a dancer's term for a flesh colored tog like a bathing suit. Heloise turned on the cold tap, opened the curtain enough for a photographer to get an exhilarating profile from the hips up and scene two in the "a day in the life of a co-ed" was complete. All for Drake. This was the picture that created the sensation when it appeared in a college' humor publication, although there were other revealing photos, such · as one called "Dressing" in which Heloise sported only scanties and a brassiere. But it was all for her dear old alma mater, explained Heloise Thursday. "The business manager o£ the university asked me to pose," she said. "He thought it would be good publicity for the university.'! It was, and for Heloise, too. .Offer Too Good. "The offer was so good I couldn't afford to continue my studies," she said. The offer was from Joe Moss, Hollywood club manager, who had Miss Martin in his chorus last year. She hated to leave college, she said. They were all so nice, even the dean of women, Miss. Carrie Cubbage. But Heloise has not given up her ambition for a college degree. "You know," she said, "I'm a psychology major. I've been specializing in : abnormal psychology. Don't you think Broadway's ,a good place to study that? ... To Resume College. "But seriously," she continued, "I intend to resume college here just as soon as I can." Then she explained that newspapermen had been very kind in stories about her. ' "I, know a little about it (reporting)," she said. "I studied journalism once, too." . Well . . . yes . . . she'd pose for another shower picture . . . b u t it must be in "good taste." , "Would it be all right iM just put my head and one foot out of the curtain to sort of get over the idea that I'm wary of showers now?" farm Brazil plans to create a credit institution. HEAVENS! WE CERTAINLY DID MANAGETO DIRTY A LOTOF DISHES OH, DON'T WORRY! WEIL GET THROUGH WITH THEM IN "NO TIME. rwi USING THE NEW 1937 RINSO ITS SUDS ARE SO MUCH RICHER AND FASTER-ACTING NOW. , AND A UTTLE GOES SO WELL, I MUST SAY, I NEVER SAW SUCH LIVE SUDS IN ALL MY DAYS /THROUGH ALREADY! THAT'S f WHAT! CALL SPEEDY DISHWASHING. AMD THERE ISN'T A TRACE (Of GREASY FILM ON THE DISHES TIT WIDTHS NEW RINSO IS ·/SO EASY ON-THE.HftNDS/,' TOO. IT NEVER MAKES THEM RED OR ROUGH /~YN WASHDAY Kioso's richer, Jonger-liuting \J siids seak out dirt without scrubbing or boiling. White clothes come it least 5 shidu whiter thin ordinary soaps get them. This "no- scrub" method mikes clothes list 2 ot 3 times longer. Rinso is recommended by the roakcis of 33 washers. 1937 RINSD IS OX SALE AT AIL BRDCEHS--IK THE SAHE FAMILIAR PACKA6E --THIS BREAD CONTAINS VITAMIN D M OST children eat bread with downright enthusiasm --often in preference to Mother's carefully chosen meal. Vitex Vitamin D Bread is made especially for such children. It has the "home-made" flavor that youngsters like, and that important extra value--the Vitamin D they need to help develop and keep strong bones and sound teeth. Unfortunately Vitamin D is almost entirely lacking in our ordinary diet. Hence the advantage of a supplementary source. Try a loaf the next time you order and see for yourself why its flavor is making it so popular. VITAMIN "D". .. IS BETTER BREAD MIDWESTERNERS TRAVELING WEST 70,000 Have Already Left "Dust Bowl," More to . _ Follow Them. , NEW YORK--Seventy thousand Americans already have chugged their way from the "dust bowl" of the mid-continent to the Pacific northwest, and tens of thousands more are following in th'eix' trail, according to a survey o£ the drought situatipn just completed by Collier's magazine. In dilapidated flivvers towing homemade trailers piled high \yith household goods; In straw filled farm trucks in which they sleep at night, and even singly on horse and mule back, the hosts of the modern migration are heading out into the west. "About 70,000 Americans," says the report, "have moved westward from the sun-baked areas of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Kansas, Colorado and the Dakotas. Many ot these nomads are still on the move, looking for places to start farming anew. It is the most important and significant migration since the days of the covered wagon. "And this modern pilgrimage is not without-its connection with that epic chapter in the country's expansion. Many of the families now being pushed toward the sunset by the havoc of the drought are descended from the pioneers who roamed into the middlewest ahead of the advancing frontier, in the period just preceding and following the Civil war." °J /UST WAMTCD TO KNOW IF you BOYS HAD ANY SHREDDED WHEAT HANDY!" A Product of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY MOKE T1MN A BILLION SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUITS SOtD EVIRY YEAR b*9tuubfar9* Gtffie* at PIGGU^VIGGLY Special Notice! We Make Four Deliveries Daily, Employing Two Trucks, For Your Convenience, and Better Service. $2.00 b^d FREE Less Than This Amount Will Be Delivered For Only Five Cents. Deliveries at 8 A. M., 10 A. M., ZP. M., 4 f». M. Phone 1591 WE PAY CASH FOR EGGS A Combination of Values and Suggestions for Friday and Saturday QUALITY MEATS HAVE NO SUBSTITUTE Branded Beef Chuck Roast (Chuck Cuts, Ib. ZZC Fancy Milk Fed Veal Round Steak . Lb 35c Good Quality Lean Pot Roast . . . 18c Loin or Rib End 'Cut.Fork Chops, Roast . · 21c Decker's Iowana Sugar Cured Hams . . · :whoi e ° r ib. 29c. Branded Beef-Swiss and Round Steaks , 29c Deckers Old English Lean Sliced Bacon . 33c No Cereal, All Meat--Fresh Ground Beef . 17c PIKE Fresh Water Pound 19c HALIBUT Sliced Steak Pound 25c BULLHEADS · Pan Dressed Pound 19e SALMON Fancy Red Pound 25c LEAVE ORDER for YOUR EASTER HAMS Decker's, Swift's or Corn Country Butter . . . .^ 37c Tender Leaf fft ,.V«lb. - j o e lilb. 900 · m*St ' Grfen XO Green £ · V»» · ·!ilb. -|/?o 14 Ib. Q - l « Black J-O Black Oi Macaroni .3 25c Libby's Spanish · Olives . . . 14 OZ. 22 j. Jar 33C Libby's Fancy Crushed Pineapple . Hilex . . . . Quarts 19c Gallon 49c Marshmollow Cookies Pound in Cello Moon-Kist Grapefruit . lOc Libby's Tiny Kernel fAMM . . ' N °- : %*U1 · · · · · · C a n Bulk MazolaOil . Quart 35c Fresh Country Eggs . . . In Cartons, Dozen 24c Armour's Roast Beef . 12 OZ. «AM Can 20C Co££ee HM1s Bros Red-Can · Lb. Cocoa Hershey ' s Fine Quality · . 2 Can 2$C Cheese ' v "«- Longhorn Lb. 21c Grapefruit Juke Ridoro Brand 0 No. 2 Can Crackers Se^e,,. . t 2 BOX 15c MORTON'S SALT, OT _ 2 Boxes .. 1/C Marbles Free Armour's tA^i MILK, 3 Cons AlIC Heinz i k^ CATSUP, large bottle I-7V Fancy Dried PEACHES, I b . . . . Seedless RAISINS, 2 Ibs.. 19c 19c Santa Clara PRUNES, 2 Ibs 19c SWANSDOWN, Package ...... 25c Heinz BABY FOOD, 3 Cans 25c Borden's CARAMELS, Ib 15c Salted PEANUTS, Ib... 15c Candy FRUIT ST1X, Ib. 17c Gum, CANDY BARS, for ICc nromfsoAp Lge. Med. lie 6V 2 c Libby's POTTED MEAT, 2 Cans. . 9c Libby's Fancy PEAS No. 2 Can . 14c Castlehaven GREEN BEANS, No. 2 Can. . . . . lOc Del Monte ASPARAGUS, No. 2 Can... 25c Uncle. Wm. HOMINY; m: JLUC Campbell's TOMAT.O JUICE, Can . , 64c Oil SARDINES, 4 Cans 19c Imported FISH BALLS, 1-lb. Con., Standby TOMATOES, No. 2 Can..... Robb Ross FRUTE-GEL, 4 Pkgs 15c Wheat PUFF1TS, 2-- 5-02.. Pkgs. Marshall Seal COFFEE Pound Vac. Packed Can WALDORF PAPER PRODUCTS Waldorf Tissue Scott Tissue Scott Towels 6RONS..25c Z R i 15c 2r s 19c Lux, Lifebuoy TOILET SOAP 3 Bars WINDEX 17e WINDEX SPRAYS. . . . 15e Lighthouse CLEANSER, 3 Cans. . . . lOc Giant Bars P. and G., 5 Bars. . «%^ -- 41C Snowball CAULIFLOWER, Head.... ...... ONIONS, 3 Bunches. Yellow ONIONS, 3 Pounds. IOC lOc Golden 'Ripe Bananas Fancy Head Lettuce Fresh Dates 4 27c Head 12/2C 4 bs 25c

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