The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 23
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March 18, 1937

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

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GHAPINHOSTTO VETS IN COUNTY Part of Legion in Safety Stressed; Entertainment Given. ' CHAPIN--The local post and unit were hosts Wednesday night to the county organization Q£ American Legion and Auxiliary, with, an entertainment program supplied by several . of the towns represented. '· The part played by the Legion and Auxiliary, in developing the statewide program for combating accidents on streets and highways was outlined by W. Earl Hall of Mason City, president of the Iowa State Safety council. Included on the entertainment progvnm were two vocal duels by Mrs. Walter Lampe and Mrs. C. H. Bokmeyer of Sheffield, with L. Wesffiinberger at the piano; a tap dance by little Marlcne Timmer- MASON_CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 · 1937 man of Sheffield; readings by Dorothy Crawford of Chapin and Pauline Malm of Hampton; a piano solp by Iva Kluesmeir, Latimer, and three numbers by a Hampton mixed quartet made up of Dorothy Rankin, Alice May Johnson," Floyd Goodyear and Buddy Anderson, with Helen Davis :it the piano. Tiia Franklin county Legion organization is officered by Harry Joraensen of Hampton, commander; George Barnes Sheffield.Vice commander, and F. R. Mallory, Chapin, adjutant. The Auxiliary officers are Mrs. George Barnes, Sheffield, president; Mrs. R. W. Martin, Chapin, vice . president, and Mrs. Orvil Krink, Sheffield, secretary. Operetta at Coulter Is "The Last Clown" COULTER--The grade pupils of the Coxilter public school will present an operetta, . "The Lost Clown" Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the school auditorium. Miss Audrey McGee arid Miss Marshal. Hickok are supervisors. Clarion P. T. A. Has Program; Will Hear Band of M. C. High CLARION--A large number attended the regular meeting of the P. T. A. A program was presented consisting of Community singing led liy Miss Carolyn Hiller, flute sola by R u t h Tollman, violin solo by O'ohn Brenton, brass quartet consisting of Burton Casebeer, Max Sadoff, Kirk Draheim, and Richsrcl Hoyl, and an address, "Diseases--Prevention and Cure" by Dr. Kinnaman of the state department of health. Group discussions were as follows: Senior group led by Lewis Martin with "Public Speaking Objectives" as the topic; Junior high group led by Harold Still whose topic was "Health and Athletics"; the intermediate group was led by Mrs. Harry Tague with "Health Help," the topic; and Miss EdiVs Branncn led the primary group with "Primary Methods" the topic. ·' The P. T. A. will sponsor a con- JOCK SPRRT FOOD STORES AWORDTO THE WIVES- Santa Clara 2 Lbs. Variety « especially important now,to keepthe family "up and coming" during changeablespring weather. You will find ttiese "Specials" suited to the season--and the prices attractive as usual PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARCH 19-20 Sprat FRUIT COCKTAIL Jack PEAS SWEET POTATOES .£$ M l l ^ T A P n Ji ck Salad-or,' /V\U J I MtVL* sprat Horseradish, TAPIOCA WHEAT CEREAL £ GELATIN DESSERT Jnck Fancy Sweet Jack Sprnt No. 1 Can No. 2 can Fine o' Pearl . Sprat Fl O 5 I R · ·-- ^^ W "V Sprat guaranteed . Qinclram World's Girl finest Flour. ISc ISc 15c lOc IOc 15c .,.,uU 19c S" d $2.09 SS na : $2.29 squat can 1G ounce jar ·package ys oiitice · package APRICOTS Jack Sprat -Whole Peeled No. 2'/ z 23 PEARS Jack Sprat Bai-tiett No. 2'/ 2 ·can 23 TOMATOES Mayflower No. 2 can 10 SARDINES Cottage Brand Packed in Cottonseed Oil B · B cans CORN FLAKES Jack Sprat pkg. BROOMS Jack Sprat Very Fine Quality · B each 79 CHOW MEIN NOODLES \ With Each Can of La Choy I PREPARED CHOW MEIN j FOR B Selected Colorado Rural, Per Pic., 15 Ibs. HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE SYRUP 1 " ATMOc JACK SPRAT JAPAN TEA ? Mf yg 25c LITTLE BO-PEEP . £ 2\c For Laundry, dishes, all cleaning, softens water LITTLE BOY BLUE . . 17c Never spots or streaks CLOTHES LINES . *** 20c 50 foot Sash Cord CLOTHES PINS . r«i».. lOc Diamond Package O f 30 Good Cheer 1 pound bag RINSO . IRC. HORSE SHOE GROCERY 219 North'Federal Phone 203 THOMPSON-DEAN CO. 131 North Federal Fhone 312 CARL GRUPP 1333 North Federal Phone 420 SNYDER'S RITE-WAY 616 South Federal Phone 1800 WILLSON GROCERY 401 Fifteenth. Sl..Kf.,\V.. Phone 211 1 pound bag A. W. KITTO '402 Seventh St. S. E. Phone 754 BARRETT BROS, CO. 20 Second St. N. E. Phone 43 W. S. LAWRENCE *OZ Twelfth St. N. W. Phone 2137 S. P. SHAPIRO 523 N. Penasylvaniiv Phone 2187 Chicago Meat Grocery 626 S. Jaclison Phone SDS ert presented by the Mason City ligh school band, to be held March 30, in the auditorium of the iew grade and junior high school luilding. : Carlton L. Stewart, )anrt director, is the son of Mr. ind Mrs. Lee Stewart of Clarion. Stanley L. Hart of Keokuk Takes Oath as State Senator DES MOINES, (fl 3 )--Stanley L. Hart (R) of Keokuk took his oath if office as a 'state senator- from county Wednesday, succeed- ng the late T. F. Driscoll (D) of Farmington, who died of a heart attack after the session started. A 40 year old businessman, Hart von his senate seat at a special election to pick a successor to Jriscoll. Hart took the oath o£ office at he opening of the senate's morn- tig session. Mrs. Fabrlcius Speaks. OSAGE-- The Shakespearean club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lynian Young. Mrs. Martin Fnbrlcius gave a book review, "I Went to Pitt College;" Mrs. K. K. KelloBE and Mrs. Ben Donsker led the discussion. 'S PANCAKES Just add m//k or water--stir-and bake the finest pancakes you ever tasted.' PILISBURY'S PAHCAKE FLOUR A L S O P I L L S B U R Y ' S B U C K W H E A T P A N C A K E F L O U R rag? i* wisy people smile at-breakfast. Thai's why I'm so glad to be located in this home. For my friend the coffee cup is always full of flavor that makes everybody, happy--Hills Bros. Coffee!" For fifty-nine years Hills Bros, have steadfastly maintained a tradition of unchanging quality in roasting and packing the finest coffee obtainable. Phone 312 Phone 312 EXTRA SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BRUSSELS SPROUTS Quarts C Fresh Green Peas RADISHES GR. ONIONS Bunch RHUBARB Fancy Hot House, 2 Ibs. CARROTS Very Nice Bunch Fresh Green Beans - Mushrooms - Head Lettuce - Cucumbers Tomatoes - Berries MEAT DEPARTMENT BEEP ROASTS, Fancy Chuck, Ib PORK ROASTS, Loin Ends, Ib SWISS STEAK, Corn Fed Round, Ib. MRS. FULLERTON'S CANNED CHICKEN, Regular ^Kc Boned,, 60c ~ Fancy fi £ FANCY SKINNED HAMS lowana - - Premium - - Star FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS ORANGES, Fancy Call- fornia Navels, 176 Size, Doz. GRAPEFRUIT, 96 Size Texas Seedless, Dozen CORN FLAKES, Jack Sprat MAGIC WASHER, Large Package P G SOAP, 6 Giant Bars . POTATOES, Cobblers or Brown Beauty, Peck : Sterling Groceries! and Meat Markets No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY Right to Limit We Deliver $1.00 Orders MEAT DEPARTMENT WHERE THE GOOD MEAT COMES FROM Sirloin Roost, Ib.. .. Beef Chuck Roast, Ib.. .. Minute Steaks, Ib.. . Home-Mode Bologna, Ib.. , Pork Liver, Ib..,.,.. Bacon Squares, Sugar Cured, LAMB -- Veal Roost, Ib..,.,... Baby Beef Liver, Ib. ,,,-·.-.-. Hamburger, (All Meat) Ib... Pork Hearts, Ib. ..,.,,, Veal Stew, Ib........ Decker's Shankless Picnics, Ib. FISH -- CHICKENS -- OYSTERS 20c ISc 20c ISc lOc 17c 20c ISc lOc lOc 23c FRUIT DEPARTMENT 29c 2Sc 35c Grapefruit, 12 for : ... New Potatoes, 4 Ibs Oranges, 2 dozen ,. r .., Carrots, 2 bunches ,. Apples, 4 Ibs. . ...... Radishes, 3 bunches , Cauliflower, head . . . . . NEW YORK GANG APPLES, FRESH STRAWBERRIES, Per 27c I0c 20c Celery, large stalk .... Bananas, fancy, 4 Ibs ____ Oranges, large, dozen.,... Rutabagas, 7 Ibs ...... ,. M . . Cabbage, New Texas, Ib. ,.,,.,. Green Onions, bunch ,.:.,..,,,,,·. Grapefruit, large, 6 for. .-. Fancy, Bushel Box f ·« A JPV *)*?«· A / C $235 ? Oisco, 3-ib. can 59c Heinz Ketchup, large bottle : Red Heart Bulk « A M Dog Food, Ib.. . 1UC Sterling Hard Candy, 3 Ibs.. . Campbell's Tomato Juice, 3 cans. . 25c Dreft, large package 22c Van Camp's Pork Beans, giant can . ..... . Rice, Fancy, , 4 Ibs -.-.. Yacht Club Red Beans, can. . . . lOc 25c 10c Van Camp's Tomato Soup, can Macaroni, 3 Ibs. ,.,,..;,,,,. Monarch Hominy, can. . . 6c 25c P. G. Soap, giant bars, 6 for 25c NAME - GAME We will introduce a new name game at Sterling No. 1 Saturday. No names will be given out over the phone. Come down and see if your name is posted--you don't have to buy anything. LUKE B. MILLER Johnson's Glo-Coat or Liquid Wax . 49c MONARCH FOODS Golden Bantam Corn, can..... Telephone Peas, can.:.,.. Gelatine, package Tomato Juice, No. 5 can. . . 15c 15c 5c 25c Yacht Club Tuna, can. .-.-.,. Fish Tenderloins, can Yacht Club Green Beans, can. . : . t . : , Breakfast Coffee, Ib... .... 19c lOc 15c 22c Oxydo!, large package . . 22c Castle Tea, package Brooms, extra goad. . . . Kitchen Klenzer, 4 for . .. ; Wyandofte Softener -. 17c 25c Macaroni, package . Mop Sticks Windex, bottle ..-.,. . . Rub-No-More, package . . ..5c iOc 19c Libby's Dill Pickles, j a r . . Libby's Sweet Pickles, jar. Libby's Olives, far Dinry Moore Beef Stew . 17c 25c 35c ISc Rosedale. Sweet Pickles, quarts ,. ., Libby's Corned B e e f . . Libby's Roast Beef. . ., Prunes, large No. 10 can . 33c Mixed 25c 22c Folger's Coffee l-lb. Can 29c 2-lb. Can 56c Peas, 2 cans. .,.,.._ Spaghetti, can . . . .:.,. Atwood Coffee, Ib.. National Seal 49-lb'. bag.. $1*95 25c IOC 31c Sweet Corn, 2 cans...,., Longhorn Cheese, Ib. Wheat-Data, package . Gold Medal Flour, 49-lb. bag. 25c ,. 25c .... IOc $2.19 Standby Tomatoes, No. 2 can, 3 cons 25c MR. FARMER: -- BRING US YOUR EGGS -- CASH OR TRADE -- ANY OF THE 4 STORES

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