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* 1 Â·/I MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 Â· 1937 HAMPTON GROUP IN WASHINGTON [Talk to Federal Officials About Plans for REA Generating Plants.- : WASHINGTON, (/P) -- Iowa's senators sought an explanation Wednesday of the .rural clectriÂ£i7 cation administration's intentions regarding two proposed large generating plants, to supply electricity to farmers in 14 Iowa counties. - , , ISenator'Clyde L. Herring said he was "determined to find out what is going on" regarding : the two projects, for which REA previously, had allocated $225,000 and $185,000 to build plants in Franklin and Pocahontas counties, respectively: Â· '. Herring and Senator Guy M. Gillette discussed the matter Wednesday. Deputy Administrator John M. Carmody met with representatives , . Qf.. . .the ( . 'Franklin county, unit later in the day. Carmody's office said the meeting took up. a protest filed-by the Iowa Public Service company "contending it could'provide current at satisfactory, rates," making' unnecessary construction oÂ£ generating plants in the area to be served. . ; Hugh Missildine, Hampton, Iowa, president of the Franklin County Rural Electric co-operative, and Walter, Maley, .former first assistant attorney'general in Iowa, attended. , Â· Herring Â· said he and the other lowans "warit'to firid^out \vhat REA thinks would be a "satisfactory rate for utility companies to charge" and to see if the money allocated for generating plants could not.better.be used for rural electric lines. Â· Â· ' . ' Â· Â· Â· . The Iowa projects' involve the only generating plants for which REA so fat- has signed contracts, HEA representatives said. State Supreme Court Holds Records Must Be Produced in Case DES MOINES, (fP)--The .state iupreme Â· court has upheld a Scott county court order requir- ng production of records in connection with, merger of the Modern Brotherhood of America, of Mason City, and the Independent Order of Foresters of Canada. The Canadian organization had Â·esisted the order which was ob- ained by Spencer G. Frick and other certificate holders oJE the Brotherhood for accounting and Â·eturh of amounts alleged to lave bien.paid .to the Parks Ser- 'ice company and others in connection with the merger. ' , ' ' ; Under the Â· Scott county deci- ion records of the merger con- ract and all separate contracts arid records'-of payment must be iroduced. ' .' ' : . Guests'From Austin. ST. - ANSG-AH^Mr; Â· and Mrs. Wendell Borghum and daughter of Austin and Mrs. Louise Awef and son of Minneapolis rfave Keen visitihg their cousin, Mrs. Josephine SchmTdt. Form Corporation of Grateful Riders WATERLOG), (Jtf--A corporation to "encourage a friendly cooperation Between motorist arid rider" and to promote the "welfare oÂ£ the individual who seeks free transportation for himself" has been formed here and articles of incorporation for the Grateful Riders organization were filed in the office . of the Black Hawk County Recorder Wednesday. The corporation has perpetual succession. It can hold real estate, sue and be sued and in fact do about anything that any corporation can do, according to the articles. Â· . . Finch Auto Supply Â·i Is Opened in Manly ::Â· MANLY-^A new business house opened in Manly Monday when B. B. Finch gave up his garage Federal Packing CD, Phone 746 We'-Deliver $1 Orders 213 L Fed. Ave. Special on Decker's lowana HAMS and BACON QUALITY MEAT Fresh Country Star JA SAUSAGE, Ib. .... Â£UC Pork Shoulder ROAST, -lb. .. 20c Round, Sirloin STEAK,'Ib.' V Boneless' Smoked BUTTS, Ib 25c Small ' 'Â·Â·Â· : WIENERS, Ib. 16c Minced HAM,- Ib. 15c BACON SQUARES, Ib. 18c Tender Pork CUTLETS, Ib. 20c Tender Beef ROAST, Ib. Pork STEAK, Ib. 18c Tender Flank OÂ£ STEAK, Ib. ...... ^DC Sugar Cured BACON, whole or 1/2,: business and opened an auto supply shop between Copperman's corner and Yesek millinery. The new shop will, also do light repair work. Frank Murphy, owner of the garage vacated by Mr. Finch, 'has rented the building to the Brattrud brothers of Han Ion- town, who will take possession in the near future. A u s t r a l i a ' s population has doubled this century. THE CHEESE STORE Dubl-Rich SALAD DRESSING Quart KENYON'S BARBECUE SAXJCE 35c 15c MILD COLBY 1 Q CHEESE, Pound 1" C KENYON'S BUTTER Â· :. 36c VIRGINIA DARE GINGER ALE,' Quart 15c Full Pint FRENCH DRESSING SWEET PICKLE ONIONS, Va Pint Nicely Cured HAND CHEESE, Fk s . Large Ripe OLIVES,.% Pint 20c 12c 20c Strictly 01 FRESH EGGS, Dozen . Â£i L C Ask your dealer for Kenyon's FRESH POTATO CHIPS SOKINDSOfGKBt 24 mSTST.ifcMAJONCITY SAME PRICES CLEAR LAKE Decker's HA FOR EASTER DINNER PAR-BOILING NOT NECESSARY ABSOLUTELY NO WASTE GENUINE HICKORY SMOKED Diamond Bros. 30 EAST STATE ST. \ _ SPECIALS -- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 30 EAST STATE ST. Choice Beef Roasts Pound 15c Mutton Chops or Roasts lOc Pound Veal Roasts or Chops 15c Tender, Pound BOILING BEEF, Leon, Meaty, Ib.. 12V 2 c | PORK CUTLETS, No Waste, Ib.. ... .... 19c Pound STEAK Center Cut, Round 25c BEEF ROASTS Rolled Rump or Rib No Bone. *4 M Pound . . ..... . . . Â£1C STEAKS, SIRLOIN or SHORT CUTS, Tender, Pound 19c PORK CHOPS Center Cuts Pound 25c PORK Hearts; Hocks, Liver 10c Pound PURE GROUND BEEF; 2 Ibs.. 25c | BACON SQUARES, Sugar Cured, Ib. . 19c Fine Granulated SUGAR 1 A IV Package 49c Seedless RAISINS Pounds 29c Per Dozen Fresh Country EGGS 19c SPECIAL: (To Clean Up) Fine Brandied MINCE MEAT, 2 Pounds 19c Mountain Home- TOMATOES No. 2 Cans ...... .. Orange Brand PEAS No. 300 Size Cans ..... *Â»C*i JV Fancy SPINACH No. 2 Cans, each ........ . . . Kernel-Kist, Golden Bantam CORN Whole Kernel, 2 No. 2 Cans. .. . 19c PRESERVES; Strawberry and Raspberry, 4-Pound Jar . . . . . . . . . . . . 39c Baker's Premium Baking CHOCOLATE !/2 Pound 1 (Â·_ Bar 15C Fudge Pan Free OOLONG TEA (In Bulk) Pound . . . . 25C None-Such MINCEMEAT 2 Packages . . . . 25c Powdered Sugar . . 3 , b , I9c Pure Cocoa . . .,Â·..'2 c Â»15c D. B. Corn Starch . 2 ^ 15c Imi. Vanilla . . . . lOc Van Camp's Fancy CATSUP 2 Bottles 2C Pompeiian OLIVE OIL 4 ox. Urn . 15c Nifco RED SALMON 2 Cans HUB1NGER SYRUP (In 10-Pound Pails) Blue Label, 57c; Red Label Boneless CODFISH I Pound L Box . . 21c GINGER ALE, ROOT BEER, LIME RICKEY, ORANGE DRY or WHITE SODA 3 24-oz. 'tCtft Bottles Â£3C Plus. 3c Deposit for Bottles Thompson's MALTED MILK 1 Pound 9AM Can 3TMC Malted Milk Shaker Free Dole's Crushed PINEAPPLE No. 2 Cans; . . . . . . . Boneless Smoked H E R R I N G Per Pound . . . . 21c "Royal Chef" PEACHES n No. 2'/z ~Q C fl Cans ttf\* . Nile BARTLETT PEARS No. 2 Cans . 29c 49 Reputation FLOUR Pound Bag . . $1.69 Diamond's Best FLOUR j f f l Pound 4" Bag . . $1.89 Reputation FLOUR Pound Bag . . 23c MACARONI, SPAGHETTI or EGG NOODLES 6 Packages . 25C Pillsbury's Best FLOUR 4(1 Pound 47 Bag .. $1.99 Knox JELL POWDER 6 Packages.. Oregon Prunes No. 10 Can Bartlett Pears No. 10 Can 40c Sliced Peaches No. 10 Can 43c Diamond's Best Coffee PER POUND 25c Red Raspberries No. 10 Can 69c Apple Sauce No. 10 Can 39c Apricots No. 10 Can 49c Chocolate Creams, Chocolate Cherries or Chocolate Peppermints, 1-lb. box. . . . . 19c Black FIGS \ P A :Kc J Pounds . . : . Jf^ Breast-o'-Chicken TUNA FISH (Finest Quality) 2 Cans ,.- 35C WALNUTS Extra Large Per ^|Pound A A v Pine-Tree HEALTH SOAP 6 Bars . 25C r*s\tr\ IPM ICT- KREEMY M I N U T E FUDGE Makes Over 1 Jb. Delicious Fudge. No Cooking. 1 Pound .Package ... . ..... Mo-Ca Bean Coffee PER POUND ISc Fancy DATES Pounds .... 25c LIMA BEANS 29c Holland H E R R I N G (Milker) 93C Sugar Wafers (A ZOc Pe^r Pound Value) 2 Pounds 2SC CANDY Assorted Chocolates 2 Pounds 25C Penn-Unico MOTOR OIL 1 Gallon Can 98c Large Box . 15c MELO (Water Softener) 2 Boxes . . 13C "OUR BEST" Agi- BROOMS, each 4'C (Extra Large) DRIED PRUNES (30-40's) 3 Pounds BLUE CROSS TOILET TISSUE, 6-- 1,000-Sheet Rolls 25c Leading OYSTER SHELLS 100 Pound Bag 59c 100 Soybean 01LMEAL Pound Bag . $2.45 50 Morton's BLOCK SALT Pound Blocks, each. . 43c STOCK SALT 100 Pound Bag . . 55c MORTON'S SMOKED SALT, 10-Pound Can 75c Winesap APPLES 4 Pounds 25c Fancy Ripe BANANAS Pounds 29c Carrots Green Top Bunches 9c Hew Cabbage . . 7 pounds 25c Potatoes . . Idaho Russets. Per Peck Potatoes Round Whites.* U. S. No. 1. Per Peck California Navel ORANGES (176's) Per Dozen Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT for 25c KX^W-aZfrGa^nZZSttrjSX^^Z^ ,fff54~r"}?^rx H *? f -~r~-r?~ n f f ~TMr*"*"''?~ f * ^ ' ~'' * '