The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 30, 1936 · Page 19
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April 30, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 30 1936 NINETEEN School Janitor for 20 Years at Lake Mil. to Be Buried Saturday LAKE MILLS--Rasmus Jackson, 73, died at his home Monday night. He was in poor health the past few years, having suffered a paralytic stroke. He is well known in this community as he was janitor at the local school for more than 20 years. His wife preceded him in death about two months ago. He is survived by a son, Selmer, who is expected to arrive Friday from Hollywood, Cal. FuuTal services will be held Saturday at 1:30 o'clock at the Jackson home and 2 o'clock at the Salem Lutheran church with the Rev. O. R. Sletteri officiating:. Youth Near Dumont Is Elected District Head 0UMONT--Merlin Schwab, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schwab of the Union Ridge community 5 miles northwest of town, was chosen president of the young peoples department of the Church of tie Brethern at the district meeting held at the Orange township Church of the Brethern near Waterloo. Irene Schook, Greene, was elected vice president. 8,000 to Get Training. ST. PAUL, C2PI -- Almost 8,000 men, Minnesota National guardsmen and regular armj' troops from this state and Iowa and Nebraska, will populate camp Ripley this summer for their annual field training. Gathering of Hancock County Auxiliary Held at Kanawha; 50 Attend KANAWHA--The Hancock county Auxiliary convention was held Tuesday afternoon in Kanawha in the Odd Fellows hall with about 50 members present. The towns represented v/ere Garner. Britt, Crystal Lake, Corwith a nd Kanawha. A pro. gram was presented which included two musical numbers by tbe high school glee club and a reading by Miss Lorraine Nelson. The committee in charge included Mesdames Hariey Muhm, Russell Burnquist. Albert Larsen, Aaron Holm, Alvin Hanson, Kaute Fosen and H. C. Struck. The JacfcSpiat Stories Apricots . Jack Sprat Whole Peeled NO.JJ4 -can AfjV 33c Cherries . Jack Sprat Royal Anne Peaches . 2 ^ 35c Jack Sprat, Slices or Halves Corn . . /£' 25c Jack Sprat Sugar Tomatoes . «' 9c Mayflower Oysters . "« I5c Mayflower Cove OUR CUSTOMERS ASKED . . . . . . for another chance to buy canned foods at the low prices featured during our recent Semi-Annual Sale. So we're repeating the biggest values. . . . It's your opportunity to economize on canned vegetables and fruits of recognized quality. FRIDAY-SATURDAY MAY 1st - 2nd TAKE YOUR CHOICE 2 CANS 19 C PORK and BEANS . . *«. 3n i*n TM.. Jack Sprat LIMA BEANS . . . . Xo. 3i:t lull can Jack Sprat KIDNEY BEANS . . . *». 30:. t. u ,,,, jack Sprat Dark Red SPAGHETTI . . . , Kn. 30.1 lull tun Jack Sprat Prepared BEANS' '«. 800 cun Brown Beauty Mexican Style BEANS 'u. 3 can Mayflower Cut Wax SAUERKRAUT . . . . K». svi c.n Jack Sprat S P I N A C H . . . . . . N»- ·- can Mayflower MAYFLOWER FRUITS No. 10 (Gallon) Cans YOUR CHOICE OF THESE CHERRIES *££*££ . li - B10 49c PEACHES May r s "cr v ". . Nl ;r 49c PINEAPPLE «s±r - -o':;; 69 C PINEAPPLE Ma f--, r c M . c ^ 69c RASPBERRIES Ma C w " . ££ BLACKBERRIES LOGANBERRIES PINEAPPLE RASPBERRIES Jack Sprat Jack Sprat No. 2 I can No. 2 can Mayflower Broken Slices Kippered SNACKS Spirit of 4 Norway cans Jack Sprat PICKLES Vr' IOC Split Dills Jack Sprat PICKLES Split 6 oz. | f\ Sweets jar I WC Jack Sprat OLIVES Stuffed 2 oz. 1 A,. jar I UC Jack Sprat OLIVES Select 2 oz. t rt Plain jar I UC Jack Sprat BABY FOOD cans J I C E D C E One Silver I S X f c t . Bab y Sp0on No. 2 can 19c 19c 19c 29c OMJaiAiom£ F»»«r STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE si " MADE THE MODERN "WOTTZW" WAy WITH B Pkg. PEANUT BUTTER -- c SHREDDED WHEAT Snowbuddy Sealed Fresh MARSHMALLOWS SHOE CLEANER GOLD DUST . SILVER DUST . COFFEE Good PACKAGE SLOVEN Cheer rAWnY C a n t e r b u r y WMnUI Toffee . . . Deliciously flavored with fine macaroon, cocoanut and rum flavor 1 a r 25c 23c 16 oz - 16c ' pkg. ' V*v 4 m . ·» Q bottle I Wt larse 16c pkg. · *»» pks- I5c 1 Ib. | C pkg. · ·/ V . " 19c HORSE SHOE GROCERY 219 North Federal Phone 209 THOMPSON-DEAN CO. 121 North Federal Phone 217 CARL GRUPP 1S39 North Federal Phone 430 SNYDER'S RITE-WAY 816 South Federal Phone 1800 WILLSON GROCERY 404 Fifteenth St. N. W. Phone 341 A. W. KITTO 402 Seventh St. S. E. Phono 751 BARRETT BROS. CO. 20 Second St. N. E. Phone 43 W. S. LAWRENCE 402 Twelfth St. N. W. Phone 2137 S. P. SHAPIRO S2S N. Pennsylvania Phone 2187 CHICAGO MEAT GROCERY 626 S, Jackson Phone 89S At Veterans' Keuuioii. KANAWHA -- Victor Blomsjren spent Tuesday in Fort Dodge where he attended the Spanish war veterans reunion at the Charles Brown camp. This was the thirty.eighth re- Home Fjrom Hospital. COULTER--Henrv Brown who froze his feet doing county road work last winter, developed a foot infection and was operated on at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton. He was returned home to convalesce. Mrs. Hern Hostess. SVVALKDALE--The M. K. eir- cle met at the home of Mrs. Don Henn Thursday afternoon. Those assisting were Mcsdamcs K. P. 1ns- erham, William Fesser, George Ks- 1 let him talk himself. OUT 111 admil lhat lh« coffees I had been using were very unsatisfactory. And I didn't blame my husband for complaining. I finally served him some coffee ihai he really liked, but when I told him what kind it was, he practically hit the ceiling. You see, it was Hills Bros. Coffee and he argued we couldn't afford it...even though he was crazy about it Well, I let him talk himself out about economizing and then I smd/'Listen. Jack, if you will go down to the grocery store you'll Had that the price of Hills Bros. Coffee is practically the same as those other brands we've been using." His answer was just like a man's. "Why didn't you find that out before? Let me have another cup of that Hills Bros, Coffeel" Sforewide POTATOES, Good Ones, peck. . . . 20c THE. WORLD'S FINEST TEA BLACK, '/2 p o u n d . . . . - , !/z Ib. Green 27c 42c COCOA, 3-lb. pkg. CHERRIES, Mm n No. 10 Can l$jC FREE -- Mother Randall's ANGEL CAKE SET With 49 Pounds of OMAR WONDER FLOUR . .. RINSO -- Washing «« _ Powder, 25c size 6lJ Visit Our BARGAIN BASEMENT for SPECIAL SAVINGS SPRING SUITS and TOPCOATS Ar Special Prices Get- Our Prices Before Buying ORANGES, Dozen 2 Dozen 28c 6 MATCHES--5c Size Boxes. COLBY CREAM CHEESE, Ib SUGAR, 10-lb. bag. ONION SETS Yellow, White or Red, Ib FLOUR -- Jersey Cream 49-lb. Sack Kellogg's WHEAT KRISPIES $ Worth of GROCERIES To Be Given Away ABSOLUTELY Ask Our Clerks for Details We Pay Above Market Price for EGGS- Cash or Trade CRACKERS, 2-pound box. PRESERVES, 28 oz. jar. PEAS -- Early June *)l Cans Sj BUTTER, Fresh Creamery, Ib. SOAP -- Swift's Quick Naptha -- 25c Value S IOl f TOBACCO -- Prince Albert, 15c size. . . KELLOGG'S RICE KRISPIES A REAL SALE PRICE 215 S. Federal Ave. Open Till 8:30 P. M. Phone 434 Tit *^!S^ I Sterling Groceries* and Meat Markets * No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY Right to Limit We Deliver $1.00 Orders YOU WILL LIKE OUR MEATS AND ROASTS Sirloin Steak, Ib 20c Round Steak, Ib.. ... ., 23e Ring Bologna, Ib 18c Sliced Minced Ham, Ib. 20c Decker's Sliced Bacon, pound 35c Decker's Cooked Meat Loaf, Ib 25c Beef Short Ribs, Ib.. . . lOc Beef Chuck Roast, Ib. 16c Baby Beef Liver, Ib.. . 20c Beef Rump Roast, Ib. )6c De Sofro Toilet Paper, 8 rolls . 25c Bananas, Fancy, 4 Ibs. Peas, Fresh, Ib Grapefruit, large, 6 for Florida Oranges, dozen New Cabbage, Ib Carrots, Green Top. . . . STRAWBERRIES -CAULIFLOWER -- 25c Asparagus, 2 bunches 15c lOc Radishes, 3 bunches.., lOc 29c Oranges, dozen. ....... 29c 35c Winesap Apples, 5 Ibs. 25c 4c Sweet Potatoes, 4 Ibs. 25c 5c Green Onions, bunch. . . 5c PINEAPPLES -- CUCUMBERS PEPPERS -- NEW POTATOES Pink Salmon, Tali Cans lOc Diced Beets, can. ... lOc Diced Carrots, c a n . . . lOc Peas Carrots, can. . 20c Fish Tenderloins, can lOc Golden Corn, can. . . . 15c Farm House Peas, can lOc Hominy, can lOc Salad Vegetables, can 15c Yacht Club Cut Green Beans, 2 cans 25c Oxydol, Large Pkg 19c Vacuum Corn, can. . 1 5c Grapefruit Juice, can . . lOc Sweet Peas, can 19c Peaches, 2Vz can 23c Grape Juice, pints. . . . 22c Yacht Club Tuna, can 17c Grapefruit, can 19c Strawberry Preserves, jar . - . 25c Gelatine, pkg 5c Fruit Salad, can 19c L C. Baking Powder, large can 15c THE C5TY COUNCIL The city council has kindly given me the opportunity to make a speech before the council Monday morning, May 4. Speech -- Traffic -- Tagging Cars I would like a lot of businessmen and jobbers to be present and hear the talk. For the benefit of the ones that can't be there, I will ask the Globe-Gazette to kindly print the speech. FOR SALE: THE STERLING BUILDING LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. 1 I B THE TABERNACLE SOCIETY MAY DINNER 1 ST. JOSEPH'S HALL SUNDAY, MAY 2--12 O'CLOCK 1 Tomatoes, can lOc Macaroni, pkg. 5c Peas, No. 2 cans, 3 for 25c Spaghetti, pkg. . 5c Purity Milk, Tall, 4 for 29c Libby's Kraut, 2'/2 can lOc § Pineapple, large 2Vi I can 21c I Golden Corn, can .... 1 Oc 1 Van Camp's Pork and Beans .,, 5c Puffets, pkg... ... 15c Matches, large boxes, 6 for . 15c Lipton's Green Tea, pkg 35c Miller's Corn Flakes. . . lOc Brooms, Extra Good . . 49c Dod Food, 3 cans. . . . 25c I Vinegar, bottle lOc White Shoe Polish, bottle lOc Monarch Breakfast § Coffee, Ib , 19c I Mop Sticks lOc I Meadow Sweet Peas.., 15c I Ketchup, large, 2 for. . 25c I ! P. G. Soap, med. bars, 1 0 for 29c Mother Hubbard Flou National Seal Flour, ' Early Ohio Seed Potah Seeds, Bermuda Sets, Plants, Hubbard 0. K. S r, 49 Ibs $2.19 $9 Ibs $1.69 3es, 100 Ibs.. . . $1.69 Onion Sets, Cabbage 's Chick Starter, tarter. § FOLGER'S «Q | FOLGER'S £ £ _ | COFFEE, Ib. c a n . . . ^3?C § COFFEE, 2 Ibs §©C | MR. FARMER: -- BRING US YOUR EGGS -- CASH OR i T R A D E -- ANY OF THE 4 STORES. 1 P

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