Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 30, 1936 · Page 20
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1936
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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 30 1936 Increase 10 Per Cent. ,, NEW HAMPTON--Telephone installation In New Hampton, Fredericksburg and Ionia increased 10 per cent during the past 'year according to Mrs. K. H. Rustan, manager of the Iowa State Telephone company here. Tittle Bros. PACKING COMPANY, Inc. 105 South Federal Ave. Phone 693 ACROSS FROM MONTGOMERY WARD'S FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL You Can Shop With Confidence of Quality at Tittle Bros. Fancy Home- Dressed Young Hens 2dc b Any Weight You Like Fancy Quality Rolled Rib or Rump Roast 22c b Choice Center Cuts Chuck Roast ISc ,,,. FRESH PIKE FISH, pound . . 15c PICKEREL Lb IlC HALIBUT STEAK RED SALMON, Ib.. . 25c GENUINE LAMB Shoulder Roast, Ib 16c YOUNG PIG PORK SHOULDER ROAST, 4 A _ Picnic Style, Ib.... JOV Good Cuts BEEF POT i m _ ROAST, Ib.... lijV Sugar Cured Sliced BREAKFAST BACON, Ib Sugar Cured Smoked PICNICS, Light Weight, Ib Milk Fed Quality VEAL ROAST, | « pound AOV 18C PAZOUR URGES HIGH MAN WINS Proposes Plan for Keeping G. 0. P. Forces Together in Convention. MARION. (.!')--Map'or John Pa- four of Marion Wednesday proposed a high - man - wins "gentleman's agreement" to his five rivals for the republican nomination for state railroad commissioner. The party nomination would, under the proposed compact, go to the high man in the event none of the six received the required 35 per cent of the total vote necessary to nominate in the June primaries. Mayor Pazour wrote to the other candidates. L. H. Childs, Fort Madison; L. W. Evans, Lake City; leorge L. McCaugban, Ankeny; John H. Cruickshank, Sioux City; and Harry C. Paulson, Clinton. Want G. O. T. Victory. "Every one of us wants this nomination," he wrote. "But after all is said and done, we want to have the man who gets the republican nom- nation win out at the general elec- 'ion." "I come to you, therefore, with a plan that will almost insure that, if you will accept it. Pazour proposed that the candidate who gets the most votes in the primary will have the backing of ihe other five if the contest goes to convention. This would avoid a convention fight which might militate PICGIY WICCIY Cash For Eggs $2.00 ,2±d FREE Phone 1591 Turn to Quality and Economy White Prince Flour $1.49 241/2 Pound Bag 79c ~~ Japan Tea Armour's Milk Tall Cans 25c 29c Folger's Coffee 2 Ib. Ibs. Castle Brand 56c Gerber's Libby's Baby Food Tomato Juice i J Cans .._.,... 2$C 2 Cans 2 'Baker's Premium Chocolate / Pound N. B. C. Ritz Pound Pkg. , 23C Colored Sawyer's Fig Bars Pound Can . Calumet Baking Powder 20c Ginger Snaps Candy Corn 2 tot 25c ?_- Gladbrook Mustard Pound 15c ' Jumbo Wheat Puffs Big Cello ft- Package -- . . - v . . 3rC UPTON'S TEA Liblj y' s Pound 39c 1/2 Pound 23c Potted Neat .Purity Brand Beanut Butter Peaberry Coffee Pound . . . / ISC 3 Lbs. 51 c Peacock Beverages Del Monte ' 1/4 Sire Cons Assorted Flavors 9c Fruit Cocktail 3iX : .. ^ -- Plus Deposit on Bottles No. 1 Can. 15C Swiff's Sunbrite Fresh O.K. Laundry Soap SB-,... WC Salted Peanuts pound . . . : I2C Whole Jumbo, Ib. 15c Powdered or Brown Washes Everything Large Oxydol 19c Waldorf Toilet Tissue Pounds Rolls 25c Gold Medal "Kitchen Tested" Flour Betty Crocker's Recipe in Every Sack »$199 24*/i lb s.$i 10 £0. b sS9c 5«»30c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Fancy Pounds 25c Fancy Head Lettuce Good Site, Head Fancy Snowball Large Head California Navel Oranges Dozen -6? Fancy Radishes 2 Large Bunches New Carrots Large Bunch. 5c against republican spccess in November. Would Support Other. "I'll go on record, if I don't get the high vote, I'll swing all of my support to the man who does," Pazour said. "I'll go further--I'll do all I can to put him over in the fall election because I want to see the republicans go back in. "If we are going to win, we are ail going to have to work together. Please think this over and let me know how you feel about the plan." ·Joe Billow Buried. DECORAH -- Funeral services were held Wednesday for Joe Billow, 58, who died Monday following an attack of pneumonia. The services were held at St. Benedict's Catholic .church, the Rev. Father Maurice Nolan officiating-. · ' 250 Are Expected at Convention of C.E. to Be Held at Davenport DAVENPORT. (.·!')--About 250 delegates are expected to, attend the fourteenth Iowa district 'convention of the Christian Endeavor society which will be held here May 1 to 3. Dr. William H. Phclps of DCS Moines, state Christian Endeavor Union adviser, will ,have charge of quiet hours during the convention. The Rev. Lawrence Bash, field secretary, will 'direct the Communion Sunrise service Sunday morning and a program honoring birthday club members. Dr. David I. Berger of Muscatine will give the opening address Friday evening on the subject, "We THRAVES 401 North Federal Ave. -- Free Delivery -- Phone 668 SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY When you see Thraves Food Market truck at your Neighbor's door, it is a safe bet they are buying the best Meat and Groceries. Phone us your next order. BEEF ROAST, Young, Tender, Ib. BACON, Sliced, 1-lb. package. . . 25c LAMB SHOULDER ROAST, Ib 19c Pork Loin ROAST, End Cuts, Ib 19c VEAL ROAST, Milk Fed, Ib.. . ISc PLENTY HOME- RENDERED LARD Libby's Dill Pickles, qt. 28c Grape Jam, large jar. . 23c Apple Butter, large jar 15c Tomatoes, 3 c a n s . . . . 25c Corn, per can 9c Jack Sprat Peas, 2 cons 33c Libby's Sauerkraut Juice, 2 cans 19c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 pkgs 13c Campbell's Tomato Juice, 2 cans 17c Daisy Peas, 3 cans. . 25c Mother's Cocoa, 2 Ibs. I5c Protex Soap, 3 bars. . 17c Nola Toilet Soap, 3 bars 14c Shredded Wheat, 2 pkgs 23c Heinz Baked Beans, 2 cans 21c Bokay Coffee, Ib 19c Onion Sets, 7 Ibs 23c Sweet and Juicy California Oranges, doz. 22c UPTONS TEA inest Qualit .TM ~4$c Ib. Green .................. 29c Complete Line F r e s h Fruits and Vegelables-r- Sfrawberries -- Call us; Spinach, carrots, radishes, onions, asparagus, rhubarb, celery, leaf lettuce. FREE SILVERWARE Packed with HASH'S Toasted COFFEE A Knife with 4 Mb. jars, per Ib. A Spoon attached * each 2-lb. jar, ^ IT'S ECONOMY TO TRADE AT CARL GRUPP'S QUALITY FOOD MARKET Phone 420 1339 North Federal SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Lean Beef PdT ROAST, Ib. Lean Pork Shoulder ROAST, Ib Veal Breast POCKET, Ib.... . 20c Choice Beef Chuck ROAST, Ib Veal Shoulder ROAST, Ib.. ISc Loin Back RIBS, Ib. 17c CANDY BARS 3 for IOC NUT MEATS Pound 49C UPTON'S THE WORLD'S FINESI TEA 7 /4 Ib. .1/2 IB. Green Black 15c 23c GUM DROPS Pound IOC NEW PEAS Pound IOC Sliced BACON, Ib.. 29c Pork · SAUSAGE, Ifa. 16c Softasilk CAKE FLOUR Pkg... 26c Loin Strip CUBE STEAK. Ib. Ground Beef ' HAMBURGER, Ib. 16c Gold Medal BISQU1CK 29c Young and Tender JUMBO GREEN PEAS 25c Value Cans. 39c NASH'S COFFEE FREE SILVERWARE PRICE pound Choose Christ." Other speakers will include the Rev. C. K. Gillum, Davenport; the Rev. W. H. Upton and the Rev. L. P. Penningrotb. of Davenport. District officers include Floyd Scott, Muscatine, president; Bud Bdens, Davenport, vice president; Juanita Cochranc, Muscatine, secretary; Leroy Schoenig, Clinton, treasurer. Will Meet in Chester. LIME SPRINGS--Supt. and Mrs. A. A. Hendrickson and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Beghtol will attend a banquet of the Schoolmaster's club at Chester Thursday evening, April 30. Mitchell Schoolmasters Hear Bennett of Fayette MITCHELL--The Schoolmasters' organization of teachers of Mitchell county held a regular meeting Tuesday evening in the school auditorium. Dr. A. E. Bennett, president of Upper Iowa university at Fayette, was the speaker of the evening. A 6:30 dinner was served by the Ladies Aid society of the Community church. It is" possible to forgive a neighbor everything except the injury that gives you a guilty conscience. --Lincoln Star. "SUMS The preferred TEA * Product of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY EARL MAY'S MAY DAY SPECIALS May is the month to plant Roses, Ornamental Shrubs, Shade Trees, and Evergreens. Earl May is making these May-time Specials for you. ROSES Still a few hundred of these Choice Climbers available AT THIS SPECIAL PRICE lOc ea.,-- 3 f or 29c AH Choice Varieties, such as the following: Climbing American Beauty Seven Sister, Pink Pink Dorothy Perkins Crimson Rambler Gardenia, Yellow White Dorothy Perkins Silver Moon--White Heart of Gold, Red-Yellow All very hardy, outdoor nursery grown. Will live and bloortr a life-time with proper attention. My Bargain Everblooming Rose Offer 98c You Folks Liked this one--So Here it is again 6 Everblooming Hybrid Tea Roses-and ALL 2 Spirea Van Houtte FOR ^ _ Wrapped in one bundle. Here are the choice varieties that will give you gorgeous blooms this year. 1 TALISMAN, yellow, red and orange 1 MARGARET McGREDY, red and gold 1 GRUSS AN TEPLITZ, fiery red 1 SUNBURST, yellow and orange 1 LADY HILUNGDON, orange yellow 1 PINK RADIANCE, rose pink --and then 3 SPIREA VAN HOUTTE, 1 ft. size (Beautiful while flowers) ALL FOR 98c Ornamental Flowering Shrubs Here are three grand specials for you. All hardy, outdoor nursery grown. All priced at Only ISc each; 2 for 2§e WEIGELA EVA KATHKE, the fiery red flowering- variety. ] i/ 2 to ?. ft. si/.e. HYDRANGEA P. G., the large flowered, August blooming variety. Z to 3 ft. size. SNOWBALL, has the big white flowers in June. 2 to 3 ft. size. LAWN GRASS It's easy to.have a. good lawn by sowing; my famous Maypark Lawn Grass Mixture; rich in Kentucky Blue Grass and White Dutch Clover, with other quick-growing grasses to insure a quick velvety lawn. Maypark is vigorous growing and drought-resisting. 1 Ib. ONLY 25c; 3 Ibs. 70c; 5 Ibs. $1.10. KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS--1 Ib. 25c; 3 Ibs. 70c; 5 Ibs. $1.10. WHITE DUTCH CLOVER--1 Ib. 45c; 3 Ibs. $1.25; 5 Ibs. $2.00. All heavy and clean seed. 5 COMBINATION OFFER Ibs. of my MAYPARK LAWN SEED and bag of fertilizer, ONLY This is enough seed and quick-acting fertilizer for 1000 square feet of lawn. Complete directions included. PLUMS «0 C EACH Here are, the famous Hybrids crossed with thp Luther Burbank Apple and Apricot Plums of China and other outstanding varieties. All hardy. You should plant at least two different varieties for proper fruiting. Opata -- purple; Sapa -- purple; Waneta -- large red; Hanska -purplish red, apricot flavor; Omaha -- large, red native. All of these will bear the second year after planting, Large, 5 to 6 foot trees Tune in to my Farm and Gardening Program, KMA--10:00 A. M.; 12:30 P. M., and 7:30 P. M Daily WHO, 13:30--12:45 P. M. Daily. Earl B. May Seed Company EARL E. MAY, President Phone 756 Mason City Store 211 N. Federal Ave. its k M

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