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May 10, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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TWENTT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 10 1934 Farm House Leads Ames Fraternities on Scholastic Roll AMES, May 10. Off)--Farm House, social fraternity at Iowa State college, today stood at the head of the college scholastic honor roll, topping the list for organized houses with a rating of 2.783 "qualit; points." Delta Zeta sorority was in secon place with a rating only .152 point below Farm House. Figures released by the registra show that non-fraternity men am women scholastlcally outranke* "Greek" wen and women here las quarter. Non-fraternity men aver aged 2.256 quality points; fraternitj men, 2.065; non-sorority women, 2.302; and sorority women, 2.316. NATIONAL FRUIT CO. PHONE 824 101 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. FREE DELIVERY Fresh STRAWBERRIES (Arkansas) j C^ quart boxes..... 1«)C GRAPEFRUIT Arizona Seedless, Sfor Fresh CUCUMBERS, each CAMAY SOAP, bar CHIPSO, large pkg. 5c iSc Folger's COFFEE, £f Ib. 32c; 2-lb. can 01C Red Pitied CHERRIES, No. 10 can Monarch CATSUP, 1C 14-oz. bottle IDC MONARCH j- GELATINE, pkg... DC GREEN STRINGLESS BEANS, OC 3 No. 2 cans DC Complete Line Fresh Vegetables Mrs. Barclay's Home Baking Potatoes, Round Russets U. S. No. 1 grade, (ft Pk. 25c; 100Ibs.«Pl. ORANGES (Size 176's) sweet and juic3', dozen... ASPARAGUS -- H o m e Grown, lOc bunch or S large bunchesi PALMOLIVE SOAP, bar . RINSO, large pkg.... Monarch COFFEE, Ct\Lb. 25c; 3-Ib. boxOjC Kellogg's Whole Wheat FLAKES, 3 large pkgs. MONARCH RED RASPBERRIES, 3 No. 2 cans MONARCH PEAS, No. 2 can C. SPRING CORN, 3 No. 2 cans r DC -I A 1 *J v. 15c UNITED FRUIT CO. 33 EAST STATE ST. FBEE DELIVERY PHONE 719 Cresco Group Taken to Ames to Compete in Judging Contes CRESCO, May 10.--Harry R Schroder, instructor in vocationa agriculture at the high school, ac companied a group of boys of hi class Thursday to Ames to partici pate in the state judging contest. The teams made up from the Cresco school are as follows: Graii judging and management, Donald Nichols, Elmer Eddy and Gareth Vagts. Farm management, Harold Hanneman, Nevin joimson and Harold Biel. Livestock judging and management, Harold Nichols, Robert Vagts, Clarence Heide. is what a woman asks for when buying salt in Holland. Here in America, 2/3 of all women ask for Morton's because-WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS Grocery Specials Friday--Saturday--Monday VANILLA, 1C Large Bottle I O C EGGS-- Fresh from the 1 C _ Country, per dozen. ... . IDC Rai^l lAk^^iRl ·^^^^··B^^^ ·; NyVTJwty// J ^^·p^^^^^^p ^E^s^gggX | W rfTMTT'Ki^-- "" J FtOHKess-ri ·MV...SUT ^·/^ ,. ^3L Money ^jL^S^JB Back ^||||p Guarantee! ^^^^ 49 ' $1.79 pounds A Makes More Loaves and Better Bread PALMOLTVE SOAP, r Per Bar «*C FKEE -- Book of Baseball Rules with Box of i A PEP for lUC JERSEY CREAM FLOUR 49-lb. " 6"l A(\ sack .....$1.49 P. and G. SOAP, 1O,- 3 Ban '. I t f C Demonstration Saturday of Sunshine Clover Leaf Sugar Wafers. On sale, ..... O Q _ pound LiyC Come in for a sample. ROYAL GOLD BANTAM CORN, I A No. 3 can....;.... ; .. 1UC 3 Cans 25c QUART JAR 1Q DILL PICKLES... 1"C PEACHES. No. 2'/ 2 -1 f Can, in heavy syrup... JL3C RASINS, Seedless, OO- 4 pounds Mil C BEER PER CASE OF C9 1 C 34 BOTTLES JpZ.lD PER -.ft BOTTLE . . 1UC QUART. or- BOTTLE i3C 2 FOR 45c 6 PINT BOTTLES /JQ \VITH BAG DyC SALT ' A A n 50-pound block "JUC ORANGES, Large 00,. Extra Fancy, dozen.... J w C Smaller Size, no dozen ^)C CELERY, -I i\ Fancy, Stalk 1UC SPECIAL COFFEE SALE Tone's Old Golden, Nash, Hills, Butternut, Folger's, o *) Vac Can, Ib OtiC GRAPEFRUIT, nn 6 for LVC COFFEE HOUSE COFFEE Vacuum Pack, n j* Per pound *iDC CHERRIES, t n No. 10 can 4 J C SODA CRACKERS, -I Q GINGERALE, ·( (· Large bottle 13C PURE BRAN,. dl OA 100 pounds .. v - L * M U MIDDLINGS, *i n A 100 pounds V l«fci V SUGAR, r i 10 pounds . D A C BEET SUGAR, A · QM 100 pounds «prr.»/rt MOTOR OIL Buy your oil now and save Light, Medium, Heavy it ^ifW 5 GALLON. 5-lb. package Clean OQ QUICK SOAP CHIPS. . £3C FIG BARS, | A pound 1UC UPTON'S TEA, i/ 2 Ib. Q C with We pkg FREE!. »JDC We Carry a Complete Line of All Garden Seeds, Onion Sets and Seed Potatoes WE PAY ABOVE MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS-- CASH OR TRADE MACARONI or or SPAGHETTI, 5 pkgs.. . . £DC WATER SET, beautiful- J Q pitcher and 6 glasses... ^«»»C SPECIAL SALE OF PAINTS, VARNISH AND ENAMELS GET OUR PRICE BEFORE BUYING! Visit our Clothing Department -where you will find a large assortment of Summer Odd Trousers at extremely low prices DO YOUR SHOPPING AT SAM'S AND SAVE MONEY SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 S. FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 434 Open Daily Till 8:30 P. M. Saturday Tillll P. M. MAKE PLANS FOR WAREHOUSE CORN Government Not Ready Yet to Issue Statement, Says Bradley. DES MOINES, May 10. (/P)--William S. Bradley, chief of the corn loan section of the AAA, said here today that the administration to date , has no definite statement to make regarding- plans to handle 'arm-warehoused corn but that the jovernment has plans under consld- jration. The corn loan chief declared, how- ever, that corn now under seal on Iowa farms will be left on farms, and "in no event is it planned to remove this corn from the farm and throw it on the market." Bradley is here to confer ,with corn loan officials and members of the state corn-hog committee. No plan on sealed corn can be made, Bradley said, until prospects for a crop this year are determined. He said consideration is being given the following: Effects of drought and acreage reduction on corn yield; feeding needs in the corn belt states until the 1934 crop is available; acreage and livestock needs for 1935; and the prospect of the corn rising above the loan price of 45 cents a bushel. KROPMAN GROCERY 19 Ninth Street Jf. E. We Deliver HOME OWNED STORE OF QUALITY FOODS Friday and Saturday Specials PEANUT BUTTER, Monarch, 1 Ib. 8 oz. jar 23c BUTTER, 1 Ib. (Swift's or Kenyon's) ............... 26c SUGAR, 10 Ibs ........................... .................................................. 50c MONARCH'S FOOD SALE No. 2 can RED RASPBERRIES, reg. 25c size, now ...................................................................................... 20c No. 2 can APRICOTS ............................. -- ......... ~.~ ....... 20c No. 2 can FRUIT COCKTAIL ................ ________________ 20c GOOSEBERRIES, in thick syrup .............................. 20c No. 2 1/ 2 can PRUNES, in thick syrup ................. 20c PICKLES, whole or mixed, and relish, per jar 15c CHOW MEIN NOODLES, per can ........................ 14c PUFFED WHEAT, 3 pkgs ............................................. 29c TUNA FISH, 2 cans ........................ ............................ - ........... 29c SARDINES, in oil, 6 cans .......... _____________ ................. 29c CRACKERS, 2 Ib. c'addy ......................... 19c PRUNES, 3 Ibs ......................................................... . .................. 25c MR. FARMER: We are paying: loc a dozen in trade for eggs. 'SALADA TEA' Delicious Iced Brown Label Black Green Label Japan AMERICA'S BEST SELLER 31o "Vitamin D" Bread Looks the same,.. Tastes the same,.. Smells the same... But one essential element makes it amazingly better |MOTHERS! LOOK at a loaf m of "Vitamin D" Bread . . . rich, golden orust, even texture, creamy white slices. TASTE it ... um-m, it's good! S M E L L its fresh, wholesome aroma . But there is one thing you can't see, or taste or smeiJ. Yet it's there! That's "Vitamin D"--the natural vitamin of cod liver oil--the vitamin without which your children ' cannot develop sturdy bones, straight legs, nicely-shaped heads and chests, and sound teeth. "Vitamin D" is lacking in everyday foods--that's why growing children are' given cod liver oil. Now every loaf of our "VITAMIN D" BREAD contains the "Vitamin D" equivalent of two teaspoonsful of standard cod liver oil--the tasteless odorless, vital element, without the oil itself. The "Vitamin D"' incorporated in "VITAMIN D" BREAD is extracted directly from cod liver oil by a process developed by Dr. Zucker of Columbia University. No other bread in this community contains the natural "Vitamin D" of cod liver oil, as we are exclusive licensees of this process in this territory. Buy "VITAMIN D" BREAD and enjoy the gratifying knowledge that no other daily food can supply your family with a more adequate and pleasant source of "Vitamic D". On sale everywhere. PFAFF BAKING CO. l. 1933 Xnl'l Oil Pro. lo. Spectacular Blaze Destroys Railway Station in Chicago CHICAGO, May 10. (IF)--A spectacular fire destroyed the wooden station of the Chicago, South Shore and South Bend railway at Randolph street today. One fireman was injured in fighting the flames which rose to great heights as the dry wood of the old two-story structure, which houses some of the offices of the South Shore line as well as those of the Illinois Central suburban service burned. Aaberg Will Speak at Keokuk Saturday DES MOINES, May 10. OP)--Assistant Secretary of Agriculture H. A. Aaberg will address the Keokuk Junior Chamber of Commerce Saturday on the farmer's economic welfare. The final test of Breeding is to have a limousine income without truck manners.--Wisconsin State; Journal. PNGNE 217 ifRVIff CMCERS Cf PHONE 219 The retailing: of foodstuffs is our business and to this one industry we devote our entire efforts. We know, we can please you on quality and We arc equally confident that you wi service arid appreciate the manner in which your orders are handled. equally confident that you will like our _ . . . :s are handled. We solicit your 30 day accounts and feel confident we can please you. FOR MOTHER'S DAY Colonial or Peggy Page Chocolates Pound 39c; 3 pounds for 98c Remember Mother with Candy MEAT DEPARTMENT ROASTS (fancy chuck) Ib. 12'/ 2 c-15c ROASTS, rolled rib, Ib 20c Decker's Franks 23c Imported Style VEAL STEAK, Ib : 20c HENS - DILL PICKLES - BROILERS Folgers COFFEE, 2 Ib. can 63c Valuable Coupon with Each Purchase Batavia COFFEE, Ib 32c MAZOLA, qts 25c SUGAR, 10 Ibs 51c Crackers (all crisp) 2 Ibs. 19c Clapps Baby Food, 2 for 25c ORANGES F ^ c ,r doz. 38c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES STRAWBERRIES - STRAWBERRIES A \Vfiftjf To the Wise · · · we are *^ ^* "* t* now gelling; and cutting young corn fed Beef in our Market. Something extra fine in steaks and roasts. Let a trial con- STOP SHOP vince you. A cool, clean place to shop. FOOD MARKET LG«A* IGA BUTTER Fresh Churned Daily 26 Hershey's ·· ···» COCOA lilb.cansl / c 18-K Fancy Red ^^ g-g Salmon 211b.can$35 c All These Specials for Fri. and Sat. ugar BULK-- BEET QUALITY MEATS -- FRESH VEGETABLES TENDER AND TASTY ^ -^ Sirloin Steak Ib.l9 FIRM YOUNG BEEF ,* -^ Pot Roast Ib. I tl A REAL TREAT Round Steak Ib. END CUT Pork Loin Roast RIB Boiling Beef DECKER'S SPICED Luncheon Loaf Ib. IGA O A T S 2 Lge. pkgs. -- ^ Ib. 1 2* c Ib. 2 quarts for Strawberries ^^c CALIF. WHITE 6 Ibs. for New Potatoes Fresh, 3 pounds Green Peas J^c 45 JUMBO SIZE Cantaloupes 25 Home Grown L'S" 15 2 Ige. bunches ^ «p Leaf Lettuce 15 Carol Salad IGA Baking Dressing Chocolate Quart jar 19 Special Combination Offer! Large No. 10 Size Can Fruit! Only (1) One Deal to a Customer! Red Sour Pitted Sliced or Halves Cherries Peaches Pears Prunes Figures only 39c per can All for 2 '/2-lb. Cakes "CAROL" Macaroni Spaghetti Noodles JELLO 25 8 -° 2 - All Flavors package Blue Barrel, 5 Ib. pkg. Soap Flakes FREE DELIVERY OF §1.00 OR LESS PHONE 2727 SALADA TEA ': Lb. Broivn Label Black 1 2 Lb. Green Label Jnpan IJelieious Iccsl AAIEUICA'S LARGEST SELLER

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