The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 25, 1937 · Page 21
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1937
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SEEKS TO CUT FATALITY TOLL ^Woodbury Safety Council Plans Pedestrian Program. SIOUX CITY--A united frontal attack on pedestrian accidents is being planned by the Woodbury County Safety council, prompted by the fact that all eight ot the iatalities here last year and the only one this-year thus far in-- volved pedestrians. The local- safety organization is headed by O. F. McNulty, Sioux City businessman. Other officers include F.' E; Vogel, Sioux City, first vice president; A. F. Hendee, MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 25 · 1937 Sloan, second vice president; A.' W. Metcalf, Mov'iUe, third vice president; Harold Murphy 6£ Sioux City, treasurer, and-Mrs. Charles Hendershot, Sioux City, secretary. ·· ··"· "The principal speaker at the annual meeting, following a dinner at the West hotel, was W. Earl Hall of Mason City, president o£ the Iowa Safety council. Mr. Hall declared that without exception there has been a satisfactory reduction in accidents wherever an aggressive program has been put through by local councils. Judge Bernard B r o w n had charge o£ the meeting. His appointment to succeed Herman Koch of Sioux City as ninth district member of the board of directors of the state safety council has been annouhced'by President Hall. Talking pictures showing how Evanston, 111., and other Ameri- can communities have solved their accident p r o b l e m were shown by L. H. Sandschulte o£ LeMars,- field representative o£ the state safety council. Phil H. Sproul of DBS Moines, executive secretary, was also present. Man Sought on 50 Warrants Arrested DES MOINES, (IP) -- S h e i- i f f Charles E. Keeling announced the arrest of L. F. Edwards, who, officials said, is wanted,on at least 50 warrants for various charges, chiefly check forgery, in Iowa' communities. So many counties and cities want Edwards, Sheriff Keeling said, that he is holding Edwards until the officials decide which city or county shall receive the prisoner. FOOD COLORS Jack Sprat Vz oz. , . dropper bottle 10 PRICES FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY MARCH 26-27 POTATOES Colorado Fancy Rural peck 54 CALUMET BAKING POWDER 16 oz. can 19 *£ Wfc V^Lvaitdsxf^ss. 1 "'* JACK SPRAT POWDERED SUGAR With Vegetable Color Tablets* 2 Ib. 19 jack Sprat KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES a deliciou 2 8-oz. Ask How You Can Win a Pedigreed Puppy With PABST-ETT . · 4 . . . . . . J.SSIS 18c Perfect lor sandwiches, salads and cooked dishes ol all kinds MARSHM ALLOWS *--"«* . . ^T, c \$ c ICE CREAM POWDER s JP8 S. . CHOCOLATE PUDDING £S. OLIVES OLIVES ^Ss" ' Jack Sprat Select Ounce *lr\-« Joltle ZVC Ounce Bottle 29c P R C C C D V E C Jack- Sprat r l V C j t r v V C O Assorted Flavors. CORN FLAKES *«"««·«. ALL-BRAN Kcllo «'. ., J,r -21 C '16 ' O u n c e · · · Jar . . . AS.7i 23 c a Ji-Onnce ^ir_ . . rackets ^!7C MACARONI and CHEESE '"^Sf" ^r lOc PORK and BEANS S. . . . tlS SS, lOc CORN Jlc s K u Bs r l . . . . . . . . ' . . , NC V I5c DATE PUDDING ^SSl?." ^.n l lOc FRUIT COCKTAIL' £* t . . . . N c ^ l 8 c CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRIES Tile ORANGES s ^if . . . . . . Med r}r.n SI " 34 C GRAPEFRUIT ,TSSS. . . . ^ten 5 '" 39c ' Ask For Your Easter Ham at Jack Sprat Food Stores Chocolalc Cream COFFEE I Pound Vacuum j ar Good Cheer COFFEE SS n « 18c Mayflower COCOA 'p^SSf 19c Mayflower Baking MOLASSES ^C.n" 1 5C Jack Sprat Shred COCOANUT 4 Ounce /% Jack Sprat FLOUR Every ba^ guaranteed J» round f^ /\n sack ;J)Z.U9 A. W. KITTO 402 Seventh. St. S. E. . Phone 754 BARRETT BROS. CO. 80 Second SL'N. E. Phone 43 W. S. LAWRENCE 402 Twelfth St. N. W. Phono 2137 S. P. SHAPIRO 523 N. Pennsylvania Phone 2187 Chicago Meat Grocery 626 8. Jackson Plione 996 HORSE SHOE GROCERY 219 North Federal Phone 209 THOMPSON-DEAN CO. 121 Nortli Federal Plione 313 G A R L G R U P P 1339 North Federal Phone 420 SNYDER'S RITE-WAY 616 South Federal . Phone 1800 WILLSON GROCERY ,401 Fifteenth St. N. W. Phone 341 WHITE PROBE TO BE NEXT WEEK investigation of Board of Control Member Will Open Wednesday. DES MOINES, (/P)--Investiga- on of the "acts and conduct" of :an-y C. While, state board of ontrol member, will get under ·ay next Wednesday behind losed doors, the senate committee ppointed to conduct the probe, nnounced Wednesday night. Committee members met short- after their appointment by Lieut. Gov. John Valentine and ecided that testimony will be aken in secret. However, Sen. James Gillespie D) of Des -Moines, chairman o£ tie committee, said a transcript of lie testimony will be filed with he secretary of stale "as a matter £ public record" and that the ommittee's recommendations will ie made public at the same time. Members of the committee in ddition to Senator Gillespie are en. E. I. Mason, Brooklyn, who TWENTY-ONE asked the senate to vote the investigation, and Sen. Henry J. Grunewald, Blairstown, democrats; Sen. Stanley Hart, Keokuk, Sen. B. C. Whitehall, Marshalltown, and Sen. Hugh Lundy, Albia, republicans. Sees Curtailment of Research Work IOWA CITY, W--Dean George £. Stoddard declared expiration of a $1,000,000 Spelman Rockefeller memorial foundation grant to the University of I own child welfare research station next year will cause "drastic curtailment" in the station's research work unless legislative appropriations are increased sufficiently to finance the project. It cost $100,000 a year to operate the station, he said. Anderson to Leave » University of Iowa IOWA CITY, (ffl--Dr. Howard R. Anderson, assistant professor of history at the University of Iowa, and head o£ the social sciences department at the university high school, resigned lo accept a post at Cornell university, Ithaca, N. Y. "Farming is the most important industry in Iowa. When farmers are prosperous, all Iowa is prosperous. A P assists Iowa farmers by selling their products throughout the nation. Anti- chain store taxes, such as are being proposed in Iowa, would prevent us from doing our best selling job for Iowa farmers. Special chain store taxes must be added to the retail price of food sold in chain stores. And as all farmers know, increased prices to consumers without increased prices to farmers, means a smaller market for farm products. Anti-chain store taxes deny producers the full advantage of direct distribution." Pre-Easter Values! COUNTRY EGGS, Doz . 20c CREAMERY BUTTER, Ib 37c Jb . lOc Armour's 2 12 Oz. Cans ; 2 9 c Corned BEEF Corned Beef HASH Roast o 12 Oz. BEEF L Cans Vienna o 4 Oz. SAUSAGE k Cans' Veal · ' · · · ' n 7 O z . LOAF L Cans ' BUTTERNUT Coffee 1 lb. o 1 _ 2 lb. r r Can O 1 C Can O D C BOKAR COFFEE Vigorous and Winey 2 Ca^s 45C ffershey's COCOA, ^ lb. f\ 1 lb. i r* Can "C .Can 1«)C Baking CHOCO- -I -I LATE, Vi Ib. Cake I 1C Choe.Almond BAR. D Oz. Bar . .: Milk Choc, n 8 Oz. o C ^Bars Z O C f p I D C BAR JELLYBEANS Bulk COCOANUT Ib. Cake Flour, SWANSDOWN 36 Oz. oo Pkg. £oC Hormel's Mushroom. SOUP ... . 2^:23c 'Country Gentleman DEL MONTE CORN, 'No. 2 Can lOc Unceda Bakers E1TZ Crackers, 1 Ib. Pkg. 21c White House APPLE BUTTER, 38 Oz. Jar . . : . . . . 19c White House APPLE JELLY, 32 Oz. Jar . . .. 21c White House MILK 4 14% Oz. Cans 28c Health Soap LIFEBUOY Calces 17c Scot PAPER TOVVELS Roll lOc Washing Powder, OXYDOI, ... 24 Oz. Pkg. 19c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables BANANAS, 4 pounds 29c POTATOES, Peck ....... JUMBO CELERY, Each 55c 15c 5c FRESH CARROTS, Bunch .. FANCY * n CAULIFLOWER, Each 1"C Tune in A P BANDWAGON, 7 to B P. M. Thursday Radio Special Bokar Coffee, 2 1-lb. cans 45c AP Food Stores At North A 6- P CLIFTON'S At South A P Decker's lowana HANS lb. Half or Whole a Center Cut 2 s[i ces 29c Lean Boneless, Sugar Cured, No Waste HAM Holf or IlArad Whole · · « » Just the Right Size for Your Easter Dinner ib. Long Island Ducklings 25c Canadian Style Ib. BACON . 25c Delicious Roast lb. BEEF . ISc 100% Pure fb LARD . 14c Fancy Pork Ib. LIVER . 9c Fancy Quality Veal lb. ROASTS. l?c STERLING GROCERIES and MEAT MARKETS Right to Limit NO. 1 -- NO. 2 -- NO. 3 -- NO. 4 FRIDAY - SATURDAY We Deliver $1.00 Orders MEAT DEPARTMENT Where the Good Meat Comes From--for Easter! Deckers lowana Hams/ Whole or Half ISc 22c 25c Deckers fowana BACON, 1/2 Ib. . . . PICNICS, Shankless Sugar Cured, Ib. Spring LAMB CHOPS, Ib. . . . . . . Baby Beef LIVER, Ib Sterling Minute STEAK, Ib 20c Canadian Style BACON, Ib SPRING LAMB LEGS, Ib Choice VEAL ROASTS, Ib PORK HEARTS, Ib Sterling HAMBURG, (All Meot) Ib. CHICKENS -- FISH -- OYSTERS Eggs, Strictly Fresh, Direct from the Farmers 40c 25c 17c lOc 15c WHITE or BROWN SWEET POTATOES, 4 Ibs Fresh TURNIPS, 5 Pounds RADISHES, 3 Bunches CARROTS, Bunch CAULIFLOWER, Large Heads NEW POTATOES, ·4 Pounds GRAPEFRUIT, Large, 6 for FRUIT DEPARTMET 29c ..5c 20c 25c 25c Fresh TOMATOES, 2 Ibs. GREEN PEPPERS, each . . . GREEN ONIONS, 3 Bunches NEW CABBAGE, Pound RUTABAGAS, 7 Pounds ORANGES, Large, Dozen APPLES, 4 Pounds Rinso, Ige. pkg. I9c j p;'8 C. Soap Diced BEETS HOMINY, Can SPINACH, Can Telephone PEAS . Yacht Club JELLY MONARCH FINER FOODS lOc 15c ISc I5c lOc Golden Bantam CORN Yacht Club Cut GREEN BEANS,, TOMATO JUICE, 3 for .. SWEET PEAS, Can . . . . . Whole Kernel CORN 15c 15c 25c Stuffed OLIVES, Giant Jar Yacht Club TUNA Wet SHRIMP 20c FISH TENDERLOINS Camay Toilet Soap 5 for I Van Camp's Giant Can 25c I Pork 8 Beans . lOc Literary Digest- Two big issues are now before the American public. The sit-down itrike and the changing of the supreme court. Haw about having the Literary Digest take a poll and tell us how the public stands on these questions? LUKE B. MILLER Soda Crackers 2 Ib. Caddy 15c ··V^^VMHHBH^HBM^PIV Jersey Cream Flour 49 Ib. Bag $1.59 MAKSrlMALLUYYa, Cello pkg., lb Sterling Hard CANDY, 3 Ibs. . . . NUT MEATS, Fresh, Ib. . RICE, Fancy, 4 Ibs MACARONI, 3 Ibs 15c 25c 25c BROOMS, Extra Good Kellogg's ALL-BRAN, 2 for Monarch Breakfast COFFEE, Ib Libby's DILL PICKLES, Jar .. Libby's SWEET PICKLES, Jar 49c 25c 2Jc 17c 25c "·fotts qf S . I FOLGER'S Miracle Whip . J9c i Coffee Ln 29c Libby's APPLE BUTTER, Jar PEANUT BUTTER, Large Jar VINEGAR, Large Bottfe Van Camp's TOMATO SOUP, Can Monarch GELATINE, pkg. . .. POST BRAN, GRAPENUT FLAKES, DISH, all for 25c 5c PUFFETS, Large pkg CHOCOLATE COOKIES, Ib Van Camp's VEGETABLE SOUP, Giant Can 22c lOc ilrelt, lgc.-pkg.. 22c | OxydoL Ige. pkg. 22c Iowa Pancake FLOUR, 5 Ib. pkg Monarch CAKE FLOUR, Large pkg. PEAS, 2 Cons for . . . . . . , . , ' . . SPAGHETTI, Can ··· Standby lOc Monarch FOOD OF WHEAT, Large pkg. .. Monarch WHEAT HEARTS, pkg. SWEET CORN, 2 Cans Libby's KRAUT, 2'/ 2 Can ^V^ Can 19c Tomatoes, 3 Cans 25c I Pineapple ^ ^ ^ · · 1 ^ B* j^ Garden Seeds, Flower Seeds, Pilot Oyster Shells, Stock S a l t Block Salt, Oyster Shells, Chick Feed, Hubbards, O. K. Chick Starter, Concentrate. MR. FARMER? Bring us your EGGS--cash or trade--any of the .MisaraEraRasscrjBccra^^j's^G^b^ E35S3K3ZE£SSt!S£3$S^?i£F^^ :wsw '*** rre * M ^^^'* B *^ r - w **"''' r ^^^«tw^.vcrJir^i::.^iit^- i v 1 -- -\w ^ r v -- 1 JL.LIL i i . i ' i i*«saiS^^ :.;;:.;,.,;..Jv;^I^b^ .:..v...,.:.. " ! i: r

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