The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 25, 1937 · Page 22
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1937
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-{£?*?£·?· ittJa-titeL.n tfisft'teaiaixJ-K TWENTY-TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE; MARCH 25 · 1937 RETURN ADAMS BODY JO IOWA Owner of Largest Farm, in State Dies in.Florida x at Age of 74. ODEBOLT, ffl--The tody of W. P. Adams, owner q£ Iowa's largest farm, was being returned here .Thursday for- luneral', services. Mr. Adams died Wednesday night in Miami Beach, Fla., after being in bad health all winter and in a hospital the last two, weeks. Seventy-four years : old,; Mr.' Adams- for 35 years had owned and op crated the ,wid ely · -known Adams ranch--a 6,400 acre tract extending southwest from the outskirts o£ Odebolt. v , Example of Best. The Adams ranch was an example in modern farming facilities. It had almost everything heeded to. facilitate the .work "and provide conveniences for the 100 men employed there during the summer months. It even had its own lire protection system, with hydrants.and hose cart. In 1933 Mr. Adams attracted attention when he sealed more than 300,000 bushels o£ com under the AAA plan, getting a loan of §135,- 594 from the federal government. Two years later he was again in the spotlight when he was penalized $3,040 by the AAA- on charges of violating his 1934 corn- h o g contract. - . ' . ' " . Never Had Mortgage. · There was never a mortgage on the Adams ranch and he had his books b a l a n c e d monthly. He boasted he never finished one :of those 35 years of farming "in the red." Born in Chicago, Mr. Adams \yas at one time in the.real,estate business there. He also was in the real estate business in Florida in recent years. Survivors include his widow, Nettie, and tw,o sons, Robert B. Adams, Miami Beach, and John Quincy Adams, Winnetka, 111. Returns From Minnesota. PROT1VIN -- Mrs. James Ade- mac returned from-Grange, Minn., where she had been staying with her daughter, Mrs. Cliarles Hura- pal, who has been ill. Dogs Attack 40 Sheei. ROCKWELL -- Kelly brothers report .that : dogs attacked and killed or maimed 40.head of sheep on their farm adjoining town one night recently while housed in the shed. . . . - , " . MISS READING THIS FRtEBOOKLtT IT'S P A C K E D W I T H FACTS EVERY HOUSEWIFE CAN USE HAVE now distributed ike valuable HOUSEWIFE'S YEAR BOOK in your ueigliLorliood. · It contains full-page articles on removing slaiue, first aid, kitchen measure?, .beauty. JiiplB,. gaining veiglit, reducing, games for cliildrcn, budgets,.gardening, and other useful facts. Together -vith recipes that bring your family healthful "Lulk." · Your meals must have "hulk" to guard your family against common constipation. Serve Kellogg's ALL- ; ]BRAN. Within the body, this delicious cereal absorbs twice its'..weight in ·water, forms a soft mass, and gently sponges out the system. . Buy ALL- BRAIV at your grocer's. If you failed to get your Year Book, J write · us -for · a FREE copy. Kel, logg. Company,. Battle Creek, Michigan.,. : TliOIHHDN - DEAN CD SERVICE GROCERS Phone 312 Phone 312 : HEINZ SOUP DISPLAY AND SALE Gome in and sample the Heinz Products · 2 OTc S P E C I A L L Y A FOR Ml P R I C E D A FOR Take advantage of this week-end sale ORANGES V ' ' " '. / ' ' ' Fancy, Large California Navels, 150 Size, Dozen'.. 39 GRAPEFRUIT Texas Seedless, 96 Size, Dozen , .:,... 39 . "Fresh Green Peas . . . String Beans . . . Brussels Sprouts Head Lettuce ... "Fresh Mushrooms . . . Caulifknver . . .. Asparagus Strawberries MEAT DEPARTMENT BEEF ROASTS, f Q c Fancy Chuck, lb. .,,.. :,, ,,.... J.O IOWANA BACON, QAr Whole or Half Slab, lb........OU IOWANA SLICED QQr BACON, Pound Package.... O W IOWANA HAMS FOR EASTER Only the C h o i c e s t Hams are marked ' IOWANA, assuring- you quality.,... Specially. Priced. Spring Lamb ... Fresh Killed Young Hens ... Nice Broilers SEED POTATOES ·' The very best we can buy. EABI.Y CHIOS . . . . . COBBLERS PINK EYEP. WARBLERS · ' · ' ·'·: · ' -Priced Right KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN, 2 Packages for ... ._...,,.,,.. Ferndell Coffee -- Our B e s t Grade. Vacuum Pack, 'Pound.....TM 31 CALUMET BAKING POWDER, Pound Can ....... KRUMBLES, Kellogg's, 2 Packages P and G SOAP, Giant .Bars, 6 for _ OXYDOL, . Large' Size ;..1..1.1TM.!......TM.1L! POTATOES, Home Grown, Bushel _ CLIMAX CLEANER, 3 Cans ,,! .....1.: GARDEN CITY, 5 Pound Pail ,,:,,,,....Home Made Bread and Pastry Hot Cross Buns WILL DISCUSS RURAL CHURCH Conference to Be Held at Iowa Teachers College on April 5. ' CEDAR FALLS--First of a se- s o£ five Iowa conferences on rural. life' lor the purpose o£ discussing and evaluating various aspects of the rural church and community Will convene at the Iowa State Teachers college Monday, April 5, it was announced Thursday by Dr. Harold Bosley, member of the committee in charge. Attending the gathering will -church executives, . county agents, leading editors, prominent rural life leaders, leading educators and members of the Iowa general assembly. Speakers at the conference include Mark \V. Dawber, Chicago, secretary of [he national board of home missions of the Jlithodist church, and Agnes Samuelson, state superintendent of public instruction. ' ' ' ' i 4 Olhers Planned. The program is being sponsored by Teachers, college, the extension service of Iowa State college and the Iowa Christian Rural Fellowship. On the committee in addition to Dr. Bosley, are John R. Slacks, Teachers' college associate professor of rural education, and Fred D. Cram, of the Teachers' college extension division. Four other sectional gatherings will be .held in Iowa on successive ' days at colleges including Simpson, Morningside and Parsons. Mr. Dawber will speak at each. The various sectional state meetings throughout the United States will discuss portions of the report o£ the national conference on the rural church, held in November, 1936, at Iowa State col- legs, Ames. Pastorales Arc Discussed. According to the report, those attending the meeting at Ames discussed such problems as whether rural folk were leaving the church or the church is leaving them, and whether rural pastorates should be made more inviting, s o ' t h a t , young ministers could remain to give real service to .the farm community, rather than move on to more inviting city positions. The relation, or even conflict, between church and state in the training of rural youth, and the uncertainty of rural ministers resulting from the social and economic forces operating in their communities were also discussed. Other problems considered included rural leadership, co-operation .within the community and between farm and city, and : economic conditions in agriculture. These and other problems are included on the agenda for the Iowa conventions. Co-Eds Will Discuss; Homemaking in List of Vocation Topics CEDAR FALLS--Marriage and homemaking will come in for Us share of discussion in a series of forum meetings dealing with vo- ations of interest to co-eds at the owa State Teachers college, ac- ording to plans announced by the orum committee of the Women's -;ague. The series oE lectures and dis- ussions are arranged with an eye o results of a recent vocational luestionnaire d i s t r i b u t e d to 'eachers college women! The re- ults v indicated that while 52 per ent of the co-eds replying Jnter the teaching professions, ye 13 per cent checked marriage anc lomernaking as the vocations vhich interested them most. The opic will come up for discussion ater in the forum series. Dramatics, music, secretarial vorlc, and library methods also ·anked high in interest. Mrs. Helen Baldwin, of the :owa Children's Home, Des tfoines, will open the forum series Wednesday, April 7, with a talk on "Social Service Work." Forrest 3. Spaulding, librarian of the pubic library, Des Moines, will speak on "Library Work," April 12 3ruce F. Gates, president of Gates Business college, Waterloo, will review "Secretarial Work" May 12. Each speaker will look at a particular · vocation from several 3omts p£ view, including nature of training, qualifications necessary and rewards. There will be questions and discussions. In the questionnaire, only IB co-eds expressed the desire to become lawyers, 26 to become research workers and 54 to become doctors. There are about 1,200 women at Teachers college. The study also revealed that the co-eds prefer walking, reading, movies and skating for recreation. T " e college women also thought that patience, social awareness co-operation with others, tact and continual effort are essential qualities ior becoming a success. Elma Academy Declam Winners Are Named ELMA--In a declamatory contest of Immaculate Conception academy, 14 students participated. Muriel Weber won first place and Delberta Joerger second in dramatic; Bernard Beecher, first and Gus O'Donnell, second in oratorical; and James Cashman, first and Virginia Meirick, second in the humorous division. Attorney Reed Elwood, Supt. J. H. Lyford and Mrs. Dinsmore Brandrnill of Elma were judges^ Music was given during the intermissions by the rhythm orchestra o£ the primary .room. Diamond Bros. 30 EAST STATE SPECIALS--FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I 30 EAST STATE Choice Beef Roasts, lb. . 15c I Sliced Sugar Cured Bacon, lb. . 25c | 100% Pure Lard,2lbs.. 29c SPARE RIBS, Fresh, Meaty, ib. . . . . . 15c j FRESH GROUND BEEF, 2 Ibs. ... . . . 25c SMOKED HAMS, Sugar Cured, lb... 2 Center Slices 33c BOILING BEEF, SHORT RIBS, Lean 111/ jt Meaty, lb. .. 14/2^ Canadian Style BACON, Sliced Pound Pork Roasts, Loin, lb. 21c Pork Steak, Lean, lb. . 2Ic Beef Roasts S ud 4 ib .?.°.U.2l Bacon Squares Sugar Cured, lb. VEAL ROASTS or CHOPS, Tender, lb. ---- .. STEAK, SIRLOIN or SHORT CUT, Tender, Pound . .v VEAL STEW, Lean, Meaty, lb. . MUTTON ROASTS or CHOPS, lb. . 12V 2 c j PORK HOCKS or UVER, ib. lOc Fine Granulated Sugar .£,:":. · HI Fresh Country Per . '·" Dbi. 21c Diamond's Best 3 Milk . . Cans BONDED SALAD DRESSING or SANDWICH SPREAD, Pint Jar 17c--Quart Jar 29c Hershey's BAKING CHOCOLATE /2 lb. Bar . ; . . . K. C. BAKING POWDER 9c lb. Can Fine or Pearl TAPIOCA Packages 25c Cream Cheese . . . £'· 23c Comb Honey . . Each Blue Rose Rice . . .4 21c Lipton's Green Tea Vi lb. P k 3 . Hershey's COCOA lb. Can MARSHMALLOWS (In Cello) Per Pound ; 13c Bread and Butter PICKLES Quart Jar 25c MACARONI or SPAGHETTI, 3 Pounds 22c Fancy RED SALMON , Ta " I Can .. .. Reputation FLOUR lb. Bag $1.69 Diamond's Best FLOUR 49 b. Bag $1.89 PUFFED WHEAT Zl Packages . ..... Jl JV JELLO 4 Boxes 17C Gerber's BABY FOOD Cans'. 25c PilUbury's Best FLOUR 49 lb Baa $2.05 Boneless CODFISH lb. Box 21c OXYDOL Large Box . 21c Brilliant- Coffee Per Pound 19c Fancy PRETZELS . (Stick) Per Pound ,. lOc Cracker Jacks 3 Boxes IOC DIAMOND'S BEST CAKE FLOUR (Finest Quality) 3 Ib. Package . : . 21c Liberty Bell CORN No. 2 Cons .. 25c Wet Pack SHRIMP Cans 25c Doles Sliced PINEAPPLE 2 No. 2 Cans . .' 29c Apple Sauce No. 10 Can , . . 39c Oregon Prunes . No. 10 Can ... 36c Sliced Peaches No. 10 · Can ... 43c Blue Berries No. 10 · Can . . . 75c Orange Brand PEAS No. 300 Cans 25c Golden Wax BEANS No. 2 Cans 25c Fruit COCKTAIL 2 Tall Cans . . . 29C BLUE CROSS TOILET TISSUE, 6 1000 SHEET ROLLS .. 25c Dried PRUNES (30-40's) Pounds .... IVOWSOAP3 - Dried PEACHES Pounds 29c Smoked HERRING Per Pound 21c Tomato CATSUP No. 10 Can . . 49c . Dried APRICOTS DOG FOOD C " ' - ' J Cons . . . . . . . . Maca Bean CoEiee Per Pound 15c Potatoes, Red River, Early Ohios, Good for Table or Seed, Peck 55c--100 lb. Bag $3.25 Pounds 35c MCHIPSO Large y f Box .... All. Chocolate Peppermints, Chocolate Creams, Chocolate Cherries, I Ib. Box ORANGETTES Fine Small Orange Hearts for salads, garnishes or cocktails. Packed in syrup 2 Cans \ . . . 25C Seeded RAISINS . 2 Pounds . . . . 19C BRAN 100 , B B a 3 $1.77 Starting and Growing MASH. · DAIRY FEED 100 IB Baa $2.10 STOCK SALT 100 lb. bag 55c POTATOES, Idaho Russets (Large Size) Peck 47c--100 lb. Bag $2.89 Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT for 25c Ben Davis APPLES Pounds 25c ONIONS 8 Pounds ; . . .. 25C Carrots Green Top . . Bunches lOc Green Onions . . . 5c turnips ?; ePen . . . . 5c New Cabbage . . . .7ib,25c California Navel ORANGES Dozen Winesap APPLES Pounds 25c Fresh PEAS 2 Pounds 29C a^ JT- " "^ ^ ^ r ·" ' U T , ' t t, / / '

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