Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on December 12, 1930 · Page 4
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 4

Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, December 12, 1930
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12,1930. THE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICH. ELEVEN WIELLEN BUSINESS MEN PLAN TO HELP NEEDY Melton, Icc."l2^A~iipiclivl meeting ot tho Mcllrn Commot'da club wns culled Wrclnosduy evening to In- vp.ttUato HIM notjcly t, mlllos In the cl r M\(\ liunpdlixto district of Mellon. There woro not many f n m - Illrs known to the members present tliul nccdeil assistance n,t this time but n survey of tho ell ,'.M to bo irwdo tlurliiK the coming week whan another mooting will bo held and a report mrule HO that nil needy tiimlllpii will lie looked n f l e r . It. wntt reported ul, tlio meetUw tluvt very tow MHlen men tvru tin- employed. The Mellon IncHistrles are all working, which gives practically nil the local men work, Tho open fleer .icnston wan a help to a lnr«o number ot families. Skin aw Supervisor John A. Krlckson attended a mipervlsorn moetliw til nonunion Tuesday. His son, noy, who had been receiving medical attention at 8t, Joseph's hospital nt Hancock, leturned home with him Mr. and Mrs, Cloy Chapman and Ben Chi pman motorod to L'Anso Saturday, The Ui'V, Tloberl A. niebci nc- companlcd by the XrUikson and .Tobln motored to Crystal Falls Monday cvenlntf, Mrs. Sam Bennett of Amana visited friends hero several days this week, Mrs. I,ylo Tlarber died nt h r r On away homo Tuesday Nov. 25, attei an lllne.'i.i of one week. The cle- eeii'ied was 28 years of ago and If survived by the InnAand and two sons, Dale, 7, and Jlmmle, 2, hei parents Mr, and Mrs, Thomas Ln- Forent nf North Allls township, n sister Miss Loin Mercer and brother Alva Mercer of Pontlac. Fimern services wcro held from the Onaway Methodist church Frltluy Nov. «a with Wider J, J, Lcd'.worth off)- olntliift and she was laid to rest beside her father In North Allls township cemetery, The Barber family redded nl Hldnaw up to short time afto when they movot to Onitway. Mr. nnd Mrs. lien Chapman, son Kelly, and the Uev. Robert A, Ulo ton motored to Iron niver Tticsdnj evening, Adolph Smith, who has been cm ployed at the Turplnen camp n Watton, Is rojiorled us being qulti 511 at his homo here, Mr«. Ivar Deck and Mrs. HJalme Iilndcuilst motored to L'Anse Hun day. To r«liico~tlio smoke evil, an electrical trap haw boon dovlued which eon.ilst.i of » acrlcs of plnies Installed In thec hlmnay antl sub- Jected to high-voltage current, Soot settle", on the plates after bn- Inic nttracted to them nnd is removed by ti water spray. FOR THE HOLIDAYS Quality lootl supplies nt prices that arc attractively low for such supplies. Keep Uic family well and strong this winter with pure, wholesome meats ami trrocerles. Telephone your order and we'll deliver It promptly to your kitchen, Our Prices Arc Always In Keeping With the Market. PHONE 612 MiT US DELIVER XOl'R NEXT ORDER. DELIVERY HOURS 9 A. M.--3 P. M. VALKO Dependable Meats and Groceries PHONE 612 A. D u r h a m Coivpiiny Distributors For honwood PETERSON'S FANCY GROCERIES and Quality Bakery Gold Medal Cake Flour - 29c GELATtN DESSERT Royal Gelatin 3 For 25c Whole Wheat Wheaties 3 PACKAGES 25c White House COFFEE LB. 39c Shelled walnuts, Dordcau halves Ib. Navy beans, 31by. Powdered sugar, 2 Ibs. Baking chocolate, elieu brand, Vi Ib Cocoamalt, 1 Ib. can 25c 29c Rich- 23c 39c Shelled almonds, fancy Calil'ornians, Ib. Prunes, 3 Ibs Ginger snaps, 2 Ibs Tomato and mustard sardines, 2 for Bananas, 3 Ibs. _. 58c 25c 25c 23c 25c PORK LOINS--SPARE RIBS--RING BOLOGNA HAMS AND BACONS NEW IEGS FOR OLD San Francisco.--Lucky dogs are ruly lucky now that Dr. L. M, Pel- hert, o f ' Stanford medical school, ms 1 announced that he has succeeci- :d in successfully 'replanting" dogs egs- He has amputated and joined back together legs of 50 dogs in per- cctlng his experiment. Both flesh bons heal together after the amputation. Fieuics collected recently by :latlsticians in Holland indicate ·lint -the world's population has passed the billion mark, with one out of every 25 persons .a resident of the United States. SUPER-SALESMAN PhUadelphla.-WiUiara Ingenlto s a salesman who'd "try lo sell the Jberty Bell." according to MRgls- ratc Harrigan, He was caught at- er selling Milton Pine an elevator notor in an unused building which HOUSEWIVES! FRE UNTIL MONDAY NIGHT One Hundred Pound Sack of Occident Flour With Each Purchase of a L O W B O Y With Philco Automatic Volume Control At- Less Tubes Phone 819 today and we will call and give a free demonstration. All Philco Radios (priced $49.50 to $350 less tubes) sold on easy payments. Phone 819, Ironwood. Aurora St., Opp. Presbyterian Church. FARMER'S MARKET A thrifty shopping place for busy housewives. Shop here for pleasure and profit. Open Wecl, Sat. 8 to 10 a. m. DELICIOUS PUMPKIN PIES Arc assured it you use T T Pumpkin Pie Spice . . . Pure spices blended from an old New England recipe. AT Alt GROCERS T T Pumpkin Pie Spice didn't belong to him,' Fine called a Junk dealer to help him cart the motor away and tho dealer happened to know Ingenlto, having bought a lot ol pictures lying on ft sidewalk in front ol a department store from him, PICKARPS 408 McLEOD AVE. TEL. i WEEK END SPECIALS Pork Loins, whole or half · Ib. 23c Beef Roast 5 Ibs. 90c Lean Rib Boiling Ib. 12c Pure Lard,, special 3 Ibs. 35c SPECIAL Fresh Cape Scallops Fresh Butter Fish Fresh Extra Select Oysters Fresh Fillet of Haddock ' Strictly Fresh Eggs Quality Milwaukee Sausage We Deliver We Deliver ·BHHHMHM^BMBHBB""""^*^" 1 "*"" __--GEORGE'S Phones 430-431 CASH STORE Ironwood QUALITY FOOD SPECIALS FOR YOU TOMORROW! BANANAS Ibs. for 22C ARMOUR'S Beans MED. CAN APPLES Xtnv Fancy Box Delicious - - $3.!ft Winesaps - $2.73 Baldwins 10 Ibs. 49c Sardines TOMATO OR MUSTARD 2 tor 2gC POTATOES Fancy White 36c ph. ORANGES CALIF. SUNKIST from 23c to 70c per doz. The Btsl of the Season Spaghetti 3 MEDAL BRAND 16C Ry Krisp CHASE Sc SANBORN'S AND HOSTESS COFFEE GEORGE'S QUALITY MERCHANDISE.. THE STANDARD OF COMPARISON SATURDAY SPECIALS N n C. Phone 750 CHUCK ROAST 1 BONELESS ROLLED RIB BEEF ROAST SUGAR CURED SHANKLESS Extra PICNIC HAMS 1 LEAN Pork Bulls 20c SMALL PORK Shoulders 14c FRESH GROUND Hamburger Ik Chops 18c Pork Links 17c Weiners 20c 5c Lamb Shoulder 18c VEAL SHOULDER-16o | VDL CHOPS - 16c HEINZ PUDDING, 3 cans . . . $1.00 LINGON BERRIES, qt 23c KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN, 2 for . 25c MINCE MEAT, 2 Ibs 25c NUT OLEO, 2 Ibs 29c CORN MEAL, 5 Ibs 19c AUNT BETTY'S liH Makes Delicious Toast II It is of such a texture that it toasts evenly--that light brown, crisp toast that is a delight to the eye ·ind unequalled to the taste. Try some tonight for. that bite to eai. Order by name from your grocer. SUPERIOR BAKERY PHONE 123. VAUGHN ST. JRONWOOD. iTrolla fwo Phones 396 and 788 HURLEY We Deliver Pork Loins Whole Or Half IB. 24c BUTTER Iron County Creamery, Ib. -- LARD Pound Prints O7/» £ I t Pears or Peaches 2 No. 2 Cans 45c Monarch Coffee Ib. 39c Graham or Soda Crackers 28c 2 LB. PACKAGE Peanut Butter pound jar 21c Ohio Blue Tip Matches carton 21c STORES, INC "We sell for less" Leading Food Values For Saturday Salmon Delicious and Healthful Tall No. I 'Cans Lily" Pink Healthful 28c GRAHAM SODA Crackers Tom Tlunrb 2 LIJS. . 25c CATSUP Mid-West Large Bottle 17c DRIED PEACHES New 1930 Crop . 12C DKJ. MONTE PEACHES llopd or LARGKST NO. 2!i CAN 24c Clothes Pins ffa 19c ORANGES 2 doz. * 49c ONIONS 10 Ibs. - - - 21c SHELLED WALNUT Fancy Bordenu Halves '/ z Lb. Beechnut IVaiuil Mrd. HuUrr .Inr 14c - CHOICE NAVY BEANS Ib. 8c COFFEE YOl'li CHOJCK M. i, !».--Maxwell Ifoir Wliltc lloiikc Ib. 38c Apples CANDY Cookini; 4 Ibs. 21c 2 Ibs. 27c iNEWSPAFERr FANCY CRANBERRIES -- NUTS -- CANDY. EVERYTHING FOR THE HOLIDAYS. VSPAPERI

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