Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 7
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26 Oct. 13, 1949 Mmivn City GI*lc-Gai«tte, M»ion Cif y, I*., HERE THERE ~M?; and Mrs. Charles ., of Cedar Falls, are the -u °- f . ? son born at toe Satori hospital in Cedar Falls. Mrs. Yost is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Harlan of Bristow. Q ^T^u elI ~ Mr< and Mrs - Jensen and Sharon motored to Exira and visited the former's parents, the Jen Jensens. Crystal Lake—Mrs. Rush Ga- bnelson returned home from Fort Atkinson, Wis., where she accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zea of St. Ansgar to get Mrs. Zea's father, D. L. Wheeler, who had been visiting there the past tew weeks. Wesley— Lt. and Mrs. Gordon Loebeg and daughter of Rapid City, S. Dak., came for a 2 weeks' visit with Andorfer and Loebeg relatives. Plymouth—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bymgton and daughter, Ruth,- of Grand Rapids, Minn., stopped to visit relatives while enroute to Missouri to visit Mrs. Byington's father. Scarville—Mr. and Mrs. Norman Vermedahl returned from Texas after spending several days there. Thornton —Mr. and Mrs. August Hartwig are spending a few days at the Fred Briggs home at Princeton, Minn. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Belcher and children, Karen and Kenneth of Dixon, 111., visited at the Kenneth Myers home. Mclutir*-.—Mrs. W. E. Leslie of Gull Lake, formerly of Mclntire, purchased a grocery store at Colwell and moved there last week. Joice —Mr. and Mrs. Orin Kittleson, local farmers, are the parents of their 3rd daughter, born Saturday at the Municipal hospital at Forest City. Manly — Mrs. Anna Dahl observed her 86th birthday at her home with her 5 children and their families present. Hutching — Mr. and Mrs. William Tegtmeyer are parents of a daughter born Oct. 8 at the Emily Smith home. Kanawha —Guests in the Ward Wright home were Mrs. Wright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Quigley, of Churdan. •* Dumont — Mr. and Mrs. John Zubak and children of Waterloo, Miss Nona Collins and Maxine Ford of Webster City were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Buckels. Chap In — H. O. Mordick of Stockton, 111., is here for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Ella Stayner, and with other relatives. Dumont —Mr. and Mrs. Harold Misfeldt and son visited relatives in Davenport recently and also attended a family gathering at New Liberty. Latimer-^-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sprau of Maservey and Mrs. Roselle Sorens^n of Thornton visited recently* with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver G. Sprau. Popejoy —A family gathering of the Ingebritson kin was held in the Owen Ingebritson home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ingebritson and daughter Faye, of Staples, Minn. Swaledale —The Rev. and Mrs. Dale James of Titonka were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Ulum. Scarville — Mrs. Minnie Wuer- flein returned from several days spent with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Pries, in Le Claire. Swaledale —Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bradshaw, Karen and Randy took little Mary Elizabeth Ainslie to her home at Waterloo. She had spent several weeks at the'Brad- shaw home. Alexander — Mr. and Mrs. Howard' Schoenwetter, who have been visiting at the parental G. R. Richards home since their re- turn from Atlanta, Ga., left for Champaign, 111., where Mr. Schoenwetter has accepted a position on the staff at the state university. Bradford—Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Roche have left on an extended motor trip to New York City and other points. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stinson of Mason City. Kanawha —The Veterans of Foreign Wars post in Kanawha have purchased new bicycle stands for use at the school buildings for the students. Swaledale —Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Eddy and family visited with Mr. and Mrs, K TH. Coon and Eddie at Webster City. Wesley — Twin daughters were born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Otis Sunday at the Britt nursing home. Kaiiluniuwii — Supt. Harold E. Cole of Hanlontown, Supt. Russell Baker and Howard Rupert, vocational agriculture teacher, and Principal Kline of Northwood enjoyed a fishing trip at Crane lake, Minn. THE POTATO CHIP OF DISTINCTION! ON PURCHASE OF GRIDDLE-MIX Triple-scaled package insures freshness and prevents breakage. Thompson0Neil Co '" I0 ,« SERVICE CROCERS P3H ° 2HC —Consistently Fine Foods — Priced Right— —Phone Us Your Orders— BUY RICHELIEU COFFEE You'll Enjoy Its Rich, Mellow Flavor. Drip or Regular—pound SUNKIST ORANGES Fine for Juice. 2 do/en PORK ROAST, Rib End of Loin, Ib. BEEF SHORT RIBS, Ib SLICED BACON, pound HAM ENDS, 3 to 4 Ibs., per Ib. ARMOUR'S CKILI, Ib. can 29* Heavy Springs Oysters Jones Sausage MRS. ROGER'S PASTRY Strictly Home Made Pies - Cakes - Cookies Roll* Fancy TOKAY GRAPES, 2 Ibs. 251 JONATHAN APPLES \o. 1 Mich. Ibs Basket $2.39 Heinz CATSUP, 2 large bottles . .. Heinz BEANS, Oven Baked, 2 cans Heinz SPAGHETTI, 2 cans NEW FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT CRISCO, 3 Ib. can Mott's SWEET CIDER, gallon SWEETHEART SOAP, 4 bars IVORY FLAKES, large package ... BLUE-WHITE, 1 packages CRANBERRIES, pound Other Exceptional Values See the Jack Sprat Ad FREE DELIVERY SWEETHEARTS OFFIR APPLIES TO REGULAR AND BATH SIZE 1 RIGULAR SIZi —Buy 3 regular-size cakes of SweetHeart Soap—get one regular-size cake for only 1^ more. BATH SUS — Buy 3 bath-sii* caket of SweetHeart Soap—get one bath-size cake for only 10 more. • A LOVIlllR COMPLtXION WITH SWHTHIAftr CAM/ • Save dimes, quarters, half-dollars'. Now, while this Big lj* Sale is on—stock up on pure, mild SweetHeart. TH IS OFF E R is made to win millions to these two wonderful products—SWEETHEART SOAP and BLU-WHITE Flakes! Hurryl The more you buy the more you savel Offer good only while Iji Sale units last BLU-WHITE MAKES CLOTHIS • BLU-WHITE blues while you wash! Works with your regular soap or detergent! Saves that extra bluing rinsel Today —while 1(5 Sale units last- get BLU-WHKTE. • * Mai 111 11$ HURRY ON DOWN, FOLKS, AND CORRAL THESE GREAT FALL VALUES! No. 2'/2 Size Can 2 No. 303 Cans No. 2V2 Size Can 2 No. 2«/2 Size Cans No. 2'/2 Size Can 2 No. 303 Cans Cons flKST ROUND STEAK Ib. PORK ROAST <iPHiup NORMS" I Carton Package $1.79 19c Free Parking Facilities For Customers You are sure to find this parking lot most convenient when you are shopping at our store. Located at the rear of our store. You will find all our departments within easy reach from your car. Parking Lot Entrance on Delaware Just Off 2nd St. S. E. For Storewide Service Phone 264 - 5 - 6 Sola Dress SALAD DRESSING CRANBERRIES Yellow Onions HEAD LETTUCE, 2 Cor 19c Quart Clover Crest BUTTER Fresh Country EGGS doz. 213-305 South Federal 47 ADD ONLY WATtR 4 FLAVORS • Devil't Fudge • Whit* • Gold-n » Spic« PKG. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT Griddle Mix PANCAKE FLOUR Lb. Pkg. FROZEN FOODS 49c Blue Goose STRAWBERRIES, 1-lb. Pkg Mb. Can 49c Honor Brand Honor Brand FROZEN CUT CORN Package SWEETHEART . TOILET SOAP Get extra rake far It with every 3 cake pun -ha v RAIZES SERVICE MARKET F/ee Delivery On All Orders of $3 or More

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