Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 8
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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- . Is Flavored Spokane, Wash., (U.R)-Two Spo- en have begun "lanufac- neW type o£ floui ' that ^ t> Se ? soned when marketed. - Bartelson, president of the Sa "f ?! 1 fryin e cuts of meat, and fish may be rolled in the flour and no other seasoning or preparation is needed. Corwltb—Mrs. Winnie Downing, who spend the past 2 weeks with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kouba, returned to her home at Marshalltown. ' new deluxe POTATO CHIPS Try 5 0me of these delightfully differ. ent potato chips! See their smart, fit^ X 1 **"^ ' ' ' their modern de- «gn that will dress up your snacks, picn.cs buffet suppers/ T«te their comt-back-for-more flavor. Serve them to your friends soon. Distributed by: KURTZ FOOD SPECIALTIES PHONE 1207 New Public Health Nurse Forum Speaker The functions and financial status of the public health nurse were explained on the KGLO Forum hour Wednesday evening by the new Public Health Nursing association director here, Miss Beulah Wiedman. "A public health nurse is so called because she works for all in her teaching capacity and in helping to prevent 'disease and in helping to control the spread of contagious disease. She has a triple job, that of nurse, health teacher and community leader," Miss Wiedman explained at the opening of her talk. Gives Imaginary Tour How the public health nurse spends her day was told to the Forum air audience through an imaginary visit conducted with the listener to the various places the nurse goes -throughout the day. The tour of calls included the clinic, the doctor's office, the health department, the class room, the patient's home and other places. /How the salaries of the public health nurses are paid as compared with those of hospital or private duty nurses was explained. The hospital pays its nurses, individuals pay private duty nurses and the Community Chest underwrites the salaries of the pub'ic health nurses in this city. In some cities thp public nursing association is supported by tax funds or is a voluntary agency supported by gifts. Is Not Socialistic "The Mason City organization is not socialistic in the sense that everything is free to everybody," Miss Wiedman said. "The gift you make to the Community Chest helps those unable to help themselves. Patients who are financially able to do so pay for the care they receive." Miss Wiedman closed her talk by summarizing 4 questions about the association as follows: 1. What do the nurses do? They give short time nuysing service in the home at cost or without cost, if the patient is unable to pay. 2. Who may use the service? Anyone living in Mason City who is ill at home and for whom the doctor has ordered a dressing, a bed bath, a hypodermic or other treatment. 3. How may the nurse be procured? By having your physician call 886 and leaving his orders. (If you prefer, your family may make the call and leave the family physician's name.) 4. Why is the organization •ailed a Public Health Nursing association? Because the organization is for the use of all and Decause it co-operates with doc:ors, hospitals, clinics and welfare organizations to promote good health for all and to prevent sickness before it strikes. Your Public Health Nursing association is an essential link in the local community health program. Chapin — Miss Frances Hatch, who had been spending the past year in Michigan, arrived for a visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Davenport, and her aunt, Mrs. Edna Davenport. Miss McFarlin s Nominated Sioux Falls, S. Dak.—Rachel Ann McFarlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. McFarlin, 809 £. State, Mason City, is one of 7 senior girls at Sioux Falls college nominated as candidates for the title of "princess" to reign over Tepee day, the college homecoming, Oct. 28, 29 and 30. In preliminary balloting Friday, the college student body will narrow the field to 3 candidates and from this trio the princess will be IXTRA REFINED...CAREY'S CARRIES THE FLAVOR chosen in voting set for Oct. 21. The identity of the winner will not be revealed until the Tepee day pageant and coronation on Oct. 28. Each of the 7 girls was nominated by petition for the college's Lop title. Eligibility requirements incuded membership in the senior class, at least 2 years on the campus and a high grade average. Oct. 13, 1949 M»i*n City GI*bc-C»i*(U, Jgt Miss McFarlin is a member of the college choir and is president of her "tribe," one of 8 student groups on the campus. Fish are unable to close their eyes. FOR THE BEST IN CHEESE ask for Corn Country YOUR CHOICE OF THREE VARIETIES * American Process * Cheese Foods Cheddar Made by men experienced in the science of cheese making. STATE BRAND CREAMERIES, INC., DISTRIBUTORS BRAND HURRY ON DOWN, FOLKS, AND CORRAL THESE GREAT FALL VALUES! SLICED OR HALVED PEACHES No Can 25 BUY THE C .SE $5.95 CREAM STYLE CORN No. 303 Cans 33 BUY THE CASE . . $3.79 EARLY GARDEN PEAS 2 No. 303 Cans BUY THE CASE $4.29 FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 303 Can 19 BUY THE CASE.. $4.55 PROCTER & GAMBLE'S TIDE Large ' Package telJIlontei SPRY 3-lb. Can White Sail TISSUE, 4 Pkgs. .. I Roya I GELATIN, Ass't. Flavors. PILSNER BEER Case $2.29 FALSTAFF BEER Case $2.79 PARKAY I ^^rvix^^ i ^^^^. •^HHV OLEO 77 !h nkir. Mm i Ib. pkg. TOP QUALITY MEATS PILLSBURY r !DeURontel FLOUR 50-lb. Bag Borden's Instant' COCOA, 2 Pkgs 35c Pure GINGERSNAPS, 2 IBs 39c Facial Tissue KLEENEX, 2 Pkgs 35c i2el]1lontei CHASE & SANBORN DEL MONTE COFFEE* 89c nDeUItontei ,10005 Catsup 6 CLOROX Bleach *>! 43 Large 14-or. Bottles FRESH DAILY Oysters STEWING AND BAKING HENS. DECKER'S BRAND, GOOD, BONELESS ROLLED RIB OR RUMP ROAST Ib 65c DECKER'S IOWANA PORK SAUSAGE u ,,„ 35c DECKER'S SOWANA SMOKED SAUSAGE * 39c Capons - Fryers - Lamb - Veal DEL MONTE BOYSENBERRIES 303 Jar CASE PRICE.. $2.90 DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN SPINACH No. 2 Can 15 BUFFET CAN SPECIALS Del Monte PEAS, 10!/2-ox. Can Del Monte CORN, 2—TOVi-or. Cans. . Del Monte PEACHES, 2—8-ox. Cans .... Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL, 2—8-or. Cans .... Del Monte Whole Unpeeled APRICOTS CASE PRICE. . .$4.50 Del Monte Royal Anne CHERRIES COBBLER DEL MONTE PUMPKIN No. 303 Cans DetJllont? DEL MONTE VACUUM PACK CORN 12-01. Cans GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE Food City Special Potato Sale Still On - Buy Now POTATOES, 100-lb. bag .. $1.99 IDAHO RUSSET ' . POTATOES, 100-lb. bag .. $3.29 SUNKIST ORANGES, 2 doz.. 43c TOKAY GRAPES, 4 Ibs 29c ACORN or BUTTERCUP SQUASH, Ib. , 3c MUSCATINE SWEET POTATOES, 2 Ibs.. 15c The Complete Food Store Where Garden Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Always Prevail — Remember Food City Has The Largest Refrigerated Display In Town.. SWEETHEART SOAP Bars I Camels or Philip Morris | CIGARETTES, Carton . Libby's Strawberries Honor Brand CUT CORN 24c Booth's ORANGE JUICE Puritan MARSHMALLOWS, -1^*% I Pilltbury CAKE Cello Pound Pkg AjV | MIXES, Lb. Pkg. 29c fOOO Can 1515 SOUTH FEDERAL Gerber's Chopped or Strained BABY FOOD, Can. . . 6c Borden's CHEESE Lb. Pkg. 69c FISH P«rch, Ib ..... 29c Whiting, Ib. 18c

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