Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 11, 1949 · Page 7
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Name Officers of Farm Bureau Hampton —At the annual meeting of the Franklin county Farm Bureau H. C. Barger was reelected president, Bernard Schager, vice president; Nels Prine, secretary, and Gilbert Behn, treasurer. Directors named \vere: Wisner, Leonard Haferman; Richland, A. B. Brouwer; Ross, Vernon Butson; Scott, Kenneth Myers; Marion, Albert Behn; Mott, Howard Miller; Ingham, Leonard Johnson; Morgan, Robert Snyder; Hamilton, Harvey Pierce; Reeve, Edward A. Berghoefer; Geneva, Kenneth Koch; Oakland, Jens Christensen; Lee, Harold Huston; Grant, Leo Abbas; Osceola, Wll- lard Humke. A director lor West Fork has not been named. Other oificers are: Women's chairman, Mrs. Carl Jacobson; women's vice chairman, Mrs. E. J. Akers; women's voting delegate, Mrs. Carl Jacobson; women's alternate voting delegate, Mrs. Clay G. Timmerman; girls' 4-H county chairman, Mrs. E. F. Mahncke; boys' 4-H county chairman, David Crom. Wise Men's Club Is Now Owl Club The Wise Men's club has changed its name to the Owl club, according to John Steel, president, and will continue its activities under that name. Formerly the Y's Men's club, the name was changed to the Wise Men's club during the depression and the club carried on under this name since. John Calh'oun of the Y. M. C. A. THESE TUESDAY is planning to organize a Y's Men's club, however, so the present change in names. Announcement of tlie new organization will be later. The Owl club will continue to meet at the • Y. M. C. A. each Thursday at 6:30 p. m. It is a social organization of young men in Mason City. Any young man wishing to join should attend the next meeting. The Owl club will also continue with its talent show, as in previous years, in the early part of December, and also with its Christmas party for youngsters. Winner of the FREE $5 Basket of Groceries MRS. ADA HASKELL 321 2nd St. S. W. Pound Carton Package FREE PARKING At Rear of Our Store Use Delaware Entrance Phone 264-5-6 Center Cut Pork Chops For Storewide Service 59 Heinz KETCHUP 19c 14-oz. Bottle • FLOUR SALE • Omar or Mother's Best $329 50-lb, Bag U. S. No. 1 Jonathan APPLES 4 Ibs. Bushel 29c $2.29 FREE DELIVERY On Orders of $3 or More Raizes 213 South Federal SUPER SERVICE Market We Reserve the Right to Limit North lowan Wins Dairy Record Test Waterloo — George Youmans, dairy herd improvement association supervisor of the Fayette No. 3 DHIA, has been announced as highest scorer in the 1949 DHIA supervisors' records and reports contest. Announcement was made at the DHIA banquet at the Dairy Cattle Congress. Youmans, who was runner-up in 1947 and 1948, scored 2,329 points out, of a possible 2,500.-He received a wrist watch for his achievement. It was given by the Artificial Breeding Association of Iowa, which includes Dairy Genetics, Inc., Des Moines; Eastern Iowa Artificial Breeding association, Cedar Rapids, and the Northwest Iowa Federated Breeders' Co-operative, Sheldon. Presentation of the award was •made on the basis of the neatest, most accurate and complete set oi' DHIA records for the year. In 2nd place was J. S. Alshouse, Fayette No. 1, Oelwein. Alshouse scored 2,313 points. Last year he tied for 3rd. Ray Kirchman, Chick- asavv, and also a high scorer last year, was just 2 points behind Alshouse to win 3rd place. Fourth place winner was Leo Bonjour, Jones county DHIA, with 2 } 289 points. Dean Jensen, Wright county DHIA, was 5th with 2,235 points. Sam Julson Rites Held at Chape! Funeral services for Sam J. Julson, 6C, svho died Friday following a long illness, were held Monday afternoon at the chape) of the McAuley and Son funeral home, with G. E. Gilman officiating. Mrs. Roscoe E. Patton played obsequial music, including "In the Garden"and "Jesus Saviour Pilot Me." Mrs. Lloyd McGee and Mrs. Luther Hodgen were in charge of flowers. Attending the tervlces from out of the city were Mr. and Mrs. John Julson, and family, Sheffield; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mikkelson and Mrs. Glen Lamping, Emmons, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hartley and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tyre and family and Mrs. Andy Peterson, Austin, Minn. Mrs. Ida Aclamson and Alvin A damson, Mrs. Fred Larson, Mrs. James Arthur and Mrs. Loren Lockner, Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Julson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Julson and family, and Mrs. Ed Julson, Northwood. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Foster, of Oakland, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Burt Youmans, Albert Lea, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mikkelson, Lake Mills; Mrs. John Rodberg, Lake Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Youmans, Kcnsett, and Mr. and Mrs. Burt Y o u m a n s, Gordonsville, Minn. Pallbearers were Irving Julson, Lawrence Julson, W. H. Header shot and Seymour Angell. Burial was at Memorial Park cemetery. The' McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. Mu»n Cltr Glok«.G»«ttt«, Mn»n City, h.QcL It, 194* PRICES EFFECTIVE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NATIONAL TEA CO. SS VALUE-WAY SELF SERVE MEATS MEATY PORK NECK BONES WAFER SLICED PORK LIVER OUR QUALITY WE PRIZE! OUR LOW PRICES WE MAINTAIN! "E" Club Elects Eagle Grove—Don Caquelin was elected president of the 'E' club at a recent meeting of the organization. Lynn Howell was elected vice president, Jerry Knutson, secretary, and Duane Lloyd, treasurer. Carl Steig was elected to the student council. A eight-unit coaxial cable, designed primarily for television, can handle as many as 1800 long- distance telephone conversations at the same time. Farmers Deliver Corn in Winneshiek County Decomh— At the loan rate or the reserve rate of $1.38 agreed upon in Winneshiek county, 40,000 bushels of corn have been delivered to the commodity credit corporation, and it is probable that the total delivery will be 65,000 bushels, according to Leo Herold, chairman of the Triple-A committee. With the market price of corn ranging from 90 cents to $1 per bushel, Herold declares it is simply good business to deliver the corn and get the higher figure. Literally thousands of "New Yorkers" actually do not reside in the city. They commute miles daily so that they can live in the "country" or subui'bs. Two Fine Stores To Serve You 12 FIRST STREET N.W. ON-THE-SQUARE 613 SOUTH FEDERAL PLENTY OF PARKING CRYSTAL BEET SUGAR.. 10 LB. BAG 85 OLEOMARGARINE SWANCO LB. 25 CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP 3 CANS FOR YOU SAVE AGAIN . CLIP THIS COUPON ' State Brand Clover Crest ^ Butter I i«"^^^ ^^^" ^^ ^^ ^^r MM ^^ ^^ • Food City PotatoSale Still On Washed COBBLER POTATOES, TO Ibs. 25c 100 Ibs. m With L Your Coupon P TRADE-MARK 89c case CAMELS PHILIP MORRIS Ctn. $1.79 CRISP RED RADISHES BUNCH YOUR CHOICE SQUASH . HUBBARD, ACORN OR LB BUTTERCUP JONATHAN APPLES.. FRESH DAILY-PURE Ground Beef DECKER'S SKINLESS WIENERS FRESH-SOLID PACK OYSTERS.. Decker's lowana Sausage SALE Decker's lowana Pork Sausage Rolls Decker lowana Smoked Sausage Decker lowana Skinless Franks Narcal Wax Paper 15c 125-Ft. Roll 4 LBS. FOR 8g/NG US YOUR PROCTER & GAMBLE «*•'• COUPONS Clinton White SYRUP 24-or. Bottle lOc Sala-Dress SALAD DRESSING Quart 45c ALL MEAT LB. WRIGLEY'S SPEARMINT GUM U. S. GOV'T. "GOOD" BEEF CLUB STEAKS 49 RATH'S BLACKHAWK MINCED HAM * 39. America's SUGARED PLAIN CINNAMON 19 Marvel Enriched, Slic WHITE <« BREAD & Guaranteed Fresh OATMEAL BREAD . 13-Egg Recipe ANGEL FOOD CAKE ed 1 '/2-lb. M£ Loaves J^^* 1-lb. f Q_ . . Loaf 1™ t o,35c DATED FRESH DAILY Young, Tender SLICED LIVER PORK CUTLETS GROUND BEEF Decker's Lean SLICED BACON All Meat Frenched All Lean Meat lb.32c lb. 59c lb. 51c lb. 49c Decker's lowana Skinless Hormel's Fresh Country Style Pork Sausage, lb. 49c Wieners lb. 49c Fresh Caught Boneless, Pan-Ready Fillets ol Walleyed Pike, lb. 39c Rosef ish lb. 33c NEW LOW PRICES! IONA CORN, No. 2 Can Case of 24 IONA SLICED PEACHES, No. 2V 2 Can Green Bay Whole Ker- 14'A-ox. nel GOLDEN CORN Can Case of 24 A & P Grade A Pure Full Qt. GRAPE JUICE Bottle Sunnyfield Enriched 50-Pound FLOUR Percale,Bag lOc $2.35 25c IOC $2.35 35c $*.29 Carton of 10 Packs All Popular Brands CIGARETTES $1.79 A & P Grade A PUMPKIN IOC No. 2Vi Can .. , A & P Grade A No. 21/2 1 A*. SAUERKRAUT Can 1UC Case of 24 $2.35 Vitamin "D" Enriched WHITEHOUSE MILK J2c Ann Page NOODLES, 12-ox. Med., Fine or Broad Pkg. lona PORK & ~ Mb. --. BEANS > Cans A>C Wisconsin Red Mclntosh APPLES Full Bushel Basket $1.79 Sunnyfield OATMEAL, Quick or Regular Red Triumph POTATOES Sunnyfield Self-Rising PANCAKE FLOUR Mesh Beg

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