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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, October 7, 1949
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Red Cross Reports Mrs. Vener Head Volunteer Services %l The appointment of Mrs. J. J. Vener as chairman of volunteer services for the Cerro Gordo chapter of the American Red Cros^ was announced by Roy B. Johnson, chairman of ,the chapter, at the October meeting of the axecutive committee Wednesday night. Roy B. Johnson, chaptei 1 chairman, presided and announced that the November meeting would be for the entire board of directors. At that time the by-laws committee, Fritz Beck, chairman; Johnson and Miss Baird, will re- port on the revised by-laws of the chapter. Mrs. Vener succeeds Mrs. Frank D. Pearce, who is vice chairman of the chapter. Mrs. Vener reported that Mrs. J. B. Youngblood, J.r., had accepted the work of production chairman of volunteer services and in this connection' it was announced that the production department has taken a new quota to be completed by Dec. 1. The group will make 20 card table covers and 50 bedpan covers for hospital use. In September this group sent 25 wheel- chair cushions to the Des Moines veterans hospital. Entertainment Chairman Named Mrs. George R. Henely has accepted the chairmanship of entertainment and instruction for volunteer services, Mrs. Vener further reported. Kenneth R. Church, water safety chairman, reported a total of 803 certificates issued for swimming during the 1949 season. A statistical report of certificates issued during the past 4 years was given indicating the quick growth of the program as follows: 1946, 167 certificates; 1947, 315; 1948, 660; 1949, 803. In connection with the adult education program for which registration, is now in progress, it was brought out that the chapter is co-sponsoring classes in swim- 100% PURE — PKG. Lard '2USOFED MARKET PHONE 916 NORTH IOWAS LARGEST MARKET From the Form jo You at the Lowest Prices in Town. 4-5-lb. Average— SPRING FRIES • • Only CHICKENS Fresh, Home Dressed. The Best You Can Buy. A Chicken For Every Dinner Table. ib. FRESH GROUND Hamburger .. Ib. 35c TENDER SIRLOIN STEAKS IT 9 DM, I Mutton Stew. Ib. 15c 4-6-lb. Average— Roasting Chickens. 0n iy 32= ming and life saying, home nursing and first aid. Life saving will be at 7:30 each Monday night and a course in swimming at 8:30 each Monday night beginning Oct. 17. These classes will be conducted by volunteer instructors at the Roosevelt junior high pool. Junior Red Cross Discussed Appointment of a chairman for Junior Red Cross was discussed and it is expected that announcement for this appointment will be forthcoming soon. Having a Junior Red Cross member on the board was also discussed as was the possibility of sending a delegate from that group to the national convention. Announcement was made by Chairman Johnson of a conference to be held at the Y. W. C. A. on Oct. 14 for chapter personnel in Northern Iowa with the St. Louis staff in charge. The conference will hold registration at 9:30 a. m. and will close at p. m. It will be divided into groups: Administration and fund raising; nursing activities; Junior Red Cross and home service. Home service report showcc the case load for September to total 149. Of these 19 were ac- j tive service, 128 veterans or dependents and 2 civilians. FRESH COUNTRY STYLE Pork Sausage, Ib. 35c Vidgeway Gets First Hard Topped Streets Ridgeway — The Iowa road juilding company of Fail-field is blacktopping 40,000 square feel of dgevvay streets this week, prac- .ically the entire street area of the lown. It is the first time in tbn community's existence it has hard- topped highways. Attend Council Eagle Grove — Lynn Howell, president of the Eagle Grove high school student council, Laurel Wilson, Thomas Chclesvig, Donna Johnson and Dot Anders, state student council secretary, and Al- ton Quintard, high school principal attended the 3rd annual convent tion of the Iowa Association of Student Councils held in Marshalltown. Miss Anders was one of 3 senior .cabinet members to be elected to serve a 2nd year on the cabinet. TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD Oct. 6, 1049 31 SI as on City Globe-GazeUe, Mason City, U. TENDER, MILK FED Veal STEAKS CHOPS 49 Ib. PORK, Veal Hearts.. Ib. 35c FRESH, LEAN Side Pork . . . Ib. 58c FRESH Pigs Feet.... Ib. 15c SLICED BREAKFAST BACON Ib. 4$c FRESH OR SMOKED Ham Hocks... Ib. 29c! PORK Back Bones... Ib. 15c Tender Beef. Pot Roast Tender Beef Short Ribs. Tender Round Steak 62 Ib. Leg o' Mutton, Ib. 25c SLICED Dried Beef, »i Ib. 30c Sliced Liver.. Ib. 20c Mutton Chops. Ib. 25c DECKER Pound Smoked Sausage. 35c Pork Cutlets.. Ib. 55c Lock Photo MRS. J. J. VENER —Heads volunteer services Charged With Drunk Driving Lyle Radtake, 35, Rock Falls', waived preliminary hearing and was bound to the grand jury Thursday on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Bond was set at $500 by Police Judge B. R. Dunn. Radtake was arrested by Mason City police at 8:01 p. m., Wednesday in front of 313 E. State, after his auto struck another from the rear, driven by A. J. Bracken, 313 E. State. Bracken told police he was headed west and making a lefthand turn into the alley when struck by Radtake's car. Slight damage was done to both autos. Claude Yokes, Rock Falls, riding with Radtake, was fined $10 for intoxication. North-wood—Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Sponheim and daughter, Marlys, of St. Ansgar visited Mrs. Helm a Hogan and family recently. 9 I I 1 \rioit DONE SRE/\T BEST-LIKED CRACKER! NEW TM6S PREMIUM It's the cracker sensation of the century—the new PREMIUM SALTJNE CRACKERI It's everything you've always loved in your favorite PREMIUM CRACKERI But thinner .. . crisper... tastier! We specially created it for you— after taste tests in 6,960 families! Hurry up and try it —you'll say "America's fastest selling cracker" is... MAPE TO MR- and MRS. 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Ib. 2c SUNKIST, LARGE Oranges . . doz«35c SPINACH, Ib 15c CAULIFLOWER LARGE HEAD 29c GROUND CHERRIES PARA SABOR -LOS DE MEDELLIN! This gentleman is from th« Province of Antioquia, Colombia, and he's saying that the Medellin coffees grown there- coffees used in blending Nash's Coffee—are the most fragrant coffees -in .the world. PARA FRAGANCIA — LOS DE BUCARAMANGA This young lady is from San* tander, Colombia, and she's saying fhat the 'Bucaramanga coffees grown in her fair district are the most delicately flavored. She's right, and that \vhy the premium priced is Bucaramangas are used blending Nash's Coffee. m SI; PERO SE NECESITAN LOS MAMIZALES! This gentleman agrees, with one exception — in order to blend a truly .great .coffee the full- bodied Manizales from his native Caldas are necessary. The gentleman from Caldas is right, too. That's why all three of these rare premium coffees are used in blending Nash's Coffee. This blending results in a coffee so exceptional in flavor that millions will accept no other. Buy Nash's Coffee,., in tha, cheerful red and gold tin. NASH'S COFFEE cups from every pound!

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