Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 7, 1949 · Page 8
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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so Oct. 8, 1949 Mason City Globe-Ga/.elte, Mason City, In. Seumas MacManus, Noted Irish Author, to Speak Here Oct. 23 Seumas MacManus, the celebrated Irish author who has visited Mason City on several previous occasions, delighting his audiences with his lectures on "Irish Life and Folk-Lore," is to speak at the First Congregational church Sunday evening, Oct. 23, at 7:30. Mr. MacManus is on an extended lecture tour, visiting several of the principal universities and colleges in the mid-west and in the East. He has lectured at some of the nation'^ largest universities as many as 7 times. He is the author of 28 books, some of which have been numbered among "the best sellers." His books include "The History of The Irish Race," an unusually large volume which is used for reference materials in colleges and universities throughout the English speaking world. One of his books has come from the press since his visit in Mason City a year ago. Twelve of Mr. MacManus' books are in the Mason City library. Miss Lydia Barrette, Mason City librarian recently stated in her weekly column in the Globe-Gazette: "When 'Lo and Behold' and 'Bold Blades of Donegal,' by Seu- mus MacManug came in Thursday morning, the staff at the library welcomed them with open arms for there have .been many, maijy calls for MacManus titles both in the Children's room and at the adult desk. Eleven new volumes of his works are on the way to build up the folk lore section at the library." The public has been invited to hear this distinguished author, poet and lecturer at the First Congregational church Sunday evening, Oct. 23 at 7:30 o'clock. SEUMAS MacMANUS Rush Work on Walls of West Union Hospital West Union —Work on the walls of Palmer Memorial hospital at West Union continues, as finish brick and stone have been laid for a large portion of the exterior walls. Tennessee limestone, is being used for the decorative portions of the walls at the east end of the building, around the reception room entrance. Winneshiek County Taxpayers Dig Deep Decorah —For the 9 months ending Sept. 30, Winneshiek county people paid $948,564.93 in taxes. The heaviest payments were made in March ($352,334.77) and September ($278,492.48). Most of the unpaid balance will have been liquidated before tax sale time in December. The state flower of Arizona is the sahuaro cactus. ALWAYS TOP QUALITY FULL-WEIGHT PACKAGES 'POUND. I POUND. 4 POUND I Appointed Adviser Postville —Marian Sonnekalb of Postville has been appointed an adviser in Currier hall, women's dormitory at the State University of Iowa. TENDER IN MINUTES DELICIOUS - VV I T,H MEATS, POULTRY, CHEESE, FRUITS, VEGETABLES. FISH, SOUPS. Here's 7/ie Money-Saving Way To Feed Your Dog LEAN, RED MEAT* HE NEEDS EVERY DAY! BEFORE AFTER Rich in Vital Minerals... Plus All Known "Dog- Health" Vitamins! • Try this quick money-saving way to feed your dog lean, red meat plus vitamins and minerals your dog needs daily. Every can of Ken-L-Ration contains fine cuts of 'U.S. Govt. inspected horse meat. You'll «ee from the very first can you serve that your dog really loves this fine food—it's 10 good for him. Get 3 cans of Kcn-L- Ratinn from your jjrocer or dealer today. Free Dog Book Write today for your free copy of JCen-L-Ra- tion'sbookon Dog Care. Kcn-L- Ratioti Chicago 77, Illinois. KEH-L-RATKIN GOOD and Wfien You Gef Home Late . .. Remember, Lady, HYPOWER is ££T'S ECONOMICAL TOO! When minutes count, let HYPOWER get you out of the spot! In just 5 short minutes you can serve your family heaping bowlfuls of cleli- cioi.3 HYPOWER Chili! It's quick and easy to prepare...and its flavor is out of this world! NEW! DELICIOUS! HYPOWER MEAT BALLS WITH SPAGHETTI SAUCE JUST OHH IHI C»H A&P, TOO, TAKES OFF ITS HAT TO MR. C. WHTT BLOUNT OF WAYNESBORO, GEORGIA -AND TO ALL OUR OTHER GOOD COMPETITORS WHO HAVE TAKEN A SIMILAR STAND C An Editorial From The Atlanta Journal, *jl Thursday, Sept. 29, 19.W Jf Sstts j*,.—^ " « move fci/ *L * the fed«-i« X *• ont '"» Competitor Denounces Suit Against A&P THE BOLD three-column advertisement in the current issue of the Waynesboro True Citizen catches the reader's eye. We quote it ia full. To our notion that advertisement by C. Whit Bloimt states the economic and governmental aspects of the case against A&P with a clarity and forcefulness that most of the editorial comment has lacked. Also it strikes us as a fine example of sports- m-mship in business. Incidentally, it is about as effective an advertisement as could have been written for Mr. Bloimt's "Groceteria". Makes you sort of wish you were in Waynesboro to trade with him, doesn't it? •X- •X- * The A i "°'« tte tosfs dowj) ., hoW ** eosfs d own . "7"* ° Ur ' ey e/. Tfc«»u ° e sc "«e IC X co/i se// !• £sr-j i "—i-r or w c - «"•« Bloun , 5* t *« fifoceteri THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY

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