Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 7, 1949 · Page 9
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, October 7, 1949
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Rites Pending for Farmer Near Osage Osage—Funeral services were Incomplete Thursday for Arthur E. Boejcmeier, 70, who died suddenly of a heart attack at 6 p. m. Wednesday at his farm home near Osage. Mr. Boekmeier was bora at Roseville Oct. 12, 1879, son of Mr. and Mrs, Christian Boekmeier. He was married to Anna Kingfield in 1908. They lived near Charles City, then near Orchard and near Little Cedar and moved to Osage in 1945. Survivors are the widow, sons William at home and Hubert at Osage, a. daughter, Mrs. Eldy Elsberry of Minneapolis, and 3 sisters, Mrs. Lou Ackenbach and Miss Emma Boekmeier, both of Charles City, and Mrs. Lydia Franke of northern Minnesota. The body is at the Champion funeral home where the rosary was to be said. Col. Strike, Retired, Guest of Nashua Kin Nashua—Col. and Mrs. Clarence L,. Strike of Seattle, Wash., recently visited Nashua relatives including Mr. Strike's little granddaughter, Judy Strike, daughter of his son, Lt. Clarence E. Strike, who is serving in Panama. The granddaughter makes her home with her father's aunt, Mrs. A. D. Leaman, while her father is in the army. Col. Strike recently retired from the U. S. army service and attended a reunion of his old Co. A 109th Iowa Engineers at Iowa City last week. Officers Named Garner — The Concord Yanks held their annual meeting and elected Lyle Hall, president for the ensuing year; Kenneth Knop was elected vice president; Winton Dorow, secretary-treasurer and Gordon Grimm, reported; Merle Hall was elected local club leader for the year. ***** REFINED Carries FUVOR MORE THAH v — - ^ I, 924,000 TO TH* ° Globe-Gazette Photo TAKEN FOR A RIDE—A 3 foot, 10 inch snake was taken for a ride on Delmar Harris' tractor and didn't come back, as the movie gangsters say. Harris, right, was. driving the tractor when the snake crawled up a front wheel and through a hole underneath into the machinery. Charlie Smith, the hired man, is holding the snake by the head. Han-is is holding the dust plate which had to be taken from under the tractor radiator before the snake could be gotten out. Harris farms the Lapiner place southeast of Mason City. Joice to Organize Unit of Boy Scouts Joicc—Fourteen boys gathered at the Joice school Monday evening for A pre-organization meeting of Boy Scouts. Horlon Bolin of Clear Lake, a Boy Scout executive, took charge of the meeting. The boys enjoyed games and learned knot tieing. As soon as enough boys qualify, a charter will be applied for and there will be an official Boy Scout unit at Joice. LaVerle Field is acting scoutmaster and Earl Hagen and L. B. Bredeson are assisting. Date Set for Hearing on Ditch Assessment Garner—The report of Commissioners William Henschen, engineer, William Boehnke and T. C. Nelson, who were recently appointed to classify lands and es- Blue Bonnet win PAY YOU 30* TO TRY 1 LB. OF Blue Bonnet Buy one pound of Blue Bonnet Margarine. Tear off the end flap that bears the Good Housekeeping: Seal, and mail with your name and address to Blue Bonnet Sue, Box 7, Brooklyn, 1, New York. 30c will be refunded to you. Only one refund to a family. Offer expires in, '30 days- Distributed by Kurtz Food Specialties Phone 1207 AT RAIZES SUPER SERVICE MARKET YOU'LL FIND FREE!! / $5 Basket of Groceries No Purchase Necessary ... All You Have to Do Is Stop in and Sign Your Name! • FROZEN FOOD • Minute Maid ORANGE JUICE Can 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. Phone 264-5-6 For Storewide Service Penick WAFFLE SYRUP FREE D A A L Y L SATURDAY Raizes are Serving Pancakes 5 Lb. Pail 49 Made from DIXIANNA Pancake Flour, Served With Penkk's WAFFLE SYRUP and Nosh's COFFEE. It's ALL FREE. Be Sure to Come in and Try Some! Farm Fresh EGGS .Dozen . . . 49 Mother's Best Flour 50-lb. Bag 29 WALLACE'S KNICKERBOCKER *A QUALITY SILVERPIATE Stnd feday far Mili levity l.atpoen In b.outiful Roi- onn« Pattern, No m*n*y iM.d«d. Jut I itnd two lain! I from Dlxtenna Fancalc* Mix. S«nd to DIXtANNA, R. Wdllac* ft Sam, Wolltng- ford, Conn.clkut. Hurry. Thlt off .r «ndi loon. DIX1ANNA PANCAKE MIX 2— 2y 2 -lb. Packages . . Pac THRIFTY CUTS Of MEAT] DAIRY FOODS Beef Roast»»47c Slab Bacon u> 55° Fresh Oysters • Capons • Poultry Clover Crest BUTTER Beet SUGAR Pound Carton Package Sweet Blossom OLEO Pound 29c Wrigley's GUM 6 Packages Green Tea 49 Premium CRACKERS 1-lb. Box FRESH VEGETABLES 10-lb. Bag . 25c 100-lb. Bag . . $2.39 U. S. No. 1 Jonathan APPLES 4>»*29c ONIONS 10 BO S 39c * PHILIP MORRIS"! Carton Package , FREE DELIVERY ON ALL ORDERS OF $3 OR MORE $1.79 19c Sola Dress SALAD DRESSING Quart 213-305 South Federal RAIZES SUPER SERVICE MARKET We Reserve the Right to Limit sess benefits In Hancock county drainage district No. 151, In Erin and Amsterdam township, was tentatively approved by Hancock county supervisors Monday. The board of supervisors fixed Nov. 21 at 1:30 p. m. at the courthouse in Garner as a time and place for Got. 6, 1949 29 Mason City Globe-Q»iett», Maion City, la. further hearing on the report and the assessment of benefits. The District of Columbia hai 34 miles of railway. SPECIALS JACK SPRAT GELATIN DESSERT 3 for JACK SPRAT WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN C ORN No. 2 Can MAYFLOWER PORK AND BEANS, With Pork and Tomato ^ Sauce, No. 300 Can J for MAYFLOWER CHERRIES, No. 2 I**-. RED PITTED Can «JV CHUN KING lc SALE— SUBGUM CHICKEN MUSHROOM CHOW MEIN, 1—16-oz. Can , 58c CHOW MEIN NOODLES, 1—4-oz. Can lc BOTH FOR 59c FLAVOR-KIST SALTINES, 4 in 1 Pak . . Pkg. DELFUCH ?Q M MARGARINE . . . ...... . ____ Lb. J5C BLU WHITE FLAKES, * lc Sale ....... ....... ..4 for CREAM OF 28-ox. 30c CAMPBELL'S Tomato Soup 101/2-OZ. Can 10 WHEAT Pkg. BROWN BEAUTY No. 300 -M- SPANISH RICE Can £)v JACK SPRAT BLUEBERRIES No. 2 in Heavy Syrup Can OCEAN SPRAY 16 -°*-flft-t CRANBERRY SAUCE Can l7V JACK SPRAT No. 2Vz ^A« FRUIT COCKTAIL ....... Can >" JACK SPRAT EGG NOODLE 16-oz. A*CHICKEN DINNER Jar i|j£ POTATOES, U. S. No. 1 Idaho Russets Minnesota Cobblers . RUTABAGAS, Northern Grown ORANGES, California Sunkist. 10 , b s 53c ID, 29c 4u,,29c 2d«49c CABBAGE, Crisp, Green Heads Lb. Chocolate Cream COFFEE 1-Pound Bag 53< BAKING NEEDS— SOFTASILK CAKE FLOUR or SWANSDOWN 44-or. CAKE FLOUR Pkg. CALUMET BAKING 16-ox. < ft- POWDER Can 1 jf£ JACK SPRAT 1 Vz-oz. <)Pf j, VANILLA, Pure Bottle L j V HERSHEY'S DAINTIES Pkg. HERSHEY'S 19c 1 Ib -/!1i* COCOA Pkg. I|1V CREAM OF TARTAR, Jack Sprat Pkg. KANDY KORNER— Brach's Royal Anne Choc. Covered Cherries.'. Jack Sprat Marshmallows, 10-oz. ,Pkg Brach's Chocolate Peanut Clusters ....... for Lb. 35c Salted Cocktail Cashews Salted Spanish Peanuts 12-oz. Pkg. 16-oz. Pkg. JACK SPRAT SLICED 2Vz-oz. DRIED BEEF Glass JACK SPRAT 34c SALAD DRESSING . Jar 2"C JACK SPRAT ORANGE PEKOE TEA, Vz-lb. 1/4-Ib. Pkg. 3lc . Pkg. JACK SPRAT 15-oz. PEANUT BUTTER Jar LOG CABIN 12-oz. SYRUP Tin GLENDALE CLUB 2-lb. CHEESE FOOD Box DIAMOND BOOK Box MATCHES of 50 DIAMOND MATCHES, 16 cubic inch Carton of 6 boxes WHITE COTTON FLANNEL GLOVES, SCHOOL SUPPLIES- FILLERS, Wide or Narrow Rule 8-oz. 59c 37c 29c 73c 15c 45c 25c PENCIL TABLETS, Wide or Note Size. TYPEWRITING PAPER 2 tor 9C 2 for 9C 9c THESE PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCT. 7-8 , Mason City Stores THOMPSON-O'NEIL CO. 121 North Federal Phone 312 C & E GROCERY 1002 East State Phone 5486 CHICAGO MEAT & GROCERY 626 S. Jackson Phone 996 CARL GRUPP 1323 North Federal Phone 420 Out-of-Town Stores L. Y. JACOBSON W. S. KELSEY OLSON'S W. H. DIETRICH ART WHITE G & L Nora Springs Rudd Rockford Osage Bolan Floyd, low*

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