Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 7, 1949 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, October 7, 1949
Page 11
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.Cresco Host to District FWC Cresco—The annual meeting of ^ the Iowa Federation of Woman's "clubs of the 3rd district will be held Tuesday in the Cresco Methodist church with Mrs. William Aves of Marshalltown, district director, presiding. Three hundred delegates from 14 counties are expected, accord- 1 mg to Miss Genevieve Kennedy, Howard county federated club chairman. Miss Kennedy is in charge of preparations for the convention. Hostess clubs are the Tuesday,. Friends in Council, Twentieth Century, Clio and Woman's club of Cresco; Today's and Tomorrow's clubs, Elma; and the Oneotaaclub, Lime Springs. High Officers Present <« Yfl u ,, th Guida nce" and "Mental ^Health." will be the convention theme. Sixteen state and district officers will be present. Registration will start at 8:30 a. m. followed by the business meeting at 9:15 which will be conducted by District Chairman Mrs. Aves. Following group singing of "America," the Hev v George W. Turner, pastor of the Cresco Methodist church, will give the invocation. Mrs.. C. E. Melcher of Cleat- Lake, will lead the pledge of allegiance to the flag; Mrs. H. R. Schroeder, Cresco, will bring greetings, and Mrs. E. E. Rasche, president of the Tourist club of La Porte City; will give the response. State officers will be presented at 9:40 a. m., including Mrs. Fred Lovrien, Spencer, president; Mrs. Martin Van Oosterhout, Orange City, first vice president; Mrs. Harold Nissen, Walnut, 2nd vice president; Miss Sara Nolt, Marion, recording secretary; Mrs. I. A. Hankin, Iowa City, correspond- ing secretary; Mrs. E. E. Taylor, ] Jr., Traer, treasurer; Mrs. L. E. Qualley, DCS Moines, secretary of slate headquarters; Mrs. Eugene Cutler, Des Moines; editor of Iowa Clubwoman; Mrs. Oswald Daniclson, Jewell, extension secretary of Juniors. District officers, counly chairman, and the local convention committee chairmen will also be introduced. Will Direct Forum At 10:30, Mrs. W. A. Seidler of Jamaica, slate chairman of the youth guidance committee, will be moderalor of the forum on "Youth Guidance." Eight department chairmen will participale in the discussion. "Mental Health," a new division of women's club work, will be discussed by Mrs. E. T. Peterson of Primghar, division chairman. Following a 12 o'clock luncheon to be served in the Assumption Catholic church hall, the convention will reconvene at 1:15 p. m. with demonstrations on club workshops. There will be 23 of the workshops under supervision of Mrs. Harold Nissen, Walnut, and 8 department chairmen and division chairmen. Mrs. Robert W. Wood, Cresco, will lead the Howard county women's federated club chorus, which will sing al 2:15. State President Mrs. Fred Lovrien and First Vice President Mrs. Van Oosterhout will deliver the afternoon addresses. Mrs. Lovrien's subject will be "Meet Your Federation and Mine." Mrs. Van Oosterhoul's theme will be "Your Business and Mine." The hostess clubs will serve a courtesy tea in the church parlors following the convention. Counties included in the 3rd district are Black Plawk, Brcmer, Butler, Ccrro Gordo, Chickasaw, Floyd, Franklin, Grundy, Hardin, Howard, Marshall, Mitchell, Tama and Worth. ^sss^ssssmsmsssssms^^ Good Cooking Cobblers White Cobbler POTATOES 100-lb. Bag Early OHIOS 100-lb. Bag GARDEN FRESH \ FRUITS cW ; \ VEGETABLES E- END OF THE SEASON CROP— WATERMELONS . . . Ib. 2c FROM ILLINOIS— KEIFFER PEARS . bu. $249 For years, 18 to be exacf, people of North Iowa have looked to Earl's Fruit Market as the leader in setting low prices on all foods. We do it by constantly watching the market. Our old slogan of "WE DON'T MEET PRICES— WE MAKE THEM" is familiar to thousands of North Iowa housewives and tells our story in one sentence. Get the Earl's habit and save every day on every item. Remember, !t doesn't cost to trade at Earl's—it pays! PIE PUMPKINS Your Choice. . . Acorn SQUASH, each IOC Boiling, Seasoning ONIONS, 10 Ibs.. . Tokay GRAPES, 2 Ibs Happy Host PEAS No. 2 Can Happy Host KRAUT No. 2 Can 19c MUSCATINE Sweet Potatoes... 3 Ibs. 25c Super Chef Mayflower SPAGHETTI, 300 Tin PORK & BEANS, 303 Tin Campbell's Golden Glow TOMATO SOUP, 303 Tin PUMPKIN, No. 2Vz Tin Siloam Cut Siloam GREEN BEANS, 303 Tin SPINACH, 303 Tin Greenies Joan of Arc PEAS, 300 Tin KIDNEY BEANS, 300 Tin SNOW APPLES JONATHANS WEALTHYS Choice bu. CALIFORNIA JUICE ORANGES, 288 size Dozen , 29c Lb. 50c Mixed Pound Nuts ...43c Delicious $2.95 Fancy, Bushel Cranberries 27c Eatmor Pound Cigarettes $1.79 All Brands, Carton . . . . Bottle Kingsbury BEER...10C 24-Bottle Case . $2.40 Str'berries Golden Pound Bananas 17c Blue Goose, Frozen, Pound Perch Fresh Frozen, Pound 33c Skinless Pound Wieners 49c Sliced Pound Bacon.. 45c Cake Flour 35c Sno-Sheen, Box Sugar Beet, 10 Pounds Clearfield 2-lb. Box Cheese.. 67c Gallon Hi-lex.. 45c Peaches Hunt's. Vz's or <fl fl- Sliced, No. 2Vz. . 17V Pears Hunt's Bartlett, No. 2Vz 29c Decker's Pound lOleo ... 29c Decker's Pound Lard... 15c ITALIAN PRUNES I SALAD DRESSING Gallon.. 49c I Quart.,. 29c DAILY 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. CLOSED SUNDAYS CHARM1N OR 4 ROLLS NORTHERN TISSUE ... 29c fresh Creamery Pound Butter... 59c Fresh Country Dozen EGGS ... 49c Plan Study of Kindergarten at Conference Ccdiir Falls — More lhan 100 persons arc expected to attend the kindergarten conference at the Iowa State Teachers college Saturday, according to Miss Dorothy Koehring, chairman of the conference. The one-day" meeting opens at 9 a. m. with a greeting from Doctor M. J. Nelson, dean of the Teachers College faculty. Miss Ncith Headley of the Uni- versity of Minnesota will be the 1 principal speaker. She will ad-' dress the conference on "The Needs of 5 Year Olds." Miss Headley is a kindergarten teacher in the elementary school at the University of Minnesota. The purpose of. the conference is to clarify the new legislation relative to 5 year olds in school. After July 1, 1952, no child will be admitted to kindergarten unless he is 5 years old on or before Nov. 15 of the current school year. If the school has no kindergarten the child must be 6 years old before he will be admitted to the 1st grade. Following Miss Headley's address a symposium—Arthur Car- penter, state supervisor, Iowa department of public instruction, Irving H. Hart, Teachers college archivist and historian, and Miss Julia Sparrow of the department of teaching will discuss "Preparing to Put Our Law into Effect— 1952." Three discussion groups—rural, consolidated and town schools— will conclude the morning session. Miss Mildred Alexander, elementary adviser at Ft. Dodge, will lead the town school discussion. Two Teachers College faculty members, Miss Lou Shepherd of the- bureau of extension service will head the rural school discussion while Miss Rebecca Baker of the department of teaching, will Oct. «, 1949 27 Maion Clly Globe-Gsiett*, Maion City, Ik. lead the discussion for the consolidated school section. Following a luncheon at th» Commons the visitors will tour the campus. Attends Meeting Eagle Grove —John Barzcewskl, a member of the executive committee of the north central district of Iowa Education association, recently attended a committee meeting and county council meeting in Humboldt. Mr. Barzcewski is an instructor in the Eagle Grove junior college. No. 1 Washed COBBLERS 100-lb. Bag FOOD CITY SPECIAL POTATO SALE We Have the Potatoes and Every Bag Is Guaranteed. See Our Potatoes Before You Buy. 2.29 1.99 2.89 3.29 3.25 jfr -^j^-samr • OTATOES Minnesota Washed COBBLERS 100-!b. Bag .... They're Beauties — U. S. No. 1 PONlIAvS 100-lb. Bag Red River TRIUMPHS 100-lb. Bag Idaho RUSSETS 100-lb. Bag $ Fancy Onions, 10 Ib. Mesh Bag . ... : . . 39c Acorn on Buttercup Squash, Ib.. ... . . 4c Muscatine Sweet Potatoes, 2 libs. 15c New Cabbage, Ib. ....r^.-.r. - 3c No. 1 Jonathan or Delicious Apples, Bushel -.-.-. - $2.39 IN MASON CITY ITS FOOD CITY FOR FRUITS AND VEGETABLES DECKER'S IOWANA SAUSAGE SALE The Name Mason City Knows Best DECKER IOWANA PORK SAUSAGE ROLLS DECKER IOWANA SMOKED SAUSAGE DECKER IOWANA SKINLESS FRANKFURTERS Ib. Rath's Blackhowk No. 1, Cello Wrapped Maryland PICNIC HAMS V:,^ b : «, 33c OYSTERS CAPONS — FRYERS — HENS — CHOICE CUTS — LAMB — VEAL Mrs. Clark's GARLIC I Pilsner DRESSING, | 0- BEER, 8-ox. Pottle AOV I Case . $2.29 It's New — It's Good PERMA-STARCH, Bottle 69c N. B. C. Premium CRACKERS, Pound Box 23c PIUSBURYS Btfl 5-lb. Bag 43c FROZEN FOODS Honor Brand CUT CORN, Pkg. . . . . 24c HADDOCK FILLETS, Ib - 33c BONELESS WHITING, Ib 1 5c BOOTH'S STRAWBERRIES, 16-ox. Pkg .' 43c JUMBO SHRIMP, Ib. 87c KLEENEX 2 Boxes 35C FRESH COUNTRY doz. Shotwell's CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRIES Pound Box . 45c Kraft VELVEETA CHEESE, 2-lb. Box Large Pkg. With Your Coupon 15c White Sail Premium Tissue 4 Rolls Creamettes or Spaghetti 3-lb. Pkg 49c WRIGLEY'S GUM 10 Pkgs. ..,.,.<„.= 35c 20 Pkgs. .._.,., 69c Blue Bonnet OLEO Every Day Low Price CIGARETTES Camels, Carton Philip Morris, Carton $1.79 $1.79 Heinz Ketchup 18c I Bottle PEARS Hunt's Bartlett, No. 21/2 Can. . 29c MAGIC WASHER With Silverware Pkg. 34c Lady Borden Old English TOFFEE 35c pt. Bring Us Your Colgate, Paimolive and Procter & Gamble Coupons Special Low Prices ••>•«« »T t KKAFT i Miracle Whip SALAD DRESSING Qt. 45c COFFEE Hills Bros., 2 Pounds . 98c "Wne*e Tue Wise ECONOMI 1515 SOUTH FEDERAL

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