Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 4, 1949 · Page 5
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FEDERAL FRUIT MARKET 223 No. Federal Phone 542 FOR THE BEST NORTHERN GROWN POTATOES BUY AT THE FEDERAL FRUIT MARKET RED TRIUMPHS, 100 IBs. $2.95 IDAHO RUSSETS, TOO Ibs $4.35 FOLGER'S COFFEE ,» 51c LIBBY'S BARTLETT PEARS IN HEAVY SYRUP ... No. 2Vz Size Can 30c ONIONS Sack 29c BEST GRADE APPLES Bushel Basket- $1.95 FRESH SELECT OYSTERS P., 65c 19c No. 2 Con Cream Style CORN, 2 for. <%|f 4>| Early June *3V|PEAS, 2 Cans Opportunities Are Provided for Crippled "Opportunities for physicially handicapped persons to earn a living are constantly on the increase in Iowa." This statement was issued this week by 'Governor Bearclsley's committee for National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week. "Even in Cerro Gordo county, YOU SAVE AGAIN CLOVER CREST '' . BUTTER M. 49c FRESH OYSTERS Pinf 55c IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES 10-Pound Mesh Bog BLUE STAR Shoestring Potatoes 2 Can , 29c Camel $ Cigarettes, Ctn.. . 1.79 Nash Coffee Lb... 49c Crescent Spaghetti ^', Jlc White Sail Premium TISSUE Rolls 8RM61/5 YOM PMCT&iG/IMBtE COUPONS PHONE 1210 roxrcrci " WHCXC THE W/SE Eco*o*tt26 1515 SOUTH FEDERAL SAVE RAIZES SUPER SERVICE MARKET Specials For Tuesday and Wednesday BEEF SHORT RIBS n. 19 dozen 49 • FRESH COUNTRY EGGS BEET SUGAR 1Qibs.87c CAMEL CARTON $1.79 Cigarettes pack I9c COBBLER Potatoes 10 Free Delivery All Orders $3 or More FREE PARKING FACILITIES FOR CUSTOMERS i You are sure to find this parkin? lot most convenlen.1 when you are ihop- plng al our store. Located at the rear of nur store. You will find all our departments within easy reach from your car. Parking: Lot Entrance on Delaware Just Off 2nd St. S. E. For Store- wide Service Phone 264-5-6 We Reserve the Right to Limit RAIZES -MARKET 213 South Federol a number of disabled men and women who have been especially trained for a job have been placed recently," said Howard Benshoof, chiiirmun of the Iowa committee for Die rehabilitation and employment of the Handicapped. "And their employers find them loyal, careful, faithful workers," he added. The Iowa committee is composed of labor, business and government organizations which are promoting the observance of National Employ the Physically Handicapped week, Oct. 2 to 8. The public agencies participating in the committee's program are TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY SPECIALS FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER lb 39c CANADA DRY GINGER ALE Bottles 25c POPULAR BRANDS COFFEE , b 49c Mrs. Kropman's BAKE GOODS FRESH DAILY DAY OLD ... 1/2 PRICE COMPLETE LINE FRESH FISH Bring Your Soap Coupons to KROPMAN'S the Iowa commission for the blind, the Iowa stale employment service, veterans placement service and the Iowa division of vocational rehabilitation. The committee is interested in telling the handicapped of lax supported services for ' medical and vocational diagnosis, physical resloralion, training and placement which are available through public agencies serving both disabled civilians and veterans. During the week of Oct. 2-8, it is planned to tell prospective employers that it's not what a man has lost, but what a man has left that counts. Jobs wil! be needed for these men and women when they have completed their period of rehabilitation and training. Records in state agencies working with the handicapped indicate there are approximately 2,000 disabled civilians currently undergoing the services of medical diagnosis, vocational planning and job preparation. In addition, there arc 2,500 disabled veterans now n ceivin,3 vocational training m Iowa under the Veterans administration. These persons will need jobs within the next year. Hence the Iowa committee's appeal to industry, private employers and farmers to provide work and an income opportunity for trained disabled in Iowa. KROPMAN'S GROCERY 19 9th St. N. E. 2usoFED MARKET PHONE di NORTH IOWAS LARGEST MARKET Tender Beef SHORT Pound Ribs 20c Pork or Veol Pound Hearts.. 35c Tender Beef Pound Liver ... 35c Mutton Pound Chops ... 25c SLICED Dried Beef lb.30c SLICED Bacon Ends lb. 22c MILK FED Veal Chops 8 Steaks, lb. 45c LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PBOlIATE OF \VILt, STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County ss. In District Court. No. 7222. Sep tember Term. 1D49. To alt whom It may concern: You are hereby notified, that an In Ktrument o£ writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Julia Durr Deceased, dated March 21, 1940, having been this day filed, opened and read Monday, the 17th day ot October, 1S4S is fixed [or hearing proof of same at the Court House In Mason City. Iowa, bcfon the District Court of said County, o the Clerk of snid Court: and at 2 o'clock P. M., of the clay above mentioned al persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said Instrumen should not be probated and allowed a and for the last Will and Testament o said deceased. Dated at Mason City. Iowa, Septembe IE, 1949. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy Written Applications lequired for Medals M/Sgt. James E. Freeken, NCO n enrage of the United States rmy and United States air force ecruiting station, 207 Postoffice 'Uilding, Mason City, announced hat American defense service nedal, World war II victory medal, American, Asiatic-Pacific and uropean-African Middle Eastern campaign medals will be no longer distributed by veterans organ- zations, recruiting stations and other army installations. Veterans eligible for service medals must now submit written application, in letter form, to the adjutant general, or chief of staff, United States air force, inclosing certified or photostatic copy of discharge or certificate of service. M«»on City Globe-duette, Mnon City, la. Oct. 3, 1949 15 Svvaledale—Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Bailey of Stuart visited several days.with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Von der Linde. ANNOUNCING NEW STORE HOURS BEGINNING MONDAY, OCTOBER 3 Hours Will Be 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Daily 9 A.M. to 9 P. M. Fridays Closed All Day Sundays EARL'S FRUIT MARKET 1607 South Federal PRICES EFFECTIVE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY VALUE WAY SELF-SERVE MEATS PORK LIVER Follow the Leader YOUR NEW FAREWAY STORE FOR THE LOWEST PRICED GROCERIES IN MASON CITY Coffee Has Gone Sky High — Take Advantage of This Bargain. CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE SWIFT'S ALLSWEET OLEO GOLD STANDARD Salmon 1 lb. can ... LIBBYS PEARS lb. 27 35 33 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received at the office of the City Clerk of Rockford, Iowa, until 10 o'clock a. m., October in, 1949. for widening the pavement on Platt Street, from Spruce to Ash Street, 5 ft. on the South side and 81i ft. on the North side, in accordance with the plans and specifications orTfUe In 1ne offico of the Clerk of said City, whicn Plans and specifications are by this reference made a part hereof. The approximate extent of the work is as follows: ' Removal of curb—WO lin. ft. Kcmoval of walk—720 sq. yds. Turing with Integral curb; ii ft. wide—205 sq. yds. 8!i It. wide—S10 sq. yds. Sidewalk construction—1040 »q. ft. Copies of plans and specifications may be obtained from the City Clerk, or from Ralph H. Wallace, Engineer, 718 E. State St., Mason City, Iowa, by depositing §5.00, which will be returned to each bona fide bidder upon return of the • plans and specifications in good condition within a reasonable time. Each bid must be submitted on n Proposal form obtained at the office of the City Clerk and must be accompanied by a certified check in the amount of lO'/c of the bid, drawn on and certified by n bank in Iowa, payable to the City of Rockf9rd, which check shall be forfeited to the City should a successful bidder fall to execute a proper contract and furnish an acceptable bond for the faithful performance thereof within 7 days after the date of the contract. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be promptly returned. Work must begin on or before October 17, 1D4S, and be completed by November 5, 1949. All Proposals will be opened and acted upon by the City Council, at the City Hall, Rockford, Iowa, at 10 o'clock a. m October 10, 1949. The right to reject any and all bids is hereby reserved by the City Council. By Order of the City .Council, CLIFFORD N. SPIVEV, City Clerk New Topper IT PAYS TO USE THE G-G WANT ADS! BAKERY SPECIALS TOMATO BREAD 1116C DUTCH APPLE COFFEE CAKES L ern 35c FRESH ROLLS Baked Daily at 4:00 P. M. MEAT SPECIALS LEAN, ALL BEEF GROUND BEEF ,„ 29c DECKER'S ALL MEAT SKINLESS WIENERS U.3SC THESE PRICES EFFECTIVE TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY FCONOMICAL FOOD I>ISTRIHIJTIO.N Here's ! a fashion-wise flare back topper to make in a shortie or three-quarter length ... to wear with or without a handy detachable hood included in pattern. Perfect choice for camel's hair or ever popular plaid. No. 2846 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38 and 40. Size 16, longer length with hood, 3 5/8 yds. 54-in.; shorter length, 2J yds. 54- in.; separate hood, 7/8 yd. 54-in. Send 25c for Pattern with Name, Address and Style Number. State size desired. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. Every home sewer • needs the Fall Winter Fashion Book—a delightful, inspiring presentation of the best in fashion. Over 150 smart, practical easy-to-scw pattern designs for all ages. Price just 20 cents. Send now for your copy. Fresh Wafer Sliced lb. 19 C U. S. GOV'T. U. S. GOOD BEEF HORT RIBS lb. 2 SLICED, CELLO WRAP CANADIAN STYLE BACON Vi-lb. Pkg. OUR QUALITY WE PRIZE! OUR LOW PRICES WE MAINTAIN! Two Fine Stores To Serve You 12 FIRST STREET N. W. ON-THE-SQUARE 613 SOUTH FEDERAL PLENTY OF PARKING OLEOMARGARINE SWANCO LB. 25 CRYSTAL BEET SUGAR 5LB. BAG 45 FOOD CLUB Shortening 3 LBS. 79 BEST FOR BAKING IDAHO RUSSETS 10 LB. MESH BAG 49 EATMOR—CHERRY RED CRANBERRIES LB. CELLO PKG. 23 NEW CROP YELLOW ONIONS 10 LB. MESH BAG 39 TENDERED—SMOKED HAMS STRING HALF LB. 39 PAN READY—BABY WALLEYED PIKE LB. 29 CENTER CUT—YOUNG TENDER Pork Chops LB. 55

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