Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 23, 1949 · Page 7
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Praises western Concord Grape for Fine Farmer Injured in Power Takeoff Allison — John Marks, farmer living northeast of Allison, suffered painful injuries to his right arm when his jacket caught in a power takeoff used to operate a post hole digger. The machinery was going full speed and twisted his arm and pulled him from his seat on the machine. Judge Conies Across Memphis, Tenn., (U.R)—W h e n Judge Harry Adams heard a juror whisper that his honor was chewing tobacco and "didn't even ofCer us any," he pulled out his plug and passed it around. Records show that the Arctic tern, whose legs were banded in Maine and Labrador in July, migrated to southern France and western Africa in the fall. One bird flew more than 8,000 miles when less than four months old. Concord Grape Conserve for Iowa Grapes Given Visiting the fruit markets in California, Mrs. Reeves finds mid- western Concord grapes—and an honest salesman. She thinks such grapes have no equals as to flavor and sends a recipe for Iowa Concord conserve. Plain or iodized More people use Morton's WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS To hear native Californians discussing "Foods" you would imagine they were feeding the world and that no product of importance is equal to the ones produced in the Sunshine State (when it isn't smoggy!) The products here are varied and wonderful but that is true of any state in the union if conditions arc favorable. Iowa corn and apples are outstanding in my evaluation. Midwestern pears and Concord grapes find no equal so far as the delightful flavors are concerned. At the largest market here operators were advertising "Midwest FREE DELIVERY Orders of $5.00 or More m\ .. N/E. PKONE 1722 Our Low Mark-up Policy Brings You the Best Quality Foods For Less Complete Line Drug Sundries and Cosmetics S -^r....... *e& DECKER'S SKINLESS 49c DECKER'S u.. 4ic LEAN END CUT — 10 TO 12 SIZE ONE REGULAR SIZE CAKE AT NO EXTRA CHARGE ;with coupon when you buy either Regular CHOICE BEEF 53c CLEANED READY FOR THE PAN SPRING |? th Size cakes 25C cakes 25C FRESH PORK large / with \ (couponr COMBINATION OFFER i VEL 1 1 CAN CARNE 55c BOTH FOR ONLY cans Complete Line of Fresh Package CANDY, Ib 20 Blooming and Jonquil Bulbs Size Daffodil ... $1 With Label From Pound ( of Chocolate Cream A Q COFFEE, Ib. HtJC CAKE MI X Mrs. Kropman's BAKE GOODS FRESH DAILY BREAD, «£ 1'/2-Pound . *j Vienna Loaf BREAD : WHITE BREAD, Small Loaf '..... PECAN ROLLS, Pan Butter Rolls, 6 for. . ... 20c Maple Rolls, 6 for. ... 20c Large Raised 4? DON UTS . . O for RYE BREAD, With 4 or Without Caraway JL Angel Food CUP CAKES, doz. CREAM PUFFS, Lemon Filled .... Jp*» ea. Whipped Cream, 4 for 25c DELICIOUS PIES Struddle, dozen 60c Real Purripernickle Bread 10c COOKIES, doz. . TOILET TISSUE, 4 Rolls Large, Juicy Calif. ORANGES, Doi.. ADD ONLY WATER Minute Maid FROZEN PURE ORANGE JUSCE Makes 3 /4"Quart . 4 FLAVORS • Devil's Fudge • White • Golden • Spice PER PKG. DELICATESSEN CHICKENS Cooked, fc| g£fc Ready to Eat ^JJLfJjV up Whole Fried Spring CHICKEN, Each . , BAKED BEANS - POTATO SALAD - BARBECUE RIBS Pickles - Olives • Rolls Complete Line of • KOSHER COLD MEATS • FANCY FISH • DAIRY FOODS Good Grade No. 3 Sieve 3 No. 2 Cans Combination Offer • 1-lb. Decker's SAUSAGE • Ranch House Pancake Flour <£> P/z-lb. Jar of SYRUP ALL 3 FOR ONLY 67c CANDY 2 for BARS, DOUBLE DSP ICE CREAM CONES All Flavors. Each PICKLED PIGS FEET, Pint 12c Sugar '.L.85C Eggs Doz. Butter u,.64c BLUE STAR POTATO CHIPS FREE! 2 LBS. COFFEE Every Tuesday 2 LBS. BUTTER Every Thursday Register Free Today! BE SURE TO '20.00 REGISTER FREE Every Month Concord Grapes." I asked at several stands ii! the grapes were really as claimed. Finally a salesman said "These grapes are California grapes raised 1'rom mid- western stock transplanted here." I thanked him and told him that at last I had found just what I was looking for—a truthlul man—and bought a bag of "Thompson's Seedless," California's best grapes. The following recipe is for Iowa Concord conserve: 2* quarts ripe grapes 1 cup hot water 4 cups sugar 1 cup orange palp 1 can drained, crushed pineapple 2 cups seedless raisins H cups broken walnut meats. Wash grapes, separate pulp and skins. Place pulp in sauce pan; simmer 10 minutes'. Rub through sieve. Add water to skins, bring to boiling point and simmer 15 minutes or until thick. Add other ingredients (except nut meats.) Boil slowly, stirring occasionally, 45 minutes or until thick. Add nut meats. Pqur into hot, sterilized pint jars, filling to top; fasten covers at once. A. Stoltenberg Services Held Rites Conducted at Local Funeral Home Funeral services for Mrs. Anna M. Stoltenberg, 61, who died suddenly Sunday, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Patterson- James chapel, with the Rev. Alvin N. Rogness, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, officiating. Mrs. Harold Wolfe sang "In the Garden" and "Abide With Me.' Mrs. Earl Ehlers accompanied at the organ. Mrs. Lou Miller and Mrs Chester Millard were in charge of flowers. Pallbearers were Ace Clark Frank Kelck, John Jenkins, Jin Kelly, Roy Sharp and Herber Zirbel. Interment was at Rockwel cemetery. The Patterson-Jame, funeral home in charge. HERE and THERE Waucomti — Mrs. Glenn W. jehrcns, chairman of Fayette ounty Federated Women's clubs, and Mrs. Will J. Havtson, both of /Vaucoma, attended a meeting of 2nd district county chairmen at Elkader. Cresco^Mrs. Arthur H. Wilson was hostess to the opening meeting of the Cresco Wa-Tan-Ye club in her home here Monday evening. Dumoiit—Mr. and Mrs. Ray t Boots and daughter Marian accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Louis Van Horn and daughter Mary Lou of Sheffield to Waterloo recently where they joined Mrs. Francis Hendrickson and son Freddie and V. R. Boots at a picnic dinner celebrating the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Van Horn and Ray Boots. Hake—Marlin Ingebritson of Wabasso., Minn., visited at the parental Albert Ingebritson home. Dumont—Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pfaltzgroff and daughter of Port- land, Ore., have arrived in Dumont, where they will now make their home. Ackley—Mr. and Mrs. Albert Benning are the parents of a son born Sept. 16. Thornton—Mrs. Rozelle Soren- Sept. 22, 1949 x 27 Mason City Globe-CaieUe, Mu«n Cl<y. X». sen is visiting in South Pekin and Farmer City, 111., this week, Chapin—Mrs. F. A. 'McCoy has returned home from a few week's stay at Superior, Wis., where she had been through the hay fever season. Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. Lismore Stole and Lois were recent visitors in the Ray Mills home near Renwick. OURS! AT NO EXTRA COST Heat-proof FIRE KING JADE-ITE BOWLS with purchase 50 pounds PRIf F GOLD MEDAL'KSK3 FLOUR A &P SUPERMARKETS Mason City and Clear Lake Stores 10e,?,0c KEN-L-RATION Can 16c elping the omem a ke t By Cecily Brownstone THE BRIDE COOKS DINNER First-Course Avocado with French Dressing Broiled Chicken Mashed Potatoes Broiled Tomatoes Bread and Butter Crisp Cookies Beverage FIRST COURSE AVOCADO WITH FRENCH DRESSING Ingredients: One-fourth teaspoon salt, dash of freshly ground pepper, dash of garlic salt (if desired), sprinkle of paprika, 1 tablespoon olive oil, 1 teaspoon chili sauce, H teaspoons cider vinegar, 1 avocado. Method: Put salt, pepper, garlic salt (if used), and sprinkle of paprika, in a small mixing bo\yl or custard cup. Add the olive oil, chili sauce, and vinegar. Beat well with a spoon. Cut avocado in 2 lengthwise and lift out the seed. Place each avocado half on a dessert-size plate; do not peel. Beat dressing again ^and spoon half of it into each avocado cavity —there will be a little less than a tablespoon for each portion. Serve immediately with teaspoons. Makes 2 servings. You don't have to strain your eyes to find low prices at Earl's Fruit Market. You're surrounded by them. They're here — there — everywhere — in every department — because we make every price a low price every day. We do it by being as careful in our buying as you are in yours and as economical in our storekeeping as you are in your housekeeping. So shop here today and every day. You've never seen so many low prices in one place. It doesn't cost to trade at Earl's — It Pays! Liquor Law Held Invalid in Illinois Springfield, 111., (#>)—The Illinois supreme court Thursday held invalid the state's mandatory fair trade liquor act which regulates package liquor prices. Under the 1947 law, liquor manufacturers and distributors were required to file fair trade contracts with the Illinois liquor control commissio?i fixing minimum retail prices. The prices were uniform throughout the state. Justice Walter T. Gunn of Danville, who wrote the opinion, declared the act unconstitutional on technical grounds. He did not pass on the question of the legislature's price fixing powers whicn had been raised in the case. Gunn held that the act violates the state constitution because it is "not complete in all its terms .... so that every person may know by reading the law what his rights are and how it will operate when put into execution." LAST CALL! Watermelon LB.TIN Cuban Queens All Guaranteed LAST CALL, TOO, FOR PEACHES LB.TIN 50c AMERICAN CRYSTAL BEET SUGAR 10 , b , 89c COLORADO — MARKET PRICE KE1FER CANNING PEARS Bring Your Own Container $1.98 Bushel PUMPKINS 2 for I Acorn 25c I SQUASH Each lOc Hunt's 2—14-oz. Botls. CATSUP 29c Charmin 4 Rolls TISSUE 29c Clean Sweep Each BROOMS . 79c Fresh OYSTERS Pint 69c Happy Host 2 No. 2 Cans CORN 25c Bulk VBNEGAR Gallon . 49c Carnation 2 Cons MiLK . 25c Fresh Frozen Pound PERCH 39c JONATHAN or WEALTHY APPLES Bushel $1.93 Texas 10 for I Sunkist Dozen GRAPEFRUIT 47 c ORANGES 29c BOILING OR SEASONING ONIONS NEW NORTHERN WHITE COBBLERS 10 Ibs. 29c WEALTHYS JONATHANS Jergen's Large Size Lotion and Shampoo APPLES Cigarettes $1.79 Decker's lowana LARD 16c Fresh Clover Crest BUTTER 61c 8-lb. . Bag 39c 100 Ibs. $1.98 3 ib, 29c Clearfield CHEESE Decker's lowana OLEO Pound ONE REGULAR SIZE CAKE AT NO EXTRA CHARGE with coupon when you buy either j^tf Regular Size FRESH COUNTRY EGGS 49c Dozen MorVELous for , Dishes, lingerie, l3rj,C^ Stockings, Woolens, (with coupon])' AttJM" Cleanser / wifh% \coup<xi/ 17i 17

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