Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 23, 1949 · Page 9
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, September 23, 1949
Page 9
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S. B. DeArmoun Dies in Hospital Services to Be Held on Friday Afternoon Samuel C. DeArmoun, 75. of 107J- S. Federal, died at a local hospital Wednesday, following a lingering illness. He had been a resident of Mason City for the past 21 years and had engaged in the real estate and insurance business here. Mr. DeArmoun was born Nov. 10, 1873, at Dumont. He came to Mason City from Dumont 21 years ago. Surviving, are his wife, Bertha, 3 stepdaughters, Mrs. R. R. Buchanan, Mason City; Mrs. C. R. Deal, Menomonie, \Vis., and Mrs. Paul Wilcox, Cherokee; a brother, Roy DeArmoun, Los Angeles, Cal., and 3 sisters, Mrs. Bert Iffotson, Los Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. 'Chct McPherson and Mrs. George Bell, Fresno, Cal. Funeral services will be held at the Major Memorial chapel at 2 p. m. Friday, with the Rev. Paul A.' Peterson, pastor of Wesley Methodist church, officiating. Interment will be at Har'Jan cemetery, Dumont. The Major funeral home in charge. Dieckmann Assistant Manager of Leeds, Ala., Cement Plant R. R. Station Prettied Up Wakefield, N. H., (U.R)—Dozens of potted geraniums, begonias, petunias, coleus and other plants grown by the station agent, Clarence' O. Martin, beautify he Boston & Maine Railroad Burleyville station here. BLUE BARREL SOAP • Heaps of Suds —Even in Hardest Water • Marvelous for Floors, All Woodwork • Gets Clothes Whiter, Brighter- Faster • Makes Glassware Sparkle, Dishes Gleam COMPARE BLUE BARREL SOAP FOR COST wit!) Anything YouVs: Ever Used— Herbert T. Dieckmann, former Mason Cityan, has been promoted from chief chemist ;mcl inspector of the Universal Atlas company plant at Northampton, Pa., plant to assistant plant manager at Leeds, Ala. Announcement of the promotion came from I,. M. Funderburg, vice president, operations, of this U. S. Steel subsidiary. Dieckmann was born in Mason City, the son of George P. Dieckmann, for many years chemical engineer for the Northwestern States Portland Cement company. His mother is still living at 1103 Jefferson N. W. Mr. and Mrs. Dieckmann have one daughter, Georgia. Mrs. Dieckmann was the former Nora Gustafson. From Georgia Tech Dieckmann was graduated from the Georgia School of Technology in 1932 with a B. S. degree in ceramic engineering. He also took a post-graduate course in chemistry at Pennsylvania State college From 1932 to 1941 he was associated successively with the Mason City Brick and Tile company, the Twin City Brick and Tile company of St. Paul, the Rockford Brick and Tile company, Rockford, and the Northwestern States Portland Cement company, Mason City, in various capacities as engineer and chemist. Joined Atlas in 1941 Dieckmann joined Universal Atas in 1941 as chemist at Northampton, Pa., where he was appointed chief chemist in 1943 and inspector in 1946, which position he held until his present appointment. Dieckmann has been active in Boy Scout work, serving as scoutmaster for 6 pears. He was recently awarded the scoutmaster key as well as the God and Country Lutheran scouting award, lie was a member of the Allentown Foui Square club, past president of the Four Square club, past presiden' of the Allentown Philaletic society member of the board of the engineers club of Lehigh valley and member, of the Lehigh Valley section, American Chemical society ;is well as a member of the vestry of the Christ Lutheran church, Allentown. Mrs. E. Jensen Dies Suddenly Funeral Services Are Not Complete Mrs. Eleanor W. Jensen, 59, died suddenly Thursday morning at her home, 524 10th N. E. She had been i resident of Mason City for the ?ast 50 years. Mrs. Jensen svas born Sept. 15, 1890, in Denmark. She came to (Mason City from Denmark, and had made her home here since that time. Surviving are her husband, Antonius Jensen, 2 daughters, Elizabeth, at home, and Mrs. Eleanor Ccrney, Mason City, a step daughter, Mrs. Esther Robinson, Cedar Falls, and 2 stepsons, Emanuel Jensen, Mason City, and Tage Jensen, Soloms, Maryland. She was a member of Radio chapel. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Major funeral home Sheriff Laughs Last Ann Arbor, Mich., (U.R)—A prac- ical jokester offered his friend's ar for sale to a deputy sheriff as laugh-getter. Inside the car the deputy found a slot-machine. The is in charge. HERBERT T. DIECKMANN FOR BETTER BUYS AT THE ... Fresh Ground Cherries Clear Lake Sweet Cream Butter Ib. 63c] PHONE rniiiT LJini/rT22m 542 FRUIT MARKET FEDERAL SHOP HERE AND SAVE California Pascal CELERY .. stalk IQc Fresh Load . . . Excellent Quality Concord GRAPES Market Basket Size Red Pontiac Northern 100-lb. Bag POTATOES ... $2.95 Yellow Globe ONIONS Bag 49c Large Size Sunkist ORANGES . doz. 29c Buttercup SQUASH lb.4c Westfield Maid Quart GRAPE JUICE ..33c Libby's or Del Monte Bartlett PEARS . -.^ 30c 12-oz. Can CORNED BEEF.. 43c Snowhite—Average 3 fo 4 Ibs. Each CAULIFLOWER. 29c Fresh Pound GREEN BEANS.. 19c TURNIPS .. belt. 15c Ocean Spray, Strained or Whole Cranberry Sauce ISc Libby 46-oz. Can Tomato JUICE... 25c 12-oz. Can FRESH FROZEN FOODS Fresh Frozen Bird's Eye 12-oz. Strawberries . 37 c Fresh Frozen 6-oz. Can Orange Juke.. 21 c Bird's Eye Ocean Pound Perch Fillets.. 39c BLU-WHITE *£ Safe ' ri Air EC f Get one package tor * \ rlAIVO ^k with 3 at usual pri for Loin End.Cut . PORK ROASTS . . Ib. 49c End Cut PORK CHOPS . . . lb.39c SWEETHEART ••THE SOA«TBAT-AC(lie$ .WltH'V.OOR SK)N Beef CHUCK ROAST . . Ib. 49c Veal SHOULDER ROAST . Ib. 53c SPRING FRYERS — CAPONS — FRESH OYSTERS (otihmry State purchase Sioux Bee Honey ... Ib. 29c Soda Crackers ... 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HEINZ Baked Beans 2 Tall Cans 29 HERE ARE REAL SAVINGS PALMOLIVE ONE REGULAR SIZE CAKE AT NO EXTRA CHARGE with coupon when you buy either Regular Size 3 cakes Urge cakes) BRING US YOUR COUPONS from .^ Colgate-Palmolive 23 c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT FAB VEL Urjc / wi* Vcoupon 17 17 M • M^f"*«*f **•"** large ^ mm A J AX OeaKer 2 U--> 17 MarVELo* M ' Sista, Unpri*, Stoking, Woota;. (with coupon^ 213-305 South Federal RAIZES SERVICE MARKET Free Parking at Rear of Store

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