Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 23, 1949 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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Farmers Union Head Favors Socialization Des Moines, (/P)—National FaVmers Union President James G. Patton said Wednesday night he saw no reason why farmers should not take advantage of a socialization program. Patton spoke at the opening session of the Iowa Farmers Union convention here. He said farmers must consolidate as a political body "to assure that 6ur interests will not be overlooked," and added that the farmers' interests are the nation's interests. Patton urged complete support of the Brannan price support plan which he said would guarantee farmers a decent standard of income. He said the plan of Secretary of Agriculture Brannan will be a major political-issue in the 1950 congressional elections. Brannan's plan proposes a guaranteed income for farmers. The convention will continue j Thursday and Friday. Attend Conference Joice —Members of the Bethel Lutheran Brethren string band and a large number of the congregation attended the Young People's conference Sunday at the Lutheran Brethren church at Guckeen, Minn. The Rev. E. ».•. Reisem, former pastor of the Beth'el and Zoar L. B. congregations at Joice and Lake Mills, was host-pastor. An ostrich can kick hard enough to kill a man. POWER You can serve less than 5 minute after you open the can! The finest , ...the lowest posiible cortl / Packed with choice protein-rich Kansas Ciry Fight Breaks Out at Bell Factory Niagara Falls, N. Y., (U.R)— A general fistfight broke out at the Bell aircraft plant Thursday Hi mediation officials were trying-to iron out the few remaining d'ffer- nces barring settlement of the ong strike. The violence occurred along the licket line when some workers ntcred the plant's main gate. Ni- jgara county sheriff deputies vielded clubs to restore order. A union picket, identified as Edvard Lytell, was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge. Sheriff Muisiner said his men mmediately .went into action to .Usperse the mob and succeeded n driving its members back across 'the road. He said a num- ber of men suffered minor injuries during the scuffle. Hold Canning Bee Greene —A group of ladies of St. Peter's Lutheran church met at the church kitchen recently and canned 221 quarts of fruit, INSPECT SALVATION ARMY BUILDING SITE—The high brass of the Salvation Army is shown above inspecting the site of the proposed building for the Mason Citj* corps of the "army" at 104 Adams S. W. From left are: Maj. Edgar H. Tieman, head o the Mason City corps; Capt. H. Conlin, Des Moines,, head of state youth service; Mrs Tieman; Maj. D. E. Norris, Des Moines, who recently assumed the position of state com mander, and Brig. Charles*— ~~~ ~~ Langley, Chicago, territorial property secretary. The 3 visiting officers met with the advisory board and officers of the local corps anc} Architect Karl Waggoner, at the office of Mayor Howard E. Bruce, chairman, Wednesday to discuss plans for assisting in the building program. The Mason City corps has approximately $37,000 in its building fund and is in need of additional funds to erect a building adequate for its program. The building site was recently purchased from H. E. Foster for $13,150 after sale of the Salvation Army property at 128 First S. W. to the city at $16,500 for parking area. The site has a frontage of 82i feet on Virst street, and 132 feet on Adams. TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD Sept. 22, 1949 21 Miton City Globe-G»iette. M»ion City. Ik.. vegetables, including 28 quarts of jelly for the children's home at Waverly. A picnic dinner was served at noon. YOUR FRIENDLY STORE ALWAYS TOP QUALITY FULL-WEIGHT PACKAGES POUND, 1 POUND, i POUND TENDER IN 5 MINUTES DELICIOUS WITH MEATS POULTRY, CHEESE, FRUITS VEGETABLES, FISH, SOUPS SHIMA GROCERY HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE MEATS 622 NORTH MONROE PHONE 534 Lean Meat Pork Steak, Ib. 39 Fancy Grade A Beef Chuck Roast, Ib. ... 49 Have You Tried These Delicious Capons, Ib. . . Drawn - Ready for the Pan ;ac 59 They're Here Johnathan Apples, 4 Ibs. 25 Eat More Fish Haddock Fillets, Ib. 39 For the Quick Meal Perch Fillets, Ib. 35 10 SUGAR. Lb. QQc Bag .... Oil Fresh Home' Grown Tomatoes 3 Ibs 25 FILL YOUR LOCKER NOW! With Good Choice Beef Front or Hind Quarters from SHIMA'S. Buehler Bros. Mkt. 3 DAYS OF SPECIALS c SALE MONDAY Just a Few of the Many BARGAINS at This GREAT SALE Prices Cut Below Cost. Shop Early. Take Advantage of This Sale. \, with the purchase of 5O Ib. or larger sack of GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen-tested" ENRICHED NEW LOWER FOUNDERS DAY SPECIALS ON FRESH HOME DRESSED Direct From ^1 W» W f\ «£* J? mj C* AH Fancy No. 1 Birds the Farm to You V» JH, J| W Mm *U CT fll Home Dressed 3-4 LB. AVG.—PHONE US YOUR ORDER 4-6 LB. AVG.—PHONE US YOUR ORDER SPRING CHICKENS 32 ROASTING CHICKENS .. Ib. The Lowest Prices in Town Buy Them by the Pound Armour's Branded Baby Beef SIRLOIN a* STEAKS Cu " Armour's Branded Beef ROUND M°± STEAKS .... Small Wieners, Ib. 35c | Pork Cutlets . . Ib. 55c Boneless Beef OQ C Stew. O «/ ">• Fresh, Leon Side Pork •M ft/ Ib. Beef Short Ribs. 20 c Ib. FIRE-KING BOWLS Heatproof! You can bake in it! Smooth rounded edgel Attractively shaped! Opaque Jade-Green color! Heavy, chip-resistant! FLOUR For Cereals INDIVIDUAL . . . Casserole ... Storage Bowl FRESH GROUND Hamburger Pork Sausage ••••••••"•••• Fancy, Young Leg o' Mutton Ib. FRESH PIGS FEET MUTTON STEW PORK BRAINS Get from Grocer NOW! Supply Limited! Young, Shoulder Mutton Roast 20 Ib. Tender Mutton O C Chops £g tJ FRESH Pork Hocks .. Ib. 25c Pork Hearts.. Ib. 35c ARMOUR'S HIND QUARTERS BEEF . . . lb.39c 70-80-lb. Average DECKER'S SMOKED Pork Sausage. Ib. 35c SMOKED Ham Hocks... Ib. 30c TENDER Beet Roast... Ib. 43c ARMOUR'S FRONT QUARTERS BABY BEEF.. Ib 35c 70-80-lb. Average KING NUT OLEO . . . lb.25c . HIS SPECIAL OFFER is being made because we want you to try Gold Medal "Kitchen- tested" Enriched Flour and the Betty Crocker recipes that come in every sack! But since your grocer's supply of Jade-ite Bowls is limited — the offer is good only while the supplies last. So hurry—go to your grocer's now and purchase your 50 Ib. or larger sack of Gold Medal Flour at the regular price. He will give you at no extra cost—two of these beautiful bowls as shown above. You'll love More sacks of Gold Medal Flour are Bought than the next 5 Brands Combined! them! Yes, and you'll love the wonderful things you can make with Gold Medal Flour — and the Betty Crocker recipes we develop to take advantage of Gold Medal's uniformly superb baking qualities! From sack to sack, the superior baking quality of Gold Medal never varies. Women everywhere know this to be a fact! That's why more sacks of Gold Medal Flour are bought than the next 5 brands combined! So always ask for Gold Medal—it's the only flour you need for everything you bake! General Mills recpes are tested and re-tested under all sorts of baking conditions ... in homelike Betty Crocker kitchens at General Mills, and in actual home-baking tests across the nation. Look for these Betty Crocker recipes. There's a folder full of them In every sack of Gold Medal Flour you buyl ENRICHED FLOUR GOLD MED1 GOLD MEDAL MAKES WONDERFUL BREAD! "Betty Crocker" mid ••J\.ucben-trsl«f" are res. trademarks o( O«ner«l

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