Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 15, 1948 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1948
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i6 l/UeeK at i/j our By LYDIA MARGARET BARRETTE, Mason City Librarian "Can I get figures and plans for running- a skating rink at the library? "Where can I find data about delicatessen shops? I want practical figures as I'm considering going into the business." Both these questions have required considerable correspondence at the Library to get the best material available. When the library tried to rent material on skating-from Minneapolis, they reported difficulty in finding such material too and suggested the U. S. Department of Commerce, Industrial Small Business series. The library has a file of these bulletins and had already checked them but a letter to the department brought information about a company in Chicago that might produce a brochure and did. It is called -"Running a Rink to Pay." The Government Bureau has a retail bakery bulletin to help on the delicatessen question and a letter to the bureau may bring additional addresses to help answer that question more fully. Has New Baseball Books Baseball is the great summer sport for boys and men and there are 2 new baseball books that will interest these baseball fans. They are "Cincinnati Reds" by Allen and "Pittsburgh Pirates" by Lieb. Some of these same men and boys will be glad to know that, getting ready for fall, the Library has added "Science of Trapping" by Kreps. Quick freezing in the home is becoming more general and the library has added 2 new books to meet the need of persons with new freezing units. They are "Food Freezing" by Gortner and "Quick Freezing and Family Food Gardening" by Morrison. Travel is the order of the day during . the summer vacation months and for those planning trips, the library has been adding some attractive books as well as gathering travel folders on, display at the desk. Cataloged this week are "Land of Shorter Shadows" by Gardner, "When the Cathedrals Were White" by Le Corbusier, a book about America translated from the French in which language it was written by a Swiss architect, "Central Northeast" by Look, •"'New York City" by Look, "Throw Me a Bone" by Lothrop telling what happens when you meet an archaeologist, "The Highland Heart in Nova Scotia" by MacNeil, "It's an Old Pennsylvania Custom" by Mitchell, "Wyoming Cattle Trails" by Rollinson and "The Green World of the Naturalists" by von Hagen. New Books on Music There are 3 new music books, "Listening to the Orchestra" by Barne, "Keep to the Keyboard" by Foldes and "The Art of Judging Music" by Thompson. "Fascinating Advertising Business" by Bird, "Cutting Advertising and Printing Costs" and "Small Space Advertising" both by Printers Ink" have been added to the business, shelves. "Book of Airs" by Campion, "Love Poems" by Dickinson and "Sayings of Confucius" in attractive format will be found in the literature section. In psychology the following titles will prove useful. "Know Your Real Abilities" by Broadley, "Your Plans for the Future" by Detjen, "Psychology of Growth" by Beverly and 2 titles by Men- rtinger "Psychiatry in a Troubled World" and "You and Psychiatry." There are a number of good new biographies, "I Love My Doctor" by Barkens, "Two Quiet Lives" by Lord Cecil, "Donald of China" by Selle, "Enjoyment of Living" by Eastman, "Anson Jones" by Campbell, "All Trivial Fond Records" by Harper, "A Scientist With Perry in Japan" by Morrow, "Brother Van" by Smith, "Stranger in the Earth" by Sugrue," "George Horace Lorimer" by Tebbel, "The Stature of Thomas Mann" by Neider and "Benjamin Silliman" by Thompson. N E WS of RECORD Police Court Double Parking—Merle Klnrsbnry, 8S4 Jackson S. W., forfeited 32 bond. Intoxication—Fernla. Miller, city, sentenced to 15 days In the county jail. Dakee M. lallackson, Joice, fined $10 and costs. Births Reported (At Meroy Hospital)— Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John IV. Allen, 1012 Monroe N. W., Tuesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Christiansen, Osaje, Wednesday. Clear Lake Courts Traffic Law Violations—Failure to observe stop sign. Carl Groh, Mason City and Milton Reed Dawson, Clear Lake, each fined 55 and costs. Improper pass- Ing, Charles J. Minor, Des Molnes, fined $1U and costs. No operator's license Michael Moorhead, Mason City, fined 95 and costs. New Car Sales William Milloy, Rockford. Hudson; Wood Conversion Co., 105 IDth Place N. E. v Chevrolet; Edward Symens. Sheffield, Chevrolet; S & It Chevrolet Co., 18 Washington S. W., Chevrolet; Martin Wearda,' Sheffield, Chevrolet; A. F. Llndell, Doughrcrty, Chevrolet; Ruth Nelson, Clear-take, Chevrolet; Harold Fron- Ing, Dougherty, Chevrolet; Tag's Auto Service, 215 2nd S. W., Lincoln. Divorces Filed Victoria Wllller against Everett TVHHer on grounds, of cruelty. She asks custody of 2 children and such temporary and permanent alimony and support as the court may decide. Married at Elve- don Hall, England. March 9, 1<J15. Separated July C, 1018. Marriage Licenses William Kelner, 45, and Linda. Romanl, 44, both of St. Paul. COME NOW! A typographical error caused some embarrassment to the office of the clerk of the court at Anamosa last week. Included among the assets of an estate was the item, "One wicked love seat." A block of salt taken from a mine in Poland contained remains of marine animals similar to those found in the Mediterranean sea. Night AUCTION AT THE Kanawha Sales Pavilion KANAWHA, IOWA, ON HIGHWAY NO. Ill FRIDAY NIGHT, JULY 16 STARTING AT 7:00 P. M. A great demand for all kinds of stock at our sales. Get all that your animals are worth — consign to Kanawha. Our auctions are bigr. Always lots to sell. Come early and see the" consignments before we start selling. We always aim to please consignors and buyers. Let us know what we can do for you. We'll try to co-operate. Have a good run of cattle, pigs, hogs and sheep for Friday night's sale. Be with us at 7:00 o'clock. H. Brummund, Auctioneer & Manager Livestock AUCTION FRIDAY, JULY 16 12:00 Sharp 3OO — CATTLE — 3OO The run will include Stocker and Feeder Steers and Heifers of all weights; Fat Steers and Heifers; Butcher Cattle of all kinds; Springing Cows and Heifers; Bulls and Veal Calves. * L The demand for all butcher cattle is very good. All classes of killing cattle are selling at an all time high. We advise selling your fleshy grass cows and heifers at this time as they are sure to be lower when they start moving out of the Western States. Bring in your cattle. We Appreciate Your Consignments. HOGS All Feeding Pigs and Sows are in demand. Bring in those Wet Sows. SHEEP We have a lot of inquiry for Ewes with Lambs at side. The Fat Lamb market is very high. CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO THE CLEAR LAKE AUCTION COMPANY FOR PROMPT SALE AND COMPLETE SATISFACTION. CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO. MM«B City GI»b«-G»i«t!t, Mas*n City, la. July 14, 1948 ALL MEAT TOP pUALITY NONE HIGHER NATIONAL- mmK I RATH'S TENDR'D SMOKED PICNICS SHORT SHANK •*/ 1 C CELLO WRAPPED LB. AT OUR SAITARY Delicatessen COUNTER YOU'LL FIND POTATO SALAD RATH'S MULBERRY — LEAN SLICED BACON Ib. TOP TASTE ENRICHED WHITE BREAD IlCcoof 2 EGG PAYING 40c DOZ. PRICES ARE EFFECTIVE THURS., FRI., SAT. JULY 15th, 16th, 17th VALU-WAY — BEST CUTS CHUCK |i',-,: F '•*?*, *!*/' BAKED BEANS BEEF Ib. K« CtfH £^'/ > .> <\>"'V* > *'f ?' _ ' . •" > Fresh Doily Lb. 33 SKINLESS ib. 49 CALIFORNIA ELBERTA 1 '/2-lb. Loaves Vt'W^'V V'-N" IP f'is*^*" ;*•*••. •!/,r3 &!-'.. Sandwich Buns OR FRANKFURTER BUNS pi RATH'S BLACKHAWK — 10 TO 12 LB, AVG. S3 NATIONAL ° f n- RITZ CRACKERS .. DUTCH TWINS SUGAR WAFERS .. VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS ... UEilON JUICE REALEMON COiTE AGAIN—1948 PACK PEAS G-oz. No. 2'X. Can 12-or. Bottle ^C *.«>C Can BLUE LABEL KARO SYRUP 53c Dozen EGGS 40c 2 Lbs. Whole or Half tfiiiiW- '•&*%$£ '&?* SMOKED u> J^SiSKfl CALIF. SANTA ROSA RED PLUMS 29c Lb. HOME GROWN FRESH BEETS 3 Bchs. CARROTS FRESH GREEN TOP FRYERS Cleaned Washed No Charge ib. 53 ' » Z" 4 SUNKIST LEMONS HENS Cleaned W r ashed No Charge ib. 43 LARGE SIZE SPAM, MOR PREM, TREET 47 12-0*. Con 6$£$ CVVfttfJ mm fc. vv j '-•*•>, -rt^ •>. >:i{Wt5 %''i^ j"? • :s;-i^Jl */••• »^!V*e '-*. •,< txr^i* ^-••* ^*t-utU FILLET OF BONELESS HADDOCK ib. 33 •w.-VV* v.; *'; ^^R^??*.! ••!?. iv f .(^' ^fe3 •>-*-••"• •> Pfcr. SWANSDOWN. BOriASUUK. SNO-8HKEN CAKE FLOUR ^j^; 37c NATCO EVAPOfl*T€D MILK ... .3 "££• 42c NATCO RASPBERRY PRES€R¥ES . 1B ;~ 35c TOILXT TISSUE ARCO CHARMtN T«S«E . .4 ^ 3Se CORM $T*RCH KRAFT VELVEETA CHEESE 2 Ibs. 98c TOILET SOAP—a BATH SIZE BARS 27c CAMAY SOAP TOILET SOAP—2 BATH SIZE BARS LUX SOAP . . . . . 3 £ 27e SUNKJST VALENCIA ORANGES 49 Brnj^«w^«W,w=x^?/!*^:?^ s^te^«a-. : ^*-»'- B«rs BUTTER Pound OCEANS OF SUDS TIDE 34c INSTANT RICH SUDS V E L 31c NATCO ROOT BEER 3 GINGER ALE, COLA 24-ci. Bottles •OTTLE DEPOSIT CALIF. WHITE ROSE POTATOES U. S. No. 1 GRADE 10 "» 57c CALIFORNIA ! SEEDLESS GRAPES SUGAR SWEET 29 C Lb.

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