Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 9, 1948 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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Friday, July 9, 1948
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20 July s. M»*a City GI*k«-<HM*H«, Mai** CRy, U. Bug Control Measures Suggested By ERNA NERNA The grim spector of insect-carried disease epidemics is again making its annual summer appearance in the United States causing sanitation officials to urge an all-put war on insect pests. Epidemics of polio and malaria have already been reported in Texas, but effective control of flying insects such as flies and mosquitos will greatly aid in minimizing any further outbreaks. With the current national bug population at an astronomical figure, insect control authorities are renewing their efforts in the promotion of effective bug control measures. Many city and county governments are co-operating in general area spraying but officials •urge that the campaign be carried right into the home where housewives can now combat the insect menace with new and better bug killers. Many Changes Made The use of household insecticides has seen many changes since the end of World war II, less than 3 years ago. As a result of wide- spread publicity given DDT as *h* C| n j nia £hf)Wer Gl miracle insecticide of the war this tlOinC ^nOWCF \3l well-known bug killer was ex-1 |j tremely popular immediately fol- ilOnOlS U lowing the end of hosliiities. The old-fashioned fly spray had prgc- It was. annqunceu Thursday by instead combating the war-developed tically disappeared and housewives were bugs with DDT. DDT had several faults, however, and insecticide chemists set out to develop an even better insecticide ingredient, one that would do a more thorough, year- around job on household bugs. Their research resulted in the development of Chlordane, "10 68," an ingredient 3 to 10 times more powerful- than DDT and waterbugs. *!S3& ON PURCHASE OF FLAVOR- RITE VANILLA FLAVOR Flavor Rite VANILLA INITMON FLAVOR •iinoiMigin I o«r«ni*7 an.on ^s^—-i __ ,——""TOO' boy * I P^r^-" 1 te^i^-— flAVOfl-R/rf Does not BAKE out or FRIEZE out. on roaches Chlordane, "10 68," is import- __. nt as a lasting, residual spray, must jut insecticide chemists blazed least new scientific trails to produce than he new miracle quick-killing ac- ivator, Extane. Now, these 2 modern insecticide ingredients have Deen combined to create an all purpose bug killer that kills prac- __ ically every type of crawling and | lying insect found in the home. Two-to-One Favorite Probably one of the most successful products containing Chlordane, '10 68" plus Extane is IOOK-KILL Bug Killer, a product of the Cook Chemical company of Kansas City, Mo. Recent, impartial surveys conducted throughout the south and mid- west show that COOK-KILL, although orily on the market for 2 years, is currently a 2-to-l favor- .te over its nearest competitor. Officials believe that the success of this product points to the excellence of newly-developed Ex- tane as an insecticide ingredient. The discovery of Extane, however, has not halted further scientific insecticide experiments. Insecticide chemists throughout the country are still searching for more perfect bug killer ingredients and the Cook Chemical company itself has recently constructed a new, modem plant, which is devoted to scientific research and testing equipment. Frank Schultz Rites Conducted in Chapel; Burial at Plymouth Funeral services for Frank Schultz, 65, who died suddenly Sunday following an illness, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Patterson-James funeral home, with the Rev. Paul A. Peterson, pastor of Wesley Methodist church, officiating. Mrs. Harold Wolfe sang "Beautiful Garden of Prayer" and "No Night There." Pallbearers were M. E. Richardson, R. E. Miller, T. B. Coons, H. D. Davis, G. G. Whipple and F. A. Hacker. Burial was at the Plymouth cemetery. The Patterson-James funeral home in charge. officials of Oklahoma A. and M. college, Stillwater, Okla., that Elaine A. Showers of Mason City Vas one of the students whose name appeared on the dean's list of distinguished students for the spring semester. H. H. Flinn, assistant registrar, said that this is the highest scholastic honor which can be attained in one semester by a regularly enrolled A. and M. student. To be eligible for inclusion on the dean's list, Flinn explained, a student must be enrolled in a1 least 15 semester hours work anc must make a grade average of at Kappa Phi, ih« Phi Bet* Kappa equivalent of land-grant colleges, Swea City Youth Has Art Display Swea City—Wayne Thompson, a young Swea City farmer who is an amateur artist of unusual ability, is sharing the spotlight in an art exhibit at Fairmont, Minn. Earl Prentice, Fairmont, and a Fairmont high school girl are exhibiting paintings and pencil drawings, while Wayne's work is black and white sketches and line drawings in pen and ink. Wayne has had no special instruction in art but has developed his talent into a -hobby of higl "B «C. with no grade lower Students who are consistently included on the d e a n's lis throughout their college career are invited to membership in Ph' pies that have celebrated their golden weddings. One hundred >ersons were expected. merit. HOLD JUBILEE Dumont—The North Centra Iowa Golden Jubilee was to b< held Thursday in the Methodis church in Dumont. This organization is composed of married cou- ALWAYS TOP FULL-WEIGHT PACKAGES POUND. 1 POUND, ft POUND CRESCENT •ttC TENDER IN 5 MINUTES DELICIOUS WITH MEATS. POULTRY, CHEESE. FRUITS, VEGETABLES. FISH. SOUPS Orange Crush 25c Bottles Drip or Regular IIUSMILCCFrEE 51c ENRICHED FAMILY FLOUR KITW UOU1 25 Ibs. $1.75 HONEV AT THE FEDERAL FRUIT MARKET LAMB SHOULDER ROAST Ib. 54c R1BLETS and SHANKS !b. 29c VEAL SHOULDER ROAST Ib. Brookfield LINKS 59c 1-lb. Carton BARBEQUE RIBS Ready to Eat CHICKENS HENS Ib. 49c SPRINGS Ib. 57c 43c CHOICM DRIEI Remarkable Bartlett PEARS, 72^ No. 2V2 Can *3V ^ Best for Juice SMALL, SWEET SUNKIST vS? Libby's TOMATO JUICE, 26-ox. Can. Welch's GRAPE JELLY, Ib 25c I9c Skippy Cream or Chunk Style P'mit Butter 1-lb. Jar. 35c BISQUICK 45c FINE CRISP VEGETABLES Home-Grown GREEN BEANS Ib. ine— noti^ Seal Mayott^se* ^ma^ °Oo-5 •$4 l'& Franco-American SPAGHETTI 2 Cans... 29C Lipton's TEA BAGS 16 Count ;>* ? f'-S^'"-^ •'>', >-' "* ^T^-'r^ - 1 Home Grown FRESH PEAS Ib. Home-Grown JT« FRESH RADISHES . . . 2 bchs. 3 V Home-Grown Fresh GREEN ONIONS bch. CAULIFLOWER Ib. 19c California Pascal CELERY ............ Ige. stalk 19c Santa Rosa PLUMS dox. 29c ICE COLD WATERMELON LINGO BLEACH With Coupon **& ?««ttej ^ CALUMET Mb. Carton ... 19c HESNZ BAKED BEANS ','<>, Schulze & Burch Butter Cookies 25c 11-ox. Pkg. . 15c Morton Plain or Iodized SALT 2 pkgs 19c LIFEBUOY SOAP 2 regular 19c BLUE WHITE 2 for 19c '&W SPEND LESS SERVE MORE FRESH PRODUCE When You Shop of Food City The* is Jutt WKot You Do. Food City Fresh Produce is Cool, Fresh Refrigerated. This Week- City is Featuring- $ UTAH BING CHERRIES 13 Lu Lgb 3.09 KARO Dark Syrup, 11/2 Ibs.. .. 19c PERFEX SUPER CLEANER Makes 25 Gallons of Cleaner 19c COCA-COLA 6 for 25c It's Lemon Time SUHKIST LEMONS , dozen Arkansas Rosy Red TOMATOES, 2 IBs. Home Grown Red RASPBERRIES, pint New Green CABBAGE, 2 IBs.. 7c Fresh Daily Holsum Bread Vine Ripened 1 Qf* CANTALOUPE, each . . ** v New White Shafter POTATOES,100lbs.. . 10 Pounds 39c $3.79 I RED TRIUMPH POTATOES, 100 Ibs. $4.59 [ 10 Pounds 49c Decker lowana — All Meat Wieners Pound .. 48c LOIN END Pork Roast Pound . . 39c FOOD CITY'S Ground Beef Pound .. 59c Decker's Ring BOLOGNA Pickle and Pimento LOAF Macaroni and Cheese LOAF Jellied SOUSE Roast Pork LOAF Hormel Veal Shoulder STEAK, Ib. 59C 29c Veal TONGUE, Ib Roth's Lean 4 2«« PORK STEAK, Ib.. . 4|3v Fresh Dressed FRYERS, Ib Stewing & Baking HENS, Ib 53c 42c Hormel Lean £9«« SLICED BACON, Ib. O^V Bottle 21c KARO DARK SYRUP, T/2 Ibs. KARO LIGHT SYRUP, 11/2 Ibs. 19c Try Them, They're Delicious Flavor-Kist Coconut Bars 28c Package Jclke OLEO Pound . . . . Ants • Waterbugs t caches *Silverrish Scorpions * Flies 59c BEER By the Case Falstaff $2.79 Grain Belt. . . $2.98 BOOTH'S FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS Peas, Squash, String Beans, Mixed Vegetables, Pie Cherries, Cut Corn, Asparagus, Grapefruit 24' Booth's Economical — No Waste FISH Perch Fillets, Cello, Ib 29c Cod Fillets, Cello, Ib 33c Haddock Fillets, Cello, Ib 39c It Will Pay You to Listen to Hiland Tater Quiz Over KGLO — Fresh Daily at Food City 10c — 20c — 35c Pound Can 85c Best Food MAYONNAISE, 8 ox. 29c 16 ox. 53c Mrs. Clark's Fruitop DRESSINGS, 8 ox... BREEZE, Large Pkg. 31c Omar White Cake Mix, pkg. 35c Omar Devil Food Mix, pkg. Ic Both for 36c TOWNE PRIDE ICE CREAM TOPPINGS STRAWBERRY, BUTTERSCOTCH, CHOCOLATE FUDGE, PINEAPPLE 7Vi-ox. Tin 19c NESB1TT ORANGE ROYAL CROWN COLA PEPSI-COLA HIRES ROOT BEER ORANGE CRUSH 6 Bottles for .. 25c Mrs. Clark's Famous Salad DRESSING Pint Quart 39c 65c KELLOGG'S CORN SOYA Z Packages CLOROX Gallon 39c HEINZ BAKED BEANS 3 Varieties. 2 Cans . . . 35c BUDGET BEVERAGE/ 6 Pkgs. 25c DISTRIBUTED BY State Brand Creameries, Inc. win mmw\ KIISUIP MUSTARD FEDERAL B? FRUIT MARKETS SHOP HERE AND SAVE KOOL-AID All Flavors. 3 Pkgs. ... Hills Bros. COFFEE Pound 51c 2-lb. Tin 98c TASTE-RITE PEANUT BUTTER 12-ox. Jar 2§c 2-lb. Jar 65c $5.00 ORDERS DELIVERED FREE PHONE 1210 FOOD^CITY 1515 SOUTH FEDERAL

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