Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 14, 1952 · Page 18
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 14, 1952
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Aug. 14, 1952 M««on C»f Globa-OaitlU, Mnon Cilf. I* J MIDWAY AT THE FAJtt~Hero'8 an over-all picturo ot the Midvvny at the North lowti ,*, Fair. jGlobc-Gnxotte Photographer; Clitick Gibbw went ntop the fern's wheel Wednesday -afternoon to catch some or the thronK leaving the grandstand after .seeing, trfc Swen- 1 son 'Thrillcucle show. The f/raridstfind and administration building arc at the right, The *Agricultural buildings a r c i n tlio IcCt background. · ' ' · · ' · . ' , ' Filipino Soys 'T/ion/c You' to Lions Club An appreciative FiJjpino said his 'lha/ik you" to the Mason City Lions Club at Its weekly luncheon in the HanfonI Wedgewood room Wednesday noon. Mario S. ,Tong«on, graduate of the University of the Philippines nit now a veterinarian with the government meat inspection force at the Decker Packing p l a n t here, spoke glowingly of America's role as friend of the islands In their aspirations for freedom. Whore other white peoples have continued their exploitation of (he yellow and brown races, the United States from the beginning of its custody over the Filipinos looked forward lo and prepared for their liberation at the earliest possible moment, Dr. Tongson pointed out. Policy Paid Off ·This policy, he asserted, paid off during the war in the Pacific when Ihe Japanese sought to convince the Filipinos that they were Asiat- ics and should cast their Jot with fellow Asiatics. But the story did not stick. The Filipinos, organized * , , - t COOKS H I R E D J;LITTLE CICDAll-- Mrs. Everett Newton, c h a i r m a n ot the hot lunch Jommitf.ce, 'announced Hint Mrs. Ellsworth Emerson and Mrs. Leon- ard Doano were hired as cooks for the coming year, Mrs. Claude Cul- bcrtson was named bookkeeper for the school's hot lunch program also. ,, On Vacation KANAAvilA -- James Aukerman, music instructor, and his family are on a vacation trip lo points in Illinois and I n d i a n a . n guerilla bands, never bowed to! the Invaders. To the question, "Would the Filipinos stand up against the Communists at this Lime?" the young veterinarian replied: "We are at this moment standing up against them." While Huk leadership on the island of Luzon is directed from Moscow, the rank and file revolutionist is only a farmer unhappy over his lot in life, according to Dr. Tongson; His unhappiness is of long standing and stems from an inability to achieve prosperity or ownership over the soil he tills. The new Philippine government (now in its sixth year) sought at first to take over f a r m lands in the center of the strife and divide them among the Huks but It was] found that such division didn't leave the individual with enough land to make a livelihood. M*y Bring Solution Now Ihc approach is to provide homesteads on another island to Huks who lay down their arms and accept citizenship under the regularly constituted government, it was explained. This course may well, bring solution to the problem, the speaker added. Ajiierican prestige among the Oriental peoples was greatly ele vated by a fairness toward the Filipinos unprecedented in the annals of history, according to the magnetic young native of the is lands, s J. C. Welch of Kerrviile, Texas, a representative of Lions International, spoke briefly about the 30 new clubs organized in Iowa within the past year a n d of plans for bringing the total to 250 in t h e year ahead.. Fulton Potter, immediate past Com Put Aside Expensive Flakes and Powders Wash Everything with BLUE BARREL soap · Heaps of Suds--Even In Hardest Water. Glassware Sparkles/Dishes G J c a m . C l o t h e s C o m e W h i t e r , Brighter--Faster. Floors, Woodwork--Spotless In a Jlfty. Never Dries Out _ Hands Like Soap- ·*-O r ^-,J548l less C l e a n s e r s and Chemicals. . The Big White Bar GOBS Twice As for president, was given a certificate by President C. E, Oilman. yJph'n Strom, acting secretary, read-the KGLO headlines. James D. wtiito, formerly of Spencer but now .representing, the Midwest Farm Paper Unit,' Inc., in Chicago, was a .guest. . ·.., , ;.. · · . - , .. · . · · ; . ;.;.:,·'... ';:-;.:, P E A C H E S !..worth waiting for p^ Yes, Colorado Peaches are Surely worth waiting for Finer Peachss cannot be found anywhere than the superbly-flavored, delicious-tasting, naturally sweeter, ju,cy, firm-fleshed Colorado Elbertas- Mountain-Grown for extra goodness. , ,. , . Harvesting starts about August 25. Look for first ormals in your markets soon thereafter. Wait for them. Plan to can or freeze plenty for fall and winter meals. Serve them often in the many delightful fresh fruit dishes. All MESA COUNTY PEACHES ARE SELECTED U.S. GRADE NO. \ mountain-grown for HIGH FLAVOR PALISADE. CtlFTON. AND GRAND JUNCTIOK · ( COLO(!ADd FINE FOODS THIS AD EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Fresh Fruits and Vegetables WATERMELON Ib. 2Hc GRAPES Ib. 25c SUNKIST ORANGES dozen 29c SUNKIST LEMONS dozen 59c TALL CORN Coffee 69 Really Gopd, Frosh Ground Coffee HORMEL'S FINE BOLOGNA t 49c HOR MEL'S' BACON Ib 45c TALtCORN BACON ,49c DECKER'S 1ARD 2, b .27c PECKER'S LONGHORN CHEESE I b 55c BRIARDALE PORK BEANS No. 2 cans PORK CUTLETS 55c DECKER'S BAR-B-QUE R1BLETS t 49c TIDE 27c Grapefruit JUICE 19c .'4 6- or. Can . . WHEATIES ........ 29c G. W. C. SWEET PICKLES Quarr 39c Campbell's Tomato Soup 33c Cans Carnation MILK 3-Si . . . . . . . . 39c ROXY DOG FOOD 3 cons ........ 25c SCHULZE BURCH CRACKERS :..49c Briardale FLOUR 39c Shurfine Shortening 3 Pound Can . 69 FROZEN FOODS Polar Brand Strawberries, 2 pkgs 49c Perch, Ib 33c Whole Sun ORANGE JUICE, 2 cans . . 27c BRIARDALE P'nut Butter 35c BRIARDALE SLICED PEACHES No. 2'/2 C a n . . . 31c We Reserve Ihe Right to Limit Quantities CUT RATE GROCERY, 512 First S. W. -- Ph. 112 JAMES GROCERY, 2424 S. Jefferson -- Ph. 1287 KLUVER MERCANTILE -- Nora Springs, Iowa LA VILLE'S CAROLINA GROCERY, 703 S. Carolina -- Ph. 226 Farm Town Food Market 1453 4th STREET S. E. DISTRIBUTORS OF FINE FOODS ON HIGHWAY 18 OUR SECOND ANNIVERSARY SALE Every Day Low Prices SUGAR.. 1O 99* CARNATION MILK GERBER'S BABY FOOD . . WONDERFOOD MARSHMALLOWS 19 Fun M «BTC Pound MISTLETOE Oleomargarine · . . WATERMELONS BUY BIG AND GET GOOD ONES CANNING PEACHES OUR PRICE WILL BE LOW LARGE 36's CANTALOUPE HUNT'S CATSUP 14-oz. Bottle 19 GOOD VALUE SALAD DRESSING . . . WEBSTER PIE PUMPKIN . No. 2Vz Can 19 Open Evenings Sunday a. m. GROCERY PRICES GOOD IMMEDIATELY TASTY, RIPE, SLICED PEACHES In Syrup. No. 21/z Can No Limit 27 LOTS OF PARKING VETS DOG FOOD i-ib. Cons . - . . . . . AMERICAN BEAUTY VEGETABLE SOUP 101/2-01. Cons . . . . . OLD MILL BARTLETT PEARS No. 10 Can 89 MAGIC GARDEN TOMATOES . . 2 No. 303 Cans 29 IN OIL SARDINES cans ROSEDALE APRICOTS . . No. 10 Can ·In Syrup 89 Red Rooster COFFEE, Ib.. 77 A Daily Feature of Farm Cr Town. 3-fb. Bag $2.25 MEAT DEPARTMENT SWIFT'S SELECT U. S. GOOD Ja*4fe BEEF ROAST . . . . lb -59' LONGHORN CHEESE .Ib. RATH'S KORNLAND BOLOGNA . . SWIFT'S ORIOLE WIENERS . PAN-READY SPRING FRIES . . . MEAT PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "·· 59' FAIR ACRES Frozen VEGETABLES All 101/2, 12, 14-bi. Pac,kogcs lie MINUTE MAID ORANGE JUICE 2 6-ox. Cans. Frozen . . . Mother's Best FLOUR 25-lb.bag . .$189

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