The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 14, 1952 · Page 20
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 14, 1952
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2O Aug. T4, 19521 ····n Cllr filob«-n»«(lf, M«»on (My. U. Winners at ! ·ill ' ', Hancock 4-H ·+ · Show Listed A '"···' · ' · r/GARNER-- A total of $·12,21(5.4'! worth of 4-H livestock wont across the auction' block at the sale bnrn here Ihls week, to cljinax the annual Hancock C o u'n t y junior achicvement show. The popular ibpby bcof sale of 132 calves went for nn average price of $33.88 per «~In the baby beef Judging, nine calves were good enough' to rate purple ribbons. l?pn Pierce of Cor- With had three calves Hint rated purple ribbons. Others with purple ·ribbon winners were: Larry Orel- 'man, Byron G r e f m a n , Marvin Hoick, Hobby Darrnh, Roger Pringnitz, and Darrell Goll, Other Awird* · -'Along with these purjlu ribbons there were 47 bine, 51 red nnd 35 iWhllc ribbons awarded in the haby _bee£ show. ,'..The dairy classes saw "J4 Mao four veil ribbons 'awarded, the swine'classes' hud four blue ribbon nnd one red ribbon 'market, ribbons. Barrel! Goll show- ed ;lhe purplo ribbon clnss oE hogs. Jn the lamb class, five blue, two' r^cl nnd two while, awards were made. The horse show saw blue "awnrds made to all seven entries. '·Top showman for the various classes oC 'livestock were also selected as follows: Byron Grci- .rnan, beef showman, Darrel Goll, awlne showman, Elaine Jurgc- rfioycr, d a i r y showman and Gary Lenz, horse showman. , I Win D«morutratloru ; ( ";Flvo demonstration teams pro- gentcd their demonstrations to a ''crowd o£ 200 people at ttio snlo blirn Monday night, Ed Chlzek and 'Frank Brcka, representing Hie Garfield 4-II club were the purplo rib;bon winners with their demonslrn- . tion on conserving nnd keeping soil ' productive. ..^Clayton Grolnum nnd Francis Zrostlik wore also nwarded H blue Vlbbon for their soil conscrvalloh demonstration. The red ribbon win- X*rs, wore Don. Pierce t and Jerry Gray of Uio Magor di'ib with a ^demonstration' on soil conservation and Dennis and Jimmy Hayes of ^Madison with n demonstration on ·kseping dairy utensils cloan. Gary ;*nd Jlonnio Formanck presented a junior demonstration that ,Avin.s ·'warded a ' blue ribbon. Their ^demonstration wns on control of ·vpockct gophers. | Hogs Rtitr!ct.d | In, spile of the fact that this *year's show was curtnilcd jjWhit due to restrictions on the of hogs' on account of ^vesicular exanthema, the show "ISvas most, successful. The boys' ox- ·?hibtts were shown at the sales barn ,-and the girls' exhibits at the farm ·*»hops building of the Garner *«tjhools. Demonstrations were cou- *ductcd at the high school auditorium. * Twenty-six girls teams took part «ln the demonstrations, 13 junior steams, 12 senior teams and one "-individual. All demonstrations were ^on food projects, » Two Hereford calves topped the Cbaby b e e f sale with $36.25 per ·hundredweight. They wore owned ^by George 'Guenther of the Erin ^Enterprisers and Don Pierce of ^the Magor Mustangs. ,!ohn llopshitt 'lot Corwith bought the Pierce calf Ilfbr $337.12 and the Farmers Stale *Bank of Kanawha purchased the 'vGucnthcr calf for $358.87. ,,, J01CE--Mrs. Haltlc JIanson and ;her son, Kenneth, of Waterloo, nnd ^Betty Evenson of "Joico, have rc- iturncd h o m e after spending the *past three weeks on an 8,000 mile 'trip to the AVcst coast. Mrs. Oline '.Olson of Denmark, sister-in-law of *Mrs. Hanson, returned with them from California, nnd Jlrs. Lida "Spellmnn of Lake Mills, visiting at .'-··Great Falls, Went., also returne 'with them. IVORY SOAP 2 For lARGC 27 $ IVORY SOAP 3 For MEDlU^A IVORY 4 For IVORY FLAKES IVORY SNOW 28 e CAMAY BATH SIZE LAVA SOAP OXYDOL 289 - SPIC and SPAN Plenty of Free Parking at and Around and in Back of Your Fareway Store! HERE'S THE CROP PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY oV SATURDAY KRAFTS MACARONI arid -CHEESE DINNER KRAFT'S v, VELVEETA CHEESE 2 Lb. Box 89 HASH'S COFFEE New Pack Peas BUBBLE BRAND EARLY JUNE PEAS C Case of 24--$2.15 14 Or. Pkg. 69c HILAND POTATO CHIPS .... BALL JAR RUBBERS 2 BALL DOME JAR LIDS 2 SCHULZE BURCH COOKIES ZINC CAPS ............. . ............................. PARAFINWAX ......................... D o,» D o,. n £i DO«.« 15c 25c lOc 49c PURE Bring Your Jug CIDER VINEGAR . POWDERED or BROWN SUGAR. 2 MIRACLE WHIP 1 Lb. Boxes Full c Quart ar 35 23 49 Northern Tissue 3 The Cleansor Wilh , , A MilHon Use« 10 Oz. Pkg. SURE-JELL KOOL-AID SCHILLING PICKLING SPICE 25c R E D E E M 15( COUPON H E R E ! Pillsbury's BEST F L O U R 15 SAVING ON 5 LB. SACK OR LARGER Clip IHo 15c Coupon on Page 2T of Tonight's Pap«r 5 Bag ID Bag 73 King Nut OLEO ·4CVHW mm A^wfpirppfpi fresh traits Home Grown Tomatoes 2 Ibs. 25 C HOME GROWN SWEET C O R N . . . . VINE RIPENED Cantaloupes Jumbo 36 Size Each. 25 PASCAL CELERY Giant Stalk THOMPSON Seedless Grapes 19 It's Back Again--Whole Sun Frozen ORANGE JUICE ... 2 6 Oz. Cans C With Coupon LU Bag tpl./U 50 With Coupon Lb. Bag . . . . . . $3.79 HUNT'S CATSUP 2 14 Or. Bottles Sunshine KRISPY CRACKERS BOX L DC Clair-Pak RED SOUR CHERRIES $1.00 r No- 2 O Cans Clair-Pak BLACK RASPBERRIES 29c 15 Oz. Can . FAREWAY'S FRESH FROZEN ICE CREAM Partway's Ice Cream is made Fresh Daily, which assures you of the very best ilavor. ONLY THE,FINEST QUALITY INGREDIENTS ARE USED IN OUR ICE CREAM We are introducing a New Black Walnut Ice Cream rich in flavor and loaded with nuts SPECIAL PRICE OF PER QUART Also featuring our Special Family Bulk Vz Gal. Package of Vanilla Rog. Price $1.01 SPECIAL PRICE FAREWAY'S BAKERY SPECIAL: Be suro !o visit our Bakery Department while Shopping here for your Groceries and Meats. WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF CAKES AND PASTRIES OF THE VERY HIGHEST QUALITY. · Try Our Tasty Danish Rolls · OUR SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK-END IS GRANDMA'S OLD-FASHIONED CARAMEL BISCUITS Reg. Price 24c Dozen SPECIAL SALE PRICE 15 C dozen Featuring Black Walnut FUDGE CAKE ENJOY THESE ALL BRANDS Pure Lard TOBIN'S BONELESS READY-TO-EAT · · 4 to 6 Lb. Avg. Whole or Half FRESH LEAN ALL-BEEF GROUND BEEF . . Ib. DECKER'S TALLKORN SLICED BACON . . lb. DECKER'S I DWANA or ARMOUR'S STAR ^ -gf TM Ib- 45 C LEAN TASTY MINCED HAM M . a ,. LEAN TASTY ^ 4^ HAM PATTIES . . Ib. 49 C WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT Fresh Pork LIVER 0 Lh. . . . 29c Lean Fresh Pork SAUSAGE Lb. . . . c Boneless Perch FILLETS 0 _ Lb. . . . Jjc Sliced Lb . Bacon Ends . . 15c Fresh Cottage Lb. Cheese ..... 17c

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