Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 14, 1952 · Page 24
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 14, 1952
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'Aug. 14, 1952 si»«on ciir oioii«.fi.v«ii«, M y, f Clyde Beatty's Big Railroad Circus Coming to Mason City Clyde Bc.'tlly, famed as the world's greatest wild an! ma trainer, fs bringing his all new circus to Mason City, Wednesday Aug. 27, at the North Jowa Fair grounds. .'.. · Bcatty is not only the owner o Ihe big circus, but also its bright cst star, iris appearance (h the cage with more than a score o: jungle bred lions and timers con- tinucH to be Ihe IhriJl spot of the show. Appearing in .support of BeuUy Is a galaxy of star!* who are Internationally known circus performers--acrobats, wire and trap ) .nrtists and a host of clowns. The mcnagcriu Is among the largest carried by any circus. The Clyde Bealty Circus Is the scconc largest railroad show on tour. I n : .addition to his role as \vlh. animal trainer, Heally is also the director of tins huge traveling cn- rpriHO, which employs nearly a thouHnnd pcoplfl, including MO performers. Four lavishly winged ensemble numbers provide exciting and col orfUl speclncle.s. Under Iho diroc' tlon of iSarbctle, celebrated Paris- Ian producer, those numbers fea- (»ro, dnhcltig girls ; and the largest trained elephants in the world. Matinee atid night pcrfpnnnnecj! will be given at 3 and B p.m. 1 TO C O N F E R E N C E - WASHINGTON Mt-Rcp. tnllb {, (H-Ia) is pint of a 10 member ,. congressional delegation planning ; to fittend the mooting of the I tiler- ', porliamentnry Union lit Bern, * Switzerland, Aug 20 SepL Z. LEVEL SCHOOL LOT , LYLE.'Minn.--Tho.Weiiner Con stniction Co., Austin,, are busy lev- cling btt tho newly. ncfj'Oired'school fi' adjacent to tli'u. school building. Tho grounds were l pur chased for additional space foi recreational purposes and building site. /evHOME CANNING*/?*/ FREEZING I I THE ll'i up when you buy II. ll'i down whop ualud. Wlillu Cnamut Lined it's ATLAS ATLAS Arc-Lids soal and stay sealed.'No rubber rings required, Only'lhb lids need replacing. Strong and safe for all approved methods of modern preserving. Usod exclusively on ATLAS Mason JARS. HAZEL-ATLAS GLASS COMPANY Wheeling, West Vo Red Cross at Garner Meets, Makes Plans GARNER--The officers and di rectors of the Garner chapter o the American Red Cross met at th HancocJc County National Bank re cently and completed their organ! zation for the year. C. L. Strate chapter chairman, announced hi STUDY MAP--Before beginning their tour o£ the Island of IvTarkcm, Edam and Amsterdam in Holland, these University of Iowa .Scottish Highlanders study a map. Making Hure they won't get lost are, from left, Nancy Sweitzer, Waterloo; Sally, Spencer; Camille Cooper, Water- lob, and Bonnie Nicholas, Mason City. Bonnie is the daughter,of Lt. Cov. and Mra. W.'H. Nicholas, GO Crescent Drive. PROFIT BY USING GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS1 EGG NOODLES COOKING EASE MEALS IN A BREEZE 'A LOT OF YOUR TROUBLE CAN JUST BE WRITTEN OFF TO A NASTY DISPOSITION' California Sunkist FRESH LEMONS . New Homo Grown BUTTERCUP SQUASH . U. S. No. I Ponriac RED POTATOES Now Home Grown FRESH CABBAGE California Sunkist JUICE ORANGES LETTUCE -- CELERY PEPPERS -- CUKES CABBAGE -- APPLES ' . '· · ' ' ', t ' . 6 f 29c 2,o,15c 10 59c ....... ib 6c DO*. 29c -- CARROTS - RADISHES -- GRAPES U. S. Choice Shoulder BEEF ROASTS Wilson's Corn Kmg SLICED BACON . . . . . . U. S. Choice, Lean, Tende SHORT RIBS OF BEEF Rib End of Loin PORK ROASTS Fresh Twice Daily, Pure-GROUND BEEF LAMB -- VEAL -FANCY STEAKS -FROZEN FISH -- it 69c «.55c ' u 39c * 49c u * ^f f ^ ib 59c . . . . ID. ^ f W POULTRY - ROASTS SHRIMP Pillsbury's Best Flour fBEST *. XXXX 29c With Coupon 5 Will Be Here Soon CAMEL Cigarettes RICEIAND RICE COOKS BEST! lo Save Money, T5me And Effort Use Quick-And-Easy Riceland Rice For Tender, FluHy, White Perfect Rice Every Time! Your grocer now has a wonderful rice which is quick and easy to cook! It's the famous perfect-cooking RICELAND RICE which requires no washing, no rinsing, no draining, no re-steaming! Cooks In Few Minutes! Use RICELAND KICE 'and vith no effort--in just a few' minutes -- you'll have white, fluffy, perfectly-cooked rice every time! Thrifty! No Extra Cost! You pay nothing extra for the quick and easy, perfect- cooking quality of RICELAND RICE. It costs less than two cents a serving! Get Big FREE Cook Book! A new, big 28-page recipe book, beautifully illustrated in full - color, with easy, wonderfully flelicious recipes for t h r i f t y RICELAND RICE main dishes, casseroles, eoups, salads and desserts,will be mailed you FREE on request. Just write : the Arkansas Rice Growers Cooperative Assn. t Stuttgart, for free cook book. Here's The Quick And Easy Way To Cook Rkeland Rice Put 1 cup RICELAND RICE, 2 cups water and 1 teaspoon salt in a 2-quart saucepan. Bring to a vigorous coil. Turn down heat as low as possible. Cover saucepan with a lid and leave over low heat for 14 minutes. Serve. You'll have 3 heaping cups of white, fluffy, perfectly-cooked .RICELAND RICE. Carton $1.93 For Summer lUDGET . VERAGE/ 6 pkgs. 25c ^REAL-KILL $1.19 QUART BOTTLE A-MON-YA quart 2lc Borden's ICE CREAM Lady Bordcn Black Raspberry ICE CREAM PINT 59c -·- KM Jiuwa nuni ^' AND HUtt lUICfl 2 pkgs. 25c Pound Pkg. HI-LEX POWDER Bleach 29c LARGE SIZE . Sani- Flush 19c VEL 2 fe 55 e BE SURE WITH DECKER'S IOWANA HAM Pound . . . ; ........ 19c 2-lb. Pkg. . . . . . 3 5 c GARDEN BROKEN GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS 2-- 16-ox. Tins In Light Syrup Ro$»dal* Unpeeled Halves APRICOTS . No. 10 Tin Chormfn TOILET TISSUE 4-Roll Ctn. CLEAR LAKE BUTTER Pound Plgs Deposit 715 North Federal Phone 5288 SUPER MARKET The Right to Limit Reserved Free, Easy Parking committee appointments for thejchairman; publicity, Fred C. Missal; home service, Emil C. filling and Gus Pappas, co-chairman; disaster preparedness, Dr. E. H. Phillips; civilian relief, Gladys Barnes and Edith Pollock, co-chairmen; home nursing, Mrs. J, D. Gibson, chairman, and Mrs. E. H. Phillips, instructor; nutrition, Mrs. Cecil Stille; first aid, Clarence Nieme'yer; Junior Red Cross, Mrs. Leo Brown. The officers, directors and com mittee - chairmen will meet at 7:30 p. m on Sept, 16, at which time a representative of the American Red |Cross will meet with the group to instruct them in their re- ensuing year. Following is a Hsl of officers, directors and committee chairman: Chairman, C. L. Strate; vice chairman, I. R. Bealtie; treasurer, W. L. Baggs; secretary, Fern Peck Katter; directors, H. L. Ollenburg, Mrs. J. E. Tierney, Mrs. Ei -H. Phillips, Mrs. C. E. Barnes, Mrs. W. G. Williams, all of Garner; Mrs. V. E. Harris,'Goodel!; Mrs. Dwight Hummei, KJemme; Mrs. Martin Bleich, Miller; and Mrs. Clarence Lackbre, Hayfield. : : Committee chairmen are: Roll call, Maynard Schoneman, chairman and Mrs. Anna Williams, vice spective duties and to discuss for the annual roll call to be held in January. SERVE ICE CREAM OSAGE^-An ice cream social will be held Saturday on the grounds oE the. Osage Lutheran Church, with serving to begin at l p.-m. and continuing throughout the evening. There will be home-made ice :ream,' home made cake and top- lings "for ice cream, as well as .-offce. ·: Nero was : an accomplished performer on one type of bagpipe, say» the National Geographic/Society. Red Triumph Potatoes U.S; Choice BEEF ROAST U.S. Choice ROUND STEAK *79c BONELESS PORK ROAST PICNIC HArtS MINCED HAMS WIENERS BRAUNSCHWEIGER LINK'SAUSAGE Your Choice Ib. 39 All Meats U.S. Gov't Inspected · Radishes · Cucumbers · Fresh Onions 2 for 12c NO- I ELBERTA PEACHES Craie $1.85 8c 25c Buttercup SQUASH, Ib. . . . . Pascal CELERY, stalk STRING BEANS or GREEN PEAS, Ib. . NORTHERN n 17 TISSUE . . . : . . /.for 1/C U.S. No. 1 Mountain Grown Bartleii EARS $5.75 Credo FRESH FROZEN FISH FILLETS PERCH -- CODFISH HADDOCK Your Choice ib 49c SNO-CROP FROZEN Orange Juice Lemonade 2 Cans 32c PUREX, gal. 39c CUCUMBERS RED PEPPERS HOT PEPPERS for PICKLING DILL bch. lOc UNSWEETENED TEXSUN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, « 01. can DUNCAN HIKES TOMATO JUICE, 46 ei. can UNSWEETENED SUNKIST ORANGE JUICE, 44 ox. can DOLE UNSWEETENED PINEAPPLE JUICE, 46 ox. e»n . NO. 2'/2 CAN HUNT'S PEACHES 25c 29c 33c 33c 33c NO. 2Vj CAN TONKA TOMATOES SANTA ROSA SLICED PINEAPPLE NO. 7V2 CAN BARTLETT PEARS NO. 2Va CAN HUNT'S APRICOTS NO. 2'/2 CAN PLUMS 25c 29c 29c 35c 25c Fresh Ripe Sweet WATERMELONS . . . . .' 95c ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^··^^^^^····^^·iBMi^^^M Highland Grocery 1204 NORTH RHODE ISLAND PHONE 785 Free Delivery on §2 Orders Store Hours: 7 a. w. to 9 p. m. Sunday: 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. ··^^^^^^·^·^^^^^^^····^^^^^^^^^^······{·······^^^^···^···[^^H Walt's Super Market 200 7th Ave. No., Clear Lake On Highway 18 in Back of The Surf. Phone 318 Store Hours: 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Daily Sunday: 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. and 4 p. m. to 7 p. m. Free Delivery on $2 Orders MODERN FOOD MARKET 923 - 4th s w St8te Sunday: 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Phone 301 Hours 7 a.m. ro 9 p.m. Free Delivery on $2.00 Orders FOLGER'S 1Ib. 77c VINEGAR gal.55c Bring Your Jug KOOL-AID 6 pkgs. 25c Green Cut BEANS Nevr Pack, 2 Cans . . . 29c BUTTER CLOVER CREST, AT COST CRISCO 3lbs.69c SUGAR 10 Ibs. 95c BORDEN'S ICE CREAM' :98c JACK SPRAT Fruit Cocktail 37c No. 21/2 C a n . . . · SWANS DOWN Cake Mixes 3 for 87c EATWELL Kidney Beans 2 cans 29c GRIESEDIECK BEER 6 pack 89c Cheese Food 2 Ibs. 69c Refrigerated Produce For Freshness Cucumbers 2 Ige. for 15c GRAPES Malagas 2 Ibs. 35c PEACHES .. CELERY Ige. stalk 19c 17-lb. Crote 1.67 MEAT MAKES TH Hambureer PURC PORK - ^ SAUSAGE Ib. 29c ALL MEAT Ib. 49c TENDERIZED Minute Steaks Ib. 79c Pork Cutlets 49c Fresh, Pound Pork Liver Freih Sliced Ib. 29c DECKER'S IOWANA Braunschweiger lb.49c

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