The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 21, 1952 · Page 18
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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1ft Aug. 21, 1952 Clly Glote-(3iiftlf, Mutnn Clly, I*, ~ MRS. ANNIE BELL iMrs.A. Bell *r* , I Rites to Be P- · · -Held Friday s*' r ' : '' · I Mrs. Annie Bell, 85, of 410 W State, died at n Mason City nursing gome Wednesday following an ill ness. She had resided most of her }lfe in Ccrro Gordo County. ^ Mrs. Bell WHS horn at Vinegar Hill, III., July, 28, :1807, She was i 'Jjriembcr of the Women's Guild o .the First CongrcgnlionnI Church. fj Surviving are three/sons, Her jjert and Harry Bell, Mason City ·and!Glenn Bell, I'rcscotl, Ari/,; a 3aughter, Mrs. Ethel Peterson -JVatorloo; a grandson and tsv 'jjrariddaughlers. £Four sisters, Mrs. Mnry Lop whire, McAllen, Tex.; ,Mrs. Haiti ·||shi Ncclrow, N.Y.; Mrs. Knlcm Akins, Dubu(|iic, and Miss Loll! Hocklngs, Plutteville, \Vis., and .· Brother, John Ilockings, Duhuque «Iso survive. She was preceded ii iBeath by her husband and on daughter. j Funeral services will bo held a H'p.m. Friday at the Patlersoi dairies Mason City Chapel with th jjey. Allen Tiiikhoni, : interim pas tor ot the .First Congregation n Church, officiating; Interment wi tje'iit Elmwood Cemetery. . ·It Friends may cnll at the Pallor jrtJn^James Chnp«l Thursday after noon until the time of services. .^. .v _ :--;·';;·. '' ; ;_ ' ^Indonesia has ··treasures of rub fc?er; oil, sugar, spices, mlncra m. fibers which have barely bee touched, sayB the National Gee graphic Society. · · A. H, Jackson Rites Held at Rockwell Funeral services for- A r t h u r II. ackson, 52, who died Monday fol- owing Jin illness, were licit! Vednesday afternoon at the Con- rcgalional Church In Rockwell, rilh the Kev. Arthur Benty, pas or of the First UapUsl Church, of ciatlntf. A sextet consisting of Hem a linn on, Hernlcc Ilium, H u t h Oetken larjorie Stur«is, JJonnie Ber^mm ml Dorothy Sawyer, sang. Kov; ^cimcrs nccompanScd ;it the organ Mrs. Clarence Simon, Mrs. Clara Inhtsr and Mrs, Albert W i l l i a m vcre in charge of flowers, Clarence Oclken and Willimn Hy urn wore ushers. Attending the services from ou f town were W i l t i i u n Jackson ) u n l t a r ; Alfred Jackson, Dwvs f. · E.' Sawyer, Clear Lake; Clay on Jackson, Osagc; A r t h u r Allen ·Superior, \Vis,; Henry Honricli.s Vlinncapolis; Mrs. M a r t h a Nelson ; Walter Jackson and Mrs. Mitlerer, Mason City. Pallbearers were Tom Sawyer, loss Hansen, .James K y l i u r n , Michael Sturgis, Charles Mium a nil lenry B e r g m a n Jr. Jntermcnl was it the Rockwell Cemetery. The Patterson-James Funeral Home was in charge. Church Slates Family Picnic for Pritchetts A parish f a m i l y picnic honoring the Kev. and Mrs. A r t h u r K. 1'rit- chctt of SI. John's Kp'iscopal Church will be held Sunday at 4 P. in. at E i i s l . P a r k . Mr. I'ritchctt leaves the church Sept. 1 lo take up new duties in Ohio. H a m , coffee and. dessert will bo served. In case of rain, the picnic will be held at the church parish hall. Planning the picnic arc Slide Nai fell, Charles K. Strickland and 121 mcr T. ICIIison. Mount Rushmore 3 Cent Stamps Go on Sale at Postoffice The Mason City postoffice has received ils allotment of Mount Rushmore Commemorative stamps and they were placed on sale Thursday. The stamps, of the 3 cent variety, were due 10 days ago but were just ·eccived Thursday and placed on tale at once. TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD! NOW.Let BLUE BARREL Soap Build Your Complete Set of ORIGINAL ROGERS SILVERPLATE IN THIS MONEY-SAVING _j PAY-AS-YOU-GO PLAN " 9 v _, ..., »..., if "^ " * " , " ' . " " · ' , START WITH THIS LOVELY, TEASPOON O L D T I M E R S P L A Y CARNEK--The Garner Old Timers under the direction of Charles I. licthkc will occupy the spot- ight at the band shell Saturday evening. The weekly concert sponsored by the Chamber ijf Commerce will begin at 8 p. m. Ionia Farmer Member of Resolutions Group IONIA--Marion C'agley, Ionia, has been named on the Iowa Farm Bureau resolutions committee. The resolutions committee will tabulate policy resolutions from all the counties in the state and combine these into a single set of suggested resolutions for final action by the delegates to the state convention in November. Bey Sons Visit With Parents at Clear Lake Prof, and Mrs. Douglas Bey and sons, Normal, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bey, and children, Washington, I). C., have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Bey, 1000 Delaware N. E. ( for the past two weeks. They have been at Ciear Lake during the time. The Beys arc sons of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Bey. Douglas is a professor of mathematics at Illinois Stale Normal University, Normal, 111., and Paul is a physicist at the N a v y Research ;Laboratory, Washington, D C. COOL MACRONET SALADS FOR SUPPER PROFIT BY USING GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS! ' And 2 BLUE BARREL Soap , i Wrappers COUPON Below Ouarnnteed ly Wm.^ M Rovorl MIg. CO., On« · *' o the WorlJ'o Largest ' Sllvcnmltha. S«nd Coupon T o r f a y l With your Teaspoon we'll send details of how to gel your complete set of Original Rogers Silverplote. Th« Big Whit* Bar CMI Twin As Far BLUE BARREL SOAP, Box 100 , Wplllng/oixl, Connecticut Enclosed 1* 20c in cnnh (pleaiio do not tend ' · lamp*) And 2 Blue Unrrol Soap wrapper!, for which innd ma the Orlitlnnl Itoucn Sllvurplatc "Lady ot tho Land" Teaspoon Illustrated above. Name Adclrtu ....,.........* .* City Zon« Slate Odd- void after July 31, 1953. OfTcr UQod only in Continental United StatcH. Highland Grocery 1204 NORTH RHODE ISLAND VlIONIi 785 Free Dell very on $2 Orders ' Store Hours: 7 a. tn. lo 0 p. in. Sunday: i) n. ID, (o 1 p. in. Walt's Super Market 200 7tli Avc. No., Clear Lake Ou Highway 18 v in B a c k ' o f The Surf. Phone 318 Store Hours: 8 n. in. to 9 i. ni. Daily Sunday: 0 n. in. tn 1 i. in. and 4 i. in. lo 7 p, ni. l ; 'ree Delivery on S2 Orders MODERN FOOD MARKET 923 - 41h s w S1 °' Sunday: 9 a. m. to 1 p, m. Phono 301 Hours 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Free Delivery on $2.00 Orders We have opened a new unit at Britt, Iowa, which gives us better buying power so that we may pass the savings on to our customers. SUGAR 10 Ibs. 93c Standby Pure Strawberry PRESERVES 12-oz. jar 29c CHERRIES Red Pitted No. 2 Cans . $1.00 Cheese Food 21bs.69c Butter-Nut COFFEE 1Ib.77c Giant TIDE Per pkg. 65c Duncan Mines CAKE MIX CQr» Ox ^» With Coupon. , . . for HI-LEX gal. 39c Cool Spring Green Beans 29c New Pock, c ,r CRISCO 3 Ibs. 69c Mother's Best 39c FLOUR. £ With Coupon'J Clover Crest BUTTER AT COST Refrigerated Produce For Freshness California · PEACHES Crate $1.57 Cucumbers 2 for 13c Large Sixe LEMONS D o,49c GRAPES Malaga 2 Ibs. 23c POTATOES 10 Mesl. Bag. . . 67C Sunkist ORANGES 2 doz. 49c MEAT MAKES THE MEAL Decker's Tall Korn Sliced Bacon Ib. 49c Fresh Pork SAUSAGE Ib. 29c Decker's Assorted GOLD CUTS Ib. 49c Tenderized STEAKS Ib. 79c Hamburger All Meat --· Ground Fresh Ib. 49c Sliced, Freih Pork, Liver ib. 29c \ \ The New Cereal 9\ / ·- f «ITHTHE MAGK SUGAR COST! I 1 VV'VV'"""" · PACKA6I Amozo INSTANT PUDDING Schilling's COFFEE Distributed by the producers of the famous spices. for 2 Pounds. §1«45 Cook's REAL KILL BUG KILLER Pints.... 69c Quo'* $1.19 at LOW, lOU) PRICES! 100% PURE LARD LEAN PORK ROAST 2 ibs. 29* for BUDGET BEVERAGE/ All Flavors Jack Sprat Pickling SALT W NABISCO 1° 9 " c Vanilla 2 Wafers DiVIL'S FOOD a-STAR CAKE MIX " · C A K E MIX f«yiio«, c«V« 19 Oz. Package Witt, Banana Pudding" With Coupon TENDER/JUICY RIB STEAKS GIANT BREEZE With Face Towel 59- RAIZES OFFER STORE-WIDE PHONE ORDER SERVICE Plus FREE Delivery to Any Part-of the City, on Orders of $3 or More. · COMPLETE SHOPPING CENTER UNDER ONE ROOF · ALL PRICES GOOD THIS WEEK · ALL DEPARTMENTS OPEN AT 8 EVERY MORNING Flavor Kist - 9 Varieties C O O K I E CHOICE OF THESE DELICIOUS FLAVORS Oatmeal · Iced Oatmeal · Lemon Assorted Sandwich · Cocoanut Bar Butter · Lemon Cream · Pineapple Crush · Sugar S A L E FREE SAMPLES lib. iOOOOOOOt Pascal CELERY Large Stalk 19 Golden Ripe BANANAS Ib. 19 Home Grown TOMATGE "» 10' Concord GRAPES SUGAR 10 4-Qt. Basket ^·ruhJ ^ Carfon 69^)1 AND ALL OTHER POPULAR BRANDS OF Cigarettes $1.93 FINEST QUAinr GRANULATED , v Yams . . . Sweet Potatoes . . . Cauliflower . . . Parsnips . , . Acorn 8 or Buttercup Squash . . . Red Peppers . . . Pickling Onions x Ripe, Large ^^ ^^ Cantaloupe ^ O 1 f o r ' Home-Grown Sweet Corn £t Dozen sooeeeo: *?l REDEEM 15 COUPON HERE! Piilsburys BEST F L O U R 15C SAVING ON 5 LB. SACK OR LARGER Griesedieck BEER 6 Can Ctn. Pound Bog Wifh Coupon P o u n d 1V Bag With Coupon £ ^^C Redeem Your Coupons Here 31 75 RAIZES 213 SOUTH FEDERAL MARKET WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT PHONE 264

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