The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 21, 1952 · Page 19
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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Charles City Briefs Petty Officer 3/c James Olds, son of Mr. and Mrs, Horace B. Olds, left Honolulu Monday for Guam, where he will be stationed aboard an LSM 448. Mrs. James Olds is residing in Los Angeles, Calif., until she can obtain passage to join her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Arch and three children, Council Bluffs, are visiting Mr. Arch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). B. Hamilton, 60S North n Street. Mr. and Mrs. Arch will go on to Chicago for a few days' vacation following their visit here. June W. Prentice of Phoenix, Ariz., is a guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Witze!, 708 North Jackson Street, Dr. and Mrs. E. V. Beamer and daughters of DCS Moines, are visiting at the, I. W. Diekerson home, 308 Third Avenue. Mrs. Beamer is the former Frances Diekerson. .Births as reported by the Cedar Valley Hospital here Wednesday included sons to Mr. and Mrs. James Gilliespie, Mr. and Mrs. Willis McQuire, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Benedict and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tobin all of Charles City, and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Stauffer of Greene; and daughters to Mr. and · Mrs. Manard Kahl of Rockford and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Otto DeWalle, all of Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Avon Wright, 407 South Johnson Street, arc the parents of a son born Monday at ATI AS Jats have tien proven lor more than 50 years by housewives everywhere. ·Double tested for strength. Slrong and safe for.all approved .methods of modern preserving. Perfect for homo freezing -- moisture, vapor and teak-proof; odors can't get in or out; re-usable. HAZEL-ATLAS GLASS COMPANY Wheeling, West Va. Charles City "Highlander' Writes of Life in England Mercy Hospital in Mason City. He weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. James Lacour of Albuquerque, N, M.; are, visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lacour, rural, Charles-City. .Mrs. Lloyd G a g l c and two daughters, Cynthia and Deborah of ttcinbcek arc visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ross, 901 Grand Avenue, Mr. and Mrs. John Copcnhavcr of Dallas, Tex., are the parents of a son born Aug. 5. He weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces, and has been .named Jeffrey Alan. .The Copenhavers are former residents of Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rabb:and children of Columbus, 0., arc visiting Mr. Rabb's parents and his sister, Mrs. Cliff Nickerson, ill Sloney Point rqad, Charges City, Howard Lunz of San Francisco, Calif., former Charles City resident, is visiting relatives and friends here. The Rev. and.Mrs. F. E. Eastman and son, ; Dean, of Amherst, 0., left for their home Tuesday after being called here by the death of Mr. Eastman's cousin, Everett D. Wells of - Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. Eastman conducted services for Mr. Wells at Nashua Saturday. They have been visiting in the W. R. Eastman home, G05 Milwaukee Street. ' NOW, TIDE ACTUALLY WASHES THAN ANY BLEACH CAN BLEACH! is£ * '·AW', New TIDE miracle! No need to bleach-except for stubborn stains! YES! New laboratory tests prove Tide- washes whiter than any bleach can bleach! Just put your wash in Tide's gentle suds ... nnd all the white things will come out whiter than if you'd soaked them overnight in the strongest bleach! It's washday's big news! SO SAFE TO USE! With all its amazing whitening action, Tide is really safe for all. waslmbles . . . the most delicate fabrics, the daintiest colors. Colors lovo . Tide's gentle suds! C L E A N E R CLOTHES, T O O -- when you rinse out a Tide wash! No soap of any kind will get out so much grimy dirt, yet leave clothes so free of d u l l i n g film. Get Tide today! Remember, no other washday product -- bleach, soap, or "detergent," will give you a whiter, cleaner wash than Tide! So kind to hands! So safe for ail washable colors! 40 K I N D , SO GENTLE! Yes, with all its cleaning and whitening action, Tide has an amazing new mildness. Not even the leading "detergents" made especially for dishwashing are so gentle and kind to hands as Tide! ACTUALLY B R I G H T E N S C O L O R S ! F o r dramatic proof of Tide's safety, watch soap- dulled colors come brighter after just one Tide wash! Yes, Ma'am! You can trust even your daintiest wash prints and pastels to Tide's gentle care. SO T H R I F T Y TO USE! Such a little Tide makes such oceans of rich, long-lasting suds ;.. goes so far in hardest water, it's a miracle of economy. Get Tide today,,and next washday you'll rinse out cleaner, whiter clothes-With no bleaching! NO OTHER W/ASHIN6 PRODUCT CAN PROMISE ALL THIS! WASHES CLOTHE: WHITER THAN ANY BLEACH CAN BLEACH! GETS CLOTHES CLEANER THAN ANY SOAP OF ANY KIND! MILDER FOR HANDS \ ^ . N ANY OTHEft LEADING "DETERGENT"! CHARLES CITY--Wihnn Waller, aughtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Waller of Charles City, is in :otland with the State University : Iowa Scottish Highlanders. Here going to Scotland, the',High* nciers spent It days in London rid the surrounding countryside, T ilma jotted down some facts Jout things she has seen and her ipressions of England iiml the nglish people, as follows: " R u t h ' A s h t o n (Highlander from »\vn City) hnd some cousins living i London who were 'wonderful )out showing us around.. They ad us in their home, enabling us 3 get a glimpse of a typical Eng- sh family and its activities. Their ouse 5n Ashford, Middlesex, like very other house on their street, as a low wall in front with a vinging .gate. Yard Is Garden "The front yard in England is a front garden." And indeed It is a ardcn with many pretty flowers ml only a little patch of grass, he front door lias no knob outside --wily a keyhole. 'Inside.there Is no central hcat- ig, biit stoves or fireplaces in ach room. I learned t h a t fire- lace styles change just like those [ e v e r y other homo furnishing o me a fireplace is a fireplace ut not to the English. ; "The tea set is always handy nd in frequent use. Indeed, I'm citing so fond of tea t i m e that I'm fraid I can't go back, to the U. S.I "Ruth's cousins also have a TV et. Their reception is like that o; very other TV set--sometimes, ood, sometimes bad. English TV as no commercial programs yut ·hich I think is a great blessing "I'm picking up some "English 1 hrascs, too. A queue is a line Vhcn in a hurry, you don't "step n it," you "tread on it.' A "toffee osed" person is what we woulc all a snob. So far I have found Hie Englisl cople very friendly once Hie ice broken. I find, too, that mos f them go out of their way U clp you. Bus conductors sec Ilia ou get off at the right stop, fo x a m p l e , - I saw a man in a bu no leave his place to show ai Id lady the direction she shoulc oke and help her across the street Bobbies Know All "And Ihen of course there are the 'Bobbies." 1C there is anything ·on want to know, just ask a "Bob iy." Speaking of policemen, Ruth' ousins look us last'evening to vi.s t a friend of theirs, an inspecto A'ho conducts the school for th ·Ictropolilan Mounted Police force '"'Yesterday we went to Windso jastle and Eton College. We als spent several hours in Rcadin vherc we saw.the remains oC a old abbey and the jail where Osca Wilde wrote his famous "Ballard. "On our return to Ashford we at he traditional English disli, fis nd chips, in the traditional way vrappcd In a newspaper and eate jy the roadside." Woden School Opens Sept. 1 WODEN--The Woden indcpcn- cnt school will o p c n Monday, Icpt. 1, at 3 a.m. There will be lasses in the forenoon only on the irst day. The buses will make the isual trips and return the students o their homes before , noon. Bunches will start on Tuesday, cpt. 2. AH teachers have been hired and are as follows: Supt. J. H. Tisdalc, ndnstria! arts and agriculture; 'ack Sogard, social science and English; Virginia Kamplcy, home economics and typing; Carroll Saboe, matliernatics and '.science; Mrs. Betty Gartner, CJradcs 4 and Mrs. Lola G r a h a m , Grades 6 and 7; Mrs. L o i s Ilalverson; Grades 2 and 3; Mrs. Virginia Tis- dalc, kindergarten and first Grade. J r v i n Johnson will be the cus- odiaii. James Vnlley, ./. C. Helm ind f r v i n Johnson will drive the niscs. Mrs. Walter Pihl and Mrs. Glaus Smith will again be in charge of he school lunches. The price will ic 25 cents. New equipment is jcing installed and will be ready 'or the opening day Tuesday. The output per m a n - d a y of the \merican coal m i n e r has risen 32 per cent since 1930. Peaches are here! Mi ion CHy at«bt-C»ielte, Miion CKy, 1». Au?. 51, 1955 LUSCIOUS FRUIT · NEW I95Z PACK! | | | STRAIGHT FROM MICHIGAN'S FINEST ORCHARDS TO YOU - AND · SO-0-0 ECONOMICAL AT YOUR JACK SPRAT STORE T vTOClC Sl?l*Qt'6 Mayflower Red Pitted REATof CHERRIESc",° n2 4 * 89c k ^^^^HEf l |EF|M^' Carnation or Jack Sprat LWJsSQi MILK ··£*;-· 2,., 29c Jock Sprat RED CHERRIES Packed in Heavy Syrup No. 303 Can 29 SOYOI Time and Work B1SQUICK X43c Jack Sprat Fresh Pack Strawberry PRESERVES rlta, 47c Jack Sprat Enriched FLOUR 5s °J;$4.i9 2 heavy clear slast; mixing bowl* free with each tack. HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE SYRUP 16- Can ox. 17 [ J a c k Sprat Hawaiian CRUSHED PINEAPPLE J9c Jack Sprat Hawaiian SLICED PINEAPPLE ; . . . ^ 39* Chum King Subgum Chicken Mushroom UlTfll l--16-o*. Can Chow Mein; ' Both PlElllT 1-- 4-ox. Can Chow Mein Noodles .......... for CUT G R E E N BEANS, * 2C« Mayflower, No. 303 Can It for JjV [GOLDEN CORN, Jack Sprat, Cream Style, No. 2 C a n . . . . TOMATOES, Mayflower 2, 39c 2Jc No. 2 . Can TOMATO JUICE, Jack Spraty Packed from Red 46-o*. ^A^ Rtpe Tomatoes . Can M/V OVEN BAKED BEANS, Brown Beauty No. 2 Tall Can. . . . . 2,o, 49c SWANSDOWN SCRUMPTUOUS "SUPER GOODERS" Swansdown Instant White Cake Mix, 17-ox. Pkg. . 33c Jack Sprat Homogenized Peanut Butter, 14-ox. Jar. Jack Sprat Sliced No Yellow Cling Peaches. .Can ( T h e y ' r e oul of t i l l s t V n r l i l ) . , A » k for f r « o re:l|re SCHOOL SUPPLIES PENCIL TABLETS, % Narrow or Wide. Reg. Size it for. Jumbo Size 9c LOOSE LEAF FILLERS, Wire or Narrow Rule, 2 Hole and 3 Hole LOOSE LEAF BINDERS, 2 'Ring TYPING PADS, 'White . . . t t l . ...,.,,. 2 f o r 9 9c 5c PENCILS, ) Be-Pop . .,.-.,..., ,... L PENCILS, ~ o · Ticonderoga ..... .,;,,, f . , . . m for 3^%» CRAYOLAS, No. 8 · 9c No. 16, 15e PINEAPPLE, Crushed, Mayflower, 8-oz. Can.. 4 SALMON, Sea Master No. 1 , £A M Medium Red -. Tall Can 37V MARSHMALLOW CREME, Hipolile BAB-0 CLEANER c ""'" th " Easy Way 29c 2 Cans 2$C Comay Toilet SOAP Reg. Sire. . ; . . .3 for 25c Bath Sire 2 f or 25c CHEER Large Pkg. 29c DREFT Large Pkg. . 29c DUZ--OXYDOL 29c Large Pkg. CRISCO 79c ORANGES California Sunktsr, 288 Sixe ..,.,,,·,,.2 do*67c LEMONS 6 f o r 2 0 C Headquarters for All Canning Fruits California Sunkist, 300 Sire THESE PRICES FOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUG. 22-23 . Mason City Stores THOMPSON-O'NEfL CO. 121 North Federal Phone 312 CHICAGO MEAT GROCERY (U S. Jackson Phon« 994 GRUPP'S SUPERETTE MARKET 1323 North Federal Phon* 420 CENTRAL HEIGHTS GROCERY 2703 19fh S. W. Phon* 975 PLUS 40 OTHER STORES IN Out-of-Town Stores SNYDER'S Manly MILLER'S Nora Springs NUTTERS Rudd OLSON'S ART WHITE G, L Floyd, Iowa EAST END GROCERY Osage, Iowa MASON CITY TRADE AREA Rockford BoJcin

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