Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 25, 1952 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, August 25, 1952
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14 Aug. 25, 1952 Mtion Cllr Glnbe-Gairtte, Mnun C i t y , la. Cops Tip Prisoners BOSTON UP -- F i r s t Hie cops grabbed I hem. then they gave them presents. The police chiefs of Massachusetts held their annual banquet, at the Deer Island j a i l . After the dinner they chipped in to collect tips for Ihc prisoners who had watted on table. F-OOD N/I\RKE:T 19 Ninth St., N.E GROCERY AND DELICATESSEN PHONE 1722 · GROCERIES · MEATS · FRESH VEGETABLES · KOSHER MEATS · ICE CKEAM · FROZEN FOODS Open Dally 7 A . M . lo 0 P.M., Except Sunday, 8 A . M . to 7 1'. M. WE R E S E R V E THE RIGHT TO LIMIT Clear Lake Sweet Creamery BUTTER 75c Fresh Counfry EGGS Dor. 52c We Carry a Good Selection of DECKER'S COLD CUTS HAZEL ATLAS JARS 8 LIDS 95c $1.10 Pint Jars, Doxcn . . Quart Jars, Doxon Northern Tissue 3 Roiu 25c Butternut COFFEE, Ib. 79c SURE-JELL Powdered Pectin Pkgi. CREAMETTES (MACARONI) Robert H. Smith on U. S. Waterfowl Survey, Visits in His Native North Iowa Robert II. Smith took off Sunday| morning from the Mason City air- iort, flying Ihc G n i m m a n Goose, i m p h i b i a n plane, in which lie conducts his farflnnf! surveys of wa- crfowl from the Arctic regions to Central America. Smith, native of Mason City and !,'lcur. Lake, waH here for a few lays while on his way back to his icadquartcrs at M e l f o r d, Ore., dflcr a routine trip to Washington, ). C. The problem of the whooping crane, which he and an associate liscovercd last July in the north country, isn't e n t i r e l y solved. Smith stated. They only saw two and there are a p p r o x i m a t e l y 30, which havo been sighted in their winter h a b i t a t on a coastal marsh in Texas. Smith will be back to look for f u r t h e r evidences of the whooping crane next J u n e when he a g a i n takes to the north country, .surveying the g r e a t stretches o f Northwest Territory, Y u k o n , British Columbia and parts of Alaska. A r c t i c to Mexico His job of making surveys of waterfowl also includes the west coast stales, Meicico and Central America. Out of the i n f o r m a t i o n which he gathers come the regula lions on the h u n t i n g of water fowl. Both Ihe north country and the Iropieal regions have their hazards for two lone flyers, who thus Kctj hundreds of miles from Inhabited regions. Once when Smith landed his Goosti in the bay of Victoria Island jfor fuel, a h e a v y wind blew pack ice against the sides of his plane. It was almost a miracle that the ship was kept from being crushed las Smith and his associate managed to get it ui on the beach. The following morning another wind cleared the "bay. Another time in n severe storm Ihey made a perilous landing on the rocks at Great Bear Lake. The H elping the I omemaKer Ry Cecily Brosvnstone FAMILY D INN EH Skillet Beet Mashed Potatoes Buttered Squash Salad 13owl ROBERT H. SMITH ITRY A G-G CLASSIFIED ADI II GOLDEN Ib Cyitonv 1 IT'S YOUR THRIFT WAY FOR THE BIG SAVINGS! MffiK CHOICE OF ptr OR CARNATION - 39 c storm threatened lo dash the p l a n e to pieces. In the tropics one of the dangers is Ihe large number of buzzards flying nt the level of the plane, which is fairly low in order lo give Ihe biologisls an opportunity to observe the ground. 50,000 Miles Y e a r l y Should Smith and his assistant be marooned in faroff wastelands, Ihey arc provided with emergency rations and other supplies. In such event they would endeavor lo stay by their plane until they are discovered, f a i l u r e lo arrive at a scheduled p l a c e in Iheir flight would be the signal for a search. Smith, who flys 50,000 miles a ycnr on Ibis ceaseless mission of .racing bird migralion and estimating Ihc number of each species for the wildlife service of the Department of Interior, first became interested in birds while he grew up in Mason City and Clear Lake. On hunting and fishing trips with his f a t h e r , the late R. i'. Smith, cashier of the First National Bank, Smith first became acquainted with Ihe outdoor life be likes so well. He started with the wildlife service upon being graduated from Dartmouth and has now spent 17 years in the work. Bread and Butter Butterscotch-Banana Pudding Beverage SKILLET BEEF Ingredients: 2 tablespoons fat, 1 cup (1 medium-size) thin .strips onion, 2/;i to ^1 cup (l medium size) thin strips green pepper, 1 pound Jean · ground beef, one 8 ounce can (1 e u p j tomato sauce, 1 teaspoon salt, dash of pepper, i j teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, 1V?\ teaspoons cider vinegar, grated' cheese. Method: Melt fat in large deep skillet; saute onion and green pepper in it. Add beef and break up with fork until it loses ils red color. Add tomato sauce, salt, pepper, Worcestershire sauce, and cider vinegar; stir well and cook over low heat until very hot. Sprinkle i n d i v i d u a l portions w i t h grated cheese. M a k e s -i to (J servings. Clarence Baicom MARRIAGE LICENSES | ISSUED TO COUPLES GARNER--Hancock County Clerk Doris Young issued marriage licenses the past week to Theodore Rinden of Jolce and Maxine Anderson of Britt; to Charles Sprugel, 22, Williams, and Miss Gladys May hew, 23, Goodel!;; Charles P. Daw D0ge, Ames; Clinton "D. Daniels, 1 Garner, and Mrs. Winnefred M. Bradwell, Carrier, and Warren Willard Thada, 30, Garner, and Miss Veronica Marcella Liska, 34, Garner. son, Ames, and Mrs. Myrtle L. peared frantic searchers, sure he had fallen into a 20-acre lake near his home, began dragging the body of water. Two hours later younq Tim my, a popsicle in each hand, walked up and asked searchers, "Whatcha fishing for?" Pertinent Question TUPELO, Miss. UP~\Vhen UvO The polar *bear is the only bear year-old Tim my Robinson d_i s ajv_th a I d "£s_notJnb c rn at c : AT YOUR FAREWAY STORE! FAREWA^ NEW SOFTER Weds Norma Bell IOWA FALLS -- The wedding of; Miss Norma Bell, daughter oE MrsJ Irene Bell of Iowa Falls, and Clar- 1 ence Baicom Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baicom of Owasa, took place Sunday afternoon. The Rev. Dcwey Larnprecht performed the double ring ceremony in the Methodist church at Owasa. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Donald, was attended by Mrs. Wayne Ncuman of Iowa Falls, matron of honor, and Mrs. Fred Myers of Iowa Falls, bridesmaid. Jack Baicom was his brother's bestman. Robert Baicom, brother of the bridegroom; Wayne Neuman and Fred Myers were ushers. Miss Joan Ward accompanied Donald Triekey, soloisl. Following the ceremony there was a reception in the church parlors. The bride was graduated from the Iowa Falls High School hist May. Air. Baicom is employed by Ctilligan's Soft Water Service. They will live in Iowa Falls. ASSORTED FLAVORS JELLO TOILET TISSUE Campbell's Tomato MRS. GRIMES Pork*Be COOL SPRINGS CREAM STYLE or WHOLE KERNEL Cuspidor Needed NEBRASKA CITY, Neb. TJP-rA Nebraska City fireman told his fellow fire-fighters why attendance had dropped off at their weekly meetings held in the city hall. "Mr. Chairman," he said, "the reason our attendance is poor is t h a t our meeting place always is dirty. What we need here, J\lr. Chairman, is a good cuspidor." Get Out The Vote CHEBOYGAN, Mich. UP--The Cheboygan County women's Republican club has engaged a roving baby-sitter to enable its members to register to vole at the city ball. CORN 303 cans Black Walnut- DONUTS A Real Home Made Donur with o Black W a l n u t Flavor. Only Dor - DECKER'S IOWANA MINCES) HAM FRESH, NICELY SLICED Lb. Nicktls F i n a n c t Tour AMHERST, Mass. UP -- John Trainor knows what to do with a nickel--travel. Trainor, who spent part of the war in Switzerland, always wanted to make a trip back, lie started saving nickels. He managed to put away 18,600 of them mut will use the 5930 for a summer tour of the country. Save Fabric SKIRTFROniYARO 2322 Delicious Golden M A I D OXYDOL2-49 Margarine 2*'4 5 22 - 30 IN. WAIST SUES SPARERIBS FRESH, MEATY IOWA PORK r · a»jt i »· ib. 39 SMOKED PICNICS Cudahy's Shankless, Tendered, 6 to 8 Ib. avg. . . . . Ib. 39 Tastily Seasoned, Fresh PORK SAUSAGE. ,.,.,., Lb. Fancy Skinless, Smoked -. *% A PORK HOCKS .,.,._, u. JVC Slic«d or Piece, Fresh LARGE BOLOGNA Lb. Juicy, Skinltss WIENERS ...... ..... ..,.:. . Lb. RED GRAPES Sweot California Malagas Wash. PEARS BARTLETTS, for Table or Conning . , . . 20-lb. 1 89 New Cabbage 12-14 First Street N. W. -- 2 Fine Stores To Serve You -- 613 South Federal Tuesday "Doub Two j . * » Green Stamps For Every lOc Purchase . . . 20 Stamps For Every $1.00 Purchase. Stock Your Pantry Shelves Now And Take Advantage Of This Big Event! SPECIALS f o? Sturgeon Bay--Red, Sour Pitted i-it Monarch Halves or Slices In Heavy Syrup Crisp, Garden- Fresh I'rlcti flood .Monday Through Wrdnrichj--Hl(hl In Limit i;",rrvnt Peaches 4 No. 2Vi Tins Lake Mills--1952 Pack Cut Wax Skirt cut from one ynrcl! Whcth or it be tweed, flannel or wool gab arcline, this is an essential for all of. your blouses. Unprcsscd pleats in the front give new soft look. No. 2322 is cvit iu waist sires 22. 24, 26,. 28 and 30 inch. In any of its sires, it takes one yard of 54-in. Send 25e for P a t t e r n w i t h name, address, style n u m b e r aiul size. Address Pattern Bureau, Globe Gazette, Box 42, Old Chelsea Sta tion, New York 11, N. Y. P a t t e r n s ready to fill orders immediately. For special handling of 1 order via first class mail include an extra 5c per pattern. The Fall-Winter Fashion Book, ! just out and beautifully illustrated in color! Presenting fall fashions at their smartest. Over one hundred practical, cnsy-to-mnke pattern designs, for every age and type of figure. Be an early bird, order your copy now. Price just 25] conl.s. BEANS No. 303 Tins Blackberries Hunt's--In Heavy Syrup 8 Picnic Tins Top Spred--15,000 Unite Vitamin "A" Pound Packages Lake Mills--1952 Pack Cut Green No. 303 Tins Lake Mills DECKER'S ALL MEAT Wieners « . FIRST CUT Pork Lbs. for PRICES AND DOUBLE STAMPS EFFECTIVE TUESDAY WEDNESDAY RIGHT TO LIMIT RESERVED

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