Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 28, 1952 · Page 20
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 28, 1952
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20 Aug. 28, 1952 , At*ull CJ(r. fi. ' ' Carl Holvik Back From 3i Months Tour of Europe Carl Holvik, Mason City building cohlractor, has returned from a 3V£ month tour o£ Europe during which he visited nine countries and made a study of building develop ments. He visited relatives In hl.s native N o r w a y and traveled throughout that country during' the first two months.'. Later he loured England, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands; Belgium, Switzerland Italy and France. ~~ LELAND-- TJr, and Mrs. L, K, ','^Z McG.rccvcy, after completing a two ^*~ weeks' visit with their son and ;^, daughlcr-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. ;.«. James Mc' of Btitle, Monl., ·'££ slopped in Lefancl for a five day .;£; visit with relatives here before re- ··*«· turning to their homo in Iowa Clly, Foe Attempts to Talk Joe Out of Office M I L W A U K E E ( U P ) -- Leonard Schmitl, small-town lawyer who hopes to unseat Sen. Joseph McCarthy, passed the half-way point in his 20-hour talkathon Thursday as McCarthy and his campaign advisers held a strategy conference a few blocks away. Schmilt's voice showed no .signs of weakening as lie received his 1,500th question since 8 p.m. (GST) Wednesday when ho started his fourth talkathon, He consumed in- numhe.rable cups of strong, black coffee and find n sweet roll, for hrcakfust without leaving the microphone where ho plans to broadcast continuously until 10 p.m. The !uc.stlons came In at an average rate of two a minute, although they flooded In nt a much the backlog kept him going through the early-morning hours until Ihc city began lo stir ;igain. The talkathon W.IK broadcast by six of Milwaukee's seven radio stations and he received his daily shave Thursday morning while the talkathon was being telecast by the city's only video station. "I'm a litllc tired," he said, but I'm still going strong ami I will be in there when 10 o'clock rolls around. I enjoy letting these people know where I stand." McCarthy made a surprise trip to Milwaukee from his home in Apple ton and talked with his campaign advisers. He aald before l e a v i n g Applcton that "it's going to be an awfully rough fight. 1 ' , . --- . -------- __ -- (ho fnslor clip Wednesday night when went on the niiv .SchmlU --- . __ -- . TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED ADI I couldn't answer them that fast, but Mlts Didn't Mits MAKKS, Miss., UI~-Janic Grace Mitchell, l(i-year-old daughter of M r . and Mrs. Clint Mitchell, was honored here for JO years of per feet school attendance. A skilled "animator" Is said to be excellent if he turns out from f i v e to eight feet of animated cartoons in » day. We are never so happy nor so unhappy as we imagine. California Sunkist JUICE ORANGES U. Si No. 1 Pontiac RED POTATOES Now Season's Buttercup or ACORN SQUASH U. S. No. 1 New Crop IDAHO RUSSETS. . . . . New Home Grown FRESH CABBAGE. . . . LETTUCE -- CELERY ' PEPPERS -- CUKES ONIONS -- RADISHES DO*. 29c 10 ' 59c 2 ,,,, ISc 10 ,89c .... ib 5c -- CARROTS -- APPLES -- MELONS U. S. Good, Lean, Tender SHORT RIBS OF BEEF Wilson's Corn King SLICED BACON U. S. Choice Shoulder BEEF ROASTS E. \V. Special -HAM PATTIES . , Rib End Loin FRESH PORK ROASTS VEAL -- LAMB -FANCY ROASTS FROZEN FISH -- b 39c . . . . IU. ^ J ^» ib 55c . . . . IU. «^^^» IB 69c .b65c ^ 49c POULTRY - STEAKS SHRIMP BORDEN'S MELLO Pi2itl9c What are vegetables without moRTons? r ^^^ ·· ;: :2 - 19c Plain or iodized CAMEL CIGARETTES Carton $1.9J Sani- Flush Large Can With Bowl Brush VEL 2 55' BLUE BONNET MARGARINE BlueB onne MARGARINE In Yellow Kwik Ba 9 2ib,. .,,,,..,,,69c BE SURE WITH A ^ WRIGIEY1S, CHEWING GUM ' Carton ... . . . . . 69c f o r NYLON RAYON S'LK W O O L 29 TIDE 2 Lge. Pkgs. 55c DECKER'S IOWANA BR'SCHWEIGER Ib. 39c Be Sure to Include Hollywood BREAD In Your Order Velveta Cheese Food 2-LB. CTN. New Pack Sturgeon Bay PIE CHERRIES 2 No. 1 Cam Como TOILET TISSUE BUTTER 6 Bottle P l u $ Carton Deposit 715 North Federal Phone 5288 SUPER MARKET The Right to Limit Reserved Free, Easy Parking CLOSED LABOR DAY Mr. Farmer--Bring Us Your EGGS Miracle Whip SALAD /· WC DRESSING BLEACH Libby's Assorted BABY FOOD 10 Jars Real Gold ORANGE BASE, 4 cans ____ Swanson's Ever Fresh OLEO 2 l p o u n d Packages . ., Johnson's Hard Gloss GLO COAT 20ccaa Jumbo Fresh SHRIMP 5 Pound Box 3.79 Van Camp TUNA POST'S CORNFETTI Lge. Pkg. DINING CAR COFFEE Vacuum ^^T^^^ . · Pack y^0c Lb. M ^ Kraft Mailed MILK KRAFT MALTED MILK MIXER Reg. $1.23 Value ...... . . f 89c DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES Pkg. VEGETABLES roi CREAMING vfcrrum-iBt rn MIU Mountain Bartlett PEARS 46 Lb. A REAL Box BUY 4 Waahington PRUNES 12 Pound Crcrte Sunkist Jumbo Size Dozen LEMONS Sunkist ORANGES 2 Dozen Tokay ' GRAPLlS 2 Pounds Red Triumph PU 1 A 1 UtiO 100 Pound Bag . . . . 59 48 39 29 98 c c c Borden's MELLO, pint 19c Fisher's Cheddar CHEESE, 2 Ib. box 19c Eatwell Red KIDNEY B^ANS, 2 No. 2 cans 33c New Pack TOMATOES, 6 cans . . . . . Campbell's . :; PORK S BEANS, 6 cans PET MILK, 6 tall cans FLAVORKIST ASSORTED COOKIES 8 KINDS tt Packages .·. / . . . ; Giant Package Hazel Atlas LIDS pkg. 29c Gries«dieck BEER 6 cans 95c Kraft Milk CARAMELS Lb, Cello 39c Country Club BEER Case $3.29 Blue Bonnet OLEO Lb. 33c CREAMETTES 2 Pkgs. 25c CHOICE MEATS 99 SPRING FRYERS each Decker's Skinless WIENERS, Ib. . . . . Pure ^ ^^ GROUND BEEF/lb . . 4 9 Cudahy's .Boneless ~^M mi§ HAMS, A Good Buy, Ib . .75* Cudahy's Wicklow ^ _y SLICED BACON, Ib. . . .45° C C 5 Ibs. 10 Ibs. 45 89 Decker's lowana Braunschweiger Pound Rath's Canned Whole CHICKEN . $159 3 1 /* Pound Can . . . . B FORD'S CHARCOAL 20 MORTON'S WATER SOFTENER bAll 1 Ld Pounds 59 QUALITY Macaroni or Spaghelii 2 Pound Pkg. OUriJ!i JJLiijL L Packages Spaghetti Shells--Rings Mother's Noodles 8 Oz. Pkg. 18 PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FOOD CITY 1515 SOUTH FIDERAL PHONE 956-957 FREE Of E X T R A C O S T ' S E T O F 8 CRAYRJTE CRAYONS T O C O I O R CHEIRIOS 23c

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