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August 28, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 28

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.JI ..Aug. M, 1952 Mil* Cftr Glok«-O«nll«: Mm,on Cllr. Ik * * ; " . . - " . . ' . . Ioaho Cars, Drivers Strange Capers JBdISE, Idaho tfl -- Idaho cars ^rd; drivers, have been cutting somf strange capers this summpr. Lyle Newman of Twin Falls was eruiiJng "along tho highway when the Jwttorn dropped out of his truck. The truck body crunched to · stop on the pavement. The wheels rolled merrily on until they crashed into * telephone polo. A *foma.n lost control of her car in Boise. The car'.snapped off ;i post, whirled .around n corner, smashed into two parked cars and hit a garage door. 1'olicc decided a reckless driving chnrgo was not enough. They charged her with "excessive reckless driving." Cecil Griner was driving his truck up the switch-hack Lcwiston Hill. The throttle pedal stuck. Griner leaned over to see what was wrong. Tho truck went over the iido of the highway, rolled over four times, hit a rock Judge and dropped 35 feet to another loop of tho highway. Griner stafifjercd away with only slight injuries. Another driver escaped injury when he leaped from a car as it plunged over a ISO-font embankment and landed in the Payelle Ftiyciv, His name was George Lucky, Fire Suspends Phone Service CLI3RMONT, Fla. Lft--A f i r e broke o u t ' h e r o recently that was difficult to report--it was in the. city's telephone exchange. The whole town w a s without service 30 hours while damage was being repaired. ALL MEATS GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK 214.South Federal CUDAHY'S SUGAR CURED Tender Smk'd Smk'd O 7 c tJ I ib. Pork Sausage, lb. 29c MtATY Neck Bones.. Ib. l?c MILK FED VEAL Chops, Steak, Roast.. 59 Ib. HOME DRESSED v.: Chickens .. . c TENDER Mutton Chops, Ib. 45c Cutlets.. Ib. 55c CHOICE BEEF Short Ribs LEAN 25: [Bacon Sq'res | SMOKED BARBECUED EisSi... Ib. 55c FRESH PIGS FEET Pound 100% Pure Lard. IJc Pork Brains Pork Hocks.. "····-- --i ^-HOME DRESSED Spring Chickens . . . Mutton Roast, Ib. 39c PORK -- BEEF H e a r t s . . . . . lb. 59c --···----i.^--«i FRESH GROUND Ground Beef LEAN Pork Steak.. DECKER'S SMOKED Pork Sausage, Ib. 45c BEEF F'OOD VI. PHONE 7722 ____ Op»n W..k D.y, 7 A.M.'to 9 P.M. Op«n Sund.y 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. 'WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT Pot Roast... lb. 55c KOSHER DELICATESSEN · KOSHER COLD MEATS · KOSHER B R E A D Pumpernickel or White BUTTER ib. 77c|EGGS.... doz. 52° POWDERED OR B R O W N SUGAR . . . . . . 2 pkgs. 25c lb. lb 59c ------·^^^^^^·^^·^·mi^^^H DECKER'S SMOKED · SAUSAGE DECKER'S BIG BOLOGNA DECKER'S SKINLESS FRANKFURTERS ,, 45c LARD Northern Tissue Pu " Bulk rolls 25c VINEGAR Gallon 45c BUDGET BtVERAGF/ All Flavors Packages 25c We Carry a Good Selection of DECKER'S COLD CUTS HAZEL ATLAS JARS and LIDS Pint Jarf, Doxen . . Quart Doxen 95c $1.10 SPECIALS P CREAMETTES 2 · oz. ncos. MACARONI) 29c Open All Day on Labor Day NASH COFFEE lb 79c CARNATION MILK 2 cons 27c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES SCHOOL SUPPLIES LOWEST PRICES B L U E BONNET * Margarine lb. 35c VEL Lge. Pkg. 29c ·MISS DIANN .f. K R A I , L Diann Krall Is Engineering Aide at White Sands, N. M. Diann J. Krall, daughter of.,Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krall, 004 Monroe Place N. W., has qualified in two fields not commonly held by women. Miss Krall hus assumed duty as engineering aide at .the Flight Determination Laboratory's telemetry section at White Sands Proving Ground, N. M., the nation's foremost Army Ordnance facility for research and testing of guided missiles. She is a pioneer in her position at the desert rocket base as the first woman to be employed by that section in a technical field. She also holds an advanced ciass amateur radio license lor Iowa's Station WDBU. Graduated from the Mason City schools, where she was active in dramatics, j o u r n a l i s m - a n d the debating society, she was awarded a schoiarship by the Lions Club to Junior College and was graduated second in her class. Formerly associated with many Mason City Globe-Gazette sponsored activities, and local radio stations, Miss Kralt was employed at the Naval Air Station, Alamcda, Calif., as technical librarian before going to White Sands Proving Ground. . Located in the Tularosa Basin', near Las Cruces, N. M., White Sands Proving Ground is unique among Army Ordnance installations. AH branches of the armed forces, Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force, arc represented at the rocket base. Miss Krai! makes her. home at Las Cruces and commutes daily to her duties nt the proving ground. Here and There- News of Your Neighbors in North Iowa and Minnesota POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Don aid llurtl 'and family have rct'urne iiorric following a 10-day trip 1 Poison, Mont., .whore they visile her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Georg Kelly. f ALT A VISTA--Mr. and Mr. Cameron English and son Camera Jr. of Kingston,' Ontario, Canada arrived this week for a visit at th Dr. and. Mrs. B. L. Caudill home Mrs. English is an aunt of Mrs Caudill. SWALE DALE--Mr. and Mrs. Ai gust Gcrdcs of Mt. Vcrnon visitc Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Rice an family. LYLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. EC ward Rush have returned horn from a trip to Portsmouth, Va where they visited their son EC ward who is in the 'Navy. LEROY, Minn. --Elizabeth An Price attended n meeting o£ th co-ordinating committee of th Mower County Public Health Nurs ing Auxiliary in the nurses offic at Austin. STACYVILLE-Mr. and Mrs. Ju lus Bi-umm announce the birth of . son Aug. 21 at Memorial Hospital Osago. SYVALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Del b c r t ' W n r d arc the parents of r daughter born Aug. 24 at a Mason City hospital. LEROY, Minn.--Lt. Comdr. Ear Eastwold of Honolulu, Mrs. M Stoddard of Mason City, Airs. R LePngc and Miss Vcrdell Eastwold of St. Paul came for the funeral o their father, H. R. Eastwold. GARNER--Deputy County Audi tor Hattie Jnss is enjoying n few days' vacation from her duties in the office of County Auditor May nard Sclioncman. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lcegaard nnd family and Sally Langcrud have returned from a .visit to Mrs. Leegaard's sister Mrs. Norman Kriel, and family, ir Thief River Falls, Wis. GRAKTON--Audrey and Kathy Krueger of LcRoy, Minn., were re cent guests in the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. ami Mrs. John White. \ GRAPTON -- Alfred Bchnke c Hamilton, ill., visited recently with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Ernest Arzbcrgcr. CRYSTAL LAKE-Beccy Chris tenson, who has been employed by the Bell Telephone Co. at Mason City the past year, has been trans ferrcd (o Long Beach. Calif. She left for her new job after spending a week hero with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Christcnson. LELAND -- News has been re ccivcd by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Olson of the arrival of their son, Pvt. John D. Olson in Germany on Aug. 10. Pvt. Olson is temporarily stationed with tho First Army at Darnstadt. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. George Helm have received word from their son Harlan, who was recently inducted into the Army, that he is stationed at Fort Bliss Tex. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. John Neufaauer, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Sherman and son of Bloomington, Wis., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs: Floyd M. Kidd. GRAFTON--Mrs. Mary Lenz of Albert Lea, Minn., is visiting her sister., f Mrs. Anna Huebner for the past 10 days. MEJ.TONVILLE--Mariyn Smith of New Portland, Ore., was a recent visitor in the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Smith. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. -Sam Dykhuis and Mrs. Grace Dykhuis of Humboldt, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dykhnis of Sheffield were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hemme Hemmes. McINTIRE--Mr. and Mrs. John Grace returned. home this week after attending the National Rural Carriers convention at Stillwater Okla. SVVALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Talbott. and children of Chicago have returned home after an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Rob Tracy and family. GRAFTON--Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore are vacationing in California nnd Yellowstone National Park. They plan to return the middle of September. LELAND-^Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Hoklebust and family of Tbor, and Mrs. Moklebust's sister, Marion Teslo, of Fort Dodge, have been icre visitiing in the Ben Biircn ionic. Mr. Moktebust was formerly iiiperintendcnt of the Leland High ichool. LATIMER--William Schomburg eft for St. Louis, Mo., after spend- ng a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schom burg. KIESTER, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacobsen are the parents if a son born Aug. 22 at the Blue Sarth, Minn., Community Hospi al. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jlasson and f a m i l y of Piano, 111., inve been here visiting Mr. Clason's sister, Mrs. Elmer Olson, nd other relatives. BRITT--Miss Lillian McDermott ins sold her home in southeast Britt to Mrs. Rose Ward of Whitte- nore. Miss McDermott will' 1 move 'icr household furnishings to the Ihampion apartments and make icr home there. GRAFTON--Recent gucsts'in the omc of Mr. and Mrs. Harold \Vil- ins were Mr. and Mrs. Juhl Reim- EGG NOODLES Keep on Hand The Crescenl Brand en and Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Jurn Reimen, Dennis, Darwin and Delmer all of Mclntire. SVVALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Eddy and family are spending their vacation in the Black Hills and other places in South Dakota. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Sorenscn and children returned from a two weeks' stay at Lake Teewaukee, Wis. Their daughter, Miss Rhogene Sorenseri, who had been living in Milwaukee, returned home with them for an indefinite stay. ' ' . ' · · ' . : · ' . · . , MEATS Federal inspection for your protection BRAUNSCHWEIGER BOLOGNA SALAMI Quick serving hot! Quick serving cold! Fresh, energy-packed and flavor-full DECKER IOWANA MEATS are your answer for hasty family calls for completely satisfying meals. Treat your family to one of these three delicious Decker lowana Sandwich meats today. Highland Grocery 1204 NORTH RHODE ISLAND 1'HONE 785 Free Delivery on $2 Orders Store Hours: 7 a. tn. to 9 p. m. Sunday: 9 a. m. to 1 p. in. Walt's Super Market 200 7th Avc. 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 Sufdoy: 9 o. m. to 1 p. m. IARKE 1 Phone 301 F 923--4rh S. W. Store Hours 7; a.m. to 9 p.m. , Free Delivery on $2.00 Orders Normal's CHILI 2 cans 75c Folger's COFFEE 1Ib.77c Von Camp's TUNA FISH 2 cans 49c SUGAR, 10 Ibs... 95c GRIESEDIECK BEER Carton of 6 for 89c TIDE pkg. 21c VINEGAR gal. 39c Bring Your Jug NEW PACK PEAS or G R E E N ffEANS . Cool Spring 2cans29c CLOVER CREST Butter at Cost Cheese Food 2-lb, box 69c TOMATO JUICE Jock Sprof. New Pack . No 5 Cans Whole Kernel CORN 29c Coo! Spring. New Pack . Cons Mother's Best FLOUR 59c 5 Pound Bog With Coupon Duncan Hines Cake Mixes, J pkgs. We CRATE PEACHES PRUNES PEARS Very Low Price LETTUCE Heads 2 REFRIGERATED PRODUCE CANTALOUPE Jumbo Size, 2 for 49c POTATOES 10-lb. mesh 6?c SUNKIST Oranges 2 doz. 59c Carrots 20-ox. CeHo B a g . . Decker's* Tollkorn SLICED BACON lb. 49c PORK Sausage lb. 29c Meat Makes the Meal / PICNIC HAMS Smoked, lb. 39c BOSTON BUTTS Fresh,lb. 47c ALL MEAT Hamburger lb.49c §: Decker', Skinless Wieners 45c COMPARE PRfCES -- SHOP HERE AND SAVE STORE OPEN MONDAY,. LABOR DAY, 8 A. M. TO 12 NOON

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