Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 6, 1944 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1944
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' ThBTiday, Jan. 6. 1914 15 ! MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE RATIONING'S 2ND ANNIVERSARY IS HONORED ON AIR Chairman of Local - Board Interviewed on KGLO Program "Every individual, who comes to us with an application, has a problem. He thinks it's the most important problem in the world, anc it has to be treated as such," said O. A. Buchanan, chairman of the Mason City board No. 1 of th« war price and rationing boards fo the county, in an interview will Miss Jean Strickland over KGLO Wednesday afternoon, on the see and anniversary of rationing . this country. "They don't understand wh they can't get the things, but afte it's explained to them by the chie clerk, they understand the regi lations. There isn't one in a mi' lion who isn't satisfied upon leav ing." said Mr. Buchanan. The history of the local boar was given by Mr. Buchanan dur ing the interview and a citatio om the office of price adminis- ation honoring local board mem- ers was read by Miss Strickland. ach member of the local board ill be eligible for the certificate nd lapel pill awarded to those olunteers who have served more lan 100 hours, according to Mr. ~ LEGAL NOTICES uchanan. "Everybody on our board but ne has served more than a year," aid Mr. Buchanan. "No one has erved less than 500 hours. And one of the paid employes in the _ f f i c e has been there less than 15 months. We think that this long ervice is the reason why there las always been such splendid o-operation between the board and the public." iness is Mason City, in Cerro Gordo* State of Io Mrs^Clarks Thoreau G. Rash, 55, Former Mason Cityan, Dies in Des Moines Thoreau G. Rash, 55, Mason City resident from 1939 to 1942, died suddenly last Thursday at his home in Des Moines of a heart attack. according to word received here by friends. The. Des Moines man was representative here for the National Byproducts company and a farm machinery supply company. At the time of his death he was solicitor for the Huan Transportation company of Des Moines. He is survived by his wife and daughter, Betty Jane, both at home; a son, William, with the U. S. marines in the South Pacific; his mother, Mrs. Rose Rash, and his brother, A. B. Hash, both of New Providence. Funeral services were held Monday in Des Moines. Rake --S. Sgt. Alvin Graue o£ 1 Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., is spending a furlough at the parental Ole ' Graue home. NOTICE OF 1NCOKPOKATION . TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have associated themselves together under and by virtue of Chapter 384, Title 19, of the Code of Iowa, and laws amendatory thereto, as a corporation, and have adopted articles of incorporation which provide as follows, to- wit: (1) The name of such corporation 1i Globe Gazelle Publishing Company," and ils principal place of transacting bus- the County of owa, (21 The general nature of the business to be transacted by such corporation is the conducting, operating, printing and publishing of newspapers; also that of job printing, binding, blank book making, and all other business growing out of or connected with the foregoing lines of business, or connected with, or growing out of t h e general publishing and printing business. (3) The amount of capital stock authorized by the articles of incorporation is Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000,00), which stock may be increased. and shall be paid in cash or properly pursuant to the laws of the State of Iowa. (4) That the.sald corporation shall commence business en the first day of January. 1944 or as soon thereafter as certificate of incorporation is issued by the Secretary of Slate of the State of Iowa and the corporation shall have perpetual existence unless sooner dissolved in the manner provided in its Articles of Incorporation. (5) That the affairs of such corporation are to be conducted by seven, directors to be elected on the first Tuesday in May. 1S44, and en the first Tuesday of each May thereafter; at which elections each stockholder in such corporation shall he entitled to one vote for each share of stock owned by such, 'stockholder. which vote may be cast in person or by proxy; and until the election of such officers in May, 1944, the following named persons, to-\vit: E. P. Adler, Miss Laura Lee, Mrs. Ralph H. Norris. Lloyd L. Geer, \V. Earl Halt. Lee P. Loomis and Philip D. Adler, shall be directors of such corporation; and the directors, at their first rejecting in each year, shall elect from their own number a president, and vice president, who shall hold their offices for t h e term of one year, and until their successors are elected and qualified, and at the same meeting the directors shall elect a secretary-treasurer, who shall hold his respective office for tho term ot one year, and until his successor is elected and qualified. Until the first annual meeting to be held on the first Tuesday in. May. 1944, the following named persons shall be the officers of this corporalion: President, K. P. Adler. Davenport, Iowa Vice President, W. Earl Hall. Mason, City, Iowa Secretary and Treasurer, Lee P. Loomis, Mason, City, Iowa (6 That the highest amount of indebtedness to which said corporation shall at any time subject itself shall not exceed two-thirds of its paid-up and outstanding capital stock. (7) That the private property of the members of such corporation shall he exempt from the debts of said corporation. Signed this 17lh day of December, A. D. -1943. E. P. ADLER. W. EARL HALL. LEE F, LOOMIS. LLOYD L. GEER. PHILIP D, ADLEH. \ In Packages and Tea Bags at Your Giocex'm NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County. 35. No. 6Q80. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and Qualified as Administratrix of the estate of GuadaHipe C. Garcia, Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County, All persons indebted to said estate art; requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of" the Clerk of the District MATILDA GARCIA. Administratrix. BERNARD R. DUNN. Attorney Dated January 5th. 1944. S. H, MacPEAK, Clerk. District Court By MARGARET RILE-Y, Deputy. VICTORY BUDGET VALUES -% « ^ J Jl c FOLGER'S COFFEE Lb. QUAKER Pkg ,Lux Soap 3 Cakes 20C Pink Salmon No. 2V 2 Can, 8 Points Sweet Cider Gallon 75C GUEST FANCY GOLDEN CUT WAX BEANS . GUEST FANCY SMALL Xo Points WHOLE PREEN BEANS No. 2 I T Can I 1C FESTAL BIG WONDER SWEET PEAS No. 2 Can No. 2 Can FUTURE SOLID PACK No. 2 Can 17c 16c He TOMATOES . . . . . SAVES MINUTES. MUSCLE. MONET SUNBRITE CLEANSER . 3 - 17c HEALTH SOAP LIFEBUOY SOAP . . 3 «·» 20c POTATOES EARLY CHIOS OR RED TRIUMPHS. $2.78 IDAHO RUSSETS, ; FINE QUALITY . 100 t $3.25 CANADIAN RUTABAGAS, Ib. 6c Florida Juicy ORANGES, Dozen. . Pascal CELERY, Bunch. 19c Fresh GREEN BEANS, Ib... 15c Fresh PEANUTS, Ib. lOc PORK IS PLENTIFUL-USE YOUR SPARE STAMPS BOSTON BUTT PORK ROASTS, Ib. 32c SLICED PORK STEAKS Ib. 28c CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS ... Ib. 34c SPARE RIBS. . Ib. 21c PORK HOCKS, Ib. 20c SIDE PORK. . Ib. 25c FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS ALL SIZES -- CHOICE QUALITY Veal SHLDR. ROASTS, Ib. 28c Veal CHOPS. Ib. 34c Brookfield Links Ib. 39c Lamb SHLDR. ROASTS, Ib. 32c Lamb CHOPS Ib. 32c Brookfield Sausage. B^ Ib. 36c SMOKED HAMS, Premium, Dairy, Whole or Half Ib. 31 c FEDERAL FRUIT MARKET 22ZN FEDERAL SILVERLEAF LARD Prem SHOP HERE AND SAVE U.. 17c ON THE SQUARE 12-14-1* NORTH WEST FREE PARKING 613 SOUTH FEDERAL U OL Jar Point Free U oz. Jar Point Free HOLSUM PEANUT CRUNCH HOLSUM SWEET PICKLES CAL-STATE RIPE OLIVES .'EX. ARMOUR'S TREAT HYOTER CfflU CON CARNI 25 The All- Purpose Meat Uoz.Can 5 Points .. 16 oz. Can 4 Points . 21' 33' 25' U P T O N ' S T E A Yellow Label FRESH X LB. 97C * PKG. ** STOCK .. CHOCOLATE CREAM The Ideal Coffee! DRIP or Lb. 4AC REGULAR £·' C R A C K E R S Sunshine Krispies FRESH ^ Lb. 91 BAKED * Box ·* ' C H I L I D I N N E R College Inn EASILY ·% Pkgs. O i! · m PREPARED! CARNATION MILK ..3 FOR 27 ( TALL CANS-(Point per can) CORN COUNTRY FRESH BUTTER POUND 45c PLYMOUTH EGGS ARGE-- DOZ. «C« ELECT OOG CHEESE SPREADS ALL KINDS-- 5 oz. (3 Points per jar) Glass GRAPELADE Delicious.. M ."- Wekh's e ft,.) LlBBYTOMATOJUICE Points * LARGE 1 1C r Can No. 2 Can I I V-8 COCKTAIL Points GIANT * r Can No. 5 Can « ARKO SPINACH I Points LARGE ;r Can 2/ 2 Can DICED BEETS DEL MONTE-- 4 Points CAMMED GOODS WHOLE Solid Pack 13 Points Can No. 2 «1PC STANDARD TOMATOES Country Gentleman Golden Bantam GRAPEFRUIT JUICE DEL MONTE-- No. 2 Point Free ............... Can PINEAPPLE JUICE DEL MONTE-- No. 2 ·· P 15 Points ................ Can I 3 FRUIT COCKTAIL No. ^V^ 30 Points .............. Can DEL MONTE PEACHES SLICED or No. 2/ z HALVES ............... Jar LeGRANDE BRAND EARLY JUNE PEAS 15 POINTS ,,,,. 2 CANS 13 Points Per Can Golden *% No. 2 Cream Style t* Cans IS Points No. 2 1 f\C Can IU ^GOLDEN BANTAM WHOLE KERNEL 10 Points Per Can Vacuum *% 12 oz. ^f(. t* Cans A3 Packed BLUE LABEL KARO SYRUP Ideal for 24 oz. 1 MC "Pancakes Jug I TM OMAR PANCAKE FLOUR 30° None Better 5Lb. . Pkg. KELLOGG'S RICE KRISPIES 12 C 5'/2 OZ. Pkg ONLY KELLOGG'S A L L - B R A N 12 C 10 oz. Pkg ONLY RED LABEL KARO SYRUP For Candy 24 oz. Making ...... Jug Finest Quality Fresh Produce Large ISO Size CQ C Dozen ..... . ........................ ^^ ^^ 220 Size QQ C Dozen . . .......... . ........ ......... ^^ *J Texas Seed'ess -- Larqe 64 Siie Grapefruit **, Iceberg ^% Lettuce s L £ 5 . D :":.. 5|c 10c Lady Finger Carrots ^ Fresh, Crisp Radishes F«ncy Delicinn* or Rome Beauty Apples Ib. Long Green Pascal Large Stalk Celery Wash. State Winesap Ibs. Apples 3 19 25 Far North Cobbler 13 Ib. Peek Potatoes 45c $2.69 Eotmor Ib. Cranberries. 39 IT'S TOPS!!! CREAM · OF - WHEAT For Young Large _ _ and Old . . . Pkg. 22C QUAKER ROLLED O A T S Regular or Quick . Lb. Pkg. GOLD MEDAL B I S Q U I C K All-Purpose Large Flour Pkg. CERTAINTY YELLOW CORN MEAL For Corn 5 Lb. *% ^ C Bread Bag CERTAINTY WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR For Your 5 Lb. ·ffc C Health Bag THRIFTIER CUTS OF ME AT Finest Quality Fresh Meats Tender Beef Pound Short Ribs, 17c SUGAR CURED Pound Bacon Squares Tender, No-Waste Boston Butts . . Ib. 33c Boneless, Rolled Rump Roasts . . Ib. 36c Fresh Made Liver Sausage . . Ib. 29c Genuine Pork Cutlets . . Ib. 35c White Rock Roasting Chickens . Ib. 35c -oin or Rib End Pork Roosts . . Ib. 25c Fresh Sliced Pork Liver . . Mulberry Sliced Bocon Ib. 16c Ib. 21c Ib. 19c Leon, Meaty Spare Ribs . Home Style Ring Bologna . Ib. 25c

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