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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAKC'H 19 SEVENTEEN 3 NORTHWOOD PERSONS HURT One Taken to Hospital; Van Also Damaged Leaving Highway. NORTHWOOD--Claire Shaw received a bad cut, severing the tendons in his right wrist, and Irving Void and Miss Rachel Kjerland were bruised and shaken when a car driven by Void skidded from the highway 3 miles north of Northwood and went into the ditch. The young persons were returning from a dance at Albert Lea Thursday when the accident occurred. Shaw was given emergency treatment at Northwood and was then taken to the hospital at Albert Lea where his arm was dressed. He later returned to his home here. The .car was damaged considerably. A Bos transfer van of Marshalltown left the highway four miles south of Northwood early Thursday morning. The driver and his assistant were badly shaken up but not otherwise injured. The van was going south with a load of grass seed when the mishap occurred. The driver reported that he dimmed his lights as a car approached but that for some reason his lights went out, causing him to lose control and drive into the ditch. Large Number Present at 0. E. S. School in Algona AiLGONA--A large number attended the annual Eastern Star school of instruction of district No. 2 conducted Tuesday at the Masonic temple with Mrs. Frances Hakes of Laurens in charge of the closed meeting. A noon luncheon was served, with eight guests, at the Blue room in the Algona hotel by the local O. E. S. chapter. A banquet was served to 75 guests at 6 o'clock at the temple with chapter representatives from Emmetsburg, Burt and Bancroft, Charles City News IOWA BANKERS TO MEET IN JUNE Ellis Announces Convention for Des .Moines to Be June 1, 2 and 3. CHARLES CITY, OH--M. W, Ellis of Charles City, president of the I o w a Bankers association, announced Thursday the association will hold its annual convention in Des Moines June 1. 2 and 3. He also announced dates for five annual group meetings for the 10 state districts, as follows: Groups 3 and 4. May 4, at Oelwein; groups 7 and 8. May 5, at Muscatine; groups 6 and 10, May 6, at Ottumwa; groups 5 and 9, May 7, at Atlantic; groups 1 and 2, May 8 at Sac City. School Musicians Will Start on Subdistrict Competition Friday CHARLES CITY--The sub district music contest will be held in the high school auditorium Friday and Saturday, March 20 and 21. Charles City, the only Class A school which will be represented, will compete only in solos. Cresco, Nashua, New Hampton and Osage will be the Class B schools. Class C schools will include Fredericksburg. Ionia, Lime Springs, Marble Rock, Mclntire, Mitchel, Nora Springs. Orchard, Riceville, Rockford. Rudcl and St. Ansgar. The contest will be held in four sessions. Hickethier Is Named Floyd County Engineer CHARLES CITY--Max E. Hickethier, 501 Kellogg street, was ap- Have you tried Ritz yet? Almost overnight they've become the . nation's most popular cracker. Once you start eating Ritz, that delicious, nut-like flavor makes it almost impossible to stop. And they're superb wicb cheese, soups, salads and spreads. Ask your grocer for the 1 Ib. or % Ib. package. cjNATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY UneÂ« Biscuit ondfiandii) o'offiet THRAVE 401 North Federal Ave. -- Van Camp's Tomato Soup 6Â£1":. ... 29c Sturgeon Bay RED PITTED CHERRIES, f AM No. 2 Can iWC BUTTER, 23Â« pound J3Â»Â» GRAPEFRUIT, 6 Fancy Floridas, %Â·$Â« 96 Size Z1C We Carry a Complete Stock GOODS Being Featurec Cookinc BEEF ROAST, Â« Â© _ Chuck, Qualify, Ib. !Â©C LAMB SHOULDER ROAST, | *j _ Good Quality, Ib... f f r I A B Pk 100% Pure ' UAIVLl The Best Â« LAMB STEW, *_ pound 9C TRY A POUND OF OUR Made fresh daily in the mos date machine, always open Â·C FOOD Â·0 MARKET Free Delivery -- Phone 668 BANANAS, 4 Fancy Green Tip *1J*^ pounds Â«!$C POTATOES-- No. 1 Green Mountain, Good *%*\n Cookers, pecK v / w 100 pounds $1.63 HEINZ SOUPS, 2 Large Sixe f *?Â« Cans . / C of JACK SPRAT CANNED 1 in the GIobe-Gaxette School. BEEF RIBS, 2 For Stewing, ** Â« _ LEG of LAMB, %Â£* Quality, Ib Â£rÂ«$C . . 2 IBs. 27c Pork LOIN ROAST, Â« A End Cuts, Ib. . . I^C HOME-MADE SAUSAGE t sanitary up-to- *SftÂ« For inspection, Ib. . . . Â«rVÂ«Â» pointed county engineer for Floyd county by the board of supervisors to succeed Floyd Rubey. Mr. Hickethier has been highway maintenance engineer for Floyd county. Mr. Rubey, who was appointed nearly a year ago to fill a vacancy, resigned recently to assume a position with the Wilson Concrete Products company with plants at Red Oak and Des Moines. Mr. Hickethier will take charge of his new duties the end ot this week. The board of supervisors placed an embargo on all county roads to pro- hibit trucks of more than three tons gross weight traveling on these roads which are becoming more impassable each day. Austin Re-Elected Ruler of Elks at Charles City CHARLES CITY--At the regular meeting of Charles City Lodge No. 418, B. P. E. O., all the officers were re-elected as follows: E. J. Austin, exalted ruler; H. J. Thompson, leading knight; Robert Antonoff. loyal knight; Weston Jones, lecturing knight; W. Loren Parr, secretary; Fred Ebert, treasurer; Lou Niemann, tiler; A, S. Bulawa, trustee for three years. The. Elks will hold a charity ball on Easter Monday. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Fyler and daughter, Marion, moved back into their home on Waller street following several months' residence in Clarion. Mrs. Susan K. Denger of Dows is visiting at the home of her son, Roy E. Denger, superintendent of the Colwell schools. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hopes who have been living in Hampton, have moved into an apartment at 301 Eighth avenue. Lee L. Coonradt has been appointed by the council of Colwell to the office of mayor to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of C. V. Smith. Stuart Reed of Englewood, N. J., accepted employment at the Hart Parr factory of the Oliver Equipment company. The Past Presidents' club of the American Legion auxiliary had charge of the community service program Wednesday evening at the regular meeting of the auxiliary in the Legion rooms. Mrs. E. L. Wal- leser, historian, gave a summary of the service work done by the auxiliary since the organization in 1921. The present community service project is paying for the services of a woman who makes the soup served to the undernourished children in school. The program included a vo- cal solo by Mrs. Mary Henke and oboe solo by Evelyn Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sutherland and family of Mason City are spending the week with his mother, Mrs. Leo Sanders, and other relatives during the vacation. The choir of the Congregational church gave a surprise supper Wednesday evening for Mr. and Mra. M. G. Smith who recently returned from a six weeks' trip to the Panama. Tuesday evening another group called on the Smiths to hear about their trip. THERE IS A MEAT CUf O Miss Ann Kingsley Director of GLOBE-GAZETTE says, "Every well-planned menu is built around the meat dish. That is why a thorough knowledge of meat selection and cookery is so indispensable to every homemaker. At Foods On Parade, I stress all phases of meat cookery from the well-known cuts to the lesser- known budget cuts. By practical demonstration, I am able to easily prove that no other food excels meat for health or for economy." HEALTH Porterhouse Steak CuiA/on Shoulder of Lamb Baked Ham Leg of Lamb Short Ribs of Beef SEE THESE APPETIZING DISHES PREPARED AT FOODS ON PARADE COOKING SCHOOL As a housewife and homemaker, you simply can't afford to miss Foods On .Parade Cooking School.--For each session is packed with indispensable information on the selection, preparation and serving of meat cuts. Attend Foods On Parade, learn how to select not only the better-known cuts, but also the lesser-known budget cuts. Then visit one of the retail meat dealers listed below. You'll find he is featuring the same cuts that are being demonstrated at Foods On Parade. You'll find, too, that he is ready and willing to give you additional helpful information. Visit the dealer nearest you today. You'll add to the variety and nutritive value of the meals you serve, and you'll effect decided savings in your food budget VISIT ONE OF THESE RETAILERS FOR COOKING SCHOOL MEAT CUTS You can secure meat cuts demonstrated at the Foods On Parade Cooking School Â£rom these retailem CARL GRUPP SNYDERS RITE-WAY BARRETT BROS. GROCERY MEATS IMioni; 13-44 20 Second St. N. E. FEDERAL PACKING COMPANY 213 North Federal Ave. Phone 746 QUALITY RITE-WAY FOOD SHOP FOOD STORE-- Grocery * Meats Phone 420 1839 North Federal I'hone J800 616 South Federal A. W. KITTO FELT fir SON Phone 892 Phone 'J43 409 North Federal ff^nffff' n A n i^ FOREST PARK GROCERY MEATS 1007 Fourth St. S. W. TITTLE BROS. PACKING CO. _ _ _____ Phone 693 105 South Federal Phone 751 THOMPSON-DEAN CO. Phone 217 121 North Federal vjnvv/Lji^ivj: IK iUCj.-vj.ft Phone 2137 THRAVES FOOD MARKET Phone 668-669 401 North Federal Phone 2414 (The Quality) GROCERY MEATS 402 Seventh St. B. E. e I A W R F K I f F ' T \Â«T MEATS 402 Twelfth St N. W. MARSDENS I. G. A. GROCERY MEATS 1452 North Federal FREE The New Cook Book, "OUR FAVORITE MEAT RECIPES" Housewives who did not attend the Foods on Parade Cooking School on the Don't full to get jour copy. It's just otf the press opening day and receive a copy of the new cook book, "Our Favorite MÂ«U and ronUims scores or new recipes and much Recipes," may still get a copy FREE from nny of the dealers listed above. I valuable information on modern meat cookery.