Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 27, 1944 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1944
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rovernor to Guest at Club Dinner '{Iowa Falls -- The Hon. Bourke j 'Hickenlooper, governor of twa, will be guest speaker at the rpnual dinner of the Iowa Falls lliamber of commerce Monday j'-ening, Feb. 7.. liThe dinner 'will be held in the licUtorium of the senior high Vhopl, and an entertainment pro- 1-am is being arranged, P. K. Bright, secretary, has announced puffers Eye Injury fhile Chopping Wood iRiceville --Bernard Lubbert, son ! Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Lubbert ' in Cedar Valley, hospital a liarles City, where he is re ng from injuries receivec a piece of wood he wa pping flew up and hit him I'feath the eye, cutting'a dee Ih.and breaking his nose. It i K known 'yet if the sight of th If can be. saved. H E R E - w T H E R E Joice --A large group met at the Alfred Rognes home Sunday in lonor of Mr. Rognes' brother-in- aw and sister, .Missionary and Mrs. Rudolph Johnson of San An- ;onio, Tex. Riceville--Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes and Miss Dorothy Began took Sailor Cyrus Hughes and Miss Helen Hughes to Rochester, Minn., Sunday afternoon where Syrus took a plane to Chicago where he is attending school. Helen went by bus to Minneapolis where she is employed by an insurance company. Luvernef-- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Surby of Waterloo visited at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Render 7 son recently. Stacy ville --Cpl. Jerome Meyer of Fort Dix, N. J., is on! a 10-day furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer. Luverne --Mrs. William Johnson of Aftiboy, Minn., is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Cedric Cote. Sheffield--Pvt. D. K. Tatum, tils-Clark's tALAD'DRESSING Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and Mrs. Tatum Nora Springs, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Watt, this week. Kanawba--Senator O. E. Johnson is in Des Moines this week attending the special session of the legislature. Kanawha --A family dinner was 1 held Sunday in the home of Albert Berhow in honor of his 2 1 sons who .were home on furlough. Galen Berhow is in the army and his brother "Lefty" is in the navy. Ricurille --Chief Claus Boomgarden and wife left Monday night for Cape May, N. J., after spending 'some time at the parental E. G. Zion home. Stacyville ---Miss Vera Blake underwent a major operation at Nissen hospital at Osage Tuesday. Carpenter --Sever Leed was taken to Mason City Monday for X-Ray and medical care at Mercy hospital. . . Hutcbins --Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Keat of Forest City and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Loebig, Michael and Jimmy, of Goldfield, were guests Sunday at the James Durnin home. Garner--The Home Emergency Society of Iowa held its annual meeting at the courthouse in Garner Monday evening with Frank Clark, Titonka editor, who president of the association presiding. Kenselt--Mrs. Peder Skram and Mrs. Harry P. Harbor called on a number of, their friends at Manly Thursday. Mrs. Skram is the new worthy matron of Heather Hil chapter at Manly, and Mrs. Harbor is associate matron. Rake --Chauncey Lund is UNITED FRUIT CD. at- T as' graduatect Friday from the Midland Aviation Air school in course of radio airline commu- ication. Carpenter--Sever Lee was tak- n to Mercy hospital, Mason City, londay for medical care. Hutcbins -- Mrs. R a y m o n d Doughan and her sister, Mrs. 'auline Reinig, of Garner, at- ended the funeral of Albert Bleich at Wesley. Kake -- Mrs. . Otis Quamme is pending this week at the home f her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Oscai Martin, in Mason City. Coulter--The Rev. and Mrs. Aired Jensen, Mrs. C. P. Christianen, Mrs. H. P. Hansen, Mrs. A '. Brown and Mrs. E. M Anderson drove to Sheffield Thursday vhere they, helped Mrs. Soren Bertlesen celebrate her birthday U Students Total 6,185 at Iowa City Iowa City--A total of 6,185 civilian and uniformed students now is present on the University o£ Iowa campus, including 2,669 as civilians of college grade. This second semester report, as o£ Jan. 19, was announced Tuesday by President Virgil M. Hancher. He declared there are 670 civilian men and 1,999 women no\\ enrolled. Instruction is being given by university faculty members to 4,281 persons. These include the 2,669 civilians and 1,612 uniformed cadets. Navy officers instruct 1,904 cadets at the naval aviaUon pre-flight school which uses university facilities. Non-college students who re ceive instruction from universit; taff members include 5 army pecialized training groups total- ng 975 men, 155 pre-meteorolo- ;ists of the army air corps, and 19 war training service in the navy air corps. Regular instruction in their col- eges is obtained by the.393 medical and dental students now in army: or navy uniforms; although :hey connot be classified as civilians. Largest of the university's colleges is liberal arts, with 1,629 students, while second is the nursing school, 353. In the graduate college are 346 students, while medicine has 322, all but 40 of whom are in uniform. Cereals for G. I.'s Chicago, (U.R) -- The Chicago Quartermaster depot said that premixed cereals have replaced precooked cereals for group rations The' premised cereals require no cooking time, depot officials said merely the addition o£ boiling water to rehydrate. deduction in Phone ! .nterstate Rates to 3e Effective March 1 Washington, (ff) -- The Bell Telephone system has agreed to an annual reduction in interstate rates of about $7,950,000 effective March 1, the federal communications commission announced. Most of ''the reduction--about $5,600,000^will result from :u agreement to place the night Ion distance rate in effect at (i p. m.,. instead of 7 p. m. The oilier §2,350,000 represents a reduction in the overtime rates on teletypewriter message service. ·' The FCC said the additional hour for ' placing long-distance calls at the night rate is expected to benefit most of the armed services and war workers away from home. Thursday, Jan. 27, 1314 - 15 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Brislow --Mrs. Henry C. New- jury is in Waterloo assisting in the care of her sister, Mrs. Allie Hentel, in her 80's, who is ill at the lome of her son, M. it. Boylan. CRESCENT WOOHMS IN TENDER 5 MINUTES A DELICIOUS TREAT WITH POULTRY OR MEAT Phone 748-749 33 East State Street Delivery Service SPECIAL THIS WEEK BONDS AND STAMPS WE SELL '£M -- WE BUY POTATOES, U. S. 1 Idaho Russets, / 100-Pound Bag $3.45 15-lb. Peek 55c GRANGES, Sunkisf Navels, Sweet and Juicy. irge Size 40e ...... . . . . ....... ,. Extra Large 60c IRAPEFRUIT Texas Seedless, Good Size ...... Each 1RAPEFRU1T Red Seedless {Broccoli, .New Cabbage, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Pascal Celery, Head Lettuce, Carrots, Peppers. [Monarch COFFEE, I Reg. or Drip, . . [Pound .'.' 2$C Monarch Old Fashioned PORK and BEANS, I7-oz 12c Monarch (Russian DRESSING 8 ox. 21C Monarch Dill 5 oz. 15c AONARCH PURE PRESERVES--Seedless Black Raspberry, Black Cherry, Boysenberry, Plum, Apple Butter. ·^·^^^^^·i^^^^^^H^H^^H^^B^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BH^^^^^^^^HB^^B^MMMHMW ON ARCH FINER FRUIT-IN HEAVY SYRUP--Shorr- Peaches, Red Raspberries, Green Gage Plums, Apricots, Pears, Fruit Cocktail, Etc. cake Monarch PEANUT GUTTER, K. Style or leg., 16 oz ILOUR, Pillsbury's, 15-lb. Sack $1-23 Monarch CORN, W. K., 12-ox. Can. .. Monarch CAKE FLOUR, 23/4-lb.jBox 25c lUDDINGS--VANILLA, CHOCOLATE, BUTTERSCOTCH Deckers SNOW LARD IS OPEN KETTLE RENDERED 10 GOOD REASONS FOR USING Pennies or Points SNOW LARD is an economical buy! SNOW LARD 1. SNOW LARD is an economical shortening. 2. SNOW LARD is high in nutritive value. 3. SNOW LARD is 97% digestible. 4. SNOW LARD is rich in energy. 5. SNOW LARD makes more fender, flaky pie crust. 6. SNOW LARD makes excellent cake 7. SNOW LARD makes fine, tempting light bread. 8. SNOW LARD is good for deep frying. 9. SNOW LARD imparts a flavor to other foods. 10. SNOW LARD is an all-around cooking fat. tending Hamilton Business college in Mason City, starting Monday. Coulter --Mrs. Mike Smith ar rived from Los Angeles, Cal., t visit her sisfer, Mrs. Herman Kassebaum'. · Dougherty --Lt. and Mrs. Doug las Granzow, who have been transferred from Texas to Salt Lake City spent Sunday in the Edward Granzow home. Splllville -- Lucille Huber left Tuesday /for Milwaukee where she will' be employed .at the Misericodia hospital. Stilson--Mrs. Elizabeth Mattoon is spending a few days in Fort Dodge with her daughter, Mrs. Claude Dickerson and family, and with her grandson, Lt. James Dickerson and wife, who are there enroute to the Pacific coast. Kanau'ha--Miss Eva Fosen, who is employed at the Allen Memorial hospital at Waterloo, spent the weekend in the home of her mother, Mrs. Clara Fosem Lnvern't--Mrs. Harold Arent, Miss Hazel ' Swenson, and Pic. Howard Ketzenberg, of, Windom, Minn., were visitors at the home of Mrs. Guy Giddings. » Clarion --Miss Pauline Carmody, commercial instructor in the Clarion schools, fell Monday on the icy walk and broke her right wrist. Kanawha--Anton Pannkuk accompanied his son, Henry Pannkuk," seaman -1st class, as far as Omaha,- Nebr., on his return trip to his base at San Francisco, following a 14-day furlough here with his parents. Alta Vista --Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius Noehl and Judith of Platteville, \Vis-, came Monday evening for a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kolbet and family, and other "relatives and friends here., Kanawha --F r a n c i s Burnham, electrician's mate 2nd class of the rraval reserves^ has completed a course in diesel training at Cleveland, Ohio and has gone to Miami, Fla., to report for duty after a short furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Burnham of Kanawha and his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bransted at Thompson. ' Garner--Hancock County Sheriff L. M. Brower recently purchased the Hayhons residence on South Main street in Garner. Sheriff Brower and family have been living in the house for some time. Stacyville--Mrs: Charles Adams and Mrs. Leroy Walters went to Webster City to help care for their mother, Mrs. Anton Flieger, who fell and dislocated her arm. Carpenter--Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Reihms and children 1 visited Mrs. Verne Presnall at Des Moines Sunday. Hutchiiis --Mrs. Helen Nelson returned Monday evening from Lincoln, Nebr.. where she visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Warner. Allison --Mrs. Hubert Ressler received word that her son, Bobert, was promoted to corporal upon his return to Camp Chaffey, Ark., Ressler, who is with the engineer corps, recently spent a 10- day-iurlough with his'mother and friends in Allison. Spillville--Grace Shevik is employed as bookkeeper for the First Trust and Savings bajik. Stacj-ville -- Pfc. Carl Klapperich, son of Ben Klapperich, is home on a week's leave with his father and his grandmother, Mrs. Gertrude Weber. Lnverne --Mrs. Harold Trauger lilt Thursday for Jefferson Barracks, Mo., to visit her husband. Kanawha--A family gathering was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Trainer. Children present were Mr. and Mrs- Jerry Trainer and family of Fort Dodge, 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trainer, Jr., and family of Cedar Kapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Klaas Pruisman, Jerry and Marlcne. of Kanawha. Alta Vista--Friends and neighbors gathered Monday .night at the F. W. Swehla home here to help C. S. McCloud observe his 82nd birthday. Calmar --Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Handcock are the parents of a son born Sunday at. the Decorah hospital. Kanawha -- Wilmer Kirkeby, who is with the coast artillery at Norfolk, Va., spent a few days visiting relatives and former friends in this vicinity. Stacyville -- Mis,s Marion Si- R. N., who has been employed at a sanatorium at Dubuque, has joined a branch of the government service. She is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simons, \#hile awaiting her appointment. Fertile -- Miss Jean Ouverson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Ouverson, came home Sunday from Kansas City, Mo., where she ON THE SQUARE 1245 IstN.W. MASON CITY PARKING DRIVE IN 613 SO. FEDERAL MASON CITY 45 MAGIC CIRCLE LARGE QUEEM OLIVES "'".r 1 FAULTLESS FANCY -- (Crisp, Well-Cured) SWEET PICKLES 2 * WOLFF BRAND FANCY No. 5 Royal Jar STUFFED MANZANILLA OLIVES 25 C SO DELICIOUS!!! JOD-'o-Hamburqer Spread · · LSf" LEA PERRTN SAUCE I ORIGINAL A-l SAUCE'S 29 CARNATION PRODUCT-NORTHFIELD MILK TALL CANS 25 AMERICAN BEAUTY MARGARINE I CORN COUNTRY 24c BUTTER c rS?N D 45 LB. NO. 1 DIAMOND WALNUTS ,' PAPER SHELL PECAN HUTS ££,*. HEINZ BAKED BEANS "Sr IT'S ARMOUR'S TREET S.- A 1 *t I C OMAR WOHDER FLOUR $ M8 25 Lb. Bag 1 O M A R WONDER FLOUR *933 50 Lb. Bag: U PIGGLY WIGGLV - FINEST QUALITY PRODUCE HEAD LETTUCE Big Me Iceberg, t 4-Doz. Size Eoch Sweets Parsnips 12»/2C Fresh, Pound. Jock Rabbit, Ib. SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER CREAMY or LB. CHUNK JAR' ROBBING B L A C K F I G S Point "I* 01. ^rc Free '* Pits. *' IIOKDING CALIMYRNIA FIGS Point 12 ·«· OQC Free 1 * 1'kir. « * ARABIAN ADRIATIC FIGS Point O oz- ^^O Free... ** Pke. *· Swans-Down or Softasilk Cake Flour 1C 25" PASCAL CELERY .- ;..25c Golden Heart.. Large Stalk . Grapes Emperor, Pound. Lemons Sunkist, Lge. 210 Size, 5 for GRAPEFRUIT Texas Seedless, Large 80 Size. , 25c ECONOMY S E E D L E S S R A I S I N S 1 4";50 C 4 Points Per Lb. Lb. DEL MONTE SANTA CLARA PRUNES 4 Points Per Lb.~MED. SIZE | AC LUG. SIZE 41 C ' T i.h. PL-i» mt I Lb. Fkg. Lb. Pkg. HY-POWER BRAND CHILI CON CARNE BRICK STYLE (4 Points) No. 300 15'/ 2 -oz. Can . . . . LB. BAG JENNY - LEE SOUR MIX Chicken - Noodle. Vegetable - Noodle. Beef - Noodle. 2/,-OZ. PkgS. .. 25 ( Broccoli 25c Fresh, Large Bunch. Carrots lOc Lady Finger, Large Bunch BLUE GOOSE Oranges Sweet, Juicy, Seedless Large 220 Size 29 doz. 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At Our Meat Department GOVERNMENT TENDER YOUNG BEEF CHUCK INSPECTED MEATS RIB OR LOIN END PORK ROASTS 25c ROASTS , 25c GRADE A BEEF SHORT RIBS , b 17c FRESH MADE RING BOLOGNA «,25c DECKER'S TENDER BEEF ROLLED RIBS , b 37c SHORT CUT BEEF TONGUES Ib 29c SUGAR CURED SLAB BACON ,,, 30c DECKER'S IOWANA HAMS:;: DECKER'S SKINLESS WIENERS ,29c GENUINE PORK CUTLETS 35c FRESH, MEATY PORK HOCKS Ib. 21c LEAN, MEATY SPARE RIBS , b 19c NO WASTE -- BOSTON BUTTS »,3$c FANCY ROASTING CHICKENS Ib. 35c

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