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January 4, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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THURSDAY, JANUARY Dashiell Hammett, American founder of the "hardboiled school" of detective fiction, was a. Pinker- ton detective for 8 years, and worked on the Nicky Arnstein and "Fatty" Arbuckle cases. MASOM CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE The Turks called the turke 'the American bird" since its orig inal habitat is North America. Ask for NEW GOOD LUCK- fyjoy freshesf Ffavor Ever/ Better ton tnr-new GOOD LUCK! Pure farm products, blended in a. new way, give new GOOD tUCK --with added fortifier--a »«? flavor freshness that is really delicious! - Andthefortifieryouget with each package of this ncio GOOD LUCK, contains 9,OOO units of healthful "»·» Points is amazingly economical--as a I ' · te «0fley|' spread or in grand-tasting recipes! for freshest flavor tver- NEW GOOD LUCK shorteninq ! Distributed by HOXffi FECIT COMPANY, Mason City, Iowa JANUARY FOOD BUYS C E Brand Pure Concord Grape Jelly 17c Pound Jar. No Points; PILLSBURY'S PANCAKE FLOUR THICKER, RICHER SUDS OXYDOL Large -- Package . . . . Z1C REGULAR BLUE LABEL GOLDEN Karo Syrup Pound Jar .. The New Way to Drink Your Vitamins and Like 'Eni! BORDEN'S MEMO 59c SUNSWEET PURE PRUNE JUICE Quart Bottle. . No Points 29c CAMAY SOAP The Soap of Beautiful Women 3 Cakes 20C ^INSTANT RALSTON Pkg. 'WHOLE GftAtv : · . FANCY RICE 2 «, 19c BAND PICKED MICHIGAN NAVY BEANS 3 ». 25c MOTHER'S HACAKOKI RINGS or SHELLS... 3 «~20c BETTY CROCKER ' SOUP MIX « t 9 C GKEEN ^ABEt BREH BABBIT MOLASSES "*iz PACKED IN TOMATO SAUCE Van Camp's BEANS. 2 '££ 29c tT3TUEE_ SHOESTRING OB. 2 cai!23c O . DICED BEETS .. Fresh Spinach Lb. Fresh California 4 AM Carrots Bunch 1UC POTATOES Round Whites No. 1 100-Pound £* imp S"=ks 93*75 Pure as Soap Can Be IVORY £ Med. ^ A S O A P . . . . 5 CakesZOC Pascal Celery ..... Bunch Texas Sweet Seedless Grapefruit, Jonathan No. 1 Apples ---- Box Fresh -Cabbage ........ Lb.jC CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP 3 ST. 25c CHARM1N TOILET TISSUE * Rolls Personal Sixe IVORY S O A P . . . . for Economy Size 19c c. te l4cU v oS Y triOc BEEF SSs^::::::::;;;:;:;:-. ^ |f: DAD IT Roasts f VllXm Loin End Cut, 2'/ 2 -3 Ibs Lb. LAMB Brookfield Links Lb. 39c Braunschweiger . . . . Lb. 35c Pork Sausage Lb. 35c Ring Liver Sausage, Lb. 28c Corned Beef L o a f . . Lb. 38c Minced Ham Lb. 28c Frankfurters Lb. 35c CHICKENS-Good Quality-Fresh Dressed PORK TENDERLOINS 45c Pork Liyer Lb. 17e Beef Hearts Lb. 19c Veal Hearts Lb. 19c Pork .Hocks Lb. 19e Shank E n d . . Lb . 33c Butt Lb. 35c FRESH FROZEN FISH - PIKE - PERCH -- HALIBUT LARD Mb. Carton l?c PHONE 542 FEDERAL TM MARKETS SHOP HERE AND SAVE Brookfield Longhorn CHEESE POUND 37c DECREASE SEEN IN RATE OF GAIN IN TB CAMPAIGN Those Who Overlooked Payments Urged to Act Promptly A decrease in the rate of gain of 1944 Christmas seal sale over the year's previous is reportec by the Iowa Tuberculosis association on the basis of figures from 62 representative communities Although the latest reports on the 1st 27 days of the sale show that these communities now holt a 29.2 per Cent average gain over the same period last year, the state is failing to maintain the 35 per cent gain recorded during the 1st 12 days of the sale. · The Cerro GorCo county tota for this period is $4.954.91' compared with 54,069.35 lor the Is 27 selling days in the 1943 campaign. Local Christmas ( Seal workers expressed the hope that persons who overlooked the seals during the Christmas season will pay for them promptly to accelerate the present slackening pace of returns · Reports from the 621 communities show a total of $114,813.45 as compared with §88,882.17 received during the same period in 1943. Highest percentage gain among Cities over 10,000 population is now held by Bes Moines with 66 per cent over 1943. Other leaders are Ottumwa, 56 per cent; Newton, 50 per cent; Fort Madison, 49 per cent and Marshalltown, 4( per cent. Among the smalfer cities the top percentage gain is reported by Cedar Falls with 113 per cent, followed closely by Sac City with 112 per cent- Outstanding gains have also been reported by Corydon 107 per cent; Humboldt, 103 pel cent; Algona, 100 per cent; Glenwood, 74 per cent; Oelwein, 69 per cent; Spencer, 65 per cent Rockwell City, 62 per cent; Sheldon, 61 per cent; Marengo, 60 percent and Greenfield, 51 per cent. "Tuberculosis is still a serious menace and its prevalence can be greatly reduced by a strong consistent program," Iowa Tuberculosis association officials stated "Year-aroun'd tuberculosis work is made possible by the annual Christmas Seal sale." CASUALTY LIST IN U,S, RISES Losses in German Drive Not Included Washington, (/P)--Exclusive o£ he bitter German counter-offensives, American combat casualtie; hrough Dec. 21 totaled 638,139. This was an increase of 9,698 over :he-total announced last week for ie period through Dec. 14. Secretary of War Stimson told a news conference the war de- artment has not yet. received an accurate statement of personnel ind materiel losses resulting from he nazi drive launched December 6. He added it will be some time icfore a report is available. Army casualties totaled 556,352 hrough December 21, an increase f 8,529, and the navy's total was 1,787, a'rise of 1,169. The army's figures reported 'hursday and those reported last veek follow: Killed, 103,991 and 102961" vounded, 326,127 and 319,935; ·Hissing 77,367 and 65,762; prison- rs of war, 59,667 and 59,165. Comparable figures for the avy: K i l l e d 31,332 and 31,182; vounded, 36,697 and 35,942; miss- ng, 9,277 and 9,010; prisoners of: var, 4,481 and 4,484. The decrease n the prisoners of war category ?parently represented shifts to ther classifications. COBN coifpmtr BUTTER PKAH MEATS . BLUE DIAMOND ALMONDS IVOR? SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER SNOUT ^^··^·^·E--. r^^^^^ SEEDLESS RAISINS CHILI CON CARNE CHILI CON CARNE Mrs.Clarks' SALAD DRESSING I New! Better/ Ranch House, Pancakes HIGHEST PRE-WAR QUALITY A DELICIOUS TREAT WITH POULTRY OR MEAT VOES EVERYTHING* GET YOUR C l O T H E S REALLY W H I T E (SEEN TOMATOES 19 COOL SPRINGS GOLDEN CREAM CORN TEA GARDEN ME.MINT MLY 12 OZ ' ^ _ _ ill» I vkhk | JUMBlffiJARls: MISSION J-'MA B E A N S PURE HONEY MISSION ««= ?**"?«« DELMONTE 2 ° ' 2 5 C POUND JAR 21' 2 IE JAR 39 ,, SUNKIST NAVEL ORANGES : lt 12c U.S.No.1 IDAHO POTATOES IOO "»· Bag $3.6O 15 Pound Jack Rabbit SWEETS lOc Lorgt Stalk Pascal CELERY 25c TEXAS SEEDLESS L ge. 80 Si« GRAPEFRUIT 5,0,2$c Omar Flour., ssi, 25 C Cheerioats.. TSL Kellogg's Pep sa Quaker Oats a a, 25 C WASHINGTON STATE APPI.EQ Rome Bea « f y' Jonathans, * nC-C-bfi^ Delicious, Winesaps Z Ibs. NORTHERN TISSUE SCOT TOWELS Rm.T.TM.. QUART BOTTLE Ammonia STOCK SALT PRIME FED CHOICE = B · . BEEF ROASTS , b 2°6c PRIME QUALITY 13 Point . ROUND STEAK ,lj5c LITTLE PIG PORK HOCKS ,, - . . SIRLOIN STEAK ,1 35c UAL ' ..... QUALITY ' SAUERKRAUT FANCY FRANCES 2, b! 19c fANCY FRANCES MINCEMEAT 2, fc ,39c ^M «^^. M^k. ^^ ^ ^ ^_ _ _ _ LEAN, MEATY LEAN, MEATY , ,, . SHORT RIBS I h l7c BABY , D BEEF LIVER fc *S LITTI C DtC LITTLE PIG fc-i · i L.E no PORK LIVER Ib i 7c *ibs..jy%r f wnn blTEiIi SPRING FRIES and HENS ^ ^

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