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March 23, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

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22 THURSDAY, MAECH 23, J939 NAME WINNERS IN HOBBY SHOW Judges Select Prize Exhibits at Y. M. C. A. Event Winners in the senior and junior divisions of the thirteenth annual Kiwanis-Y. M. C. A. Boys' Hobby show were announced Thursday by the judging committee. Division winners and their classifications are as follows: Natural history--Rocks and fossils, Byron Zaek, first, Jack Cabi- Jiis, second, both senior; sea shells Paul Modlin, first. Bob Grupp second, both junior; butterflies and moths, Paul Zeigler, first', Jack Cabinis, second, both seniors; soils and sands, Teddy Davison' junior; minerals, Byron Zacb senior. Coins--American, Merrill Johneon, senior, Richard Lloyd Jones Iirst, Stanley 'MeLain, second, JVTalcom Gore, .third, and Jack Bailey, fourth, all junior; foreign, Myron Zeigler, first, Stanley Mc- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Lain, second, Sanford Loomi third, all junior. In Stamp Division Stamps--United States, Junio Nelson, first, George Gooder, sec ond, Merrill Johnson, third, a senior, Jack MacNider, first. Har old Van Essen, second, Jac Shockey, third; blocks and cqver Edwin SowJes, first, Junior Ne son, second, senior, Wallace Burns junior; commemeratives, Jac MacNider, junior. Miscellaneous -- Buttons, Frit Colleri, first, Bob Wells, seconc both junior; marbles, Jim Suther land, senior, Walter Hae, Jr., jun ior; postcards, Sanford Loomis first, James Heddens, second, bot junior; candy wrappers, Bi Crawford, junior; ribbon badges Herbert Boothroyd, first, Harol Marshall, second, both junior pennants, Dick Farrer, senior. Keys, Fritz Collen, junior; tim tables, Billy Stand, junior; blot ters, Fred Detra, first, Sanford Loomis, second, both junior, Ir win Groff, senior; match boo!, covers, Bob Huffman, first, Har old Asper, second, both senior, Ce ciJ Gondreau, first, Harold Marsh all, second, Jay CaldweU, third, al junior; puzzles, Richard Berry junior. Serapbooks Judged General scrapboofc, Junior Nel son, first, Dalas Humphrey, sec v without THERE'S NO CRACKER IN THE WORLD THAT HELPS YOU IN SO MANY WAYS! RtTZ IS ALWAYS "CORRECT" --Serve Ritz any time! With beverages--with meals--for afternoon tea--at late supper parties. Here is the one cracker above all others that is never out of place. RITZ IS ALWAYS POPULAR-It s America's favorite cracker. More people eat Ritz than they do any other cracker. They ear it with cheese--with soup and salad--with drinks and spreads. They eat it alone-and how they love it! RITZ IS ALWAYS AT ITS BEST-It's always fresh and crunchy --always deliciously golden- brown. You never find a Ritz cracker "limp" or tasteless- even when you get down to the bottom of the package. A special bakine secret protects its crackling freshness. Load up with Ritz for the ·week-end. Your food store has a jresh supply waiting jar you. ~~^^^,^^g^^^^~ BE SMART! Put Ritz Crackers on the daily bread tray. A wonderful pepper-upper for the family appetite! HERE'S AN ,1DEA KR DESSERT ; v Dalicioui FIG NEWTONS - tot- ! ciou* tree-ripened figs- and "\ goldert-brown coke. Get o' j ' - package today. Products of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY' H-M-M FRUIT MARKET AND NORTH FEDERAL GRAPEFRUIT, Large Sixe, 12 for. . CELERY, Large Stalks ...... - A 1UC HEAD LETTUCE, Fancy Heads BANANAS, Foney, 4 Ibs KRIEGER'S BLOOMING PLANTS ORANGES, Exfra Good, Each ] c Red Pitted Cherries, Lge. No. 10 Can 49c PEACHES, Large No. 10 Can 35 C Cool Spring Golden Bantam CORN, Large No. 2 Grins, 4 for 25e POTATOES, Extra Good, 100 Ib. bag $1.39 Occident FLOUR, 49-lb. Bag . . . . . $1.59 Cool Spring TOMATOES, Large -No. 2 Can /C Red Arrow *%P~ GELATINE, 7 Pkgs. *5C North State PEAS, Large No. 2 Con. . Stokley's Sliced PEACHES, 2'/ 2 Can _ ,, , WR. FARMER: ILUKE B. MILLER, U. S A BRING US YOUR EGGS 1 Manager ond, both senior, John Ransdall. first, James Farrer, second, Eobert Erholm, third, all junior; historical scrapbook, Robert Thomas, first, Dean Skovlin second, Gerald Cady, third, all junior. Heligious scrapbook, Charles Hagerman, first, James McNitt second, Jerold Tilton, third, all junior; magazine scrapbook, Jack Boyce, first, Dick Swindell, second, both junior; printing, B o b Stoyles, Jr., junior; sports, Don Burmeister, junior; animals, Don Calkins, first, Walter Bender, second, Bob Wells, third, all junior- place cards, James Heddens, junior. Safety scraphooks, John Boyce, first, Jerold Tilton, second, both junior; cosmopolitan scrapbook, Don Heddens, senior; pencils Dwayne Dreher, senior; bottles Dick Mott, first, Danni Zack, second, Dick Bailey, third, all junior- glass slippers, James Heddens! junior. · . Salt and pepper shakers, Don Heddens. senior; atlases, Don Heddens, senior; vases, Don Hedd e n s , senior; pipes, Stanley Haynes, senior; state covers. Bob Bailey, junior; tickets. Merrill Johnson, senior; programs, D i c k Bailey, senior; printing, Roger Patrick, senior. "Winners Chosen Curios--best collections, Danny Zack, first, Fred Detra, second, Warren Tilton, third, all junior; best collection of Indian relics, Robert Thomas, junior. Aquariums -- Richard Farrer, senior. Handicraft--wood turning, Bob Birdsell, junior; tables, Earl Leamen, first, Robert Edgington, second, senior, Glenn Wyborney, junior; lamps, Earl Leamen, senior, Bob Birdsell, first, Glenn Wyborney, second, both junior; wood carving, Earl Leamen, senior; wood working novelties, Robert Edgington, senior. Bob Church first, Bob Stoyles, Jr., second, Jerold Tilton, third, all junior wood clocks, Bob Allen, senior. ' In Knot Tying Knot tying, John Garcia, first, Tom Harfaerson, second, Harley 3ay, third, senior; wood burning, Richard Berry, first, Dick Mott second, Charles Hagerman, third all junior; belts, Robert Thomas junior; log .cabins, Jack Cabinis senior; basketry, Robert Thomas junior; metal tapping, Rober Thomas, first, Jerold Tilton, sec ond, Bichard' Berry, third, all junior. Bows and arrows, Jay Brown first, Eugene Manning, seconc both senior; Sanford Loomis, jun lor; bird houses. Jack Cabinis senior; novelty shelves, Jack Cabi nis , senior; metal work, Don Chamberlain, first, Don Wright second, both senior; house, Rober Easley, first, Don Easley, second both senior; weaving. Dan Zack junior. Art--Charcoal drawings, Jack Larson, senior; pastel landscapes Lowell Shannon, first, Don Heddens, second, Jack Larson, third all senior, Fred Detra, junior free hand drawings, Lowell Shannon, first, Jack Earson, second Bob George, third, all senior Richard Lowe, first, John Vance Jr.,. second, Dick Murren, third, al junior; posters, Don Broadbent first, Jack Larson, second, senior.' In Drawing Work Perspective drawings. Jack Larson, first, Eugene Manning, second both senior; mechanical drawings Joe Symencek, first, Jack Marten second, Don Chamberlain, third all senior; silhouettes, Billy Mondt junior; soap carvings, Dick Bailey senior; clay modeling, Bob George first, Stanley Haynes, second, both senior; model house, Eugene Manning, senior. Models--Ships, Bob Bramely farst, Eugene Manning, ' second both senior, Teddy Davidson, first, Ray Kassell, second, both junior- flying airplanes, John McQuatters, first, Willard Leiber, second, Bob wass, third, all senior7 Cecil Gondreau, first, Bob Champlin, second, Leonard Lindsay, third, all junior. Airplanes Entered Gas model airplanes, John - Quatters, senior; non-flying airplanes, Bob Jorgenson, first, Bob Wass, second, Kirhy Payne, third all senior; Jim Haddy, first, Howard O'Leary, second, both junior- midget display, Clay Thomas 5 *NOW BUYS BIG V FUJ ANN PAGE BEANS WHITEHOUSE EVAP. MILK 4 c TM 25c SALAD DRESSING £TM * : - 2 9c ANN PAGE SPARKLE DG -^ ..... 3 ^ 12c A P NN B PAGEPRESERV P ES!!!.!!: »- io c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 220 Size «j r- ORANGES, 2 dozen J D C SS Size GRAPE FRUIT, dozen Extra Fancy Winesap APPLES 4 Ibs Idaho Russet OO POTATOES, peck . . . J5 C CELERY, bunch Green ONIONS, 3 hunches ....... RADISHES, 3' bunches CARROTS, bunch 12c lOc lOc 5c Vegetable Shortening CRISCO Cold Stream PINK SALMON .... Sultana PEANUT BUTTER Del Malz Cream Style CORN, 2--n oz. cans Del Maiz NIBUETS, 2--12 oz. cans Cm %? Ann Pase SPAGHETTI, 4--15% oz. cans Ann Page KETCHUP, 2--14 oz, bottles Sultana RED BEANS, 16 oz. can 19c 23c 25c 23c . 5 c Ken-L-RATION, 3--16 oz. cans .. 49c lie 25c 23c Daily Growth CHICK STARTER, 100 Ib. ba* ....... Daily Growth Fine CHICK FEED, 100 Jb. b3ff $2.05 Daily Egg MASH, 100 Ibs Northern Tissue A Fine Bathroom Faper- Linen-izcd for Softness. Roll T» i -, % \i n a Trip to thc " N " ew Tork World's Fair!" Details on Every Package "Nectar" and "Our Own" Brand Teas. PAN-READY BULLHEADS, Ib ....................................................... 12 C SUGAR CURED SLAB BACON, Ib ................................................. i 6c FRESH PORK HEARTS and LIVER, Ib ............................. LARD, pound Boiling, Corn Fed BEEF, ib ..... , Vca! or Mutton STEW, Ib Fresh. Lean PORK, Ib ..7c lOc AP FOOD STORES senior; endurance tractors, Warren Kassel, first, Byron Zack, second, both senior; airport models Dallas Humphrey, senior; streamlined trains, Sanford Loomis first Jim Morris, second. Bob McEl- doon, third, all juniors. Hadio--Radio short wave, Keith Lustad, junior; radio crystal, John Boyce, first, Keith Lustad, second, both junior, Eugene Kendall, first, Virgil Baker, second, Chris Zanios, all senior; erector sets, Thomas Boyd, first, Carl Hendon, second, both junior; sending sets, Virgil Baker, first, Dick Marsh, second, John Hendon, third, all senior. Photography--exposed and developed by, Warren Kassel, first, Merrill Johnson, second, George Gooder, third, all senior; Richard Berry, junior; exposed and developed, Gene Payne, senior. Pastry--Cakes, Dallas Humphrey and Dick Farrer, tied for first, Byron Zack, second, Dick Bailey, third, all senior; David Patrick, first. Bert McNitt, second, David Dunlop, third, all junior- candy, Robert Roller, junior, Dick Farrer, senior; cookies, Byron Zack, senior, Jack Bailey, first Don Tubbesing, second, Davic Patrick, third, all junior; pies Irwm Gro££, senior, David Patrick first, Bert McNitt, second, boOa junior. On Vacation Vlsita KANAWHA--Maurine and Edward Engstrom, Lois Barber Florence Brummund and ' Rober Johnson, students at the Iowa State college at Ames, are spending a week's vacation at their homes. Other students home over the weekend were Tom Thompson, Rhea Gene Knoll and Norman Griffhorst of Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls and Nadine Thompson and Genevieve Hove!and of Waldorf college at Forest City. SERV-ALL FRUIT GROCERY No. 1 I 18th Street and So. Federal | No. Z 6th Street and So. Federal FREE' HEAD LETTUCE ****** One Sc Head With Every 75c Purchase ORANGES SPINACH NAVY BEANS APPLES POTATOES Sunkist, each Fresh, 2 Ibs. pound Fancy Winesap. 4 Ibs Cobblers, Large Size, peck BANANAS, Dozen '.... POP CORN, 8 Ibs. for Italian PLUMS, No. 10 can S '° re · Open for Summer Bnslaes: 10 Ibs. .! 9 Heinz DILL PICKLED, 1 A 6 for 10( See us for Fresh Tomatoes, Lettuce, Cabbage, Carrots, Rutabagas, Parsnips. Highest Prices Paid for Eggs STOP! AND SAVE MONEY AT FEDERAL Fruit 8 Vegetable Market North Federal -- Across From the Hartford PHONE 542 MazolaOil 5 S $4.89 7 Go " on 1/4 Gollon... 39c Imported Spanish Olive Oil 1 Gallon Can $13.50 ?2.29 Cheese , b .5Q C Butter lb . Hormel's Tender Hockless Picnics 23c Y «%···! Hormel's iiara P u r e .,. b. Pickled Mgs Feet 24c OMAR or P1LLSBURY. .,, ... ...... 4 9-lb. Sack $1.49 Owaronna Sifted, ........... 2'/ 2 -tb. Ubby's or Del Monte PEACHES, PEARS, Apricots Tomatoes 24-Con Cose .............. ... ....... ........ $1.75 Potatoes R du »et s .... loo-jb. sack $1*45 No. Minnesota Cobblers, 100-lb. Sack ........ $1.10 AMOMOAC Lor9e/ Juicy ' Sweet / tf«i Vran^Cft Sunkist or Florida, D o x e n . . . ZJC Grapefruit I:::; 6f 0r I9c Head Lettuce T. 8c i I5c Turnips, Mustard Greens, Spinach Fr »h 3, bs 15c Fresh Endives, Strawberries, Dandelion Greens, Pie Plant, Mushrooms, Asparagus, Green Beans, Broccoli, Green Peppers, Onions, Radishes and Jonquil Flowers. Is REA Supervisor GOODELL---Mrs. Dale Schriener and baby of Hibbings, Minn., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs E. J. Schneider. The Schrieners are moving to Sioux City where he lias accepted a position as REA supervisor for Woodbury county. ON EVERY PURCHASE SAVINGS... BE THRIFTY ECONOMIZE NATIONAL'S EVERYDAY PRICES ARE LOW! BUY AT NATIONAL TODAY Large Finn Golden Ripe BANANAS . . . , b 5° Sunkist Navel ORANGES . * 2 dOT 25 c LOOK WHAT 5c WILL BUY! KIPPERED SNACKS ... r/ 4 c, TT, 5c MACARONI -fciaggf* . . 7^« g 5c TOMATO SOUP oSS. ... .OK «. c., 5c H01 ?°. R 1 _ BEANS c?5?8 * « c.. 5c ·] "E£JCIOU8 ,, I? -- AVOBS « · · · · » · · 3'u 01. Pfcg. 3C STRONGHEART £ . .".'. *. i* « c«' Be LOOK WHAT io c WILL BUY! TOBACCO rrtnc« Aiiwt_v*iTrt--nut _. t « _ I IVSDAl»U.(J and Half -- Krahidu dob Tin IOC "·"^··ICwwMS BUTTONS 2-OZ. Tin IQC TOMATO JUICE SSF . . . z*.c» 10c IMPORTED SARDINES . .. 3'/,«. tm ijc SARDINES SffiJSS 15*11. IQci MIICTADn meson . _. ' "·W^IMKI* STILE . « . ?t. Jar |Q CANDY BARS or GUM 3 i« TOc I PEACHES SLICED OR HALVES c^r 10 CI PINEAPPLE GEMS ««- . . i4^ c. n 1C APPLE JELLY NATK»AL . . . . 13-01. J« r 10c| CATSUP £§!£, 14-or. fcHt.lfl PRESERVES 8 KS£*- 7 ^ J., X 1G ClfTPA^TC KATXONAjt,--VANUJtA i » ±n * M I . fc **- * ·%*%* I 9 ALMOXD t UEMWN ·** 1 - «otn» | Qc I SALTED PEANUTS »^. . . ; . ib 10c| BAGDAD DATES «n« .. ?««. pt a lOc ·i 1 '^ LOOK WHAT 25c WILL BUY! GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ^ 3 ££ 25c I PEANUT BUTTER SALAD DRESSING SB . . % 25c| 25e CUCUMBER PICKLES . . . . 2 £T 25c| SWEET GHuW-RED KIDNEY BEANS . . 3 % PORK BEANS'.-B? 4c 1 ^ 25c| SHREDDED WHEAT 2 rkt , 25e OYSTERS ^TAT 2 £ 25c SHRIMP SMALl WET PACKED 5c-10c-25c Household Values SCOT TOWELS. 10' IVORY SOAP. IQ-oi. Bar LEWIS LYE . . .3 25 IVORY SOAP. . NORTHERN TISSUE [lORTHEWI JISSUE Pure, soft White 650 Street Roll NATIONAL'S QUALITY MEATS Notionol's Quality Meats « u N ° R TM E R N DressetJ I Creamed COTTAGE 1 CHEESE, Ib... 7c «?!Vre ,u FILLETS, Ib. I Perch Fillets, H°"°ck Fillets, , . ISABLE FISH, It. IjC

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