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March 2, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

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Gamer School Plans for Election March 13 Garner -- The annual school election of the Garner independent school distriftt will be held Monday, March 13, according to an announcement made by Elmer Raw, secretary. Final date for candidates to file will be Friday this week. C. H. Schissel and A. E. Has- rnussen are the 2 directors whose terms expire and both are candidates to succeed themselves. Treasurer H. L. Ollenburg's term also expires and he is also a candidate to succeed himself. REPORTED KILLED Washington--Among 9 lowans reported killed in action by the war department Tuesday was Pvt. Donald F. Koth of Postville. He lost his life in the Mediterranean area. MORTON'S SALT ssf makes grapefruit taste S W E E T E R W H E N IT R A I N S IT POURS FRANK WOOD, 71, DIES OF BURNS Injured When Clothes Ignited in December Iowa Falls --Funeral services for Frank Wood, 71, who died at the University of Iowa hospital in Iowa City Tuesday night, will be held at the Wood funeral home Friday afternoon. Burial will be made in the Friends' cemetery. Death resulted from burns received when his clothing becanv: Ignited while he was attempt'..ig to fill a gasoline lantern l;;l December. He had been a patient in the university hospital since the accident. He was born in Louisville, Ky., Aug. 7, 1872. He married Mildred Simpson in 1898. He was a carpenter, and made his home in-Iowa Falls since 1922. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. L. L. Rosson of Iowa Falls; a sister, Mrs. Jake Chaplin oi Porter, Minn., 2 brothers, Fielding of Williams, and Elaine of Webster City. His wife lives in Lo: Angeles. IOWANA BACON is NO. 4 GOOD NOW Your SPARE Meat Stamp No. 4 is now valid. It will be good the rest of this v.-eek, through Saturday, March 4. AND YOU CAN HAVE IOWANA SLAB BACON or IOWANA SLICED BACON Whichever you buy, lowana slab or lowana sliced bacon, you'll SAVE points and money. And your family will like Decker's lowana because it's QUALITY bacon. So be sure to ask for IOWANA. it's Moving 3ay on Farm; Many Change Jolce--Some of the M a r c h lovings in this community are as ollows: / Mr. and Mrs. Svend' Bjornscn nd family from the Gullick \veed farm to a farm near Clear ake. Mrs. Tom Tweed and fam- y move to the Gullick Tweed arm from the Ole Haugo farm Inch will be tenanted by Art Cnutson. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Rollefson old their farm to Milo Dahl and noved to a house in Northwood vhich they purchased. Oswald ognes has moved from the Melin Slattum farm to the Dahl arm and Melvin Sanden moved rom the J. D. Kent farm north of oice to the Slattum farm. LeRoy kelson of Lake Mills has rented he Kent farm. Cot-bit Adams has moved to a 9 acre farm north of Albert Lea. oim Oakland has rented the Adams farm. Orville Hanson and family eaves the Haugo farm northeast of Joice for the west coast, where le expects to join the merchant narines. Nels Henderson has -ented the Haugo farm. Herman Terbeck and family eave the Joice community to a farm east of Mason City. Arnold Ofstadahl of Emmons, moves to :he Terbeck farm. George Banken moves to the Allen Gilbertson farm which he has purchased. Mrs. Gilbertson and Helen move to Joice where they have purchased a home. Sherman Charleson has moved from the Dahlseide farm to a farm near Northwood. Erling Brunsvold has purchased a farm west of Forest City. Arnold Brunsvold will farm near Northwood. Arnold Sorenson moves to the Dolan farm vacated by Adolph Thorvildson who wil farm near Lake Mills. Arnold Holstad and family move to the Calgaard farm vacated by Byron Nessa who moved to the J. Brunsvold farm. Emmlet Harmon moved from the Brunsvold farm to the Emil Iverson farm near Winnebago, which has been tenanted by S. N. Larson, who will farm near Elk Creek. Ole Nappe has purchased a farm north of Hanlonlown. United Service Women Organize County Unit Kensett--United Service Women of Manly went to Kensett Tuesday evening when an organization of the county was formed. Elected as county officers were Mrs. A. Schwartz, Manly, president; Mrs. Onverson, Fertile, vice president; Mrs. Harvey E. Gaarder, Northwood, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Norman Norland, Kensett, cian, and Mrs. Ty Dcgroot, North- historian; Mrs. Helman Gaarder, EH Colby, ll.anlontown, statisti- Kensett. sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Lee Mensch, Manly, chaplain; Mrs. wood, Red Cross contact woman. Admits He Bought 75 Pounds of Garbage for Use in Restaurant New York, (^P)--Adolph Gut man, 49, a restaurant owner, was fined $250 in municipal term court when he admitted a health department charge that he bought 75 pounds of garbage for use i: his restaurant. The health department accuse him of buying 3 bushels of "rottei and foul-smelling" fruits am vegetables [for 50 cents from peddler who had separated the from swill being collected by Thursday, March 2, 191t 21 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE scavenger as food for pigs on New Jersey farms. The peddler, Gustave Herman, 53, was sentenced to 30 days in the workhouse after pleading guilty to violating the sanitation code. 1 Mrs.Clarks I SALAD DRESSING SIR BERTRAM RAMSAY, tall, spare coinmander-in- chief of allied naval units for the invasion of Europe, is perhaps the world's foremost expert on planning vast sea expeditions. He served with Britain's naval war college and the imperial defense college before becoming rear admiral and chief of staff of the home fleet in 1935. Greene --The local Red Cross sewing unit, with the assistance of several other local organizations, recently completed 70 more Red Cross overseas bags whioh makes a total of 215. DAREDEVIL -- Sir Bertram took to sea early, entering the royal navy at 15. Aboard a destroyer in World war I, he had charge of the famed Dover command. He built a reputation for daring with the diiwn patrol. He retired from service in 1938. SAVE at RAIZES!I WE CLOTHE AND FEED THE ENTIRE FAMILY FOR LESS I Rubber Footwear for the entire family. Now a complete line on hand in all sizes and at Special Prices. For your work GLOVES see Sam Raizes First Cotton flannel gloves and mittens *^^ up Leather Glaves and Mittens from 69c to 15c We have thousands of dollars worth of winter merchandise arriving too late for fall business. Now being sold at Cloie-Out Prices. A visit to our store will mean Many Dollars saved on your purchase. FRESH MEATS BUTTER LARD Corn Country or Brookfield Ib. 45c 17c SLICED BACON ,,, 35c PICNICS Ifc 29c BEEF ROASTS , t 23c Chickens and Oysters n 1S n PIG TAILS -- OX TAILS -- NECK BONES FRUITS £ VEC. SsCABBAGE , b .7c NEW CARROTS HEAD LETTUCE DRY ONIONS GRAPEFRUIT II 5 , 0 , 2?c PASCAL CELERY .,,,-24c RUTABAGAS Canodbn P.un6C .2 Bunches Large 12C . 2 Pounds 15C DYNAMO --World war II brought him back in uniform to patrol his old beat at the Dover straits. Here he directed the masterful Dunkirk evacuation which won him honor as a Knight Commander of the IJ;ith and nickname "D u n k i r k » Dynamo." CREAMETTES |y||||p Box 7c KRAFT DINNER Box I0c "GOLDEN" WHEAT" MACARONI or SPAGHETTI, 3-lb. Bag 27c C--3c BOXES MATCHES Carton 23c FORTRESS TOILET TISSUE 4 Rolls 18c 8» COUNT PAPER NAPKINS . . . . Box 9c SAI.TINE CRACKERS 2-lb. Box 25c Maraschino CHERRIES Bottle 23c BARTLETT PEARS No. 2'A Can 23c TOMATO JUICE No. 2 Can lie Dole PINEAPPLE JUICE.. No. 5 Can 39c SWEET PICKLES Jar 24c MIXED VEGETABLES.... No. 2 Can 18c Wheaties.. Cheerioats. »**,, 29c 23c Foiger's 29c Ib. Del Monte Pound . . 29c Butter-Nut . Ib. 33c Box 19c Betty Crocker SOUP . . ! Box lOc Vegetable Beef SOUP 4 pts. Can 17c DESIGNER--Ramsay then went to work on a design for victory, mapped the sea-borne invasion of north Africa that drew praise from Eisenhower, and the assault on Sicily. Now he is at work on the last sketch in that design, the European invasion. BUY THIS 2.45 Fluf-Tex Pudding Mix, 3--13c Boxes 25c Clinton Puddings, Butter- Scotch, Lemon, Chocolate and Vanilla, 4 A M 4 Boxet 17V Salad Dressing or Sandwich Spread, 4--lOc Jars 25c DIAMOND BROS. 30 EAST STATE STREET -- ACROSS FROM SEARS, ROEBUCK TWO-POUND JAR Lady Coritine CITRUS Marmalade NO POINTS NEEDED FANCY CALIFORNIA FRESH DATES, Ib. 39c FANCY SMALL SWEET P. M. BRAND PEAS c 2 Cans 25. 8 Points Per Can STOCK SALT iU ES 100-LB. BAGS, MINERAL, SULPHUR or IODIZED LARGE VARIETY AT ATTRACTIVELY LOW PRICES BUY MORE WAR BONDS SAM RAIZES DEPT. STORE We RCMTTC Right to Limit FARMERS! WE PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR EGGS I Declares Jap Shortage of Shipping Not as Great as Reported Los Anseles, (U.P.)--Japan's ship ping shortage may not be so great as reported, according to a 35- year resident of Nippon. Speaking to the Lawyer's club here, Dr. F. W. Meckeiman, former professor in the Methodis college, Tokyo, said Wednesday night he saw harbors filled vath ships. The Japanese, he said, were prepared to sacrifice the ships in a war with this country, and since they expected to lose them, hat not even painted them. "Japan," he said, "has built it fleet to where it can stand the IDE of a ship a day for 3 years." He personally had observet Japan's preparation for the wa since 1920, he said, but American statesmen paid no heed to warn ings. The military caste was blamec for the conflict. It is more firml entrenched than the Junker cast in Germany, since it has been power for 2,600 years, Meckel man said. 49-Lb. Bag Reputation Vitamin Enriched · Flour. $1.65 I STRIKAL1TE Matches, 6 boxes 21c 3 PKGS. MINUTE MAN Soup Mix. 25c MOM'S CHOCOLATE SYRUP, jar 17c 50-Lb. Bag Gold Medal Vitamin Enriched Flour. $239 Fancy Golden Bantam Cream Style-Sondra Brand CORN 2 Cans 17. 8 Points Per Can 4-BAR DEAL FAIRY Soap . . . 20c Taffy Shorties LB. Cookies.. 19c 3 ! ,-:-Lb. Bag Reputation Pancake Flour 19c QUART JAR FANCY Salad Dressing 32c Green or Wax 2 No. 2 Cans Beans . . 25c 2-LB. JAR CLABBER GIRL Baking Powder 23c Corn Country BUTTER Ib. 46c Strictly Fresh EGGS doz. 32c FANCY SPANISH SALTED PEANUTS, Ib. 29c 18-OZ. CAN V-8 Juice ... IJc 2 POINTS 3 LB. PKG. NAVY Beans .. 25c 2 POINTS PER LB. RYE OR RYE GRAHAM Flour. 5 LB. BAG 22c VAN CAMP'S Complete Dinner A Meal for 6 for only 6 Meat Points 2 Pkgi. Tenderoni, 1 Jar Chili Can Came. . 45c FANCY DILL TOMATOES, qt. 25c Buy War Savins* Bonds an Stamps from your Globc-Gazetl carrier boy. CHOCOLATE JAR Herao . . . 59c -LB, BAG DOG FOOD KEN-L-BISKIT 25c rLB. PKG. PEARL BARLEY . 25c COFFEE High Grade AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES Diamond's Best . 30c Moca Bean . . . . 21c Brilliant 21c CALIFORNIA SARDINES PILCHARDS, can . lie 12 POINTS Sunswect Small 3 LBS. Prunes.. 3Jc 4 POINTS · '' PINT BOTTLE RUBBING ALCOHOL __ 19c Burry's Cocktail BOX Crackers. 25c HEINZ MUSTARD, HEINZ jar 9c QUART Vinegar . 21c To Make Delicious Gravy Kitchen Bouquet 23c 3UART BOTTLE RADIANT Furniture Polish _.... 25c 2 BOXES WHEATIES 19c Tobacco. 75c N. B. C. Shrcddies or Shredded Wheat 2 Boxes 24c Morton House With Noodles Turkey Consomme 3 Cans 29c 4 Points Per Can 3-LB. JAR Spry ... 6?c 15 POINTS 12-Oz. Can Luncheon Meat Snacks.. 39c 5 POINTS SUGAR 5 Pound Pkg. Of| Granulated ·JU^ Lifebuoy or Lux TOILET SOAP 3 Bars 21c CHEDDAR LB. Cheese . . J2c MIRACLE WHIP, Pint Thompson's Seedless 4 Lbs. Raisins . . 52c 2 QUART BOTTLES Bleach.. 19c To Clean Closet Bowls BOWL-X, 2 cans 35c VAN CAMP'S PRE-COOKED 2 BOXES Large Box Diamond's Best CAKE FLOUR 19c LARGE BOX FLUF-TEX PUDDING MIX _ lOc PLAIN 2 LBS. PINK SALMON, Tall Con BACON SQUARES, Pound Van Camp's PORK BEANS, Pound Jar POTATO CHIPS, ZOc Sice for. . . . 25c ISc lie 15c Noodles . 19c GRANDMA'S MOLASSES, qt. jar 39c Beans. ..25c 2 POINTS PER BOX 5 Cans Rider's TOMATO ..25c Soup 4 3 CAKES ! Soap 4 POINTS PER CAN 3 CAKES SWAN 18C Van Camp's 14 Oz. Bottle Catsup.. 18c SONDRA GOLDEN BANTAM Corn . . . TOMATO JUICE, No. 5 Can SAUERKRAUT, I Quart Jar 3 Cans 25c 20c 20c . RINSO or LUX FLAKES Large Box 23c Jonathan, 2 Pounds for APPLES 23C DOZEN Lemons . 35c CALIFORNIA Carrots, 2 bunches . 15c HEAD LETTUCE, 2 for . 19c No. 1 Stock Idaho Russets Northern Cobblers Peck 48c 100-lb. Bag $2.98 MARSH SEEDLESS Grapefruit 96 Size, 10 for 39c CALIFORNIA CABBAGE, 2 Ibs. . lie Extra California Fancy Asparagus No. 2 Can. . 15 Points la 35* QT. JAR LUNCHEON Peanut Butter 39c 50-Lb. Bag Pillsbury's Best ^^ Vitamin Enriched Flour. $239 CRACKERS, 6 Pounds .. DARK Syrup WAFFLE Syrup Modess "12" Modes* "56". 5 LB. JAR 36c .B. JAR 33c R. JAR 58c . 22c . 89c 5 LB. JAR

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