Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 25, 1945 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 25, 1945
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1945 15 DIAMOND BROS. ECONOMY FOOD STORES Open Evenings Sundays Across From Sears, Roebuck Co. TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 10for39c Red Triumph POTATOES Peck 54c Head LETTUCE Head IOC New CABBAGE Pounds ORANGES California ' 20 ° Sile Navels Doi. 288 Size *(!Dozen. . AjFl Jonathan APPLES Pounds 25C Fancy Arkansas' BLACKS Z Pounds Z^C Michigan' DELICIOUS School j ^Q r Size Jibs. «fi7V Velvet or Prince Albert Tobacco .. Can lOc BABY FOODS GERBER'S . Strained PRUNES, GREEN BEANS, VEG. SOUP, SPINACH, VEG. AND LAMB, PEAS, ASPARAGUS, MIXED VEG., CARROTS, APRICOTS and APPLES, APPLE SAUCE, CUSTARD, PEACHES, PEARS. HEINZ' APPLE SAUCE, PRUNES, TOMATO SOUP, CARROTS, VEG. and LAMB, SPINACH, BEETS, PEAS, BEEF BROTH, BEEF AND LIVER SOUP. THIS IS AN INVENTORY OF STOCK NOW ON HAND. STOKELY'S PEAS, G R E E N BEANS, LIVER SOUP, BEETS, CARROTS, VEG. SOUP, SPINACH, APPLE SAUCE, APRICOTS. GERBER'S and STOKELY^S Can 7c HEINZ Can 9c Fresh Frozen OCEAN PIKE . . . . Ib.ISc Dried PEACHES ^Pound 35c Dried APRICOTS Pound J9C Karo SYRUP Pounds Dark . . 1 . . 3-lb.Can67c--6Points PUfiPKIM No. -2V2 £on^. ,p Grape Juice Quart Bottle Prune Juice 37c Quart Bottle 3 eace Plans Discussed at Church Dinner More than 150 persons attended a 'llowship dinner at the First tiristian church Wednesday eve- ng, where a discussion of the umbarton Oaks peace proposals ook place. The dinner was served y 13 hostesses. Following the dinner a song ervice was held with Mrs. Helen unn at piano, after which Staney L. Haynes and Karl Johannsen poke on world peace plans, the rogram being in charge of Mrs. arle Sheka, chairman o£ the community and world service department of the church. The Rev. eorge O. Marsh presided. Mr. Haynes outlined the pro- osals for the establishment of an nternational organization f o r leace as submitted by the Dum- arton Oaks conference in "Wash- ngton. Mr. Johannsen presented he reactions to the plan as ap- iraised by the Federal Council of Churches. Attending the event in a body vere members of the newly organized B. T. Pi class, taught by Ivan Barnes. The class is made up of women whose husbands are in he service. Guests from out om the city included Mo. M. M. 2/c A. A. Anderson from the southwest Pacific, home on a 30-day furlough. Mrs. Robert Dill, Hartsdale, N. Y.; Mrs. Gordon Werth, Highland, Ind., and Mrs. M. F. Boyden, Mitchell, S. Dak., a charter member of the church. Plans were announced for the youth fellowship dinner to be held at the church Jan. 21 and hostesses were announced for the next general fellowship dinner Feb. 7. McAuliffe Nominated for Promotion to Major General Washington, (/P) -- Brig. Gen. Anthony C. McAuliffe, who retorted with a defiant "nuts" to a German surrender ultimatum at Bastognc, was nominated Thursday lor promotion to major general. The 46 year old deputy commander of the 101st airboVne di- vision was decorated with the distinguished service cross by Lt. Gen. George S. Patton, Jr., in the field Dee. 30. McAuliffe's home is in Washington. Mr. Roosevelt also sent to the senate the nominations of 3 major generals to 3-star rank: Albert G. Wedemeyer, chieE of staff to Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek; Leonard T. Gerow, commander of the 5th corps in France, and William H. Simpson, commanding general of the 9th army on the western front. FOR TASTY FRESH COUNTRY I)A9 2/fr I 14-ox. Can. uuz. sn: 20 p oint3 _ _ FIGS 17c Yellow Cream Style CORN Chocolate SYRUP 15-oz. Jar . . . 21c Northern Tissue, 4 Rolls 2Jc Sun Haven ASPARAGUS SPEARS. No. 2 C a n . . . 35c - Corn Country BUTTER Pound ... 45c · ' Diamond's Best FLOUR 50 K $1.98 Quart Bottle BLEACH lOc Del Monte Cream CORN No. 2 Can . SUGAR PAPER NAPKINS, Box lOc DIAMOND'S BEST MILK 3 Cans IOWA HOUSE IN PLAYFUL MOOD Passes 4 Minor Bills; Greets 2 Representatives Des Moines, (/!')--The house was in a playful mood Thursday, but during a brief session it passed 4 minor bills, received 9 new ones and sang happy birthday for Reps. G. T. Kuester (R. Griswol'd), who celebrated his 57th birthday, and Ray E. Shepard (B. Chariton), who was 50. The effort of Rep. Arch W. McFarlane (R. Waterloo) to obtain passage of a measure largely af- feclin? Waterloo a n d Clinton brought forth the banter. The bill would permit park commissioners to lease park space for professional athletic games. After Rep. Andrew J. Nielsen (R. Council Bluffs) asked whether there should not be a limitation o£ the lease, the good-natured horseplay opened up. Various members shot rapid questions at McFarlane. Rep. Carroll Lane (H. Carroll) wanted to know whether gambling might be permitted under the measure. Rep. H. W. Walter (R.- Council Bluffs) asked whether dog racing was contemplated in Waterloo. After the fun had gone on for some time Rep. E. E. Poston (D.- Corydon) said he could not hear the conversation on the other side of the chamber. Rep. X. T. Pren- iis (R.-Mount Ayr) replied that it didn't amount to anything anyway. Thereafter the measure passed 98 to 2. Most important among the bills introduced was 1 to require annual licensing of most places showing motion pictures. The license fee would range from Jo to $10, there would be an annual inspection by the fire marshal's office, penalty for violation would be 30 days or $100, and religious or educational groups which show pictures only occasionally would be exempt. Gold Medal FLOUR 5 £".;...... JlC Pillsbury FLOUR 5Er d 32c Rake--Henry Quame left Sunday for Minneapolis to attend the annual hardware convention. He was accompanied by Gehard Tananger of Elmo re. Dole PINEAPPLE JUICE . . . 47-oz. Can 37c Van Camp's BEANS Cons 25c Bay of Fundy Fish Flakes 33c Pollock. 1-lb. Can White Meat TUNA FISH Can Pure APPLE BUTTER... 2-lb., S-oz. Jar 26c Pure Citrus Marmalade Pound Jar *%f» 25C Maraschino CHERRIES 40c 16-ox. Jar . . Heinz Steak SAUCE 8-oz. Bottle 25c Old Fashioned Hallow! DATES Imported.- Pound . . . 39c Heinz CHILI SAUCE 16-oz. Jar . . 25c Imparted Oolong Black TEA The Real Thing. 1 Pound. . . . . . . : 69c Peter Pan A Treat from Wheat for the Flavor that Never Grows Dull P'nut Butter 28c Glass Cortex TUN A FISH 25c Jaott-Jluui 1. CONTAINS LANOLIN 2. IT'S KIND TO YOUR HANDS 3. CLEANS AND RENEWS EVERYTHING 4. WONDERFUL FOR DISHES AND THE FAMILY WASH Can D. B. OATS Quick or Regular 19c 3 Vz- Pound Package . T O D A Y if 4T SBOCESY · HOWE · DRUG IV V f l R ' E T Y J D£PT STORES LAN-0-SHEEN is on sale at BOOMHOWER HARDWARE /MORE THE MORE TENDER DELICIOUS MACARONI SON COMING HOME Meservcy--Mr. and Mrs. II. B. ~rfuis received a letter from their ion, S. Sgt. Harvey Gruis, stat- ng he had arrived in the states and is in Charleston,,S.'Car,, and lopes to see his folks soon. Harvey has been seriously injured md is receiving medical care. He las been awarded the purple heart. G. I. 1'KOMOTED Fertile -- Mrs. Adolph Johnson. received word on Tuesday that her husband had received a promotion from corporal to sergeant and is stationed at Fort Blanding, Fla. SAVE MORE USED FATS-GET EXTRA RED POINTS Smadkin Good With Sausage! -ifc~fc--·--- j PANCAKE MIX Marfo by the Millet, of MOTHERS BIST fLOUg FIRST CALL FOR BREAKFAST They'll answer the first call for breakfast when you serve these fine foods HAZEL BRAND - W NATIONAL FOLGER'S or BUTTER-NUT COFFEE 1-Lb. Glass Jar Sic ROASTING CHICKENS EGGS 36c Doz. HAZEL ENRICHED FLOUR 50-Lb. Bag 1.89 R O U N D STEAK u. s. GOOD ucLKiun ^^^ ^^^ OLEOMARGARINE 29C *) D A ! _ * . Br*_ DA....J ^^^ 2 Points Per Pound UliUUND BEEF .... u , 25c BRAUNSCHWIEGER ,,,. 33c CUT UP SPICED HERRING.. ^ 79c Graham CRACKERS 2 Ib. Box ' PORK LOINS FRESH FRUITS - VEGETABLES CALIFORNIA NAVELS. 220 SIZE AND LARGER C E L E R Y 17c C A B B A G E ril.t.SBURY'S-- IIL'CKWIIEAT PANCAKE FLOUR .. ^ 14e CORK* MEAL FUHT IEARIUV;X ROLLED OATS . . . . BREAKFAST CERKAI, CREAM OF WHEAT *"'· 22c I ..::HKY'S COCOA MOLASSES ,,,, KAT1DNAI.--1',4 PIS. PER CAN EVAP. M KEl.l.OGG'S l'UST\S GRAPENUTS 8A1.EK.MJ PERSONAL IVORY .2 c . kt , 9c OW t 'pliTCH fc ?. b !?..2 SS 15c l.U|UIl III.K.I CM Jt DISINFECTANT HY-LO BLEACH .... c ^ 29c Hl'-IX( BBA.VD AMMONIA 3S; lOc Crystal While laindry Soap 3-14 PORK BEANS lie ALICE 21 -ox. Tin Sweetheart Toilet Soap 2 C ° k "13 ( LETTUCE IMPERIAL ICEBERG. JUMBO 48 SIZE

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