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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 25, 1945
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16 THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Here ·* There ; H u t c h i n s -- Mrs. Elsworth .; Spencer and sons, Kurt and Stan;ley, and a friend, Mrs. Fahey - Gress of Ottosen, and Mrs. G. A. -Hobinsbn were recent guests at the C. L. Steiner home. - Hutchins--The Leslie Tviet fam- ·^ily of Eagle Grove, the Bernard "Spangler family of Cor with, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Larson and baby of Nora Springs, and Mrs. Helen Larson. and Mrs. Nell Zoeller ot Britt, were recent guests at the Norris Larson home. Manly--Mr. and- Mrs. 'Ralph King have sold their residence to Charles Peterson and will /move to St. Paul. Mr. Peterson, who has been farming, is having a sale of stock and other equipment and will'move to his newly purchased residence in Manly. Garner -- The Garner night school will meet at the high school auditorium Monday evening under the direction of Dean Nerdig, Tea at its Best "SAIADA" TEA In Pack»a«i and Tea Bagi at Your Grocei'c vocational agriculture instructor. ·Feeds and Feeding" will be the topic. Carpenter --Paul Frances of the navy, who is spending a leave at the home of his mother, Mrs. Winnie Francis, Rockford, spent Tuesday with his cousin, Mrs. Nuel iulbertson and family. Rake --A farm sale was held at the G. E. Tapanger farm north of town Wednesday. The farm has aeen rented by the late Orion Jagerson for the past few years. Hervie Thompson and family who have rented the farm will move from a farm across the road. Stacyville -- Miss Gwendolyn Barbar of Onn Arbor, Mich., has taken a position as saleslady in the Trade Post. Hanlontown --Sgl. Donald Ouverson of Fort Leavenworth, Kans., is spending a 10 day furlough with his wife and son; Mrs. Ouverson and Dennis, also with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin' Ouverson. Fertile -- Ernest. Carr entered Park hospital at Mason City Sunday and submitted to a major operation Monday morning. Rake -- Mrs. Ed Matson of Charles City and Mrs. Cora Sabin of Wausau, Wis., are visiting relatives here. Ackley--Ott Nieklas has sold his residence in west part o£ town to Jake Harken. Allison--W. C. Poldeboer pur- chased the home of the late A. L. I Surfus and possession was given at ,once. Mr. Poldeboer is county organization director of the Farm Bureau and moved here from New Hartford. Rake --Mrs. Mente Asmus returned home Monday from · St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, Minn., where she has .been the past 3 weeks: She underwent a major operation. Clarksville -- Lt. Raymond Rhoads is spending this week with Clarksville relatives. He is being transferred from Pecos, Tex., to Columbia, S. Car. . Coulter--Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sorensen returned Tuesday from a week's visit with relatives in Minneapolis, and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and tyrs. Albert Sorensen at New Hampton. Sheffield-- Willis Hudson, Riverside, 111., is visiting at the home of his father, B. F. Hudson. Sheffield --Delmar Stange, seaman 2/c, Farragut, Idaho, spent a few days visiting at the R. C. Skeries home. St. Ansgar--Mrs. Bessie Schulze and her niece, Bonnie Leraaen, went to Watertown, Wis., to attend the wedding of Mrs. Schulze's daughter, Wanda Sehulze, Saturday. Ackley -- Mrs.' Lula Ammann returned Monday from Wesley where she attended the funeral o£ her nephew, Clarence Hanig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hanig. A1U VlsU-- Sgt, La Vern Has- kpvec, who has been with the marines in the Pacific for about 2 years, arrived home Monday to give his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Haskovec and family, a pleasant surprise. He has a 30- day leave. K a n a w h a -- The Amsterdam YOU CANT MISS WITH THESE I QUALITY FOODS RINSO Large Pkg. 21c Libby's Homogenized BABY FOODS Cans 43c White Petrolene Laundry Soap BLUE BARREL 2 Giant |0j, 1-lb. Cakes.... *7V FANCY GOLDEN CREAM STYLE CORN " N o 2 C o n s 20 Pts., Each SANTA CLARA 40-50 SIZE LARGE PRUNES 2 * 27c ·y NO. z Cans CHOICE QUALITY WHOLE ,, ratals PEELED APRICOTS . .*!* FRIDAI'S LAKGE, SWEET ' yi Point, Each FANCY PEAS FUTURE SHOESTKING OK K» Points DICED BEETS MOTHER'S OR JENNY LEE'S PCEE EGG NOODLES ACTIVE FACIAL LATIIKE L U X SOAP . . . . 3 Cakes 2 No-2 Cans Cello B 20c LIFEBUOY SOAP cakes \ Northern Whites POTATOES f AA found lyM Sacks.. Rome Beauties, APPLES, B o x . . . Wonder Bread, L o a f . , lie Pascal Celery, Bunch. . 19c Fresh Broccoli, Bunch. .24c Cauliflower, Ib I9c Fresh Parsnips, Ib lOc Fresh Turnips, Ib 8c SALAD A TEA, »£- '/4-lb. Pkg £j California Sunkist 9A«t ORANGES, Dozen. . 3?£ Texas Sweet Seedless GRAPEFRUIT 10 for Omar WONDER «*r M FLOUR, 5-lb. Sack 4V Our Quality Neat Deserves Your Red Points GRADE A-ROUND STEAKS SIRLOIN STEAKS T-BONE STEAKS Ib. 35c Ib. 37c Ib. 45c PREMIUM SMOKED BEEF TONGUES . lb.39c No Points i SWIFT'S QUALITY LAMB Legs Ib. 35c Rib Chops Ib. 37e Shoulders Ib. 33c PORK CHOPS Ib. 34c PORK STEAKS Ib. 27c PORK ROASTS. Ib. 25c CHICKENS -- GOOD QUALITY -- FRESH DRESSED . . . . . . Ib. 39c I Dairy Smoked Sausage Ib. 35c Ib. 29c I Premium Braunschweiger Ib. 38c Ib. 35c I" lowano Luncheonette. . . , 12-oz. tins 34c Bropkfreld Links Losobrosa Stick Chili. Dairy Wieners Swift's Thuringer FEDERAL LB. FRUIT MiRKET SHOP HERE AND SAVE Sl HANS PREMIUM IOWANA DAIRY PRIDE Half or Whole Lb. 35c Thompson 0 Nei I Co. '«« SERVICE CROCKS ' * -- BIRDS EYE FROSTED FOODS -- pegs 27c Cut Corn 23e Spinach 30e Asp. Cuts.. 36c Baby Limos. .. 30c Cooked Squash 20c NO POINTS OKAY, INFANT! TAKE ONE A N D I SAID 'ONE', BECAUSE I'LL NEED ALL THESE .r CHOCOLATE /fr'ff GEE! THEY STAY HOT A LONG TIME! COOKIES FOR MY PARTY' See how easy it is to make Cookies, 3-minute Frosting and Syrup . . . with IOCKWOOD-S MMWWKT CHOCOUTE Clear Lake Pound Butter.. 45c Pork Roast, Loin Ends, 4 Pts., Ib Lamb Roast, Shoulder, 3 Pts., Link Sausage, Lb. Pkg., 2 Pts., Ib. Pork Cutlets, . 3 Points, Ib Beef Roast, - t£m Chuck, 3 Pts., Ib... AOi Pork Chops, 9lf« Center, 10 Pts., Ib. 3^1 Fresh Dressed Chickens FRESH FISH n,~26c 35c Tomato' Soup, Campbells, 2 Cans }atmeol, Jack Sprat, Large · Syrup, Light or Dark, 5-lb. J a r . . . it rained Honey, A 5-lb. Glass Jars yJ Grapefruit Juice, 46-oz. Cans. . . . . Tomato Juice, 46-oz. Cans". .. . 31c 25c Calif. Sunkist Oranges 288 Size, 2 Dozen. 3ZC 2 Pts. F R E E DEUVERY FOOD STORE ||B25 N FEDERAL-tttfOUfi PARKING LOJ- PHONE 4-20 ,|l BUTTER FRESH GROUND BEEF Pound 23C A GRADE SHORT RIBS Pound ISC FRESH GROUND PORK SAUSAGE Pound . .. . . . 27C LEAN, MEATY LITTLE PIG RIBS Pound 21C STEWING AND ROASTING HENS A GRADE MUTTON CHOPS, Loin, Ib. 30c A GRADE MUTTON CHOPS, Rib, Ib. 20c NORTHERN PIKE Dressed and Headless Pound FILLET OF PfKE Pound FRESH HERRING- Dressed Pound 19c HALIBUT STEAK Pound FRESH EGGS dox. 37c SMILE GIRL TOMATOES 10Vi-pz. Can 5c LARGE LIMA BUTTER BEANS Pounds 29c FOLGER'S COFFEE . Ib. 31c 252 SUNKIST ORANGES Dozen 59c NO. 1 COBBLER POTATOES Peck 59c BLUE BEAUTY RICE 2 Ibs. for 25e JUMBO SIZE CAULIFLOWER Head SfC 10 U. S. NO. 1 , IDAHO RUSSETS Pound Bag . . . . 54C AMBASSADOR TOILET TISSUE, 3 for 13c Crystal White CLEANER I GIANT LINAL Star lOcI 63c 2-lb. PACKAGE SEEDLESS RAISINS 25c SAUERKRAUT quart 15c township Farm Bureau was. to hold a meeting in the grade school building Thursday evening. The topic for discussipn was to be 4-H club work, with Howard Rietveld and Edward Gabel as speakers. H u t c h i n g -- Karoi Donovan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Donovan of Lone Rock, and granddaughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan of Hutchins,- has returned home from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where on Jan. 9, she submitted to an appendectomy. Rake--Jerome Halverson, fireman 1/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson, has beer, promoted to motor machinist 3/c. He is in the southwest Pacific. . ' . Chester--S/Sgt Carl Mpe of Victoria, Texas, is spending a- short furlough with his mother,. Mrs. Tena Moe, and other friends. Rake--Mrs. Iver Okland and Janet and Mrs. Neil Smith and Mary were recent guests at the John Sunno home and with the former's daughter, , Alyce Rene Okland, at Story City. SAVE MORE USED FATS- GET EXTRA RED POINTS PANCAKE FLOUR Jack 3-lb. Sprat Sack 17 Jack Sprat Whole (4ft points per can) APRICOTS K Jack Sprat Fancy Cut Green Spears (10 paints per can) ASPARAGUS N c° a Mar/lower (20 point* per can) PEAS "«M4c Goblin (£0 points per can) TOMATOES *TM 15e FARINA 15c WAFFLE MIX V£:19c CORN FLAKES . . ."*" 2 for 15c GRAPE-NUTS *E 15c COCOMALT ·'«» 49c Jack Sprat Enrlciied FLOUR . . . . . . . . . . "SS$2.49 Ever best GRAPE JAM . ']" 24c bade Banch Imitation Maple SYRUP ... - uV28c-, HI-HO CRACKERS . . . I. NAVY BEANS . . . . " 10c SALAD DRESSING. . . . W 23c C A I T · """· ?1r SALT M^ 21.c. Slalcy's Corn or Gloss STARCH V.V 3 for 25c SUN-X BLEACH . SS5! 14c CORN Jack Spiat, White, Sweet Cream Style No. 2 Can 20 Pts. Per Can 2 for 29' TRUE AMERICAN Matches 25c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE JACK SPRAT 46-OZ. CAN 31 JACK SPRAT PEANUT BUTTER Service Insignia Chart Free with Each Jar Quart Jar 45c AMD f£G-£ TABLES WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN SEASON ROLLED OATS Jack Sprat Quick' or Regular 25 if 48-OZ. PKG. Camay Soap 2 Bars 15c Ivory Soap 7c Medium Size GOOD LUCK VEGETABLE SHORTENING 31c Pts. GEORGIE PORGIE Package CREAMETTES 3 pkgs. 25c KOTEX SANITARY NAPKINS pkg. of 12 22c ^rt" m -'nTP-~1*l(r-- ·'-^"··^'' imfi'.:·*-'*j'**. --^--'· -^^·--*_·*---."**·* JACK SPRAT7 /STORES Mason City Stores THOMPSON-O'NEIL CO. 121 North Federal 'Phone 312 CHICAGO MEAT GROCERY 626 S. Jackson Phone 996 CARL GRUPP 1323 North Federal Phone 420 BARRETT BROS. 20 Second St. N. E. Phone 43 II Our-of-Town Stores JOE IVIACKU Manly. Iowa H. BANG .Kensctl UKDAHL VOLD Northwond TED HUMPHKEY Plymoalh J. E. JACOBSON Nora Springs W. S. KELSEY Rudd IVSI. YEKKES ...,..'....- Rockford ED MARONEY S\valcda!e D. S. MABB : Thornton BOWEN GRUPP Sheffield SOLBERG SON Dougherty W. H. DIETRICH Osage ELLINGSON'S Carpenter ART WHITE ....-.·.:. Bolan

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