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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 1, 1945
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 3 Service Wives Send Something Different New York, (U.PJ--Three service wives had a new idea in valentines Thursday. They sent the usual lace-and- love cards to their husbands, but they added a card Irom the .Red Cross blood donor center saying they had just donated* pints of blood. - "We figure it's straight-from- the-heart stuff," Mrs. Amy Lawton McKay, one of the wives, said. "The real thing." A Treat from Wheat that adds to your · Breakfast HIGHEST PRE-WAR QUALITY A DELICIOUS TREAT WITH POULTRY OR MEAT TO CONCLUDE HEINCY CASE Will Determine Severity of Sentence for Two Spirit Lake, (£)--The hearing to determine the severity of sentence for Phillip H. Heincy, 72, and his son, William Henry Heincy, 45, was to be concluded Thursday after closing statements by tho attorneys. The Heincys have pleaded guill- ty to first degree murder charges in connection with the death of Robert W. Raebel in his home on West Okoboji Lake last Dec. 16. The younger Heincy, who generally is known by his middle name, Henry, denied on the witness stand Wednesday that he and his father had any intentions of harming Mr. and Mrs. Raebel when they went to the couple's home. Mrs. Raebel has not recovered from serious injuries inflicted that night. Henry said he and his father went to the cottage intending to rob the Raebels but bore no ill toward their former employers anc had intended no harm. The father had testified that Henry shot Rachel with a .2Z cali- ber revolver as the resort owner came up through the back porch .rap door and that the son used a ]illy-club on both Mr. and Mrs. Raebel. When questioned as to whether he shot Raebel at the top of the steps and. subsequent actions, Henry repeatedly answered, "I don't remember. I was pretty excited." The younger Hency said he had attended school into the 4th grade and could not read the confession he had signed although he admitted the signature was his. His father testified he (Phillip) had attended school only into the 2nd grade. HLECTKEJVE g«U cloOie* snowy white in half the tune with hall the soap! Din- solves s c u m m y "curds." Makes clothes last longer. Requires no. boiling, to»king scrubbing. Costs about Ac per washday! TRY IT! In 25c--50c, and 75c packages. Given Citation n Posthumous Award Riceville--A former resident of Waterloo, Cpl. Homer W. O'Daniel, whose wife now lives in Riceville, has been posthumously awarded the bronze star medal by direction of the president. The citation is as follows: "For gallanti-y in action at Bougainville, Solomon Islands, March 10, 1944. During operations on Hill 260, he was a member of a mortar squad which, although under continuous and direct enemy Buys Bottle of Coke; Decides to Open Store -- A bottle of coke was the initial link in a chain of circumstances that culminated in a decision to put a.Seavs Roebuck store here and the' formal opening will be held Friday. A. E. Gates, field supervisor for the firm, was driving through town last fall and stopped to get a coke. He could find no parkinj space on State street in the business district and had to park several blocks away and walk back to the store. He inquired as to what was going on to account for the crowd in town. Informed that it was only a usual day and no special attraction, he became interested and returned later to investigate the possibilities of making a business connection here. Ardella Bruns will be manager of .the store, Elaine Poqle, assistant, both of Algona, and' Charlene Munson, West Bend,, clerk. Burt -- Cpl. Tony Wibben i. ^pending a furlough here with his wife. When he returns to Camp Roberts, Cal., she will accompany him. She has been employed as operator by the Burt Telephone company mortar and machinegun fire that caused many casualties, for 3 days stubbornly held exposed positions vital to the success of the operations." FOR REALLY FRESH FRUITS fr VEGETBIES time to turn to Birds eye Green Shelled Peas ____ "£-26e OVCD Baked B e a n s . . 2 U.?25c BJrtJseye Sweetened Sttced Peaches . . . '^! 32c Birdstyt Chicken A la King. ^ 71c French Style Green Beans . . . . X. 24c Mixed FrMit £ 37c Apricots . . '%. 43c Texts Mcrsh Seedksi Sije SO Grapefruit . . 1 0 for 49c California Fancy Jniey Size 360 Lemons . . . . . . doz. 32c California Site 288 Karri Oranges doz. 26c CALIFORNIA SIZE 48 ICEBERG HEAD LETTUCE 3I«xiean Fancy Select California Site ~1 Pascal Tomotoes . . «£: 23c Celery. . . stalk 30c theads 17c Porto Blcan Fancy Colorado Yellow Spanish Yams. . . . 2 Ibs. 20c Onions. . . 3 Ibs. 1 lc .Texas Fresb Crisp C.bHIe Carrots WE WILL GLADLT CASH PAYROLL CHECKS! Potatoes. .'· v $3.45' ENJOY COFFEE That's 5 Ways Better! Mild and Mellow 59c Vigorous and Winey Coffee BOKAR 2 Ibs.. 51c Rich »nd Full Bodied Red Circle Coffee... 2 Ibs. 47c ii} field Enriched Dependable Flour i^ .^1.89 Enriched Flour Gold Medal.^2.29 Snnnyikld Prepared Pancake Flour B b£25c- Grandma's old Fashioned Molasses . . . to 8 ,! 21 c Schulie-Burch Fresh FINE QUALITY AP MEATS Fresh Solid Pack Extra Standard O Y S T E R S . . . . . . . pt. 69c Fresh Dressed Grade "A" CAPONS . . . . . ib. 41c Supcr-Rtrht SUonlder (n« pointi) ,,. ,,,,,,,._ ,,, ,,,,. .,,., ^ a Mutton Roast 14c Beef Roast. . . 25c Super-Right Lb. Arm or Chuck 3 p(*. Ib.) Lb. Lean (no points Saprr-Rirbt Tender (i:i pis. Ib.) , lenner u-t pvs. Ib.) tb. Mutton Chops 18c Round Steak. 37c 0.11, F.nd~(4 pis. Ib.) IA. . Tender Smoked (3 pts. Ib.r- Lb. Pork Roast. . 27c Hams . . . ISSi32e Frozen Fttleti of Butterfly Snpcr-RIrM (no points) I,t Whiting . Ib. 35c Leg o' Mutton 19c FOR VICTORY! BUY MORE WAR BONDS AND STAMPS! Famous KfU 1n . . . j,k r ; 21 C Holsum Brand P'nut Crunch J ,tt-33e Broadcast Luncheon Meat (X pts.) Redi-Meot. . ^ 33c Koyal Assorted Flavors Puddings. 3 P \V». 15c Pumpkin. . . "]:'· \ \ e Northern F«ncr Sonny(ieJa* Top Qualify %i , Beans 2 20c Wheat Puffs J.%': 8c ""' Deh ^»" J n,i .M» n! , Dog Food. . . £i". 9c WTiole (nnpeeled in syrup) (4U plj. ,».) While Sail Pure Apricots . «, 0 ^ 27c Ammonia. 10c CET TOUR corr O^THE FEBRUARY -WOMAS-S DAT--OXLY - c The Soap of Beautiful Women CAMAY SOAP Washing Powder "VMl Does Everything No Boiling--No Scrubbing OXYDOL Soaks Clothes Whiter ROiSO Active Lather Facia) ^ LUX SOAP Goes Farther--Works So Fast LUX FLAKES »jfc* 2Jc Enjoy These AR BUTTER ALTERNATES! Now ih»t butler Is 24 points per ponnd. you'll appreciate the crand variety of delicioas "no-poSnl " "low-point" nandwich spreads A P has to offer. Ann rafe Orange Marmalade. 'jlr' Ann Fare Pare Grape Jam. ^r Ann F*ge Pare Plum Jam. . 2 jir P'nut Butter *£ Sweet Sixteen (3 pis. lb. Oleo ' : \S: 3 Cakes 20C 2 2 24-oz. ^ j - Pkgs. 41C 2 24-o«. Pkgs. c. k ., 20c Delicioasly Different! Jane Parker Butterscotch Pecon Rolls 14-ox. iC« Pkg. of 8 53C Jane Parker Completely Iced .Marshmallow Crunch Layer Cake'","' 57c Jane Parker 100% Sugared Donuts . . . %». 17c Sew Silt to»f for Smaller Familiu--Enriched Bread Morvel. 2 as 19c KIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTTTIT.S RESERVED | fresh Prom Nearby Farms IOWA EGGS Dozen Carton MR, FARMER: Brlnr IT, Toor Errs-. P»T Hijhrrt Prices! West Union--Miss Geneva Wells and Miss Betty Stolle entertained at a dinner shower and theater party Monday evening, complimenting Miss Lorraine Follett, who will be married in February. Stacyville--- A farewell party was held at the Tony Heman home Tuesday night for their son Marvin who left for induction in the armed service GRANT WOMEN.VOTE Rome, (ff)--Premier Ivanoe Bonomi's cabinet granted women the right to vote Tuesday by enacting a brief decree extending suffrage to wom«n who were 21 years old on and after last Dec. 31. M^Clarks SALADDRE§SIJMG JACK SPRAT MACARONI or SPAGHETTI ter/omiies u 11 Cleans ind Deodorizes TIDY HOUSE BOWL FLUSH. . ^,; 23c GAUZE TOILET TISSUE . . . . . . . ^ 19c Mayflowrr CUT GREEN BEANS K °;c 14 C Mayflower TOMATOES . . ; - n2 14c lack SprJI TOMATO SOUP *?,,· 9c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE . ^ 31c Jack Sprat PANCAKE FLOUR. . ^ 18c SofUsilk CAKE FLOUR *. .' ^" 30c SHREDDED WHEAT. *,. 13c Jack Sprat APPLE BUTTER ^ 23c LIGHT STRAINED HONEY 'U z 29c COCOA »£ 12c POSTUM CEREAL. . . '^ 19c COLBY LONGHORN CHEESE. .. - 40c Jack Sprat Corn or Gloss STARCH HI: 2 for 15c Cleans Ihe Easy Way BAB-O . . . . . . c r ns 2 3 c Your Money .Refunded/ H you dont say Jack Sprat Flour is the finest you'*e EVER USED! JaAJprat vrrAMm-ENMCHED FLOUR 25-lb. Bag 29 LIFEBUOY SOAP 2 barslSC SWAN SOAP 6c Regular Sixc .. GOLD DUST SCOURING POWDER 5c ^ _ FRWH LEMONS ^-' 6 ^r 19c CABBAGE New Lb 8c CARROTS Bunches 15c RUTABAGAS grr; . t 5c ONIONS NAVY BEANS '« .n. 19c JACK SPRATS /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 Out-of-Town Stores -TOE MACKU .Marrty, Iowa «· » A «* KenseU URDAHL VOLD Notthwood TED HUMPHREY Plymouth .t. E. JACOBSON Nora Springs W. S. KELSEY R u d d WM. YERKES Rockford ED MARONEY Swaledale 0. S. MABB Thornton BOWEN GRUPP Sheffield SOLBERG SON Doiijfhcrly W. H. DIETRICH Osagc EI-UNGSON'S Carpenter ART WHITE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1945 15 ThornpsonONeil Co. p ;,\" SERVICE GROCERS ·"«" ;i - Birds-Eye Frosted Foods -Cut Corn . " . · . . 23e Green Beans.'. . . , . '23c Cut. Asparagus. , ,'. 36c NO POINTS Gr. Peas . . . . . . . . . 27e Spinach , . . . . ; . . . 30e Baby Limas 30c Clear Lake Butter ..45c Red 10 IBs. Potatoes 45c Pork Roost, Loin %M M End, 4 Pts., I b . . . . Z / C Pork Cutlets, *)(·«· 3 Points, Ib 3)C Lamb Roasts, 3ljt Shoulder, 3 Pts., Ib. j£C Stick Sausage, 9O«t 2 Pts., Ib 3OV Link Sausage, 9 AM 2 PH., ib SVC Beef Roast, Chuck, ·%O* t 3 Pts., Ib £OC Decker's Franks, "%A*. 15-w. Can, 3 Pts. JjPC Chickens -- Fish Fresh Dressed Capons Pure Buckwheat 45c New York, 5-lb. Bag. Syrup, Light or Dark, 5-lb. J a r . . . Strained Honey, 5-lb. Jar Shredded Wheat, 2 Pkgs ;. $|.30 25c Grapefruit, Large Texas, 5 for Heinz Cream of TOMATO SOUP Cake Flour SOFTASILK Its yoot/..,/s Apple-titinq WHEATIE Break fott of Championi Gold Medal FLOUR $1.29 OEL.VtftY W~~ * FOOD STORE j!3» N FEDERAL-Mf OUR PARKING LOT- PHONE 420 YOUNG 1944 V HENS, Ib. . . . *M- 54C Point Free MUTTON « f»-» CHOPS, Ib ....... IOC Point Free LEG OF MUTTON, Ib. . . . . Strictly Fresh EGGS, 2 Doz £.**** OVC Point Free Loin *)Ad« Mutton CHOPS, Ib. ftj^ Point Free Shoulder MUTTON, Ib. ASSORTED BAKED LOAVES. Point Free 3 " Points--Chuck BEEF ROAST, Ib 1 Point--SHORT RIBS OF BEEF, Ib.. 19c Point Free--PORK SHANK, 2 to 3 Ibs. Averoge, Ib Z Points-- NECK BEEF BOIL, Ib... *·*- 22C Point Free--BREAST of MUTTON STEW, Ib. Point Free-HAM HOCKS, Ib.. FRESH FROZEN FISH FILLETS BIRDS-EYE FOODS ". NAISB, Pint Jar. . . 34C 4 Dozen Size, Solid HEAD ^ LETTUCE... L for Jack Sprat French DRESSING, Jar. . Fancy California % CARROTS.. Lto «M M 1 /C 96 SIZE GRAPEFRUIT . . . . . 12 for 49c 252 Sunkift ORANGES, 2 Doz.. . 126 Size, Dozen 49c Large, Sno-Whife CAULIFLOWER 39c GREEN PEPPERS, RADISHES, PASCAL CELERY, NEW CABBAGE, NEW POTATOES, TOMATOES, SWEET POTATOES, EMP. SRAPES JACK SPRAT February Food Festival Grocery Specials . . . Read Our Large Jack Sprat Ad for Your Real Money Saving Garden City KIDNEY BEANS, 13'/a-os. Bottle. . 5c Z5c Bottle K. C. 1 fl M BAKING POWDER lyC MELLO-GLO, 3 for . . - 24c PORK and BEANS, Dozen . . . . . . Roth's or Swift's STICK CHILI ^ O CON CARNE. .... 4yy 5-lb. Box of OMAR FLOUR. 27C Jack Sprat Golden or Light SVRUP, ·»*·._ 5 ibs............ 35C Visit Our Fruit and Vegetable Department for Carefully Selected Varieties of Point Saving Foods. American Beauty OLEOMARGARINE, 3 Points, Ib Delrich OLEOMARGARINE, 3 Points, Ib 29C ASK ABOUT BABY PKTUffi OfRR' HEINZ TOMATO SOUP DIXIANA PANCAKE MIX. GRIDDLE-M1X PANCAKE FLOUR 25c

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