Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 7, 1949 · Page 10
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Vet Warns of Swine Disease Charles City—Warning of a menacing outbreak of swine erysipelas in the Charles City area was issued Tuesday by the Eastern Iowa Veterinary association in Cedar Rapids. The report cited 'outbreaks of infectious diseases among livestock on several Charles City farm (chronic swine erysipelas), 8 Rockford farms (hog cholera), at Elma (X-disease in cattle) and on other Rockford farms (contagious ecthyma in sheep). Dr. J. W. Giffee, federal veterinarian on swine disease control in eastern Iowa, said in connection with the report that swine erysipelas has been more acute during the fall months of 1948 than in any previous period. He said many swine owners failed to get proper diagnosis of swine ailments, and later the droves developed chronic cases of \ the disease. Greatest economic losses, he said, are sustained in the chronic forms, which include the enlarged joints and stunting where swine do not respond to feeding. _ Feature Upper Iowa University on KGLO Fayette—Upper Iowa university wil be featured on radio station KGLO, Mason City, every Saturday afternoon from 2:30 to 2:45 p. m. The program will be entitled v "The Parade of Bands." Each Saturday a short sketch of doings at Upper Iowa, as well as a calendar of events at Upper Iowa will be presented. Parking Meters Show Good Yield at Cresco Cresco—Figures in the office of E. A. Hoopman, city clerk, show that Cresco's 218 parking meters, installed Aug. 9, 1948, yielded $4,575.17 total collections up to Jan. 1..1949. Bought at a purchase price of approximately $16,000, the meters are being paid for by the city sharing the revenue 50-50 with the Dual Meter Co. o.f Canton, Ohio, of whom they were obtained. There were 9 holidays included in the period from Aug. 9 to Jan. 1, 5 for the Howard county fair and 4 legal holidays when parking was free. Sunday parking is also free. EXPAND BUSINESS Kensett — Arthur Skram, who opened a drug store and fountain service last year at Kensett, is expanding by buying the merchan- , disc stock of Snyder brothers and c/ * has moved it to his location on Main street. Skram is associated with Duane Lindflott in the business, and the place will now be known as the Quality Food Center Twenge Rites Set Decorah—Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Twenge, 78, will be held Saturday, the Rev. R. A. Ofstedal at the First Lutheran church, officiating and burial will in the Union Prairie cemetery. Mrs. Twenge died at Decorah hospital Wednesday from a heart attack suffered on Christmas day. Domestic Life Shows Uptrend Charles City, — Domestic life took an upward turn in Floyd county during 1948, records at the office of the district court clerk L .V. Leigh revealed as the year ended, Marriages performed in the county rose to 163, as compared with the 146 marriage licenses granted by the clerk in 1947. The 55 divorces granted, although slightly higher than last year's 53, were down from the county's record 84 of 1946. Births were on the increase, with 521 born in the county during the past 12 months, compared with 515 recorded in 1947. Deaths declined from 194 in 1947 to 174 during the past year, according to the court records. 3 Shaken When Vehicles Crash Osage—Ida Gaarder of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Golberg of Carpenter suffered minor injuries and a shakeup in an automobile collision on highway No. 9 ten miles west of Osage Wednesday. The 3 were on their way to Mason City on a farm-to-market road and when they came to the highway intersection Golberg was unable to stop on account of a slippery place on the road. The car approached the high- way directly in front of a truck owned by Harvey Ward of Thornton and driven by Harvey Austin of Clear Lake, according to Deputy Sheriff Lewis Haberkorn. The car spun around completely for 2 turns, then crashed into the ditch on the south. There was damage to both car and truck. Secretary Quits Osage—Mrs. Bee Bradford, secretary at the Washington grade school building for the past year and a half, has resigned and will be employed as bookkeeper at the Davidson Gas and Electric She will replace Shirley Teagarden who takes over sales duties at Davidson's. New Butler County Sheriff Takes Oath Allison—At a recent meeting of the county board, Pete E. Boomgarden was sworn in as sheriff, the only new officer , in Butler county. He was elected at the general election to succeed Frank Neal who was not a candidate. Mu*n City Glofee-GftietU, M.ion City, U. J an> $, 1949 Latlmer—Mrs. Augusta Berghefer of Belmond and Mr. and Mrs. Carol Beenan and son were recent guests at the Clifford W. Hicks home. You'll enjoy the flavor and freshness of Corn Country Cheese It's tops in quality and richness. Ask your grocer for CORN COUNTRY today. STATE BRAND CREAMERIES, INC. DISTRIBUTOR 1 i£* r- Quality Meats From Our Modern, Sanitary Market \ Beet Chuck Roast.. Ib. 48c Roiled Rib Roast... Ib. 63c BRANDED Codfish Ib. box 49c LOIN END CUT Pork Roast .... lb.46c DECKER'S Sliced Bacon Ib. 44c >• ; °S5? LARD 1 Pound Carton ISc FRESH Oysters Brookfield LINKS, Pound Carton. . . HORMEL 1-Pound Sausage 49«i 45C FRESH DRESSED Poultry FRESH VEGETABLES ... CRISP ... CLEAN FRESH MUSTARD GREENS FRESH KALE • FRESH SPINACH FRESH BROCCOLI • CAULIFLOWER • FRESH DANDELION GREENS YOUR CHOICE • • C ID. Fresh Pound Cabbage.. 5c Large or Small 10 Ibs. Onions.. 39c TEXAS SEEDLESS SWEET GRAPEFRUIT 10 ,„, 19c FRESH CANADIAN RUTABAGA Ib. 6c FRESH TURNIPS NEW LOAD OF RED TRIUMPH POTATOES A Good Cooking Potato 100-lb. Sack $2.99 Cream Style or Whole Kernel CORN 2 No. 2 Cans . 23c OCCIDENT FLOUR 25-lb. Sack $1.89 Mrs. Clark's SALAD DRESSING Quart. . 59c APRICOTS Halves, in Heavy Syrup ' A . 29c LIFE Beverages • Gingerale • Sparkling Water • White Soda 3 Quart •*£_ Bottles *3C STRONGHEART DOG FOOD 3 Cans 25c PEACHES Halves, in Heavy Syrup 29c GRIDDLE Mix 39c FEDERAL ", FRUIT MARKET,!; H'ERt AND SAVE RETURNS TO OSAGE Osage—Don Christiansen, former Osage resident, has returned to Osage to establish his home. He is now employed as salesman for Mac-Art Service in Osage, beginning his duties Jan. 1. Mt^ Clark's SALAD DRESSING Briardale Duz Oxydol 31c each ,C^..A* Yes — lower prices — and nobody has more of'em than we have. They're here . . . there . . . everywhere — in every department of our complete market. That's why every week is Thrift Week and every day is "bargain day" — at Briardale Stores. So, if you want to save more money — if you want to serve more and spend less — do ALL your food shopping here where vast varieties of quality foods make menu planning so much easier. SMALL MEATY SPARE-RIBS LB 39 Peas - Corn String Beans 8-ox. Cans 21c BEEF ROAST "» 53 PORK HOCKS RIB END PORK CHOPS LB39 C Wheaties Small Parkay 36c for. 27c Wax Paper 25c CINCH Cake Mix 39c Napkins 15c BEEF LIVER LB 49 SLAB OR SLICED IOWANA BACON LB. 65 C BACON ENDS LB. 23 Med., Large Oranges . . doz. 39c Grapefruit, 10 for . . . 29c LARD 2 LBS. 39 Heinz Ketchup 23c Cheese Food 2-lb. Box 89c Jell-0 Puddings 3 for 25c Griddle Mix 39c 5 Ibs. Gold Medal Flour.. 45c Hershey's »z-lb. Box Cocoa.. 21c G. W. C. Pork and Beans 2 for 29c Briardale Milk 3 for 39c Bab-o.. lOc Sauerkraut Size Can 17c Apples, 2lbs. . 25c Sweet Potatoes, 2lbs 25c Wax Rutabaga, Pound 7c Large Celery 27c Peas Corn Beans Strawberries Red Raspberries Squash Fish James Grocery 2424 S. Jefferson Phone 1287 Neibergall Bros. No. 1 1509 S. Federal Phone 829 Cut Rate Grocery 512 First S. W. Phone 112 Pleez-U, Market Manly. Iowa Phone 2511 Kluxer Mercantile Co. Nora Springs, la. Phone 13 Beerman's Ventura, Iowa Neibergali Bros. No. 2 932 East State Phone 3362 Highland Grocery 1204 North Rhode Island Phone 785 Carolina Grocery 518 8. Carolina Phone 22«

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