Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 29, 1948 · Page 8
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cur oui Farm Women Agree on Dislike for Washing Dishes Garner— Hancock county extension home economist, Elsie Mae Van Wert, announces the next series of lessons to be given in the 8 training schools to be conducted bC ° n " v T, he - traini "g schools will all be held in January and will begin Jan. 7, at 10:30 a. m . when the >* rm ; women fr °m Ellington and Madison townships will meet at th£ Milo Pitkirx home in Madison. Leaders in each township in the county will receive the lesson and "folio\v-up" meetings will be held in each township by leaders attending the training schools. DIVORCE GRANTED Allison —A divorce was granted to Irene Patterson of Albion township, Butler county, from Donald R. Patterson. The plaintiff was awarded the custody of 3 minor children, the defendant to pay $75 a month for their support. They were married at Whitten May 31, 1933. Meservey—Onno Suntken, Gertie Suntken and Dennis Suntken have returned home from Iowa City. Dennis is improving following a major operation, but will have to return to Iowa City Jan. 17. State Brand Creameries, Inc. .'J .1 Many Guests ] at Swea City for Holidays Swea City—Students and teachers home for the holidays include the following: Dale Anderson, Marian Barger, Johnny Karsten, Iowa State college, Ames; Arlene Griffith, Doris Nelson, Laila Johnson and Esther Genrich, Teachers College, Cedar Falls; Alvin Beck, Upper Iowa; Donald Nelson, University of Minnesota; John Tweeten, St. Olaf; Donald Mortenson, John Lundquist and Gordon Linde, Gustavus Adolphus. Lila and Irene Carr, Betty Ann Hammer and Beverly Looft, all at Hamilton School of Commerce, Mason City; Barbara Kluger, Broadlawns school of nursing, Des Moines; Eleanor Heidenwith, Iowa Lutheran hospital, Des Moines;'Richard Pehrson, Ames; Joyce Leland, McPhail School of Music, Minneapolis; Bob Leland, University of Iowa; Phyllis Anderson, music instructor at Gibbon, Minn.; Kathryn Tweeten, who teaches English at St. James, Minn.; Esther Charlotte Smith, vocal m^sic supervisor at Charles City; Dorothy Hesvik, intermediate grades, Titonka; Joy Ditsworth, intermediate grades, Buffalo Center; Freda Burgeson, 5th grade," Newell; Howard Smith, junior high at Shell Rock. Reuben Holcomb and Eugene Hansen have returned after a month's visit with relatives" in the eastern states. Irene Lundquist, student at the Minneapolis School of M.edical Technology and her brothers, Robert of Westmar college, LeMars, and John of Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn., are with their father, Dr. C. W. Lundquist, for a holiday visit. Pfc. Keith Montgomery, stationed at Scott air field, Belleville, 111., and Pfc. Darrel Gabel, of the same air field, are spending a Christmas furlough with home folks. Lucille Montgomery, employed in Minneapolis, is at the Jim Montgomerys and Floyd Gabel and a friend, both of St. Louis, are at Martin Gabels. Veteran Pacific Ship on Visit to Singapore Singapore, (JP) —A 20-year veteran of Pacific waters, the passenger-cargo ship Mare^la .is paying her last visit to Singapore. The ship is being transferred by the Burns Philip Line to her new owner, P. B. Pandelis, and after a trip to Shanghai will go to South America. The Marella for the past 2 decades has operated principally on the Singapore- Australia route. LEGAL NOT ICE NOTICE OF PROBATE OF W1IX STATE OF IOWA Cerro Gordo County, ss. In District Court. No. 7053. October Term. 1948. To all whom It may concern: You are hereby notified, th^t an instrument o£ writing purporting to lie the last Will and Testament of George A. Esser, Deceased, dated October 6, 1945, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 17th day of January, 1940, is fixed for hearing proof oi same at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument ' should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, December 17, 1848. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy Raizes LIFE GINGER-ALE COKES 7-UP CARNATION MILK 3 Large Cans 39 Mayflower Red, Sour, Pitted 1 f\f\ CHERRIES N c a :° 99 LADY CORINNE GRAPE JAN 2 SPRY Lb. Jar 29 QUALITY •w •"* BEEF ROAST Ib. 49 ROUND STEAK Ib. 65 FRESH LUDEFISK FISH and OYSTERS 3 Lb. Can 1 03 CHICKEN OF THE SEA TUNA Can SNO-SHEEN Cake Flour 35c Large Box . Brire West—In Water PURPLE PRUNES N c on10 CINCH CAKE NIX A "' Assortment FARMERS, LOOK!! BLOCK SALT 50 Ibs. PILOT OYSTER SHELLS HEINZ KETCHUP Bottle 39 35 49 83 23 FRESH FRUITS ADA RED APPLES Basket $1.59 FRESH CALIF. CARROTS Bunches 19c COBBLERS Good Quality 10 Ibs. 27c TEXAS — 96 SIZE Grapefruit 10 for 25c Heart's Delight PEACHES 25c Can TOMATO JUICE 46-ox. Cans . 37c FARM-FRESH EGGS Doz. 45 HOLIDAY CANDY Lb. MAGIC WASHER bx. 23 PUREX gal. 35 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT 301 South Federal FREE DELIVERY ON $3.00 ORDERS SAM RAIZES DEPT. STORE Phone 434 HERE and THERE Corwith —Miss Gertrude Dunlap left Thursday night for Denver, Colo., where she will spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dunlap. Goldfield— Mrs. B. W. McElhenney is visiting at the home of her son-in-law, Erling Jensen, and family at Ames. Kanawha —Richard Powers, a former Kanawha boy now in the navy, visited friends here recently. He is stationed at Washington, D. C. He also visited his parents in Clarion. Nora Springs —Mrs. Marius Andersen, Who went to Sioux City and spent a week there with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Andersen, left with the Harry Andersens and their daughter, Beverly, for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jacobson and other relatives and friends. Kanawha —Mr.' and Mrs. Stephen Engelstad and daughter and Miss Myrtle Luthro of Minneapolis visited in the home of Mrs. Engelstad's parents, the William Thompson's. Osage —Lucille Mauser, Denver, Colo., is visiting at the parental Lawrence Mauser home for the holidays. Kanawha —Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Olson and Duane were holiday guests at the home of Mrs. Olson's sister, Mrs. Milbern. Kanawha — Mrs. Mayme Lipscomb and Frank of Normal, 111. are visiting in the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. Harry Raber and family. Joice —Members of the Bristo! Happy Hustler's 4-H girls and the Busy Bee's 4-H boys clubs held a joint Christmas party at the Arnold Arneson home. Mrs. Oscai Rusley was co-hostess with Mrs Arneson. Kanawha —Mrs. Rena Asbe suffered broken ribs when she fel on the icy sidewalk. Mrs. Gertie Westin also suffered injuries in a fall. Nora Springs —Mr. and Mrs, Elroy Jacobson of Waterloo came after the .former's mother, Mrs Emma Jacobson, taking her back to their home with them. She wil visit there until about Jan-. 15. Kanawha —Mrs. Austin Espe lef for Portland, Ore., where she wil visit in the home of her son, LeRoj Espe, and family for an indefinlt' time. Ackley —Mr. and Mrs. Everet McCord of Colo and Miss Margare Seidl, R. N., of Burlington, wer recent guests in the George Hanig Howard Christianson and Lula Ammann homes. Meservey —Fred Grosz of. Can ada is visiting here with his broth er, George Grosz, and other rel atives. - LeRoy, Minn. —Mrs. G. Bonne has gone to Minneapolis to be with her daughter, Mrs. G. Anton, o Rochester, -who is hospitalized. Thornton —Mr. and Mrs. William Leonard left for Pasadena, Cal., to spend several weeks with their son. Nashua—L. C. Apple, 80, forme Clarksville jeweler, and husband of the former Miss Emma Horton of Nashua, is a patient at a Ceda Rapids hospital with an infection of the legs. Bode —Miss Florence Dawes o Evanston, 111., is spending th holiday vacation at the home o; her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gangestad, Rachael and Rebecca. Goldfield —Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Pinkham of Bo'one are visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pinkham. Goldfield —Kent Knutson, a student at Luther Seminary, St. Paul, Minn., and Miss Anna Knutson, student at St. Olaf college. Northfield, Minn., are spending the holiday vacation at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gun;- ner Knutson. Goldfield — Mrs. Clifford Hill spent several days recently with her father, A. L. Daggy, a patient in a hospital at Rochester, Minn. Goldfield — Pvt. Donald Way, who is stationed in Oklahoma, is spending a short furlough with home folks. gf'ff'fy 1% THEIR om^ ~««f^ Yes . . . see how entranced the children, will be when a marvelous book opens its magic pages and out come almost as many animals as were in' the ark .... little friendly woodchucks and wood- hares and squirrels and busy beavers .... then, on and on tc lions, elephants, grizzly bears anc their quaint, roly-poly babies. This unusual CHILDREN'S ANIMAL, PICTURE BOOK is indeed a "home zoo." There are 30 pages of descriptive text and very rare American Museum of Natural History photographs. In the home or in school, it is an educational book, too, with animal habits described entertainingly. Different from any other book of the type, it makes .a glorious gift. Admission to the "Zoo"—a mere 20 cents. Order one NOW. Order Form The Mason City Globe-Gazette Information Bureau, Washington 2, D. C. I enclose 20 cents in coin for a copy of the CHILDREN'S ANIMAL PICTURE BOOK. Name Street or Rural Route City State (Mail to Washington, D. C.) For Festive Treats at Flavor-Peak Serve ANN PAGE Foods in Party Week] 4'A-o*. Jar When good fellows r«t together—good food adds plenty to the party fun. And A & P's famous family of Ann Page foods includes lots of extra-appetizing items for festive meals and snacks They're all prepared in A & P's own modern Ann Page food kitchens and brought directly to you. Plan your party now—with Ann Page Foods—A & P's finest. Ann Page, Manxenella STUFFED OLIVES Ann Page PORK 8 BEANS Ann Page Prepared SALAD 9-oz. MUSTARD Jar Ann Page Prepared SPAGHETTI. Ann Page 16-ox. GRAPE JAM Jar Our Own TEA BAGS 2 15 3 A-OX. «)f*_ Tins Z5C Serve One of A&P s Famous Ready-fo-Eat SMOKED HAMS WHOLE OR SHANK HALF SHANK PORTION BUTT PORTION Choice First Cut PORK CHOPS Wilson's Lean SLICED BACON. Boneless Panready ROSE FISH lb. 37c 43c lb. Ib. Choice Chuck Cut BEEF ROAST Ib. 6-ox. Jar Cut Lunch SPICED HERRING Ib. Fresh Frozen Medium SHRIMP Ib. 63 Firm, Flavorful N V, POTATOES Guests Toasl (he Host ft'h« Serves Yukon tlab Far potato (fondness, don't pass up these firm, delicious Idaho Russet potatoes! Manned, baked, boiled or any way you like them, they will please .every member of yo ir family. BEVERAGES Idaho Potatoes . 10-Ib. bag Large Size Head Lettuce 2 for Eatmor Cranberries 2 fbs. Pascal Celery, 30 Size . 2 for Florida — 288 Size Juice Oranges 2 doz. 59c 21c 43c 35c 45c CHEESE TREATS for Parties Golden Rich Per CHEESE . . . Lb. Pre-packaged, Processed Cheese Vz-lb. MEL-O-BIT Party Pak Hartman's Vz-pt. WHIPPING CREAM Bottle A & P's Delicious RINDLESS CHEDDAR Vz lb. 3 24-oz. Bottles . N.B.C.'s Rltz CRACKERS pound box . N.B.C.'s 3 Ring PRETZELS 8 oz. pkg Jane Parker POTATO CHIPS Here Is a flavorful [rent that will gladden the hearts of (be whole family and guests dlikp. Jane Parker Potato Chips ... a real treat during party week. Armour's Vienna SAUSAGE 4 oz. tin Underwood Brand DEVILED HAM 2i .oz. tin Wilson's HAM SPREAD 8 oz. tin • Madison DELL PICKLES quart jar Del Monte PINEAPPLE 20 oz. can Underwood's Oil or Mustard SARDINES 4 oz. can Norse Prince; KIPPERED HERRING 8 oz. can 25c . 33c 19c . 18c . 19c . 35c 27c 31c 14c 25c Jane Parker, New Year's Decorated LAYER CAKE Marvel Pkg. « m — SANDWICH ROLLS of 8 1 /V 79c AtP COFFEE Mild and Mellow EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE 3 lb. bag: Rich and Full Bodied RED CIRCLE COFFEE 2—1-lb. bagrs Vigorous and Wine? Coffee BOKAR 3 lb. bar 89c 1" mm&^4^Mrt^^ .-vv-,;- : .

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