Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1948 · Page 7
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Rotary Club Supper Party Honors Ladies h t ld its Annual honorin g ladies a can dlelight buf- lhe , entertain. o 1 , de Norfolk tL^- 5 Y alentine an d Jim 0 * ng able to blow the farthest dis- • ' tance and each received a turkey. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Griner won a combined age" contest and Dr. F. W. Kapke was winner in the new member group contest. L. M. Cubbison won the "chair" prize turkey and Mrs. Edward C. Jones was the door prize winner. The party closed with a Christmas message by Doctor Lloyd A Gustafson who spoke on the theme, "Meaning of Christmas." "The very fact that Rotary club puts service above self with the 4th lane, the international lane seeking to do good will for others everywhere, is evidence of the true meaning of Christmas," he said. President L. A. Day made a few remarks commenting on this year's Christmas party curtailed for the purpose of using the surplus for overseas donations. Music played throughout the evening was provided by a record machine. J. B. Youngblood, Jr was general chairman in charge of arrangements. Purchases Station Rake — Selmer Matheson purchased the Frost produce station from Wayne Teig last week and took over Saturday. Mr. Teig has operated the business since September. Mr. Matheson was .formerly employed at the Underbakke produce. In February the family moved to Oregon where Mr. Matheson had purchased a 40-acre vegetable farm. Deciding to return to this territory he disposed of his machinery and livestock, listed the farm for sale and the family returned here about a month ago. HERE Among the latest novelties is a musical wedding album which plays "Here Comes the Bride" whenever it is opened to display the pictures taken on the Great Day. GRUPP'S Open Wednesday & Thursday Evenings Till 9 POETRY F.SH I, Choice No. 1 Grade Wiltshire Whites and I ,,f *««L.T^eys—pucks-G e e s e—Chickens—Kildahl's Lutefisk—Choice Beef for Your Christmas Roasts. Swift's Premium or Decker's IOWANA HAMS, 12-13 Ib. avg., per Ib Small Loin PORK ROASTS, Ib. Quality Beef Rolled Rib Roast, Ib A-l Grade Smoked PICNICS, Ib 43e Kraft "K" Cheddar **, CHEESE, Ib 570 Decker's "Town Club" LINK SAUSAGE, Ib MASON CITY BEET SUGAR FANCY PITTED DATES llCHTEt, FMER CAKES FOLGER'S COFFEE 98* BRACK'S Chocolate Covered Cherries, Ib. box . . We have a fine assortment of box chocolates. PEANUT BRITTLE or XMAS CANDY Yes, we have fine food for your holiday table. AVOCADOES, WALNUTS, BRAZILS, CRANBERRIES, FILBERTS, PECANS, ALMONDS, YAMS, SQUASH, DELICIOUS APPLES, PARSLEY, MINCEMEAT. If it's in season Grupp's will have it. TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT, 10 for .. YAMS, 2 Ibs. . 25* New Crop Green CABBAGE, Ib. . Jumbo Size Cauliflower, each 35* SMOKED HAN or c HOCKS «jD, b SOF£D MARKET PHONE 9I€ RTrt iOWAS LARGcST MARKET MERRY CHRISTMAS to All Our Customers and Friends. For Your Shopping Convenience Our Store Will Be Open Wednesday and Thursday Nights Until 9 O'clock DECKER IOWANA TENDER'D SMOKED Avg. Ib. Half or Whole 57 C Ib. DECKER'S, CUDAHY'S HAMS Canned 7-9 Lb. Avg. 82 Ib. Fresh Dressed Roasting Chickens... Ib. 45c Fancy, Corn DUCKS I; 7 ,'": . Ib .52c Turkeys, Geese GIVE US YOUR ORDER FOR GOOD SELECTION Cudahy's — Ready to Eat Smoked Picnics i;V » 37c Vegetable King Nut Oleo Decker'* lowana <| f* Lardl9f 'tSS- Side For Fancy Young Lego' Mutton Tender, Shoulder Mutton ROAST c.... Ib. 35c MEATY, LEAN TENDER LEAN Spareribs • . . . Ib. 35c Mutton Chops .. Ib. 25c FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER and PORK SAUSAGE OCc • • CJ t/ Ib. Tender Beef Pot Roast... Ib. 45c Boston Butt Pork Roast... Ib. 42c Snow Whit. Lotefisk .... Ib. 17c % L ox CHEESE iox 89c Tender Beef Short Ribs... Ib. 33c Milk Fed Veal Steaks.. Ib. 49c Pork Hearts.. Ib. 28c Bacon Ends.. Ib. 3 Jc THERE Swaledtle—Mr. and Mrs, Walter Busse have moved into rooms in the Ivan Enabnet apartment house. Mr. Busse is employed at the creamery. Cresco—Miss Gertrude Kessel of Cresco went to San Diego, Cal., Friday, making the trip by plane from Rochester, Minn. She will spend 3 weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. H. S. Lissfelt, at San Diego and with her brother-in-law and sister, Rear Admiral and Mrs Frank Lowry, at Mare Island. St. Ansgrar—Mr. and Mrs. August Ruechl left Saturday for San Antonio, Texas, where they will spend the holidays with their daughter and husband, Major and Mrs. Jack Tucker. LeRoy, Minn.—Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Mahoney and family of Omaha are visiting his brothers here and sister, Mrs. K. Ness, at Chester. Popejoy—Mrs. J. W. Fisher and her Sunday school class, which consists of high school pupils, 28 in number, held a Christmas party at the church dining room recently. Swaledale _ A miscellaneous shower was given at the First Baptist church honoring Miss Maryann Ingham, R. N., by her friends. Cresco—Mrs. Cora White is visiting her niece, Mrs. Henry Hanson, at Colorado .Springs, Colo. From there she will go to San Diego, Cal., to spend the winter, St. Ansgrar—Ed Feldt is recovering from surgery performed at the Mayo clinic, Rochester, Minn. LeRoy, Minn— Donna Brownlow, Grant Hawkins, Keith Morse, Russell Sorenson and M e r t o n Christenson, who attend St. Olaf college, Northfield, are home for their vacation. Calmar—Mrs. David Beck con- ' eluded her visit here with her mother, Mrs. William Klatt, and left for her home in Cedar Rapids. Allison—Mr. and Mrs. J. Francis Allan entertained the employes of the Allan Chevrolet company and Allison Implement company and their wives and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Shepard at a turkey dinner served by the Ladies Oid society of the St. James Lutheran church at the church dining room. Stilson — Roland Williams enjoyed a trip to Fort Worth, Tex., where he remained for a week. Osagre—rMrs. H. A. Christiansen, former owner and manager of the Osage Coast to Coast store, returned to her home at Spencer after a visit here. Goodeli —Mr. and Mrs. John Larson recently sold their farm and will move to Belmond March 1. They have purchased a home near the school house. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller and son of Gillman spent a few days in the home of Mr. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Worth Miller. Wesley—Mrs. Victor Loebeg and Mrs. August Studer returned from the Farm Bureau convention at Atlantic City, N. J. Plymouth—Mrs. George Seeley and infant son were dismissed from a Mason City hospital and are at home. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beesley of Greene were recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Smith. St. Ans*ar — The Girl Scouts, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, now has 48 members registered. Nashua — Mrs. Margaret Carey has been visiting her sister, Mrs. John Carey, near Bassett the past 5 weeks and left Friday to spend the winter with her nephew, Loren Weston, at Greene. Garner—Wayne F. Waller has been appointed field assessor for Garner corporation and began his duties the past week. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wentworth of Nashua, spent a few days with Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Wentworth and sons. Garner — Virginia Peck, Rose Marie Kirschbaum, Judy Haberkamp, Jimmy Papousek and Mary Jane Bleich, students at I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, are expected to arrive home for the holiday vacation Tuesday. Sheffield—Henry Oelkers, Stockton, Cal., is spending the holidays with relatives here. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Otis drove to Omaha Saturday to meet his sister, Fidelis Otis, a student at St. Mary's college, Salt Lake City, Utah, and bring her home for a vacation with her mother, Mrs. Mary. Otis. They also visited the Kenneth Rudstrom family of Omaha. <• Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hauser and Mr. and Mrs. August Hauser attended the funeral of Mrs. Raymond Hauser's mother at Dumont. .Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rasmussen returned from a 10-day sightseeing trip through Texas and New Mexico. Sheffield—Mr. and Mrs. C. B- Van Nest left Saturday for Chico, Cal., where they will visit their son, George, and other relatives. Waucoma—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Webster, Guttenberg, enroute for a visit with Jackson, Miss., relatives, visited with his mother, Mrs. Hazel Webster. Osag-e—Mrs. Anna Larson, former' Osage resident, is reported as having been stricken with 2 heart attacks, and is at the home of her son and family, the Delbert Larsons, at Cresco. Nashua—Mr. and Mrs. Cale Ransom, farmers living east of Nashua, left Friday for Mexico City where they will visit their son, Lowell, who is studying foreign languages at the university. They expect to return about Jan. 1. Corwitfi—Mrs. Hazel Stephen of Algona is visiting her 2 daughters, Mrs. Cecil Nail and Mrs. Earl Trenary, before leaving for Winslow, Ariz., where she will be with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs, Dale Mowers. Nashua—Mrs. Avis Bonzer and son, Larry, left Friday for Longview, Wash., where they will spend the holidays with her daughter, Mrs. James Busching, and family. Garner — Yvonne Rasmussen, student -at the Women's college in Denver, Colo., will arrive home Thursday for the holiday season. Waucoma—Mrs. John McKay was taken to St. Joseph's hospital, New Hampton, recently. Osaee—Dr. Matie Kitson and daughter, Miss Kathryn, homemaking instructor in the Osage schools, left Friday for Daytona, Fla., where they will vacation for 2 weeks. Clarion —Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Christiansen and Carol Kay left Saturday for Corpus Christi, Tex., where they will spend the holiday vacation. Sheffield—Cpl. Gordon T. Zimmerman, Fort Monmouth, N. J., is spending a 24 day furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Zimmerman. ON PURCHASE OP GRIDDLE-MIX FO I PA N C A ICES ^\ ^-••••w^' • When the snow's whipping 'round Piling up to your knees Let super-enriched HOLSUM Provide "Anti-Freeze" HOLSUM This winter, get «lr- , Holsum. More vitamins in Holsum,jo motts your S;^:^^^^ Best bread buy in towa. Iowa License Plates Being Taken Fast Des IWoines, (/P)—Iowa motor vehicle license plates fox- 1949 are going out quite a lot faster than usual, and there's a reason, the state safety department said Tuesday. "Motorists want to get the new plates because they haven't had new ones for 2 years," Leslie Chase, director of the department's motor vehicle registration division, explained. "That's got a lot to do with the new plates going out pretty fast." For the 1948 license year, motorists were issu>d validation tags for their 1947 plates. The 1949 plates are made of aluminum instead of the usual steel. The change was made because of the scarcity of steel. Motorists must have their new plates by Feb. 1 or pay a penalty. Employment, Business at Record Level Chicago, <U.R>—.The federal reserve bank of Chicago said Tuesday that business and employment in the midwest are at or near record levels, and that there is no need to fear a "badly depressed era." However, the bank reported some "soft spots" in midwestern business. It said there were greater declining sales, scattered layoffs and losses, and increasing business failures. The bank said the decline was caused by consumer resistance, Dec. 21, 1948 Citr Ol«k«-G»*«»U, and that production has started to exceed demand, But it said that the soft spots are "a return to more normal sales condition." Consumer resistance started ; 2 years ago in reduced night club attendance and sales of jewels and furs, the report said. Restaurants and delicatessens now are being hit. Pennies Come Horn* Newton, Mass., (U,R>—Patrolman Miles A. MacNeil, who had never been repaid for the many times he dug down to help folks who didn't have carfare home, got a flicker of hope in the' mail. A forgotten debtor had spent 3 cents to repay 4 pennies borrowed a month earlier. Day and night, a train arrives in New York on the average ol every 50 seconds. Its A Pleasure To Serve You - These Thrifty, Fresh FRUITS t VEGETABLES ORANGES r California Navels 2 Dozen .... 59c CELERY ' Crisp Pascal. . 21 c YAMS, Louisiana Porto Ricans 2 Ibs. 29c GRAPEFRUIT, Texas Marsh Seedless, Large Size Dozen 37c GRAPES, California Emperor 2 Ibs. 25c APPLES, Fancy Jonathans 2 Ibs. 25c CRANBERRIES, Fancy Wisconsin 2 Ibs. 37c OYSTERS, STRICTLY FRESH AT OUR EVERY DAY LOW PRICES Money Back Guarantee 3 LB. TIN Get a Big Jet Propelled Balloon Free With 6 Packages Jack Sprat Jack Sprat GELATIN 6 DESSERT pkgs. Six Popular Flavors «• ^ sw • •*• *. 45 FRUIT JUICES Jack Sprat GRAPEFRUIT, 46-ox. <)£JUICE Con AfjlC Jack Sprat BLENDED JUICE. . . Jack Sprat ORANGE JUICE. . . 46-oz. *)Q4i Can «7V 46-ox. *tAdi Can **f^» CARNATION 14 14 -ox. C MILK, £ 20l an 3 for 37* I SGr B FLAVOR KIST Mb. SALTINES ................. Box DELRICH OLEO, In the Easy Color Pak .......... .... Lb. BLUE WHITE FLAKES SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP CREAM SANDWICH COOKIES .............. Cello Bag PEAS (r CARROTS, No. 2 Jack Sprat ...... ........... Can JACK SPRAT MIXED No. 2 VEGETABLES .............. Can «* it pkgs. «• It Bars 16-ox. 27c 44c 19c 19c 39c 25c 19c IN THE NUT BOWL PECANS BRAZILS WALNUTS MIXED NUTS HORMEL'S CHILI CON.. 16-ox. CARNE, With Beans Can JACK SPRAT POPCORN, White Hulless, Large Yellow, <% 10-oz. Vac. Tin ^" for 35c ROASTED PEANUTS, Foncies Lb. CRACKER- - pkgs. ft-i JACK 2 for JC ANGELUS 10-ox. « A MARSHMALLOWS. . Cello Pkg. IjC NORTHERN TISSUE 3 rolls 2?c For a Christmas Eve Snack Potato Chips, Jack Sprat 8-ox. bag 39c Jack Sprat Shoestring Potatoes 4-ox. tin 23c Glendale Club Cheese 2-lb. box 89c Corned Beef, Imported 12-ox. can 59c Jack Sprat Sliced Beef I 1 /*-ox. glass 39c Jack Sprat Spiced Luncheon Meat. . .12-ox. tin 49c Jack Sprat Sardines, Norwegian Brisling 3%-ox. can 39c Jack Sprat Sweet Pickle Chips 12-ox. jar 19c SPRY 3-fb. tin THESE PRICES EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, DEC. 22-23-24 Mason City Stores THOMPSON-O'NEIL CO. 121 North Federal Phone 312 COOK'S GROCERY At Taylor Irida* Phot* 5486 OLSON'S CHICAGO MEAT & GROCERY w . „. DtmKH 626 S. Jackson HMM 996 CARL GRUPP 1323 North F«4«ral Pfco«i« 420 Out-of-Town Stores L V. JACOBSON Nora Spring W. S. KELSEY Hudd RockfotW ART WHITE Gfr L • wyCf Mfw

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