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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 22, 1948
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Suggestion %* Crammed the m are» carried in Own idea a ut °P ! a be a "night- su SSestions were Frai * Zeidler ° Ut When he city their Others about thern * build citizen to rent for be buil 3 ? SSked lhat a brarv i 7v, \° P ° f the P ubl can Tnlrf a i f x P ecta "t mothers time » baths in the summer- iSJert wh rC was Repeat Richard wanted the Milwau- i __ kee philharmonic "to play 332.2 concerts so "Milwaukee can become a great jazz city like Chicago." Corral Ducks A woman told Zeidler he ought to do something about her neighbor's ducks running loose and somebody else thought the city ought to play angel to an opera company to "add a little culture" to the community. Fred Jurgenson, Jr., who admitted he still was in grade school said the mayor ought to "shorten school days." Other people urged Zeidler to "Get rid of city hall," Give a better deal to inventors," Outlaw popcorn stands," and Cut down on alderman junkets at city expense." Hitch-Hiker Gets Trip to Prison Minneapolis, (U.R)—-Valentine G Reiser, Dover, Ohio, thumbed his way into jail Tuesday. He was convicted for the 5th time of thumbing rides while wearing an army uniform. He was given a 6-month jail sentence and fined $300 for wearing the uniform illegally. Leiser said the uniform "makes it easier to hitch-hike." Wilson Defends Voting Record in Congress Washington, (U.R>—"Time will tell whether I voted rightly or wrongly," Iowa's Senator George A. Wilson said Tuesday. Announcing that he will return to Des Moines shortly after trte first of the year to resume law practice, Wilson reviewed his 6 years in the senate and said "I would follow an identical course were I confronted with the same issues again." Wilson, defeated for re-election Nov. 2, said the United Nations is being by-passed today by the democratic administration, and that democratic campaign statements on farm prices have "misled farmers and city dwellers." VENEZUELA R. J. Boles, Milford farmer, feels that word about his fine herd of Hampshire hogs is getting around. Recently he had an inquiry from the agricultural department of Venezuela, South America, which wants to buy a few Iowa hogs. Krop . Wish All a Very Merry Christmas ESPECIALLY TO OUR MANY FARMER FRIENDS Make Our Store Your Headquarters in 1949 CHOICE RIB ROAST Ib. 49c Decker's Skinless WIENERS, Ib.... Decker's lowana BRAUNSCHWEIGER, Ib. Little Pig PORK HOCKS. Ib. Sirloin Minute STEAKS, Ib... . LARD, Lb. Pkg. 69c Decker's lowana, Christmas' Wrapped SMOKED HAM Wh Pound End Cut PORK CHOPS 35c Large <5 to 7 Ib. CHICKENS Cleaned, Ready J^ M to Cook, Ib 43C Round, Sirloin T-BONE STEAKS Pound 75c Decker's Wrapped PICNIC HAMS Pound Mrs. Kropman's Fresh HOMEMADE BAKED GOODS Available on Fridays and Saturdays $ 20 EVERY MONTH Ask Us About It BUTTER b 65c EGGS Doi 47c Popular Brands COFFEE Pound 52c Solid Pack TOMATOES No. 2 Cans Franco-American' SPAGHETTI 2 Can. 29C CHICKENS $1.75 Maraschino CHERRIES Redl9C and29C Jar 29c Jar FREE With Each $10 Order 1 POUND of Your Favorite Brand COFFEE HI-LEX Gallon 43C All Brands Oleomargarine 44c Pound 4 FLAVORS • D.vil'i • Whif. • Golden Sp ' c » ADD ONLY WAJfK 37* Cooked, Ready to Eat up Selected Roasted PEANUTS, Ib.. . 39c MIXED NUTS, Ib. 39c English WALNUTS, Ib./ 43c Soft Shelled PECANS, Ib. NICE, CLEAN, LARGE COBBLERS Fresh Fruits and Vegetables PORTA RICAN YAMS, 2lb7 COBBLER POTATOES. 10 Ibs.. . . 39c IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES, 10 ibs. ... 5 9c LARGE SIZE HEAD LETTUCE, 2 for 29c •^•JBJI^^p^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ HARTMAN'S MILK 2-Quart Bottle . . . 29c 100 ibs. $2.97 CHEESE WEEK AT KROPMAN'S • Blue Cheese Chips • Kaukana Klub • Appetizer Roll • Hickory Smoked • Onion Roll • Garlic Roll • Swiss Cheese 2-fb. CHEESE FOOD All Good With Mrs. Kropman's Rye Bread S9c Good Selection of CHRISTMAS CANDY Also Boxed Candy Large Size Box RINSO Large Size 31c LUX SOAP Reg. Sixe Bar 3 Bars - 27c 9c Junket Quick 1*% *• FUDGE MIX, pkg. . j JC CHRISTMAS CARDS Cards For All Occasions Old English Plum—Fig—Date PUDDING, can .. Date and Nut BREAD 21c DATE ROLL Can 16c ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS FOWL EARLY Northern TISSUE, 3 Rplls... Brown SUGAR, Ib. I Bleached ASPARA | GUS, No. 2 Can. LIFE • Ginger Al« • Whrt. Soda • Sparkling Wattr ' 3 quarts. 25c Kropmons low mark-up policy brings you best quality foods at lowest prices. Mrs. Anna Fisher Rites Held; Burial at Stitzer, Wis. A prayer service for Mrs. Anna Roth Fisher, 65, who died Monday, was held at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home Tuesday, with the Rev. C. A. Hinz pastor of the Bethlehem Lutheran church, officiating. Mrs. Roscoe Patton played obse- quial music on the organ. Pallbearers were 6 nephews, Vernon Lewis, Stanley, Gordon, Edward' Jr., and Walter, Jr., Roth. Mrs. Edward Roth, Sr., was in charge of flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie White, Mallard, attended the services Services will be conducted at St. Peter's Lutheran church at Fenmmore, Wis., Thursday at 2 D m -'. with the Rev. B. F. Schedtle^ officiating. Burial will be at the cemetery at Stitzer, Wis. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. Lev! F. Oberdiear Rites Held; Burial at Charles City Funeral services for Levi F Oberdiear, 69, who died Friday,' following an illness, were held Tuesday at the Holy Family Catholic ohurch, with Msgr. R. P. Murphy officiating. Pallbearers were Sigbald Michaelson, Clark Oberdiear, George Theis, F. W. Weaver, I. H. Haack and W. C. Buck. Burial was at the Calvary cemetery, Charles City The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. Wesley — Dennis Hildman, was taken to Iowa City Friday for treatment of asthma Christmas Party of Cub Pack 12 Is Held Cub scout pack 12 held its annual Christmas party at Roosevelt elementary school Monday night around a Christmas tree decorated with symbols made by the cubs. Parents were also presented gifts which the cubs had made for tnem. Carols were played by a group of boys from the school orchestra including Charles Frahm, Donald Wilson, Mike Benson, Larry Shima and Tom Lewis. Cubmaster Frank Shima made these awards: Wolf rank to Bernard Reynolds, Tom Schmalow- sky, Carl White, Marvin Bohl and Archie Holding. Dale Phillips received the bear badge, Douglas Sage and Jay Cookman, the bear badge with one gold and silver arrow. Charles Frahm and Larry Shima received the same award with one gold and 2 silver arrows. Den chiefs Dick Wagner and Ike Bohl were presented service stars for completion of 2 years as den chiefs in pack 12. A gift exchange was held for the cubs and treats were furnished by Mr. and Mrs. W. Wayne Wilson. Floyd Lowmiller, chairman of the committee, presented a plant-lamp to Mr. and Mrs.VShima from the parents, den mothers and committeemen. Mrs. Wesley Brodt led group singing of carols. Members of the committee assisting with arrangements included: Guy True, Floyd Lowmiller, G. B. Carlson, Ray Whorley, and den mothers Mmes. Guy True, Floyd Lowmiller, Bert Sage, Norman Stilwell, Floyd Pin- neke, G. B. Carlson and W. W. Wilson. Wesley—Jack Richter and John Paulson visited the former's mother, Mrs. John Richter, in Rochester, Minn. . tl, IMS M*»«a citjr C!«t«-GM»4*«. 25 City. to. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE or rmoBATR or WILL STATE OF IOWA Cerro Gordo County. u. In District court. No. TOM. October Term, 1M*. T» all wh«*i it m*7 ••••*»: You arc hereby notified, that *a In. itrument of writing purporting to be th» l»*t Will and Testament of Georf* A. Ester. Deceased, dated October «; 1*45. having been thii day filed, opeaed and read, Monday the 17th day of January, IMS. U fixed for hearing proof ot Mm* at the Court House, in Maaon City; 'Iowa, before the District Court of (aid County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at I o'clock P. M., of the day above men. tioned all penons interacted are hereby notified and required tc appear, and ahow cause, if any »hey have, why laid instrument should not be probated and allowed ai and for the last Will and Testament of said deoeaaed. Dated at Maaoo City. Iowa, December S. H. MacPEAX. Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK. Deputy USE THE G G WANT ADS! far"/ Food Store $ °" P '•"«*« and ••«* •' •« • • • P"ce* you can af- tour by shopping ot Food City . . . ThJ Complete Food City Is Featuring Those Beautiful White BeJtsvilfe Premium TURKEYS, Avg. 7 to 11 Ibs 83c Ib. Broadbreasted HEN TURKEYS, Avg. 13 to 16 (bs 78c Ib. Grade "A" TOM TURKEYS, Avg. 20 Ibs 72c Ib. Extra Fancy CAPONS, 6 to 8 Ib. Avg. 78c Ib Long Island DUCKLINGS, 5 to 7 Ib. Avg 51 C Ib. Fancy GEESE, 10 to 12 Ib. Avg.. 53c Ib Grade "A" BAKING HENS, 4 to 6 [b. Avg. 47c Ib Fresh OYSTERS, Solid Pack 64c pt P OULTRY ^f£ff*TV^ . ARADE! State Brand Clover-Crest The AH Vegetable Shortening BUTTER b 61c SPRY Decker's lowana and Hormel HAMS, pf*~ Vt or Whole, Ib.. . 5/V Decker lowana Picnic HAMS, (Small), Ib Pure Pork SAUSAGE, for Stuffing, Ib.. . 33c c 0 BACON, Ib / , b ..... Food City Fruits and Vegetables are garden fresh and kept garden fresh because they are refrigerated. For out of season fruits and vegetables'shop* Food City for Christmas Dinner. We will have . . . Fresh Green Beans Pomegranates — Broccoli — Cauliflower — Avocados — Green Peppers — Green Onions — Radishes Sweet Potatoes — Yams — Cucumbers — Turnips — Endive Mushrooms — New Cabbage — Parsley — Russet Potatoes — Brussels Sprouts — Tomatoes — D-Anjou Pears — Squash — Rutabagas — Parsnips -— Tokay Grapes Tangerines and many others. Sunkist Navel ORANGES, dozen. 1 9 C and PASCAL CELERY, stalk 15c and up up FRESH COCONUTS, each i 8c Fancy Winesaps, Arkansas Blacks, Jonathans, Idaho Reds, '/ 2 Box Stubb and Sno-Boy Delicious Apples, full box, 88—100—113—125, box $2.49 $5.29 Late Howe CRANBERRIES, Ib ^ 1 8c FRENCH . . . Red, Green, Yellow Coloring, Bottle . . . SKINNER'S Pure Egg NOODLES 2 5-ox. Pkgs 14-ox. 25c ITS HEW! IT MAKES 10 KMK OF OCCIDENT CAKE MIXES, CAKE BAKE, COOKIE BAKE, DEVIL'S FOOD, Pkg.. Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL, No. 2'/ 2 Can 39c Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL, Tall Can 25c Dromedary and Ocean Spray CRANBERRY SAUCE, 2 Cans 33 C Del Monte PUMPKIN, 2—303 Cans 25c Hasse Imported SPANISH OLIVES, No. 16 Size 45c Hasse Imported STUFFED OLIVES, No. 5 Jar 25c Hasse Imported STUFFED OLIVES, 2—3Vi-o*. Jars 33c Lindsay RIPE OLIVES, Large Can ' 29c Monarch WILD RICE, 12-oz. Pkg 89c None-Such MINCE MEAT, 29-ox. Jar ...... 39c Mott's SWEET ODER, Quart 25c; Gallon . , 79c Bordo PITTED DATES, Pound Pkg 25c Winegold SPICED GRAPES, 16-o*. Can 24c 8-ox. Can \$ c Monarch SPICED CRABAPPLES, 303 Jar 23c Libby TOMATO JUICE, 46-o*. Can 29c Dole PINEAPPLE JUICE, 46-ox. Can 39c JELL-O, 6 Delicious Flavors, 2 Pkgs 1 5 C Del Monte SPICED PEACHES, No. 2Vz Jar 39 C Hunt's RED RASPBERRIES, No. 2*Can 45 C Hunt's LOGANBERRIES, No. 2 Can ' 35 C Hunt's BOYSENBERR1ES, No. 2 Can 29c Heinx Fresh CUCOMBER PICKLES, 24-ox. Jar 25c Plump and Meaty SEEDLESS RAISINS, 2-lb. Pkg 33e Sunmaid SEEDED RAISINS, 15-ox. Pkg. 23c Everything in Dromedary Candied Fruits for Your Fruit Cake. 13c C. and H. Powdered Sugar Brown Sugar 2 - |b - Pkg Blue Bonnet OLEO Pound 39c FORBES—Black Walnut, Pineapple, Banana, Peppermint, Raspberry, Almond, Orange, Maple, Strawberry, Brandy, Vanilla, Lemon Flavoring, Pumpkin Pie Spice, Sage, Nutmeg, Allspice, Cinnamon, Sesame, Anise, Cream of lartar, Poultry Seasoning, and many more spices. Falstaff BEER, Case Grain Beit BEER, Case $2.79 $2.98 BREEZE 40 Fathom SHRIMP Pound Pkg 40 Fathom ^^ PERCH, Lb. Pkg... J>C Honor Brand FROZEN STRAWBERRIES Pound 49c Bake a Cake With Cinch Cake Mixes .White — Golden — Spice Devil's Food — It's a Cinch A Perfect ^*|-. Coke J7C Crescent Macroners Spaghetti 2-Lb. Cello Pkg , Headquarters For Birdseye FROZEN FOODS 35c Mrs. Clark's Salad DRESSING, Qt 59c 1000 Island DRESSING, 16-ox 49c 8-ox. 29c Fruittop DRESSING, 8 ox 35c NABISCO 100% BRAN LOOK AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES ON NUTS AND CANDIES Fancy MIXED NUTS, Ib 33c Diamond ENGLISH WALNUTS, Ib:..... . . ''..'. '' 39 e Emerald ENGLISH WALNUTS, Ib 33 C I-X-L Brand ALMONDS, ib 29c BRAZIL NUTS, Ib .........,'. 35e Jumbo Fresh Roasted PEANUTS, Ib '. 27c Funsten's Papershell PECANS, Ib. pkg ' 35 e XMAS MIXED CANDY, Ib 23c Fancy XMAS RIBBON CANDY, Ib . '' 25c XMAS CUT ROCK CANDY, Ib. . . \ 24c Shotwell Fancy CHOCOLATES, Reg. $1.00 Box 69c XMAS CANDY CANES 5c and lOe Large Pkg. . 24c Canada Dry Gingerale — White Soda — Sparkling Water — Tom Collins — Lime Rickey Bottle 20c Redeem Your Omar Coupons at Food City Special Low Prices S5.00 ORDERS DELIVERED FREE Georgie Porgie Cooked CEREAL, Package 29c Life Grngeraie — Sparkling Water — White Soda 26-ox. 3 Bottles 12 26-ox. BottUs 25c 99c fOOO Our Sincere CHRISTMAS GREETINGS 1515 SOUTH FEDERAL Food City Personnel

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