Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1948 · Page 10
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Says Distrust Block *o Berlin Solution the 3 '.with TheVS^^S^^nMence" security coun- — cil, he said, fs the "hope of all tht European peoples." Atoms for Power Brecksville, Ohio, (U.R)—Atomic fission can replace all the present sources of energy within 20 years, Dr -William L. Davidson of the *)• t. Goodrich research center predicts. He estimated the supply of uranium sufficient for 2,000 years. The star in the little dipper which we call the Pole Star is merely a transient occupant of the post. One called Alderamin, in the constellation Cepheus, will become the Pole Star about 7500 A. D., and Vega, j n Lyra, about 14,000 A. D !ILTH E BEST BUTTER velvpt.v-cm^fu if^if* cream and sweet cream alone. It's . ST >ound. . A fine table quality butter for budret-wise shoppers' CLOVER CREST BUTTER STATE BRAND CREAMERIES, INC., DISTRIBUTORS Airlift Covers Diaper Emergency Atlanta, (#>)—Priority air shipment: 200 dozen baby diapers. The 2,400 squares of cloth were flown from Atlanta to Birmingham to cover an emergency. The Lullaby diaper service in Birmingham burned over the weekend. Many youngsters were in a dilemma—no pants. Lullaby's Atlanta branch jumped to bridge the britches breach. The air shipments will continue, said the Atlanta manager, as long as necessary. Burns Home to Get Away From Wife Gettysburg, Pa., (/P)—Judge W. C. Sheely sentenced Charles Ray Keller to 2 to 4 years in prison Monday after Keller told the Adams county court he burned down his house "to get away from his wife." Keller pleaded guilty to charges that he set fire to his home last Nov. 16. "I burned down the house," he told Judge Sheely, "to collect insurance to pay off my debts and get away from my wife." DUCK Marlin Hinrichs of Rockwell City is drinking bitter tea these days. All during the duck hunting season, he failed to bag a single one and was twitted right merrily by his wife. The other morning as Mrs. Hinrich was out walking, she had to dodge to avoid a flying duck. The duck landed a lew feet away. Mrs. Hinrichs caught it and presented it to her husband. It is Christmas in the mansion. * Yule-log fires and silken frocks; * It is Christmas in the cottage, * Mother's filling little socks. T^ * * * * It is Christmas on the highway In the thronging, busy mart; But the dearest truest Christmas Is the Christmas in the heart. * * * * * * * # # # * * * New Southern ^ f GREEN ONIONS, 2 bunches .... IjC Zipper Skinned—Large Size FLORIDA TANGERINES, doz. .. New Crisp - ^~ TEXAS RADISHES, 3 bunches . . . iUC Fresh Ocean Spray A<^ CRANBERRIES, Ib. ZjC Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, 10 for 29c BROCCOLI, ENDIVE, PARSLEY, CAULIFLOWER, BRUSSEL SPROUTS, NEW CABBAGE, APPLES, ORANGES. 55c Decker's lowana, Whole or String Half SMOKED HAMS, Ib Rib End Loin *% P* PORK ROASTS, Ib. J5C Tender Lean SHORT RIBS OF BEEF, Ib. 35c Wilson's Certified PICNIC HAMS, Ib. 39c Kildall's Old Style LUDEFISK, Ib... . 19c TURKEYS, DUCKS, GEESE, CHICKENS, CAPONS, LAMB, VEAL, OYSTERS, FROG LEGS. Mrs. Clark's SALAD DRESSING 59c Drip or Regular Grind 49c Pound BRACH'S CHOCOLATE COVERED Royal Anne Cherries L b 69c GUARANTEED TO POP Holt's Pop Corn Lb. In Cello LARGE DIAMOND BUDDED Walnuts Lb In Cello LIBBY'S TWICE RICH Tomato Juice 2 No. 2 Cans A REFRESHING WAY TO START THE DAY—Del Monte Blended Juice No. 5 Tin 2 for ... A FLAVOR ALL ITS OWN—KRAFT'S Miracle Whip Qt. Jar FOR BETTER PIES 16 O*. Cans Del Monte Pumpkin 2 >„ 19c Heavenly Sdt Hade with raurr Charles City Creamer/ Butter 63c Del Monte Red Alaska ROLLS Heinz Fresh Cucumber PICKLES 24-ox. Jar 33c 715 No. Federal Phone 5288 MARKET The Right to Limit Reserved NEWS of RECORD to Mr. River Births Reported (At Mercy Mbspliul;—Daughter t and Mrs. William F. Gildner, 3'iO Heights Drive, Tuesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rents, 321 5lh S. W., Monday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Je»e Angel, 8!K Cta S. W., Monday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Georre O. Emmerl, 130 5th N. E., Monday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cooper, Lyle, Minn., Monday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Ewald, N'orthwood, Monday. (At Park Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. OrUnd P. Relnsmoen, Joice, Monday. fire Calls At 10:118 a. m., Monday, 909 Delaware N. E., home of Paul Woh!. No fire. Coal furnace blew smoke pipe olf. Police Court Intoxication — Slanler Larson, KenseU; Irl F. Wlllcor, Clear Lake, and Edward Egan, 308 Adams N. W., each fined *10 and costs. Improper Parking — Richard Orr, 3X24 S. Federal; Dale Wilhlte, an Oth S. W., and Leonard Peslcka, Algona, each forfeited SI hond. Disorderly Conduct— Jamex Huffman, 423 1st S. W., fined $^5 and costs. Realty Transfers O'Connor. Catherine E., to Betlyjean Mcllvain, $1, (WD) Lot IT, Blk. 0, In Wildwnod Add. la M. CHy, 32-J7-18. Rhodes, George and Linda, to Kenneth J. Rhodes and Marlon B., ]t. ten., *l, (WD) Lot 8, Blk. 12, H. E. Francisco's 2nd Add. to M. City, 12-4-48. McGowan, Clarence and Corda, to Leo O. Thompson and Gayle T., Jl. ten., si, (WD) WVt of Lot "A" In Subd. of Lot 4 in Lot J2 and Lot 17 In NW'/i NW',4 18-1)6-21, 11-1D-48. Terpenny, Phoehe, to Lyle Moorehead and Rose C., Jt. ten., SI, (WO) Lot 3, Blk. c, in Town of Portland, l'J-10-48. Marriage Licenses Alden Asbjornson, 22, Kensett, and Doris Elaine Forde, 18, Northwood; John Kelly Heffron, 24, and Irene Alice Medrell 26, both of St. Paul; Lawrence Allison, 01, and Frances Dahl, 59, both of Minneapolis; Dayton Lund, SI, and Henrietta Fitch, 23, both of Minneapolis. New Car Sales C. D. Herme, 2.U IBth S. E., Mack truck; George Lund, S2 Tennessee S. E., Ford; Raymond M. Smith, Rockwell Kaiser; Wilbur Smith, Rockwell, Fraier- Eunice C. Senneff, 1025 Tyler N W.' Chevrolet; Lee Radio, Inc., 12^4 1st N. E/ Ford; I. O. O. F. home, Mason City! Chevrolet bus; M. E. Gilmore, CJear Lake, Ford; William P. Soursos, 744 3rd S. W.. Kaiser; Glen W. and Nina H Youne, 3(5 2nd N. W.. Plymouth; O. R Drury, Rockford, Dodge TOUGH YOUNGSTER John McMorris, Jr.; of Van Vert is four years old. Last week he fell into the path of a tractor driven by his mother and it passed squarely over his middle. A thorough examination by a doctor revealed no injuries. John wants to be in a circus when he grows up and appears to be well qualified. da Calabro has been making Skinner Macaroni Products for 14 yvan. She s a naodl* pa clear and ought-to know what goes into Skinner's Pur* Egg Noodles. She says: "I know Skinner's Pure Egg Noodles * are made it only with fresh-frozen egg yolks" Nmr cheaper powdered BUS— never! Always the more expensive, iu£, fresk-frizti yolks—always. Fight Against Slot Machines Is Revived Moline, III., (U.R)—Red-haired Marie Van Muelebrock, Moline's modern Carrie Nation, said Tuesday that her renewed fight against slot machines in taverns was only a "family affair," and not a new crusade. Miss Van Muelebrock, 26, and her mother, Mrs. Prosper Van Muelebrock, raided dozens of taverns and hauled 13 owners into court before they abandoned their campaign against saloon gambling Nov. 9. They said they called off the campaign because they were dis- guested with lack of public cooperation with their efforts, and because they had received several death threats. Miss Van Muelebrock said she and her mother slipped into the east end Solder's club Monday in a search for slot machines because her father's application for membership renewal had been denied. "They didn't want mother and me snooping around the place because we know there are gambling devices there," she said. Club Steward Charles Vyncke said the women spent an hour searching for slot machines, using a flashlight to peer into dark rooms and over transoms. Colossal Cave, one of Arizona's many wonders, is 28 miles east of Tucson. The cave was formed by underground waters into formations resembling animals, buildings and people. STILL, TRYING Over 20 years ago, George Howard of Grinnell was "gassed" in World War I and since that time has spent about half of his time In veterans hospitals. In between Howard works at one or more of the 15 trades he has learned, which include bricklaying, lathe operator, interior decorator, glove cut- ter, steam fitter, and trsentl worker. Now a hospital patient again, he employs his time at leatherwork, making one or two bill-folds per day. Don't forget SWEETHEART TEA BISCUITS or PARKER HOUSE ROLLS for your Christmas Dinner! ORDER THEM EARLY AT YOUR GROCER'S FOR THE Christmas Feast SHOP at RAIZES and SAVE on FOODS BEET SUGAR Butter-Nat Coffee Center Cut Pork Chops 55* Fresh Oysters Ludefisk OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 for HOSTESS FRUIT CAKES 40c fo $1.29 X-MAS CANDY 2««49c A Good Selection of Ducks, Geese, Chickens, Turkeys ROUND STEAK ROYAL Salad Dressing 39C Quart Lb. ALL FLAVORS JELL-O Each NORTHERN TISSUE 3 for 1 9c Box 33c Peanut Butter Full Quart APPLE-MINT JELLY 1 2 ~ ox Glass f A ft 1UG Quart SWEET PICKLES 39c OLIVES Stuffed 2 jo,, 33c Curtiss MarshmaHows 10-oz. - — Pkg 17C FRUITS VEGETABLES FRESH, CRISP PASCAL CELERY 19c Large Stalk FRESH, CRISP RADISHES J Bunches .... JONATHAN AND WINESAPS 1/2 Bu. Box $199 Wrapped Louisiana YAMS Ibs. 29c MIXED Gallon -LEX We THESE PRICES EFFECTIVE EVERY DAY THIS WEEK OPEN WED. and THURS. EVE. HOFFERT XNAS TREES At Close-out PRICES A Nice Selection IS DEPT. STORE AND ITS EMPLOYEES WIS1 EXTEND EVERYONE HOLIDAY GREETINGS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT 301 South Federal SAM RAIZES DEPT. STORE FREE DELIVERY ON $3.00 ORDERS Phone 434

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