Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 5
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Forest City Methodists Sell Church y— B <>ard of trustees , Me t hodl <?t church here has * h u e church building, on one of the busy corners of the businesr. district, to Roy Schram, mayor ot r?f to .wn and owner of the Forest City Motor company. 4i,u i:, a nsen . chairman of the church's building committee, reported that the church members hope to, have an architect commissioned, plans drawn and exca- . vation of the basement for a new church completed before winter. The site of the new church will be the full half-block on South Clark street owned by the church members since 1945. Schram, who already owned the lots adjoining the church property at the rear, now owns a piece of property in the business section which is one block long with 50 feet of frontage ion the main business street and 90 feet of frontage Oil North Fourth street. He has announced that his plans for utilizing the land and the church building will be completed in about 2 weeks. The board of trustees of the church are planning on building a new church and education center which will cost between $140,000 and $150,000. Approximately $50,000 of this amount is already in the church's building: fund. The trustees said that nearly half of the expected cost of the church was takerv care of by the building lund and the money from the sale of the old building. Possession of the building is to be given to Schram on March 1. Officials of the church have made arrangements to use Civic auditorium for Sunday services from that date until the new church is ready for occupancy, sometime next year. Pastor of the church is the Rev. C. H. Pettersen who came to Forest City in 1935 from the Bethel- ship Methodist church in Brooklyn, N. Y. More than 300 families in this area belong to the church. ALWAYS TOP QUALITY FULL- WEIGHT PACKAGES 1 POUND, i POUND, i POUND Tender In f I Minute* DELICIOUS WITH MEATS, POULTRY, CHEESE, FRUITS, VEGETABLES. FISH, SOUPS. COMPARE! Compare Blue Barrel Soap with inything you've ever used-com- M re the cost- compare the re- •ults See the heaps of suds, even fc hardest water. See Blue Barrel let floors, all woodwork spotless fa a jiffy- Glassware sparkles, lishea gleam. And clothes come Whiter, brighter . . . faster. Cut ioap costs in half! Wash every- with Blue Barrel Soap. Calif. Yellow Cling Sliced or Halved PEACHES 3 £ 79c Bartlett Half FRUIT PEARS 3 No. COCKTAIL 3 APRICOTS Cant No. 2'/a Cons WHOLI UNPISLED NORTHWEST READY TO SERVE Boysenberries PRUNES No. I Glow Jar 303 Jar 303 Jar 99' 99' '29c 25c 19c Extra Large Son to Ciara PRUNES 27c SEEDLESS RAISINS Cream Style Golden E.rly Garden IS-oi. Pkg. 19c Green and White CORN PEAS 2 LIMA BEANS Co*. 303 Cans 303 Can FANCY DRIED APRICOTS 11-ox. Pkg. . 37c FANCY MUIR DRIED PEACHES CUT Golden PIE 11-01. Pkg. 29c Vacuum Packed Whole Kernel GREEN BEANS PUMPKIN 2 CORN 6 No, 2 Can No. 2Vi Cans 12- oz. Cans 75 35 29 29c 29' $1.00 Blue Bon net will MY YOU 30* TOTRY1L&OF lue Bonnet Yellow Qu& or Bowl Mix - ELNA TOMATO SAUCE PORK and BEANS 21; 25c ELNA LIGHT KIDNEY BEANS 2 I 1 25c ELNA BABY LIMA BEANS 2 r 25c 5 IXTRA SERVINGS IN (VERY POUND Old Fashion Ginger SNAPS E. 33c BABY BEEF STEAK SIRLOIN T-BONES SHORT CUTS, LB. BABY BEEF ROASTS BEST CUTS LB. LEAN TENDER BOSTON BUTT Pork STEAK OR ROASTS LB. FULLY DRESSED PAN-READY SPRING CHICKENS LB. FRESH KRAFT AMERICAN OYSTERS, ft. 5»c CHEESE, Ib... 45c FRUITS and VEGETABLES COOKING or SALAD MAZOLA OIL Pint Bottle 41 c BRER RABBIT GOLD LABEL MOLASSES 12ox Bottle BAKER'S PREMIUM COCONUT BROWN "BREAD No. 2 Tall Can FRESH DRESSED CAPONS DROMEDARY NUT BREAD 2 MASON CITY STORES 12-lst St. N. W. NORTH OF THE PARK 613 S. Federal FREE PARKING Date or Orange 8-az. Can 21c Pitted 7 1/4 -OX. Pkg. FOOD CLUB FRESH, SOLID CABBAGE Lb. 2 1 /: EATMOR CRANBERRIES Lb. 19 FLAME TOKAY GRAPES Lbs. 25 Pancake Flour FOOD CLUB (PANCAKE) Buckwheat Hour DROMEDARY (READY MIX) Ginger Bread 2'/2 Lb. Pkg. 27c 2001 Pkg. 14-ox. Pkg. 27c CERTAINTY NEW CROP GRAHAM FLOUR • • 5 L , »., 43c CORNMEAL, Yellow . , L, ... 29c CORNMEAL, White • Lb. Rag 33c AMERICAN BEAUTY MACARONI AND SPAGHETTI SNOW CROP_ FROZEN FOODS 2 Lb. Cello ^f% _ Bag «i7C GREEN, CRISP CELERY Large Stalk 19 PETER PAN (2 STYLES) Peanut Butter 12-oz. Jar 35c FORDHOOK BABY Lima Beans . CUT Green Beans CUT GOLDEN Corn .... . . 12-oi. Pkg. 3DC 10-oz. Pkg. Z5C 23c RED RIPE TOMATOES Tube HEINZ SOUPS 2 No, 1 *W Con, 2/C BEAN, VEGETABLE VEGETARIAN ULTRA REFINED 17c Qt. fenk I/C CLOROXo.,,. 43c "DONT BE A BULB SNATCHER" FILL THOSE EMPTY SOCKETS WITH G. E. MAZDA LAMPS 25-40-60 Watt. . . c.^.,, 52c 75-100 Waft .... cortw! .< 4 68c 150 Wattu 22e 200 Wat^JOc Lfl«. Pkg. 27c Pkg. 27c

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