Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 23, 1949 · Page 8
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26 Sept. 22, 1949 ' Mu«a City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, In. Henry Colwell Services Held Military Rites Are ; Conducted at Grave Funeral services for Henry 3. Colwell, 52, of 213 6th S. E., who «• died suddenly Monday, were held * Wednesday at St. Joseph's Cath«.' olic 'church, with the Very Rev. » Patrick F. Malone, celebrant of the » Mass. * Attending the services from out , of the city were Mrs. Zita Brans' non and Clem Colwell, Zahl, N. * Dak.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorsey ), and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy 'i Behr and Mr. and Mrs. George *' Mantz, Rockwell. £ Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nul'ty and • a Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nulty and Tom, < Mrs. Leo McGruder, Mr. and Mrs. ' Will Nulty, Mrs. Will Costigan, " Mrs. Mike O'Byrne'and Mrs. Em; met Burke of Lawler. * Attend Services ' Carl Firmegan, Mr. and Mrs. ; Jack Tracy, Mrs. Will Hudson and Mrs. Irene Kennedy, Swaledale, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brannoii and '• Vincent, Mrs. Lee Higgins and Mrs. Norbert Hoffman, Indepen-11 dence. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Finnegan, •Jew Haven, Leona Rochford, New Hampton, Mrs. Ed Lynch, Waucoma, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene. Brannon, Waterloo, and Mrs. Mae Car- •oll, Chicago, 111. Military rites were conducted at the grave in charge of the American Legion Clausen-Worden Post of Mason City, in charge of Comdr. Robert H. Shepard, with James W. Allen, chaplain, Vice Comdr. Victor D. Coyle and Maynard Odden, bugler. Are Colorbearers The color guard consisted of Ray E. Clough and Tim Phalen; color- bearers were John A. Brown and Hughes J. Bryant; Auxiliary color- bearers wore Mrs. Emil Johansen and Mrs. Fred Heddens. The firing squad consisted of Elias. Kelroy, Dick Scholl, Edward Babcock, Henry B. Hook, and A. J. Bracken. Pallbearers were Glenn Ralph, Tom McCormick, John Kilroy, Bill Latimer, Earl McDermott and Ray Determan. Ushers were Art Fandel and Paul Hurley. Interment was at St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. The Colonial funeral home in charge. 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PKG. 25c I Many people have learned that those stops at Fareway are time and money savers I cause of the low cost, high quality merchandise that can be had at the grocery, meat and bakery departments—and where parking is never a problem! , PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 2 Jade-lte Bowls With Purchase of 50 Ibs. 3.75 Gold Medal 2-LB. BOX GAL. JUG KRAFT VELVEETA CHEESE TUB TESTED HILEX BUTTER KERNAL C HDM Cream No. 303 Uilll Sf y |c Can Griddle Mix PANCAKE FLOUR 3-lb. Pkg. Pure Vegetable Shortening Lb. Can GROUND CHERRIES AVOCADOES PEARS PEACHES APPLES AND MANY OTHERS CELERY BEETS GREEN BEANS CELERY CABBAGE CAULIFLOWER AND MANY OTHERS SWEET POTATO CALIFORNIA Vegetable, Cream of Celery, Vegetarian Vegetable, Ox Tail, Beau with Bacon, Pepper Tot, Green Pea, Asparagus CAMPBELL SOUP 2c 25 Case of 48 5.99 CARROT bnchs. HIC Orangeade PARKAY LEO >'» GREAT NORTHERN ANS LAKE MILLS 46-or. Can 2-LB. CELLO PKG. COBBLER -lb. Bag 303 Cans CASE OF 24 $2.99 California Sunkist IN MESH BAG Oranges CAL. PRIZE GRATED TUNA : . 6 cT. 29c HUNT'S YELLOW CLING PEACHES . N °co: /2 2Sc OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY SAUCE c± 17c ENGLISH —-CELLO PACK WALNUTS LIBBY TOMATO JUICE 4 c 7 r 27c FRANCO-AMERICAN % SPAGHETTI SUNSHINE HYDROX COOKIES BETTY CROCKER DEVIL'S FOOD CAKE NIX MACARONI CREAMETTES °£10c SUNSWEET MEDIUM DRIED PRUNES FRESH, SOLID PACK LIBBY No. 2V 2 . Can 5-lb. Bag c 15 ct" ONE REGULAR SIZE CAKE PALMOUVE AT NO EXTRA CHARGE ^y/Uh coupon when you buy eilher. 2 cons 25C 1-Pound <%£JB Cello PackA^V Bath Size upon VEL large * \c with AJ AX Cleanser A cans Icavpon) GOLD MEDAL FLOUR CARNATION MILK WONDERFOOD MARSHMALLOWS HERSHEY CHOCOLATE DAINTIES £• ISc TIDE QUICK OR REGULAR QUAKER OATS BUSTER BRAND COCKTAIL CASHEWS <i!X 39c GERBER'S BABY FOOD 3 - 2jc LIBBY PUMPKIN :,....... N ° C o 2 ; /2 15c Oysters 59c DECKER'S IOWANA SLICED BACON DECKER'S BEEF HIND QUARTERS BULK OR PACKAGE LARD DECKER'S COUNTRY STYLE RING BOLOGNA . . . FRESH PORK LIVER . . FISH Whiting, ib. 15c Perch... Ib. 29 Cod.... Ib. 29c Ib. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL Orange or Banana BAR CAKES, each SPECIALTY BREADS DUTCHY CRUST, 1-lb. Loaf OVEN-FRESH AT THE FAREWAY LUNCH BOX GOODIES Sugar, Oatmeal, and 1 Q A Molasses COOKIES, dozen 15C 2 dozen for 35c 15c Black Walnut Chocolate COOKIES, dozen 29c Ib. 1 2c Ib. 29c , lb.25c CINNAMON NUT 1 Lb. loaf OATMEAL RAISIN 1 Lb. loaf DATE AND NUT CRIMP STYLE, 1 Lb. loaf 15c 16c 21c DECORATED CAKES that will dclipht you and your guests. FAREWAY BAKERY makes CAKES for any occasion. Moderately priced. Church, School and Organization Orders at SPECIAL DISCOUNT. FAREWAY'S OWN FRESH FROZEN ICE CREAM FLAVORS: Vanilla, Burnt Almond, Strawberry, Chocolate. READY PACK Pint . 24c Quart 44c Half Gallon 83c Gallon ,., $1.59 DOUBLE DIP CONES 5c DIXIE CUP SUNDAES . lOc INCORPORATE D ECONOMICAL, FOOD DISTRIBUTION DON'T MAKE IT- BUY IT BAKED • AT FAREWAY PHONE 1222 WE RESERVE THE IUC.I1T TO I,TMIT

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