Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 22, 1934 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 22, 1934
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NINETEEN ft** OFFERS THESE ~ GREAT VALUES THIS WEEK Delicious fresh coffee- fit for a king and ground before your eyes. These coffees outsell any other nine coffees. BUTTER NUT COFFEE 31 c LB 24c BUTTER SEMINOLE P 6 SOAP SOAP CHIPS CAMPBELLS PINEAPPLE TISSUE COTTON SOFT 4 1,000 SHEET ROLLS 8 LGE. BARS 23U 11 CRYSTAL WHITE SOUPS ASS'T. SULTANA BROKEN SLICES REG. BARS 5-LB. BOX CANS CANS HAMILTON'S SAUER KRAUT I NO. 2 (CANS 25c SUGAR SALE!! FINE BEET 10 LBS. C. H. CANE 10 LBS. mTp 1 CllEE.N JL Hi A- B. F. JAPAN 100 LBS. $4.55 49c ·· 25c OLEOMARGARINE PRUNES ££««».« ' BEANS Cl ' r GBEE " CRACKERS SSSir BARTLETT PEARS H CORN iS, I'BEE MEASURING SPOON DEL MONTE RED SALMON SALAD A TEA £** THOMPSON'S MALTED MILK PEANUT BUTTER NAVY BEANS 3 "»· 25c 3 Ski 25c 2 Bo B i 19c 2 ND. 2JA OQ 0 CANS ^t/C 3 NO. 2 or,, CA'S ^OC V 33c -^ 19c Vi LB. 9Q« J'KG. *Jt7\' ciS 39c 'J? 21 c 5 "· 22c Fine Quality Meats at 201 N. Federal 14c 5c of Baking LB BOLOGNA BEEF BOIL BACON HAMBURGER BEEF ROASTS BOILED HAM ; WINDSOR LKAN, SLICED LB. CELLO PKG. FRESH GROUND 'BEEF LB LBS RADISHES NEW FIRM YELLOW I CRISP BUNCHES POTATOES CALIFORNIA SEEDLES GRAPEFRUIT FOR 'THE GREAT ATIANKC PACIFIC. TEA co. Middi e .w«» e ,n MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE PASTORS NAMED FOR CHURCHES Appointments for Dubuque Archdiocese Announced by Archbishop. DUBUQUE,- March 2. (.«--Ap- pointments of pastors and chaplains in the archdiocese of Dubuque were announced today by the Most Rev. Archbishop Francis J. Beckman S T. D., as follows: The Rev. John M. Molloy, pastor of the Sacred Heart church at Waterloo to be pastor of the Immaculate Conception parish at Cedar Rapids succeeding- the late Right Rev. Monsignor J. J. Toomey. The Rev. John J. Clune, pastor of St. Patrick's parish at Anamosa to be pastor of St. John's church at Coggon. The Rev. Patrick J. Behan, pastor of St. Matthew's church at Cedar Rapids to be pastor of St. Patrick's parish at Anamosa. The Rev. John F. McCaffery, pastor of St. Peter's church at Clermont to Be pastor of the Immaculate Conception parish at Masonville. To Buffalo Center. The Rev. Al Schmeetz, pastor of the Sacred Heart church at Gnmdy Center to be pastor of St. Patrick's church at Buffalo Center. The Rev. William L. McGovernor, pastor of St. Mary's church at Vinton to be pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul parish at Gilbert. The Rev. James D. Kearn, pastor of St. Patrick's parish at Fairfax to be pastor of St. Matthew's parish at Cedar Rapids. The Rev. Albert J. Forster, pastor of St. Peter's church at Sabula to be pastor of Sacred Heart parish at Grundy Center. The Rev. William H. Holub, chaplain of St. Anthony's home, Du- buque, to be pastor of St. Peter's parish at Clermont. Ollinger at Nashua. The Rev. Julius J. OUinger, formerly assistant at St. Joseph's, Mason City, acting pastor at St. Michael's church at Nashua, to be administrator of that parish. The Rev. Francis Churchill, who was reared in Mason City, chaplain Mercy hospital at Cedar Rapids, to be pastor of St. Mary's church at Vlnton. The Rev. Stephen J. Tushak, assistant pastor of St. Mary's church at Waverly to be administrator pro- tern of St. Patrick's parish at Fairfax. The Rev. Paul J. MaGuire, administrator pro-tern of St. Patrick's parish at Buffalo Center to be assistant pastor of St. Mary's church at Waverly. The Rev. Howard Merfield, who was reared in Greene, assistant pas;or of Immaculate Conception par- sh at Cedar Rapids to be chaplain of Mercy hospital, Cedar Rapids. Edward Harrington Dies in Wisconsin MADISON, Wis., March 22. UP)-Edward H. Farrington, 73, professor of dairy husbandry at the Uni- v-ersity of Wisconsin for the past :0 years and originator of widely cnown dairy tests, died at his home here today. Legion Membership in Iowa Not Bigger DUBUQUE, March 22. uptown's American Legion membership for 1934 has not exceeded the 1933 total, Leo Duster of Cedar Rapids, .commander of the Iowa de- lartment, announced here at a re- :eption tendered him and Charles fapschull, commander of the Illi- lois department of the Legion, by he Dubuque post. KROPMAN GROCERY 19 Ninth St. jr. E. HOME-OWNED STORE We Deliver OF QUALITY FOODS Specials for Friday and Saturday SUGAR, 10 Ibs 45c FLOUR, very best grade, 49 Ibs $1.90 BUTTER, Ib ? ? BROWN SUGAR, 4 Ibs 25c PEARS, very special, per gallon _,, 39c PINEAPPLE, No. 2/ 2 size can 19c BAKING CHOCOLATE, '/ 2 Ib ; lie Redeem Your Soap Coupons at Kropman's MR. FARMER: We are paying 17c a dozen for eggs in trade, bring in your eggs. GROCERY SPECIALS Jell, any Off flavor, 6 for AO Peas, | A No. 2 can J.V Apple Butter, quart jar Plums in heavy syrup 15c can, 1 A C per can JL " Prunes in heavy syrup No. 21/2 can Coffee, Red Bag, fine quality, pound -- O7 19' Sugar, 10 pounds 48 Washboards, Brass Duke, 69c J.Qc value for *«? LENTEN SUGGESTIONS Smoked Bloaters Spiced Herring Cod Fish SPECIAL PRICES BEER Per case Per bottle, pint Quart bottle--23c 2 for 45c SJ.98 10 C Coffee House Coffee, 1 pound vacuum can Salmon, Red f *9. Rose, Ib. can JL I Sauerkraut, Libbys, can Peaches, M m No. 10 can ft I Apricots, /I Or No. 10 can *S«J Toilet Soap, OO r 10 bars OU Flour, Jersey Cream, 49 Ibs. Boiler, Copper Bottom with cover, C-| JC special M.' I pound tin 65c ^ pound tin Ic /2 pound package 33c pound package Ic /t pound package 17c /4 pound package Ic We Pay Above Market Price for Eggs--Cash or Trade. SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE WHOLESALE OR RETAIL 215 South Federal Ave. Thorn; 43-1 THANK YOU! We wish to take this opportunity to express our appreciation for the support given us on our Opening Day, and we want to assure our friends and customers that Courtesy and Quality will be our Motto. To please and give satisfaction will be our greatest inducement for you to trade with us. DIAMOND BROS. Codchaux^s Pure Cane Sugar $1.23 Butternut Coffee 1 Pound Can Hershey's Cocoa J Pound Can Grapefruit jr c Fancy, 2 No. 2 Cans Choice Rice 4 Pounds Baker's Chocolate l/j-Lb. Bar Fudge Pun FREE 22 Pretzels 2 Pounds Red Salmon 2 Tall Cans Peanut Butter | c 2 round Jar ..... ·" ·" WESSON OIL Tint Can 240 Rubber Apron FKEK (Crushed, or Sliced) Pineapple, Apricots or Pears ·'· *». n cans _ PEACHES (In No. 10 Can) Boyal Chef 39c Mariposa 45c Ahunont 55c (Fancy in Heavy Syrup) Cheese Wisconsin Brick, Per Lb Cake Flour Sunklst, Per Package Crackers Grahams or Sodas, 2-lb. Box Wheaties 2 Packages 18c 23* Reputation Pancake Flour (In S'/i-Jb. Bags) Plain 15c Buckwheat 19c Syrup Log Cabin, Medium Size Can Fancy Dates 3 Pounds Campbell's Soups (All Kinds) 2 Cans.... Marshmallows Per Pound Blackberries *ft c Or Tomatoes, No. 10 Can J' ^^ Oregon Prunes No. 10 Can Blueberries No. 10 Can 59 Cocoanut Fancy, Per Pound Walnuts (Large) Per Pound Sorghum S-lb. pail 29c; 10-lb. pall Sardines Tom. or Mus., 3 Ige. oval cans 16 55 Sliced BACON 5-11). box 39c Country Style Sausage per Ib. lOc Prunes Largo gi zc (io-50) S Ibs Cornmeal 10-Pound Bag _, Cherry Preserves Edward's, 2-Pound Jar Salad Dressing Edward's, Pint Jar Fresh Hamburg 4 Ibs. Sliced Dried Beef Per Lb. 27c Seminole Toilet Tissue "Cotton Soft"--1 1,000 Sheet Rolls 25- Peas, Tomatoes or Green Be ans 3 No. 3 Cans kC Tea Bags Finest Quality (Packed in Individual Bags) Black or Green 12 for lOc Jell Powder Sunllte, 6 Boxes Hominy Grits 8 Pounds D.B.Lye 3--10c Cans ' Shoe Polish Barton Dyanshine, 35c Bottle ' "Koyal" Baking Powder 13 oz. can 32c Measuring Spoon FKEE Ideal Malt Large Can Bottle Caps Per Gross Starch Corn or Gloss, 4. --1-lb, Pkgs.. Soap Chips Crystal White, 3 Large Boxes. Corned Beef Hash (John P. Hardlng's) 2--19c Cans Cookies "Chocolate Bridge," Per Pound Brown Sugar 4-Pound Package Banquet Corn 3 No. z Cans Macaroni 3 Pounds PALMOLIVE SOAP. 2 FOR 5c -- SUPER SUDS, 2 FOR Oyster Shells 100-Pound Bag Miller's Cornflakes Large Package DB Milk 3 Tall Cans Block Salt Each Syrup Golden Star, No. 5 Con 19c -- CRYSTAL WHITE, S FOIt 12c (WITH CO COFFEE Fancy Peaberry 3 Ib. pkg:. 45- Diamond's Best 1 Ib. can FRUITS AND VEGETABLES SPINACH, 3 Ibs. HEAD LETTUCE, ea. APPLES, 6 and 7 Ibs NEW CABBAGE, 8 Ibs. POTATOES--Early per Ohios or Cobblers pk. GRAPEFRUIT, 5 Reputation 49 Ib. bag $1-55 Diamond's Best 49 Ib. bag .79 DIAMOND 205 NORTH FEDERAL AVENUE MASON CITY, IOWA

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