Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 19
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 29, 1934
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·f MASON CITY GLOBE.GAZETTE MARCH 29 ·§ 1934 Fresh Country EGGS 2ioz.29 Enjoy this invariable freshness LB. EGGS -- Cook them, color them, or even scramble 'em. But get them at A. BROOKFIELD, CORN COUNTRY BUTTER "° 23c C- AND H. PURE CANE SUGAR ss 1 - ! 4^. 10 a. 49c COFFEE _ n RED CIRCLE . . . 2-39c - COFFEE FOLGERS . . · BARTLETT PEARS DEL MONTE . . EASTER SPECIAL-- GINGERALE CANADA DRY . . BIRD'S EVE MATCHES . . · BLUE ROSE RICE . . . . . . 4-19c , WALDORF TISSUE 6*° LLs 25c SHREDDED WHEAT PACKAO»IIC 32c 2 NO. 2 OCf» CANS £vlW 3 LGE. 4 Qfft BTLS.tUW PLUS BTL. DEPOSIT G PKGS 25 c WAX-RITE Liquid Floor Wax, Self Polishing Can RAISINS * iu- ", K V" PAAS EGG DYES i'c r £ SULTAN4 RED BEANS 16 oz. Can 5c BARRETT PEARS No. 10 Can 35c FIG BARS 31bs. 2oc BORDEN'S EAGLE BRAND MILK. 2 Cans 35c TUNA FISH, Del Monte, 7 oz. Cans 2 for -ac PORK AND BEANS, Quaker Maid Z lor sc SPARKLE GELATINE DESSERT . . Pkg. 4c PRESERVES, Ann Page, All Varieties.. - .1 lb. jai lac BROWN SUGAR * bs .oc SUGAR BEET. 10 LBS. CLOTH 4Tc BAGS 100 LBS. $4.55 FINE QUAIJTY MEATS AT 201-203 NORTH FEDERAL I II · Kf SWIFT'S PREMIUM, IH Am HALF OR WHOLE VEAL ROASTS LAMB ROASTS BEEF ROASTS PORK CUTLETS BACON 2 2ibs.29c LEAN BONELESS LEAN, TENDER TEA. "Fresh from the Gardens" BOOK YOUR SEED ORDERS 'THIS i\ji\ Avy»j** WJ M*-.~ ,,,,« m A-v WEEK AND AVOID THE TAX Cerro Gordo Farmers Co. "ipECIAU PHONE 270 l^W »'«···'»' FLOUR FINEST QUALITY HEHBT ECONOMY i^M 49-lb.bag,. $2.10 24i/2-lt. bag $1.10 White Front Grocery 311 North Federal Avc. SUGAR, 10 Pounds P G SOAP, 10 Bars ....................................................... 25c JACK SPRAT PORK BEANS 5c STRAWBERRY PRESERVES, 4 lb., 10 oz. 54c NORTHFIELD MILK, 3 Large Cans 17c BROK. SLCD. PINEAPPLE, No. 2'/ 2 Can 18c KELLOGG'S KAFFEE HAG, With Coupon 30c ARIZONA GRAPEFRUIT, 80 Size 5c RADISHES, 3 Bunches ................................... - ................ I0c HEAD LETTUCE, Crisp, Firm, 2 for 9c We Handle FELT SON'S FRESH MEATS TRINITY CHURCH TO HOLD SERVICE Good Friday Observance to Start at Noon and Last Until3:30o'clock. The thira annual Good Friday service "The Crucifixion" will be held at Trinity church Good Friday March 30 from 12 o'clock noon and continuing until 3:30 p. m. The service will be divided into seven 30 minute periods, each one centering about one of Christ's seven words on the cross. The first period will begin at 1 o'clock noon with Miss Kanna Schonhood, parish worker, givin the meditation on the first word "Father, Forgive them: For the know not what they do. Luke .3 34. Other periods are as follows: Sen-Ice In Periods. Second period 12:30 p. m. Mrs. A H Hunt will give the meditation o the second word: "Today shall Tho be with Me in Paradise," Luke l: Third period 1 p. m., Mrs. R. 0. Storvick-will give the meditation on the third word "Behold Thy Son- Behold Thy Mother," John 19.ZO-ZI. Fourth period 1:30 p. m. the Rev. O Mall of the St. James Lutheran church will give the meditation on the fourth word: "My God! My God! Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?" Matthew 27:46. Fifth period: 2 p. m. Attorney L. A Bakin will give the meditation on the fifth word "I Thirst," John 19 ' ' To Give Meditation. Sixth period 2:30 p. m.: Mrs. Stor- vick will give the meditation on the sixth word. "It is Finished," John 19 S°eventh period 3 p. m : Andrew Frelund will give the Ration on the last word "Father, into Thy Hands I commend My Spint," Luke 23 Each meditation will be preceded by appropriate hymns and a portion of the passion history and will conclude with a hymn. | Trinity Lutheran Choir to Present Cantata on Friday The cantata, "He Is Risen," by Richard Worthing, will be given by the choir of the Trinity Lutheran church at 7:30 o'clock Friday evening as part of the observance of Goifd Friday. Following is the detailed program of the presentation: Prelude, Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson, processional, "Holy, Holy Holy choir; duet, "Midnight in the Garden," Blanche Lyng and Helen Gulbranson; trio, "There is a Green HUI ELOPEMENT FOILED soprano solo. Enola Skram and orus; "The Angel Speaks, wto. s. Russell Thompson; Miu agdalene Alone at the Sepulchre orus; "Mary and the Two Angel., orus: "The Lament of Mary agdalene," soprano so o, Olga oen. accompanied by altos and no rs; "Jesus Appears to Mar, "o Harold RancWJl and Olga Mocn; c is Risen," chorus. "Sing with All the Sons of Glory arot), chorus; "There is a Green ill Far Away," alto solo, Clarence dden; "0 Jesus, Thou Art Stand g," trio, Enola Skram, Beatric ysne and Olga Moen; solo, "Th Ruth Strunk, 17 year old high school girl ot Buchanan, Mich., was found In Chicago after police had Interrupted plans of a Notre Dame freshman to elope with her. (Associated Tress photo.) Far Away," Beatrice Lysne, Bno Skram and Norma Hetland; an them, "A Sacred Head Now Woun ed," choir. ,, "The Women at the Sepulchre, NINETEEN d's Prayer," Fern Meurs; "At the me S of JeLs," chorus; solo, select- d Dikka Mocn; anthem, Easter s is the accompanist and Mrs. O. L. N. Wlg- dahl, the director. · QUALITY/ Grocery Specials! fior Friday and Saturday PEACHES, No. 2!/ 2 1 C p Can. In Heavy Syrup.. i«J*- RAISINS, Seedless, OO 4 Pounds *"' 1 EXTRA SPECIAL SALAD DRESSING, I Q Large 32 Oz. Jar 1«/1. FLOUR, Jersey M CQ Cream 49 Pounds . . «iliJ«' A'AND.L-i, 1 C r Large Bottle .......... At ' v * WALNUTS, Per Pound SPREAD RELISH, 1 PINT JAR, 16 Oz., 8 OUNCE JAR SODA CRACKERS, 2 Pounds .......... 19c GINGER ALE, Large Bottle 15c PURE BRAN, 100 Pounds . . . MIDDLINGS, 100 Pounds . . . $1.00 $1.00 SUGAR, 10 Pounds 49c BEET SUGAR, 100 Pounds . · · Beer--Master Brew $1.981 lOc! 25cj PER CASE OF 24 BOTTLES . PER BOTTLE ..... QUART BOTTLE EGGS--Fresh from the Country, Per Dozen i^^^--~ TownGier FLOUR « $2,10 FINEST QUALITY $4.55 "SPECIAL 24'/ 2 Ibs. .10 GREATEST 2 FOR 450 BANANAS POTATOES ORANGES RADISHES FIRM. YELLOW MINNESOTA RUSSETS NAVELS SIZE 176 NEW. CRISP SALT, -50 Found Block 39c OYSTER SHELLS, 100 Pound Sack ... 59c MOTOR OIL Buy your oil now and save the tax which goes into effect Monday, April 2 2 GALLON CAN $1.05 I s GALLON CAN $2.39 ___«· -- . - FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ORANGES, Large, 0-7^, Extra Fancy, Dozen .. «J i v Smaller Size, 23 C Dozen **«*%. CELERY. GRAPEFRUIT, 6 Tor HEAD LETTUCE, Head 5c ASPARAGUS, Ti-nnp.Y. 3 Bunches 25c RADISHES, Bunch 5c WE PAY ABOVE MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS-CASH OR TRADE 2 for 9c JL/U Jt WM.1 *_»·.»» j--£- ly ---- i iiiiinnM^^^--·-- SAM RAIZES 213 S. Federal Avc. 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Our great national need or a proper diet containing all the essen- tSwele m ents.Insuchadiettbelargestneed, 5 forendnrance energy that promotes and enhances vitality for life's activities, work and pla). Bread, in its many appealing forms, suites this energy efficiently. Eminent scientists now explain wEy. Note their statements in the sigmfi- Lt new book (which you may secure, free, from S "Vitality Demands Energy" . - - statemen s making clear the indisputable value of bread and other baked wheat products, in the diet. Carbohydrates are eaten mainly to supply y . They are contained abundantly m bread Jor the LI»*i%**"*·· -- i· - · i · i merely a question of quantity required in each case. Beauty, the zest of living, are not poes.ble without abundant energy. Bread is appetizing ... it "goes" with everything. 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