The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 23, 1939 · Page 24
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1939
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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 i M, I:' UNION SERVICES ON HOLY WEEK Daily Downtown Noontime Devotions Being Planned Special downtown noontime services will be held Monday through Thursday of Holy Week under the sponsorship of the Min- it was isterial association, nounced Thursday. The services will be held at th St. John's Episcopal church, star iiig at 12 o'clock, noon. A 10 min ute organ prelude will precede th Scripture reading, prayer, addres musical number of benedictio that will make up the half hou service. The. services wilt be dis missed at 12:25 p. m, The Rev. C. Burnett \Vhitehea rector of St. John's Episcop church, is chairman of the com mittee in charge. The executiv committee members of the Minis terial association, the Rev. Walte KBMflMVFOODSTQRFSv JOWA'S LARGEST GROUP OF HOME-OWNED FOOD STORES -. Granulated SUGAR 10'pV47c Reputation OLEO 2 1 * . S J c SOFTASILK CAKE FLOUR Large Box . . |«*W(X 23c Whole APRICOTS 3 No. 1 . -)Ef- c anJ ,..25C KRAUT 4 No. 2Vz Can, "AETNA" PEACHES, " T i n y Chops in 40% Syrup," 2No.2'/ 2 Can« "Nancy Jo" Green Beans, Wax Beam, Country Gentleman' Corn, Sweet Potataei, Lima Beans or Diced Beeti, 3 No. 2 Can*.......... 25C "Suni Club" GRAPEFRUIT, 3 No. 2 Cans .' . . . . "Mile Up" APRICOTS, 2 No. 2*4 Can, Fancy DRIED PEACHES Ibs. 25C Cardinal SWEET PICKLES ? uart Jar ...,,:.,., Fancy PUMPKIN 4 No. 2 Cans... N o 2 29c BLACKBERRIES or Bartlett PEARS No. 10 Can ...... NO. 10 Peaches.. WJ . 35c Sliced Pineapple 62c Loganberries.. 43c HERSHEY BARS 3 for.,.. IOC APPLE BUTTER No. 10 Can ..,,.,. DATE PUDDING DWARFIES t.T....19c Country Style SAUSAGE, Ib. I7c LIVER SAUSAGE, 2 I b s . . . . 25c Asst. MEAT LOAVES, I b . . . 15 C MINCED HAM, 2 I b * . . . : . 25c Holland HERRING, 9-lb. Keg 89c TUNA FISH (Flakes) 2 cn s 25c Golden Bantam CORN ON THE COB, 2 Large Cam.. "Merton" Brand Early June PEAS, 3 No. 2 C a n s . . . . . . Pearl HOMINY or Blue Rwe RICE, 6 Ibs .. 2Sc 25c CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, 10 Giant Bars .-. SUPER Red, 2 Large Boxes. .33c SUDS; Blue, 2 Large Boxes 35c FLOUR--Reputation, tm^ «-lb. Bog '. 99C Diamond's Beit, 49-lb. Bag $1.19 Reputation PANCAKE FLOUR, 4-lb. Pkg 15c D. B. BAKING SODA, + Mb. Box fit D. B. LYE j GOLD DUST 4 Cons.. 25c I Lge B o x . . I6e Lighthouse Cleanser, 3 Cans lOc Elastic Starch, 3--10c Boxes 25c Born Brooms (90c Value) 69c Aerowax Polish, Pint Can. . 20c Reputation EGG MASH, 100-lb. Bag $1 97 STOCK SALT, 100-lb. Bag . 5 9c ^ OOLONG BULK ( Diamond's 1-lb. Pkg. Marsh Seedless GR'FRUIT,8, TO, 12for25c APPLES FANCY DELiCIOUS . ! ! ' . ' . \ 4 Pounds* 25c California ORANGES for 29c or 35c LETTUCE 2 Heads 15C Snow-White CAULIFLOWER 2 Heads 35C POTATOES NO. I COBBLERS Peck 23c; 100-lb. Bog $ 1 4 9 IDAHO RUSSETS Peck 25c; 100-lb. Bag S 5? N - P - O H ' Q 5 P e c k 2 9 c ; 100-lb. Bag ? 79 H. Kampen, president; the Rev i ^ S eyton ' vice President, and the Rev. G. N. Jones, secretary, are also on the union service committee. All Protestant churches m the city are participating in the service, it was stated. Speakers and presiding ministers at each of the four services are as follows: Monday, the Rev. Walter H. Kampen, speaker; Dr. Roy C. Helfenstein, presiding Tuesday--The Rev. Hoy " W Peyton, speaker; the Rev. Raymon Ferguson, presiding. Wednesday--Dr. C. E. Flynn, speaker; the Hev. David L. Kratz presiding. Thursday--The Rev. J. Lee Lewis, speaker, the Rev. B T Erholm, presiding. Begins New Work GARNER--Miss Velva Carothers, daughter of Mrs. James Carothers, started work Monday in the office o£ the Hancock county Abstract company, having resigned her position in She Hancock county soil conservation committee's office to accept the new post. STOCK DEALS STILL QUERIED Ontjes Continues to Examine O'Leary on Alpha Cement Sales F. A. Ontjes, attorney for th claimants in the $2,393,143 sui against the C. H. MeNider estate continued Thursday to deh'e int the First National company' handling of stock transactions fo the Northwestern States Portlant Cement company. His questions drew a grea many answers of "I wouldn't re member," or "I wouldn't knon about that" from Howard O'Leary secretary o£ the firm. On cross examination by Join Senneff, · defense counsel, Mr O'Leary confessed that he wa: "not a bookkeeper and never havt been" and that in 1925, the perioc inquired about, he was mainly a PUREX The fe+Ute b l e a c h , l r t r a ' ; . f r o c e s s r e Free Delivery ATLAS Meat t, Grocery Free Delivery 629 SIXTH STREET S. W. P,HONE465 FAT HENS, pound Choice Sirloin STEAK, pound . Pure LARD, pound Creamery BUTTER, pound 4 Large Cans MILK 20C 23C 9C 24c 25C Choice Beef « AM POT ROASTS, lP oundl5rC PORK ROAST, pound Sugar Cured BACON, pound 10 Pounds SUGAR 6-Box Carton MATCHES . . . I7c 23c 49c 14c COFFEE 2?c FARMERS: We Buy Chickens, Eggs, Veal Calves and Beef and Pay Cash for them. GLOBE-GAZETTE salesman and knew very little about the firm's transactions. Mr. Ontjes also attempted to show that the company's transactions in Alpha Portland Cement company stock which was owned by the local cement company were handled by Mr. McNidci- and that he was active in the investment firm. "I always got my instructions from Hanford MacNider," answered the witness. He admitted, »HrS er !hat he had seen Mr MeNider in the First National company's offices a number o£ times between 1925 and 1928. Southwest Iowa in Biggest Oil-Less Boom, Says Phillips DES MOINES, #)--Frank Phillips, chairman of the board of Die Phillips Petroleum company, said here Thursday that "southwest Iowa is in the midst of what so far has been the world's biggest oil-less boom." Enroute to his old home town, Creston, to help celebrate the state high school basketball championship, he was met at the airport Thompson 0 Neil Co. "Ji" SERVICE GROCERS "«« For Friday and Saturday COFFEE Fol9er ' $/ Hills ' Cream, Ferndell, Ib CARROTS Fresh Bunch 6c Cool Roast COFFEE Pound . . IDC With Coupon Fresh R H U B A R B i. 25c GRAPEFRUIT Large, Seedless, ^ 80 Size, dor D GRAPEFRUIT Fancy, Seedless, JA*. 64 Size, doz. 4/C GREEN MOUNTAIN POTATOES Northern Grown No. I Pack, 1 00 Ibs. . . $147 M E A T S Ham Loaf, Ham, * Veal and Pork; Ib. HAM ENDS, Shank, 3, 4-lbs. . . FLANK STEAKS, « Tenderized, Ib. . . . J PORK ROASTS, Loin Ends, Ib. BACON, lowona . or Melrose KRAFT CHEESE, 2 Ib. box ; PABST CHEESE, package OXYDOL, large . . ,BABO, 2 cans EDUCATOR CRACKERS, Fancy Boxes Crackers, 2 Large -»£* pkgs. Z5C 47c 15c We 25c HOME MADE BREAD lOc HOME MADE PASTRY Softener--Cleanser Lor 9 e Wuhei Di«he» Better" and Cheaper tb*n So*p BL 2 Take Home A Loaf of ... BREAD AT ITS BEST! POTATO B R E A D . . . It's Distinctly Different IDEAL FOR SANDWICHES F O R T A B L E U S E B I G DOUBLE LOAF 10 WHILE SHOPPING AT YOUR F O O D S T O R E ASK FOR BETSY ROSS--IT'S BETTER BREAD F R E S H DAILY AT A L L FOOD STORES IN NORTHWEST IOWA here by a delegation of Creston friends. The party left immediately for Creston. Phillips declined any prediction on the outcome ot the Iowa oil boom, but stated that his company is purchasing leases. He said the underground formation which centers near the southwest Iowa boundary is similar to that in Illinois where oil has been found. A total of 78,855 lowans enlisted for service in the Civil war. We Have a Full Assortment of T h o s e New Delicious Frozen Fruits and Vegetables Jack Sprat MILK, 3 large cans Choc. Cream - Hills Bros, Jttchelieu - Folger's -- L b ^;|)J titij^tlnjH sow I Red Rose SALMON, Per Ib. can 25c Educator CRACKERS, Special--2 pkgs. Give Variety and Extra T as tin ess to Your Soups, · Salads and Cocktails Fancy Channel CATFISH, Per Ib 28c GRAPEFRUIT ORANGES California Sunkist 2 doz. 37c 33c Fancy Beef ·* Q I Korn Kist POT ROAST, Ib. - . . . IOC I Sliced BACON, Ib. .. WHEN YOU THINK OF FOOD--THINK OF BARRETT BROTHERS CROCERS.HEATS.FRUfTS.VEGETABLES I O - I N O ST. N . E . PHONES 43 44 United Fruit Co. 33 East State Street PHONE 748-749 FREE DELIVERY FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUIT Artichokes, Egg Plant, Mushrooms, Asparagus, Peas, Green Beans, Wax Beans, Watercress, Beets, Turnips, Carrots, Horseradish Root, Spinach, Endives, Celery, Briif- sel Sprouts, Leaf Lettuce, Broccoli, Parsley, Pepper*, Cucumbers, Radishes, Tomatoes. FRESH PINEAPPLES -- FRESH STRAWBERRIES CARROTS, Large Bunches RADISHES, 3 Bunches.. lOc APPLES, Winesaps, Fancy, 4 Ibs PARSLEY, Large Bunches CALAVOS, 2 for Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, Doz. peck POTATOES FOR SEED OR TABLE Genuine Early Ohios -- Red River Valley 100-Pound Sock 25c Russets, 100 Ibs. $1«49 j 25c TRY MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME BAKING APRICOTS, Blenheim, Large, Fancy, Ib PRUNES, Large, Fancy, Size 30-40, 2 Ibs SUNSHINE CHOCOLATE COVERED GRAHAM CRACKERS, Ib ..... 4 n ISC No. 10 CHERRIES Occident £« fwt FLOUR, 49 Ibs. yl«f5 No. 10 PEACHES SILK TISSUE, 6 Rolls MONARCH FINER FOODS See It in Gloss--Buy It in Tin Monarch Finer Berries Packed in Heavy Syrup--Red Rasp berries. Black Raspberries, Blackberries, Youngberries Blueberries, Loganberries, ·»» ' No. 2 Size Can, 2 Cam 39C Monarch COFFEE, Regular or Drip Grind, ib Monarch CHOP SUEY SPROUTS, « A _ Size 2 Can ....... 1UC Monarch TOMATO JUICE 20 01. lOc; » f ' so ox 25C Monarch CHOW MEIN NOODLES, ·- 5 ox. Can ---- 2 for 43V MONARCH CHOW MEIN VEGETABLES Siie 2 Cans, 2 for ........... Yacht Club MUSHROOMS, Pieces and Sterns, 8 ox. Can 29c Monarch JUMBO SHRIMP 1 *T M 1/C Monarch G. B. 4 AM CORN, Sire 2 C a n . . 1UC Monarch EGG NOODLES, Ib \ f _ 13C Monarch · Ef «· CATSUP, 14 o i . . . . AjlC Yacht Club WHOLE KERNEL CORN, 1A Size 2 Can ....... 1UC CHOW MEIN « A SAUCE, 4 oz ..... IOC Beed MOLASSES, 4 01, lOc Yacht Club TUNA . . Monarch PEAS, Size 2 Con ____ 15c Monarch MAC. or « A I SPAGHETTI. I h . . . IOC Monarch CHILI «. SA'JCE, H or.. _2C| Yacht Club PEAS, Earf June, Sixe 2 Con. ..

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