The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 30, 1939 · Page 20
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 30, 1939
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20 THUHSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 PLAN SERVICES FOR HOLY WEEK Special Events Will Be Conducted in 2 Churches at Gamer GARNER--Special Holy week- services are being planned lor next week in two Garner churches. At the United Presbyterian church, there will be special services Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights, according to announcement made by the pastor, the Rev. W. A. Thompson. Guest speakers will include the Rev. John Haupt of the Goldfield United Presbyterian ^, Rcv " char 'es G. Mann of the Clarion United Pr«byterian church and the Hev. Roy E Peyton of Mason City Presbyterian church. Holy week services will be held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and .Thursday evenings at \he Methodist Episcopal church, the Rev V. V. Schuldt, pastor, has announced. Communion service is planned for Thursday night anc m addition a Good Friday service will be held at 1:30 p. m. April 7 Dr. Felix Hennesy, Calmar, Re-Elected CALMAR _ The public schoo. board held a reorganization meeting at which Dr. Felix A. Hennessy was re-elected president and George Holverson was initiated as a new member of the board. Free Delivery ATLAS Meat Grocery Free Delivery 629 SIXTH STREET S. W. PHONE 465 1939 SPRING FRIES 28c HEAVY HENS, Ib.....,.,,., CHOICE BEEF POT ROAST, »b.. : . PORK ROAST, Ib 7 BARS P. G. SOAP 20C 19c 17c 25c Ib. CORN FED Sirloin STEAK, Ib. PORK CHOPS, Ib PURE LEAF LARD, I b . . . . . . . . . 10 POUNDS SUGAR 9c Na sh's. Folger's, Butter-Nut, «*MJ. Maxwell House Lb. Z / C FARMERS: We Buy Chickens/ Eggs, Veol Colres and Beef and Poy Cash for Them. DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FOR HEALTH AND ECONOMY-- USE MOBE BUTTER! CREAMERY BUTTER ..... ................... «. 25c COLD STBEA31 PINK -SALMON ............................................ TM- IQ C HALVES or SLICED ION A PEACHES .................................... 2 !t SS Sl 25c FOB COOKING. BAKING AND AS A B E V E R A G E IONA COCOA ................................................ 2 Si 15c PAPER TOWELS ......................... . .......... 2 ..... 19c TOILET SOAP PALMOLIVE ................................................ 4 c.*« 23c Red. Circle COFFEE, op 2--1 Ib. Bags J D C Minute TAPIOCA, i -i 8 oz. pkg 11C Ann Pase--Quick Cooking- TAPIOCA, r, 8 oz. pkg / C Rajah Long Shred COCOANTJT, I Ib. Bag Shredded WHEAT, 2--12 oz. pkgs Sultana Red SALMON, 2--16 oz. cans Walker's Chili POWDER, 114 01. can Ann Page KETCHUP, 14 oz. Bottle Paas Egg- DYES, package 3 pkgs. 25c Ajax Laundry SOAP, 19--12 oz. Bars 19c 23c 35c 13c Sunnyfield FLOUR, * 49 Ib. Bag t 1 Bled. Lava Soap 1--24 oz. pkg. Qxydol lona CORN or PEAS, 2 No. 2 Cans 15c Daily DOG FOOD, 4--16 oz. cans 19c Chocolate Cream COOKIES, 2 Ibs. 25c Seedless RAISINS, 4 Ib. pkr. 25c White House MILK--4 Tall Cans lOc gs. 25c 35c USE Daily FEEDS Daily Egg Scratch t p FEED, 25 Ib. bag 45C 100 Ib. Bag 51.59 Dailr Growth CHICK STARTER, r» AT 100 Ib. Bag pZ.Ub Fruits and Vegetables LETTUCE, ISc CHICKENS £L Lb i?c Young, Lean MUTTON u . 7c iquares BACON ^ u9c Shoulder PICNIC HAMS Ib i4c Picnic Style ~~~ PORK ROAST Ub i2c Ring Bologna, Minced Ham WIENERS! Lb. lOc n 4 -i W i n £ Trip to lhe " Xew Yor k World's Fair'" Details on Every Package "Nectar" and "Our Own" Teas. AP FOOD STORES Examines Whale Jawbones MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Does your jaw ache? Then think of the misery that could lurk in this lower jawbone once on-ncd by a 92-foot Antarctic whale The bones, each weighing about a ton, are bcinff examined by Thomas Home at National museum. Washington *""««« PICK OFFICERS FOR NEW YEAR Mrs. Geannoulis Is Elected President of Forest City Club FOREST CITY--The annual meeting o£ the Twentieth Century club was held Tuesday evening in the iibrary club room, preceded by a 6:30 pot luck supper. The annual reports of the officers were given, and the following officers elected for the coming year: President, Mrs. George Geannoulis; vice president, Miss Ruby Olsen; secretary, Miss Alma Gerdes; treasurer, Mrs. C. W. Stevenson; and corresponding secretary, Mrs. E. J. Brown. Mrs. Junior Otis and Mrs. J M Tapager were elected delegates to the county convention in April, and Mrs. George Geannoulis to the national federation convention in San Francisco. Federal Packing Co. Phone 746 We Deliver $1 Orders 213 N. Fed. Ave. LARD, Open Kettle, Pound. lOc CHICKENS, Fresh Dressed, Pound. .. . 18c BEEF ROAST, Pound 16c Dinty Moore CORNED BEEF, Ib. 20C PORK CHOPS, End Cuts, Pound. 16c PORK ROAST, Pound 16c Polish SAUSAGE, Pound '. . 25c BACON, Sugar Cured, Pound. , 25c 5-Pound Box LEAN BACON. 50c SMOKED A HOCKS, P o u n d . . . . IDC PORK ROAST, Pound. . . 16c HOME-MADE BOLOGNA, Pound. 16c Smoked Country Style SAUSAGE, Ib. 15c BARBECUED RIBS, Pound 25c CROCERS.HEATS FRUITS.YEGETABLCS 10 NO ST. N.E. PHONES 45 44 COFFEE £ hoe - Cream " Hills Bros " WggKlEl Richelieu, Folger's L b. Richelieu CATSUP, 1 A-l H-ox. Bottle IjC 6 Bottles §1.03 Kelfogg's PEP, 10-ox. Pkg 12c MAGIC WASHER, *.% ' Large Pkg (|JC Tea Towel Free BR1TE-IZE CLEANSER, 3 Cons MAYFLOWER MACARONI, 3-Pound Package 19c Good Assortment of Fresh, Frozen Fish Haddock, Ocean Perch, Finnan Haddie, Pike, Fillets, Lobster Tails GRAPEFRUIT, Texas, Large Siie ORANGES, California Sunkist . . . 6 f o r l 9 C 2 Dozen 33C FANCY BEEF - c _ POT R O A S T . . . Lb. ISC PORK LOIN END ROAST. ..u.l7c Give Us Your Order for Easter Ham, Lamb or Poultry NOW! When You Think of FOOD--Think of BARRETT BROS. CLUB ELECTS MRS, KLOSTER Annual Meeting of Woman's Group Held by Forest Cityans FOREST CITY--The Woman's club held its final meeting of the club year Tuesday afternoon in the library basement. Miss Edith Quist and Miss Norma Cross played two piano duets. Annual reports of the officers were given, and the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs P. G. Kloster; vice president, Mrs. Frank Arnold; secretary, Mrs. Oscar Rauh; treasurer, Mrs. W. C. Haugland; and corresponding secretary, Mrs. J L. Rendahl. Some changes in the club cotistitution were voted and Mrs. Thorwald Thorson read the completed copy of the club history. There was also an exchange of plants, bulbs, seeds and garden experiences. An Easter tea was served by the officers in conclusion. Hayfield Girls Give Three One Act Plays in School Auditorium HAYFIELD -- Three one-act plays were presented by girls o£ the high school in the auditorium Tuesday evening, directed by Miss Thelma Whitiord. "Between Dances" was presented by Eunice Blank, Dorothy Rayhouns, Arlene Rayhouns, Marjory Taylor, Norma Dean Pi-ingle, Bonnie Jean Pringle and Eunice Schroer. · "Grandma Fixes The Car" was jiven. by Madonna Haan, Constance Haan, Stella Schreiber Agnes Falada, ^Helen Formanek and Bernadine Malek. "On The Air" was presented by Dorothy Stupka, Charlotte Bartleson, Goldie Geddes, Rosemary Liska and Gladys Hokos. The girls glee club sang between plays. CALMAR CLUB MEETS CALMAR--The Bridge club met Tuesday night at the home o£ Mrs. Clarence Nesvik. Prizes were won by Mrs. Warner Gaff- ncy and Mrs. Oscar Simonson. -them ,,, dear! THIS WEEK-END SEE WOT MILLIONS SAY: "RITZ IS THE WORLD'S HOST HEIPFBL CMCKffi" RiTZ PLEASES EVERYBODY-."Picky" eaters ... finicky folks ... hard-to-please guests-all answer with a smile -when you pass Rilz. This tantalizing golden-brown cracker is America's favorite--it's the one cracker you know they'll like. RITZ IS ALWAYS "GOOD TASTE" --in both senses of the -word. Serve it with meals with cheese . . . beverages - . . milfc -- spreads--every food on the list gathers glamour from Ritz. Serve it alone--it's a real treac in itself. RITZ NEVER DISAPPOINTS YOU --Every single cracker is tempt- ingly b r o w n e d -- f r e s h a n d crunchy. There are no "pale sisters" as there are in boxes of imperfectly baked crackers. A special baking secret keeps Ritz fresh and flavorful--down to the last one in the package. Order a goadly supply of Ritzfor the week-end. See bow many "rough edges" it smooths out on menus! SUGGESTION OF THE WEEK! Apples and Riti! There's a fiivor combination that's simply scrumptious! Try it as x bed-time treat tonight! S U R P R I S E FOR THE FAMILY That favorifo-FIG NEWTON5. Luscious tree-ripened figs ond fendar golden-brown cake. Delicious as dessert or for nibbling. Products of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Serv-AII Fruit Stands No. 1 18th St. and So. Federal No. 2 6th St. and So. Federal Radishes Per Bunch Ic Medium Size ........ ____ EachlC Bananas 6. b ,25c Heinz Dill. soo si zc p er Select Seed Cobblers, Green Mts., OO/4 Early Chios BagOSC up POP CORN, 8 Ibs. for . . . 25c Texas GRAPEFRUIT, Per doi 29c Fancy DELICIOUS o p APPLES, 4 Ibs. for £O C . Basket--$1.9B Crystal White SOAP CHIPS, 2--lOc boxes 15c Monterey SODA CRACKERS, 2 Ib. box 16c Presto MATCHES, Carton of 6 19c .·Vriel TOILET TISSUE, 6 rolls 16c 1 Bar La-va- Soap for Ic with one box Sfcd. OXYDOL, both lor Two Couples Honored on Anniversaries at Party in Residence GARNER--The forty-filth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Becker and the thirty-eighth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hanson were celebrated Monday night at a surprise party arranged by friends of the two couples. Mr. and Mrs. Becker were dinner. guests at the Hanson home, so the four were together when the 10 guests came to surprise them. Af-,' ter a social evening refreshments' were served. BELMOND R. N. A. MEETS BELMOND--Mrs. Pat Billon entertained the members of the Royal Neighbors of America lodge . at her home Tuesday evening. Stock u p ^^ i LL * A a t f\\ * ~ CHECK THESE VflLUES .NATIONAL MILD, FEAGBRNT Our Breakfast 3-39 DATED-1N D O U B L E L I N E D GREEN BAGS-- Deliciouily Satisfying SWANSDOWN CAKE 2y 4 -!b. FLOUR Box mf^fmmfm 2V BROWN SUGAR 4 19' PRESERVES COME AGAIN Peach, Fineappla BiMKbYriy Jar MW STRAWBERRY OR RASPBERRY J.|b. JAR FULL STANDARD QUALITY COME AGAIN YELLOW PEAS-CORN FULL STANDARD QUALITY TOMATOES NOODLES NATIONAL FINE OR BROAD Mb. : Pkgs. MACARONI OH SPAGHETTI K.IU COME AGAM ,, BRArm Box 25' PANCAKE FLOUR ... 15° FLAKES WHEAT PUFFS WHEAT FLAKES TOMATOES LARGE HRM RED RIPE · SLICEHS Ib. CUCUMBERS';-: 2 29* Cauliflower SNOW WHITE HEADS. GOOD SIZE ·ach 17' NATIONAL'S QUALITY MEATS We Have Good Lard Pound Good Quality Beef Short Ribs Pound U. S. Fish Fillet Boneless Pound 12/2C Young Mutton Chops Shoulder Roost, Pound 7',ic Fresh Made Peanut Butter Pound IOC Headless and Dressed Northern Pike Pound 5c

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