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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRilJAY FEB 15 1929 Saturday Specials Sugar Pure Granul lOlbs Flour Puritan Ibs Milk Value Tall 12 Cans Coffee McLaughlin Gem 3 Ibs Kitchen 2 cans 15c Klenxer I can FREE LIBERTY mm 407 N Federal Phone 358 EMPLOYES HEAR DRAKE EDUCATOR Standard OilCompany Men Listen to Mqrehouse on Character Employes of the local offica of the I Standard Oil company were given an opportunity to hear Dr D W More house president of Drake unlversjty Thursday afternoon when he spoke to them briefly on The Three Tests of I Character The notes educator ap peared before the Standard OH em ployes after his illustrated eiture on astronomy to the Kjwanis club Doctor Morehouse based his address on three main topics what a man does when he is alone how he con ducts himself in a time of passion and how he conducts himself in future situations The speaker declared thnt the determining force of character Is especially directed by the way that an individual uses leisure time Doctor Morehouse was introduced by H E Hanson manager of the PUlstrarr or Gold Medal 1 W3 V 49 Lb Sck Lb Sadc JrlOUr Lbs 53c 100 lb Bag Lbs LOCK TV Euwm brand the Gold Medal M the Ph ilidelpha Soqui for its umronn Standard Oil company office who with James Rae principal of the high school as members of the Kiwanls program committee were responsible for the appearance of Doctor More house in the city Mr Hanson la a graduate of the Drake university law school The life history oC Doctor More house is featured by his rise from a tank wagon driver for the old Stand ard Oil company in South Dakota 33 years ago to the presidency of Drake university Starting 32 years ago with small capital Doctor Morehouse worked his way thru college to become as sistant professor professor dean of men acting president and finally president of the university He is re garded as prominent n middle western education and an international author ity on astronomy S LITTLE DAMAGE IN COLLISION Little damage was done when truck driven by O H Grogh and an auto driven by G B Frost 1612 North Federal avenue collided at Federal avenue and First street south Thursday afternoon police said So chllflblrt control is against na ture Well so is the destruction of Inn Tribune Peter Sardines X5c CRESCENT MACARONI SPAGHETTI NOODLES Del Monte Coffee Vacuum Packed A new member of tKe fumou Del Monte fmrailjr The guarantees its goodness Pound Ira Plug of 6 Large Heads Grandmothers Doughnuts Head Lettuce 3 Onions ss 6 Cauliflower 2Oc Saturday Specials In Our Meat Department 122 So Federal Roasts Spare Ribs Sausage Boiling Beef Ring Bologna Bacon Fancy LambVealChickens THE GREAT ATL ANTIC t PACIFIC TEA COMMNY lb 18c ib ijc lib2Sc ib I6c ib 18c ib 2fc MlDOtE WtOTERN OIVtSIOM Blue Ribbon Malt Extract Americas Biggest Seller treat ur Expense This we invite you to treat yourself and your family to ten delicious cups of Chocolate Cream You can get this liberal sample enough for ten large a 1lb can ister of Chocolate Cream Coffee at regular price We guarantee the contents of the can ister to be the same high quality as the sample While ordinary cofiees yield but 45 cups to the pound Chocolate Cream Coflee yields 60 cups And the last cup has the same invigor ating fragrance and aroma as the first Because we insist that rich and mellow fragrance shall reach you intact Chocolate Cream CoHeexomes to you in a specially de signed canister Six walls of paraffin resist heat and damp hold in the full aroma and guaran tee its reaching you in all its original oven freshness Order by fJione from your pour WESTERN GROCER COMPANY SALARIES MAY BE DEDUCTED Pay to Employes One of Largest Items of Expense INCOME TAX IN A NUTSHELL WHO Single persons who had net Income of or more or gross Income of 5000 or more and married couples who had net In come of or more or gross in come of J5000 or more must file returna WHEN The filing period ends March 16 1920 WHERE Collector Internal revenue for the district in which the person lives or has his prin cipal place of business HOW Instructions on Forms 1010A and 1040 WHATf One and onehalf per cent normal tax on the first 54000 in excess of the personal exemp tion and credits Three per cent normal tax on the next Five per cent normal tax on the balance of the income Surtax on net In come in excess of No 13 Salaries paid employes constitutes one of the largest items business which are deductible from gross income To be allowed such claims must conform closely to the words of the revenue act of 1928 which provides for the deduction of a reasonable allowance for personal ser vices actually rendered The teat of deducibility is whether the amounts paid are reasonable and whether they are in fact purely for personal serv ices Money paid an office of a cor poration for which no service or serv inadequate to the compensation are rendered IB not deductible as aal ary Reasonable compensation is held to be an amount that ordinarily is paJd by like enterprises in like circumstan ces for like set vices For example an officer of a corporation received in 1928 compensation In excess of the amount ordinarily paid r services such as he rendered and which bore a relation ship to the amount of his stock hold Ings The excess would not be treated as salary but as a distribution of earnings of the corporation and the amount of such excess would not be considered a deductible Item INSPECTION OF MILK IS MADE Report Shows Bacterial Count and Butterfat Ratings n milk inspections made in tha city during January show the results from various dairies from which Mason City sets its milk as follows Herm ana o Guernsey pasteurized Hermaneon pasteurized Guernsey pasteurized Grade A pasteurized Farm Products pasteurized B CBF 3000 5 EOOO 35 300000 28000 26000 5S Schermerhorn pasteurized 2000 Sehermerhorn raw 21000 Ryan pasteurized 3000 Bryaon pasteurized 6000 Hartman pasteurized 24000 Holts pasteurized 8000 Lewis pasteurized 7000 Angel pasteurized 5000 Grler pasteurized 9000 Smith pasteurized 7000 Miller pasteurized 2000 Cream Hermanaon pasteurized SOOO Sanitary pasteurized 63000 Hartman raw 110000 25 Schmerhorn raw 6000 25 Farm Products Co pasd 125000 26 Local Recruiting Officer Accepts Four Men in Day Four men were accepted for service in the United States army by the local recruiting office at the courthouse here Thursday according to Sergt John D Overby officer In charge Two men were accepted earlier in the month making a total of six for Feb ruary Arthur K Purdie Albert Lea Minn was accepted for service in the cavalry at Fort Riley Kans as Mllford H Sorenson Wells Minn and Olvin O Ho el Hanlontown Charles P Stanfleld Condo N Dak was accepted for service at Leaven worth The two men accepted earlier In the month were Kenneth M Cole Mason City who was accepted for the fourteenth cavalry band at Fort Des Moines and Lars G Miller who was accepted for service In the cavalry at Fort Rlley Kans Sergeant Overby will leave Mason City Friday night to spend a few days at Hampton Clarion and Belmond on official business he announced He In tends to return here next Thursday GlobeGazette Carrier Boys Enjoy Cecil Show The neW vaudeville acts of the Cecily theater camo under the critical eyes of 60 GlobeGazette carrier boys Thursday evening The boys were the guests of Tom Arthur the manager and occupied a reserved place in the balcony The boys expressed them selves as highly pleased with the per formance and received commendation for their orderly conduct Following the show they were given a lunch at a local restaurant Baptists Hold First Annual Father and Son Dinner at Church The first annual Father and Son banquet or the First Baptist church was held In the church social rooms Thursday evening The affair which was eponsored by the men of the church brot together a large number of fathers and sons of the church for a program of entertainment and rec reatlon Remley J gave the principle address apeaklnff on A Boys Second Love Mr Glass aald In part A boys firat love Is his mother and rishtly so but it should not be to the exclu sion of his second love which should be to his father The world Is sadly in need Just now of a better relation ship between fathers and sons Mu tual love between parent and child will make for greater stability in suc ceeding generations for It Is from father to son that the greater assets oof life are passed No greater example of this is found than that of Christ and the heavenly Father Our fathers should be to us as prototypes of God Preceding Mr Glass1 address Wil liam Hathorn Jr gave z toast to the fathers present from the subject What a Boy Expects from his Dad and Nathon Thorne 70 year old Civil war veteran spoko on When 1 Wiia u Boy Between the addresses John Kopeoky Jr entertained with a vio lin solp and Mrs J B Stlnehart played a group of three piano num Interpretive ot Scotland and Ire land The program opened with the Ringing of America and the pledging of the group to the American flag by Dick Martin of scout troop 13 Klmer Mages led In tho singing of group songs and the last hour tlio gram in frames In which all participated You can cook the waterless way with MIRRO VAPO SEAL utensils Mirro VappScal utensils make it possible to cook the modern waterless way that Is moat healthful way that modern women are Mlrro also makes t possible to cook the waterless way with out investing a lot of money In utensils MirroVapo Seal I Cookers Cooks a whole meal 2 sizes 7 and 10 qt and Mirro Vapo Seal Dutch Ovens qt size Vapo Seal Sauce Vapo Seal Skillets Pans to CURRIEVAN NESS CO PHONE 17 MAINTAINED Blr MERIT 11 NOKTU FEDERAL AVENTJB AFTER OPERATIONS was three times under an operation and 1 was very weak and nervous and could not cat I suffered for ten years i I learned about Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound and my husband bought me a bottle I felt a little better and 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