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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                I MASON CITY GLOBEGAZKTTE OCEOBER 6 1933 i DEFENDANT WINS JUDGMENT CASE Jury Finds for Harrington After One Hour of Deliberation The Jury found for the defendant In the case of Leonard H Racker vs J I Harrington after less than Youll prefer the flavor WHEN you ore offered a substitute for genuine Kelloggs remember it ia seldom in the spirit of eervice OF BATTIE CREEK an hours deliberation Thursday evening The case was heard in dis trict court under Judge T A Beard more Judgment for had been asked by the plaintiff who claimed that amount was due on a promis sory note to the estate of Chris Harrington of which he is admin istrator I R Boomhower local attorney represented the defendant MRS WILLEY 77 DIES ON VISIT Succumbs From Infirmities of Age at Home of Her Daughter Mrs H H Willey 77 died at the home of her daughter Mrs R E DeReus 1020 First street southwest about 1 oclock Friday afternoon Infirmities of age was given as the cause of her death She had been ill for about three weeks and was visiting at the home of her daugh ter when death occurred Mrs Willey is survived by her husband who resides at 516 North Delaware and five children Charles C Frank Claude Mrs O A Kiba and Mrs DeReus all of Mason City Mrs Willey was born at Ringwood 111 Nov 20 1855 and came to Ma son City at the age of 9 She re sided inMason City most of her life with the exception of a short time spent in the west She was marriec near Mason City Dec 10 1874 She was a member of the W R C for several years Funeral services will be held at the Randall funeral home Monda morning at 10 oclock FEDERAL Fruit and Vegetable Market ACROSS FROM HANFORD HOTEL FROM GROWER TO CONSUMER We Deliver Phone 42 FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER Ib24c SUGAR 10 Ibs49c HEAD LETTUCE solid per head 5c EXTRA LARGE SIZE BUNCH CELERY 5c SWEET POTATOES 3c TOMATOES Ib 3c GRAPES Basket Large size CABBAGE lb 1 2c CARROTS bunch 3c CAULIFLOWER large head10c TOKAY GRAPES 3 Ibs25c APPLES ring pack U S No 1 bushel and FRESH SPINACH Ib 5c CAMAY SOAP bar 5c ATWOOD COFFEE Ib18c BEER all brands Complete Line Fresfc Vegetables Hashs toasted Toasting givac richer flavor Special Ib 31 FEDERAL PACKING CO PHONE 746 218 NORTH FEDERAL AVE LARD SPRING 4 M c BEEF Ito 7c ROAST Ib CHICKENS Ib VEAL Qc Rolled RIB fi ROAST Ib O ROAST IbJO BACON 4 Ac STEAK f Oc Sugar Cured Ib A good tender Ib I d Fresh SIDE PORK Qc PORK Ib O STEAK Ib O RIB BOIL 5C OYSTERS fresh gal FRESH FISH OF ALL KINDS Ttxutmg richer flavor Folgers Coffee 35c Save Folgers Cotttt Bands for year favorite nrzanUatlon Plymouth People Taxed for Clocks and Watches Assessor Revives Ancient Custom Flung Aside When Instruments Were No Longer Regarded as Luxuries Owners of clocks and watches re paying taxes on them in Plym uth corporation I didnt know I had any person 1 property said a woman resident f that community appearing at the ounty treasurers office a few days go I dont have a radio or a iano She was at loss to explain an 11 ent charge for personal proper y Fiiil of Clocks Consulting the tax roll Mias Daisy Van Note of the treasurers ffice found the 11 cent tax was or a clock Further Investigation revealed hat the entire tax roll of O L eshak assessor for Plymouth cor poration was full of clock and watch assessments That was a situation that had not been In evidence for years for al though clocks and watches are listed In the assessment rolls it has become a custom to disregard them in making assessments The original idea of assessing watches and clocks goes back to pioneer days when such were re garded as luxuries along with musi cal instruments Situation Changed In latter years however watches and clocks have no longer been re garded as luxuries and gradually accessors left them out of consider ation and only askedthe taxpayers whether they had radios or pianos and when the situation seemed to warrant it about diamonds Then came Mr Peshak who be lieves that if clocks and watches are on the tax roll there should be nosubterfuge about them Either tax them or take them off the rolls he says HELPS FIND TALENT NEirSA JIcMEIN New York is helping a group f stage and screen stars society oik and professional people to de elop their talents in art Among er pupils are Noel Coward Alfred unt Hope Williams Mrs Herman elricha Mrs William Randolph and Harpo Marx Vlason Farm Bureau Women Elect Leader Officers elected by the Mason owahip Womens Farm Bureau ome project workers are Mrs nvin Johnson publicity chairman aa the following cooperators re Evert Buss Mrs H E Rugg rs J L Hockaday Mrs George olt Mrs D A Roderick and Mrs M Dougan i The lesson for Wednesday Oct I on gift suggestions will be held t the home of Mrs Charles Wag er beginning at 10 oclock Miss V Raake home demonstra lon agent will attend Anyone in erestcd has been invited to attend CITY BRIEFS Dan Shire chief of the Mason 2ity firedepartment addressed the Lions club at Osage Thursday night when the Osage fire depart ment was the gueat of the club Ihief Shire spoke on fire preven ion Donald Gordon age 8 Lake Mills vas brought to the Mercy hospital Thursday night with a broken high He received the injury play ng football Retired Hanlontown Mail Route Carrier Honored HANLONTOWN Oct ural letter carriers and their vlves of Worth county together h Postmaster and Mrs F Schulte if Kensett gave a surprise on ex arrier P A Grove Tuesday eve ning Mr Grove retired Oct 1 from ervice after 30 years and 3 months vith Uncle Sam on route 1 Speaks on Safety ALEXANDER Oct High way Safety campaign was observed here When Dr Arthur of Hampton spoke before the high school aa semhly The speaker was sent h he Hampton Post of American Legion New Pastor Arrives BRISTOW Oct Rev am Mrs Varce and children from Mystic are moving into the Unite Brethren parsonage Mr Varce i appointed to this charge for th coming year Hatchery Is Enlarged RUDD Oct C Frank J anticipating a larger hatchery out put for 1834 and to be ready fo next spring will put an extension 14 by 30 feet at the rear of hi present building Doris Kuhlemeier President RUDD Oct Campfir girls elected President Doris Kuh lemeier vice president Arlene Mu ler secretary Doyne Stalke treasurer Betty Treloar acrib Jane Hofler Wisconsin Cow Wins Grand Championship Ratings at Waterloo WATERLOO Oct 6 of Vernon aged cow exhibited by Or ec D Sherry Viroqua Wia occu pied the spotlight at Dairy Cattle Congress Friday being chosen sen or and grand champion brown Swiss cow for the secoud year and completing a years test begun at he cattle congress last year with a butterfat total 1075 pounds a new world record for the brown Swiss breed The junior champion heifer is Ringmasters Pride of Lake View exhibited by Hull Brothers Paines ville Ohio Cow testers and cow testing as sociation members were engaging1 in cattle judging contest Friday won the Interstate 4H Dairy Calf club judging contest with Michigan second Kansas hlrd and Wisconsin fourth Iowa tvas tenth Russell Spanggaard Vebraska was high individual South Dakota teams won both lasses of the Interstate 4H dairy emonstratlon contest two boys iurdette Stelnwedel Hayti and iarris Halverson Castlewood win ing in class A for production and wo girls Ruth Fuller and Mildred yman both of Huron winning in ass B for utilization Ormsby Aagie Homestead wricd by E H Maytag and R C rown Newton and Paulina is the w grand champion Holstein hull Armstrong EUI Sends Big Honey Shipment to East ARMSTRONG Oct lrk has just shipped what was elieved to be the largest carload of oney to a New York firm from this ection Mr Kirk who storied bee eeplnga small way In 1922 has en arged his business and has all mod rn apiary equipment The extract ng of honey from thecomb is done y electricity These times have one advantage he fellow who agrees with you ay a Sure instead of ewaneo StarCourier Izaak Walton League Members Start Iowa Session in Burlington BURLINGTON Oct 6 UP Izaak Walton league members from all parts of Iowa convened here today to lay plans for 1934 and at tend their annual convention Principal speaker at the annual banquet tonight will be Dr Preston Bradley of the Peoples church Chi cago William Ewinger president of the local chapter the largest in Iowa will preside Included in the convention pro gram will be dedication of the Bur liagton organizations clubhouse at Walton Lake Numerous sportsmen throughout the middlewest includ ing members of the Iowa state fish and game commission have signified intentions of attend ing the convention Study of Kinds of Corn and Soils Made at Farm IOWA FALLS Oct the J M Hunt farm northwest of Ack ley a corn picking was held of spe cial Interest to all farmers studying the various kinds of corn and soils Last spring Mr Hunt planted 12 varieties of corn on spring plowed alfalfa ground The plots were planted to compare the better strains of hybrids and open pol linated varieties of corn Ctaunty Agent Olson was to be present and discuss the latest methods for corn improvement Seventy Appreciative Prizes be given away at oclock Saturday evening Ask for particulars Doxier Food Store Phone 1800 616 South Federal TITTLE BROS PACKING Co INC PHONE 693 105 SOUTH FEDERAL SPARE RIBS 4 BEEF SHORT RIBS lean Ib LARD 100 pureIb 6c FRESH HAMBURGER All Meat 3 10 I Pork Shld ROAST center cuts Ib 7c Beef Pot ROAST tender Ib 4VoC YOUNG TENDER f FV S BEEF STEAK 3lbs17c LAMB ROAST shoulder Ib lOc 100 COOPERATION i Sunday Skating Banned FENTON Oct ban on Sun day skating within the corporation limits of the town was voted by the town council As a result there will be no more skating at the Legion pavilion on Sunday The council al so voted to forbid the opening at local beer parlors from midnight Saturday until Monday mornings even though there may be a lunch counter in connection with the beej parlor Dont Miss the Thrilling Sport Broadcasts This Fall WORLD hear the games on the Radios as Low as lore NEW power NEW bcauly This amaiing 1934 Baby Grand has Tuning Baa Compensating Tone Control Aulomalic Volume Control and olher big improve ments Receives police and airplane calls in addition fo regular broadcasts See hear it NOWf EASY PAYMENTS MEAT DEPARTMENT Beef Stew Pork Hocks Pork Hearts 3 PURE LARD 6c Fresh PIG FEET 2c BEEF ROAST 5c BEEFSTEAK 7c Summer Sausage 8e SAUSAGE 6 lbs2gc Hamburger 6 Iblgc BUTTER First Grade 22C SPARE RIBS SPRING FRIES 13c GROCERY DEPARTMENT Crackers Soda 2 Ibs 2Oc SALMON Red SALMON Pink can14c APPLE BUTTER canlOc PUMPKIN No 2 can 2 for25c CATSUP 16oz bottle13c MILK large 4 Malt Syrup 3 for APRICOTS No 2 can 2 for25c PINEAPPLE No can18c TEA SIFTINGS 1 pound12c COFFEE Nash32c COFFEE Bliss 1 pound24c COFFEE Buehler Pork Beans MATCHES 6 boxes21c SOAP Big Ben 6 for SOAP Toilet 6 bars25c TOILET TISSUE 4 rolls23c OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 2 for loc WE SELL EXACTLY AS ADVERTISED SATURDAY AND MONDAY SPECIAL Fruit Co 33 EAST STATE Fancy California Tokay Grapes Ib 7c IceBerg Head Lettuce large size solid 2 for Sweet Potatoes No 1 grade G pounds Eat More Cranberries 1 Q extra fancy 3 Ibs 1 Bananas not go 5 pounds s POTATOES Early Chios U S No 1 grade peck 29c bushel Apples Jonathans 8 Ibs 25c basket Bnrtlett lug Pears Klcferg Just right for canning basket Onions yellow or red globe 10 pounds 19c 19c 10 95c 19c MONARCH BRAND GROCERIES See 29 Monarch Peas Early June or sweet 2 No 2 Monarch Maize 1 Q A Monarch Whole Kernel Corn 2 No A cans C Monarch Coffee Vacuum OQ pack Ib can 1 Q pound Soap Bdb Soap Bdb 01 White io ban LIC 5c Camay Soap bar Corn G B 2 cans Monarch Breakfast Cot f ee Ib MoTuLrcb package Soap P Si G 10 bars Sugar Beet 10 Ib bag Oxydol large package Sugar Cane 10 Ib bag 25c 19c 25c 21c I PACKING HOUSE MARKET 122 South Federal Phone 101 Specials for Saturday BETTER MEATS LOWER PRICES SPARE RIBS So PURE LARD 4 Ibs BEEF BOIL SUGAR CURED BACON lie SMOKED HAMS Boneless BUTTER First Grade 21C BEEF POT ROAST LEAN PORK ROAST Round Swiss Steak lOc FreshHAMS Tender Short Cuts STEAKS 8c Strictly Fresh Hamburg Choice Cuts VEAL ROAST Se   

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