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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE OCTOBER 30 1933 i i I U I HUTGHINSONS IN FIRST PLACE AS OLDEST COUPLES Prizes in Corn Festival Con tests Announced by Committees The Hutchinsons monopolized the field among the winners of the old est married couple and the longest couple contests in the corn festival according to the announcement of prizes by the committees Monday Mr and Mrs E M Hutchinson Nora Springs received 55 for being the longest married couple and for being the oldest married couple that attended the festival Mr Hut chinson was 93 years old and Mrs Hutchinson 89 years of age They were married Deo 31 1866 Mr and Mrs T A Hutchinson R P D No 2 Rockford received the second prize of 2 in each of these two divisions Mr Hutchinson was 80 years and Mrs Hutchtnson 72 They were married Sept 30 1875 Got Prize Mr and Mrs Virgil Fingalsen Nora Springs with the date Oct 21 1933 got the S3 first prize for be ing the most recently married couple at the celebration withMr and Mrs Martin J Albers Swale dale married Sept 1 1933 getting the second prize of 52 The first prize for the young est married couple went to Mr and Mrs Earl Jenkins R F D No 2 Mason City He was 20 years and 4 months and she 17 years and E months Close second were Mr and Mrs Virgil Fingalsen the most re cently married couple who got Mr FingaJson was 20 years and S Mr Fingalsen was 20 years and 9 months Mr and Mrs C E Hcbel Ken sett received 514 for having the largest family at the celebration Saturday Besides the parents there were 12 children present Veronica 18 Elizabeth 17 Ade laide 15 Hortense 13 Gerald 12 Bernard 10 Emil 7 Mary 4 Cut Rate Grocery SAVES YOU MONEY FRIGES BELOW GOOD FOB TUESDAY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY PHONE Free Delivery of 50 c Order or Store Our Prices Are Never High CANE SUGAR 10 Ibs With Order 45c Deckers Sliced Bacon Ib loc Wieners Jli lOo Canadian Stylo Bacon Ib 19c Puro Crisco Jl 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Lima Beans can lOe String Beans can1 Oo Fresh Cocoanut best Ih 25c Good Brooms 29c 30c 49c Good Potatoes peck 25c Llbbys Milk 4 largo cans 25c 25c Cookies special Ib ISc Pineapple qt cans 2 for 35c 18c MINCEMEAT I Q fresh shipment Ib Grnham Crackers 2 Ibs 25c Vanilla Flavor 8oz bottle lOe Sweet Pickles pints15o White Flour 5lb sock 19o Good Squash 4 for lOe Fancy Ginger Snaps 2 Ibs 25c Gelatine all flavors pkg EC JOc Baking Soda 3 pkgs 25c lOe Sal Soda 3 pkgs25c 15o Hilex 2 bottles25c IQe Palmollvo Beads pkg 5c Gut Rate Grocery 30 East Stute Street C E BUSH Prop ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED BOOKS REVEAL STUDIES OF WAR Authors Cry Out Against Horrors of Conflict in New Volumes To many of us the World War Is almost as remate as the Civil war and the question of war is mainly concerned with whether or not col lege students should be required to take military drill In the face of the fact that the next war will be fought mainly with gas the prob lem of military drill seems a small side of the many faceted problem How serious the problem is and what an indictment of civilization it is that the world is steadily ad vancing toward a conflict is brought out in Vera Brlttains new book The Testament of Youth an auto biographical study or the years 1900 to 1925 Miss Brittain is a member of the generation which was just finishing its school days in 1914 Her book was written to rescue something that might be of value some element of truth and hope and youthfulness from the smashing up of my own youth by the war Miss Brlttatn points out that her book has not the mature proprieties of emotion remembered in tranquility but at least is to challenge that too easy too com fortable relapse into forgetfulness which Is responsible for historys moat grievous repltitlons About Her Childhood Miss Brittain tells the story of her childhood in Staffordshire her education at St Monicas and at Oxford university which was so rudely interrupted by the war She served as a V A D in London Prance and Malta and during the war lost her brother and her fiance All the horror and suffer ing which she underwent are told with passionate clarity The genu ineness of her book is its outstand ing merit Its tendency is to de press the reader rather than to fire him with any enthusiasm to im prove our modern situation Storm Jameson a contemporary at Miss Brittalns in her recent publication No Time Like the Present deals more briefly with much the same experience as Miss Brittains Of her generation she says It will be easy to make fun of me or to pretend that I have tried to make us out wonderful or remarkable We were neither but something happened to us that makes us different and gives to US who are left the right to hold our selves stiff Less difficult and depressing Miss Jamesons book which also in dicts society for its lassitude is easier to read and stirs the reader more She spares no one in her out cry against civilization and is par ticularly bitter against the church women and writers Of writers she says Novelists should be setting the scene for the next act but are too forward front applauding each other or keeping sharp eyes on the box office to know what is prepar ing in the wings Two Things Incredible Two things are incredible Miss Jameson writes a gen eration which has known war should submit to preparations for another and that if and when it comes our spiritual leaders will fail us again as badly as they failed us in 1914 Of her sex she com plains Why do women not know that in any war the enemy is not on the other side the enemy Is the war itself In connection with Miss Brit tains book a new novel by Wini fred Holtby Mandoa Mandoa is interesting because it is dedicated to her and because Miss Holtby is mentioned so conspicuously in Testament of Youth Mandoa a comedy of irrelevance is the story of the com ing of modern civilization to Lola gola in Mandoa a Catholic colony In Abyssinia It is sprightly and ironic reading and has a messago much like the books of Miss Brit tain and Miss Jameson in a lighter vein What had Europe and Amer ica to offer these alien people People said that the fabric of civ ilization was crumbling even in tha oldest countries The flood of bar barism might pour back across the world as it did in the dark ages is the authors conclusion F L Kelly Drives Into Parked Auto Glasses Are Broken P L Kelly 1412 Pennsylvania avenue southeast drove his car into a parked car belonging to J L Hagadus 315 Carolina avenue southeast about oclock Satur day night as he attempted to make a left turn at the intersection oE Fourteenths street and South Fed eral avenue The front fenders and bumper of each car were damaged Mr Kellys glasses were broken in the crash Any cause has about hit bottom when it has to drag in state rights to support Rapids Ga GBEENE Oct back to 1855 when the Church of the Brethren denomination was founded in Coldwater township the church has since been an important part o the community life in this section The sixtieth anniversary of the church shown above through the courtesy of the Iowa Recorder was celebrated with special ser vices Many visitors attended The Rev J F Burton former pastor gave the anniversary sermon Tho Rev C E Schrock is the pastor Christer 3 Blanch 2 and Dona ilay 3 weeks Their award was on he basis of 51 each Was Second Largest The second largest family consist ed of Mr and Mrs John Furness Hanlontown R P D No 2 who brought 10 children to the festival and got prize money on the basis of 50 cents each Mr and Mrs Fur ness have 16 children 5 daughters and 11 sons all living but 6 of them were not with the family Saturday The following registered Sigrld 30 Esther 19 AMn 17 Melvin 16 iigvald 15 Evelyn 13 Carl 10 Dorothy 7 and Helen 5 Another family from Nobles county Minn won the prize for coming the longest distance Satur lay This was John Buss who came 105 miles The second prize of went to ohn Furness Hanlontown who ame 24 miles while Martin J Al ers R F D No 1 Swaledale who ame 23 miles got the third prize f 51 The winners of the largest ear of orn competition will be announced tomorrows edition of the Globe Gazette TO SHOW BEEF IN MINNEAPOLIS Decker Branch Will Begin Display of New Mason City Product The Jacob E Decker and Sons iompany will start the showing of ts new beef products in the Minne apolis branch of the concern Wed nesday In preparation for this event the efrigeratlon plant in the branch of ice has been renovated and the ire office redecorated Invitations iave been extended to the trade to isit the office not only to see the ieef but also the many pork pred icts produced by the Mason City ompany It is planned also to erve lunch The event will be attended by Jay Decker president George Harrer ecretary and J A Hoffman man ager of the beef department of the Decker plant Correct this sentence My health s bad said the man and not one of my f fiends has told me the cause or TelegraphHer ald This Extraordinary Offer Expires Saturday Nov 4 We will rebuild your plate from new impression using all new material except Now S5 Our Usual Charge Is You will be delighted with the improved condition of your mouth This operation requires but about three hours Craven nates are eold only In CRAVENS EXCLUSIVE Plate Shoppes Artificial Teeth IT you desire Information nboDt will bo answered by return mall 18 1st St S E Mason City 620 Grand Avc 408 Locust St Des Mouies 413 Nebraska St Slonx City ACI Ground Float LautJnaa No do nol needno appointment FIREMEN HAVE BUSY WEEKEND Find Calls of Minor Order Upon Arrival of Force at Sites The fire department had a busy weekend with minor blazes but in four runs no damage was reported and in one case the fire was out when the department arrived The first call was to 1130 Maple drive Saturday afternoon about oclock when a gasoline leak in the vacuum tank of Wayne Burgess car took fire The fire was out when the department arrived A cigaret dropped in eaves which i ad blown in an area way for base ment windows at the home of C Oscar McEldoon 403 First street muthwest Sunday afternoon about oclock started a small blaze he fire department was called to extinguish the blaze No damage vas reported Rubbish piled on ashes at the rear of 25 West State street caught fire ibout 9 oclock Sunday evening The lepartment was called to extin guish the fire No damage was re ported Sawdust from a sanding machine together with old paint rags which had been placed in a metal con tainer caught fire from spontane ous combustion about oclock Sunday evening at the rear of 118 South Federal avenue The fire de partment was called No damaged was reported HOPKINS VIEWS WORKS PROGRAM Says Government Efforts Showing Results in Iowa Cerro Gordo county has 2 out of he 24 projects for which contracts iave been awarded in Iowa under he public works program accord ng to P P Hopkins formerly of Mason City and now public works engineer for Iowa These 24 projects have an esti mated cost of 51367985 Mr Hop king stated The two Cerro Gordo county projects are the county main tenance plant which will cost and a bridge over the Winnebago river in Lincoln township sched uled to cost 58090 Contracts Let Meanwhile the state highway commission has let contracts to taling under the federal appropriation for highways in Iowa The exact status of the public works program in Iowa follows Applications received to date 142 at a total estimated cost of 11470000 Applications examined and for warded to Washington D C for approval 100 at an estimated cost of 57681000 Applications approved by Wash ington 64 at an estimated cost of 53330000 Contracts awarded on 24 proj ects at an estimated costof SI 967985 On Nine Projects During the last week applications have been received on nine projects having a total estimated coat of 1703681 Approval by Washington of 12 projects at a total estimated cost of approximately was re ceived during the last week Several of the projects on which contracts have been let have a much larger estimated cost than the amount of the original contracts Other contracts will be let later ac cording to Mr Hopkins Convicts Who Risked Lives in Experiment Extended Clemency JACKSON Miss Oct 30 Ten Mississippi short term convicts who a month ago volunteered to undergo tests to determine whethei mosqultos are carriers of encepha litis dread sleeping sickness dis ease today were rewarded by Gov Sennett Conner who extended ex ecutlve clemency to the entire group E Sing Away the Hard Times Blues Qet a Copy of Everybodys Song It now being offered to its readers by GLOBEGAZETTE A Collection of 205 of Americas Favorite Songs Complete with Words and Music THe latest suggestion about overcoming the depression is that we sing away the hard times blues Some one wrote to Frederic J Haskin and asked him for a list of the favorite songs of the people The director of our Washington Information Bureau responded by is suing a booklet containing the words and music of 205 songs that everybody likes to sing The idea of a troubled people lifting their spirits by song is not new Probably the most famous historical painting which illustrates American annals is the Spirit of 76 a picture of music In every struggle which this or any other nation has endured victory has alwAys been borne upon the wings of song President Roosevelt has said that the American people must gird themselves to do battle against the forces of economic depression in the same spirit that they have always prepared to face a more tangible foe If they are to vanquish this new enemy they must again go into battle singing Some one has saldt Let me write the songs of nation and I care not who makes its laws Everbodys Song Book is 6x9 inches in size Has J44 pagijs and an attractive durable paper cover printed in colors It will be mailed to any address for 20 cents It compares favorably with many similar works which have sold for Other Offers Maps and Booklets Check Your Selections EVERYBODYS SONG BOOK20c MAP OF THEUWTED 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