Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 14, 1952 · Page 25
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 25

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 14, 1952
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Death Benefit Payments Rise in Past Decade NEW VORK-Io\sa families received $12,105,000 in life insurance death benefits in the first half of this year, compared with $10,956 000 111 the corresponding period of last year, it is reported by the Institute of Life '.Insurance. This year's payments are 90 per cent greater than those in : the corresponding period 10 years ago, when the six-month total was $(),3S2,OOd, e number of policies paid ofl T?PVR PTTT C A T Or\ rni i . Globe-Gazette photo by Schmidt 1'OK GIRLS ALSO--i he showing o£ quality baby beeves, a .feature, at the North Iowa Fair, is-not limited to boys -^H club members.. Mary Younge of Thornton paraded her Hereford steer around the ring in judging that was completed Thursday. The animal seemed a little tired of lt ,, a11 --and emitted a loud "moo," perhaps just to draw the attention of the judges. Floyd County PMA Officers Elected I CHARLES CITY -- Elmer S. ,' Guenlher, Route 1, Charles City, · was re-elected chairman of the Floyd County production and marketing administration county com- .mittee for the co'minig year. Guenther was re-elected by delegates to the county PMA convention held : here. Lushcu W. Ilimnn, Route 1, Rockford, was re-elected PMA vice, chairman and Bud E. Chestckj Route 4, Charles City, was rc- ' elected regular member of the county committee. James L. Stewart, Route 1, Charles City, was elected first alternate to replace Clarke R. Anderson, Floyd, and Truman R. Pribbenow, rural, Nora Springs, was elected second alternate to replace Paul F. Schrage, Rudd. D I E S OF I N J U R I E S MT. AYR OR--Donald Caldwcll, 30, of Ml. Ayr died in Ringgohl County Hospital early Thursday of injuries suffered Wednesday night when his cur overturned at an intersection on Highway 2 about 15 miles west 'of here. Ken Williams was the first major league player to hit. three home runs in one game. He performed the feat for the St. Louis Browns in 19Z2. LOOK FAMOUS WASHINGTON B A R f L E T T PEARS | AND ITALIAN PRUNES This is a year for real economy and eating pleasure when you can . . . freeze . . . and preserve these flavorful fruits from Washington State. Get your jars, caps/ sugar and other materials ready. Tell your grocer you'll want a supply of Washington Bartlett Pears and Italian Prunes for home canningl Sea complete canning and freezing instructions in each box or write Washington State Fruit Commission 126 South Second Ave., Yokima, Wash. 1 I I I UNITED FRUIT STORE 33 East State Free Delivery Phone 748 JUMBO CANTALOUPE each 25c SNO-BOY SEEDLESS CRAPES ,, 19c STANDBY -- BRISLING SARDINES In Olive O i l . . 2 cons 49c STANDBY -- NEW PACK 5 ,,,, $1.00 PURE lb. 49c CHOICE MINUTE STEAKS lb 79c NASH COFFEE 79c SURE-JELL 'pkgs. 25c HI-LEX POWDERED BLEACH Pkg. 33c CAMELS Carton $1.93 KOOL-AIO 25c VEL pkgt. because of death in the first six! months of 1952 'was 7,358, which compared with 6,406 in the first half of -19S1 and 4,723 in the first half of 1942. M««t* Family N««dt 'The rise in death benefit payments over the past decade directly reflects the greatly- Increased role of life insurance in meeting the family protection needs of the American people," Holgar J. Johnson, president of the Institute, said in announcing .the figures. "Death benefits paid In the. first half of this year throughout the country were 83 per cent greater than in the corresponding period of 1942 even though mortality among poHcyholders generally is very hear the record low, rate and materially below the 1942 rate',"". Ag- gregate · ownership of.Hfc insurance in this country has rlseu 110 per cent in the past 10 years. Many more people are now protected, and those who arc insured own, o« the average,'considerably more protection today," Of ,the aggregate payments in this state ( ?9,759,000 was under 4,150 ordinary policies; §1,722,000 was under 951 group life insurance policies; and $62-1,000 was under 2,257 industrial or- weekly premium policies. Gain in Nation For the nation as a whole, $921,804,000. was, paid as death claims under 778,272 policies in the first half of 1952,' compared with $877,319,000 under 705,289 policies in the corresponding period of last year and $502,723,000 under 5(57,235 poli- cies in the first six months of 1942. 01 this year's 'payments $606,124,000 was under 220,833 ordinary.pol- icies; $190,459,000 was untler 88,524 group policies; and $125,221,000 was under 462,915 industrial policies. Total payments to A m e r I c a n families b y ' t h e i r l i f e - i n s u r a n c e companies were ?2,106,301,000 in the first six mouths of this year, $860,692,000 more than similar payments in tho first h a l t of 1942. WESLEY -- Carol Hanson, student juirsc at Iowa City, is spending a month's vacation in the parental Theron Hanson home. Her brother Teddy had surgery performed recently on his right Knee at a Vt. Dodge hospital and will woar a cast' for several weeks. MUCH cHr 01oki-U»i«, J*. RAIZES SUPER SERVICE MARKET j RED-RIPE HOME GROWN TOMATOES +%f% 2Ibs. £*§ CALIF. FREESTONE Peaches **l. »1 73 EGGPLANT · ACORN AND BUTTERCUP SQUASH Calif. Fancy Wrapped. Mtn. Bartlett 15 X Calif, rancy Wrapf ! Pears Lb. Box '1 89 Santa Rosa PLUMS 13-lb. Crate $129 \ SPRED OLEO Ibs. \ Home Grown SWEET CORN Dozen 25' CAULIFLOWER · HOT PEPPERS · PICKLING ONIONS jqq50cogca ^ for BUDGET . BCVERAGf / All Flavors 23 LARGE FAMILY SIZE LARGE FAMILY SIZE j^ ^^ CHEERIOS ,; 39 C SWEET CLOVER MILK ALL POPULAR BRANDS COFFEE lb PINK SALMON . . Can R E D E E M 15c COUPON H E R E ! Pillsburys BEST FLOUR 1S SAVING ON 5 LB. SACK Oft LARGER Hazel-Atlas JARS 5 Pound Bag With Coupon 39 4 |\ Pound 1U Bag With Coupon Coupon on Page 2.1 of This Issue Wrigley's "~ GUM ? p f k rioc Pints, Dozen Quarts, Dozen 83c 9Jc Plui Bottle Deposit SUGAR 10 Lb. Bag BEET SUGAR FIHEST QUAtlTy CRANUUTEO 97 Lean, Tender · ^p ^^ Beef Roast ib. O3 BACON ENDS lb. DECKER'S VALUE BACON Lean, Meaty 0WTER BETTY CROCKER CHIFFON CAKE CONTEST CHffFOW CMf Recipes in package of Flavor Kist - 9 Varieties C O O K I E S A L E CHOICE OF THESE DELfCIOUS FLAVORS Oatmeal · Iced Oatmeal · Lemon Assorted Sandwich · Cocoanut Bar Butter · Lemon Cream · Pineapple Crush · Sugar 2 FREE SAMPLES lib. COUNTRY CLUB Griesedfeck BEER GIANT BREEZE With Face Towef AND ALL OTHER POPULAR BRANDS OF Cigarettes $1.93 Can Ctn. 89 DIVIL'S FOOD CAKE MIX · 1» Or. 3-STAR CAKI MIX j\-\\j ov i ORANGE JUICE 9 29c I .*. r*L -- -- _ - _*. - r i _ - _ n * _ ^^^ ^^V ^0, , RM7.V.K OFFER STORE-WIDE THONE ORDER SEHVICE riu« FREE Deliver; lo Any I'.rl of the CUjr, on Ordcn of »3 or More. · COMri.BTE SHOPPING CENTER U N D K R ONE ROOF · 'M.I, PRICES f!00t» THIS WEEK · ALT. nEf'ARTMEN'TS OPEN AT 8 EVERV .HOR.VI.VG RAIZES 21} SOUTH FEDERAL er ervice MARKET WE R.ESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT PHONE 264

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