Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1933 · Page 13
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1933
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DECEMBER 28 Bi 1933 324 4-H BOYS IN SHORT COURSE C r o p s , Livestock Judging Contests Held; Godfrey Will Speak. AMES, Dec. 2S.-- More than 352 4-H boys and 30 leaders from about 35 counties had registered, late yesterday for the annual boys' short course sponsored by the extension ·service of Iowa State college .. Delegations were still arriving and the attendance by today when livestock and crops judging contests started was expected to pass Use 400 mark, according to club - leaders. - Will Make Awards. ' The junior corn show was beinf arranged Wednesday afternoon ·with 30 30 ear exhibits from 10 cour.ties on hand. Several counties intending to enter corn in the show Jmd not yet arrived. Awards will ·oe made for the best individual samples and for the best five 10 ear samples from an}' one county. This event has previously been held in connection with the state corn and small grain show during farm and home week. Boys Wednesday . afternoon re- cc-ived instruction in judging live- stock and crops. In the evening they attended an athletic carnival in State gymnasium. Enter Judging Contests. This morning practically all boys entered the crops and livestock judging contests. The three high scoring boys from each county constitute the judging team. The annual 4-H banquet will be held this evening with the Rev. J. N. Nightingale, Valley Junction, as the main speaker. Friday morning H. H. Kildee, dean of agriculture, will talk on "The Place of the 4-H Club Boy in the Development of a National Land Use Policy." George Godfrey, assistant to the president, will talk Friday afternoon following the an- n uncement of the winners of the judging contests. CWA Workers Are Busy on Hansell School Interior HANSELL, Dec. 28. -- Interior work is being done to the Hansell Consolidated school building during vacation week. The work is being done by CWA men. Mrs. Triplet! President. FREDERIC1CSBURG, Dec. 28 The local Parent-Teacher association elected: President, Mrs. May Triplett; vice president, Mrs. L.yle Ellison; secretary, Arnold Otto; treasurer, Otto Koerth. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SCHOOL FOR CWA WORKERS ENDS Rural Housing Survey for 10 Selected Counties Will Start. AifES, Dec. 2S.--A. school of instruction for home economics trained CWA workers who are to supervise the rural housing' survey in Iowa, closed last night at Iowa State college. Dr. Margaret Reid, who is in charge of the work in Iowa, announced definitely the counties to he studied. They are: Scott, Sioux, Webster, Mitchell, Fayette, Benton, Story, Madison, Shelby and Davis. The supervisors are to proceed directly to the counties in which they have charge, hiring field workers and clerks, training them and supervising the survey. The workers are to be selected from home economies trained women whose names are on the CWA list of unemployed in some county. R. K. Bliss, director of agricultural extension at Iowa State, spoke to the combined group of supervisors and extension workers, explaining the need for co-operation between the CWA workers and extension people. A NEWSSERVICE forthe. N EW YEAR RITE WAY FOODSTORES MASON CITY DIVISION Special Values Effective Friday, December 29 to Thursday, January 4 Perhap* you've heard Marian AtacDonald of the Rile-V/ay w« t iA' teh * n ' dur ' n9 'J 10 R ' te W °y program from WOC- WHO, at 9:00 ». m . f r o r n Tuesday to Friday each week. Many women Follow her menu luggestions and recipes daily Well, from now on, you can get Mrs. MacDonald'j recipes at your Rite-Way Store, printed on handy filing cards. Every week, we are going to have a new Marian MacDonald recipe for you. These are going lobe her favorite recipes..positively the best of her large collection. They will be novel, psrfectly practical, and thrngs that everyone will like. We said this is a new service. It isn't exactly new.. it's been tried out for a few weeks . . just long enough to convince us that hundreds of women are delighted to get the recipes. Be sure to get yours . . there's a new one every week. KIDNEY BEANS J ££fg5J HOMINY SS« . . . . LIMA BEANS . . . SJ 2 « 17c No. 2 · Cans Large No. 2V$ Can Jack Sprat--California Baby FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY CORN Country Gentleman Jack Sprat No. 303 cans for TOMATO SOUP *»* 8c 2 °.«i5c Jack Sprat--Heat and Serve. Kb. I Can PREPARED SPAGHETTI 9c Jack Sprat--Pacllcti With cliccso No. 300 Can GRAPE FRUIT £·,,; 2 «« 25c Jack Syrat-- Only the lloarts PINEAPPLE MSSU TM c -.* !i 19c TOMATOES ?SZ . 2 - 25c Mayflower--[land Packed PEANUT BUTTER . *£· 25c Jack Sprat--No Excess OJ1 Jack sprat 3^ oz. -J r^ Selected Queens · * * Jar JLtJls MUSTARD ^Xi. · .''"9C -Cj.A. JL Jtvj-Vv,/ JL Lemon ur Vanilla * Bottle Xi/C BROWN SUGAR . 3 .*. 17c SODA CRACKERS . lit. 23c F refill and Cri^p PANCAKE FLOUR . *££· 19c Jack Sprat Self Rising R GROCER FLOUR "^ $1.93 Unconditionally cunrantccd 24'.4 II). Ot (\{\ Sack tpi.uU Macaroni . jMk Spaghetti ' Sprat Egg Noodles! c " olcc Cocoa lw S?r r . . 1 " r ; k ;,. Ib - 21c Beverages . . . £,?,;, 15 C Jack Spnu. Ginger Ale. Urae ntckey, Boot Beer ( HOCOr.ATK Peanut Clusters . . lTZ£.10c Big- 4 Soap Flakes 5 S"B«J GOOD CHEEK COFFEE R GROCER COFFEE CHOC. CREAM COFFEE poumj 31 c packed in vacuum tins pound bag pound bag FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY Jack Sprat-Packed in Tomato Juice No. 300 j^ C cans Jack Sprat Golden FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY c 5 Ib. ·can 10 Ib. can 45 SALT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY Jack Sprat-Plain or Iodized · · 2 Ib. Hear the JacKSprat Melody Men Sing AVORITE SONGS 5 RITEWAY A RADIO SERIES SPONSORED {WRITE-WAYFOOD STORES FOOD STORES . HclnJnt SncjgestionN anil ncclr.«. by Mrs. Marian MacDonald ot ·*hc IlKe-Wny Test Kitchen THIRTEEN NEW SWISS PRESIDENT Marcel Pilet-Golaz, above, has been elected president of the Swiss Confederation {or 1034 after serving five years on the federal council. KENDRICK RITES HELD IN DECORAH Grocer Was in Business in North Iowa Towns for Many Years. DECORAH, Dec. 28.--Funeral services were held this afternoon for F, S. Kendrick, 61, who died suddenly Tuescla3' evening at his home on Grove street. Death was caused by heart disease. The services were held at the Congregational church with Dr. J. P. Burling officiating. Burial was made in Phelps cemetery. Mr. Kendrick was born in Brookfield, Mass. He came to Winneshiek county in 1893, and for several years operated laundries at Decorah and at Fayette. Prior to 1893, he was employed in a laundry at Charles City. For the past 13 years he had been engaged in the grocery business, at the time of his death being the senior partner in the firm of Hill and Kendrick. Mr. Kendrick was a director of the cabinet of the Congregational church, and had been a mem- be of the board of education since 1931. His wife and two daughters survive, Esther, Minneapolis, and Frances at home. A brother, Burt, survives in Ware Center, Mass. TWIN BOYS ARE HALF BROTHERS Cobrt Recognizes Claim of Mother's Husband That One Is Not His. YANKTON, S. Dak., Dec. 28. (JP) --The twin sons of Mrs, Edwnld Pnddie today had the status of half brothers as result of a court's action in recognizing the claim of the woman's Imsband that he was the father of but one of them. Paddie, a farmer living near Freeman, was given the divorce by default yesterday when his wife failed to contest it. He charged her ,vith infidelity. The farmer told Judge K. B. Tripp, presiding, that he believed one of the twins was his son, but that the other, who he said bore no resemblance to himself, was the son of another man. Padch'e was awarded custody of the twin he claimed as his son and of another of the live children born to his wife during their 10 years of married life. The other three were given to their mother's care. Similar cases have rarely been known before, and a. statement by Prof. Noth Broman oC the University of Lund in Sweden, a noted student of genetics, that "from a scientific point o£ view it is possible for twins to have different fathers," was once made in a court case. A thesis on such a possibility was delivered in 1S24 by two French scientists, Dr. Menetrier and Mme. Bertrand Fontaine. Judge Tripp declined to comment on his decision. House at Iowa Falls Is Damaged by Flames IOWA FALLS, Dec. 28.--The roof and second floor of the F. D. Snook home in the north part of the city were badly damaged by flames early yesterday. Firemen were fighting the blaze when the temperature was reported at 24 blow zero. The Eire had evidently started around a chimney on the second floor. Two young sons of Mr. Snook were awakened by smoke and flames above them and escaped in their night clothes. When they sought to rescue some of their clothing, they found access to the second floor shut off the fire. J3E it the young or the old, ihe tanJalizincf ion? and the appealing ruby color makes the CRANBERRY COCKTAIL ihe perfect toast for all occasions. Easily and economically made: 4 cups Ectmor Cranberries 4 cups water, 2/3 cup sugar. Cook cranborrios and water until skins pop open (about 5 minutes) . . . strain through , cheesecloth , . . bring juice ta boil . . . add Bugar and boil 2 minutes. Serve fold. For iuluro use put in sterilized bottles. well corked and sealed. For largo quantity use 20 pounds cranberries, S gallons water, 8'/i pounds sugar. Other good recipes can be had at your fruit dealer or grocery store. Ask for the Eatmor Cranberry recipe cards. They are free. _ Cranberries liaises His Own lemons. GREENE, Dec. 2S.--E. G. Van Eman gave lemons from the tree in his place of business to several friends and relatives. There are blossoms and small lemons still on the tree. The tree is about 4 feet high and one lemon weighed 1 pound and 12 ounces. COLLEGE TO POLITICS Crystal Alumni Hold Banquet; Group Names Berniece Benson Head CRYSTAL LAKE, Dec. 2S.--The high school alumni banquet was icld Tuesday in the church basement. The president of the associa- .lon, Mildred Lonning, acted as .oastmistress. Toasts were given by Norton Nelson, John VonLaven, Tone Benson, Hurbert Hansen, Marie Christofferson, Burtis Juhl Dr. Charles A. Pluniley, above, retiring head ot Northfield university, lit Northfieln, Vt., has been named by Vermont republicans as their candidate in the special congressional election to fill the post left vacant by the appointment o£ Representative Ernest \V. Gibson to the senate. Dr. 1'lumlcy won the nomination over four rivals. Clarion Man Is Given Six Months Sentence on Charges of Theft CLARION, Dec. 28.--George Rosnick of Clarion, charged with theft, pleaded guilty before Judge Gar- .jield yesterday afternoon and was sentenced to serve six months in the county jail. Rosnick was arrested a month ago for stealing and sell- Ing linens belong'ng- to Mrs. Tony Kovacic now dead, with whom he made his home. ~ E MBARRASSED by your baking results? Change to Occident Flour and win compliments from your family and friends ... Better baking guaranteed on a money-back basis. "Costs More--Worth Itt". KROPMAN GROCERY 19 Ninth St. N. E. We Deliver HOME OWNED STORE OF QUALITY FOODS Specials for Friday and Saturday SUGAR, 10 Ibs 45c BUTTER, Ib ...._ 20c SOAP, large bar, 5 for _ lOc ROASTED TURKEY, a portion large enough for two and dressing 50c ROASTED CHICKEN and GOOSE, portion large enough for two with dressing 35c HOME BAKED BEANS, CAKES and PIES Phone your orders early Saturday, so we will know how much to prepare. BOILED DINNER, 3 cans _.29c CORN, 3 large cans _ 29c HOME MADE JAMS or JELLIES, glass 15c PORK and BEANS, 3 cans 20c STRING BEANS, green or yellow, 3 cans 29c JELL-0, assorted flavors, 6 for 29c FRESH COOKIES, 3 Jbs. 25c CATSUP, 2 bottles 17 C SQUASH, per Ib .' LIT. 2c Mr. Farmer: Bring us your eggs. We pay 20c in trade. NAVEL ORANGES, large size, dozen 33c NAVEL ORANGES, med. size, dozen .. 23c TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT, 6 for .. 25c CELERY, large white stalk, each .. . 13c CRANBERRIES, 2 Ibs. ... 25c LARD, Silver Leaf, 4 Ibs _ 2oc and Darlene Finer. Officers elected were president, Bernclce Benson; vice president, Morton Nelson; secretary and treasurer, Richard Jensen, Will Open Restaurant. DECORAH, Dec. 28.--A special meeting: of the city council was held last evening at the request of Ed Hoyden, who applied for a permit to sell beer and for a cigaret license. Mr. Hovden expects to open a restaurant in the building on Water street formerly occupied by the Earl H'nes restaurant. CHEESE TALKS When the Borden package says "Creiim Cheese" it's telling the truth. This delicious cheese In irmdo from jmvo country crenni that's so rich yon can whip It. KENYON'S DAIRY PRODUCTS WHOLESALE DISTIUBUTOUS OF Pay Few Cents More and Get Kenyans Fresh-Churned Butter Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets FRIDAY - SATURDAY WE DELIVER §1.03 ORDERS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT MEAT DEPARTMENT Decker's 1'ork IConst, Hi Iflc Docker's liecf Koast 111 !)c-. Decker's Beef Hibs, Boil or Uoiutt, Hi 5c Sterling Veal Uoasts, tit Kic Sterling Veal Stew, 111 To, Sterling Veal Steak, 111 12c Sterling Summer Sausage, Hi 1 fin Sterling Braunscluveiger, Hi I8c Sterliiiif Sliced Button, II 15n Sterling Mlnvcil Ham, tti ISo Chickens) Direct from Fanners KfTps Strictly Fresh, Direct from K»rulers FRUIT DEPARTMENT Oranges, good «lzi. 2 dozen 85c, Oranges, Inrge, dozen 35e Oranges, extru large, dozen 3!)r, lettuce, solid heads ai: Celery, larjje fanny stallts 1 Oc Florida Oranges for Juice. 2 unz. 2:)e Apples, funcy Homes or Wlncsups, 5 Ibs 23u Apples, fancy Baldwins, bushel !Jl.a5 Cranberries - Cauliflower - Uiulislies Gn«n Onions - Turnips - Peppers - Tomatoes Pabst Ginger Ale, Ige. bottle _ _. 15c Bulk Pancake Flour, 6 Ibs 25c Campbells Tomato Juice, Ige. can 5c Amaizo Syrup, dark, gal 39c Rice, bulk fancy, 5 Ibs 25c Peanut Butter, large jar 19c Monarch Peanut Butter, large jar 25c Value Milk, tall cans, 4 for 25c, Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs 25c JERSEY CREAM FLOUR, 49 pound bag $| .39 -a- Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib l!)c Folgcrs Coffee, Ib. can _.,._ 31c Folgers Coffee, 2 Ib. can 5J)c Chase Sanborn Coffee, Ib. can 25c Bliss Coffee, Ib. can _ 25c Crackers, 2 Ib. caddy 19c THE PRESS We should never censor the press ot this country. Tito public is entitled to both sides of u story whether It comes from this big boys, the politicians, the government or an individual. In time of war It might bo practical to censor the press but never In time of peace. If ynu advocate a law or some social reform If it can't stand public criticism then it must have faults ami would not bn ffood for Ihc public. With a censored press I am ufnild that the ones in power would abuse the privilege, whether they be democrats, republicans, Independents or socialists. Whatever the fight might be, let's keep It out in the open. STERLING COAL FEED CO. Just try 11 ton of the famous Sterling Coal unil laugh at the cold weather LUKE II. MIIXKIl JACK MuCOLE, Mjrr. Clear Lake Butter, Ib. 21c Banner Oats, Ige. pkgs., 2 for 25c ,, Sorghum, fancy, gal G9c ·-^ Monarch Gelatine, 5 pkgs _...25c Monarch Cake Flour, Ige. pkg 25c Castle Tea, pkg- 17c Cane, 100 Ibs $4.69 VAN CAMPS PORK ^ancl BEANS V cans HOME TAI.KNT l'I.,\V KltlDAV MOIIT I'OOIt M A R K I K I ) MAN--Wlicelorwood Church Bulk Corn Meal, 12 Ibs ............................... _25c Toilet Paper, 6 rolls .............. . .......................... 25c Brooms, not so good ................... ____ ................. 29c Pink Salmon, tall cans, 2 for ..._ ................ 25c Libby Red Salmon, tall can ..... _ ........ ,, ..... 19c Longhorn Cream Cheese, 2 Ibs ............. 25c Mil. I'-AmrKU: HIU.VG US YOUR KOCJS, CASK OK TKAOK,. USK PAKKINO I'l.ACF', RACK OF STORK.

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