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March 17, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 17 1930 ELEVEN TWO SENTENCED BY JUDGE CLARK They Plead Guilty on County Attorney's Informations inDistrict Court. Two persons, held to the grand jury by Police Judge M. E. Laird Monday morning: on liquor charges pleaded guilty to county attorney's Informations before Judge Joseph J Clark Monday afternoon. Mrs. Tessie Kowny pleaded guiltj to being a bootlegger and was sen .tenced to the woman's reformatory at Rockwell City for a term not to ) exceed four months. She had been in district court before for liquor · violations, it was pointed out as ex- · planation for the severity of her "sentence. C. W. Bariow was ap pointed to defend her in the case Mrs. Kowny, who lives at 1645 Washington avenue northwest, was arrested in a raid by police anc sheriff deputies. Louis Tanner, 17 Connecticut ave. ' nue avenue southwest, who was picked up in a raid by police was found in possession of four quar jars of alcohol. Tanner, who was represented by Kenneth Neu, was fined ,?300. Non-payment of the fine will mean a jail sentence not to' exceed 60 days. County Atty. Frederick B. Shaffer handled the cases for the state. MUST PAY STATE TAX ON GASOLINE Iowa High Court Rules on ; Municipalities Which Import Fuel. DES MOINES, UB--The Iowa supreme court Tuesday held that municipalities which import gasoline into the state must pay the Iowa gasoline tax. The court's .decision which upheld . a Polk county district court ruling-, · said the tax applied to "every gal'.' Ion or fraction of a gallon imported into the state and the law exempts no one except the United States " government." The city of Des Moines had ap- · pealed the lower court decision which enjoined it from makin c 'further importations without tak- · ing 1 out a distributors' license and -paying the tax. State TreasurcjJ " Leo Wegman said the ruling win ". not affect most Iowa cities since they buy their gasoline locally and ' pay the tax at the time of purchase. "Townsend Plan Would 1ffiMen'to WcSk, Says ; C. M. Sutton, Organizer · C. M. Sutton, fourth district or- .ganizer, addressed a meeting of Townsend club No. 1 at the P. G. and E. auditorium Monday evening, reiterating the claim of the revolving pension supporters that the plan will put money into the channels of trade, start factories to humming and put the 12 million unemployed to work. A Hamilton college of commerce group sang songs with Mrs. Agnes Bennett as accompanist. Miss Esther Storer sang a group of Irish songs, accompanied by Mrs. Bennett. Tap dances were given by Arlene Wood, accompanied by 'Mary Ziegler. Lunch was served to 300 follow- · ing the meeting, with Mrs. C. H. Stoltenberg in charge. Announcement was made that Melvin Kollman, Rockford, will speak at the next Monday night meeting. Townsend club will be organized at North-wood Friday and at Rockford on March 24. Mr. Kollman was scheduled to address a Clear Lake "meeting Tuesday night. Bl at Waterloo. LAKE MILLS -- Relatives here received word of the serious illness of Mrs. A. L. Aasgaard of Waterloo. Mrs. Aasgaard has been living with her daughter at Waterloo the past two years. She has been, in poor health several years. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. To Remlcy J. Glass snd to whom It may wncern: ' You are hereby noli fled that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed, and issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court o£ the S f a f c of Iowa. within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a judgment rendered in said Court in favor of The Independent Order of Foresters and against Remley J. Glass, for the sum of Ninety-six hundred seventy-eight and 09100 Dollars, debt, and Fourteen and 25100 Dollars, costs, and One hundred thirty- six and 76-100 Dollars, attorney's Tec, I have levied upon the following described real estate to-wit: All that portion of tin; MUithrasl f|«ar- ter »f (lie smitlienst ijtmricr or sort ion ulni'tom. tmfnship nhirty-scvrit. rancP twrnty. lyins n »l being sotjfli of tlic hlftli- · \vay known as Road Number Six across said forty and tontInvest of the risht of way of (he ChJcasro and '«rth«-psfrrn Railroad: the northwest quarter of the Sonthwcst quarter of srction twenty, township nlnets'-seven, ranee twenty and all of the southwest (inartcr of the southwest quarter of section twenty, township ninety-seven, rnngp twenty, save and except the rlRlit of way of the Chicaco arid A'orthnesfern .Railroad; and thjit portion of thr southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section twenty, township ninety- seven, range twenty lylnp and Iwlnp pnsl of thp east line of thr right of w n y -if the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad. and extending easterly to the low water line of the southwesterly bank of Lima Creek, containing about fiVi acres of Innfl. ft[( In Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, and that on the nth day of April, 1936, at 2 o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court House in Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. 1 will proceed to sell the same in satisfaction of sa-d execution, to- Kcther with nil lefial costs accruing. Dated at i h c Sin-riff's r . r r i r c m M.ivn City. Iowa, thip M t h ( i:iy of M a n - h . JWSfi J. M. KOBKKTrfON' Sllt-rllf of Cfrro t;nnlu County. I'.v.a. EV--E^ip t!nin.«oy. Pcpyly Sheriff. R. r. Clough, Attorney. Minimum Rate for Pick Up, Delivery Service Is Lowered A reduction in the minimum rate for a pick up anil delivery service will be effective April 6, according to word received here by Paul D. Gustafson, local freight agent for the Chicago and North Western railroad. The pick up and delivery service established here by the company Jan. 20 required a minimum rate of 30 cents a 100 pounds before the company absorbed the drayage charges. According- to the new ruling the minimum rate will be 20 cents a 100 pounds before the drayage charge is absorbed. Up to this rate a charge of cents a 100 pounds will be charged for drayage. SUPERVISORS LET GAS CONTRACTS Splits Business Among Three Companies; Rejects All Oil Bids. The Cerro Gordo county board of supervisors split their gasoline contracts among' three companies at a letting held at ths courthouse Monday afternoon. All oil .bids were rejected. The Standard Oil company, whose bid was 1.5 cents a gallon below tank wagon price, will supply gasoline for the first district; the Hofer Oil company, Clear Lake, with a bid of 2.2 cents a gallon wf- der tank wagon price, the second district in the west part of the county, and the Farmers Co-Operative Gas and Oil company, bidding- 2.32 cents below tank wagon price, supplying fuel for the third district in the south part of the county. Here and There Moving From Mason City. ROCKWELL--C. J. Bchr is preparing to move from Mason City to the Conrin 80 west of Rockwell, and will engage in farming with his brother, Leroy Behr. Jerome W. Doyle has moved with his family from Mason City to the Bertha Moorehead tenant house in the south part of town. Visit in DCS Moines. RTJDD--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nienstedt went to Des Moines Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Jennie Van Auken for several weeks. Opens Beauty Shop. LUVERNE--Mrs. Pearle C. Conaway of Cantril opened a beauty shop in one of the rooms over the IJchty hardware store and began work Saturday. Mrs. Conaway has rented the Charles Bernke borne la the south part of Luverne. Sfi'e has four children. Will Dedicate Hymnals. RUDD--The new M. E. hymnals are here. A dedicatory service will be held Sunday, March 22 at 11 o'clock. A dinner will be served in basement of the M. E. church Thursday, March 6 by Mrs. Ray Helmer's and Mrs. Wesley Krause's division of the Ladies Aid. Teacher Resigns Post. CRYSTAL LAKE -- Kay Fox, mathematics teacher in the Crystal Lake high school, resigned to accept a position with the Intema- ional Harvester company and started work Monday at Mason City. So far the vacancy has not been 'illed, but Harold Haion was hired ;o take the place until the board can hire a permanent teacher. ' Sister Dies in Minnesota. HANLONTOWN -- Mrs. H. E. 3runsvold left Monday for Thief River Falls, Minn., having been called there by the death of a sis- :er, 85, who died at Duluth, Minn. The funeral is to be held Wednesday at Holt, Minn. Will Meet Thursday. HANLONTOWN--The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will hold the next meeting Thursday. Mrs. M. O. Hall, s. O. Halsne and Mrs. Bert Myhre are co-hostesses. . . Given Surprise on Anniversary. OTRANTO--A group of friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. C. Goplerud Sunday evening in honor of their wedding anniversary. Shakespearean Club Meets. 0 S A G E -- The Shakespearean club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Maurice Champion. Roll call vill be responded to with current events; Mrs. Joseph Larson will read a paper on "Trend in Educa- ion;" Miss Ruth Smith will read a paper on "Tercentenary in Educa- 'ion;" Mrs. Laura Ballinger will five a book review of "A Guide to Civilized Leisure." Returns From Muscatine. S E X T O N --Joe Balk returned rom Muscatine, where he had been :everal weeks for treatment in the ianitarium. Mr. Balk spent several veeks there last summer for treatment of a growth on his neck. Visitor From Minneapolis. PLYMOUTH--Miss Emma Claus Minnesota, a former Plymouth resident, is here visiting relatives and old time friends. Returns to Elmore. THOMPSON--Mrs. Helen Keister if Elmore, Minn., who has been lere for the past two weeks, visit- ng her son and family, Mr. and VIrs. Malcolm Keister, and helping hem get settled into their home urchased some time ago, returned o her home Saturday. Plans Closing Out Sale. HANLONTOWN -- John Lillebo vill hoid a closing; out sale Saturday n the well known George Olson arm northeast of town. The family ill move to the M. T. Rye tenant! ouse next week, which he has i ?asccl for an indefinite time. j Submits lo O|pi'f:ilion. GIIAKTOX Richard Kuohn. son j of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kuchn. Ji.. had his tonsils removed Monday. | Suffers Broken Lt-g. HAMPTON--C. H. Scantlebury paien a het ir Lb-a xz'/i 4 y s % suffered a broken leg Saturday when the ladder on which he was standing at his office slipped. He is a patient at the Lutheran hospital. Tells of West Coast. CORWITH--Mrs. Leo Thompson and Mrs. Arthur Livingston were hostesses to the D. Y. T. club at a regular meeting held Friday at the American Legion hall. The Scrip- ture lesson was read by Mrs. Roy Jacobs and Mrs. J. A. Chambers gave a description of a trip to the west coast taken by her son, Wayne, last summer. Mrs. Chambers and Mrs. Jacobs are leaving for their new homes near Klemme. Meets at Brlnjjolf Home. GRAFTON -- The Kicuwatinta Campfire girls held a regular weekly meeting at the home of Virginia Bringolf. The evening was spent in making account books. Leaves Tor liidiunu. CORWITH--Roy Shank left Saturday for Valparaiso, Ind., where he has accepted a position with the Indiana Steel Magneto factory. Mrs. Shank and baby will join him there later. At D«s Moines Convention. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Jensen of the Briardaie store motored to DCS Moines Sunday whero they will attend a grocers' convention. ,tORY SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT IN YOUR DAILY DIET c Rolled Shoulder Lamb Chops Miss Ann Kingsley director of GLOBE-GAZETTE shows you how to plan and p r e p a r e delicious meals on a limited b u d g e t . Science has definitely proved that meat should play an important role in the diet of every member of your family... For meat is unexcelled as energy and vitality food . .. Everyone, from growing children to aged grandparents, needs the high quality protein, such as is furnished by meat. No other single food contains all the blood-building, body-building, bone-building qualities of meat No other single food is such a splendid source of energy-producing, vitality-producing qualities as meat... And, this is quite important, too--No other food lends itself so well to the almost infinite variety of delicious, palatable dishes as meat . . . At the "Foods On Parade Cooking School," you'll learn many of the secrets of the selection, preparation and serving of meat dishes ... You'll be shown how to select the lesser- known cuts of meal' . . , How to bring out the utmost of their flavor and goodness .., How to add enjoyment and variety to your daily menu, regardless of the size of your budget... Be sure to attend this school, then visit any one of the retail meat dealers listed below. These retailers are featuring the various cuts of meat which are being demonstrated at the school. Visit the one nearest you today. You'll find that this visit will be the first step towards adding a delightful variety to your menu and a satisfying saving to your budget. « VISIT ONE OF THESE RETAILERS FOR COOKING SCHOOL MEAT CUTS You can secure meat cuts demonstrated at the Foods on Parade Cooking School from the retailers listed below. CARL GRUPP , SNYDERS RSTE-WAY BARRETT BROS. GROCERY MEATS QUALITY KITE-WAY FOOD SHOP FOOD STOKE--Grocery * Meats Phone 43-14 20 Second St. X. E, Phone 420 1333 North Federal Phone 1800 ' 616 South Federal A. W. KITTO TITTLE BROS. PACKING CO. Phone 693 105 South Federal FEDERAL PACKING COMPANY . (IheQuaIit ., 213 North Federal Ave. Phone 74S GROCERY JtEATS Phone 754 402 Seventh St. S. E. FELT SON w s LAWRENCE THOMPSON-DEAN CO. "' "" 409 North Federal YV . J. 6.** W I\CPl^S I'hon, 217 121 North Federal w s LAWRENCE ^ G R O C E R ? TMT Phone 2137 402 Twelfth St. X. W. Fhone 943 MEATS TH RAVES FOOD MARKET 1007 Fourth St. S. W. Phone S68-G69 MARSDENS I. G. A. GROCERY MEATS 401 North Federal Phnnc 2414 1453 North Federal The New Cook Book, "OUR FAVORITE MEAT RECIPES Housewives who did not attend the Foods on Parade Cooking School on the opening- day and rroeivr a copy of the new cook book. "Our Favorite Moat Recipes," may still ?'*' a copy FKKE from any of I h r dealers listed abo\c. Don't fail to ^ct your copy. It's just otf the press and contains M-orrs of IM-W recipes and much \ alnntttr informal inn on motlrrn meat cooUcrv,

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