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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 15, 1937
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V _ TM -1 ' P ;-\ if 1 ' 3 ·^ r ir: j j'1 1, 'FOUR HART, TRACTOR INVENTOR, DIES Body to Be Brought From" . Missoula to Charles City for Burial. CHARLES CITY, (/P) -- C. W. Hart, 68, founder with C, H. Parr of the Hart-Parr Tractor company 'of this city, died Sunday at Missoula, Mont. No longer connected with the tractor industry, Hart was owner of a large wheat ranch in Montana. . . Mr. Hart and Mr. Parr were the inventors of the gasoline and oil [burning tractor at Charles City in 1900. The Hart-Parr plant is now a division of .the Oliver Farm Equipment company. Mr. Hart was a native of Floyd county and Mr. Parr of Wisconsin where both attended the university. Mr. Parr still resides here. Funeral services for Mr. Hart will be held here. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 15 · 1937 Meat Authority 2 at Rockford Hurt While Cranking Cars HOCKFORD--Ethan Tabe, son of Mr; and Mrs. Walter Tabe, suffered a serious fracture of the right arm while cranking his car Saturday. Both bones in the arm were broken. Harold Hirsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Hirsch, also suffered a fracture of the right arm while cranking his car Saturday. "104 Sterling Heirs May Get $.16 Each ANAMOSA, (/P)--One; hundred and four heirs living in 15 different states may receive approximately'$16 each from the estate of Mrs. D. G. Sterling, pioneer of the Forest community. They are named as beneficiaries to the estate which has just been probated. One Pail of Water Enouffh. BICEVILLE--Fire at the Oliver Perry residence on West Main street Saturday did but slight damage. It was extinguished with but one pail o£ water after the removal of a few shingles. Here is Max O. Culien, merchandising specialist of the national livestock and meat board whose work in acquainting the public with new and authentic facts' about meat, takos him from.coast to coast. Mr. Culien is authority for the statement tbat more information has been revealed concerning the merchandising of meat, meat cookery and the food value of meat in the past 12 years thau in all previous history. Mr. Culien will present a meat leclurc- demonslration at the Hotel Hanford . Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Kidneys Must Clean Out Acids Your body cleans out Acids, and poisonous wastes in your blood thru 3 million, tiny, delicate Kidney tubes or /il- tcrsr but beware of cheap* drastic, irritating drugs.. If functional Kidney or Bladder disorders make vou suffer from Getting .Up Nights, Nervousness, Lee Pains, Backache, Circles Under Eipt,, ^Dizziness, Bhoumatic Pains, Acidlvj ^Burning, Smarting or itching, don't take r chances. Get the Doctor's guaranteed prescription called Cystvx $10 000 00 deposited with Bank* of America, Los'An- geles, Calif., guarantees Cystcx must bring new vitality in 48 hours and tiutku you feel years younger in one week or money back on return of emply package. Telephone your druggist for'guar- anteed Cystcx (S Ess-tax}- today. Diamond Bros. SPECIALS TUESDAY TABLE SALT 1 A Pound « »f _ 10 Bog ISC GRAHAM CRACKERS 2 Pound ·» n _ Box ..,,...... 19C Yellow Globe ONIONS S.Pounds ....... 25C New York Greenings APPLES Pounds ,.-. 25c Per Pound SPARE RIBS 15c PIGGLY WIGGLY QUALITY MEATS TENDER MINUTE STEAKS Pound 2Sc SMOKED HAM HOCKS Pound Decker's Sliced OLD ENGLISH BACON Pound 32C Tender CHUCK ROAST Pound ,. r 20C SLICED PERCH, HALIBUT, SALMON Pound 25c CULLENTOGIVE TALK ON MEET Specialist to Lecture and Demonstrate at Hanford Tuesday Evening. Max O. Culien,' merchandising specialist of the national livestock and meat board, will appear before the retail meat dealers o£ Mason. City at the Hotel Hanford ^Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Invitations to retail meat dealers have been sent out by Jacob E. Decker and Sons and local trades organizations. O. W. Wallrno, division sales manager of the Decker company, is in charge of arrangements and will be chairman of the meeting. Has Dual Hole. Performing irt the dual role of lecturei and meat cutter, IMax O, Culien of the national livestock and meat board, whose genius In the art of designing meat cuts has won for him national prominence, will acquaint the men of the trade with the latest authentic information on the subject of meat. He will be prepared to back up the statement that more worthwhile information has .been revealed about meat in the past 12. years than in all previous history. "The retail meat dealer has the big job of being the salesman of the livestock and meat industry," says Mr. Culien. The nation's 160,000 dealers sell the meat produced on more than six million farms, processed by 1,100 packing plants and consumed by 130 million persons. The importance of the' task is responsible for devoting the opening meeting to a thorough discussion of the subjects which are the very foundation of profitable food retailing. To Show Cats. One of the topics to be featured by the board's representative concerns the merchandising of the slower-moving cuts of beef, pork and'lamb. He will stress the .fact that the adoption of modern cutting methods has made it possible to stimulate the sale of the slow- movers. He will point out that such cuts as the beef plate, beef shank, ham butt, pork shoulder, lamb shoulder and ]amb -breast are just as nutritious as the cuts more in demand. One of the main subjects to be discussed by Mr. Cullon covers all phases of-the subject o£ meat pricing. Beef, pork, and lamb will be used in demonstrating the correct way to conduct cutting tests. Valuable literature published by the board will be available at the meeting, including beef, pork and lamb cutting manuals; a brand new book, "Pricing Retail Meat Cuts," and two new folders, "Meat Cookery Made Easy," and "Meat --The Center of The Menu." 2 Fined at Clarion on Traffic Charges CLARION--Floyd Case of Clarion, arrested by Patrolman C. B Benedict, was fined 55 and costs Saturday, in Justice Oldham's court, on charges of operating a motor truck on the highway at a speed in excess of 35 miles an hour. Case pleaded guilty. Frank Graham of Boone, arrested Saturday by Patrolman £B. Benedict, on enarges of operating a motor vehicle without a license; 'was sentenced to eight days in the county jail in Justice Glen Oldham's court The decision of the court was that Graham be fined $25 and costs with $15 suspended. 'Hurt.In Fall From Horse. BRISTOW--Irwin Sidmore fell while riding a horse Friday and broke his arm at the elbow joint. He was taken to the hospital, at Hampton, where X-ray pictures were taken and the arm set. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. William Sidmore.. · Carlson, Farmer at Wesley, Dies; Rites to Be Held Tuesday . WESLEY--Funeral services for Gus Carlson, prominent farmer northwest of Wesley · who died Saturday afternoon, will be held at the local Congregational church Tuesday afternoon at 1:45 o'clock with the Rev. Olaf Johnson in charge. Mr. Carlson was in pool- health for sometime. He leaves beside his wife and five children, three brothers, John and Herman of Wesley and the Rev. .Arvid Carlson of Kepsington, Minn. Dr. Frederick Schaub Passes at Age of 82 CINCINNATI, (/P--Dr. Frederick Sehaub, 82, former president of Ga'.ena, (111.) college and a widely known Methodist church leader, died at the Bethseda home for the aged. He served as instructor a? Charles .City Iowa) college and Morningside college at Sioux City. H E L P I N G T H E H - O M E M - A K'E.R By MRS. MARY MORTON Menu Hint Deviled Salmon in Sea'Shells Stewed Tomatoes Carrots and Peas Hot Rolls Junkets With Strawberries Coffee Mints Salmon isn't shell fish, but it tastes excellent when served in sea snells-as directed below. Junkets are so easy to make and delicious that they should be served for dessert frequently, especially if there are children. Today's Recipes. DEVILED SALMON IN SEA SHELLS--To fill six shells, take a pound of salmon,. two cups of neavy cream sauce, two teaspoons of prepared mustard, one tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce, a sprinkling of red pepper and two- :hirds cup of buttered crumbs. All :he ingredients except the crumbs ire combined arid filled into the shells which are topped with the crumbs and baked in a moderate oven for 20 minutes.. ?--i FACTS AND FANCIES. West Meets East in Kitchen. Rudyard Kipling certainly wasn't thinking of kitchens when he wrote: "East is East, and West is West, and ne'er the twain shall meet." Household-minded tourists who have the rave privilege of inspecting a kitchen of one of the quaint Chinese restaurants in San Francisco's colorful Oriental quarters are amazed at the modernity of the equipment. The Chinese who live in the world's largest Oriental district- outside, of course, of the Orient- are wide-awake when it comes to labor-saving cooking aids. Long ago restaurants of Chinatown plo- neernd in the use of mixing ma- ch'ines, electric drip .percolators, automatic toasters and other of science's gifts to American homemakers. Recently a public utilities expert reported that not only the restaurants snd tea room operators, but also the Chinese housewives, have shown a decided preference for electric stoves. Chinatown's kitchens rapidly have been modernized, 'Because of the new equipment, cooks had to'revise their traditional recipes for birds' nest soup, bamboo shoot salad and similar delicacies of the Orient. (Appetizers made from sharks' fins, devil fish and other Oriental delicacies are frowned upon by many of the American-born Chinese. Although Chinatown's residents cling tn many customs of their ancestors, they've acquired American ideas about kitchen equipment. . Blake Big Place Cards. "My youngster used to come home from parties with her extra or unfinished candy in a leaky paper napkin. So when I gave a children's party I .took ordinary paper bags, in which groceries come, and pasted, pictures and drew funny faces on them. I then tagged them and hung them on the backs of the children's chairs for place cards." This is a delightfully helpful hint. Sees Old School. HUTCHINS -- William Hunt, whose address was not learned, while motoring by, stopped at the Center school in Orthel township to take a picture of the schoolhouse. This was.where he and his brothers and sisters received all their formal education, when the family, resided there before the the turn of the century. Old- timers will retail the family. Named District Lecturer. RICEV1LLE--G. J. Smith ar^. son, Donald, were in attendance at the Masonic grand lodge school at Oelwein. Donald was advanced to distr'ut lecturer, a jjosition-already held by his father. Oldest Merchant at Cresco Hurt in Fall CRESCO -^ William Kellow, Cresco's oldest merchant stumbled and fell in his store Saturday night and dislocated his right shoulder. A doctor was called im- mdiately and replaced the joint and Mr. Kellow'was taken to his home where he is recuperating. 'On May 21 Mr. Kellow will be 85 and has been in the grocery business continuously f o r - m o r e than 63 years. TO HELP PREVENT MANY GOLDS ..VICKS Vft-TRO-NOt A few t/rofls up k eac/t nosfri/ TO HELP END A COLD QUICKER Jirsfrub on t/irdaf.cAesf . and tack Follow VICKS PLAN tor better CONTROL OF COLDS [Full details in each Vfcfcs package] NEW 1 save on V A save on PRICE! /CURRENT! N OW you can easily afford the finest refrigerator money can buy. 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General Eltctric'j fimoin c o l d - m a k i n g m e c h a - nism attention--not eren oiling: 5 Yean Performance Prolattion IT'S THE BIGGEST REFRIGERATOR B U Y IN 10 Y E A R S / SEE FOR YOURSELF! Ask Your Neighborl The record of General Efectrio Refrigerators for dependable refrigeration service at low cost stands alone. Time-Tested! General Electric developed and introduced the first sealed refrigerator mechanism,ten years ago and has had more experience -with this type of cold-making u n i t than any other manufacturer. Basically u n c h a n g e d b u t c o n s t a n t l y i m p r o v e d , t h e G - E T h r i f t U n i t is years ahead today. Quality Refrigerators Also Sold By O f h e r Local Appliance Dealers Gas a n d . Electric .Service -r-- today's biggest money's worth. MASON CITY PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMB\NY i MANLY, NORA SPRINGS Listen to P. G. E. · News Broadcast-Station KGLO Every Day at 6 P. M. CLEAR LAKE

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