Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 27, 1949 · Page 2
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18 Sept. 20, ISIS Mason Cily Globe-Gazelle, Mason City, 1». 471 Forms Adopt Soil Setup in Wihneshiek Decorah —Now operating under the soil conservation program in Winneshiek county are 471 farms, according to V. A. Edwards, director of Winneshiek soil district. Five new plans were approved and accepted at a meeting of the commission Sept. 19. Merlyn Wulf of Steamboat Rock has been added to the local office force, taking the place of Walter Daniels, who was recently transferred to Allamakee county. He was formerly associated with the soils service in Hardin county. For REFRIGERATORS + * * * It's 20 East State k Phone 17 N ow 2,000 ATTEND FIELD DAY—Farmers, feeders, geneticists, scientists' and just the ordinary observer gathered at the Farmers Hybrid Corn and Hog farm at Hampton Saturday for the annual inspection tour. After morning coffee regular groups were started on guided tours through the nursery *where more than a thousand* different lines of corn are being developed. While King Corn was having his inning, a new development came into being—that of the hybrid hog. This feature attracted many of the visitors to the only commercial producer of hybrid hogs in the world. The "dream hog" of the future is characterized by an abundance of lean pork, primarily of the loin and for the lean bacon and ham demanded by the modern housewife. This new type of hog is rapidly becoming available to the raiser of quality hogs, the big consumer of Iowa's mammoth corn crops. The afternoon meeting was de- O voted'to Farmers Hybrids, the co, ^^ operative, annual meeting. V. B. Fj CM II Hamilton, Glenn G. Sones, J.'S. ^ V* I I VanWert, F. H. Methfessel and Dean C. Anderson were elected directors. Marie Mendenhall's Father Dies; Rites to Be on Wednesday Word has • been received of the death of the father of Miss Marie j Mendenhall at the hospital in San j Carlos, Cal., Friday. Miss Mendenhall and her brother left a week ago to be with him. Funeral services will be held at Knoxville Wednesday. Miss Mendenhall is a teacher at Monroe junior high school. The Record Nook 222 South Federal WE ARE PREPARED TO BRING YOU THE LATEST IN MUSICAL SELECTIONS At Only 35c&49c Wesley Man Begins Service in Germany Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin received word from their son, Pfc. A very Mullin, who left Staten Island Sept. 3 on U. S. army transport Henry Gibbons and landed at Bremerhaven, Germany, Sept. 12. He is located at a camp near Marburg, Germany, where all the buildings are of stone with tile floors. It is in a mountainous region and very luxurious compared to many of our own camps but . the railroad coaches and trolleys are small, crude and uncomfortable.. He expects to be transferred to a permanent camp in a few weeks. He is with the intelligence department. Howard County 4-H Club Girls Adopt Project Crcsco — Howard county^ 4-1-1 i girls' clubs have adopted "Foods • and Nutrition" for their 1949-50 club project. The program was j written with the assistance of Miss ( Elizabeth Smith o£ Ames, state 4-H girls' club leader. The subject matter will include food preparation, nutritional values, food serving, food preservation, canning and freezing. The usual county shows and special activities such as fire prevention and health improvement are also included in the program, reports Paul K. Payne, Howard county extension director. Mrs. Robert Stapleton, county 4-H girls' committee chairman, announced the first subject mutter leaders training school for Thursday, Sept. 29. Auditorium Sold New Hampton—The firemen's auditorium here, built 52 years ago, ru-s been sold to R. A. Slol/. New Hampton contractor, who will convert it to a cabinet factory and office building. The auditorium built by the volunteer i'irc department at one time could hold all the residents here and some from outside. It had been used a:> a banquet and public dance hall. In recent years I Vie dances were discontinued. Mr. Stol?: paid §15,000 for the structure. Lapiners Showing Complete CMC Line; 'actory Men Here The Lapiner Motor company was holding open house Monday to show the complete line of CMC .rucks. A tree movie open to the public, with truckers especially invited, was slated for 7:30 p. m., to show all of the line. Factory representatives from Detroit and Minneapolis, headed by W. F. Lynch, district manager of Minneapolis, were on hand to explain the various models which included diesel units and engine displays. Others here were Robert F. Powell and Lou Kirchner, district managers; Cecil .Muzzy, equipment engineer; Donald Sandberg, sales engineer; Clarence Hartman, equipment engineer, and George Rentas, zone parts manager. V '. Trucks shown range from i ton pickups to 10 ton heavy duty models. More ton-miies of air express are flown today over the country's scheduled air lines in one month, a total of 2,190,898, than were carried the entire year oil038 with arcc 2,172,855 ton-miles, Railway Express. bording to LIKE NEW AGAIN Look at your Venetian Blinds. Don't they need repairing, re- enameling? Othf:rs see what you sec. Can you, afford to let your blinds provide bad impressions? Indeed not! Nor need you do so. Not while our Venetian Blind Repair and Refinishing service is at hand, at such moderate charges. EDEL VENETIAN BLIND .. AND SH'ADE CO. 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M. to 11:00 P. M. James Cassidy Rites Thursday Services to Be at Holy Family Church James J. Cassidy, 67, of 2207 Perm., S. E., died Friday at San Bernardino, Cal. He was a retired railroad man. Mr. Cassidy was born June 26, 1882, in Ireland. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus. Surviving are 2 daughters, Mrs. Marien Johnson, Mason City, and Mrs. William White, San Bernardino, Cal., and 2 sons, James J. Cassidy, Jr., Auburn, Wash., and Paul Cassidy, Los Angeles, Cal., and 12 grandchildren, and a sister, Mary Cassidy, Ireland. He was preceded in death'by his wife and 1 brother. Funeral services will be held at 9 a. m. • Thursday at the Holy Family Catholic church, where the Requiem Mass will be celebrated by Msgr. A. J. Breen. The body will arrive in Mason City at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday. The Parish Rosary will be at 8 p. m. Wednesday and the Knights of Columbus will say the Rosary at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the Patterson- James chapel. Interment will be at St.-Joseph's Catholic cemetery. The Patterson-James funeral home in charge. JAMES J. CASSIDY Crowd at Rodeo Emmetsburg—The Emmetsburg | Canter club held its .6th annual fall roundup Sunday afternoon at the Palo Alto 4-H fairgrounds with over 2,000 people in attendance. Lincoln was assassinated at Ford's theater while attending a play entitled ' 'Our Cousin." Design Your Own Linoleum Tile Floor SAVE MONEY! Install It Yourself 16 Each 9" x 9" Til* Almost no limit to the smart,' colorful designs you can have with Armstrong's Jaspe Linoleum Tile. We'll help you with designs and ahow you how to install it yourself. MIER WOLF SONS 99 A SENSATIONAL RLL-Tim€R TO WIN NEW FRIENDS ALTHEI/HER Now, you too can have an ALL-TIMER exquisitely quilted SILKENSHEEN SILKENSHEEN is a Vinyl plastic with a soft, silky finish and graceful draping Matched Bed Spread and Priscilla Drape ensemble. A special purchase sals qualities. 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