Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 27, 1949 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 27, 1949
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6 Sept. 26, 1949 Mason Clly Globe-Gazette, Mason City, la. Bristow Farmer Reports Heavy Soybean Yield Rristow—Menn Mennen, farmer living. 2^ miles south of Bristow, reports that soybeans combined on his farm this week averaged 25 bushels to the acre and tested 14 per cent moisture. Something Overlooked Fort Worth, Texas (U.R)—Wil- liam D. Cox, 24, who has been selling polio insurance for three .years, landed in the hospital with polio. He didn't have a polio policy for himself. Angus Field Day Program Held Sunday Hampton—Over 150 persons, from 11 counties attended the North Central Iowa Aberdeen Angus Breeders association field day on the H. C. Miller farm north of Hampton Sunday. The organization president, Wayne Bitmgarner, had charge of the day's activities. He is the 3rd generation representative taking over the Angus farm. Orval Marts of Hampton won' the men's judging contest and received a show halter as a prize presented by the association. Robert Wagner placed all 3 classes right to win the junior division. Mrs. A. E. Mallory of Hampton proved her knowledge of good Angus cattle by winning the women's division. Both winners received a show halter. Six persons tied in guessing the weight of a steer, all J of them guessing it on the nose at 985. One Globe-Gazette Photo G. I. CAB LINE PHONE 731 Non Meter Cabs 35c ANY PLACE IN TOWN FOR I OR 2 PEOPLE lOc Extra For Each Additional Passenger. TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD CHEVROLET MANAGERS MEET—Managers from 55 of the larger Chevrolet dealership's in all parts of Iowa gathered at the Hotel Hanford Sunday evening for their annual forum meeting with D. W. Fegert, Chicago, regional truck manager of the Chevrolet Motor division, who heads the "chow line" in the picture.* Behind him in turn are 3 sales managers,.James Tucker, Swaney Motor company. Fort Dodge; Jerry Henderson, Allen Motor company, Ames, and Wade was a Duroc man, Orval Marts of! .-lampion, one a Hereford man,! Ice Wagner of Hampton, another.! was a government man, J. M. Wilkinson of Rock Falls. Two women guessed correctly, Mary Lou Sanders of Eldora and Mrs. Bonnie Goodell of Humboldt; both are wives of Angus breeders. One Angus breeder was in the winners, Dewitt Mailory of Hampton., Bill Imlau, field representative for the Iowa Beef Producers association, gave a demonstration of where retail cuts are found. He used a live Angus steer and marked out the cuts with white paint. After a picnic lunch, the group heard short talks by Chet Randolph, farm service director of KGLO, and V. B. Hamilton of the Farmers Hybrid hog division. One couple drove 125 miles to attend the field day. Officers of the Angus association that were responsible for the field day are Bumgarner, president, Jesse Althen of Thornton vice president, and R. V. Wilkinson of Rock Falls, secretary. : ormer North lowan Will Study in Paris Osage—Marshall Kathan, Washington, D. C., son of former Sherff and Mrs. Charles Kathan, left ^aturday from New York City aboard the lie de France, luxury iner, for Paris, "France. Marshall stated that he would be 5 days on ,he sea before docking at Le- Havre, France. He then goes to Paris for a year's study in painting. • | the child at reasonable times and places. A property agreement approved by the court gives him the lousehold furniture, and her the icusehold utensils, silverware and personal belongings. Plaintiff is to Divorce Granted Hampton — Junior Pandil was awarded a divorce from Helen Pandil in district court here on a charge of cruel and inhuman treatment. He was awarded permanent custody of. a minor child defendant having the right to visit jay attorney's fees and costs. Maryland has the only state flag bearing, a coat of arms. MACES DR. D. E. BOYENGA, O.D. Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted All of Dr. Maces' Records Still on File. New Location: 8 So. Delaware Phone 577 105 EAST STATE HAMILTON •• ELGIN M A S O \* C I T Y '_ _ . . hT O • R O L 0 G '•! - S Clark, Bird Dubuque. Following Chevrolet company, the buffet dinner Sunday evening they held their regular business meeting Monday morning and then adjourned to the All Veterans Social center on Clear Lake's north shore for an afternoon of golfing, boating and fishing. WALLPAP ROOM LOT SALE ENOUGH SIDEWALL AND I BORDER FOR AN AVERAGE 12x12 ROOM Soybean Combining Hits Full Stride 144 JL| PER ROOM PER ROOM ROOM PER ROOM SHEPHERD'S IS YOUR KEY TO GREATER INDIVIDUALITY, MORE COLOR SCHEMES AND BETTER DECORATING IDEAS SHEPHERD'S ARE WALLPAPER DISTRIBUTORS FOR BIRGE UNITED IMPERIAL STRAHN WALL PAINT HOUSE PAINT 087 +J PER GALLON WHITE ENAMEL 2.02 QT. MASON CITY'S MOST COLORFUL ADDRESS HI SHEPHERD'S „•» OBRItn j»Al NT & WALLPAPER- iC Garner—Warm dry weather the past week with several windy days rapidly dried corn and beans and the combining of beans is in full swing, Yields are running from 20 to 30 bushels per acre and moisture content is low. Corn picking got under way but most farmers are waiting a few days longer. The wind of last week has brought to light the real borer, damage and damage in some fields will reach 35 per cent. Farmers will have to pick over fields by hand and if weather conditions remain favorable losses can be somewhat reduced if fields are gleaned. Inspection of several fields Saturday revealed from 15 to 18 bushels already on the ground. Potato harvest is in full swing and sugarbeels are being dug. Both crops are excellent in quality and yield. Man Donates Blood, Hurts Self in Fall Hampton — Carroll Korth,' Hampton, was a hospital at Rochester, Minn., for treatment after fracturing his jaw in a fall on the street. Korth had donated blood for Richard Claypool, a patient at the Lutheran hospital, and fainted after leaving the hospital, striking his jaw on the curb as he fell- BORROW $20 TO $300 Yes, a cash Joan may bft t.he quickest, surest solution to a money problem. At Household Finance you can borrow t.he money you need ... without endorsers or guanmtors. Loans are made on signature, car or furniture. REPAY IN CONVENIENT MONTHLY INSTALMENTS At HFC, you select the repayment schedule best: suited to you; income. You may take G, 12, 15 or up to 20 months to repay. The table gives sample loan plans . .. others are available to fit your individual need. 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