Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 27, 1949 · Page 17
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Corn, Soybean Varieties Will Be Shown Near Cresco Trial Results to Be Observed Report Results of Spraying, Dusting Cresco—Howard county's annual field day will be held Wednesday at the county experimental farm 13 miles west of Cresco. H. R. Meldrum, extension agronomist, and other specialists from Iowa State college in co-operation with the Howard county's experimental association will be in charge of the program, reports Paul N. Payne, county extension director. SJxty corn varieties will be observed through demonstrational planting, with 13 of the varieties having been planted from Iowa experimental hybrids and the remainder are commercial hybrids from 14 different hybrid companies. E. S. Dyas, extension' agronomist, and hybrid corn company representatives will discuss the adaptability of different hybrids lor this area. Fourteen soybean varieties will be observed in the demonstration planting, varieties in the trial ranging from early to late maturing. C. R. Weber, regional soybean specialist of the United States department of agriculture, will discuss soybean growing. Agronomist Meldrum will discuss rotation expeuments including 7 different cropping plans. Fertilizer Tesponse on corn and soybeans will be observed. A special feature on the program will be a discussion on corn borer control led by Hai-old Gunderson, extension entymologist. Results of spraying and dusting methods used will be reported. E. S. DYAS r One horsepower is the power required to lift 33,000 pounds one foot in one minute. 9 Fayette Court Jurors Chosen West Union—Sixty-five Fayette county residents were picked this week to serve as petit jurors for the October term of court, according to Clerk Herbert D. Klammer: West Union — Glen B o y e r, Maude Bullard, Felix Grafenberg, David Hand, J. Fred Johnson, Maria Johnson, Helen Moe, Fern Nagel,-William Price, C. C. Sands, Mabel Schatz. Oelwein—Helen Butters, Robert Clark, Cecil Creo. Gold Dittmer, Mary Fisher, Alice M. Frame, Henry J. Gruse, June Halstad, Albert Harms, Eunice Hatch, Thomas N. Kirby, Elsie Knight, Evelyn Nelson, Ethel Stockwell, George Stolka, A. J. Sumock^ Elaine Vargason, C. R. Wilder. Wadena—Fred R. Heiden, Leallen Knox, Dale Minger. Aurora—Melvin Burco. Arlington—Harlan Seedorff. Stanley—Ed Clark, Sylvia Floyd. Clermont—Milo Anderson, Nels Evenson, Viola Kneeland. Fayette—Harry Burton, Harold Johnson, Harold Johnson, Israel Shaffer. Sumner—Rose Burkhart. Hawkeye—Glen Aspinwall, John Craft, Walter Dietel, Robert Homewood, Flossie Schram, Walter Wendland. Waucoma—Al Dietzenbach, Anna J. Schmitt, Evelyn Smith. Elgin — George C. Fricdne Gladys Grimes, Beth Helms, Joseph Kjosa, Clarence Kleppe, Gerald Shaffer, Russell Wenger. Maynard—Merle Gray, Gerald Warlike. Westgate — Lawrence- McCrea Mable Stohr. Alpha—Madeline Westendorf. H. R. MELDRUM Tailored Simplicity '100.00 Federal Tax Included A Beautiful Matching Set for $100.00 Federal Tax Included. Convenient Budget Terms WATCH£S DIAMONDS 12 East State 3,500 SAW SHOW—An estimated crowd of 3,500 attended the Meyer-American Legion air show at Rockwell Sunday. In the above picture the crowd is shown gazing at John Vasey flying upside down. Large Crowd Sees Thrilling Air Show at Rockwell Field HAROLD GUNDERSON Lions, Wives Enjoy Bear Steak Dinner Manly — The Lions club and their ladies drove to Sunset Inn where they enjoyed bear steak furnished by Glenn Pogeler, manager of the soybean plant. Mr. Pogeler returned recently from a trip to northern Minnesota joining a party of hunters and fishermen. The'fishing was a little below par according to Pogeler, but hunting was good, and one of his party shot the bear that furnished the fine meat for this dinner. DAVIDSONS MASON CITY... "Iowa's Largest Home Furnishers" BUY YOUR SUPERFLAME OIL .HEATER NOW FOR AS LITTLE AS $64.95 . . . AND WE WILL INCLUDE A $34.95 SUPERFAN AT NO EXTRA CHARGE YOURS AS A GIFT FOR THE EARLY PURCHASE OF ANY AUTOMATIC SUPERFLAME SPACE HEATER OR FLOOR FURNACE SELLING FROM $64.95 to $139.95. Keeps you cool in summer. Gives you forced air warmth in winter. Saves you up to 25% on the bills. FAMOUS Svperfh tome HEATERS No Other Heaters Have the Amazing "Fuel-Saver" Give You More For Your Money! MORE COMFORT. Circulates heat through entire house from ceiling to lioor level! MORE HEAT! Only FI>AME has the "Fuel -Saver. Increases radiating surface 100%, decreases chimney loss 40^. Saves up to' I /3 on fuel costs . . . sometimes more! MORE EFFICIENT. Sl/rER- FLAME patented burner burns cleaner, more efficiently. r SUPERFAN SAFE/ No Dangerous FanBfafc* Limited Offer ! ! See Us Today ! ! Easy Terms MAIL INQUIRIES INVITED! HERE and THERE Forest City—Mr. and Mrs. Ra Haugen have returned frorn a 10 day vacation in Michigan, Canad and Ohio. Osage—New parts man for th International Harvester compan in Osage is Leo Steene, Albert Lea, Minn., who has been in partnership with his father sinc"fe 1939 at Albert Lea, having recently sold his interest to his father. Northwood—Miss Ruth Schaub, a rural teacher in Worth county last year, has been employed in the office of Supt. Russell Baker of the Northwood schools, replacing Mrs. James Roberts who resigned. Garner—Don C. Roe and Clarence Niemeyer, members of the Garner volunteer fire team, attended a fire fighting demonstration and a school of instruction at Spencer recently. Fredericksburg — Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Morf and Sherwood of Los Angeles, Cal., visited at the homes of their uncles and aunts, the Dr. S. B. Zoller and Paul Morf families. Alta Vista—Harold Nehl, who sustained injuries when a sewer ditch caved in on him last week, was dismissed from the New Hampton hospital and returned to his home here. Bristow—Mr. and Mrs. Burdine Hahn of Bristow are the parents of a daughter born at the Hampton Lutheran hospital Sept. 16. Calmar—Mr, and Mrs. Harold Sandager left for their home in Lisbon, N. Dak., after spending the past several days here visiting relatives. Mr. Sandager is a nephew of Mrs. A. J. Hoiness. Forest City—John Galvin has returned from a 2 weeks' visit with Frank Kloster in Washington, D. C. Dumont—Guy Jackson has been brought home from Manly where he had spent the past 10 days in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Vernon Lyford. Mr. Jackson spent 3 weeks in the Mercy hospital in Mason City suffering from bronchial infection and asthma. Rockford — Charles Pennington, son of Clarence Pennington, who operates large farms north of town and near Floyd, is attending I. S. C. at Ames while his wife teaches in Ogden where they reside. Cresco—The Misses Pearl Bouska and Vivian Herold have returned to Cresco from a 2 weeks' vacation trip to New York City, Niagara Falls, N. Y., and Washington, D. C. Forest. City—Mrs. George Light has returned to her home in Marietta, Ohio, after spending a week here with Mrs. H. M. Ehred and Mrs. O. S. Anderson and their families. Greene — Herman Stubbe of Aredale has purchased the 110- acre farm owned by Walter Hiidebrand, i mile east of Greene. Mcservey—Mrs. Alice McCollough of Pennsylvania has returned to Meservey to spend the winter with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fischer, Jr., and children. Forest City—Mrs. Elmer Hass, director of the North Central association of Congregational Women, has returned from Grinnell, where she attended a 3-day officers' retreat. Carpenter—Mrs. Fred Evcrding and son of Mason City spent Thursday at the Gus Lee home. Forest City—Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Boman and daughter, Evelyn, are on a vacation which includes a visit to New Jersey. Meservey—Mr. and Mrs. William Koehler are spending a few days at Rudd visiting relatives. Coulter—Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kassabaum and Shirley Kassabaum motored to Arlington, Nebr., to help Mr. Kassabaum's father, Casper Kassabaum, celebrate his 81st birthday. Forest City—Bruce Thompson is expected home this weekend from a week's business trip to Chicago. Meservey — Mr. and Mrs. Bill Webb.of St. Charles, 111., were brief callers at the C. F. W. Paul home. Meservey — Mrs. Dan Schmidt was a business caller at Alexander Thursday. Rockwell—A crowd estimated at 3,500 saw one of the finest airshows ever held in this section Sunday afternoon under perfect weather conditions. The show included such sensational stunts as the landing and taking off from the top of a speeding car by Lowell White and a series of air acrobatic stunts by Johnny Vascy. Ray Henry did loops with Roy Timm standing cm the top wing of the Stearman airplane. Parachute jumps were made by Dave Harris and Howard Libersky.' Libersky thrilled (.lie crowd with stunts performed in what is believed to be the world's smallest tri-motored plane. Ernie Meyer, who sponsored the show jointly with the American Legion here, did a high gallonagc crop spraying demonstration with a Stearman plane. " The show also included an air force P-51 demonstration. Music was provided by the Rockwell high school band under the direction of Charles Bush. H company of the national guard policed the event. Poppy Sales Exceed $333 at Iowa Falls Iowa Falls — The Scenic City post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary sold more than 2,700 Buddy poppies on the streets of Iowa Falls Saturday. Total ?ales amounted to $333.46. Mrs. Ella Jones, 89 year old member of the Auxiliary, sold 646 of the veteran-made flowers and her receipts were $84.71. Eighty per cent of the proceeds of the sale will be retained by the organizations for local welfare oi veterans and their dependents. Organize Club Joice — Members of the junior high school have organized Good Citizen club. Officers include: Lois Schott, president Marilyn Anonson, vice president Ronald Calgaard, secretary; Beth Evans, treasurer. Meetings will bi held every 2 weeks when a pro gram will be presented. The in structor and advisor is Mrs. Ann Koehlcr. Sept. 26, 1949 „„ 8 Mason City Globe-G»ie»«, Mnon City, U. Mitchell Jury List Selected Osage—Petit jurors drawn for the October term of Mitchell county court beginning Oct. 3, include the following: Carpenter—Hedwig Bork and Kenneth Heard. Elma—Mike Hartough. Little Cedar — Pearl Emerson, Ben Abben, and Ellen Ketelson. Mitchell — Reuben Kroneman, Duane Ask and Ben Bower. Osage—Lome Quarn, Clinton Garrison, George Arp, Max Elliott, Neil C. Larson, Alvin Gilbrecht, Cora Isaacs, Anna Haberkorn, Georgia Carter, Josephine Schmarzo, Pearl Steiert, L. B. Smith, Hubert Werner, Claude Clark, Ruth Dieterichs, Clair Condon, Rose Ginsterbloom, Charley Hagerdorn, Leo Comisky, Lawrence Gilbert and Elnora Laudermilk. Otranto—Roger J. Campbell. St. Ansgar—Paul Hartwig and Emil Steinberg. Stacyville — Leo Huenemann, Lawrence Klapperich, Aloys Loecher, Hubert Half man and Eddie Hatten, Jr. Riceville—Helen Hinzman and Glen Funte. The Hon. Tom Boynton wil preside with Walter D, Linnell, court reporter. To get your 2nd wind means that the body has become adjusted to the need for more oxygen. • LANDING ON CAR—Lowell White is shown above landing his plane on the top of a speeding automobile at .the airshow at Rockwell Sunday sponsored by the American Legion and Ernie Meyer. Highway Cafe Sold Ctarion—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barber of Huxley recently purchased the Dew Drop Inn on highwcty 3, west, from Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brady of Clarion. Prior to coming here, the Barbers had owned and operated a cafe at Huxley lor approximately 3 years Buried at jplymouth Plymouth—Ivan Heiny, a former Plymouth boy who had lived Austin, Minn., for some time, m was buried in the Plymouth cemetery Monday. He was the youngest brother of Mrs. Barbara Ynung of Plymouth. WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT JO* St. Joseph ASPIRIN YOU'RE FULLY PROTECTED SEE Gregerson Phone 3983 FOR INSURANCE Noted Throat Specialists report on 30-Day Test ofCkme/SmoAers.. . NOT ONE SINGLE CASE THROW Yes, these were the findings of noted throat specialists after a total of 2,47O weekly examinations of the throats of hundreds of men and women who smoked Camels—and only Camels —for 3Oconsecutive days. "The 30-Day Test opened my eyes! Smokinp; is rcnlly fun when I smoke Camels!" Skater Jinx Clark. ' "How long have I smoked Camels? Years! Camels suit me to a T!" Adam Tomcy, bridge maintenance. "Camels passed my smoking test 100%! They agree with my throat and taste so good!" Pilot Mary Morrison. "Camels gave me a lesson in smoking pleasure. They taste good and milcU" Telephone operator Rita Edwards. "Mildest cigarette I ever smoked! A change to Camels was for the better!" Billiard star Willie Mosconi. "I made my own test. I found Camels the mildest, best- tasting cigarette!" Maty Goodfellow. hat designer. 1 "I changed my ideas about smoking enjoyment when I changed to Camels. They taste so good!" Mrs. Orson Munn, Jr., socialite. "Personally, I've found the answer to a milder, better- tasting smoke. I'd walk a mile for a Camel!" Aqua-ski star Bill Hatucld. MV DOCTOR'S RETORT WAS NO SURPRISE TO ME-CAMELS AGREED , WITH MV THROAT \ RIGHT FROM THE START 1 . AND CAMELS MAKE SMOKING SUCH Long Island housewife EDNA WRIGHT made the 3O-Doy Test. Her throat specialist reported no sign of throat irritation due to smoking Camels. WONPERFUL FUN "My test of Camels has'been going on for years. 1 And Camel cheers my taste!" Golfer Gene Sarazen. |' ; -<l~ ] - kj*— * j. _ "I never knew how enjoyable smoking could be until I changed toCamels!" Gladys Swarthout, opera star. At M CawzfMiMftess c/ourwn You have the word of Camel smokers ... of noted throat specialists, too ... but prove it fo* yourself. Smoke Camels for 30 days. Compare them in your "T-Zone" (T for taste, T for throat). See if you don't agree that Camels are the mildest, best- tasting cigarette you ever smoked! n. J. KrynoMi Tobacco Company, Winilon-Silem, N. 0.

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