Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 22, 1949 · Page 18
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1949
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pecialists to Discuss Livestock Feeding at I. S. C. ,j eveal Data in Nutrition Experts Will Report .Results of Research Ames—Prominent mid-western restock nutrition specialists will ing Iowa f etd dealers and other •rsons interested in feeding up date on developments in nu- ition of poultry, swine and dairy Friday at the nutrition hool at Iowa State college. Pirst speaker on the morning ogram, which begins at 9:30 a. , is George M. Briggs, poultry- an at the University of Minne-^ ta. Topic of Briggs' talk is poul- y nutrition highlights. Next topic for discussion is the .e of B vitamins in the nutrition d health of the weanling pig. N. McMillen, professor of ani- al husbandry at Michigan State >Uege is the speaker. Also on the orning program is a talk on in•easing the efficiency of dairy irming by Ernest Bechtel, rep- ifesentative of Larro Research jbrm and General Mills, Detroit, lich. tj A hog carcass demonstration '[ads off the afternoon program. <lhis new feature at the nutrition hool has been added to give the ed man a better picture of the • viiy" of feeding hogs to lighter eights, and the effect of feeding balanced ration. Reporting on developments in e animal protein factor in swine beding will be Damon Catron, pwa State college animal hus- ndman. Catron also will discuss her developments in swine eding. Other reports on nutrition re- arch at Iowa State college will e given by Elton Johnson, poul- yman; C. C. Culbertson, animal .isbandman, and Norman Jacobin, animal husbandman. MEETINGS In North /owo LELAND—The Leland Wom- i's Federated club will hold its Jrst meeting Tuesday at 8.'p. m., the home of the president, Irs* Walter Ambroson. A pot ick lunch will be served. WODEN—The Catholic Ladies uild was to be entertained by [rs. Lloyd Griggs at her home ear .Crystal Lake Wednesday 'ternoon. GARNER—Delwyn Brede was Sected president of the Avery- twin Lake Hustler's 4-H club at recent meeting. Larry Langlitz as elected vice president; Merlin Swyter, treasurer, and Roger lalfpop, reporter. PLYMOUTH — The quarterly anfererice will be. held, in the lethodist church Thursday at 8 m. . . GARNER — The Amsterdam ywnship homemaker's organiza- Deliver '48 Sealed Corn to Osage Bins Osage—Delivery of 1948 scaled corn to the Commodity Credit Corporation began officially in Mitchell county Tuesday afternoon. Wellington Lewis, living eas,t of Osage, brought in 4,000 bushels of No. 1 corn. This golcfen yellow, beautifully kernelecl corn brings $1.38 a bushel. No. 2 brings a half-cent less, No. 3 a cent less. Six bins to store 240,000 bushels of corn are in the process of be- erected in 3 weeks. Kach ing crib is 40 by 100 capacity of 40,000 FIRST CORN ELEVATED —Pictured here is the first corn being elevated into the quonset type bins now being constructed in Mitchell county. Note the trickle from the top of the bin. It is estimated that over 500,000 bushels will be sold to the, Commodity Credit Corporation in Mitchell county, all of which must first be stored here. Storage units are in nearby towns, either government owned or rented. HERE and THERE Manly—Mrs. Harry Steffensen received word that her nephew, Lloyd Jacobs, 22, of Bridgeport, 111., was a polio patient in a hospital at Evansville, Ind. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Petersen and children of Scarville were guests at Smith home. the Stanley Ion tea will be held at -2- p. m. Jept. 26. . , ST. ANSGAR—The First Luth"" tan Church circles meet Thurs- lay afternoon as follows: Esther ircfe with Mrs., Carl-Dahl, Doras circle with • MrS. Arnold jfemphill, Rebekah circle with rs. Annis Thorsbri, Rachel circle i Mrs. George Schroeder, pe- orah circle with Mrs. Herman mesru'd, Naomi, circle with Mrs. Bancroft — Mrs. Charles McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Lampe and Mrs. Con Schiltz drove to Sioux . City to visit Con Schiltz, who has been a patient at St. Vincent's hospital several weeks. Alexander—Mrs. W. J. Cronin of Chicago left for her home after spending a week of her vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jones and at the Noel Jones home at Hampton. Geneva-^Mr. and Mrs. Willard Rucker, daughter Donna, and Miss Janett Rucker of Iowa Falls, visited in the Eddie Huntbatch home, also their son Dennis, who is a patient in a Mason City hospital. Lakota—Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith and 2 sons have returned from Florida, where they had spent the past 6 weeks. Geneva—Mrs. Ora Lawson returned to her home in Beaver, Okla., after a week's visit in the home of her nephew, Elmer Hutchinson, and family. Marble Rock—Mrs. Eno Reiter was taken to the hospital in Charles City for surgery. Goodell—The Lloyd Van Buskirk family returned home from a visit with relatives, the Owen Van Buskirks, at Dexter, Minn. Corwith — Mrs. Virgil Ranker and 2 daughters of Los Angeles, Cal., are visiting Mrs. Paul William and family. Popejoy—A family 'gathering of weeks, was able to return to the home of her sister, Mrs. Karl Reinke,' Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. Harm Harms have returned from a vacation trip to Washington, D. C., Marlboro, N. J., and Oregon, 111. Geneva — Principal Boyd Mast, wife and baby, were recent guests of Mrs. Kenneth Winegar in Westgate. Lakota- of Iowa Hoversten. Melvin, who has been stationed at San Antonio, Tex., expects to report for duty at Scott quonset type feet with a bushels. William A. Young, Mitchell county chairman of the. agricultural association, says 850,000 bushels are under loan or purchase agreement in the county. Contracting for the job of and is John who states there will be' 3 elevators running a continual stream of corn after the initial filling. It* will take at least 2 weeks to fill] the Osage 1 bins. Sept. 21, 1948 13 Maion City Globe-Omtle, Maion City, U. Plan 2-Day Celebration at West Bend West Bend—The West Bend Commercial club will hold its annual celebration Friday and Saturday. There will be a ferris wheel, merry-go-round train and. kiddie auto, also a free party for all children of grade school age or under Saturday from 1 to 5 p. m. During these hours all rides will be free. There will be free movies all afternoon Saturday at the West Bend theater beginning at 1 p. m. The high school district baseball tournament featuring, Rodman against Des Moines township at 1:30 p. m. and West Bend against Bode at 3 p. m. will be held Saturday on the high school diamond. CHECKING SEALED CORN—Responsible for checking the corn sealed in Mitchell county in 1948 is Walter Harmon, (above), Cedar township committeeman, who checks grade. The plans are for the first 3 grades to be stored in the quonset bins, and to send out as soon as possible the No. 4 and No. 5 grades. -Mr. and Mrs. Will Ebert City came Sunday to visit his mother, Mrs. Marie Ebert, who is in poor health. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reams are the parents of a son born in the Cedar Valley hospital Saturday. Popejoy —'Pyt. Melvin Hoversten is spending 10 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe 111., following his leave. Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. Court- and Buchanan and children of Mason City visited in the Orville Mahn home. The women are sisters. Corwith—Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rogers of Baltimore, Md., is visiting the latter's parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Severns. Lake Mills—Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Lockrem and 2 children of Oakland, .Cal., arrived this week to spend their vacation at the parental Nels Lockrem home. 'Bradford—Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Shollian have left on an extended visit with their son, Dwight Schollian, and family at Salem, Ore. Otto Brandau, ficlclman for the AAA, arrived Tuesday to observe the first filling and Bob Taylor of Detroit, Mich., representative of the Great Lakes Steel Corporation, arrived from Des Moines by plane to observe the filling in bins sold originally by his company. To meet No. 1 grade, a bushel of corn must weigh at least 54 pounds, have 14 per cent or less moisture content, must have 2 per cent or less cracked kernels or any foreign body and 3 per cent less damage to kernels. Rites Held Tuesday for Rake Farm Woman Rake — Funeral services for Alice Genevieve Kallestad, 39, were held Tuesday afternoon at the South Blue Earth church near Rake with the Rev. R. L. Hplleque officiating. Burial was in the South Blue Earth cemetery. Miss Alice Genevieve Kallestad died at a hospital in Woodward. The name "crows nest" for the little platform on the mast of a ship is believed to derive from the fact that Vikings actually carried crows in that position. When they were lost .they would release a crow and follow it when it flew toward the nearest land. •E THRIFTY.. SHe was born to Julia and Alfred Kallestad June 30, 1910, on a farm west of Rake. She leaves one sister, Mrs. Nor- __ dahl Matson of Rake, 3 brothers, Bt Joseph Aapirln I* to pur«. 12 tablet* Ervin Kallestad of Thompson, and lOc; 100 tablet* only 45c. Why pay mor*. Melvin and Emil Kallestad of or ever t accept lef»th»nth« St >_*<»*S* Rake. Her parents preceded her guarantee of "Agplrin at its best" Buy in death. Cosmic rays are best observe at high altitudes. •St. Joseph ASPIRIN •"(WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT io< The four tires on the average automobile's wheels contain about 800 feet of steel wire. at 30 E. State 30 E. State ew The Two Lightweights I. 'A. Groth. GARNER—The Britt Broncos -H club held its annual meeting" ecently and elected Cletus 'Hej- k, president for the new year. Arthur Chizek was elected vice resident; Rose Wellik, treasurer, nd William Chizek, repbrter. BASSETT —The Ladies Aid ected the following officers: /Irs. Ray Wright, president; Mrs. oland Barr, vice president; Mrs. Garland Miller, secretary; Mrs. arl Ingram, treasurer. .ast Rites for Farmer Held at Nora Springs Nora Sprine*—The Rev. A. B. Tercer, pastor of the Methodist hairch in Nora Springs, officiated '1 funeral services in the church uesday afternoon for Charles redrick Draeger, 69, who;died in Mason. City hospital .Saturday allowing a heart ailmenU Inter- 1 lent was in Riverside cemetery t Rockford. • Mr. Draeger was born Nov. 2, 879, in Ulster township, Floyd ounty, son of John and Augusta >raeger. He farmed in that com- nunity until 1938, when he moved D a farm near Nora Springs, and ad been a resident of this com- lunity for the past 11 years. On Sept. 26, 1906, he was mar- ied to Maude Emma Holland, who urvives. Also surviving are their children:. Lawrence Draeger of fampton, Mrs. Ralph (Elizabeth) lelfrecht of Hines, Ore., and Mrs. insel (Alice) Ellis of Rockford: 10 randchildren; 3 sisters, Mrs. Au- ;ust Gauger, Martha and Clara )raeger of Charles City; and 3 irothers, Emil Draeger, Frank 3rneger and George Draeger, all \t Rockford. 300 at Institute Hanlontown — Three hundred irsons gathered at the Lutheran iiurch Sunday evening for the St. nsgar circuit Sunday school < eachers' institute. For UNIVERSAL GAS RANGES the Ingebritson kin was held in the Lyle Miller home in honor of her sister, Faye Ingebritson, a visitor from Staples, Minn. Lake Mills—A goodwill truck will arrive in Lake Mills Thursday to pick up any articles or materials that can be repaired to help the poor. St, Ansgar—Mrs. Monrad Houg attended a 2-day meeting of the district officers of several circuits of the Evangelical Lutheran church at Waldorf college in Forest City. Mrs. Houg is secretary of the W. M. F. of the St. Ansgar circuit. Crystal Lake—Mrs. Henry Myhr was recently appointed district chairman of the art department of the Federated Woman's club. Mrs. Myhr will go to Des Moines where she will attend the Iowa Federated fall council meeting. St. Ansgar—Mr. arid Mrs. Will Wood of Iowa Falls and daughter Ruby of California, visited recently at the O. M. Hofland home. Crystal Lake — Russell Wilson went to Iowa City where he will enter college. - St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. El- mer'Joe Houg and Mr. and Mrs. Galen Kittleson spent a few days in Chicago. " . Hayfield — A. W. Rensink, accompanied by Elvin Lackore of Rudd, flew to Alexandria, Minn., Sunday for a visit at the B. H. Rensink, farm home. St. Ansffar—Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ehlke arra Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hartong of Bertha, Minn., 'Visited at the John Ehlke and Mary Erdmann homes. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. N. Junker of Yankton, S. Dak., were guests at the C. H. Thomas home. Northwood—Clarence Hanson of Los Angeles, Cal., who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Josie Mc- Quatters, went to Minneapolis to visit friends. Osage — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Halverson and family accompanied by Mrs. Eline Halverson visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the Cross Country Here's a hat that's lighter than your regular felt . . . but retains all the style and custom tailoring Dobbs is noted'for.. Body without weight; feathery softness without loss of character; top-o'-the-heap smartness That says it's the Dobbs . > . that's what you get in "Cross.Country." the Westward CURRIES Perry Brown at Wayerly. Dumont—Recent visitors in the Ben DeVore home were Cecil DeVore and daughter of Waterloo, Mrs. Alvina Ahrens and son, Glen of Hampton, Mrs. Eli Uhlenhopp and family of Clarksville, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph DeVore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wickham and Mrs. Lawrence Noelting and sons. Manly—Bob Knowles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Knowles, is a patient at Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he was lateen Thursday night for an emergency appendectomy. Alexander—Dell Friesleben was a patient at the Mercy hospital at Mqson City a few days the past week. Graflon—Mr. and Mrs. George JGlassel, who. have farmed for ' many years southeast of Graflon, arc retiring and have bought a residence in St. Ansgar. Geneva —Miss Cora Schreiber, who has been a patient in a rest home in Des Moines the past 6 Wherever men respect freedom, ease, and virile looks, you'll find them wearing the Westward . . . Dobbs handsome interpretation of the free and breezy life. Lightweight and fine textured . . . 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