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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 10 Â·Â· 1935 HOG PRODUCTION NOW AT LOW POINT FOR UNITED STATES OUTLOOK POINTS TO GAIN IN PIGS Iowa Making Quick Recovery From Low Level Reached Last Fall. AMES, July 10. Â«P--Agricultur- al Economic Facts says in its next issue that production of hogs is at low ebb in the United States, but the outlook points to an increase in hog numbers. The economics publication of the extension service says it is likely that the number of hogs slaughtered this year will be the smallest per capita since 1890. The June 1 pig survey indicates a 10 per cent reduction in pig production for the nation this year, but Iowa's 1935 crop is expected to be about the same as last year's. A 35 per cent increase in the fall crop is indicated for Iowa. The circular says "Iowa has made a quicker recovery from the extremely low level of hog production reached last fall than the remainder of the country. This is probably due to the fact that many of the other leading hog states were harder hit by the drought than Iowa, and did not have as much feed on hand. The circular states that the reduction in hog marketings next year, based on the indications of the pig survey, will probably be somewhere around 10 per cent as compared with 1934-35. Wagner Buys Elevator at Thornton; Repairs Are Made to Structure THORNTON, July 10.--Sondergaard Produce company sold its recently acquired Hines elevator to Otto Wagner of Conrad, who began work of repairing it Tuesday and expects to be ready for grain buying Aug. 1. Mr. Wagner has owned and operated an elevator at Conrad a number of years. He has a wife and two children who will move here as soon as a house can be obtained. Sondergaard reserved the scales and office building which they will have moved to their present location, to be used in the hog buying business, which branch of the produce business they started this last spring. :-: H E R E AND T H E R E x Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota From St. Paul. ROCKWELL -- Mrs. Leo Meyer enjoyed a Sunday visit from her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Anderson, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Pheiffer and two sons of St. Paul. Honored on Birthday, PLYMOUTH--A surprise party honoring Mrs. Fred Holcomb's birthday anniversary was held Friday afternoon. Return to Polo. FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs. Will Williamson and daughter, Ruth, returned to their home in Polo, Mo., after a week's visit at the Will Hayes home. Daughter Is Born. WHEELERWOOD--Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kruse are parents of a girl born Friday. This is the first daughter in the family. Home From Cicero. ROCKWELL--Miss Laura Fansler is home from an extended stay at the Dr. Boke home in Cicero, III. Leave on Fishing Trip. FAULKNER--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schachterle and son, Charles Paul, left Sunday for a week's fishing trip at the lakes in northern Minnesota. Guest From Sherburn. LUVERNE--Miss Lavonne Mitehell of Sherburn, Minn., is visiting at the homes of her two cousins, Betty and Shirley Dimler. Guests From California. GREENE -- Mrs. Choice Sproul and son, Gerald, now of California, former residents of Greene, arc guests of her neice, Mrs. Clarence Starkweather and other relatives. Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! A gradual shifting in Iowa's ei onomic structure from one predom inately agricultural-rural to on more highly industrialized and u banized has occurred the last 2 years. Emmetsburg Rotary Is Entertained at Algona ALGONA, July 10.--The Algona Rotary club entertained the Emmetsburg Rotary club at a luncheon given at the shelter house at the Call State park Monday evening. Â·About 80 were present. -The Emmetsburg club won the attendance contest. The kittenball game was called off due to the numerous mosquitoes. The program consumed of several talks given by the Emmet'i- burg members. Following those, Ralph Miller, newly elected president, gave his address of welcome. Frank Mathes was in charge cf the luncheon. Three Days of Car Races on State Fair Program DES MOINES, July 10.--Plans for three days of national circuit auto races at this year's Iowa State fair, instead of the customary two days, and for an enlarged program of day and night horse races, headline the first announcement of the entertainment program for the it?S state exposition, made here today. Many at Conference. KANAWHA, July 10.--The Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Briggs accompanied members of the Epworth league to Lake Okoboji Monday to the annual Epworth league institute. Those attending from Kanawha are the Misses Leone Freerksen, Mildred Van Duesseldorp, Lois Barber, Ellen Mather, Mary Blomgren and Ralph Harriman, Donald Rober and Jay Johnson. IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A C O O L , REFRESHING LUNCH YOU'LL FIND IT AT THE CAVERN There is a wide variety of Home Cooked P l a t e Lunches to choose from at popular prices, ranging from 25c, 30c, 35c and 40c. Home-Made Pies, Salads and Puddings. Try our afternoon fountain specials every day from 2:00 to 5:00. Our motto is "the best food at reasonable prices." SERVICE WITH A SMILE A. J. KILLMER 20-22 East State Street They will also visit other relatives in Colorado, enroute home. Visitors From Chicago. STACYVILLE -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hartnell and sons, Billy and James and daughter of Chicago are visiting Dr. and Mrs. B. T. Hartnell here and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lang at Osage this week. Visitors Froaa Seattle. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. Arhur Young and family, Seattle, Wash., arrived to visit Mrs. Young's father, Lars Petersen and Mrs. Nina Jackson and Mr. Young's mother, east of town. Former Resident Visitor. NORA SPRINGS -- Mrs. Anna Miller Retaken of Los Angeles, Cal,, who grew to womanhood here, "visited her cousin, Mrs. J. C. Bronson, Wednesday and Thursday. She was one of a group of five who drove to Washington from Los Angeles to attend a convention. Leave After Visit. DOWS--Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson and son, Glen, Miss Agnes Lindstrom and Mrs. A. S. Fasset, all of St. Paul, left for their homes Monday morning after several days visiting in the homes of A. J. Peterson and J. M. State. Return to Des Moines. BRADFORD--Donald Fraser and Mrs. Wood of Des Moines returned ome after a several days' visit with the former's son, Ronald Fraser, and family. At Picnic in Illinois. RIDGEWAY--Mr. and Mrs. Ole Rue, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Trytten and daughter, Edna, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Brekke, Mrs. Helena Hove and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hove Hove, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Hove and Laurence Hove motored to Galena, 111., Sunday for a picnic with relatives from Capron, 111. Visitors From St. Paul. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Art Wagner and children of St. Paul came Saturday night. Mr. Wagner returned Sunday but Mrs, Wagner and children will stay at her parents' home, Mr. and Mrs. L. Bliss, several weeks. On Trip to Yellowstone. FERTILE--Miss Silence Seglern is the new clerk at the A. A. Elthon store during the absence of Mrs. William Virchow, who, with her husband and little son, Billy, is on a tour through the Black Hills and also the Yellowstone national park. Visitors From Idaho. NORA SPRINGS -- Miss Vera Henry of Minneapolis, a daughter, and Miss Glenn Henry and daughter of Pocatello, Idaho, a daughter-in- law, are visiting at the Warren Henry home. Return to Colorado. ST. ANSGAR--Lester Thayer and Mrs. W. A. Voss of Montrose, Colo., their mother, Mrs. Agnes Thayer, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Carberry of Viuton and Mrs. Hazel Frank and Phylis of Carpenter were callers at the R. L. Valenine home Saturday afternoon. Mr. Thayer and Mrs. Voss left from Vinton Monday on their return trip to Colorado. Finish 1,300 Mile Trip. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Wren returned home from a 1,300 mile trip by auto into Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Wren were gone two weeks on their vacation. Takes Son to Hospital. MANLY--Mrs. Jack Kelly left Tuesday morning for Iowa City with her seven year old son who will undergo an examination there at the Children's hospital Return to Owatonna. CARPENTER--Mr. and llrs. George Sorenson and daughter, Shirley, Owatonna, Minn., returned home Sunday after four days' stay at the home of her father, August Milche and brother, Eldar. Return to Logan. BELMOND--Mrs. Lois Willard and daughter, Edna, and Mrs. Martha Mendenhall returned to Logan Monday after visiting in the J. S. White and Martha Wallace homes. Miss Macdeana Mennenga, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mennenga, accompanied them. Visitors From Flint. LUVERNE--Miss Virginia Coleman of Flint, Mich., arrived Sun day to visit her cousin, Editor Hor ace Coleman, and aunt, Mrs. Cam Coleman. Visitor From Chicago. ROCKWELL--Mrs. J. S. McHug of Chicago is a guest of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, o Bath township. Three Babies Born. KANAWHA--A 7% pound so was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs Casper Neiman. An 8% pound so was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs Melvin Severson of Kanawha at th Albert Lea, Minn., hospital A pound son was born to Mr. an Mrs. John Guderian at the Algon; hospital Monday morning. Goes to Colorado. LONEROCK--Thomas O'Donne: returned Sunday from a visit wit: his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs Edward O'Donnell, and sister, Ju lia, all of Campus, 111, Sunday Mr O'Donnell, accompanied by Joh Long, left for Colorado Springs t get Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sprank. Daughter Is Born. MITCHELL--Marilyn Jean is th name of the 7 pound girl born t Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hamm at th Savre hospital at Osage. This i their third child. The other two ar boys. Guests at Tinkey Home. ALEXANDER -- Miss Carmen White of Iowa City, Dale Missi! dine and Jerome Smith of Des Moines were visiting Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilj Tinkey Returns After Operatilon. CRYSTAL LAKE--Hurbert Han sen, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs Pete Hansen, has returned home from Chicago where he went a fev weeks ago to have an operation on his nose. When a youngster he received a bat hit on the nose which recently made breathing difficult. Honored at Shower. LITTLE CEDAR -- S e v e n t y friends and relatives of Mrs. Merle LocMe gathered at the Baptist church basement Saturday evemng for a postnuptial shower in her honor. Entertainment was carried out in the form of a miniature wedding. Go to Training School. STILSON--Miss Ellen Huling. Miss May Winters, Miss Esther Grunewald and William Richardson went Monday to the training school at Cedar Falls. The Rev. C. O. Winters took them to the camp. Group in St. Paul. EMMONS, Minn.--Everett Rasmusson, Selmer Herfendahl, Horace Schmidthuber, Morin Martinson, Norris and Lawrence Dahl motored to St. Paul. Honored at Gathering. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Louis Steffenson and daughters, Lavina and Ruth, were visitors at the home of Mr. Steffanson's sister arid brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sever Gunderson. A group of relatives gathered in their honor at Rice Lake on Sunday afternoon. Honored at Shower. OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nelson attended a shower Sunday at the Jacob Cla-usen home near Stacyville in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Clausen, who were recently married. Holds Special Meetings. SWALEDALE -- The Rev. Kenneth Mead of St. Paul is holding meetings every night this week in the Baptist church. Guests From Spirit Lake. THOMPSON--Mrs. George Folken of Albert Lea and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hildreth and Rose Mary of Spirit Lake, visited Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hildreth. $500 in AAA Pay Received. HAMPTON -- Corn-hog checks amounting to $500 were received here Saturday. Nurse on Vacation. POPEJOY --Â· Florence Hanson, student nurse at the Methodist hospital at Des Moines, is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanson. Arrives From Des Moines. CHAPIN--Carl Ross of DCS Moines arrived Sunday for a visit at the home of his aunt, Mrs. T. B. Hamilton. Visitors From Canada. BELMOND--Mrs. Estclla Allen and son, Jack, and daughter, Jean, from Radville, Sask, Canada, arrived Saturday to visit in the Will Eimbrink home and with other relatives. Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Eimbrink are cousins and have not seen each other for 30 years. From South America. DOWS--Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Clark and two children of Ecuador, South Arserica, visited in the home of Xi=s Flora Popejoy. They are aorr.* on vacation. Mr. Clark is head of the rcis?;o:! 7,'ork in Ecuador. K'rturn From Becker. PLYMOUTH -- Mr. and Mrs. George Seeley, Sr., returned from a trip to Becker, Minn., where they visited their youngest son and family. They are pioneers of Plymouth, both past SO years. Visitors From Allen. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Anderson of Allen, Nebr., returned home Saturday after spending the fourth at the parental W. F. Godfrey home. ' Guests From Cherokee. Â· GRAFTON--Mrs. Earl Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and aunt, Mrs. Brandt and daughter, Margaret of Cherokee, spent the week-end at her home. Her mother will visit here for several weeks. Visitors From California. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Grant Johnson entertained a number of friends at their home Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Johnson's sisters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weitze, from California and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Stark from Chicago. Visit at Minnetonka. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Esther Estay and little daughter, Harriet of Kalamazoo, Mich., have been here two weeks visiting Mrs. Estay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Raymond. Saturday all of them drove to Crystal Bayon Lake, Minnetonka, Minn., to visit Mrs. May Raymond Borrill. Going to Rochester. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. Fred Gaffron who has been in poor health for some time went to Rochester for a medical examination Monday. She was accompanied by Mrs. Lee Bundrin. Installation Is Held. MANLY--The local Odd Fellows and Rebekahs held their installation of officers. In the Odd Fellows, W. S. Lemler is noble grand. Ida Helland is noble grand for the Rebek- ahs. Richest Red Man Meet the world's richest Indian! He is Enos Wilson if Muskogee, Okla., \vho has been officially recognized by the Five Indian tribes as the successor to Jackson Barnett, 91 year old Indian who died more than a year ago in Los Angeles. Wilson, a foundling who was reared by a white man, became wealthy when oil was discovered on land allotted him by the government. He possesses $175,975".27 in Rash, $1,891,435 in bonds, an .?80,000 mansion and valuable farm lands. Are Parents of Son. HAMPTON--Mr. and Mrs. J. llinton Marschall are parents of a son born Sunday. RALLY PLANNED BY BUTLER GIRLS 4-H Program to Be Held at Allison Friday; Opera, Play Scheduled. ALLISON. July 10.--The annual Butler county girls' 4-H club rally day will be held at the Allison Legion hall Friday afternoon and evening. New officers will be elected at the afternoon session. Miss Nina Huff of Greene will conduct a music contest. The Sunshine club with Mrs. R. A. Smith as leader will present the project play, "The 3olor Wheel Revue," directed by Miss Thelma Bolin. Miss Lucille Moore will be reader and Miss Gertrude Hickle, ,pianist. Misses Jean Martin and Beverly Wedeking will act as- pages. Members of the cast are Margaret [,ewis, Ruth, Dorothy and Charlotte jYerichs, Dorothy Harris, Rowena Vlartin, Maybelle Bolin, Caryl Polk, Delores Lundt, Ruth Cadam, Lola Brockway, Elva Roberts. There will je a wiener roast at 6:30 o'clock for club girls, their parents and 4-H boys. New officers will be installed at ;he evening session and an honorary member has not been disclosed as yet will be initiated. An opera, "Bo- icmian Girl," will be presented under the direction of Mrs. Ira Marsh of Greene. Miss Nina Huff of ; reene will have charge of the music. Members of the cast and the characters are: Thelma Titus. Maria Hagarty, Elma Huff, Harriet Marsh, Marian Marsh and Lucille Kurd. William Henry Funeral Is Held at Whittemore WHITTEMORE, July 10.--Funeral services for William Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, who committed suicide by hanging, were held at his home Sunday, Father Veil having charge. Burial was in the Catholic cemetery. Pallbearers were Ralph Schumaker, Joe Wagner, Eddie Schumaker, Pete Mergen, Bert O'Brien and Norman Finstead. Mr. Henry was born Dec. 24, 1905, in Palo Alto county. He was married to Opal Christian of Rodman, Jan. 7, 1931 at Spencer. Beside his.wife and parents, he leaves 9 brothers and sisters, Joe, Simon and Mrs. Robert Loss of Algona, Jean of West Bend and Melvin, Frances, John, Esther and Mary of Whittemore. Mrs. Hain Funeral Is Conducted in Rockford ROCKFORD, July 10.--Mrs. Clarence Hain, 48, suffering from a lingering illness died at a Mason City hospital Sunday. Funeral services were held at the Methodist :hurch Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. and burial was in Riverside cemetery. Mrs. Hain who was Clara May Spofford before her marriage to Clarence Hain on Dec. 11, 1911, was born June 3, 18S7 on the farm near Rockford which was her home all her life. She is survived by her lusband, three sons, Claude, Wilur and Floyd, all of Rockford, also hree daughters, Bernice and Bessie vho are at home and Mrs. Margaret Berk of Rockford. Mrs, E. C. Davis and Mrs. A. B. Taylor of Rockford are also sisters. CLARION LEGION DAY TO BE AUG. 8 Plans for Celebration Are Made; Many Features on Schedule. CLARION, July 10.--Plans for observance of Legion day, a celebration sponsored each year by Clarion Post 246, were made Monday night by committees selected from members of the organization. The celebration will be held Thursday, Aug. S. The program planned for this year is similar to the schedules followed during Legion day for the past several years. The day will begin with a band concert at 9:30. Among the other events now scheduled are a doll buggy and pet parade, a float parade, a baseball game, and concessions and free acts provided by a carnival company. A 3ance will be given in the evening. The general committee includes C. E. Campbell, chairman, R. E. Duer, E. J. Barlow, E. L. Sizemore, C. H. Crowe, and L. S. Poor. Cresco 1 st National to 5 '-Â· Pay Another Dividend v CRESCO, July 10.--A second dividend for depositors of the First National bank of Cresco of 15 percent is promised in a few weeks by Fulius Boeckh, receiver. This in addition to the 65 per cent previously made will make 80 per cent dividends to depositors, with a possibility of full payment in due time. Tfo/O. O'v^ylinder reelin O NCE you drive an "8"--nothing Jess will ever do. Once you drive a Ford V-8--that's your 8-cylinder car! A Ford V-8 engine saves your money. It puts more fun in your driving, all day long. And in other features, too, Ford V-8 performance helps you enjoy your 8-cylinder feeling to the limit. There's new safety to ease your mind -a welded, all-steel body. Bigger, easier-acting brakes. A low, strong, X-type frame. You even get safety glass in every window of every new Ford at no extra cost. And there's new comfort. 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