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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 4, 1931
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FEBBlTATtY 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Iowa Livestock Shows 3 Per Cent Increase According to Inquiry Inquiries by postmasters and rural carriers as to the'number of head of / livestock on Iowa farms Jan. 1, 1931, as shown by 30,000 inquiry cards, indicate that there are 3.4 per cent more stock of all kinds than on Jan. 1, 1930. Most oE this increase is in hogs, a slight increass in milk cows and heifers, but there are fewer horses, mules and sheep and of heifers reserved for milk cows. Number of hogs on Iowa farms on Jan. 1, 1931 are estimated at 10,543,000 head an increase of 5 per cent over numbers a year ago. The most recent high point or production was in 1928 with number at 10,600,000 head. If the usual shift. cent reduction in numbers next winter would be expected. Marketings of hogs from towu farms equalled 12,137,000 in 1930 as compared with 12,327,000 head marketed in 1929. Winnebago Roads Will Be Marked in Spring FOREST CITY, Feb. 4. -- The Winnebago county road system will be marked during the coming spring, according to plans of Gerald Jones, county engineer, and the board of supervisors. They have postponed the marking system until the roads have been brot to permanent grade. Council Names Rfiwson Successor. WHITTEMORE, Feb. ·!.--At a meeting of the council Monday eve. _ _ __ ning, H. W. Geelan was named to 4s made following the increase dm--1 take the place of Merrill Rawson the past year, from 2 to 4 per I who recently moved to Eagle Grove s'. Place your order before Feb. 15 for your seed requirements and be protected against advance in prices. Cerro Farmers Co. ¥* Ffc fr 9 m Egg Profits Use MOR-GAIN MASH MAKER and Your Home Grown Grains ' You can cut your laying mash cost to less than $2.00 per hundred by using Mor-Gain Mash Maker and your home grown grains. You ai;e also supplying the flock with real egg making- materials--pure protein ingredients, cod liver oil and dried buttermilk. Ask for lit- e r a t u r e showing how to mix Mora-ain M a s h Maker with your grains. Ask Your Feed Dealer for Mor-Gain Northwestern Distributing Co., Inc. 43U Second St. N. E. Phones Rfii. or SC3 BUREAU OFFICERS TO MEET FEB. 7 AT CHARLES CITY Dairy Feeding' School to Be Held; Outlook Meeting Feb. 12. »Glear Lake Giofoe*Gazette UKbEN IIKNDKKJKS News Editor Residence Phone S40VV OFFICE PHONE No. 23'J LEK OEW1GG1NS Circulation and Advertising Rcsldenco 1'hone ti? JUNIOR HIGH TO GIVE OPERETTA The board of directors of the Floyd county Farm Bureau will meet Feb. 7 at 10 o'clock at the county agent's office in Charles City. Reports of committees will bs heard and special committees appointed to look ·* after different phases of work. Two dairy feeding schools will be held next week. At the Y. M. C. A. rooms, Charles City, on Feb. 9 and at Rockford in Legion hall, Feb. 10. Floyd Arnold will discuss feeding problems and hov.' to get maximum milk production. The annual meeting: of the Floyd County Cow Testing association will be herd Monday evening', Feb. 9 in the Y. M. C. A. rooms in Charles City. A part of the program this year will consist of a banquet to be served at 7 o'clock for all members and others interested in C. T. A. work. Floyd Arnold will be the speaker of the evening, and the election of officers and reports will be taken up. All members are urged to be present at this meeting and those who are interested in C. T. A. work are cordially invited. The banquet will be served at 7 o'clock and the meeting of the association will follow. Thursday. Feb. 12, is the day set for the Outlook conference for this district. This meeting will be held in Mason City and is open to all | who are interested in hearing the report of the agricultural economics department of Iowa State college which is made each year and gives information concerning the possibility for farm prices the coming year.- The findings ot the National Agricultural Outlook conference, which was held in Washington, Jan. 26 to 31, have been adapted to Iowa conditions and will be presented at the local meeting. This meeting is one of a series of 36 which is being held thruout Iowa from Feb. 9 to 26. Poultry Show Exhibits Doubles Last Year Mark 2 ARRAIGNED ON LIQUOR COUNTS Baylis Is Given Sentence at Clarion for Violating Injunction. CLARION, Feb. 4.--Two men, both from Belmond, were arraigned before Judge Sherwood Clock oh violations of the liquor law. Harold Baylis, who was defended by Jim Williams of Mason City, was \giveri six months in the county Jail and $600 fine for violating an injunction. Goodwin questioned his plaintiff's witness and pleaded his own case, before the court Monday afternoon.' The jnd?e took his case under advisement. "Twilight Alley," Musical in 2 Acts, to Be Presented Friday Night. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 4.--"Twilight Alley" is a two act operetta which will bo presented by the junior high Friday night at the high school auditorium. Special features have been prepared by the grades for entertainment between acts. Miss Feme Heiny, music supervisor, is directing the production. It is scheduled for 7:30 o'clock. Kathleen Watts as Dame Needy, the mother of a large family who lived in "The Old Shoe," plays an important role. Among her children are Jack, played by Clarence Pease, and Ned played by Ronald. Rawson Around Helen I/omen as Angelina the emigrant child, the story is centered. Elizabeth Hughes portra3'S the daughter of the owner of "The Old Shoe." Meg as played by Dorothy Kenyon has eight sisters-Margaret Wurtzer, Elizabeth Ann Branson, Evelyn Mitchell, Greta Chappell, Mary Tumblesonn, Maxine Christensen, Bernice Brox and Jean Siesseger. The personnel of the baseball nine of which Jack is the leader is Robert Brose, William Turner. Harper Joslyn, Harold Charlesworth, Clay* ton Pittman, Raymond Fistler. Keith Carr, Keith Holt and Donald Ebaugh. A chorus of junior high school students represent the other children in the neighborhood of "Twilight Alley." The little folk from first two grades will be seen In the dance, "The Minuet," while "A Dutch Dance" will be given by the third and fourth grades. The fifth and sixth grades will give "The Highland Fling." All of the dances will be given in costume. The high school orchestra under the direction of John Kopecky will furnish music before the entertainment. IS SPEAKER CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 4.-Francis A. Flood, world traveler and writer, will deliver an illustrated lecture at the Community building Thursday evening on South America. This is held in connection with the Farmers institute In Clear Lake. 61 to Be Graduated by Waldorf College FOREST CITY, Feb. 4.--Waldorf college of Forest City opened the second semester of the school year with an increased enrollment. Sixty-one students are planning to be graduated at the close of the semester. Of this number 15 expect to be graduated from the college liberal arts course, 18 from the collegiate normal course, 14 from the commercial course and 14 from the academy. Donald Anderson, Northwood, completed his Junior college work at the close of the first semester. VAGABONDS MEET FERTILE CAGERS Indians Boast 13 Victoria Out o i l 5; To Play on Saturday Night. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 4.--The Fei tile Indians will invade the loci court Saturday night to meet til Clear Lake Vagabonds. This is un doubtedly one of the toughest lean In the locality which the Vagabond have met, the opponents having lost to them 44 to 34 in last year's encounter. The Indians boast a record of 13 victories out of a total of 15 games played already this year. They defeated the Diamond Bread, Mason City, Saturday night, by four points. Other teams which they have defeated are Rock Falls, Mitchell, Brandon, Manly, Hayfield and Oclardo. According to Manager B. W. Lilly, the starting lineup for the Indians will be Rodlierg and Oswald, forwards; Mestad, center; Kirk and Purcell, guards. Subs are McNally, Humphrey, Luccom and Duel. Their starting lineup is the same quintet which defeated the locals last season. All of the players are ex-high school stars. Dramatics on Program for ivic League Mrs. Kennedy Makes Report of Welfare Group; Need Blankets for Needy. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 4.--Two high school girls presented readings before members of the Civic league yesterday. Feme Brooks gave the dramatic selection which awarded her second place in the local declam contest, "Ashes of Roses." Dorothy Debruyn read the humorous selection^ "A Football Fan." Erma. Pe- ters"bn, accompanied by Jean Sies- aeger, played a violin solo. Mrs. C. A: Pease also sang two numbers, "The Japanese Maiden" by Jessie Gaynor and "Garden of My Heart' by Francis Dorel. The membership committee of which Mrs. Gladys. Yelland is chairman, reported a total of 205 members at the business meeting which preceded the program. Mrs. R. B. Kennedy gave a detailed account of the work of the welfare committee. She covered the work of the committee in sending Christmas baskets to the needy and what is being accomplished by the committee at present. Daily calls are made by the committee to the rest room to answer wants. Several leyets have been furnished recently by Mrs. W. C. Carroll who is the head of the baby department. The need of woolen or cotton blankets was especially stressed by the chairman of the *Rare Specimen of Pheasant Is Put on Display by Verbeckmoes. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 4.--The popular Community building known for a wide variety of meetings held within its walls opened its eyes Wednesday morning to the crowing of the roosters and hens there on' display for the poultry show. Entries this year have doubled the number last year when the show was first inaugurated. Entries numbered 105, according to R. C. Meier. secretary of the local club. Announcement has been made of the open house which will be held Wednesday night at the. Community building for visitors who wish to look at exhibits. In addition to bird exhibits a display of canned and baked goods and grains is to be seen. Judging took place Wednesday noon by E. P. Rudd of the extension department of Iowa State college. Exhibits will be removed Wednesday noon to make ready for the illustrated lecture by F. A. Flood Thursday evening. ' Golden Pheasants Seen. A pen of Golden pheasants put on display by A. W. Verbeckmoes has awakened much interest. It contains two males and one female, all of an unusual variety in these parts. Golden heads, a patch of blue on their backs and deep red breasts make the male birds more beautiful than those of the ring-necked variety. Female birds are brown with a speckled cast. These birds were obtained from the south by Mr. Ver- beckmoes. A pair of ring-necked doves also was displayed by Mr. Ver- beckmoea. . Amocjj the chickens represented were Plymouth Rocks, , White Rocks, Rhode Islands Reds, Buff Rocks, Buff Orpington, White Orpington, White Mlnorcas, White Wyandottes, and Buff Minorcas. A group of chicks hatched recently was put on display with its mother by H. H. Walrod. VAiscovie, White Perkln and mallard ducks, pearl guineas, Toulouse jeese and rabbits are on display. Spring Hiking Makes Its Debut at Lake CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 4.--Seven members of the Chickagami Camp Fire group, together with their guardian, enjoyed the first hike of the year Tuesday afternoon. They walked about eight miles, cooked their dinners over a camp fire and returned by moonlight. Those participating were Delores Anderson, Eleanor Runcie, Anna Mae Jensen, Irene Gardner, Marlanna Frost, Lynette Comstock, Dorothy Clock and Helen Heridricka. d Sophs ·Seniors an Win in Intramurals CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 4.--Tho seniors nosed out the freshmen 14 to 12 in the opening intramural game held Tuesday afternoon. The fresh- ies led 10 to 4 at the half with the scoring machine of Nelson. Coe Hughes and Dawson, the seniors rallied, to uphold their dignity. The sophs also staged a comeback in the second half to defeat the ju niors 16 to 13. At the half the ju niors had the odds by ono basket Chapman was high scorer for junio and Beedle fov the seniors. Line-ups are: Senior -- Nelson Wctterling, Coe, forwards, Hughes Cookman, center; Gioscio, Tice Dawson, guards; freshmen--Millet Proctor, Fistler, forwards; Hiiej enter, DeWlggins, Vik reshmen; sophs -- Walsh, Martin, Beedle, onvards; Winnie, center; Beckett, Voodwiss, Bieber, guards; juniors -Brooks, Phillips, forwards; Chapman, center, Wick and Druley, guards. How Weak Nervous Women Grow Stronger Feel Better, LookYoonger and Have Steadier Nerve* If you only knew--you rundown, * anemic Cornea -- who arc dragging , yourself around on your nerve -- .what a wonderful increase in strength and health Tanlac will give you, you wouldn't hesitate a moment about going to*your druggist and getting a big bottle of this splendid medicine, Mrs. Dora Robutard, oE Bellinghara, Mass., R.F.D. I. Box 17, says:' I had no digestion nor appetite. Sick headaches laid, me u p in bed three days at a time. I couldn't even do light housework. Now 1 do all our coolung anrt wasting in addition to the other work. · Tanlac s as free from harmful drug^a as the water you drink--only Nature s own medicinal tonic herbs. Druggists know this and for the past 10 years have recommended it to men and women who need a quick ' pick up that will put them on their feet and givethem a new interest in life. , So confident are the makers of Tan- tac that if you arc not helped by it,' TOU get your money back on request. 1 C. L CALENDAR Local Youth Enrolls in Aviation School CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 4.--Boyd Harding', 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harding, 214 East Main. enrolled recently at the Lincoln Airplane and Flying school for a welding course. The course which Mr. Harding is taking will train him to do all kinds of welding, airplane and other types. Thursday--Rotary club meets at the I. O. O. F. hall. St. Margaret's Guild has luncheon at. the home_ o£__Irs. CJjai;les Rogers, East Main street. Illustrated lecture on South America at the Community building by Francis A. Flood. Twentieth Century club luncheon at the Cle'nr Lake Country club. D. of U. V. meet at I. O. O. F. hall. Friday--Operetta "Twilight Alley" by junior high at high school auditorium at 7:30 o'clock. Clear Lake vs. Lake Mills high school basketball at Lake Mills. Saturday--Clear Lake Vagabonds vs. Fertile Indians at the Community building. committee. A nominating committee com- G. L. EMMERT SONS 2nd Poland China Bred SOW SALE SATURDAY, FEB. 14, 1931, AT THE FARM DO YOU KNOW that in the Babcock Test of the breeds of hogs conducted at Ames that Poland Chinas led ALL breeds as the most profitable hog? DO VOIJ KNOW that one of the sires represented was sired by one of our herd boars and out ot a sow bred by us? DO you KNOW that the Spotted Poland China named among the winners used Big Type Poland Chinas on both sire and dam side of the pedigree which i: of the. same linage of breeding that predominates our herd? DO YOU KNOW that Poland Chinas lead all breeds in dressmg percentage aa reported by Armour's Livestock Bureau, taken over a period of 14 years? DO YOU KNOW that Poland Chinas lead in Ton litters? When better pigs are raised a Poland China sow will farrow them. YOU CAN NOW I'UOFIT by our experience as brcedeis of pure bred hogs since 1903. THESE SOWS ARK BRKD FOK MARCH AND APRIL FARROW. THEY AUK OUT OF T,AU;!C LITTERS, AVK.RAOING 10 3-7 FH1S TO THE LITTER. G. L. EMMEET and SONS COI,. \V. ,'.. M U K I ' I I V , Auctioneer ' WATCH FOR NEXT WEEK'S AD Spinal Meningitis Is Cause of Death of H. H. Wood's Son CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 4,.--Dale Roger Wood, 3 year old son of Harvey H. Wood, died early this morning. He has been ill since Fri; day, his death having been caused by cerebral spinal meningitis. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wood, who reside on a farm east of Clear ^ake, one brother, Walter Wayne, and three sisters, Catherine, Pauline and Arlene. Private funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock Thursday -afternoon at the rural home, Burial will be made in the Clear Lake cemetery. The Rev. J. R. Tumbleson will officiate. posed of Mrs. H. N. Halvorson, Mrs. Gladys Yelland and Miss Cynthia Taylor was appointed. The president, is Mrs. J. W. Pattie. Election of officers wil take place at the March meeting. Tlie hospitality committee headed by Mrs. A. A. Joslyn was in charge oC the program. Firo Department Called. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 4.--The fire department made a run to the home of J. H. Amundson, Division street, at 8 o'clock last evening. The sparks from a chimney burned a small hole in the roof. Mrs. Judd Celebrates Ninety-Fom-th Birthday CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 4.--Mrs. Jennie Judd is quietly celebrating her ninety-fourth birthday today at | the home of her only daughter, Mrs. John Werle, East Main. A group of relatives were to be guests at dinner today. Mrs. Judd has spent over 50 years in this vicinity. At present she is enjoying good health. She is suffering somewhat by deafness. I Park Theater CLEAU LAKE J STARTS THURSDAY Can it Man Love Two Women lit One Tlrhe" PASSION FLOWER with CHARLES BICKFORD KAY FRANCIS Last Timo Wednesday A LADY'S MORALS" Story ot Jenny IJnd FRIDAY and SATURDAY Only! Limited Number Factory Rebuilt Hoovers with Ball-Bearing, Beating - Sweeping - Brushes When New Were $65 NOW ONLY _*^^^^^^»__*^^^*^ iar VIA- .95 DOWN $2 a month Arrested, Sentenced Same Day. CEDAR RAPIDS, Feb. 4. (.'Pi- Arrested Monday morning, sentenced in district court on a plea ot guilty to forgery the same day, J. K. Anderson, 25, Dubuque, Monday night began a 15 year term in Fort Madison penitentiary. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Break Sleep If Getting Up Nights, Backache, frequent day callo, T-ae Pains, Nervousness, or Burning-, due to functional Bladder Irritation, In acid conditions, makes you foci iitea, def resuca and discouraged, try tha OyHtoi Tost. Works fast, atarta circulating thru the Byntem in 16 minutes. Praised by thousand!! for rapid andjtosltlve action. Don't give up. Try Cystex (pronounced S:.'js-tox) today, under tlia Tron-Clad. Guarantee, Must quickly allay thane conditions, Improve rent- fill sleep and energy, or money back. Only, 6aa at BKADY DKUG CO. A gimrtintenil buttery for $4.50, exchange. DeBruyn Super Service. · Mr. and Mrs.'B. H. Kioh and Mrs. W. D. Hurn left Wednesday morn- Ing for the south where they will spend the remainder o£ the winter. Mrs. Hurn will remain In Orlando and the Riches will stay at Hotel Cordova, St. Petersburg. Public ilnncc I. O. O. F. hnll Fri. night, Feb. 6. Hazel Hyde Huber Orch. Adm. fJOc. Ex. ladles 25c. Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r Dichlcr nnd Mrs. Ida Hendricks spent Wednesday at Elmore, Minn. Chris Axelson left Tuesday for Minneapolis for a busines trip. Our new silk dresses for spring are arriving daily, both prints and plain colors. See them before yoi buy--?6.75 to $15.00. The Family Store. Mlas Dorotliy Rimn'.e retitrnci Monday to Northfleld, Minn., after spending the 'week-end at the homi of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Runcic. She attends Carleton col lege. Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Klile huvi moved into the new house on Divi sion street recently built by H. Vik Don't Neglect Rectal Trouble Many people think that rectal troubles such as Piles, Fissure, TJ1- · Pruritus (Itching) have little bearing on the well being and icalth of the individual but records show that any person so afflicted s not up to his normal efficiency and reports from patients who have seen treated for these troubles show thatthey really did not know what real living was until after having their trouble taken care of. Rectal troubles cause nervousness, sleeplessness, constipation and many other ailments that make life a drudgery instead of n pleasure. Then the percentage of neglected cases that develop into incurable conditions is too great to take chances. Most all cases of Piles anc a large per cent of other recta troubles can be cured without much inconvenience to the patient. Dr Wilbert Shallenberger, specialist in rectal and chronic diseases, has ha' a long and successful experience in the ambulant treatment of Recta diseases. If you are afflicted It wll pay you to arrange to see him a your earliest convenience. Dr Shallenberger can be consulted a Mason City, Hotel Cerro Gordo Friday, February Oth. Examination free. An astounding offer for Friday k and Saturday only! Factory rebuilt HOOVERS at a fraction of the original cost. Every machine has been rebuilt in the Hoover factory. Each is equipped with ball-bearing, beating-sweeping b r u s h . Guaranteed one year. Pay $2 down and $2 monthly. Buy F r i d a y o r ' Saturday Sure! FULL Guarantee It Beats As It Sweeps--As. It Cleans Every Machine Has NEW BAG NEW BELT NEW CORD BALL-BEARING BEATING SWEEPING BRUSH Completely Overhauled New Mechanical Parts New Modern Features Peoples Gas Electric Co. "For Belter Appliances"

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