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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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DECEMBER 5 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FARMERS GO-OPERATING WHILE CORN LOAN TOTAL MOUNTS EXPECT IOWA TO GET 40 MILLION Report of Grain Purchases by Farmers Believed to Be Unfounded. Farmers in North Iowa were reported to be co-operating with corning reduction program aa loans on sealed corn continued to be made. Corn cribs in 41 counties of Iowa tore official seals as the total loans mounted to 5305,996. Grain traders in Chicago expressed interest-in a report which was received by Bartlett ' Frazier Company that farmers in the AI- Kona area have been holding their (Own- corn to obtain the government Joan of 45 cents a bushel while purchasing cash corn from country elevators for 32 cents a bushel. According to the-r«.port received in Chicago, the grain was being purchased for feeding purposes and i* was estimated around 2,000 bushels had been bought by farmers in that region the past few days. Transactions A'armal. A. checkup Tuesday at the Rising and Anderson elevators in Algona, however, indicated that only normal transactions were being conducted at those places. In one instance, it was said, a landlord was storing a quantity oe corn which he had collected as share rent, and the tenant was forced to buy grain. No special buying of grain by larmers was reported by Mason City elevators, where it was pointed out that when a farmer signs a loan contract he agrees to pay 45 cents a bushel for any corn he may have to buy. Led by a loan of ?135,594 to W. P. Adams of Odebolt, county warehousing boards certified loans totaling $241,882 Friday on 537,518 bushels of corn. The Adams loan, believed by officials to be the largest so far negotiated, was to be completed at Omaha Tuesday. Sealed in cribs on the Adams farm are 301,320 bushels of grain. Bate Will Mount. State officials predicted that by the end of the week the loans will reach ?I,000,000 a day and Indicated that the agricultural administration was planning to distribute between $40,000,000 and 500,000,000 to Iowa. Additional loans made in North Iowa included: Winnebago county--J. o. Os- hiuntLaon, Thompson, ?5H. .;,vWright .county--W. C. Tyrell, Bclmond, ?2,565; Nysco Boelm.vi, Belmond, $427.50; Home Yanney, iRenwick, 52,970; John Herberts, Belmond, $450; Joseph Kaufman and John Kaufman, Belmond, $540; Mike Luick, Belmond, 554; Emil Dahlgren, Belmond, $I',702.SO; Torger Nelson, Belmond, 5950. Palo Alto county--John Wegener, FairviUe, 53,600; John Graet linger, Graettdnger, ?490.50; J. M. Flaherty and C. C. Brownlee, Mallard, ?2,205; George Downs, Emmetsburg:, ,?1,320. Issued in Chickasaw. Chlckasaw county -- Vernon D. Laird, Nashua, 5665; L. G. Gongwer, New Hampton, $466.65. Franklin county--Charles Davis and J. C. Powers, Hampton, ?7SO. Kossuth county--Matt Hllbert of Bode, $540; Frank Besteniehner of Whittemore, $1,575. Butler county--Chris Kampmann, Dumont, $405; William Heii c of Clarksville, §675. Visitors From Chicago. SWALEDALE, Dec. 5.--Babe Busse .and friend of Chicago were week-end isitors with his parents. HERE AND THERE · * * * * * · · · « » » * « « » » ,, Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Guests of Sister. MARBLE ROCK--Mr. and Mrs. James Schears were guests at a dinner at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. W. M. Marshall, in Charles City. Returns to Wykolf. LYLE,, Minn--Mrs. Frank Sche- lich and son, Jackie, returned to Wykoff, Minn., Sunday having visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson. Return From Illinois. THORNTON--Merlin and Vernon Floy returned from a 10 day trip to Anchor, HI., where they visited their aunt, Mrs. Walter Brandt and her family. Visit at Austin. SWALEDALE--Mrs. George Ur- batoh and daughters, Virginia, and Victoria, were week-end visitors at Austin, Minn. Keturn From Madison. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. O H. Koc'v returned Sunday from Madison, Wls., where they visitec their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs. J. Russell Lane. Honored at Sunrise Party. CARPENTER--Mrs. Ida Taylor and Mrs. Stanley Sefert were hostesses at a surprise party Saturday evening at the Legion hall. Mrs John Platt was a guest of honor The event was in the nature of a farewell party. About 40 women were present. Mrs. Platt was former station agent^here and Is now a' Bixby, Minn., where they will move the coming week. Returns from St. Paul. LYLE. Minn.--N. C. Fortun re turned last week from St. Paul where he spent several days on business. Entertain at Tea. MANLY--Marjorie Bosworlh and Marion Benson entertained at an autnmn tea Saturday afternoon at the E. M. Benson home. Twenty guests were present. Are Parents of Son. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs Jako Krammer are parents of a son horn Dec. 1. Arrives From Montana. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. J. R. Carter arrived from her home !n Butte, Mont., to help care for her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred "Jrandt, Sc., who arc both in poor health. Enroll for Winter Term. THORNTON--Miriam Ingebretson, Martha and Dale Zickefoose left Sunday for Cedoj- Falls where the girls enrolled at State Teachers college for the winter quarter. Dale student there now. Miss Tnge- bretson attended Junior college a( Mason City two years. They were taken to Cedar Falls by Harold Zickefoose who remained for a visit. Father Seriously 111. DUMONT--The Rev. Fred P, Pfaltzgraff, Le Mars, the Rev. Philip Pfaltzgraff, Hubbard, and Allie Pfaltzgraff, Manly, visited their father, Philip Pfaltzgraff. Sr., who is still quite ill, Saturday. They also attended the funeral of an uncle, August Fasslev at Aredale. Return to Coe College. MANLY--Marlon Benson and her guest, Barbara Clausen, returned to Cedar Rapids Sunday to continue their studies at Coe college. They visited Marion's parent.';, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Benson. On Way to Wisconsin. SWALEDALE--Jack Fritz of Owen, Wis., visited his grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Roney, on his way home from California. Enters University Hospital. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Nute Carson left Sunday from Floyd for Iowa ""ity where she will enter the hospital for an operation. Miss Lizzie Johnson and her mother will have EDITOR SUCCUMBS charge of the home away. while she is Cntieura Soap Made of the purest materials and under the most sanitary conditions, contains delicately medicated and gently emollient properties which act aa a protection to the skin and aa a preventive of skin troubles. Ideal for daily use for all the family. Price 23c. Proprietors: TM Poilcr Drug Chemical Corp.. Maiden, Mais. Exi6e IS LONGER LIFE $725 9 EXCH. WHENIFSAN It's bnllt «o blc aJid of so m u c h better material t h a t f t liwtfl. So much longer life--will surprise yon I IDEX Battery Built by the makers of EXIDE *C QC Exchange Price . . . y J . J J Battery Department For testing;, recharging and repairing nil makes of batteries. Dependable service. JOE DANIELS MASTER SERVICE STATION Don't Cuss COO Corner First Street S. W. Fone Us ... UOO and Washington Avenue GOODYEAR WAREHOUSE Don't Cuss 1 A Q C Comer 2nd St. N. E. and Del. Fonc Us ... IfrOD Avc.--S. of New Postoffice J, S. J. B, Jeffries, who luid been identified with the Courier- Post at Hannibal, Mo., for 40 years, having: been editor and publisher for several years, died Monday morning. Mr. Jeffries was president of the Associated Press organization of Missouri at the time of his death. The funeral will le held Wednesday afternoon and will be attended by other publishers of the Lee organization. with which the Courier-Post was affiliated, including Lee P, Loomls of the Mason City Globe-Gazette. Visit at Mnrshalltown. GALT--Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Miller and family motored to Marshalltown to visit relatives. Mr. and Sirs. Mendonhall and Marylyn visited at Newton. Stunt Night Planned. G R A F T O N -- T h e high school will hold a stunt night Tuesday evening. Each grade and organizations of the town will participate. A carnival will also be held In connection with the stunt show. Will Move to Hnwardcn. SCARVILLE--R. N. Quist, station agent here, has been assigned to similar work in Hawarden. Having accepted the new position, Mr. Quist and family will move to Hawarden as soon as necessary preperations are made. Returns to North Dakota. BELMOND--Mrs. Tillman Soug- sted and Axe] Enger left for their home in Minot, N. Dak., Saturday. They had spent the past week here attending the funeral of their father, Syvert Enger and visiting relatives. Visit Sister at Rochester. OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. Eric Wahl drove to Rochester Sunday to visit their sister, Sirs. Howe who Is in a hospital there for treatment. Visitors From California. DOWS--Mrs. Oscar Johnson and two sons of Los Angeles, Cal., are visiting the Otis Johnson home and other relatives here and at Rowan. Pastor, Family Honored. GALT--The adult class of the Congregational church gave a pot luck supper at the basement honoring the Rev. Mr. Kilbourn and family of Eagle Grave, who has been filling the pulpit Sunday evenings. Each family surprised Mr. Kilbourn and family by giving gifts such as fruits, vegetables and some giving money. A program was given after supper. A large crowd attended. Xeadicr Is III. LONEROCK--Miss Evelyn Behrmann, fifth and sixth- grade teacher, was unable to return to her teaching Monday on account of illness. Miss Ardith Knoll is teaching during her abscence. Anniversary Celebrated. SCARVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Nels Stephens were .surprised Sunday when friends and neighbors gathered to help them celebrate their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. A program was given at the Synod church parlors with the Rev. j. A. Peterson officiating. Move From Canada. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Presholt from Davidson, Saskatchewan, Canada, have moved into rooms on the second floor at the home of Mrs. Mary Roath. Tnlks on "nobbles." CLARION--The Monday club was entertained by Mrs. Ross Mechem at the L. N. Archard home Monday afternoon. Mrs. Edward Erickson gave a short talk on "Hobbles," and followed it with a demonstration of the method she uses in making hooked rugs, her hobby. Moving From Farm. OTRANTO--The John Klusmeler family is moving- to Otranto and will occupy the Hatchery building during- the winter. Returns to Home. VENTURA--Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Ritsan and daughter. Eleanora find sons Vernon and Kenneth of Ventura returned from Luverne unday evening after visiting rela- :lves and friends. Visitor From Washimrrnn. RUDD--Mrs. Nolle Eldridge of Port Angeles, Wash.. Is visiting her friend, rMs. Anna Hodge. Returns From Visit, CARPENTER--Supt. and Mrs. H. H. Smith returned from a visit with his parents at Newberg. Will Be Hostesses. STILSON--Women having birthdays In the fourth quarter of the year will be hostesses to the U. B. Ladles Aid society Thursday afternoon at the church. Visitors From Des aiolnes. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cronkuright of Des Moinea spent Sunday at the parental H. H. Carr home. Visitor From Elgin. FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs. Stover, Elgin, 111., and son spent the weekend with their daughter, Mrs. Darrel Curry and husband. Ill With Scarlet Fever. CORWITH--Wallace Caldwell, 17, son of H. V. Caldwell east of town, Is H! with scarlet fever. Return From Sioux City. BURT--O. P. McDonald, and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald and little daughter returned yesterday from Sioux City where they had visited several days at the C. E. McDonald home. Book lie-view Given. GARNER--Following a 1 o'clock luncheon in the home of Mrs. Walter Sherman Pritchard served by Mrs. Betty Grobaty and Mrs. S. J. Oberhauscr, the Women's Progressive club was given a book review by Mrs. Winnifred Bradwell. Twin Sons are Born. OSAGE--Twin boys were born Dec. 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Oris Golberg- at Savre hospital. Lightning Kills Horse. GARNER--Lightning Saturday night, killed a horse belonging to Thomas J. Hain near Corwlth. The barn on the Osmund Osheim farm southwest of Forest City was damaged but did not ignite. Both losses were reported to O. K. Maben, secretary of the Farmers Mutual Insurance company. IjCave- for Minneapolis. WODEN--W. W. Dirksen and Henry Weiland of Britt left for Minneapolis, Minn., Monday where they will spend a few days. Visitors From Detroit. ARMSTRONG--Mr. and Mrs, L. R. Beardsley of Detroit, Mich., are in the B. S. Knutson home. Anniversary Observed. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. James Hutzell entertained a party of friends at their home on Saturday evening, their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Return to Iowa City. WESLEY--Dr. and Mrs. Alson Broley have returned to their home at Iowa City following a vacation of nearly a week's time with his parents, Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Braley. Daughter Is Born. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rose are the parents of a daughter born Thanksgiving morning. This ia their second child. Hold Annual Supper. GALT--The local I. O. O. F. and Rebekah lodges held their annual supper Thursday evening. Cards and dancing furnished the evening's entertainment. Returns From Iowa City. LATIMER--Mrs. Martha Christensen, returned home Sunday, after visiting at Iowa City with her daughter, Miss Eva Christensen, who is in nurses' training hospital there. Family Iteunlon Held. FERTILE--A family reunion of the late John Purcell's children was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Purcell Sunday. The guests of honor were M,r. and Mrs. Ed Purcell of Willmar, Minn., who arrived Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving here with relatives and old friends. Visit at Iowa City. BELMOND--L. M. Holland . and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Otto Holland, and mother-in-law, Mrs. F. E. Purcell, motored to Iowa City Sunday to visit Ronald Purcell who is ill in the University hospital. Young Purcell has heen in the reforestra- tion camp at Fairfield, and was taken seriously ill last Tuesday. His condition was gome better Sunday. They also visited Otto Holland, who is confined in the sanitarium at Oakdale. Returns to College. BELMOND--The following left fc: their various colleges Sunday after visiting their parents here: Randall Klemme for Grinnell; George Goelz, Jr., and Stan ton Christie for Ames. These two boys entertained a fraternity brother, Bill Peters, whose home is in MaRfiachusetts; Duane Packard, Harley Hammond, Sam Lclnbach and Eddie McNulty for the University at Iowa City; and the Misses Doris Parsons. Amelia Greenlander and Jean Elder for the State Teachers' college at Cedar Falls. Are Parents of Son. RUDD--An eight and one half pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harm Bohlen Sunday evening-. Visits in TV'eir York. DOWS--Mrs. Harry Avery, wife of the telegraph operator. Is visiting her parents in New York city. Car Turns Over. FERTILE--M. F. Penrod was in- iured and his car was damaged Friday night on his way to Sebeka, Minn. When within about 2 miles of his farm his cur skidded down a grade and turned over l',i limes. Returns to Tluhuque. WODEN--Jack Strong of Du- juque returned home Monday after laving visited at the Charles Eden home. ]. A. Smith, Pioneer Resident of Goldfield Vicinity, Is Buried GOLDFIELD, Dec. 5.--J. A. Smith, 87, a resident of this vicinity for more than 60 years, who died at his home here after a short illness was buried yesterday afternoon. He first came to this vicinity m 1873, moving to a farm he had purchased four years previously in the Evergreen neighborhood where he resided until 1917 when he retired, moving to Goldfield, where he since resided. Five children survive. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church with the Rev. \V. S. Handy in charge. Burial was made in the family lot in Glenwood cemetery. Mrs. Streeper Funeral to Be Held Wednesday at Home Near Garner GARNER, Dec. 5 Funeral services for Mrs. Steve P. Streeper 70 will be held at the home in Ellington township at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in charge of the Rev. I' O. Ward, Methodist minister of Forest City. Mrs. Streeper died at her home early Sunday morning. She had been confined to her bed for the past two years and for 16 years had suffered with rheumatism and complications. Weltha Ann Smith was born at Decorah. she came with her parents, traveling by covered wagon, and settled in Ellington township in 1875. She was married to Steve 5 INDICTED IN ALGONA COURT Charged With Cigaret and Dry Violations, Fraud and Larceny. ALGONA, Dec. 5--The November term of court was again resumed yesterday after the Thanksgiving vacation, with Judge Heald of Spencer on the bench. Five indictments were returned yesterday. E. G. Joy £or violation of the cig- aret law; Fred Brethorst for illegal possession of intoxicating- liquor; Bruce Peck for grand larceny; John Wright for obtaining property under false pretense and John Steil for illegal possession of intoxicating liquor. Howard Young Democrats Will Hear Fred Biermann CRESCO, Dec. 5.--Representative Fred Biermann of Decorah Is scheduled to address the meeting of the newly organized Young Democrats of Howard county at Cresco Thursday evening. P. Streeper 52 years ago next month. They have lived on the same form within three miles of her father's homestead for 40 years. Surviving are her husband three children, Clarence end Mrs. Lulu Tompkins of Ellington township and Claud of Denver, Colo., who arrived today. Burial will be in Ellington township cemetery. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About the State You Aro Proud to Call Vour Own! An increase of 8 per cent in receipts was shown for 21 Iowa fairs answering a questionnaire sent out by A. R. Corey. HUNGER FINED IN OSAGE COURT Pleads Guilty; Hearing for Cecil Morse Will Be Held Wednesday. OSAGE, Dec. 5.--In district court hero yesterday, Judge T. A. Beardmore presiding, S. A. Munger, former banker of Sumncr, In a change of venue from Bremer county, pleaded guilty to a charge of receiving deposits while bank was insolvent. He was fined $250 and costs. Cecil Morse, who was held on a statutory charge, pleaded not guilty. His case ts set for hearing Wednesday. Gladys ticker President. GRAFTON, Dec. 5.--The Luther league held Us annual meeting Sunday night. Officers elected were: President, Gladys TTcker; vice president, Harvey Boettchen; secretary, Marcella Trettin; treasurer, Elsbeth Hackhart; l i b r a r i a n , George Jorgenson. 150WINNEBAGO MEN BEGIN WORK Quota Raised After County Chairman Confers With State Group. FOREST CITY, Dec. 5.--One nun- dred and fifty persons were put to work on CWA projects In Winne. bago county yesterday and today. All the projects were stopped Friday afternoon because the number of men to be employed exceeded the- county quota of 107. Dr. H. F. Thompson, county CWA. chairman, drove to Des Molnes and obtained an increase in the quota to 150. Work was started on eight projects. The county will gravel a number of miles of road In the county employing men. Fifteen men will redecorate and repair the courthouse. In Forest City 12 men will work on the cinder track at the athletic park. Thompson put 20 to work on the addition to the school building. Buffalo Center will complete it storm sewer oroject with 18 men. Laka Mills Is using 12 men on the grade crossing Improvement. Scarville will use two men on street improvement and Rake tins been assigned three men for the same purpose. Stolen From Station. LONEROCK, Dec. 5.--The Standard Oil bulk station was broken into Sunday night and a half barrel of oil was taken. WE HAVE BILLS... BUT ·WEVE FORGOTTEN WHAT AC4R REPAIR BILL LOOKS LIKE W« DO OUR PAKT Peggy.- "You recoil, Ted, the talk we had when you turned She ear money over fo me--how you warned me not lo be 5oo confident of oil and gas claims until I tried them out? If didn't take me long to learn what values an oil or gas had fo have. Then I selected Conoco Germ Processed Mofor Oil because of its penelralive quality, for it was plain to see thi« was reol motor protection. According fo your cousin Paul, who buys if for his company's trucks, Conoco produces an oil ai fine as anyone could, and then they Germ Process it--a patented method of adding oiliness that only Conoco can use." Ted: "How does it work?" Peggy: "Drive three hundred miles after It is fint put in your car. Check if and you will find about a quart of oi! apparently mining--they call this Ihe 'Hidden Quart,' for it stays up in your motor ond never drains away. The oil has penetrated the metal, producing a continuously oily surface." Ted: "Peggy, ihat accounts for our not havmo repair biffs! What gasoline do you buy?" Peggy: "I buy Conoco Bronze, for if also proved itself better than others. Has cold morning starling bothered our car? Haven't you said, 'The old bus runs like a charm 1 --haver.'* you bragged of its pep? Well, thank Conoco for that, as well at for more miles to the gallon, more power and anti-knock. Both Conoco gas and oil are splendid--and unequalled for ·winter driving. And we certainly have saved money." THAT'S SO, MARY, SVIR SIHCt WEVt USED CONOCO JACK AMD (PITH ARE ALWAYS COMPlftlNlHGABOUTTHEJ I UTEUEOITH ABOUT CONOCO SHEU DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT I KNOW W£U, JACK THINKS tVIK GOOD GAS AND OILS ARE ALL CONOCO at Full motor protection, especially in cold motor starting, can be found only in Conoco Germ Processed (Paraffin Base) Motor Oil because the penetrative oiliness, colled "Tfie Hidden Quart" staysupin your motor and never drains away. Conoco Germ Processed Oil is the highest grade motor oil obtainable... the paraffin base crude oil sources, the scientific skill ond the most modern of refineries combine to make it so. Then it is Germ Processed w i t h on exclusive Conoco formula. Instant Starting and Lightning Pick-up can best be obtained with Conoco Bronze Gasoline, and without sacrifice of Long Mileage, Greater Power and Anti-Knock advantages- For cold weather starting it cannot be excelled --all the possible fuel needs of modem can have been fulfilled at no, increase in price. It can be easily identified by its bronze color but you must be sure it is Conoco Bron« Gasoline for only in this way can its advantages of unusual performance and greater economy be obtained. When planning a trip for business or vacation, write tlie Conoco Travel Bureau, Denver, Colo., America's largestFree Travel Bureau. PHONE 888 CHAS. M. GUNDERSON DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES AND DISTRIBUTORS FIRESIDE FUEL CO. PHONE 1011 S. FEDERAL AVE FRANK L RYAN

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