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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 12, 1934
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FEBRUARY 12 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ^^^ * _ _ - , _ - ' ~ ~ --' -- -- -- NINE CATTLECONTROL PROGRAM WOULD GREATLY AFFECT IOWA A m f t t f t I Jfc K · I M V f f M K J K M M " ' - - - ' - ,-T-jTLa: _ _ . . " ---- -- . . . GANNON EXPECTS PRODUCTS CUT Also Anticipates Bonus on Cattle Suffering From Tuberculosis. AMES, Feb. 12. W)--Iowa could be as directly affected by a cattle production control program as by S the current corn-hog campaign be- 111^ ' C. Y. Cannon of Iowa State Ico). »' animal husbandry depart- Imem. j Dr. Cannon, dairy cattle special- (st, believes there will undoubtedly \e a reduction from 5 to 15 per :eut in dairy products prodviced in |he state in an attempt to restore jairy products prices. A measure defining cattle as a commodity and making cattle '- for a production control now Is pending in con- lably the means the secre agriculture will use In re- U the number of dairy cattle is neans of testing- cattle and . all owners of diseased ani- a bonus of from $15 to J20 each affected cow," Cannon said. In order to collect this bonus the . attle owner will have to sign a { contract to reduce his milk prcV .-·- tion by about 15 per cent, although the definite percentage has not been set as yet. Thus herds free from tuberculosis nj.ay not be reduced in size by the new bill. Throughout low a it should not reduce the pi duction of milk more than five per cent." ' Aredale Evangelical Pastor's F u n e r a l Is Conducted in Waterloo WATERLOO, Feb. 12. #--Funeral services for the Rev. Lewis F Smith, 72, Arednle, for 63 years an Evangelical minister in northeastern Iowa, were held today at First Evangelical church. He died here Friday. Lenker and Moore Ask for Rehearing of Conspiracy Case S -MOINES, Feb. 12. UFt--No- r-asking for a rehearing- of the 5 of J. W. Lenker and Paul ire, convicted of conspiracy as a l of the 1931 " ca «le war," was xf ^ttflA -"*"·». ^tx».i.«; war, was Si\ W? F' toda y ftt Attorney General I/i f(5'Cnnor's office. » The men filed the notice of ap- Ptjal Saturday. They were sentenced tp'_three years la the penitentiary ;' ithe alleged cons^racy to violate '. ·..·~ir bovrne tuberculoiis test law in 1«32. The supreme court recently denied their appeal. Their application for rehearing will be argued before the court In April. 3 Directors of Kanawha v%!! Farm Produce Re-Elected KANAWHA, Feb. 12._The annual meeting of the Farmers' Produce i company -,vas held Saturday. Three . \ directors, Dan Abbas, E. O. Eliason 1 | and Elmer Engstrom, were re-elected. H E R E A N D T H E R E * * · * * * * * * * * * * * « * » * » Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Given Surprise Party. L.ATIMER, Feb. 12.--About 6 relatives and friends of Mr. an Mrs. Eamnel Dohrman, north Latimer, surprised them at a fare well party. Mr. and Mrs. Dohrma are leaving the farm. They are no visiting a few days at Shenandoal with Mrs. Dohrman's relatives. Toured In South. ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. Fran Proven from Jamestown, N. Dak are visiting to. the R. H. Keith horn They have been touring the south ern states. Faticitif)tn Sanitarium. ROCKFOR'A--The Rev. P. J. La Valette, pastr of Sacred Hear Catholic church, la a patient in th St. Joseph's sanitarium at Di buque, suffering: an attack of flu Honored ut Shower. WESLEY--Miss Frances War was- honored at a bridal shower Sa urday afternoon. She will becom the bride of Leander Scefeld in th near future. Daughter Is Born. MANLY--A 10 pound girl wa born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs Roy Trettin of Grafton at the horn of Mrs. Trettin's mother, Mrs. J. C Bulirer. Recovering After Operation. ELMA--Miss Frieda. Bentrup 1 convalescing at the home of he father, the Rev. H. A. Bentrup after a major operation at Siou City, where s' a is liking nurses training. ' Meat at Nelson Homo. OSAGE--The Burr Oak Women' Mutual Improvement club membei entertained their husbands at th Nels Nelson home Friday evening There, were 43 present. Two one ac plays, the first, "To Late fo Rochestershire" given ty Mr. an Mrs. Roy Funk, and "A Bit O' Blu Ribbon" given by Mmes. LC Church, IAyd Swann and Luvern Markham, t. reading by Mrs. Wi liam Harmon and a vocal duet b Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McSwcenej accompanied by Mrs. W. I. Lybarg er were on the program. I! iturns From Rochester. FROTIVIN--Mrs. Frank T Chyle returned home from Roche: ter, where she had an operation Will Zashashy, north of Protivin, i in the Rochester hospital where h la taking treatments. Mrs. Beecher Hostess. ELMA--Mrs. J. F. Beecher wa hostess at a bridge party Frida afternoon at her home. Three ta bles' of bridge were played. Mrs Ward Cook won first prize aijd Mrs H. A. Bloom won second. Training Class Begins. OSAGE--A leadership t ^ class began its sessions Sunday eve nlng at tlie Baptist church. Th subject of this study is "The Teach er's Appreciation of the Old Testa ment. Buried at SIsseton. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich left Sunday morning fo Minneapolis to pick up her sister, and a brother enroute to SIsseton Dak., where they were called owing to the death of their father W. E. Keopke, 87, who died Satvir lay morning. Funeral services wer icld at SIsseton Monday afternoon Visits at Madrid. MANLY--Perry Webb, teller n :he Manly State bank, spent thv week-end with his parents at Mad-id. NOW TAKE OFF FAT easier and faster NEW CONDENSED JAD SALTS COSTS ONLY li A DAY TO LOSE A POUND OF FAT A DAY You Can Eat Your Fill and Yet Grow Thin by this Qjick Jad M e t h o d : |j S CIENTISTS have just announced ^ a remarkable discovery which en- f. ables the fat person to grow thin at 3 cost so small that it hardly need be consideredl Indeed, in this way you can eat 3 full meals daily and lose -- comfortably-- 33 much as a FULL POUND EVERY DAY! All for about itf a wetk! AH You Do ),\ Jt' 3 amazingly easy. You Just do two IV simple things. Get a bottle of the new ·./.}· Comlemed JAD Salts and take a tea* spoonful in a glass of water before breakfast Make two small changes Indict -- as explained in the folder inside the Condensed JAD package vou get That's ail. You look pounds lighter from the first day, for the Condcnud JAD Salts Danishes excess moisture weight and all puffiness and bloat at oncl And thesystem is quickly cleared of toxins and depleting poisons . . . y« j 0tl never need know a hmpy moment. Month's Supply Only 60)il Just ask for the new Condensed JAD Salts at any druR store. A month's supply ,3 only 60(i. You actually can follow this famous scientific plan fa 3* a ;*?* Do n't T .forEet: ask for tf]e Condensed JAD Salts. Begin the quick Jad Method of reducing-tomorrow morning. The Con- denied J AD S al ts-remembe r-is u rge d as a poison-banishing banish unhealthy bloating and to eliminate body moisture--not ' as a reducing one. LAST LINCOLN GUARD Hero Is Smith Stimnicl of Furgo, K. Dali., who Is believed to bo the last surviving member of Lincoln's bodyguard. Stlmmel, one of the oldest graduates of Ohio Wesley on university, Delaware, Ohio, recently celebrated his ninety-first birthday. Is Stocking- Groceries. GENEVA--Amos Larson is put ting in a stock of groceries in hi meat market. Suffering From Pneumonia. SEXTON--Jessie, little daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amor ia quite ill with pneumonia. Kntcrtulns nt Bridge. SWEA CITY--Mrs. A. J. Chris! onsen entertained at bridge Fr day at nine tables. Mra. O. Chris tianson of Ringated won hlg- score. Miss Katheryn Crause secon high. Will Blect Wednesday. DUMONT--The- February meet ing of the Legion auxiliary will b iield Wednesday afternoon with Mn Dave Noelting. Assisting hostesse will be Mrs. Jud Hartgravcs, Mrs, Vern Marly and Miss Letha Me Kinney. Guest From Waukon. GARNER--Mrs. Leo Phillips o Waukon is visiting in the home o lior mother, Mrs. O. S. Mitchell while Mr. "hillips is attending t, clothiers' convention at Mason City Held at Stone Home. LUVEUNF. -- The Progressive Woman's club met Friday afternoon it the country home of Mrs. Ra' Stone. Four members wore ateen on account of illness. Mrs. A. Zwci fel and 5Irs. Wilma Mosher read capers. League Presenting Play. GREENE--The local Luther cag-uo will present a three act com edy "The Gay Pretenders" at tb church Monday night. Siems Is Recovering. GENEVA--Henry Siems, whose "ace was quite badly burned when the match he used to inspect hLs radiator ignited the alcohol in It s much improved. Honored With Party. GRAPTON--Mrs. Ray 'Buechele was honored at a birthday party Friday evening held at the home of Miss Irene Paulas. Crystal Lake Woman Is Buried at Waukon CRYSTAL LAKE, Feb. 12 Fu oral services were conducted Fri ay morning- at the M. E. church or Mrs. Ben Steffen, who dieO rom heart disease. The Rev. Ada . of Wall Lnke, a former pasto ere, had charge of the service, assisted by the Rev. Joseph Hutching ocal pastor, nnd the Rev. Earnest IJtanworth of San'oom, another ormer pastor. Mrs. Steffen is sur- Ived by her husband and an only istcr, Beth Brooks, an Invalid, who made her home with Mr. and Mrs tcffen. The hotly Vaukon for burial. token to Vfarble Rock Elevator Renames Garber Head MARBLE ROCK, Feb. 12.--The annual meeting of the Farmers' Elevator company was held on Sat- rday afternoon at the Odd Fellows all. J. S. Garber was re-elected resident, Loui.i '^.audt was rc-elec- ed secretary. The articles of Incor- oration of this company expire In fay, but it was decided at this leetlng to reorganize the company. Curlew Youth Dies. EMMETSBURG, Feb. 12.--Edund Molloy, 18, son of Mrs. Pat- ck Molloy, residing on a farm near urlew, died In the Palo Alto county ospital here Saturday night, fol- wing an operation two weeks ago. Moving From Walters. KIESTER, Minn.--The Thomas Haddy family of Walters will move to Kiester as soon as a house obtained. Mr. Haddy runs a store is . . here and at Walters. Visitor From Minneapolis. SHEFFIELD-- Aehton Carhart, Minneapolis, spent the week-end with hla mother, Mrs. H L. Carhart. Visitor From Chicago. ACKLET -- Mrs. John Oliver of Chicago is here visiting- her sister and brother, Miss Edith and Alfred Berg. She will remain until her sister, Edith, returns from Rochester, Minn., where she was taken to the clinic. Birthday Is Observed. ROWAN-- Mrs. n. H. .Keith entertained members of the Masonic lodge and their wives of the com munity in honor of Mr. Keith's birthday. Attend G. O. P. Kally. ROCKFORD-- Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Leigh and Mrs. A. W. Dunkelberg attended the republican rally at Des Molnes Monday. Submits to Operation. WESLEY-- Irvin Haynes accompanied by his mother and brother, Mrs. P. C. Hfrynes and Hartey drove to Rochester Saturday where he submitted to an operation for the removal of a tumorous growth in his throat. He will remain In Rochester for three weeks. Visits In Minneapolis. MANLY -- Soren S. Westly, Jr., spent the week-end in Minneapolis visiting- friends and relatives. Honored on Blrthdav. KANAWHA-- Mrs. Nils A. Gangsei was honored on her birthday Saturday by the women of the Lutheran Ladies Aid in the church parlors. Mrs. Gangsei is wife of the pastor of the church. Visit In Des Molnes PROTIVIN-- Mrs. J. D. Bousha, son Clarence, Edward Svaboda, Mrs. Will Kovartk and Dick Kalishek are visiting In Des Molnes with the Howard county representative. J. D. Bousha. Guest From St. Paul. SHEFFIELD-- Miss Eliza Wunn, St. Paul, spent the week-end with her father, John Wunn. Wedding Anniversary' Observed LATIMER-- Mr. and Mrs Gram- sted, residing near Bradford, motored to Latimer and helped Mr and Mrs. L. W. Hambly celebrate their twenty-second wedding anniversary Flan Birthday Party STILSON-- The U. B. Ladles Aid will have a first quarter birthday party in the church basement Thursday afternoon. The hostesses are Mrs. Emery Long-, Mrs. Sarah Izzard, Mrs. Ed Williams, Mrs. Warren Mclntlre, Mrs. William Nail Mrs. Russel Nail, Mrs. Maynard Nail and Mrs. Fred Matoon. Will Start Farming. SWEA CITY-- More than 300 friends of Mr. ajid Mrs. L. Ferguson enjoyed a dance at the American Legion hall. Mr. and Mrs. John Scheuler entertained their many friends the next night at a dance at the Legion hall. These two young couples are prominent In this community and will begin farming March 1 near Swea City. Visitor From Wisconsin. GRAFTON-- -Alvin Boettcher of Chippewa Falls, Wis., is visiting- his cousin, Harvey Boettcher. Daughters are Born. LTJVERNE-- Mr. and Mrs. Rieh- ird Wcgner are parents of a girl born Thursday and Mr. and Mrs, Saylord Wills are parents of B daughter bom at the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Returns From Iowa City GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--Claude McQuatters returned from low.' City where he went for consultatio at the University hospital. fndoor Carnival Planned SWEA CITY--Extensive ar- -tmgcments are being made for the ndoor carnival sponsored by the American Legion and American Leg-ion auxiliary Tuesday night, Feb. Mother Seriously ni. VENTURA--Albert Edmundson of Winona, Minn., la visiting hla mother, who has been seriously II] 'or the past month. Another son, Edward of Madelia, Minn., and a daughter, Mrs. Carrie McMinn, 'rinceton, Minn., returned to their lomes after spending a few days vith their mother, Mrs. Edmund- jon. Program, Social Planned. RUDD--Tlie Ladies Aid will hold a pie social In the M. E. church msement Wednesday evening. A rogram will he presented. Visitor Over Week-End SHEFFIELD--Milo Rodemeyer, Uinneapolis, spent the week-end vith his parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. I. Rodemeyer. Honored at Shower. LEDYARD--A large crowd at- endcd a miscellaneous shower Sat- irday afternoon, held at the home f Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, n honor of 'Miss Opal Dorsey. A rogram waa given. Leave for Pine City. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Roberts Whitmore who were reentry married, left for Pine City Minn., where Mr. Whitmore owns farm. They will be engaged in arming this year. Mrs. Monsscn WHEELERWOOD--The Rlver- Ide club met with Mrs. J. Maassen Vednesday. The project lesson Is o be given at the next meeting to e held with Mrs. Frank Pope and Mrs. Will Pope. Cresco Shippers Have Good Year; Schleuter Is Renamed President CRESCO, Feb. 12.--The annual meeting- of the United Shippers ol Cresco, held ta the courthouse hall Saturday afternoon, showed a successful year's business, with a refund to stockholders of $1,910. New directors elected were James Svo- borla and J. E. Fravel; William Stopperan wag re-elected. Other directors holding over are Charles Curtis, H. W. Schleuter, Ray Webber, W. R. Ashley, William Wilson and Will Mullen. Following the general meeting-, the board of directors met and re-elected H. D. Schleuter, president, Cha.-les Curtis was elected vice president and James Svo. boda, secretary. Cresco Woman's Body Is Buried at Austin ORESCO, Feb. 12.--Funeral service was held Sunday afternoon wlU the Rev. John Gammons officiating for Mrs. R. A. Register, 67, who died Friday. Born in the Btato 01 New York Oct. 31, 1857, she had been twice married. She ia survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs Ayner Brown of Cresco, Mrs. Babcock of Fort Dodge, and a son, Ray Pierce of Minneapolis. Burial was at Austin, Minn., Monday. More and more it appears certain the world waa created In six days, because there were no efficiency experts hanging around.-McPherson Republican. CONFERENCE AT GRINNELL OPENS Prominent Speakers Are on 3 Day Congregational Church Sessions. GRINNELL,, Feb. 12. (UP)--The twentieth annual three day fellowship conference of the Iowa Congregational clergy and laymen got under way here today with three nationally prominent speakers on the lecture program. Dr. Charles E. Burton, secretary of the general council of Congregational and Christian churches, New York City, will bo the conference lecturer. His general theme for the lectures at IX a. m. each day is "The Spiritual Life of the Minister." Dr. Ernest Tittle, pastor of the famous First Methodist church of Evanston, 111., is the Gates memorial lecturer, and his general theme embraces the idea of "Tensions in Religion." Dr. Tittle's five lectures are calculated to draw many lowans to the conference. Prof. Arthur E. Holt of the Chicago Theological Seminary completes the triumvirate of noted speakers at the local assembly. Professor Holt gained wide recognition recently for his work among the farmers during the Chicago milk strike. He speaks at the opening forum, using as his subject, "The Church and the Agrarian Situation." YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Dally About Iho State You Are Proud to C'all Your Own! The per capita wealth for Iowa is ?4,617. The per capita wealth for the remainder of the United States Is ?2,921. Goetzinger of Ionia Gives Alta Vista Talk ALTA VISTA, Feb. 12.--About 100 were seated in the Forester hall for the annual Commercial club banquet and program. The Rosary society of St. Bernard's church served the dinner. E. J. Weber, president of the club, was toastmaster. The Rev. Charles A. Goetzinger of Ionia waa the guest speaker. His talk touched on the problems confronting the small towns of today. Supt. D. B. Stubhs delivered a short talk, Mrs. Gus Alt and Misa Marie Radtke sang a vocal duet, Miss Ada Reinhart read and the Rev. H. O. Thompson, the Rev. A. F. Karsten Vincent Reinhart and Waldon Piehn were in a quartet. 3,500 Cars Licensed. GARNER, Feb. 12.--According to County Treasurer, R. L. McMillin, there were 3,300 automobile licenses issued up until Saturday afternoon. Three hundred and fifty trucks were licensed. During 1032 there were 3,700 automobiles licensed and 45C trucks. LEGIONNAIRES IN FOURTH GATHER Rally and Lincoln Birthday Observance Are Held at Oelwein. OELWEIN, Feb. 12. (UP)--Five hundred members of the fourth Iowa district of the American Legion were In Oelweln today to celebrate the birthday of Abraham Lincoln and their annual rally simultaneously. Leo Duster, Cedar Rapids, state department commander, was scheduled to make the main address of the day before the war veterans. Following roundtable discussions and a general session in the afternoon, a parade "with all the trim- mln's" was elated for 5:30 p. m. A banquet and entertainment in the evening were expected to round off the day's ceremonies. L. R. Whtpple, secretary of Clausen-Worden post of Mason City, left Monday morning for Oelwein, accompanied by George Troth, commander of the Northwood post, and Elmer Giillickson, also of Northwood. Other members of the local post were expected to leave in the afternoon in order to be present at the evening meeting of tha conven- t Irtw tion. It is no disgrace to accept CWA money. All professional men get paid whether they do any good or not.--Cedar'Hnplds Gazette. ESPECIALLY GOOD AT 55 AND 60 BECAUSE IT CAN DO OVER 80 ELEVEN BODY TYPES $ 515 u p (F.O.t. Dtlrnlt. H,, IrtliH, jiltstry end lax. Bumfm **J ipart lirr exlra, COMCP*- · i»r irrmi tkraulk A,k,r- IstJ ford Flnanct rim if CrrJit Company.) THE New Ford V-8 will do--easily and accurately--over 80 miles an hour. But it is not likely that you will ever need to go that fast. This top speed means that in ordinary, cvcry-day driving you get the ease and safety of great reserve power. Jt means that your car is not straining itself at 50, 55 or 60. The New Ford V-8 is mighty smooth in that range because it has the reserve power to go a lot faster. That means efficient, economical running without strain or vibration. The advantages of a high- speed car are not in the speed. P. S.-- tord speed is honest speed. The speedometer is not "fixed" to mislead you. The limit of \ariation, for speedometers, a limit that cannoc be avoided ia ... No car is so easy to handle. New I5-to-l steering gear ratio makes steering easier A car designed to do 80 miles an hour easily must be extra strongly built. It must "have a better and stronger steering gear. It must be correctly poised and balanced. Body, wheels, springs, axles, frame, brakes--all must be of the best design and greatest strength. Everything must be up to the 80-mile- an-hour standard to give you superlative performance at lower speeds. Drive the comfortable New Ford V-8 for 1934 and sec how this extra power gives you extra pleasure and motoring satisfaction. And extra economy too. W LISTEN IN--FORD DEALER RADIO PROGRAM . . , Every Sunday night at 7:30 and every Thursday night at 8:30. Columbia Broadcasting System. FORD FRED WARING AND HIS PENNSYLVANIANS, with well-known guest stars. A half-hour of glorious music twice a week.

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