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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 11, 1935
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«s ft TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 11 1935 t tt a nl ei ai si is w : tj (ji '§' ra ··ti fo to; cb pa J 1 ad ed pe SO! (A i;: 2. 3. *·,: 7. s: 9,. 10 th ne: pu thi tb : am pis D on us tio: tes tte unl fro CORN IN NORTH IOWA BOOMING Rapid Growth Is Reported t Reed by Counties in Section. Corn ia North Iowa has bee; booming in growth in recent days reports, from various counties t Charles D. Reed, editor of the low Weather and crop bulletin, indicat ed. Reports were: MITCHELL (Osage)--Corn mad. good growth; most corn on gooi land better than knee high; sonn hip-high; later planted corn on we land very much behind and littl chance of making much corn; smal grains unusually tall and some lodged; clover and timothy hay be ing cut and is big crop. WINNEBAGO (Forest City)-Good week for field work; corn wil soon all be "laid byj" mostly knee high or higher and generally clean good color first cutting alfalfa mostly in stack or mow; some clo ver and "timothy being cut; new po tatoes on market and promise big crop; oats and all small grain head ing; large heads. Makes Rapid Growth. KOSSUTH (Algona) -- Warm good growing week; corn making rapid growth where clean, but nof so god where grass and weeds go' start; second crop alfalfa making fine start; most everyone cultivat ing corn; oats look good, but some W H E N Y O U R D A U G H T E R C O M E S TO Mrs. Marie White now. If she is pale, listless and weak, have her take lydia E. Piok- ham's Vege- t a b l e Compound regularly for file n e x t f e w m o n t h s ; T e a c h h e r how to guard h e r h e a l t h When sheisahappy, healthy wife and mother she ·will thank yow Mrs. Marie White of Coundl Bluffs, -Iowa, says, "My mother advised me to take the Compound; My nerves are better, my color is good and I feet well and strong." -Wa*'Carried Out of School Mildred Dickerman of Nebo, Illinois bad such cramps she bad to be carried home from school. The Vegetable Compound relieved her; She says, "I wish I had known about it before I did." Sold At AI! Drug Stores '. . . and many department stores. Get a bottle TODAY. You will be pleased with the results: Back to Helm Thomas 3. Pendergast, democratic boss of Kansas City arrives in New York from European vacation on way home U take over reins, as elections draw near. (Central Press Photo) lodging; many farmers cultivated corn July 4. FLOYD (Charles City)---Warm and humid weather caused corn to grow rapidly; varies from 1 foot to waist-high; only a small per cent of fields are weedy or have poor stands; oats all headed and promise considerably better than average crop; many fields approaching fence posts in height; rye ripe ana winter wheat turning; cutting of first crop alfalfa completed and cutting of clover and timothy beginning; better than average crop; soy beans making rapid growth; will soon cover space between rows. FRANKLIN (Hampton) -- Corn making fine progress; up to schedule except in low ground account wetness; baying being done; fine crop. "In Good Shape." WRIGHT (Belmond)--Fine week of dry, warm weather brought everything along in good snape; alfalfa up in good condition; corn got to "knee-high" July 4th; much higher than that now; cornfields look good generally; oats filling good and if no bad storms come wifl be _ood crop; corn cultivation will be mostly finished this week; potatoes looking good; plenty of sunshine. PALO ALTO (West Bend) -Splendid week for corn cultivation; corn making good headway; most- y 2 to 3 feet high; oats look like big crop; good long straw and well 'illed; new home-grown potatoes ust coming to market; first cut- ing alfalfa mostly put away; har- esting of rye and early oats will )e on about 15th. HARDIN (Iowa Falls)--Very lit- le field work done during week; orn growing rapidly, but many ields sodded with weeds; most corn knee-high with best fields waist- ligh; small grain in full head with larley and rye ripening; oats on low ands lodging badly; some oats being cut for hay. SCHOOL ON WILD LIFE JULY 29 Features of Program to Be Given at McGregor Are Announced. MCGREGOR, July 11.--Among special features of the seventeenth annual session of McGregor's famed Wild Life school to be held on a Mississippi river hilltop here July 29 to Aug. 10, R. D. Noble, school director, has announced an illustrated lecture on "The River of Doubt" by E. G. Holt, who was with Theodore Roosevelt on his Amazon river expedition. Another to be here who has not appeared any past year on the school program will be Meteorologist Charles D. Reed of Des Moines, scheduled for two talks. The study and observation of birds will be led by Dr. Harry C. Oberholser of the U. S. biological survey, a world authority on waterfowl and bird migration. Assisting him in giving talks and taking out bird hikes will be Prof. Fred Lazell, University of Iowa; Logan Bennett, Des Moines; and Walter Rosene, Ogden, Iowa. The day's trip and picnic to beautiful Pine Hollow near Dubuque planned for Aug. 2 is to be directed by A. Tasker of Dubuque, photographer and nature enthusiast. Mr. Tasker will give an illustrated talk on Pine Hollow at the school pavilion the evening before the trip. Sfe'w Hampton Fund Transfer Approved DES MOINES, July 11. (.«-- tate Comptroller C. B. Murtagh to- ay approved the following trans- ers of funds: New Hampton, 516,248 from light and water fund to swimming pool ond fund; Ute (Monona county) 2,000 from general to water fund; nd Independence ?3,000 from light d power to general fund. WHJJEj Over 500 Pairs of NEW WHITE SHOES Now Sale Priced Colored Shoes Also included! Sj^O B TS Dozens of the Season's Snappiest NEW WHITE Sport Oxfords Now Sale Priced WHITE OXFORDS and SfiMBflLS Originally Priced $1.39 Now Sale Priced All Sizes SUMMER SflNDflLS and OXFORDS With LEATHER Soles and Cuban Heels 18 South Federal Mason City, Iowa JFASIESI CROWING SHOE SIOBE IN MASO.V cnv| Emmetsburg Is Hoping Mosquito Swarms Are Gone Not to Return E11METSBURG, July 11. (UP) -Gone, all of' Emmetsburg hopes, are the pesky mosquitoes who swarmed into this locality and coused a temporary cessation from outdoor work. Heavy net helmets, various types of preventive oil and . powder, and smudge fires have been relegated to limbo, the residents iope, and they remain fearful of another rainy period which would restore the pests at their worst. During the invasion last week, the older residents said the number and size of mosquitoes were unequalled. The town was literally hidden behind a pall of smoke from fires lighted to drive the insects away. Garden workers resembled Turks with netting draped over their faces. Persons who heretofore have never smoked, carried large black cigars and puffed at them when swarmed by the pests. Scientists Wait for Proof of 3 Claims Being Made by Tesla 2 Men in Waterloo Hospitals, I n j u r e d in Hayrack Tumbles WATERLOO, July 11. '/I')--Two men were today in Waterloo hospitals, one in critical condition, with injuries suffered in falls from hayracks yesterday afternoon and this morning. John W. Johnson, Jr., 19, Kesley, is suffering almost complete paralysis because of a dislocation and fracture of the sixth vertebra received when he fell late yesterday on a farm near Kesley. Frank M. Bowen, 61, suffered a bruised and lacerated bead and fracture of the ring finger. of the right hand when he fell this morning near his farm home near .Hudson, Iowa. His condition is good. by the university, the conference not only will include talks and discussions on current problems but also the laying of the cornerstone of the new Iowa theater. Harry Hopkins, federal emergency relief administrator and supervisor of the national theater project, will speak July 27. Another talk will be given by Prof. Hallie Flanagan of Vassar college, federal director of the project. CITY BRIEFS W. C. McCarten of Omaha is spending several days in the city transacting business. Norman Anda, assistant manager of the Montgomery-Ward store, is spending a week's vacation in Chicago. Charles Rohr, 551 Seventh street southeast, returned Wednesday from Cedar Falls Where he transacted business. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McEwen, Rockwell, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John H. McEwen, Mason City, at their cottage at Clear Lake. Sanford (roaring with rage): "Who told you to put that paper on the wall?" Paperhanger: "Your wife." Sanford (subsiding): "It's pretty, isn't it?"--Pike's Peak Legionnaire. MARKLEY TALKS ON PACIFIC TRIP Rapid Increase of Japanese in PhiUipines, Hawaii Pointed Out. The rapid increase of the Japanese populations in the Hawaiian and Philippine islands wag pointed out by J. E. E. Markley in an address Thursday noon to the Kiwanis club in Hotel Hanford on travels he made last winter. Mr. Markley predicted that in a feu- years the Japanese would have a majority in Hawaii. Because they multiply rapidly and are migrating in large numbers, Japanese are increasing similarly in proportion in the Philippine islands. At the time Attorney Markley visited tfiere, the people had not yet voted for their liberty. An admiral of the Japanese navy, who was stopping- there frankly told the people to vote for liberty, stating that Japan, the great power in the Pacific, would protect them. TJ. S. Has Spent Much. United States will probably not get back 10 cents on the dollar that it has spent in developing the Philippine islands, Mr. Markley continued. He said that well educated peo- ple in the Philippines advocateed remaining with the United States. Mr. Markley told of several customs in the islands. The lack of transportaation and communication facilities in China was described by Mr. Markley. He said the people lacked a sense of coherent patriotism, tending to venerate ancestors and families rather than the nation. The Japanese, quite the contrary, have been industrious in serving for the national welfare. Japanese believe they are of the rising sun and destined to rule the world. They are forced to find a place for their rapidly increasing population. These factors account for their present attitude in expansion. Several Guests Present. In conclusion Mr. Markley referred to the fact that Chinese money, cheap and bulky, represents only the innate value of the metal itself. He pleaded that people of the United States, who have such high standards of living, realize their prosperity and continue it. Guests were W. C. McCarten of Omaha, John Bencke of Parkersburg. Fred B. Shaffer, who played the piano for the singing, Willis G. Eagley, L. R. Roberts and Dick Hiller. A married woman should never talk about the world's injustice to her sex. It shows what kind of a husband she got.--Lincoln Star. WARNS AGAINST SLOT MACHINES Head of New South Dakota Department of Justice Issues Decree. PIERRE, S. Dak.. July 1!. (/Pi-B. D. Mintencr, superintendent of the new state justice department, today issued a stern decree against illegal slot machines in South Dakota. Explaining that the 1935 legislature licensed merchandise vending machines and strengthened the laws against gaming machines, Mintener declared that "the operation of any gamBling device, whatever it be called, as slot machines, vending machines, pin boards, ball machines, punch boards or what not will not be tolerated by this department." Mintener's announcement came soon after references to slot machine operations in South Dakota had been brought into the Sioux City, Iowa, graft investigation. Letters studied in the probe contained references to alleged "political" implications of the slot machine busi- aess in this state. The justice department head said he did not plan to investigate the Sioux City angle. Is nature's warning that Hierr's sometliltii: Koine wronu . . . 1'tP stomach or the liver out of order . . . don't ncKlort this condition . . . It may lead to more serious trouble*. Give the stormu-h a Kocu loiilr. the liowets a thorough cleunftliic . . . Ro to the MIclmH Drue Co. today . . . take this advertisement with you. write your name, and nddrcss on it ... and they will allnw you 37 ecnts off the rectllur prlr.e. TKUI'EJ' Is a combination tonlo-laxative. good for all common disorders of the. Htnniiich. liver and kidneys . . . and has helped hundreds rmiln'a hutanced, normal condition . . . TRV IT TODAV. Mason City Globe-Gazette Name of Purchaser « 5 SOUTH FEDEKAL MASON CITY NEW YORK, July 11. scientific world cocked an Eye today for proof for three claims made y Nikola Tesla, Yugoslav inventor ust turned 79. Dr. Tesla, announcing that he was taking the place of the late Thomas A. Edison as "a popular symbol of scientific advance," 3laimed a new method and apparatus for transmitting mechanical energy any terrestrial distance, one way induction current of varying flux without a commutator, and aroot that much of the theory of relativity is false. "Truly amazing if proofs are forthcoming to verify them," commented Dr. Henry A. Barton, director of the American Institute of Physics. Grain Dealers Group Aligns Itself Against Curbs on Production CHICAGO, July 11. OB--A fact finding commission of the Farmers National Grain Dealers association today aligned itself against limitations of production and pegging prices of agricultural commodities. The committee's stand was disclosed in a report on a series of hearings at which leaders in the grain production and sales field expressed their opinions. "Prosperity comes from production," the report said. "A niogram which reduces the volume of production of all kinds of useful goods will not bring national prosperity regardless of the price at which the commodities may sell." Western Theater Will Be Discussed 3 Days at University of Iowa IOWA CITY, July 11.--The western theater and its independence of Broadway will be discussed at the University of Iowa July 25, 26 and 27 by playwrights, drama critics and directors. 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