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February 6, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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FEBRUARY 6 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Son, 9, Dies Suddenly . DE CORAH, Feb. 6. -Oliver Mau- TMe Elttrem, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver M. Blttrem, died suddenly af Let a short illness. Physicians diagnosed the cause of death as brain fever. The child would have been nine years old nn May 13. Will Send Provisions. HARLAN, Feb. 6. GT 1 )--The Shel by county Farm Bureau, assisted by other organizations here, will load curs of 'provisions Saturday to be sent to drought areas. A car of provisions was loaded at Irwin on Wednesday and at Kirkman Thursday. MIER WOLF SONS Mason City's Headquarters ATWATER K E N T The Golden Radio Delivers Any Radio Delivers Any Radio DOWH NO INTEREST NO CARRYING CHARGE DIES IN LONDON with the GOLDEN VOICE To people who want to save money on a radio W HEN a radio is offered to you at a price strangely low, ask yourself: "WHY is the price so low? Who made this radio? How good is it? How many families own it ? "Was it made to give top-notch performance through the years, or is it one of those 'bargain' radios? If you, should ever need new parts, would the manufacturer be there to supply them--or has he gone out of business?" You can't buy a gold dollar for fifty cents. You can't bay Atwater Kent quality--Atwater dependability--Atwater Kent satisfaction --at a bargain price. But you can have the new Golden-Voiced Atwater Kent, with all it means in happiness and in freedom from service costs, at a very moderate price. It's only a few cents a day-so little you will never feel it. Own the best! Be sure with the new At water Kent Be satisfied. Yes--and be thrifty! ;T1OIEI 1 O -- Lowboy, as illustrated above, $1)9. Older beautiful models, including Radio-Phonograph combination, from $125 to $195. Prices lesn tubes. Prices slightly higher west of ihc Rocldei and in Canada THREE MILLION SATISFIED O W N E R S ATWATER KENT MANUFACTURING COMPANY . . A. Alwater Kent, Praident · 4700 WisHahickon Avenue, Philadelphia Pa. Critically HI for several days, Lady Dccles, the former Helen Viviun Gould, daughter of the late George Jay Gould, financier, is dc»d Jn her London home. Her marriage to Baron Decles in 1911, heralded by tho press ot two nations, linked English nobility to a family that wrote its name into American history. Returns From Chicago. STILSON -- Wil]iam NaU who went to Chicago with two carloads of stock, returned home. MASON CITY H A R D ~ A , R E Company Don McPcak 27 B. State Phone 018 KENT Dealers C'oino in iind choose the model you like .best from our illsplrty. Timo payments if you wish with no carrying charges added. WINNERS LISTED AT DOUGHERTY IN FARM INSTITUTE Barnhart Is First in 10 Ear Corn Exhibit; Doore Wins Sweepstakes. DOUGHERTY, Feb. 6.--The annual four county institute, representative of: Cerro Gordo, Franklin, Butler and Floyd, was held in the Dougherty opera house. More exhibits were on display, larger crowds were present at the judging-, discussions and entertainment features than any previous year. Judging of the ladies' home projects was done by Vivian Blake, domestic science teacher of Marble Rock. M. A. Hauser, Ames, judged the grain exhibits and gave a talk. Dorothy Wingert, demonstration agent of Franklin, and Alice Mae Cole, agent of Cerro Gordo, gave discussions on women's projects. Rex Beresford talked on feeds and rations. The entertainment Tuesday night was sponsored by Floyd, Franklin and Butler counties. Cerro Gordo county presented a minstrel show Wednesday night. The cast inpluded Bill Doughertv Rob Dougherty, Will Tinny, Justin and Emmet Ryan, Russell and Virgil Brady, John McMenimen, Joo Donnelly, Joe McLaughlin, Dale Doore. Joe Dolan, Frank Sweeney Leo Burke, Leo Logan and Tommie McManus. Mrs. H. H. Abegg Mrs Emmet Ryan and Miss Dolores Burke on the piano and Henry Woodside with his violin accompanied the songs. V. D. Hamilton led the community singing. Grain Results Given. Grain results were: Yellow corn 10 ears--First, Leslie Barnhart-' second, Mrs. P. Esslinger. Single ear sweepstake--Ray Doore; single ear Ray Doore, first; M. McMenimen' second. Ten ears sweeptakeg Leslie Barnhart. White corn, single ear--First Mark Newberry;. second, P. H Cahalan. Ten ears--First, M. Newberry; second, p. H. Chalan. Popcorn--First, P. Smith; second Joe Donnelly; third, Russell McMenimen; fourth, Margaret Breen White oats--First, Emil Swartz- second, John Merfeld. Yellow oats- First, Tom Menimen; second, Mrs Preston, Esslinger. Alfalfa hay--First. M. J. McMenl- men; second, John Merfeld. Barley --First, E. G. Dougherty; second Wayne Hinshaw. Soy bean hay-First, Ray Doore; second, John Boyle; clover seed, John Boyle. Vegetable results were; Early potatoes--First, Fred Bader; second, Sd Dougherty; late potatoes--First Joe O'Donnell; second, Ed 'Dough- firtj.-Onions, whito -iflrst, Will Mb- Clemons; second, Dale Doore. Red onions--First, Will McClemons; second, Francis McMenimen. Carrots-First, M. Newberry,- second, William Jacobs.- Squash--First, Ray Doore; second, Jack Veach. Red beets--Ray Doore. Pumpkin--Mrs. P. Esslinger. Cabbage--Wayne Hinshaw. Navy beans--First, Tom McMenimen; sec) ond, Francis McMenimen. Soy beans I --First, Clinton Lockwood; second, 1 P. H. Calahan. I Win In Poultry Showing. The poultry show had 119 birds. M. D. Mills, White Rock breeder of New Providence, judged the entries and planes were aa follows: Buff Orpingtons--E. G. Dougherty, first and second, pullets; first and second cockerels. Rhode Island Reds--Mrs. O. A. Jensen, first and second, pullets; Jack Veach, second, roosters; Mrs. J. Merfeld, first, roosters. White Wyandottes--Mrs. Leo Dauehy, first, pullet; first, rooster; Mrs. O. A. Jensen, second, pullets. | Barred Rocks--Mrs. O. A. Jensen, I first, rooster; Joe Albrecht, first, I pen; first, pullet; second, roosters; I Mrs. Alma Smith, second, lien; scc- ; p /ncl, pen. White Rocks--Mrs.'Wayiic -linshaw, first, cockerel; second, · -?n; Joe Albrecht, first, pen; first, Hillct; second, rooster; Mark New- icrry, second, pullet. Silver Laced Wyandotte--Ken- ·oth McNenimen, first, pullet; first, r.'kercl; Frank Miller, second, nillet. Buff Leghorns--Mrs. P. Eslinger, first, pen; first, rooster; secr- I :nd, pullets; Joe Albrecht, first pul- | let; second, hen, second, rooster Black Jersey Giants--E. G. Dougherty, first and second, hen; first, rooster. Brown Leghorn--Ella and j Anna Reed, first, cockerel; first ano ! second, hen. ] White Leghorns--James O'Con' nee, first and second, cockerel; first : and second, pullet; first, pen. Geese --Mrs. Grace Barnhart, first, pen. ' j Have Best In Culinary. Prizes were awarded to the following persons In the culinary de- ·' partments: Whole wheat bread, first, Mrs. J. W. Merfeld; second Mrs. Paden Smith. Yeast bread white--First, Mrs. James O'Conner; second, Mrs. Clinton Lockwood. Nut loaf cake--First, Mrs. J. W. Merfeld; second, Mrs. L. Barnhart. Angel food cake--First, Mrs. Paden Smith; second, Mrs. Anna Reed. White layer cake--First, Mrs. James O'Connor; second, Mrs. W. Hin- Bhaw. Chocolate loaf cake--First, Mrs. Clinton Lockwood; second, Mrs. Dale Doore. Drop spice cookies--First, Mrs. L. Barnhart; second, Mrs. Walter Hogan. Drop oatmeal cookies--First, Mrs. Geno Kelly; second, Mrs. Ella Breen. Apple pickles--First, Mrs. Preston Esslinger; second, Mrs. Jamea O'Conner. Peaches--First, Mrs. James O'Conner, second, Mrs. M. J. McMenimen. Beet pickles- First, Mrs. Preston Esslinger; second, Mrs. B. Lind. Yellow canned corn--First, Mrs. Chris Adams; second, Mrs, Paden Smith. Whito corn--First, Mrs. Walter Hogan; second, Mrs. Fred Bader. Tomatoes--First, Mrs. M. McMenimen; second. Mrs. Paden Smith. Apples--First, Mr.i. Fred Bador; second, Mrs. Belle Lind. PLANS WORLD FLIGHT Iherries--First, Mrs. M. J. McMeni- nen; second, Mrs. Belle Lind. Rasp- lerriea, black--First, Mrs. Clinton jockwood; second, Mrs. Mark New- erry. Strawberries--first, Mrs. Clinton Lockwood. second, Mrs. Walter Hogan; plums--first, Mrs. Paden Smith, second, Mrs. Wayne Hinshaw; grapes--first, Mrs. P. Smith; second, Mrs. M. J. McMeni- nen; canned beans, yellow--first, Mrs. Ed Doughterty; second Mrs. Fred Bader; beans, green--first, Mrs. Paden Smith; second Mrs. 3hris Adams; carrots--first, Mrs. VI. J. McMenimen; second, Mrs. P. Smith; canned beef--first, Mrs. Gift Breen; canned pork--first, Mrs. M. Newberry; second, Mrs. P. Smith; plum jelly--first, Mrs. Ella Breen; second, Mrs. James O'Connor; apple jelly--first, Mrs, L. Barnhart; second, Mrs. Fred Baden; grape jelly--first, Mrs. M. Newberry; second, Mrs. L,. Barnhart; home made soap--first, Mrs. M. J. McMenimen; second, Mrs. Ella Breen; braided rug, Mrs. P. Bader; crocheted rug, hand made--first, Mrs. James O'Conner; second, Mrs. Ed Dougherty; braided rug, hand- 1'Ians for an Ohio round-the- world good-will flight itro being shaped by Thonuis C. MeKee, above, promoter of the flight. One of the ohjcots of the trip Is to shorten the present record of 23 days for (··Icuniruivigivtion of tho globe. It is to start nml end in Ohio, following the 50th parallel. McKec, former newspaper mun, nnd two pilots will make tho flight. JUcKee is a state em- ploye In Columbus. OFFICERS NAMED AT CONFERENCES Harrison, Hampton, Elected Secretary of Swiss Association. AMES, Feb. 6. UPK-Electlons of group officers, awarding of livestock judging prizes and farm price conferences were on today's program of the annual farm week at Iowa State college. Two breeders' groups have already named their officers. The Iowa Brown Swiss association reelected C. H. Monson of Gowrie president; Don Filson of Marshalltown, vice president, and Dallas M. Harrison of Hampton, secretary- treasurer. The Iowa Guernsey Breeders' association chose F. HV Logsden of Ames, president, and reelected A. B. Saylcs of Fort Dodge, vice president; A. M. Rogers of Waterloo, secretary-treasurer, and C. B. Finley of St. Paul, field representative. Frederic Larrabee of Fort Dodgr was elected president of the newl;}- formed Iowa Dairy association, a merger of nine groups and a mem- barship of nearly 75,000. Paul Stewart of Maynard was named vice president; F. W. Stephenson of Oelwein, secretary; E. S. Estel of Waterloo, treasurer, and Ernest M. Wright of Waterloo, secretary. The State brand creameries is affiliated with the association. Orchard Co-Op Supply Plans Annual Meeting ORCHARD, Feb. 6.--The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers Co-operative Supply company of Orchard will be held in the schoolhouse on Saturday at 1:30 o'clock. Three directors will ba elected and other business will be transacted. Dinner will be served at noon. made--first, Mrs. John Savage; second, Mrs. Fred Bader; hooked rug--· first, Mrs. John Savage; best practical work dress--first, Miss Etla Reed; second, Mrs. L. Barnhart; best child's cotton school dress, first, Mrs. Anna Sweeney; best child's dress made over from another garment--· first, Mrs. Anna Sweeney; second, Mrs. Ed Dougherty; best pajamas or night gown made by girl under 16 years-- Miss Emma Newberry. 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