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I] FEBRUARY 19 Hi 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE Â· TABULATORS BUSY CHECKING IOWA CORN-HOG CONTRACTS 205,000 FIGURES COUNTY AVERAGE Not All Grief and Worry of Campaign Is Confined to Farmers. MARENGO, Feb. 1C. UP)--Tabulators who have the job of checking 1 the figures in each cora-hog contract signed by Iowa farmers have pointed out that all the grief and woiTy oÂ£ the signup program is not monopolized by the farmers and township committees that filled out the blanks. Each contract has spaces for a total of about 114 different figures, not to mention incidental signatures, explanatoy data and other items. That means in a county with 1,800 contract signers the tabulators have to con aome 205,000 figures. W. H Brower, one of the tabulators at Sig-ourney, said that the complete checking of each contract requirec an aveage of 90 distinct operations \Vorlc In Agents' Offices. From two to four tabulators are working in a number of Iowa court ty agents' offices already, and be fore" long will be functioning in al counties. They are hired by the of fice of Leslie M. Carl, federal statis tician in Des Molnes, aa a part o the corn-hog program macliiher_ and are under the local supervision of county agents, official represen tatives of the U. S. department o agriculture. If any figures in the contracts ar incorrectly filled out or incomplete the tabulators return them to th township committees where' eitiie the committee itself or the produce makes the necessary corrections. Production Is Checked. Certain of the figures arcs lain: lated from the contracts and sent to Car} 1 a office at Des Moincs where a crew of statisticians checks the production claimed in each coiicty with the actual total production. If the claimed production Is found to check with what could normally be expected for the number of farms represented, it is assumed that the farmers are aa accurate as humanly, possible. If, howevev, they are too high, a general downward adjustment of contracts in that county will be juacJe later by the county allotment committee on recommendations made to it by Carl's staff. This adjustment is made before the producer signs the contract in its final _.- .Jiorm. H E R E A N D T H E R E Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Homo on Furlough. OSAGE--Two Osagc boys who re in the naval service are having 0 days' furloughs here. Orrll Krog- tad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krog- itad, is from the naval base at San Diego. Oscar Haugen went to Mason Two Relatives Succumb at Osage; Service Is " Held at Funeral Home OSAGE, Feb. 18.--Mrs. Lizzie Clark Ball was called from tlie bedside of a sister's husband, Herman Chidester of Stoughton, Wis., who is critically ill, with no hopes of recovery, by the death ov her 18 months' old grandson, Donald Zcrck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zcrck, Osag'e, who died Wed nesday evening following convulsions. Another sister, Mrs. Charles Tubbs, Osage, died Friday morning. Both relatives were taken to the funeral home and were there at the same time. Mrs. Tubbs was TA yaars of age and had been ill with heart trouble since August. Surviving relatives are her aged husband three married sons, Clayton, Earl and Ray, one daughter, Mrs. Ernes Coonradt of Nashua, two nieces who were orphans and were rearec as her own daughters, Mrs. Perry Galley of Minnesota and Mrs. I. E Parr of Osage; three sisters, Mrs John Tibbits of Iliccville, Mrg. Liz zie Ball of Osage, Mrs. Herman Chidester of Stoughton, Wis.; twin-others, C. Ed. of Osage and WH liam T. Clark of Chester, Pa. Funeral services were held Sun day at the.Champion home with interment in the Osage cemetery. ity Sunday to meet his son, Frankin, who arrives from Des Moines or a 10 days' visit here before leav- ng for San Diego. Attend Dostal Funeral. PROTIVIN--Quite n number of ocal residents attended the Standey Dostal funeral which was held at Fort Atkinson. Honored at I'nrty. MCINTIRE--Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Flack, Jr., recently married, were Honored at a party given them by their farmer schoolmates at the W. H. Johnson home Saturday evening. Social, Program Held. OSAGE -- Osage Lutheran par- ishoners enjoyed an old fashioned box social and Little Old Red schoolhouse program at the church parlors Friday evening. . Moving to Thompson. LELAND--Lev! Larson and family will move March 1 from a farm southeast of Leland to one near Thompson. The family of Truman Thompson will come from another farm southeast of here to the one the Larsons .vacate. Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Skogen will come from Thompson to Mrs. McLean's farm which the Thompsons leave. Visitor From Florida. BURT--Mrs. A. A. Graham, Holly Hill, Fla., is visiting relatives and friends here. She is a former Burt resident. Ill In Illinois, WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vandt, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vandt were called to Waterloo, 111., by the serious illness of Mrs. Wolfe. Mrs. Wolfe is the mother oÂ£ Mrs. Vandt, They will also visit at St. Louis while gone. Entertain 35 at Party. GENEVA--Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fredericks entertained about 35 of heir card club members Friday eve- ing. Held in Kirk Home. SHEFFIELD--The home project raining school met at the home of Mrs. Frank Kirk with seven women resent. Miss Raake gave the third, esson on "Collars and Purses," The next meeting will be held April 5 nt the home of 'Mrs. Raymond Clark. Arrive From Sawyer. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Â»Valker and son, Lyle of Sawyer, N. Dak., accompanied by Mrs. Walker's sister, Miss Mary Eicl of Mlnneapo- IN CONGRESS RACE Hold Social Gathering. ROCK FALLS--Members of the A. C. AVillford of Waterloo, the third congressional district's representative in Washington, hus taken out nomination papers fnr nomination on the democratic ticket. Attend cgltm Session. BURT -- Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schcnck went to Des Moines to attend a Legion officers' convention. Meets in Palmer House. RUDD--The Culture club met Saturday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Lilah Palmer with Mrs. Nolle Roberts as hostess. Mrs. Gladys Bishop gave a book review. Mrs. Millie Kalen had charge of the Bible study and Mrs. Nolle Utter was entertainment leader. Ketunis for Household Goods. LUVERNE-- Emil Meyer, who moved here with his family the early part of December from Bufordville, Mo., returned Saturday for the remainder of his household goods. He drove by the way of Ocheyedan for a brother who -will accompany him on the trip and visit his mother, who lives in Bufordville. Mrs. Meyer and children are staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Benedict. R. N. A. and M. \V. A. lodges met for a social gathering at the hall on Friday evening. Mrs. Vnldcrbing Hostess. LATIMER--The St. Paul Lutheran Mission society will meet in March with Mrs. H. H. Roberts. Mrs. Valderbing will be hostess to the club. Given Farewell I'nrty. MCINTIRE--About 40 friends and neighbors of the J. R. Elwood family enjoyed a party at theli home east of Mclntire Saturday evening. Progressive euchre furnished the amusement. The EKvoods are moving to a new home at El ma They have lived la this vicinity 20 years. Moving to Mason City. LELAND--Henry P. Meyer, who with his family, will move to Lelanc March 1, will have a sale March 2G on the farm west of town, where h has resided for several years. C. U Potter, who has been dairyman in Leland for 32 years and who has re sided for 11 years in the house Mr Meyer purchased, will go to Masor City to reside with his sons, Joltnnj and Karl Potter. Johunscn Named President. LATIMBR--At the meeting 0 the Shippers' association held in th D. B. S. hall, the following officer and directors were elected; Manager, John Londergqci; president, C. B. Johansen; secretary and treasurer; J. H. Lage; directors, John Johannsen, Fred Kaus, Fred Wittie, Fred Elling. Ed Schermer. Return to Illinois. RUDD -- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holts: and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crosby returned to their home at Olney, 111,, after a visit at the Francis Ko- oernus home. Eleventh Child Born. WHITTEMORE--Mr and Mrs. ake Mills Youth, 21, Is Dead at Rochester; Rites to Be Wednesday LAKE MILLS, Feb. 19.--Word as been received here of the death f Norman Holland, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Holland, at the ospital at Rochester Friday evening. He had been at the hospital or two weeks, having ruptured bis appendix. He is a grandson of John Halland's and a nephew of Mrs. Olo Bilstad. The body will be brought here for burial. Services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Somber church. Besides ns parents his is survived by one Brother, Stanford, who lives with lis parents at Grand Meadow, Minn Luverne Couple Not Injure Seriously in Accident at Luverne. LUVERNE. Feb. 10.--Mr. an Mrs. Hugh Colwell, living east c town, were hurt Friday night whil returning home. It was about 6:1 o'clock and the evening Nort Western freight was just lenvin town. The train was unusual! long. Blinded by the bright Iieiu' lights Mr. Colwell thought that th train had passed and ran his ca into the train. He was drivin slowly and although the occupant were badly bruised and shaken, the suffered no broken bones. The en was badly damaged. Mr. Colwell wa able to resume his duties as auction eer the next day and Mrs. Colw. was able to attend her househol duties. Military Honors Are Held for Bettis; Burial Is at Mclntire. RICEVILLE, Felh 19.--Final rites vcre held today lor Augustus Betis. Civil war veteran, who tlicd here hursday. Mr. Bettis had lived for nosfc of his life in this community, icing elected sheriff in 18S9, but re- figning before he took office, be- 'nusc of the death of his brother. le was buried with military honors it Mclntire, both the American Le*ion and Col H. T. St. John, the last nembcr of the G. A. R. in this community, taking Â«. part in the ceremony. The funeral was at the res- dence at Riceville and conducted by the Rev. Mr. Bodenham. Rites Held for Bum, Retired Cresco Farmer! CRESCO, Feb. 19.--Fred Burri, 70, retired farmer, six miles southwest of Creseo, died Friday night. Funeral services were held Monday forenoon at the Immanuel Lutheran church, Cresco, the Rev. L, W. Moench, officiating, with burial nt New Oregon cemetery, south of Cresco. He was u. native of Switzerland and had lived in this vicinity many years. He is survived by one son, Fred Burri, Jr. Announce for Clerkship. NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 13.--Ted Lcitch, clerk in the general merchandise store at Williamstown, six miles south of Now Hampton, announced he would be a candidate in the June primary for the democratic nomination as clerk of district court. Miss Florence Kearnn, democrat, announced she would seek a second term, Friday. MAIL (S RIFLED AT LAKE MILLS Railroad Station Is Broken Into; Investigation Is Made. LAKE MILLS, Feb. 19.--The M. and St. L. station was broken into Saturday morning about 3 o'clock. The mail sacks were broken into. M. A. Aasgaard, postmaster, was called in an effort to determine the extent of loss. Marsha! L. E. Thoe left the depot after tho two night trains had gone and reported no one around then. That night there were no transients at the depot- E. R. Jeffords is the station agent. In the early Roman religion, Qulr- ius was the name ot the third great rjocl. is, arrived Friday with Mrs. Ed Brodwcl of Lake Mills to visit Mrs. Martha Taylor. Mrs. Taylor, 7J, has been in poor health the past three years. Go TtÂ» Chicago. AHEDALE--The Farmers Elevator company shipped a carload of corn to Chicago Saturday morning. Sunday morning Charles Zimmerman and Charles Worley each shipped a carload of hogs to Chicago. Both of the men will go to Chicago with this shipment, Saturday afternoon two carloads of baled hay were shipped to Wisconsin by Cor- riall brothers. Store Is Closed. CRYSTAL LAKE--The Rile-way food store which opened up last spring' by Fred Thompson, has gone out of business. Mr. and Mrs. Thompsons and son will soon move to Northwood. Arnold Jensen has rented the building whore the Rite Way was located. Visitors From Freeporl. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Mocn and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Moen and Joyce, of Freenort, 111., came Saturday for a visit" with relatives. Mrs. Wilford Moen and two children will remain for a two weeks' visit. FAT MARY LEARNS FROM SLENDER FRIEND You can eat your fill...yet grow thin Tltanks to new scientificdiscoveries, a fat person can now lose a pound a day...yet eat even more than now. Just Two Things To Do A!) you do is take a teaapoonful of the new CoÂ»deufrfJADSaltsin aglass of wntcr before breakfast, and make two small changes in eating, as explained in the Condensed JAD folder you gel. The first day you !ose 3 to 5 pounds moisture weight alone! The system is cleared of depleting poisons. Fat melts away, your youthful allure returns, yet you need never know a hungry moment. Costs Only 2t a Day Ask for the new economical Con- dciisaili\D Salts at any drug store-and begin this quick method of reducing tomorrow. The CowtoiscrfJAD Salts, remember, is urged as a poison- banishing agent and to banish unhealthy bloating . . . not as z reducing one. Honored ut Surprise. GARNER -- Some 20 friends of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnston, newlyweds, gave them a house warming and surprise. Works at Charter Onk. WESLEY-- Miss Alice Hill, who has made her home since July with Sunday for Charter Oak where she has accepted a position as reporter on the Charter Oak Times, of which her brother-in-law Is editor.' Honored Jit Shower. ACKLEY-- Miss Ruth Pruil was honored at a miscellaneous shower Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Ed Weber southwest of Ackley by 25 friends. She will be married to Adolph V/cber soon. Born at Wesley. WESLEY -- Three boys were born to Wesley families. They arc: A son to Mr. and Mrs. August Rotschafer, a son, Walter Junior, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ward, and a son, Dennig Kay, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft. Attend Cousin's Funeral. THORNTON, Feb. 19. C. F. W. Paul received word of the death of his cousin, Carl Paul. Buffalo Lake, Minn. The funeral was held Sunday nt Buffalo Lake. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. W. Paul attended the funeral. Former Resilient Vlsltnr. CARPENTER-- Jake Priem of Washington arrived Friday to visit relatives and look after the interest of his farm. Mr. Priem was a resident hero about three years ago. Attend Tilt at Iowa City. ROCKFORD -- Harmon Mitchell, dodger Crabtree, Jerry Goetzinger jid Harlow Searle attended the :owa-Purdue basketball game at own. City Saturday night. Nels Olson III. JOICE -- Nels- Olson, aged retired farmer of Joice, has been confined .o his bed the past few weeks. He s suffering grom heart disease. lie-turn From Operetta. GREENE -- Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Stoher returned Saturday from a :rip to Logan, where they attended an operetta sponsored by their daughter, Miss Maude, who is teacher of music in the Logan public schools. WESLEY -- Miss Nedra Wolf was taken to the Kossuth county hospital at Algona where her broken leg was rebroken and reset. She will remain in the hospital for the coming four weeks or more. Home From lou'a City. LAKE MILLS-- Mrs. Marie Sand is at Iowa City for msdical examination. Mrs. Sever Stensrud who has been at Iowa City for somo time returned home Saturday. Honored With Slunvcr. GREENE -- McKinley Circle Garden club met at the home of Mrs. George Crabtree Friday afternoon and Mrs. Belle Howe patriotic Instructor, presented a Lincoln- Washington program. Mrs. Crabtroe was given a handkerchief shower by the club members. Attend Iowa-Purdue Game. GRAFTON -- Supt. and Mrs. Paul Norris, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wagner, Miss U. B. MitseJ, Mian At. Bang and Miss Thelma Falken attended (he loWK-Purduc game flt Iowa City Â· Saturday. James Conway are the parents of a baby boy. This is the eleventh child in the family. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming are parents of a baby girl, bom Saturday morning. They now have a family of five girls and two boys. Taken to Hospital. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Kenneth Er- 'dahl, formerly Olga Turvold, was taken to the Mercy hospital Friday evening suffering from obstruction of the bowels. She had been ill about a week at the home of her husband's parents near Klester. Large Crowd nt Sale. HAYFIELD--What was considered a record breaking crowd attended the farm sale held at the Frank J. Shimon farm near Hayfield. Approximately 1,100 cars were parked along the highways and in a field. Mr. Shimon, who has been an active farmer on this farm 16 years, la moving March 1 with his family to a place near Rolfe. Anniversary Observed by New Haven Couple OSAGE, Feb. 10.--The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Glllcs of New Haven was celebrated at their home Sunday. Their sons, Ed and Ray of Mitchell, S. Dak., Leo from California, Leonard and daughters, Mrs. Flora Robbins, Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Fred Smart, Burlington, Mrs. Delbcrl Spurbeck, Charles City, were present. A son, Anthony, died in the Jate war. HERE'S A GOOD ONE. HE WAS DOING A CROSSWORD PUZltE. _ASKED ME,"WHAT'S A TWO- LETTER WORD MEANING QP.OR OF tONEtlMESS?" HE OUGHT TO KNOW I THAT'S THE REASON PEOPLE AVOID HIM.TOO BAD, FOR HE'S A FINE CHAP OTHERWISE OF COURSE YOU TOLD HIM "B.O." THEY DIDN'T MEAN ME TO HEAR THEM, BUT I'M GLAD I DID. 'B.O.VTHAT EXPLAINS A LOT! I'LL GET LIFEBUOY TODAY AND USE IT EVERY DAY. Seels Ke-Blectlon To Board. DECORAH, Feb. 10.--Papers are being circulated for three members of the board of education whose terms expire this spring, and Â·.' will be candidates for re-election March 12. They are Mrs. Merle Knight, president of the board; Norman C. Nelson, and Cheliis Evanson, Luther college professor, who was appointed aa a member tu fill the vacancy due to the death of F. S. Kendrick this year. 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