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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 6, 1931
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innDcwifTr 'mf^~ L ~~mm~~ i^M^^f"" '"-'-----""-^g^^^----- ~-^^----··--- ~-^""^^-rnOTr?.c2''"^"^' i TM*'' "' : 'idtdfri^^JM _KTTX-- _JT?,jC%Jnb J?TCK-i3LX3JLJc: i ^Mlltl-JJLIllllll«KXXllUi_TV_lU T II-/l-HJIU3Ul%-IL»_.m^_^_..mJ«__^^_-I%.I^B--'m-'- --M JUr_m_B_Jl -·-^..·-J» · * , · - · « M--^--»_m.jK_m-»jm_B^..., - -» -*-» «^» "^^^^ J^^Zr^-^' BETTER CONDITIONS FOR HOG AND BEER FEEDERS EXPECTED OFFICIALS MAKE OUTLOOK REPORT Summer Advance in Prices May Start Earlier Than Usual. AMES, Feb. 6.--The Iowa agricultural outlook for 1931, released today, as a part of the Farm 'and Home Week program, holds hope of slightly better conditions for the hog and beef cattle feeder but little change, for ttie dairyman, sheepman or grain farmer.' The Iowa report has been com piled by Dr," A. 'G. -Black, head of agricultural..economics, -'and- J. C Galloway,: far.m management spe ciaiist in the extension service, following .their. return from the national .outlook conference in .Washington last week. ' · · ' . - ' " · '" : ;-Adapted to .Districts. .' The report, adapted, to' various Iowa · dlstripts will be presented in detail 'at -a -series of 36 : meetings from Feb. 9 to 26:-. . ': Only k. moderate, if .any, seasona advance'in hog'prices can- be ex- ·pected; : the report says.-The late summer 'advance in prices may however, get under way earier than usual. Hog production the past four years has fluctuated less and prices have remained more" stable than during the past 20 years. A policy which, involves few'radical changes in production seems advisable. The.usual seasonal.decline in bee: cattle prices" is expected during thi first half 4f-1931,'and prices the las half' will - be influenced L by general business c oriditions and demand. No material.advance-in sheep prices is expeetecT.^v'V;-'.;".;. ; ;. ' Storage Holdings. Smaller. Egg prices during-the spring probably will be lower thairin 1930, but, with, smaller gtorage'holdings, prices of market poultry may be slightly higher.' The : farmer with bird/ adapted to both meat and egg prb- EDITS MERGED PAPER NEW HAJMPTON, Feb. 6.-JL. L". Opdycke will be editor of the combined ,Ne«v Hainpton Tribune and the New Hampton Gazette when the -two papers are..merged Feb. il. Mr. Op- dye ke Is now · editor of the Gazette. ductlpn may pursue his normal pro , gram 'with safety the. report states : Increased ""demand for hay during the coming season may be expectec because of the 1930 drought. In creased^ seedings of annual legume :and small grains for hay may b necessary to help; relieve the short age: ' :. . : . : During the coming years the re lationship between feed crops-anc livestock numbers probably will fa vor the livestock feeder. With nor mal yields the present favorabl feeding ratio of crops prices to live stock prices may be expected thn the 1931-32 feeding- season. Go to Grinnell. ·'RUDD--William Koliman ' Fred Cerwinski drove to Grlnnel Thursday.' ' . . . - · · HERE AND * -* » . · * . - . *··· · * .'.'.'. * " -.*'' -.- .» ·'..'»· * Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette iprre§jqnirents in North. Iowa and. Minnesota Go to Auto Show. FERTILE---N. O. Ouverson and Leo .Karney -of Atason City left by auto oh Wednesday morning for Minneapolis for the auto show. W. H. Hitchcock Is 111. FLOYD-^-W. H. Hitchcock is ser ; ously ill at his home west of town. His son, Roy, of Billings, Mont., arrived to help care for his father UeaveV for Clarion. FERTILE)--Mrs. r Mary- Stout left Tor Clarion -to-visit-a-'week in the i6me-of her,son, Jotin, and family. Hatchery- Is Opeiw FERTILE--iThe ' Fertile V-Valley hatchery has been reopened for business after being closed for six months. ·Guild Is Entertained. WODEN--The Catholic guild was entertained' at.,a 'card party at the C A Lawler home v Able to Leave Hospital LATIMER--Mrs. ; John" Peterson, who recently gave 'birth, to-'a son, at the Lutheran .Hospital. iir.Hampton, received strength .sufficiently to be brot to her parents' '· home. . They will 'soon return to their home In Windsor. Canada,- . ';-,"./ " - . "" Arer in California. ' EAGLE GROVE-^Mr. and Mrs. ·William- E. Warries. are spending several months at the home of. their son, Harry, at Riverside, Cal. ·' Visiting at Dows. GOLDFIELD--Mr.; and Mrs. W. .E: · McGowan- are visiting .relatives at POWS, Ackley and Manchester this'week. '··- ",~i'-f. Appointed -on .Committee:' CLARlONr-Miss . Bernlce; Senior at Northwestern 'university in Chicago was one' of' 1 13/ girls; 'and 13 boys, representative students of the university 1 , appointed by. Walter D. Scott, president, of : the ; university, to plan si formal ball to be glven'by tie school at. "The;-A-gagon" in Evanaton, Feb. 13 for tie needy. One Interesting Fuct Every Day About the State : You -Are. :-Proud to Call Your -. Ovvn! 'That Iowa is modernized' thru extensive use . of communication fad; lilies has been pointed put'-by the : fact..there are. 569,000' telephones in the state.^ , '.-'"V ·· ' . ' - . · " : ' CUPID SUGGESTS THESE VALErmnE GIFTS iHOW the true sentiments of your heart when ^ you give a gift on Si. Valentine's Day. There's no need to worry about cash either. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD . . . article purchased is given to you on first payment. The balance is paid as little aa 50c ^l^MO^iWS: THAT CHALLENGE COMPARISON · Is: in Minneapolis. - ^ . WpbEN^-Walter Dirksen : is spending a few,days fa Minneapolis. . . Objectives'Are-Discussed., -.. .NORA SpRINGS^-The. Community club met and-af ter ! supper served by .the-'members, discussed, plans and appointed; committees' for ob- jectives-.t'o'be attained in 1931.' ·Leave for Minnea'polls. ·"FERTILE---Mayor 'C. N. Jorgen- s'on left Wednesday evening -.fof Minneapolis on business. Miss Agnes Hjelmeland accompanied him to re port at the hospital where she is taking nurses' training. -. ' ' ' · · ' " School Board-Entertained. M~ANL--The\ girls of the domestic science classes in the high 'school prepared and '.'· served ^ supper ;to school board membe'rsV'and their wives' ''· Thursday. ·'· · ·'·- Entertain d at Bn'dge. ' ALLISON--Sixteen friends "were entertained at bridge, at i the oaij» of Mr.' and Mrs. 'Clarea'ce Shirer Honors in bridge were awarded to Mrs. Willard Flynri -and Waldo Jungkimz.:' : · r ' Is Guest at Garner. ::· GARNER--Miss Chrlstvna CBlli- son, Stllson, was'a-guest in-the F W. : Zeiper home Thursday.-' · Are From'Lake-Mills. JQICE-^Mr.' arid Mrs";'' Arthur Mostrbm and ,Mrs. William A as land. Lake"' Mills; visited Mr., and Mrs. 1 .Clifford Mostrom. Wednesday Boatman Is .Speaker. ". KANAWHA;-^A lityre-'crowd· -At*, tended, the 'aCTicultural meetthg- at the First National bank WidnRStJay afternoon. Mr. Boatman of Ames gaye.a talk on /'Fertilization/- ··'_.'" , '.'.·;'.'' Awardea Oii Contract. ·' ·' ·' r^Th. Butler county.QJ1 company/ of Allispp has '.been awarded the contract for gasoline for. Butler county at three-fourfo "cents above Invoice plus""freight;-by the county; board .of supervisors. "VIMt at-Lone Bock. HTJTCHiNS-^Mr. :anja Mrs! v r .. JacB Do'npyaa" visited Mr." and Mrs. Will Turner "of .Lone'Rock. ··'- .' '.".Go'to 1 DCS' Motnes.'· ' " ; GARNTBR-^-Mr. and-Mrs. -W. S. Pritcha'rd: and Mrs. Ii."B. Oberhauser ' 'motored to- ;.Des Moinea SHOOTS, REPENTS mm A gorgeous-mounting of 18K white gold set with a fine diamond in the center, and' two smaller diamonds on the sides.. Stunning -iii" every, way.; The 18K wUte gold mounting is of the new- *»t design arid is set;'vntk. a large center diamond., S 1OO k . O O 193!'s newest design in dinner rings. Exquisite mounting of 18K white gold set with 3 quality. diamonds. x-ivXvt-X'l A watch for men that .will stand rough use. New thin model, case with a guaranteed jeweled movement. A mar-^ .velous value! · · JOiCE^f-Johi t Barig,' .merchant, left for Mmueapoffs''Th'urE'3ay eve- hing-.where he will be present for th'e market;w"eek events.-'- '·'" '·' ' ; ; Society Meets at Dows. ' ' ' DOWS--The .Methodist Missionary society met ·· Tuesd^r 'afternoon at the home of Mrs. "H.-U Sergeant. Mrs. Henry'Lemite led the devotioft- als. Mrs. George'' Smlthl'had charge of the program. ', '.; Miss Evans: Is HI. KA-NAXyHA-iMiss Lolls Evans .has been ill this week.- , : ''. " ·' " · ' , - Third' Child l8~Born.' : MANLY-V-Mr. s and Mrs. Robert Craw are parents-'of' a' boy bora Thursday evening. The'baby weighed nine pounds.;This is the third child lii the''family. · ' ; " ' ' ' : ' · . · - . . - ·'" · Siiiimlti 'to'' Operation.. · - - ' · · ·HUTGHiNS--Miss-Nancy Karney underwent an appendicitis operation this week'Jit the Mason City hospital. He(- mother,-Mrs..Henry Chrisr tens en was with her--but 'returned home. ·;·: ' .;.'.' .-. · · : 3orhe Frdnr Garner. '·'.·.':-····· STILSON-^Mrs. Sherril 'Benner and two daughters,' ; Garner, are guests of her parents,--Mr. and Mrs: H. Jeffords. , : . : · · Comes 'Fronr Toledo. GARNER-^-Mrs. Leon Spooner. Toledo, is here visiting Mr. and.Mrs. R. E. Nesblt; -' · ' : Go to Albert CRYSTAL LAKE-^Clifford Stewart a'ri3 Arthur - Loaning', drove to Albert Lea, · 'Minn.'-, - with'' a. truck load of sheep Wednesday. * Go to Mason'City;. Instruction School Arranged.i-.\ ROCKFORD-^An 6;; E. if 'instruction-.will ibe held. 'Friday. Mrs. - Zola Shaeffer -. of Manly, dis- :ric't : inspector,-will-conduct it. . - · ; · '· "·'- Are New -Besldents. · - , - . · :' LAWLER---Mr. ' and · Mrs:' :Ebert Sell- and two children 1 'have moved :ro~m Tulsa, Okla.; to Lawler, resid- rig in the .house' 1 recently vacated by Sheriff Murray of New Hampton. W: F. M. S. Holds Meeting. RUDD--.The' W. "F. M.·-S. met with :Mrs; William Koliman .Wed x - nesday afternoon: This was the-first mite box' opening. 'Miss Libble Hodgin was leader.;.' "."· :Four Attend Convention. 'ROCKFORD-^Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Biddick,-G. H. Galvin'and CecU'Gal- vin : attended the state 'lumbermen's convention' in Des -Molnes.' 1 ''· : · Arrive'In Deborah". . .DECORAH--The 'Rev. Norman Madsen, his^wife.and : five children arrive'd in Decorah' Thursday -from Princeton, -Minn., and -will remain' som'e:time at the home of Mrs. Madsen's rribther, 'Mrs.--M. Haakenson. The Rev. Mr. Madsen suffered a nervous" breakdown' recently and has been ordered by physiciana to rest for at least f our mbnthSi ··- ' : · ' - · - ' . Comes" From Austin: ' " ' ;.SHEFFIELr^Mrs: E. : F, Rowe, Aua tin, Minn, 'x speht the p as t we ek visiting bier father/ Henry Bolk, Sr. ,·'" 'Card :Par^r Held. , : ; LAWLER^-A card party and .dance' were {held in/Sft. Garmel hall Wednesday -'night The : hall' was filfed. "W.;J. Casey and Mrs. Matilda McMah'ori'Syon prize's· at' : BOO."- ' : ' -·'"'· Datei'oi Party Changed. : · RUDD--The Legion and auxiliary will give a benefit card party-Feb. 6 inteasd of-Feb. 4. :' - .'·'·'" , Entertained at Dinner. : ; CpRWJETH^MIss Portia Johnson entertained U'. guests at a 'dinner it .her -ii'o'nia' Tuesday ·evening. Mr. ahS. Mrs. -J." S. 7 Schroeder, Spencer, were;ampng those'pro a ent. · Returns^to South'Dakota. ', ROCKFORD--Mrs. . Lewis Gibbs returned to ; her home at Lane.'S. :;-, after visiting her'mother, Mrs. Clara Franklin: · .-· - -'Orchard W. C. T. TJ. Meets. . ORCHARp^-The local W. C. T. TJ. nie.etlng s v?.as · h'etd Thursday;at the home of Mrs. HazerMbrey.rsouth of town. TheVaddress 'at'the last national .convention by the national president; Mrs. · Ella ' Boole, will b read. : '; ; ., Will Present Trial. ' · FLOYD--:A temperance trial 'cOn- ducteii-by'21 local 'characters under the- direction of Miss Boyer, Dea Moines, 'will be held in the Methodist · chiircn " SunSay evening at 7:30 L o'clock. This trial is based on actual oc'currence. · - ' · · - ' . · ' .'···-· 'v -j Move tb;Tarm. ; -'' , : .·'·'· FERTILE-4The- - Lewis ;S; Rye f amiiy' tog ether with- Alec Erickaqn. moved" into'th'e.^le Khudtson farm which Mr.'Bricksbn'purchased last fall! Ernest Halyerson and family mpyed from this farnt to · the-Andrew Halverson' farm vacated by ti. S..Rye.-'·.' ' ; , ; j ; . : . --". ' Come From Titonka. ;' r W(3DEN--Mr.'" and ; f Mrs: J. B. Breen-of Titonka visiteii at the home of their pon,' Gebrge Breen, Wednes- "Ay'v.'. . . . : . - . * . . . : :' "·' '··' Baiar Is Planned. ' ^ ';LATIMER-=-Mfs. O. · N. Schultz was hostess to the M.:E.'Ladles' aid s.bciety'.'·· Wednesday- afternoon. A arge attendance· was present. 'It was : 'decided to .hold a- supper and bazar this nioiith. - ' "'"" '·'- Daughter IB Born. SHEFFIELD--Mr. : and Mrs: R: N. Cook'art the 'parents of a baby girl oorn yesterday.'·' · - · · . . . . , Shows Pictures'at'Floyd.' Rev.; Thomas An- death was due to pneumonia. He had been staying at the home of hi? parents, .Mr. and Mrs. L. H., Rasmusson, near Emmons, and was being cared for by Miss. Emma Hanson, trained nurse. Mr. Rasmusson'; wife died two weeks ago fron: Bright's disease and it was at the funera) that Mr. Rasmusson COD tracted pneumonia. Four small boys, the oldest 13, survive. Two Corwith Families Are Honored at Party CORWITH, Feb. 6.--About 80 at- itended a farewell party given by the parish of St. Mary's church for the J. J. Lichteig and Hugh Gordon families,. Tuesday evening at the '\merioan .Legion hall. Pending outcome of her husband's wounds, Mrs. Alllne Keck, 23, has been held In jail, at Olathe, Kas. Sh'ls have shot him in a jealous rage. Mrs. Ke'ck told authorities she did not know the gun" was loaded when she pulled the trigger. After the shooting Mrs.. Keck took her husband to a'hospital and begged to be allowed to nurse hurt back to health. . RITES TO BE FOR RASMUSSON.37 Pneumonia,-Resulting From Exposure at Funeral for Wife, Fatal :.'."-. LAKE MILLS, Feb. "6.-- Funeral services for Helmer Rasmusson, 37, who died Tuesday .evening, will be held Saturday _noon at the.funeral home'- ; in Albert-Lea, Minn;,' and at 1:30 o'clock · at .'the Lime Creek, church west, of'Emmons. Mr. Rasmusson had been:ill two weeks and Hosiery Beautiful, sheer silk hose in just the weight you like most . . i service weight with narrow lisle hem or chiffon pure . silk to the top. These hose combine beauty and serviceability. New spring colors. and *!' 50 Prints that fairly shout- spring The patterns and colors are so clever, so springy, that we just cari't'.help getting .so enthused. You, too, will like them. Of course they are all .guaranteed fast colors. Come in and select yours now ... three groups to choose from -19 1 Long Distance o started with a two mile talk, · · YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD CHARGE The new Baguette. The watch she will appreciate .most. A beautifully de-. signed case with a guaranteed jeweled move- L O O PAY AS ltTliE AS $ KANAWHA-- Mrs. 1 M. ' Baker WEEK of Kanawha and Mrs: J. tS'euwen of Belmond,- were callers at Maabn City. . ' ' · ' "-·· "· : · ' - . ' ' -."· . Attend'. Druggist Convention. ·· ALGONA--Al.Falkenhainer .anc Metzar - ·' Falkenhainer returneil Thursday from: DBS Molnes where they attended -the· aimual druggist convention. ' ; · ' . - ' · ' ' · P. E. O. Has Meeting. , GARNER--The local- P.. E. .chapter, niet -with Mrs. -.Carl Roe In her home Wednesday.-Mrsi. Charles Frlsbie -gave-the -lesson- on "Tht Bible as ah inspiration' In muslc."- 75 Are at Partyi; NORA SPRINGS^-The American Legion'auxiliary sponsored a benefit card party with, an attendanct of 75. The entertainment of the evening was progressive.five hundred Mrs. Harry Olson, VerievDemo anc Frank Behne won high scored Leave for Alabama. ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. Ahtot Anderson and daughter, Mrs; Lo reen Simmons, left by car yfcAnes day f o r ' Mobile, Ala., to spend- a ·nonth. ···'·;·' ·.-'· ' ' ·'· '·- Wins nt Brltt. HUTCHINSr-Walter- Zuqhlke : o this community won first plact. in the oratorical division of the do, clamatory contest in Britt WcdneF day evening. He will repre.~enl thi Britt high school at Belmond nex week. ' · · · . : · derson of Charles City will show his second series of:htotiott pictures--at the M." E? churci taken in Switzer- larid-j 'Italy and-Paris Friday.morning: ;··';·' ·'-""'·' "··· · ' · ' · · '·''·'- ·' 1 " Farm Is Sold.. --The Cia'rl Drier 1 80- acre farrii -in' FrankyiHe' township was sold to A. -P. 'Pfister.'Mr. PHs- ter'tobk possession at once; and for the' cottslderatlpn of ?14',000 received also the horses, -stock and machin^ ery of'the farm. · ' " · ·· " ·'''··Attend Brltt'Meeting. ; CORWITH--Twenty-eight members of the 'American 1 liegion and auxiliary' of Elmer' Wilson' post attended the Joint county meeting at B r Itt, Tuesd ay evening'; The next county meeting-' Will 'be held at Britt, but will be sponsored by'-the Corwith post, the da.te to be decided on''later.- · ' · ' '·'" · - - . · · · · · Entertains at Rockfo'rd. ROCKFORD--Mrs. I. H.'- Benson entertained th'eD. A. R:-society at luncheon Thursday,- being asslsteii by Mrs. Dick FtiHerton. ' i · · =. · GolilfJeldMan Successor. ·" EAGLE GROVE--Jack DeVa'ul. who has been In 'charge of 'the Skel- ly-oir'station at-thd corner of Broadway and Wright avenue, has re signed, and is succeeded 'by Gran' Jergenseri of 361dfield: · · ' Leave-'for Colorado. 'GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mr; Hugh · Foster 'loft Friday morriin-. for Pierce, Colo:, where: they wiii visit at.-the parental Frank Fostc- 1 home. - · ' :··' ':· " ' ' ' ··" Postmaster Arrives. : , · ; TITONKA--Mrs. A.'M. 'Peterson Titonka's postmaster, arrived hom Wednesday from Rochester, Minn where she spent several weeks fol; lowing an operation at- the May- hospital:'She-is improved in health !ind will snon be able to take up hi-' postoffice'duties. " · ' · · . . Go to Funeral. LATIMER--Jacob Scbnlder, an'J George HeltUind went to Buff.'ilc Center Thursday to .ntlane) t.he En rites of Mr. HcitlanJ s 'hrotli er-in-law. it crosses continents and oceans N the night of October 9,1876, two excited young men talked to each other over a distance of two miles. One was Alexander Graham Bell, inventor, of the telephone; the other was Thomas -A. Watson, his co-worker. ·Their .conversation that night over a telegraph :^ire between Cambridgeport arid . Boston was' the beginning of long distance telephony. It proved that the telephone was a : practical success. .' · · Four years later. Boston talked with , Providence 45 miles away and in 1884 with New York over wires 235 miles long. Grad- . ually na'telephone instruments were im- . proved, better lines built and hew inventions ' applied to' teliphdning, "Long Distance" extended its reach . .. westward to Chicago . . .'to Omaha ... to Denver . .. on to San . Francisco in 1915. ' In 1927,' telephone service via radio between Europe and America was opened to the public. :The year 1930 brought South America within talking distance of ' 'the" United States. . ... When telephone service first was intro- ·duced in the states where this Company* ·operates, a telephone user could talk to a few score or few'hundred persons in the same community. Then lines were built to connect towns . . . gradually long distance lines spread until practically every community now can be joined with the nation-\ride network of more than 12,000,000 miles of intercity wires and with the radio-telephone channels which connect with Europe and South America. ; Extension of telephone service--constantly increasing the number of telephones you can. reach^is one way in which this Company is able to make your service more valuable. · · Your telephone becomes more useful as the number of other telephones with which it can be connected increases. Alexander Graham Bell hears Thomas Watson two miles awau- 1876 Our Poli cy: Th e most tele' phone service and the at the least cost to the public. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY ' ' ' ' ' ' Nnrthwestem Dell Telephone Company, which operates in the states of Town, Minnesota, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, is an Associated Company cf llie Bell ·System. It owns and operates more lhan 650,000 telephones, -its lines connect with more than 900,000 telephones of other companies in these five sl.-.tes and with nearly 30,000,000 others throughout the United States antf in foreign countries. It employs more than 12,000 men and women. r, I 'I rl

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