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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 12, 1933
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 12 1933 JUDGING OF 4 COUNTY FAIR ENTRIES STARTS AT ACKLEYf WORKERS HOLD ANNUAL DINNER Large Number of Exhibits Is Reported by Hunt, Head of Association. ACKLEY, Dec. 12.--Judging of corn, small grains, fruits, vegetables, poultry and colts started this morning as the annual Four county fair got into full swing. Yesterday was. entry day and J. M. Hunt, president of the fair, announced that although premiums had .been cut some, due to circumstances, the list of entries was larger than ever. The annual workers' dinner for conimitteemen and their wives was held today noon in the Presbyterian church. The fair will continue tomorrow and Thursday. Today's program Included: Judging of corn, Prof. L. C. Burnett; small grains by county agents; fruits and vegetables, C. V. .Holslng- cr; poultry/ Professor Vemon; colts, Harry D. Linn; a talk on "Care and Feeding of Young Horses," H. D. IJnn; rot eradication, round tahle discussion. Judging Will Continue,, Wednesday's program will be Judging of grains/continued; judging of baby beeves, fat barrows and purebred heifers by Rex Beresford Also a talk on "Soil Analysis," by John Coverdale. On Thursday will- be the high school judging contest. A talk concerning the agricultural outlook will te given by J. C. Galloway and a discussion on hybred corn, by Prof L. C. Burnett; . On each of the three evenings there will be programs-in the local high school auditorium on things of interest to the public in general; This evening- will be stunt night at which each of the four counties will present a bit of entertainment. On Wednesday evening will be music, women's corn husking contest, 4-H demonstration and on Thursday evening, music, presentation of trophies, by J. S. Russell of Des Moines, and serving of prize cakes. The home economics department Will feature exhibits of needlework and cooking and demonstrations Four-H clubs will receive prominent recognition. Trophies offered this year are the Brandt cup for the grand champion baby beef, the Miller trophy for the best yield an acre, for not less than 10 acres; seed corn trophy, Henry Osterland; Four County Bankers' cup for the alfalfa yield contest and the American Legion medal. There will be a parade at 1 p, m Wednesday, which will feature educational and comic floats and a representation of some local business houses. Chris Funk, 87, Well Known Farmer in South Franklin County, Dies IOWA FALLS, Dec. 12.--Chris Funk, 87, died yesterday - a t his h o m e northwest of here. Mr. Funk was a well known farmer In south Franklin county. He was a brother of J. H. Funk, one of the prominent men in public life in this state, several years ago. Interment will · take place in Union cemetery. Mr. Funk came here from Odell, 111., many years ago. His wife died several months ago and a son also preceded him in death. Pankow, 75, Retired Kiester Farmer, Dies; Survived by Four Sos KIESTER, Minn., Dec. 12.--Henry Pankow, 75, a retired farmer who the last few years made his home with a son,'died from a stroke early Saturday. He farmed for a number of years between here and Wells. He Is survived by four sons, his wife having died about 12 years ago. He is a.native of Germany. Large Crowds See Play by Latimer Junior Class LATIMER, Dec. 12. -- "Where Jane takes a Haul," junior class play, was a success when presented before a packed hall. Saturday night the same play was given for the second time with a large attendance present. The director was Miss Stella Jones. The orchestra, managed by Dr. J. F. Martin, gave several numbers. Closing- Date Set, PLYMOUTH, Dec. 12.--U. S. civil service examination for postmaster at Plymouth will be held with closing date for receipt of application set as Dec. 29, 1933. -MERKEL'S : Practical Presents Preferred-- Gadgets and doodads are all very well, but the best dressed , Christmas trees this year will wear something that's practical. And so we suggest articles of wearing apparel, accessories or perhaps something for, the home such as blanke'ts and linens. Make a tour of inspection in our various departments and you will see many suggestions for a practical Christmas. -'si- Handkerchiefs Alwavs-- fill the bill to give to those persons who have everything a n c at the same time the bill need no b e s o h i g h There's an end less variety o: designs and types --you just mus come in and sei them. A new shipment h a i just been unpacked. Price range from lOc to 50c each. ·^ .· Plums in Ready-to-Wear-You can't actu ally put in your thumb, and pul out a plum--but you can la; hands on some perfectly grani dresses at such bargains tha you'll say, "What a smart gir am I!" We've gone through stock and reduced prices on great many coats, dresses, eve ning gowns and knit dresses. O course there's not every colo or size, so please be early. o Wtio Doesn't Like-Mickey Mouse That's fine! Now that we al agree that Mickey is a grea fellow let's wear some Mlcke Mouse Jewelry and show him how we appreciate him. THer are bracelets, necklaces, rings knives, pocket combs and eve watches. Only 59c each. "Put on Those-mittens, child -do you want t f r e e z e y o u hands?" G l v them a pair o leather g l o v e with warm fleec or wool linin and they'll be proud "of them they'll never for get to put them on, 5Sc to 51.25 pair. Gaily color mittens and glove ed wool from 29c to 51 a pair. 'or Those Friends Who-prefer a ( good ook to other pleasures we sug- est a volume of Walter J. Slack Classics. They are uni- ormly bound in tan sheepskin vith the title in 24K. gold, 'lexible and of fine quality aper. Thirty titles £0 select rom and they are priced at tnly ?1 each. Host Younger Girls-are addicts to seeping daily diaries so one for Christmas would not be amiss, leather binding in mottled or checked designs, lock and key, and pages for a five-year record. Perhaps Your Out-of-Town friends w o u l d take the hint to write oftener if you send them each a fountain pen. Styles have changed so radically that a pen a year or two old s e e m s out of date. Parkette Pens, made by Parker, are priced at only $1.25. and $1.75, and Swallow Pens at $1. Parkette Pen and Pencil Sets are $1.95 and $2.85. Then There's the Lady-who likes feminine things such as lingerie. We've just received from Kayser, some lovely pajamas of silk and lisle, tailored with collar, long sleeves and socks to match. In pink only at $2.98. You'd Think They-were made of glove silk because they're knitted of Spun-lo yarns -- these luxurious one-piece pajamas in blue and tea rose. Also tailored in combinations of colors. ?1.98. Gowns at 51.98. You'll Marvel at-the clever boxed stationery we have for Christmas giving. Note size and regular size papers and correspondence cards. 50c and $1. HERE AND THERE · · * · « · Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Wedding Anniversary Observed. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Will Heginger entertained at-a progres- ive 500 party in honor of their ourteenth wedding anniversary, aul Kemp won high prize. Will leach at Lonerock. BANCROFT--Mabel Howe, who caches the Nyman school three miles west of Bancroft will teach he third and fourth grades In the jonerock school starting Jan. 2. She will fill the vacancy of Miss {midson, .who died following an op- ration" for .'appendicitis. · Sails From New York. WODN--Eric Olson, sailed from New .York Saturday for Norway vhe're he will visit with hla parents for an indefinite time. ' :·· Club Is Entertained. MANLY -- Mr. arid Mrs. C. M. orenson .entertained the Sunday night dinner culb at their home Sunday. Birthday Is Celebrated, OTRAHTO--Relatives and friends helped Mrs. J. P. Hansen celebrate her birthday. Family Reunion Planned. CRYSTAL LAKE--A family reunion o£ the McFarlands'is-being planned at the ·' homer of Mr. and ylra. Em'raett McFarland Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. "McFar- and and their six daughters and families will gather at the home of the McFarland's only BOO, Eramett Mrs. Brlckey Hostess. STILSON--The W. M. A. met at the home of Mrs. G. C. Brickey Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Tver Brown was leader. Meet at Thornton. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Ionian attended a meeting ' and dinner of the "Ace Hi" Telephone club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Klith at Thornton. Cards and dancing were enjoyed during he evening. Bazar Nets $90. LAKOTA--Ninety dollars was leared at tie supper and bazar eld by the ladies of the Fresby- erian aid at the church Saturday veniiigr. Returns From Hospital. CORWITH---Enos Dunfee return- d Friday from Iowa City where he ad been a patient at the University lospltal. Miss Florence Oberhelman ia recovering from an opera- ion performed Friday at the Mercy .capital; Fort Dodge. Working on Dam. GOODLL -- CWA ·;workers are i usy i working this week at East Twin Lake, building a dam. Move to Hawarden. SCARVILLE--R. N. Quist and amlly moved to their new home in Hawarden Saturday. Mr. Quist's po- itiou here as station agent has een filled temporarily by Mr. Hicky, a relief agent. Bnzar Proceeds $200. CHAPIN--The bazar and supper given .by the Congregational ladies aid society' Saturday afternoon and evening wag well attended. Pro- ~eeds were nearly ?200. .Moving to Scarvlllc. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Leo lunningham and two children will eave Wednesday for their . new home at Searville where Mr. Cunningham is the new station agent, rle has been a telegraph operator icre for 13 years until the present electric tower signal system was adopted. Christmas Party Held. NORTHWOOD--S i g m a B e t a chapter of the Delphian organiza- :lon held its annual Christmas party Monday afternoon of this week at the home of Mrs. A. S. Lund. A 1 o'clock picnic luncheon waa followed by the exchange of small gifts and an afternoon of social en joyment. NO HOT W A T E R I NO E L E C T R I C I T Y ! r-fc USE ·or HEATS Two tahJopoorj rf'oold witcr--»U TOU need tc opence thii i3uzing beat paJ. Pocr In tie witer. tilt it from tide to tide for a moment, ind Tbcnnat gira you fl to 10 t*jur» of Heat--time tod lime, ajxin-- SO to 11J bour* in every unit. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! The output of Iowa cheese fac- ories last year was 1,068,082 pounds Visitors From Minnesota, DOWS -- W- L. Johnson, -Hancock, ·linn.,' and J. O. E. Johnson, Nortb vooci,' Minn., visited during the week-end in the home of their rela- ives, Mrs. Mary Buckton:and Mrs. Christiana Johnson. .Will 'Meet Thursday. NORA SPRINGS-- The monthly meeting of the W. C. 'T. U. will be leld Thursday afternoon at the lome of Mrs. Julius Prlbbenow. A study of citizenship and a special irogram will be given. Visit In nilnols. POPE JOY-- Mr. and .Mrs. John lumes, Robert and .Margaret, and klr. and Mrs. Harry Lancaster left or a 10 day visit with relatives at and other points in Illinois. . · Prepare for Program. . SEXTON-- Children of the. Sunday school are practicing '.'for a hristmas program to be "given Saturday night, Dec. 23, at the :hurch here. Mrs.. Harvey Steven and Mrs. Druscilla Noble are dtrect- ng.' Mrs. H1U in Capitol. NORA SPRINGS-- Mrs. Lafe Hill las gone to Pes Moines where she and Senator Hill will remain dur- ng the extra session of the legis- ature. B. F. Westcoat Is assisting kVayne Kingsbury in the Advertiser ffice work during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Hill. Dies at Cedar Rapids. OSAGE-- Mr. and Mrs.. Victor Ousting were called to Cedar Rap- ds Monday by news of the sudden eath Sunday night of Mr. Hust- ng's mother. ' Moves From Nashua. ROCKWELI,-- C. L. Lathrop, alesimui, with terltory comprising e east half of Cerro Gordo coun- y, has moved with his family from Fashua to Rockwell, occupying the Truttt restaurant building on Main treet. Daughter If Bora. RAKE '-- Born to Mr. and Mrs. lelmer, Mathlsori, .a/girl, Saturday. Twins Aro Born. ' . ' CALMAR -- Mr. and -Mrs. Lewis ,ukes of. near Rldgeway, are piir- nta of twins, a girl and boy, born o them at the Decorah hospital. Homo From Dubuque. CALMAR-- Henry Weselman was rought home Sunday froni Du- uque where he has been confined o a sanitarium several weeks tak- ng treatments. Plaiincd for Friday. RUDD -- Members of the Home- Builders class will hold a social evening at the Ben Duesenberg home Friday. Three Return to School. DOWS -- Three high school boys eturned to school Monday, Lawrence Wilson, after several weeks' absence with infection in his leg caused by. a slight injury in football; Reuben Huer after several weeks with Malta fever and 'Ken neth Parker after several days' suffering caused by accidentally swallowing a bit of glass. Bazar Receipts $209. SWBA CITY-- The M. E. Aid ba- zar held Saturday made a profit of $200 on dinners, suppers and proceeds from the various booths. Mrs. T. F. Mitchell Is president of the aid society. Visiting in Rake. R A K E -- Selmer Sorenson Is spending a few days at the Dan Ja cobson home at Gilbert. Meet in Hinman Home. NORTHWOOD-- Members of the Twenties club held their regular meeting and Christmas party at the home of Miss Marcella Hinman Monday evening. Miss Hinman and Miss Mildred Vinje were hostesses for the evening. OHth Birthday Planned. ORCHARD-- Mr. and Mrs. Ceylon Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andrews and Mrs. Georgia Andrews went to Waterloo Saturday. Mrs. Andrews spent the day with her aged aunt, Mra. Silvia Lylle, who on Feb. 1 will celebrate her ninety-fifth birthday. Honored on Birthday. · GARNER -- Mrs. Mary Jenaen, an invalid whq lives with her daughter, Mrs. Ella Gilbert, received a postal shower in honor of her seventieth birthday. Visitor From Nebraska. POPEJOY-- Mrs. Frieda Bauer of Grant, Nebr., is visiting her sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gulney and John. Win Prizes at Party. PROTIVIN-- The ladles aid society met at the Adolph Kalishek home. The evening was spent playing 500. Mrs. Adolph Zahasky won ,'irst prize and Mrs. Orvllle Byram the low. Visitors From Illinois. , NORA SPRINGS-- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Uaseld started Monday from their home in Paris, 111., for Nora Springs to. visit Mrs. Unseld's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Potter. CaHed to Sterling. OSAGE -- Mr. and Mrs. RoyRunke went to Sterling, 111., Monday, called by the death of the former's stepfather, Conrad Runke. The senior Mr. Runke had charge of the Annual Banquet Planned. BURT--The Portland township Farm Bureau will hold its annual Banquet at the Presbyterian church here tonight. Are Parents,of Daughter. BUFFALO CENTER--A daugh- er. was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ankeny at Dolmage hospital. . . In Iowa City Hospital. HAMPTON--Mrs. Charles Crandall is a patient at the University hospital in Iowa City, where she Is receiving treatment. Program to Be Given. DOWS--The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian church will hold its annual bazar and aupper Wednesday evening. A program will be members of the high school after the supper. New Club Organized. GOLDFIELD--A new club, known as the So-Sew club, was organized at the home of Miss Tressa Rasmussen Friday afternoon. The following · officers were elected: Miss Iris Wiser, president; Miss Irene Larson, vice president; Miss Nellie Larson, secretary treasurer. Is Slightly Improved. LATIMER--Art Hopkey, who has been confined to his home for several weeks on account of poor health, is slightly improved. Visitors From Montana. LYLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nelson and two children from Vida, Mont., arrived to visit Mrs. Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Hofland. Will Elect Officers. BRADFORD--The C. D. E. club will meet with Mrs. Rose Kothenbeutel Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Margaret Thines and Mra. Mary nankin will be in charge of the Christmas party. Election of offl-. cers will be held. Born at Swaledale. SWALEDALE-rMr. and Mrs. Henry Olgn Brune have a 10 pound boy born Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mason are parents of an SV- pound boy born Monday. This is iheir second child. Return From Janesville. DUMONT-- Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Brown went to Janesville, Minn., Monday to visit their son, James Brown and family. They returned HANSEN NAMED CREAMERY HEAD 314,344 Pounds of Butter Made at Crystal Lake, Report Shows. , CRYSTAL LAKE, Dee. 12.--The Crystal Creamery company held its annual meeting Saturday afternoon in the American Legion auxiliary hall. The creamery paid 22.88 cents for butterfat a pound to the patron. The butterfat received for the year was 253,693 pounds and total manufactured 314,344 pounds. Carl Pederson has been the butter- maker "here for the past seven years. ' Officers re-elected were: P. A. Hansen, president; C. M. Christenson, vice president; Alberta Mats on, secretary; Farmers National bank, treasurer. Directors, P. A. Hansen, Hans Mortensbn, John Ruoss, A. A. Matson and'C. M. Christenson. Hurt Man, 80, Injured in Tumble From Tree BURT, Dec/12.--C. G. Rentz, 80, fell from a tree Saturday and suf- fered'a broken leg above the ankle. He was cutting a .branch from the tree. It flew up and struck him causing him to fall to the ground, Chickasaw County's CWA Quota of 232 Is Filled NEW HAMPTON, Deo. 12.--E. P. Donohue, relief administrator, announced that Chicakasaw county's CWA quota has been raised from 175 to 232 men. The quota was to be filled Monday, Donohue stated. C. C. C. Camp Gets Flag. CRESCO, Dec. 12.--The Woman's Relief Corps of Cresco donated a large American flag to the C. C. C. camp here. This is the tenth flag given by this W. R. C. THIS IS HUEY'S BOY Young Russell -Long is apparently undisturbed by the political storm raging around his father, Huey P. Long, Louisiana senator, A New Orleans high school student, be Is shown with a basket which he and his schoolmates provided for the needy. (Associated Press Photo). Johnson Named Master of Northwood Masonic Lodg NORTHWOOD, Dec. 12.--Officers for 1934 were elected by Northern Light Masonic lodge at the annual meeting. Those named to serve were Dr. H. F. Johnson, master; R. A. Hinman, senior warden; M. A. Hunter, Junior warden; Guy C. Toye, treasurer; and L. J. Thompson, secretary. BUTLER FARMERS SEEK HOGS PEG Petitions Are Circulated to Urge Price Set at $6 a Hundred. ALLISON, Dec. 12.--The Butlev county Farm Bureau is sponsoring a series of meetings in regard to asking the government to help .raise the price of hogs. Meetings, have already been held. at Clarksville, Parkersburg and Greene.. . About 125 petitions are In clrcu- i lation among the farmers of Butler county. The signed petitions will be. forwarded to Secretary Wallace. The petition follows: "Whereas, the government has tentatively set* a market for com at 45 cents a. bushel, and the price of hogs has been forced down .by that action of the government, we, the farmers of Butler county, petition the score- tary of agriculture to peg the price of hogs to $6 a hundred. We believe the packers are taking too large a profit from our product. We further believe, since we, as farmers, are willing to co-operate in a'reduction program, that we deserve considers- tlon for our product." Osage Farmer Injured in Fall From Hayrack OSAGE, Dec. 12.--Merlin Angcll, a young farmer north of Osage was Injured yesterday in a. fall from a load of straw he was hauling. The hayrack hit a post, throwing Mr. · Angell to the ground, his face striking with such force that the cheekbone was believed to have been fractured. He was taken to Rochester, Minn., for examination. Eye Removed After Injury. WHITTEMORE, Dec. 12.--George Streit had an operation for the removal of his right eye in Fort Dodge. When he was husking he ran a piece of cornstalk in the eye. Tuesday. Daughter Is Born. . -- A daughter- was C. G. W. roundhouse time. t born*t'o~Mr.: and 'Mrs. Melvih T Peterson Friday at their home. They now have two daughters. Airs. Do Graiv Leads. WHEELERWOOD--The Riverside club met for its regular meeting with Mrs. A. E. Ferrier. Roll call was answered by giving Christmas suggestions. Mrs. DeGraw led the project meeting 1 on dress clinic. The next meeting is to be with Mrs. Cecil Pethick Jan. 3. Win. Spend Winter. BRADFORD--Mrs. Ed Stlnson of Hampton has come to spend the winter months with her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Roche. Plan Christmas Party. DUMONT -- The Sorosis of the United Brethren church will hold Its annual Christmas party with exchange of presents Thursday at the parsonage. Hostesses will be Mrs. H. M. Tlpsword, Mrs. Guy Mlnert, Mrs. Earl Crooks, Mrs. Everett Hutchison and Mrs. F. M. Sorenson. Home From California. SWALEDALE--George Krammer has returned from California where he spent the summer. Taken to Minneapolis. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Young drove to Minneapolis taking Mrs. Albrecht, a sister of Mrs. Young, who has been visiting here, to her home. Visits 111 Relative. PORTLAND -- Ed Wyborney is spending a few days in Lime Springs visiting at the home of a aick brother-in-law. Club Sale Nets $29. WHEELHRWOOD -- The Busy See club cleared §29.52 at the auction sale. Part of the proceeds will g;o to the Wheelerwood church and the Orphan home. Reported Some Better. LYLE, Minn. -- Sever Knutson and Mr. and Mra, Basel Knutson from Fingal, N. Dak., are visiting Sever Knutson's brother, Knute, who has been very ill, but who Is reported as some better. Will Hold Bazar. FERTILE--The Lutheran Free church will hold a bazar Friday evening. ' Will Hold Party. SWALEDALE--Mrs. Carl Derry's division of the Catholic aid will have a card party Wednesday evening in the hall. flo to Iowa. City. PROTIVIN--Wllma Kalishck and Joe Prochaska and Leonard Pro chaska motored to Iowa City Sunday. Hotsesses to Circle. NORA SPRINGS--The Calendar circle will be entertained In the Methodist church parlors Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. C. E. Garni an, Mrs. I. C. Bronson, Mrs. F. W Schmidt, Mrs. Amanda Hart, Mrs J. W. Kennedy and the Misses Beulah and Mabel Gould. Home From Jury. ORCHARD--Vern Evans return ed home from Dubuque Saturday where he served on federal Jury lasi week. Visitors From California, WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs George Mergen, Jr., and family o Rosebud, Cal., arrived to visit Mrs here for a Margaret Mergen and other rela tlves. For Mother's TTICB i What Gift could be finer than a new Detroit Jewel or Universal GAS RANGE '·39- 51 35. ·55 S5 \'f. is suV \ l·- 1 I I SI S 36 I 6! «£ ca? 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