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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 7 · 1937 j J H; WALLACE OUTLINES 10 POINT PROGRAM FOR FARMING SEEKS TO KEEP INCOME HIGH "Would Make Agriculture on Par With Industry and ' · ' - ' · Business. WASHINGTON, (IP)--Secretary Wallace outlined Thursday a ten point program for keeping America's 30,000,000 farmers on a pai with business and industry. "Agriculture is no longer the forgotten industry of the United States,"- he said, citing a four year rise in estimated farm income from 55,500,000,000 to $9,000,000,000. · · . : The farmer's income has returned to its pre-war parity with urban incomes, Wallace said, declaring lie will seek to maintain that relationship. His .program: Opportunity to Organize. 1. Free opportunity for farmers to organize. 2. Fair and stable income for the farmer, on an equal with city incomes. 3. Supplies of farm goods adjusted to adequate home needs and foreign demand. 4. Foreign policies to encourage peace with other countries and an expanding market abroad for American farm products. 5. Conservation o? the soil and other, natural resources. 6. Turning below-standard land to non-farm uses. T'. Crop insurance, to cushion the shock of drought, flood, frost and plague, combined with the ever-normal granary. - 8. Better opportunities for the .man with the hoe to o'wn his land, and increased security for tenants and owner-operators. Higher Living Standard. 9. A higher standard of living for the poorer farmers. . 10. Industrial policies to insure abundance for wage-earners and farmers alike. Only two dangers threaten the farmer's future, farm experts said --a European war or another drought. Drought again would strain credit and relief resources in some regions, they predicted. A plan for the government to insure farm crops is on the president's desk. The insurance would start only in wheat in 1938, but administration 'leaders say congress may include cotton and corn. Alta Vista Creamery Annual Session Held j :i ALTA VISTA---About 60 pat' rons bf-the Alta Vista Farmers 'Creamery association met in the Municipal hall here Tuesday afternoon for the annual meeting. President A. C. Bandl was chairman; Carl White secretary. Wick Kolbet succeeded Christ Gebel and Ernest Schulz was re-elected to the board. Other members of the board to hold over were Clem Recker, Albert Tenge, Lou Wegner, John Offerman and A. C. Handle. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in. North Iowa and Minnesota Visit in Chicago. TITONKA -- Miss Genevieve Cosgrove and John Cosgrove left Thursday for Chicago lo'visit two weeks with their brother, Kenneth, and family. ' Visitor From Verona. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mrs. Ethel Lemna of Verona, N. Dak., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Howard Rose, and family. Iteturns to Wyoming. THORNTON--Miss Marian Alberty returned to Rock Springs, Wyo., to resume her school duties as teacher at that place. She spent the holiday with her mother, Mrs. Cora Alberty, and other relatives. Return From Jackson. LELAND--Haral Haraldson and Ole J. Olson returned Monday from Jackson, Minn., where they spent the holidays with relatives. Return From California. FERTILE -- James Lucken of Fertile, Martin Hjelmeland of Otranto, Wess Hill and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Ouverson returned home Monday evening from an 18 day trip to California. They attended the Rose Bowl football game. a Plan Annual Meeting. R O C K W E L L -- The annual meeting of -the Congregational church will be held at the home of Mrs. Belle Doderer Wednesday evening. Club Hears Talk. . TJTONKA--Thd 4-H club met n the schoolhouse Monday evening with 11 members present. Robert Schutjer talked on "Care and Management of a Dairy Bull" and Lloyd Miller a talk on "Win- ,er Care of Birds." The president s Earl Zweifel. · " Move Near johnsburg:. STACYVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wingert moved their farm equipment and household goods o a farm north of Johnsburg, Minn. Roscoe Krahenbuhl will operate the farm vacated by Mr. Wingert. Kecoverimr From Pneumonia. JOfCE--The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Haroldson, ocal^ residents, is slowly recover- ng ' from pneumonia. Thomas Quisling, local farmer, is also recovering from pneumonia. Honored at Shower. CORWITH--Mrs. Elmer Marr was honored at a miscellaneous shower Monday afternoon given 3y Mrs. C. B. Meyers and Mrs. Harvey Hankins at the Meyers' home south of Corwith. Mrs. Marr was Miss Pauline -Brown before her marriage on New Year's day. Visitors From Chicago. THORNTON -- Fred · Throssel, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Throssel, Jr., and Andreene, Mrs. Lora Throssel, Lorene and Lew Warren, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Musgerd, Donna and Bobby, Clear Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Westwick and Betty Jean and Miss Maxine Green, Chicago, were dinner guests at the Henry Letzring home I in Sheffield. Simple Way to Ease a Cold Two Quick-Acting, Quick-Dissolving Bayer Aspirin Tablets with a.Glass of Water The modern way to ease a cold is this: Two Bayer Aspirin tablets the moment you feel a cold coming on. Then repeat, if necessary, according lo instructions in the box. At the same time, if you have a sore throat, crush and dissolve three BAYER, tablets in one-third glass of water. And gargle with this mixture twice. ' The Bayer Aspirin you take internally will act to combat fever nnd the pains which usually accompany colds. The gargle will act as a medicinal gargle-to provide almost instant relief from rawness nud pain. It is really marvelous; for it nets !ike a local anesthetic on the irritated membrane of your throat. Try this way. Your doctor, we know, will endorse it. For it is a quick, effective means of combating acold. Ask for Bayer Aspirin by the fuli name at your druggist's -- nob for "aspirin" alone. 15" FOR A DOZEN 2 FULL DOZEN FOR 25C VIRTUALLY 1C A TABLET Know Your State A Daily Fact About loway Iowa alone produces nearly 50 per cent more corn each year than the entire country of Argentine. In Mayo Clinic. HANLONTOWN-- Miss. Lucile Calhoun, a former resident but now a teacher in the Bcloit, Wis.j schools, is at the Mayo clinic, Rochester, Minn., for examination. Miss -. Calhoun has suffered" a breakdown. Ueturn From Spokane. GALT--Dr. and Mrs: Potter returned Monday from Spokane, Wash., where they spent the holidays. Visit in North'Carolina. ORCHARD--Clyde \Vishon of Davonia is visiting his grandparents and other relatives at Queen City, N. Car. Daughter Is Born. GALT--Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Barnes are parents of a daughter. Mrs. Barnes is at the Bird's hos- lital at Clarion. Win in Baby Contest. 'BRICELYN, Minn.--The winners of the Bricelyn baby contest were announced Monday. John Vlikel Leland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Leland, won first prize; Anna Marie Fosness, daughter of Mr. and · Mrs. Leonard Fosncss, won second; Bobby Riker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pate Riker, won third. These three were picked from 29 babies entered in the contest. Taken to Iowa City. NORA SPRINGS--Win Waters who has been ill for a long time :ias been taken to the University hospital at Iowa City for treatment. Move (o Garner. KANAWHA--David Erickson is employed at the O. E. Johnson drug store. Mrs. Brower, who formerly worked there, left for Garner to make her new home. Are Parents of Son. T I T O N K A --Mr. and Mrs. Henry VanHove are parents of a 10 pound boy, Henry Carol, born to them Dec. 31. This is the third child, the other two died shortly after birth. Moviner to Town. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Ace Wood, who.have lived on a farm in Dayton township many years; have sold the place to her son, Charles Ackerman, and wife. They bought the late John Hodgson cottage and will move to town March 1. Aicl Society Elects. SWALEDALE -- The following officers were elected .by the Catholic Ladies Aid: President, Mrs, Wayne Bender; vice president, Mrs. Sherman Swensen, and secretary, Mrs. Carl Darey. Visitors Are Entertained. GALT--Mr. and Mrs. Elmei. Buckingham o£ Wyoming, Iowa, spent the week-end in the Nick Poncin, Jr., home. Works at Blue Earth. B R I C E L Y N , Minn. -- Miss Gladys Erdal, who has been em- .ployed in the State bank at Bricelyn for several years, started to work for D. V. Murphy of Blue Earth on Tuesday. Hosts at Bridge. TITONKA-^Mrs. William Boyken entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. High score was made by Mrs. Homer Downs, second high by Mrs. Carl Callies and low by Mrs. Frank Fisher. Guests in addition ~to members included Mesdanies Hoy Budlong, H. C Downs and H. I. Torgersen. Visitors From .Watertown. LONEROCK--Nevin Bowen o Waterloo and Kermit Cram o Watertown, S. Dak., were guests j of their fraternity brothers, Donald and Gordan Blanchard, at the parental J. M. Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Vaux and two children of. Stillman Valley, II]., were guests of the Eugene Pearson family, Mrs. Vaux being a sister of Mr. Pearson. Leave for Minneapolis. RAKE--Miss Mildred Erdahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Erdahl, left Wednesday for Minneapolis to enroll in a business college. Station Is Sold. SEXTON--Floyd Pasley sold his Skelly gas station to Mr. and Mrs. Vern Smith o£ Algona. T h e Smith's took' possession and Mr. and Mrs. Pasley moved into the Mrs. -Mary Kutschaip house in southeast Sexton. Visitors From Cedar Rapids. JOICE--Braham Abraham and son Charles, Cedar Rapids, are visiting relatives here. Ill With Pneumonia. LAKE MILLS--Charlie Brackey, aged farmer living south is seriously ill, with pneumonia. He is the father of Austin Brackey. Returns to Missouri. NORA SPRINGS--Miss Shirley Sherman, who has been spending her holiday vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sherman returned to her studies at Stephens 'college, Columbia, Mo. Public Installation Held. TITONKA--Public joint installation of the officers for the Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges was held at the hall Tuesday evening, with A. M. Peterson, district deputy, in charge for the Odd Fellows and Mrs. Allcnc Macauley, district deputy from Burt installing for the Rcbekahs. For the Odd Fellows the noble grand is George S. Hansen, and for the Rebekahs the noble grand is Mrs. Ollic Bruns. Taken to Iowa City. DUMONT--Miss Madonna Day, who suffered with infantile paralysis 20 years ago, was taken to the Iowa City hospital for a new brace and a checkup on her condition. , 111 in Chicago. CARPENTER--Word was received here that Ed Durkee, who is visiting at the home of- his daughter, Clyder Groner, in Chicago, is ill. Visitors From Champaign. SWALEDALE--Mrs. Fred Lewis of Champaign, 111., is visiting her brother, Wayne and Herald Bender. Mr. Lewis is spending several days at 'the..home of his brother, Roy near Floyd, before coming ler'e. They formerly were farmers in this community. Mother is III. TITONKA--Ben G. Pannkuk of Estherville, George of Minneapolis, Clarence of Fairmont and Anton of Thornton were. here Sunday to visit their mother, Mrs. S. S. Pannkuk, who is critically 11. It was the first time the four Brothers had been together for five years. Move From Idaho. THORNTON --Mr. and Mrs. eorge Jensen moved their household goods from Filer, Idaho. They rented the farm of Mrs. Minnie "Vlors and will reside there. Goes to DCS Moincs. FERTILE--Senator Leo H. El:hon left Monday for Des Moines, getting ready for the next session of the legislature. Club Meetings Held. GARNER--The Recital club met Monday.night with Mrs. Nat Buck. Mrs. Emma Johnston led a esson on "Religion of Explorers" and "Conducting Musical Bodies." ^Irs. Fern Katter was granted a eave of absence. The Progressive club met the same night with Mrs. i. V. Reed. "Americans by Adop- ion" was reviewed by Mrs. F. M. Spayde and W. H. McGrew. · Playlet Is Presented. CORWITH--The Queen Esther class met Monday at the home o£ 3etty Scace. A pot luck supper was followed by . the program which included a playlet, "I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes," given by Harriet Gouge and Maxine Perkins, and a poem, '.'My Talent," by Bety Scace. Games were played, in charge of Mrs. Dorothy Kee, leader. HOWARD COUNTY JURORS NAMED Will Report Monday for Term With Goheen Presiding: CRESCO -- Petit jurors summoned to- appear Monday at the January term of the district court of Howard county, with Judge T. H. Goheen of Calmar presiding, are: . . ·, Bertha Parchman; Cresco; William L. Hyke,'Paris; Ora Stuelke, Oak Dale; Vincent · McCarville, Paris; Raymond Rothamel, New Oregon; Joseph Krukal, Howard Center; Elizabeth Beran, Saratoga; Elmer Kruger, Afton; Mary O. Lomas, Cresco; Bernico Church, Cresco; Peter DeGreve, Albion; Geneva Ellingson, New Oregon; E. R. Davis, Cresco; Frank Baker, New Oregon; Laura Stevenson, Chester; Ed Barnes, Cresco; Bert DeWalle, Cresco; Mary Kennedy, Cresco; Pearl Helweg, Howard Center; Joseph W. Dunn, Afton; Geneva O'Brien, Howard; . Caroline Wilson, Cresco; Pauline Dostal, New Oregon; J. C. Feullng. Cresco; ,C. M. Adams, Vcrnon Springs; John T. Smith, Paris; Theresa Moudry, New Oregon; Leonard McDaniel, Afton; Flossie Maurer, Chester; E. E. Nystle, Paris; Clinton Holcomb, Albion; Margaret Healy, Paris; Gus Rieken, Howard Center; Everette Thomas, Lime Springs; H. K. Eaton, Cresco. i The bar calendar calls for two criminal cases; one noted for trial, 202 civil cases and 181 probate. Grand jurors to serve for 1937 are: C. O. Garrison, Forest City; Charley Nedbert, Afton; Bob Weigle, Jamestown; T. G. Thoinas,- Albion; John Brophy, Paris; John Owens, Vernon Springs; Ed Moldenhauer, Howard Center; John Ellingson, New Oregon; Harry Knight, Oak Dale; Joe Bigley, Howard; George E. Wells, Chester; Jerry Fogle, Saratoga. Hancock Highways Now Patrolled During Night GARNER--Highways in Hancock county are now being regularly patrolled at night since Friday, Jan. 1, when Officer Clair West, formerly of Klemme, and Officer Al Sturzing of Denison. with headquarters at Algona, cover the route. Officer" Claude Benedict will continue working during the day time out of Garner. Merkel's Economy Basement TEA TOWELS 9 f o r $ l lor use. , horn me d and ready Size 36x36. DISH CLOTHES 3 for lOc White knit dish cloths with red, green, blue and gold borde^k" Part Wool Double BLANKETS $2;79 In rose, blue, green and gold with 3 inch sateen binding. Hand Made Candlewick BEDSPREADS $1.95 Easy to wash and no need to iron. White backgrounds with colored tufts in green, gold, blue, rose and orchid. Bleached -TEA TOW ELS 10 for $1 Ready to hem. Steven's Bleached Linen Crash TOWELING 22c yard 18 inches wide with gold, green or blue borders. Unbleached Linen Crash TOWELING 2.1 c yard IS inches wide. Steven's P. crash with red or green borders. Cannon Turkish Towels 4 for 98c Large s i z e , 20x40, double thread with colored borders. In white and pastel shades. SLEEPCRAFT S H E E T S Fine quality sheets. Torn and hemmed. starch. These sheets keep their body, snowy whiteness and smoothness through years o£ service. Cases, 42x36, 27c;.45x36, 29c Merkel's Economy Basement Mrs. Stokkeboe of Rake, Pioneer, to Be Buried on Friday RAKE--Mrs. Nets Stokkeboe, 7G, aged pioneer of this community, died at her home southwest of .town' early Tuesday. She became ill a week ago and had been seriously ill with pneumonia and meningitis. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Lars Fransdah] and Mrs. Merle Ruby of Estherville, Mrs. Leonard Riskedahl of Walters, Minn., and Mrs. Chris Leithe of Rake, and two sons, Joseph and Melvin, who live at home. Her husband preceded her in death 9 years ago. Funeral service will be held at the Zion Lutheran church Friday afternoon conducted by the Rev. S. O. Sorlien. KOSSUTH COURT OPENS JAN, 25 Judge Davidson Will Be on Bench; Jurors Are Chosen. ALGONA--Selection was made Tuesday for the Kossuth county grand jury for the coming year and at the same time the petit jury was selected for the January term of court which begins Jan. 25 with Judge F. C. Davidson of Emmetsburg on the'bench. The grand jurors are, R. E. Baum, Elmore, Minn.; Charles L. Froehlich, Wesley; Simon Henry, Algona; A. C. Holtzbauer, Algona; J. H. McGregor, Bancroft; J. C. Mawdsley, Irvington; William Payne, Ledyard; Henry Ricker, Lakota; Wil- liam Runchey, West Bend; Walter G. Smith, Swea City; W. T. Trainer, Burt, and August Vaudt, Sr., of Whittemore. The petit jury consists of Louis Appelt, Swea City; Alice Andregg, West Bend; August Baumann, La- Icota; Leonard Baas, West Bend; Alice Cox, Algona; Otto Ells- becker, Bancroft; Henry Furst, Algona; Lennice Freeh, Algona; Ed Fasgren, Swea City; D. L. Godden, Burt, Ernest Hoffman, Lakota; Myrtle Holcomb, Swea City; Leonard Hutchinson, Bancroft; P. J. Helmke, Swea City; N. S. Johnson, Rose Kutschara, Perry Phillips, and Harry Winkle all of Algona; Gail Lord, Swea City; O. A'. Laabs, Lonerock; J. H. Mularljeyj, Lakota; Isabelle Mulligan, Ban!croft; E. A. Miller, Ledyard; Jake W. Meyer, Titonka; Helen'Peters, Burt; Robert Pehrson, Swea City; Margaret Richardson, Algona; C. A. Robinson, Bancroft; John Tie|man, Fenton, and Mabel Sehneif der. » Hurry to Oar January Thrift Sale CLEARANCE of New and Used Gas Electric Appliances While They Last! GAS RANGES Ask to See No. Moke of Range 7. 8. Ask to See No. Magic Chef Magic Chef Roper Magic Chef Magic Chef Magic Chef Magic Chef (ABOVE PRICES Description Prfcc Price of Range Was T h r i f t Table Top $ 79.50 5-19.50 Table Top 79.50 59.50 Table Top (used) 164.50 75.00 Table Top 79.50 59.50 Table Top 101.50 S9.50 Console . 99.75 64.50 Table Top 107.00 79.50 Table Top , 79.50 59.50 INCLTJpE ALLOWANCE 'ON 'OLD STOVE) on Sale ELECTRIC RANGES Make of Description Price Range ' of Range Was Hot-Point Console (slightly used) S1GO.OO Hot-Point Table Top 165.00 Hot-Point Table Top KiO.OO. (ABOVE PRICES INCLUDE ALLOWANCE ON OLD STOVE) Price on Thrift Sale § 75.00 135 124.50 WASHERS Ask to See No. 1. 2. . 3. 4. ' 5. 6. Ask to See No. .1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Ask to See No. 1. 2. -.]. 1. 5. (i. 7. S. 9. Moke of Washer Automatic Easy Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic Description of Washer Square Tub Spirolator Duo-Disc Square Tub Round Tub (slightly used) Price Was $79.50 99.50 S9.50 79.50 49.50 49.50 (ABOVE PRICES INCLUDE ALLOWANCE ON OLD WASHER) REFRIGERATORS Price Thrift $56.00 G9.50 64.50 5(5.00 44.50 29.95 on Sale Make of Description » Price Refrigerator of Refrigerator Was Elcclrolux (Slightly used) $.179.5(1 General Electric Monitor Top (floor mod.) 179.50 General Electric Monitor Top (used) 179.50 General Electric Fiat Top (new) 169.50 General Electric Flat Top^ (slightly used) 169.50 General Electric Flat Top (new) 143.50 Price on Thrift Sale ? 99,50 110.00 75.00 149.50 119.00 124.50 RADIOS Make of Radio Philco, 193 table model, S-tube SLrombcrg-CrtrJson, table model, fi-[ube Philco, 193( Console, 6-lubc Philco, I!),'i( Console, G-lubc Philco, 19:j(i Console, X model Philco, late 1935 table model, 11-tube Phik-o, 193G table model, 11-tnbe Atwatcr-Kent Console model (used) Majestic, Cabinet model (used) Price Was ? 79.50 69.50 59,50 07.50 .150.00 99.50 99.50 Price Thrift $39.50 39.95 39.50 44.50 94.50 49.50 79.50 15.00 .15.00 on Sale YOU MAY PURCHASE ANY OF THESE APPLIANCES ON CONVENIENT MONTHLY TERMS A Small Down Payment . . . 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