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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 7 · 1934 DIFFICULTIES OF LONG STANDING Land Retirement Problem Has Been Accumulating for 100 Years. (EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the second of a scries on plans of the government to use land to be bought and retired from agricultural production.") By STEPHEN McDONOUOH. Associated Fress Staff Writer. WASHINGTON, March 7. UP-In attacking the problem of land use the government faces difficulties which have been accumulating for more than 100 years, for land abandonment began in the east when western lands were thrown open to settlement At least six considerations must be kept in mind as the program is mapped out. First of all, the impoverished condition of Itousaad* oi farm families must be imprwfd. Must Cut Surpluses. ' After this comes the BNftsjr ci j eastern cities. eliminating farm surpluses p«ccm- j: nently, which will inwlre gether under the only comprehensive plan thus far suggested--a study made by President Roosevelt's committee on wild life restoration and chiefly by J. N. Darling of Des Moines, a member of the committee. This combination of reforestation on selected parts of the acreage and game management on the remainder "gives a more immediate and higher rate of economic return, and an equally efficient if not more rapid basis for remedial treatment of the soil," the committee declares. W. A. Pratt, 79, of Cedar Rapids Dies; Noted as Lecturer CEDAR RAPIDS, March 7. UP)-W. A. Pratt, 79, lecturer, minister and for the last 43 years a perennial European traveler, died early today of a heart attack while visiting in Sterling, 111. He was returning to Cedar Rapids from a southern and eastern trip. With the exception of three years during the World war, Mr. Pratt had conducted European tours since 1891. He had occupied pulpits in Universalist and Unitarian churches in Cedar Rapids, Keokuk. Jamestown, N. T., and other renewing the nation's Ussbsr **?· ply; restoring wild gsn« S5s sai providing natural parks sai asHzrr study areas. To date the department; ei S£r*- culture, subsistence homestead Sx5- sion of the interior department. srsS federal surplus relief corporstien lave been at work on separate plsas and ideas. And to the questiCQ "What do you intend to do with this land?" The answer until recently has been: "We don't .know." However, with selection of areas in which $25,000,000 now available will be spent, the necessity for a program is apparent Set Up Requirements. They have set up the requirements for a co-ordinated land program. These are: Bettering the living conditions of the people on areas Bought; guaranteeing more efficient use of schools and churches; assuring the people of a steady, even though small, income; provision ot constructive work in small industries which have a ready market, and sett supporting and self liquidating use of the 'And vacated. Some of these ideas "may sound radical" says L. C. Gray, land economist of the department of agriculture, "but the radicalism of yesterday has become the liberalism of today and may appear as the conservatism of tomorrow." Used as Parks. i Certain areas will be used primarily as parks and sanctuaries lot Jjirda and:tare game. The remainder, ' arid tie largest number of tracts acquired, will be run on a paying ' tiasis. Their chief crops will be tim- ter and game birds and animals. The two would be produced to- Indorsed by Nonpartisans but Still Has Opposition TWO KILLED IN IOWA HEADON TRAIN COLLISION Two men were killed and six others seriously Injured when two Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific trains collided headon, 10 miles north of Dubuque. A foreman and an engineer died In the crash of a freight and a passenger locomotive, shown above. (Associated Press Photo). Army Air Corps Head Denies Testimony He Gave About Woodring WASHINGTON, March 7. (-Testimony he previously had given .hat Harry H. Woodring, assistant secretary of war had changed specification for airplanes was denied today before the house military committee by Maj. Gen. Benjamin D. Foulols, chief of the ^army'aii corps. . . -· "·· '·."'··- A few minutes earlier, Woodring himself testified he had not changed specification for $7,500,000 STOP THAT ITCH In One Minute D. D. D. PrMcriptim Speedi Relief It is actually surprising to see how quickly pure, cooling, liquid, antiseptic D. DD. 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L«agcr of i .BsiilMtfc, TfcMaJJjr ousteS as j esSeml wiSer steiiafearsicc, had iie ! teSarsiisaest for M-e3«cfieci e* !i* j X^sjartSsjc; Iwuyae Sfflia KC.vsr.tfoa ' here taSsr, *ffit fsscs op? fries a paBBesS groap meet tHbursJar st The cosventioa today pected to indorse tyna J. Frarier of North Dakota for raiorjinatioa as United States senator and to name the rest of the slate to be entered in the June primaries nomination. Bolting the convention yesterday before Governor Langer was endorsed, the anti-Langer faction will meet about 150 strong at Jamestown. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDSICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 ^ I Mrs. S. Kennedy Named ·;»·.« * Head of Civic League New Staff of Officers Are* Elected for Woman's Civic Unit. CLEAR. LAKE, March 7.--Mrs. Sam Kennedy, Jr., was elected president of the Civic League at the March meeting Tuesday which concludes the past year's work. Mrs. J. W. Pattie, president of the league for the past three years, retired with a short talk of appreciation for her assistance with committees and other officers during her term. Officers were selected by the nominating committee and elected worth of planes- Summoned by the committee, Foulois said the only change made Dy the assistant secretary of the $7,500,000 deal had been "as to procedure only." Dougherty Co-Op Will Hold Meeting Saturday DOUGHERTY, March 7--Stockholders of the Fanners' Incorporated Co-operative society will hold their ninth annual meeting at Dougherty Saturday at 1 o'clock at which time reports, election of of. ficers ..and other business will be taken up. E. speaker. L. Kreger will be the Mrs. Zelger President. GARNER--The annual meeting of the Cemetery association was held with Mrs. Belle Quintus. Mrs. F. M. Zeiger was elected secretary to tak« the place of Mrs. Herbert Wood who resigned because of moving away. POOR COMPLEXIONS Clogged pores, pimples improved in a few days by Rtsinol Soap and the '^^^^ effective medication of ^H Resmol Did You Know? TEXACO FIRE CHIEF IS: The Most Advertised . . * Most Widely Distributed.. Fastest Selling Gasoline In America! Did you know... that we have a new very attractive contract for both 100% and split account dealers? PHONE 3921--OR WRITE THE TEXAS CO. MASON CITY, IOWA 3y the club. They include Mrs. H. W. Knutson, vice president; Mrs. Myron Stephensen, secretary; Mrs. Shirley Watts, treasurer; and Mrs. Forde Lee, auditor. . . . . . Head Membership. Mrs. H. N. Halvorson and-Mrs. J. H. Woodstock will be co-chairmen of the membership committee which will sponsor the April meeting ot the organization. Standing committees of the organization reported to the outgoing president. Mrs. F. G. Atherton speaking for the rest room committee told of the stag party card benefit which netted a sum ot money for rest room expenses. Mra. A. I. Sondrol reported that 21 trees and 100 walnuts had been planted around the disposal plant by the conservation committee. Mrs! G. B. Brose reported a membership of 100 persons. Mrs. H. N. Halvorson reported for the welfare committee, asking for all kinds ol shoes at present, and telling of the active work of the group during the past five months. Committees Keport, Mrs. A. B. Phillips reported for the finance committee, showing a total of 583.75 taken in by this group during the year. Mrs. L. E. Ashland reported for the tea committee, Mrs. H. N. Halvorson for the lake shore, Mrs. Frank Siesse- ger for the hospitality, Mrs. S. C. Branson for. the tennis courts and Mrs. Henry Volstafl for the press committee. Mrs. J. H. Woodstock gave the secretary's report and Mrs. S. Kennedy, the treasurer's repot*. It will be necessary for members of the club to present their membership cards at each meeting in the future, according to action taken by the group. The girl's sextet of the high school including Jean Siesseger, Charlotte Wolford, Charlotte Chappel, Greta Chappell, Helen Walrod and Lois Peterson accompanied by Helen Wetterling, sang three num bers, "Carissima," "By the Bend of the River," and "Little Orphan Annie." Gives Address. Harold Charlesworth who has been outstanding in speech work in the high school the past two years, gave an oration, "The Planners." A group from the physical education department, Jean Siesseger, Dorothy Dolley, Kathleen McCor mtck, Lilian Alter, Izetta Bacon and Emma Larson. Tea was served by a committee including Mrs. W. J. McGowan, Mrs. W. A. Drew, Mrs. Mattie Colburn, Mrs. W. H. Ward and Mrs. J. F. Palmeter. Mrs. Pattie and Mrs. Woodstock, retiring officers, poured. Eastern Star Instructions Given at Lake Mrs. Laura Lenz, District Instructor, Feted by Lake Officers. CLEAR LAKE, March 7.---Members of the Park chapter of the Eastern Star held a 12 o'clock luncheon at the Lions cafe Tuesday in wnor of Mrs. Laura Lenz, instructor of district two, of Mason City. Covers were laid for 18, : ihe .table decorations being carried out in pastel shades (and spring flowers. The., afternoon was spent at a school of instruction at the Masonic temple to which representatives from seven towns attended, Forest City, Thornton, Nora Springs, Clear ,ake, Northwood, Sheffield and Mason City. About 100 persons attended the evening services which included inspection. The worthy patron of Northwood and the worthy matrons of all of the other towns here were presented to the group. The local officers presented a corsage to Mrs. Lenz, Mrs. C. D. Oldham making the presentation. A 6 o'clock dinner was presented to the group. Pussy willows, ferns and flowers were used for table decorations. The Clear Lake officers held a party following the lodge session in honor of the instructor in the basement of the temple. . : C-O-A-L KENTUCKY $7 ,00 f r ton Suitable for stove or furnace. Do not be misled by cheaper prices. Consolidated Coal Co. Phone 1176 CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Mrs. George Bonner, son, Frank Bonner and daughters, Mrs. A. C. Giger and Mrs. L. C. Reynolds of Chadron, Nebr., left Wednesday for Belle Plaine for a few day's stay at Mrs. Giger's home. Mrs. Reynolds will return to her home in Chadron, Nebr. Mrs. C. J. Smith, Mason City, spent Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Randall, Avalon apartments. Mrs. Randall is recovering from a recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Timblin, North Shore, returned Tuesday from Florida where they have spent the winter. They visited along the west coast of Florida and made a trip to Havana, Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McGowan left Wednesday for Dubuque where they will attend the funeral of Mr. McGowan's first cousin, J. L. Craw ford, engineer of the Milwaukee passenger train who was killed in a train wreck Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford and family have visited in Clear Lake often with the McGowan family. The Charles Monson family of Britt have moved to the Patterson acreage on East Main street, takin; possession March 1. The W. L. A. M. club will meet Thursday for an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Ben Skadland. A lesson will be given following the serving of the noon lunch. i. H. Bailey, salesman for the Peoples' Gas and Electric, made a business trip to Des Moines Wednesday. Mrs. George Wlramer, Dubuque, is a houseguest of Mrs. W. A. Drew, South Second street. Mrs. W. C. Moses, Mille Lac, Minn., who has been a houseguest of Mrs. Myron Stephensen, Jefferson street, for the past 10 days plans to return to her home Thursday. Mrs. Moses is an aunt of Mrs. Stephensen. Registration for the 1934 municipal election in Kansas City set a new high mark, estimates placing the list at 220,000 names. BARBERS FALL TO YANKEE 10 Christensen Leading Hurler of League With 117 Strikeouts. CLEAR LAKE, March 7.--The Yanks cinched the Softball league trophy Tuesday night by defeating the Barbers, titleholders 2 to 1 in the semifinals. The Tanks are paired to play the 4-H boys in the finals next week, which ought to be easy riding after winning from them, 10 to 4, in their last encounter. The Barbers played a tough game, Adam Thomas hurling a slow ball which fairly rested on air over the plate, but when hit, went only a few yards. He struck out seven men. Tarr, manager of the Yanks, corrected his side ..arm delivery style'pf pitching to the satisfaction of the umpires and threw a good game striking out three. The Yanks made the first score in the first inning when Lael Root walked to first progressing to second, third and home on hits of O'Brien and Fred Root. The Yanks scored again in the sixth when Forde Lee made for first, for second and third on a two base hit of Stevens, and completed the circuit on a hit by Tarr. The Barbers attempted to make it a tie game in the last inning when Palmeter went up to bat after two fly-outs. His hit was safe at first and he continued to run to third base where he stayed until Thomas made a safe hit to first, and Palmeter came home. Both Thomas and Johnston died on bases while Minette fanned for the Barbers. The Yanks have so far this season piled up 32 scores to their opponents 16. The Kenymis defeated the Liberty store 7 to 5 in the second game. The milkmen led 5 to 1 at the close of the third. Two more runs by Christiansen and Opel were made for the milkmen before the Liberty stores broke through for four more runs by Peterson, Ballard, Eastman and Miller. Christiansen of the Kenyons holds the league record for pitching, striking out 11 in this game and for a total of 117 during the season. Tarr is second with 76. The Farmers defeated the 4-H P-A-R-K THEATER Clear Lake Wednesday EDMUND 1.0\VE, AKN SOTHEBN "tct's Fall In Love" Tlmrs., Frt. IOC TO AJLL DON'T WORRY If You Hav. SchfTdtman't Shrub Remedy li helping more And more oeople troubled with Sugar in Urine. Albumin, Uric Acid and Kidney Dijorders. You drink it instead of water. The reiulti are amaiing and it coils 10 IIHIe. Writa for FREE deicriplive pamphlet telling of many caioi and convince yourself that there IS HELP or jend SI for trial "sCHEIDEMAN REMEDY CO. DEFT. E-5 !45I X. Tcutonla Art.. MilwaaKw. Wh. boys 7 to 0 in the final gumc. L. Hanson struck out 7 4-H boys, while Findson fanned four. Team Standing W. JU Yanks ....6 3 Barbers 5 S Karmers 5 S Kenyons 5 3 4-H 3 5 Liberty 0 » FERTILE BANK PAYS DIVIDEND Slosson Obtains Order for 15 Per Cent on Farmers' Savings. CLEAR LAKE, March 7.--J. M. Slosson, examiner in charge of the Farmers' Savings bank of Fertile, obtained authority Wednesday from the district court to pay a 15 per cent dividend to the depositors of that bank. No date has been set when checks will be ready. Motor Repairing By Men with Years of Experience New and Used Motors Bought and Sold Zack Bros* ELECTRIC CO. 306 Srcond St. S. \\. rhono 977 Mrs. Jones Is Named President of P. E.G. CLEAR LAKE, March 7--Mrs. Ira Jones was elected president of the EA chapter of the P. E. O. Tuesday night at the Mrs. J. C. Davenport home, North Fourth street. New officers were installed by Mrs. A. B. Phillips, the past president. Other officers include Mrs. L. E. Ashlaod, vice president; Mrs. Edward Huntting, recording secretary; Mrs. M. P. Hughes, corresponding secretary; Mrs. R. C. Ingersol, treasurer; Mrs. J. C. Davenport, chap lain, and Miss Ida Clack, guard. Mrs. Jones was elected a delegate to the state convention at Clinton, HAVE COLOR IN CHEEKS If your skin is yellow--complexion pallid--tongue coated--appetite poor--you' have a bad taste in your mouth--a lazy, no-good feeling--you should try Olive Tablets. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets--a substitute for calomel--were prepared by Dr. Edwards after 20 years of study. OHve Tablets are a purely table compound. Know them by their olive color. To have a clear, pink skin, bright eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like childhood days, you must get at the cause. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets act on the liver and bowels like calomel-yet have no dangerous after effects. They start the bile and help overcome constipation. Take nightly and note th- pleasing results. Millions of boxes sold yearly. 15c, 30c, 60c May 8 and Mrs. L. E. Ashland the alternate. The hostess served refreshments Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Rotary club meets at I. O. O. F. hall. · W. L. A. M. club meets at Mrs. Ben Skadland home. Modern Woodmen and Royal Neighbors at I. 0. O. F. hall. County declamatory contest at Thornton. Home guards at M. K church, 4 o'clock. D. B. L. club luncheon at Mrs. Irving Jensen home, East Main street. Rotary club meets at I. O. 0. F. hall. Friday--Star club meets with Mrs. Creger, picnic supper. Saturday--Dance at Clear Lake Country club.. Is Hatchery Manager. BELMOND, March 6.--Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Baron have moved here from Mason City. Mr. Baron is the new manager of the local branch of the Stromberg Hatcheries of Fort Dodge. Wells Candidate for Councilman in First CLEAR .LAKE, March 7.--C. E. Wells, owner of the Wells garage, anounccfl his candidacy for re-election as councilman from the first ward at the city election in March. He has served in this capacity during the past term. The other candidate for this ward is F. C. DeBruyn, also a garage man. Mr. Wells is affiliated with both the Lions club and Masonic lodges. 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So demand the GENUINE HILL'S ·CASCARA QUININE in the red tin box. ·· MARCH IS THE MONTH Prices on G-E Monitor Top and FlatTepm«j£- eii ere now within a faw dollars of the lowBJt in all hifforv. To Buy Your GENERAL ELECTRIC Refrigerator Here Are the Reasons: 1. Prices are still below normal. 2. Selections are complete. 3. Stocks are now adequate. 4. Further waiting means wasting. 5. State Sales Tax of 2% goes into effect on April 1. Buy Now - AND SAVE MONEY EASY TERMS TO FIT YOUR BUDGET! APPROVED APPLIANCES MAY ALSO BE PURCHASED FROM OTHER RELIABLE DEALERS IN THIS COMMUNITY PEOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY f.

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