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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 27, 1952
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Creamery Men of 8 North Iowa Counties to Meet Plan Session Aug. 27, 1952 , 7 la»on City GInbe-GazelU, Mison Cllj, la. at Mason City Discuss Conditions Affecting Operation MANLY -- Creamery officials of eight north central Iowa counties will meet Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 7:30 p. m. in the-Flamingo Room, Hotel Hanford, Mason City. This is one of nine meetings being held during September under the sponsorship of the Iowa Creameries Association of which Vcrnon Lyford of Manly is director for this" district. It comprises Winnebago, Worth, Hancock, Cerro Gordo, Franklin, Wright, Hamilton and Hardin Counties. A large number of the officers, directors, owners and managers is expected, according to Lyford, who says the program and discussions will deal with conditions affecting the operations of every local creamery of Iowa and the Midwest. Swenson to Speak Bernhard Swenson. of St. Paul, field director of the National Creameries Association, will address the group on the subject, "Federal Legislation and Its Impact on the Midwest Creamery Industry." Swenson was formerly deputy dairy commissioner for the state of Minnesota and has studied closely the changing conditions the local creameries of his state have had to meet. Since becoming field director for the National Creameries Association, Swenson has worked closely with Otie M, Reed in charge of their Washington office and with the Midwest creameries on such national problems as imports of dairy products, price controls, enforce-! ment of the new regulations governing the sale of imitation dairy products, and many other legislative and marketing measures pertaining to local creamery operations. J. S. Quist of Ames, executive secretary of the Iowa Creameries Association, will discuss proposed Iowa .Dairy legislation for 1953, trends of the Iowa dairy industry, ' and other issues to be presented at the annual convention to be held at Mason City Oct. 17 and 18. Iowa Rates High "Iowa is one of our leading dairy states," says Lyford, "and more than 66 per cent of the total milk produced in Iowa is utilized for butter. A comparison of the total milk production and utilization of 1951 with 1946, shows that 66.6 per cent of the 5,897,000,000 pounds of milk produced last year, was used for butter while only 65.5 per cent of the 6,687,000,000 pounds of milk produced in 1946 went for butter. In fact, butter, cheese and evaporated and condensed milk were the only dairy commodities that had an increase in per cent of utilization in 1951 over 1946. "But the declining number of dairy cuws in Iowa causing decrease in total milk production, the threats to the markets for butterfat, the rising operating costs and the limited year around markets for other dairy commodities, does create problems that the local creamery directors and managers have to consider carefully. "There are many factors that brought about these conditions and we believe most of them are related to our wartime economy. We believe too, by getting together P J. S. QUIST --To Discuss Trends and carefully analyzing our'prob Icms, we can help our local cream cries to be of increased benefit to their producer patrons." List Winners in Flower Show at Alta Vista ALT A VISTA--The annual flow er show of the Alta Vista Gardci Club was outstanding. There wcr 185 adult and 62 children's entries The entry of Mrs. Louis Wcgne was awarded the overall prize Special recognition was given I the wild flower display of Mrs Carl Knutson of New Hampton. Others winning prizes were: Mrs E. H. Kemp, Mrs. E. W. Kemp Mrs. Charles Rcckcr, Mrs. Williar Forster, Judy AH, Mrs. Adolf All Mrs. R. C. Dobbcrschutz, Mrs Elgy Wegner, Mary Buchhollz Mrs. Joe Baltes, Mrs. H. J. Brand Mrs. Frank Mishak, Mrs. Willian Tyler, Mrs. Urban Sinnwcll, Mrs Orlo Erion, Miss Ida Gardner, Sis tcr M. Agnella, Karen Reinhar Kathy Glaser, Gloria Wegnei Joyce Alt, Keith Wegner, Alle Wegner, Manfred Brandt, Ar Buchhollz and Elgy Wegner. The onion is a member of Ihc lil family. Hybrid Corn Units Merge BR1TT -- The Mullins Hybrid ervice Company announced this cek that it hns joined the Toma- awk Hybrid Corn Company, a re eutly formed organization that Has icrgocl the Thompson Hybrid Corn ompany of Belmond; the Clarke [ybrid Corn Company, Conrad, ml the local Mullins plant into a ingle production and sales body. This new sales organization will umfaer s o m e 3,500 dealers hroughout several midwestern lates. The sales and service lc artment is backed by a research cparlment headed by Charles Vilmarlh. Under the new management lullins Hybrid Service will act in [\c capacity of production for the 'omahawk Hybrid Corn Company ncluding the growing ami pro essing of seed. Both the Britt ant Corwith Mullins plants will he uscc o carry out this detail. Sales promotional work will come inder the supervision of the Tom ahawk Hybrid Corn Company, am ill former Mullins dealers will sel inder the Tomahawk name. There s no change of ownership or per ·.onnel under the new setup. T E A C H E R S LEAVE LELAND--A number of Leland TS \vill leave this week to assiim .he responsibilities of teaching it Iowa schools. Charlotte Bowmat will return to Buffalo Center fo ici" f i f t h year of teaching in thi school. Gretchen Thompson, \vh' .aught last year in Marshalltown will teach this year in the grad school at Ames. Teaching for th first time will be JoAnn Haagon son, who will teach the 5th grad in the consolidated school at Lolir villa, and ftosalicc Dunbar an Marclta Ness, both of whom ar [ding to teach in Belmond; Rosalie in the first grade, and Marctt in the second. Allllicent Haugebak missionary fund and Lutheran World Action. Members of the two sister congregations, liclhuuy and Heaver Creek, will join in the fcsllVal services Sunday and the Concordia congregation will bo guests at similar festivals to be held in the other congregations. The Hcv. Loren Spauldmg is host pastor. J. C. K. PREUS Plan Mission Festival at Joice Church JOICE--The annual mission fes- ival of the Concordia Lutheran congregation of the Joice Lutheran wish will be held Sunday at Jl i. m. Dr. J. C. K. Preus, Minneapolis, general secretary of the joarcl of education of the Evan- jelical Lutheran Church will be .he guest speaker. The special festival offering will include gifts to the pension ingathering a 1952 synodical project, which lias as its gonJ $1,000,000; the regular synodical budget, the Falls From Hay Load, Grafton Farmer Hurt GKAFTON--Jlaymoml Urbatsch, farmer living three miles southeast of Grafton, was painfully injured when ho fell from a load ol baled liny. His son, Lowe it, starred the tractor which gave a jerk browing Urbatsch to ' tho ground, Breaking both right and icft arms, lie was hospitalized. D I E S I N M I N N E S O T A LELAND -- News has been re ccived of the death of Halvor .1 Olson,.of Window, Minn., a brothei of A. J. and Ole .1. Olson and o Mrs. Albert Langcrud. Death oc curred after several months o seroius illness. Mr. Olson was bon at Leland and .spent his early lifi ierc. EDITOR HAS OPERATION BRITT--Lou G. Roberts, one of the publishers of The Britt News- Tribune, was taken by local ambulance to the Park Hospital at Mason City Monday morning where he submitted to major surgery. Housework Easy Without Nagging Backache Nagging backache. Ions of pop linden orgy, headnclii'ii nnd dizifucaa may be ilut to slowdown of kidney function. Doctors nay goud k i d n e y function la very Important, to Kood hcnlth. When sonic everyday c o n d i t i o n , n u c l j ui atroflB nnd strain, causca this Important function tonlow d o w n . r n n n y folkfl suffer nag- arinK buckachti---fuel miserable. M i n o r bladder irritKtions due to cold or wron« diet may C A u a u u c t t i i i K u n ntehUor f rcfiuunLpnaHnKtn. Don't neglect your kidneys If thetju condition A bother you. Try Donn'fl PHto-- a mild diuretic. lifted 'HUcccnafuUy by nillHorm for ov«r BO yenTM. It's arnazinirhnw nir.ny llmtm Uoan'jt R I V C hn;py relief from these tHucnin- forU--help Lhel 6 milcsofckldney tubes and filter* fluah ouLwate. Get Donn'a Pills today I Mother-Daughter Banquet Planned CRYSTAL LAKE -- A mother- laughter banquet will be held Frilay evening at the Calvary Lutheran Church. Hold Rites at Manly for Mrs. Henry Miller MANLY--Last rites were to be icld for Mrs. Henry Miller Wed icsday at Bride's funeral home A'ith Iho llev. C. It. Frankliausoi officiating. She died M o n d a j morning at her home here. She caves four sons, Harry of Vlnlon Joyd, Clem- Lake, Morrie, Masor Dily, and Glair, Manly. She was preceded In (tenth by her husbani and one daughter, Jessie, Mrs. J R. Qualo of Mason City. Burial wo. 1 , at Elrmvood Cemetery, Mason City. MOVE TO PRIMGHAR HAMl'TON--Mr. and Mrs. Frnn cis Scott and son have moved tc Primghnr where Mr. Scott wil tench and coach football. Ho ha been lifeguard at Deed's Lake sine J u n o I. Boost Value of Utilities for Taxation GAUNKK--Several utility com sanies operating in Hancock Bounty received a considerable boost in taxable valuation from Iho State Tax Commission according to a report received in the office of County Auditor Mnynan: Schoneman. Northern Natural Gas valtialim for 1952 as submitted by the State Tax Commission is reported to be · 1,85-1,707 as compared with $V 276,882 in 1951 or an increase of $577,825. ; Iowa Electrio Light and Power taxable valuation in Hancock bounty is reported at $756,625 in J952 as compared with $533,710 in J95i or an increase of 5222,915. Northern Natural Gas' increase is because of improvement and construction at the booster station northeast of Garner and m o s t - o C Ihc increase is rcGccted in the Ventura consolidated school district.. Iowa Electric Light and Power had its largest increase in the Britt independent school district. In 1050 North Carolina's production of milk was 409 pounds per person. A Complete Optical Service Examination Prescription Lenses Ground Frames Fitted Broken Lenses Replaced Dr. J. H. Lepper OPTOMETRIST 28 First S. E. Mason City, Iowa BROWN 5.99 OLDER FOLKS with ITCHING SKIN For the nagging, maddening'! perslst- jnt itch of dry akin, so common to folks past middle age, Rcsinol O i n t m e n t is a special, soothing relief. Acts in place of missing imturai skin oils -- \yorks fast, nnd comfort lasts. How prood it feel: not ! lo have to scratch and scratch. Gel Hcsinol nnd KCt relief. AH drue stores. EVER LOVIN' CASUAL DAYS You'll be singing a song when you see these back ro school beauties . . . working gals like them tool Many with handsewn detail . .' richest of leathers and color?, at scholar-wise'prices. formerly MID-CONTINENT A I R L I N E S now its I N T E R N A T I O N A L A I R W A Y S for reservations anywhere inside U.S.A. or .^ lotin America call your travel agent ·r phone the Braniff office Phone 654 5"to6 9 5 SUEDES: BLACK NAVY GREEK GRAY RUST BROWN GRAINED leolher REMOVABLE TONGUE INDIAN COPPER trimmed in WllD OAT 6.95 DAMOXS SHOE DEPT. -- STREET FLOOR DAMON'S DOLLAR DAYS'THURS.-FRI.-SAT. AUG. 28 - 29 AND 30 -- 3 BIG VALUE DAYS SPECIAL PURCHASE FOR DOLLAR DAYS 1 W Pearl Necklaces Yes, Ladies, here is a special value in Pearls, especially purchased ior our Dollar Days . . . that you will v/anl to buy lor ypurseH or lor cjiits . . . Choose Irom Dog Collars, Rondels, Braided Collars . . . All oi these have b e a u t i f u l and unusual Rhinestone clasps. Choose Irom 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 row necklacori and collars. Many in this lovely group v/ould be regularly priced from 2.95 to 5.00. So, ladies, look these over, you'll v/ant several at this price! REGULAR VALUES FROM '2.95 TO 5.00 7 A M O N ' S J K W K I . I t V KTHKKT fT.OOJl RHINESTONE EARRINGS NECKLACES, BRACELETS AND PINS BANGLE BRACELETS Gold set v/ith pearl. Gold net with Pearl and color, Gold sot v/ith Pearl and Rhinestone. Silver set w i t h Rhinestones. Tho colors: Topaz, Emerald, Ruby and Sapphire. Wear them in pair;; or a v/hola armful. PLUS 20% EXCISE TAX DAMON'S JEWELRY STREET FLOOR

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