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February 19, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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.If MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE HUGHES ADVISES BARLEY, FLAX Larger Net Return Possible to Iowa Farmers,' Says Department Head. AMES,' Feb. 19. (JPt--Iowa farmers were_ advised today by H. D. Hughes that they can realize a larger net return on their crops than in the past if they will substitute for a part of their oats acre. age barley, flax, soybeans and winter wheat. Hughes, who is head of the farm crops department or Iowa State college, said Iowa farmers ibis year wore than ever before are considering the advisability of substitutig another crop for a part of their oats acreage. This, he said, is due ,to the fact that they have been producing a larger crop of oats than the de mand warrants, thereby causing lo\ prices. Barley Good Substitute. Barley was mentioned, as probabl the best of the four suggested sub stitutes. Hughes said it fits into a program of rotation perfectly should be seede4 at the same time as oats, is an excellent nurse croj for clover and gives about the sann ' distribution of labor. Experiments have shown, Hughes ·said, that barley will produce about 25 per cent more pounds of grain an acre than oats on an average. Thirty per cent of the oats kernel is hull, he said, while only 15 per cent of the barley kernel is hull. This makes a net gain of about- 50 per cent for barley over oats. Smooth Varieties Developed. Several smooth varieties of barley have been developed which are now no more objectionable to handle than oats. Velvet barjey, most popular of these, is now used on more than one-third of the barley acreage of the state. It is a high- producing variety. Hughes said he expected a big increase in the acreage of flax this year.as not enough is produced to supply the industry in this country. Flax is protected by a high tariff whichjwill insure the Iowa farmer a profitable crop, he declared. Investigations have shown that flax is not injurious to the soil. Bison flax is a good variety and can be obtained direct fronVlowa growers, he said. - . FEBRUARY 19 ·§ 1931 CROP TO OTHER GRAINS URGED HERE .AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-.Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Come ft From Chicago. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hagist, Chicago, came Tuesday afternoon for a short visit with her mother, Mrs. W. A. Patterson, other relatives and friends. Former Pastor Visits. LUVERNE--The Rev. and Mrs. C. Memniatt, Williams, former Presbyterian pastor at LuVerne, were visiting: friends here and were guests at the F. I. Chapman and S. Steussy homes. Return "to Carpenter. CARPENTER -- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keig, who spent the winter in California and Oregon, returned. Are Ctvrponter Guests. CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Elder Otis. Abercronbie, N. Dak., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellingson. Mr. Otis being a nephew of Mrs. Ellingson. Son Is Improving. CARPENTER--Pearl Griener. son of Mr. and Mrs. P. G., who has been absent from school suffering with pneumonia, is improving. Is Visiting at Woden. WODEN--Miss Johanna Greenfield of Castlewood, S. Dak., came Monday evening for a visit with relatives and friends. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State l r ou Are Proud to Cnll Your Own! Total revenue receipts for Iowa for the fiscal year ending June 30 1929 were $40,891,561 or $16.60 a capita. Rudd.Man Is 77. , Feb: 19.-- Peter Lohr was l years of age Tuesday. Sunday -W S «.*° 9 ' ^ famil y came to hia .birthday dinner which was served ; that day instead of Tuesday. iii ~pre diets ''. he will soon ba in jail, arid somehow or other .we have an idea that bird is a better prophet this time than he has ever been in all his life.-- Lynchburjr News. . J *, Visit at Meltonvllle. MELTONVILLE--John dough and daughter, Mrs.- Matt Conners and two children of Minot, N. Dak., visited Mr. an* Mrs. N. V. Huber. Sunday Program Planned. NORA SPRINGS--The Independ- net Missionary society of the Chris- :ian church will give a program Sunday evening. Is From Soutli Dakota. AREDALE--Mrs. Arthur Peterson of South Dakota, who is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Lind visited ler. Come to Woden. WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. Will Jaack of Springfield, S. Dak., and Irs. George Anderson and family f Minneapolis, came Monday to attend the golden wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baack. · Manages Dredge- Company. THOMPSON--I. O. Florence left Tuesday morning for Minneapolis after spending a few days here with his family. He is manager of the Florence Dredge Machine company which will^soon commence a large municipal contract to deepen the river. \ Are Coulter Guests. COULTER--Mrs. E'dward Jochumsen. and son, .Junior, Waterloo, are guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Christiansen. NEW PRICE ON BLUE JACKET COAL A superior coal from the finest fields of Eastern Kentucky FOR ALL ABOUND SATISFACTION Ignites readily -- Heats efficiently -- Lasts long and burns up clean -- with little asb. CONSOLIDATED COAL COKE CO. PHONE 1176 115 SEVENTH ST. S. E. MILWAUKEE] ^ ST. PAUL"-'J, IMPROVED SERVICE to Sfonx Falls*, Mitchell is Bid the Black Mills Effective Feb. 23 Train No. 3. will offer a more cpnvenient depar- · ture for Sioux Falls, Mitchell, Rapid City, S. D., and intermediate stations. Through standard sleeping car Chicago to Rapid City. Cafe-Parlor car serving meals by Broadway-famed Rector. Coaches. No. 10-3 Dally Lv. Chicago - - /- - - 11:20 p. m. Lv, Dubuque - - - - - 4:43 a m . Lv._CharIes City - . . . gag a. m. Return to Ruld. RUDD--Mrs. c. Budenaick and son have returned from Indiana where they have been visiting- her parents. Are in Swaledale. SWALEDALE--Frank Hales of Des Moines and Tom Bowles of Mason City were in town Wednesday. 4-H Club Is Organized AREDALE--The 4-H girls club has reorganized under the name of the "True Blue." The first meeting was held at the W. B. Ufford home Miss Velma Crooks will be the leader, and the project will be "Second Year Clothing." There are now seven members. Fred Ward Is 111. SWALEDALE--Fred Ward is quite ill at his home south of town. He has sinua trouble and flu. Return to Scarvllle. nr SC ^ RVILLE ~ Jen3 Shelwick and Mrs. Martha Felland returned home from Crosby, N. Dak., Tuesday where they have been for two weeks Moves to Plymouth. PLYMOUTH -- The Math May family of Stacyville moved into the W. G. Cahill house in the west part of town. Mr. Math is a representative for the McNess company. Attends Uncle's Rites. BRISTOW--Supt. Harry B. Heitland was called to Ackley on Wednesday to attend the funeral of an .uncle. Will Move to Kansas. COULTER--Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hottman and family of Coulter are moving this week to Atchinson, Kans., where Mr. Hottman has the contract'and will begin work on a large government drainage project. Move at Glenville. GLENVILLE, Minn. -- Mr. and Mra. Gene Westfall and family are moving in the Booen house. Taken to Hospital. LATIMER -- Jerry Kolnen, who has been ill at his home for the past few months was taken to the Lutheran hospital. Goes to -Minneapolis. BRISTOW--Mrs. Clayton M. Arnold has gone to Minneapolis for a visit with her mother and other relatives. Fertile Property Purchased. FERTILE--L. L. Ebaugh of Clear Lake-becomes owner of the G A Rye residence on West Main street purchased from the Rye estate and Ole Haugen, Cerro Gordo farmer has purchased the Dr. N. O Dalager residence from the Fertile Savings bank. Returns to School. SCARVILLE--Miss Evelyn Hansen returned to school, this week after an absence due to illness. Bristow W. C. T. TJ. Meets. BRISTOW--The W. C. T. U. met at the home of Mrs. 1 Elizabeth Weiland on Tuesday afternoon. Return to Rochford.- ARSDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Larson and daughter of Rockford HI-, were guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Barnett. Mrs. Wattterson, who has been visiting here and at Greene, returned home with them. Returns to Woden. WODEN--Ralph Murr, who has been visiting his sister at Oskaloosa the past month returned Monday. Power Day Planned. NORA SPRINGS--Centennial and Power Farming day will be held all day Friday at the Lions hall. Travel By Train It Cotts Lest , Mason City - - 10:05 a.m. Ar. Sioux Falls - - - - !:3(Tp. m. Ar. Mitchell - I - - ^ 6:50 p. m. Ar. Rapid City - - - - 6:30 a. m. Direct connection at MitchoII/or Aberdeen. The Sioux, No. 11 will leave Mason City at 3:10 a. m. and will ran only to Sioux Falls and Mitchell, S. D. No change eastbaund. No. 4, with cfc-fftloi car will leave Mitchell 5:40 a. m., arrivo Mason City 1:35 p. m. BARGAIN FARES TO MANY PLACES Tr»y«I by tr.ln . . . It cost. ] e . . -»od It · much more comfortable. Wintry dayiireJumidayj In roomy ·team-healed reclining chair c=v« or concliM. Plenty.of room to ulroll ·bout . . . to rttd or to re« . . . plenty of room /oryourTvrapi «ad luKBnire... ,ai at you rldo.yoo can aloe leisurely EDO- eirnincuau.ly ,, very modentocoit. Bound Trip Week-End Farea Travel In Comfortable) Coiclie Austin, Minn $1.05 Minneapolis, Minn. ... 3.50 St. Paul, Minn. . . '. 8.50 Ft. Dodjre, In. ... j.85 Omaha, Neb. . . . . 5.00 82 tent Muon City Ticket Office, Phone 0 W. F. Cody, Dlvkloo Pnuenger Age 9th St. and S. Penniylranla Am. ·^ ^ Phone 324 9k MILWAUKEE ROAD e i p ^ r o r c r c n CM/CD r u e Br^fvtcc T^N r u e e e » O V E R T H E R O C K I E S T O T H E S E A Ope Way Coach Fares Dally Arizona J , California . . . . \ W7.40 Low Botmd Trip Fares Dally Tickcu stood in Pullmaoi. bertha ejcira Los Angeles . . ) San Diego . . . J. $127.84 San Francisco. . ) Oo your nexr frip coaler with your nnrect Grejt Western a«nr. He o o a«T« you money no nutter where you want to so. J. H.McWiterj Oen'l A«em C. C. W. Station, Mnon City, la. Phono It; 1T»» Was at Convention. FERTILE--Mrs. Earl Baker returned from Ames where she represented the Grant center Farm Bureau ( at the state convention. Uncle Dies at Pine Island. DOUGHERTY--Mrs. John Boyle and Ruth Kennedy received news Tuesday aight o f - t h e doath of an uncle at Pine Island, Minn. Entertains School Class. ROCK FALXS--The Miases Mary Jane and Jessie Bliam entertained the Volunteer Sunday school class at their home Tuesday evening Social Well Attended. PLYMOUTH-The R. N, A. lodge box social was well attended. Club Gives Program. FLOYD--The monthly Farm Bureau meeUng was held at the schoolhouse Wednesday evening-. The 4-K club girls had charge of the program. * Entertained at Party. ALLISON--Royal Neighbors and tneir friends were entertained at ..i card party at the Royal Neighbor hail on Tuesday evening-. Five hundred was played at Bine tables and Mrs. Hugh C. Carter of Allison and Frank Stickley of Waterloo were awarded high honors. Is In Critical Condl-Hon. ' GARNER--F. A. Fischer submitted to an operation for the amputation of his leg above the knee in the Mayo hospital, Rochester, Mon- o'ay morning. Word received Wednesday was that he is in a critical condition. ieaves for Missouri. SHEFFIELD--H. A. Gerber left Tuesday on a business trip to Sul. phur Springs, Mo. Friends Entertained. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. Dee Oswald returned from their wedding trip and Monday evening entertained a large number of friends at a dancing party, in the Higgens hall. Albert Busse Improves. STILSON--Albert Buase, who was injured while helping ring hogs, is slowly recovering. Returns to Sheffield. SHEFFD3LD--H. C. ' Liekwegr, who has been a patient atjhe Luth 7 eran hospital, Hamp^onj fne past several weeks has returned to his home here. ' First Child Is Born. WHITTEMORE--A son was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. William Besch. This is their first child. I/eavcs Algona Hospital. STILSON--Mrs. Charles Jerger- son was able, to return home from the Algona hospital. Lodge Gives Dance. GREENE--the local lodge, Pythian Sisters, gave a social and dance to members and friends at the Union Lodge hall. Go to Des Molne». ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Hill drove to Des Moines Wednesday morning and returned Thursday. Leave for Eldora. DECORAH--Dr. and Mrs. James Burling left Thursday for Eldota where they will join on Friday with relatives and friends in celebrating the ninetieth birthday of Dr. Burling's mother. Guest Is Honored. DOWS--Mr. and Mrs. Oscar entertained Wednesday evening In honor of Mrs. Harold Farnum of Cedar Rapids, their hpuseguest. ' Legion Auxiliary to Bleet. ALLISON--A meeting of the American Legion auxiliary will be held at the home of Mrs. F. A. Fisher Friday afternoon. Tnis--has teen called for the purpose of listening- to a talk by Mrs. Bernard Dubbert, state president of the American Legion auxiliary, over radio station WHO at 3:45 o'clock. Go to Rochester. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ollenburg and Rudolph Celner went to Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Geiner remained for treatment in the hospital. Was in Chicago. SHEFFIELD--August Oehlert returned from a trip to Chicago where he took a carload of cattle. Again In Kanawha. ' KANAWHA--Mrs. A. A. Wolfe returned Tuesday after spending the past few weeks with her par/ ents at Indianola, Nebr. Has Operation at Home. SEXTON--Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paltz, underwent an appendicitis operation Wednesday night at her home. She was taken with a sudden attack and the operation was performed at once. Real Estate Is Sold. ROCKWELL--J. T. Gaffney, ad-' ministrator of the estate of John Gaffney. disposed of the real estate at public auction Tuesday afternoon, the 120-acre farm selling to C. J. Gaffney of Elk River, Mini., at $55 an acre and the .house and lot in east Rockwell to Paul Fitzgerald for $445. Moves to Leland. SCARVILLE -- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson and family, w h o ' f o r the past eight years tenanted the John Lande farm west of here, moved to a farm near Leland. The vacated place has been rented by Andrew Solomonson, who took possession Thursday. Hjelmar Carlson will move on to the place vacated by Solomonson. Go to Chicago. AREDALE--Mrs. Charles Boldock was. called to Chicago by the serious Illness of her only brother, C. W. Casper. His parents, the Rev.' and Mrs. C. C. Casper of Hampton j accompanied her to Chicago. RITES ARE HELD FOR FRED RUHUP Foreman at Hampton to Be Buried at Ottumwa; Had One Daughter. HAMPTON, Feb. 19. -- Fuhera services were held Thursday after noon for Fred Ruhrup, who for many years was for«man at the M St, L. roundhouse here and diet at his home Tuesday morning after a short illness. Mr. Ruhrup attended his usual duties Saturday and was taken ill Sunday. He was born a Ottumwa on Feb. 12, 1878 and besides his widow, Mrs. Eva Ruhrup he is survived by one daughter Mrs. Ruth Bryant, Hampton, ant one grandson, Benjamin Bryant. Fu- heral services were held at the home Thursday afternoon and burial will be at Ottumwa. Frank Light Rites Are Held at Cresco CRESCO, Feb. 19.--Frank Light, 71, died Tuesday at the home oi hia sister, Mrs. John Hallman, with whose falnily he had been living for several years. He was unmarried. Funeral service was held Thursday at the Wren-Easier funeral home, conducted by the Rev. H. M. Normann, pastor of the First Lutheran Church with Interment at Oak Lawn cemetery. Rites Held at Ackley for Christopher Bunte ACKLEY, Feb. 19.--F'meral services for Christofher Bunte, 45, were held at St. John's Evangelical church Tuesday by the Rev. J. M. Kraft, assisted by the Rev. E. Seybold. Surviving besides his widow are his aged parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bunte, two · sisters, Miss Lena at home and Mrs. Anna Oelman of Achley. HI With Pneumonia. FERTILE--Alvin Miller, . son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller has been ill with pneumonia. SALE Genuine MIRRO ALUMINUM An ideal Time to Replace your old Utensils with Lovely New MIRRO '/2-l-l'/2 Qt. Sauce Pan Set $1.00 Reg. Price $1.85 Hindi- " the day la lone. Two llpj on each pan for convenience In pouring. Firm mat-proof t«el handles. Bottoms satin fln[6h to heat quickly and efficiently. 8-Cup Percolator $1.39 Reg. Price $1.05 Rapid heating MIRRO aluminum and .wide flared bottom speed, up percolation remarkably. Scientifically designed- Inset turns coffee out clear and aromatic. No ·earn spout. Special composition handle cannot burn. Torte Pan and Decorator Set $1.00 Reg. Price $1.35 The SURE WAV of making smooth. UNBROKEN cakes and tortea. The »ldei spring apart for easy removal of contents. Perfect for Ice box cake.!. Decorator hu four very attractive tips for decorating. Vapo-Seal Skillet Reg.. Price $3.75 The extra-fine skillet advertised in Good Housekeeping magazine and Ladles Home Journal. The Buper-thtck, cven- heatlnjr alumEnum cooks foods In their own Juices, and tbe heavy vnpo-acal cover retains Iho health- lul cooking vapors. Also excellent for tegular fry- Ing. 5 Qt. Tea Kettle $2.95 Reg. Price $3.85 Docs your tea kettle pass Inspection, This one with ft'a smoothly welded spout, it's cover that cannot fall off white pouring, and the satin finish bottom, will last a score of years. 5 Qt, Windsor Kettle $1.19 Reg. Price §1.90 For oven or Top -of -Stave cooking or roasting. Made of thick, even- heating MIRRO aluminum. Has a non-burning Thermoplax cover knob. Currie-Van Ness Co. 11 N. Federal Ave. "MAINTAINED BY MERIT" Phone 17 Quality, Style, Service M Facts Only, Truth Always -PRICES TALK --But it takes quality to keep up the conversation. That's why you hear so much about Manley's store. They keep on saying "satisfaction" months after they have made purchases here. Just now we are featuring a few bargains. NEW BLOUSES ; Wash Silks, Cottons ajid Jerseys and $5-75 Specials on Rayon Undies $1.95 Gowns $1.00 $1.95 Slips $1.00 95c Bloomers 50c ea. or 3 pr. $1.00 Kvery millinery feature that In new to at-, tractive price groups. Youthful styles In all head sizes I ew HATS New Straws -- S h i n y Straws -- Dull Straws-New Felt Combinations WATTEAUS -- HALOS TRICORNES RESSE . New Printed CREPES Manley's Second Floor Infants' silk and wool vests, special 79c. Infanta' Wool and Cotton Vesta 49c. ~Vanta knit-knities, ideal sleeping garments for the baby, price $1 each. Field's crepe, a heavy flat silk, 40 inches wide. Comes in an excellent range of pastel and dark shades S1.G9 per yard. All over lace for yokes Mouses and dresses in- silk or cotton, 36 inches wide. Colors, cream, tan and black at §1.95, §2.50 and §2.95 per yard. Just received another shipment of Invader percales, a soft fine quality price 21c. Rayon crepe, the popular cloth for wash frocks, blouses and lingerie, 39 inch, 9,Sc per yard. I -1

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