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Mason City, Iowa
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 14 1936 GODFREY TO SPEAK AT EXPERIMENT STATION IN KANAWHA SPRING MEETING TO BE THURSDAY Program Features Planned; . 500 Stockholders Are Expected. KANAWHA-- George Godfrey, assistant to the president in agriculture at Iowa State College, Ames, will be the dinner speaker, here Thursday noon at the annual spring meeting of the Northern Iowa Agricultural Experiment association. About 500 stockholders in the association, located mainly in Han cock, Wright and Cerro Gordo counties, are expected to attend the meeting. Agricultural exhibits will be on display at the experimental farm laboratory near Kanawha. W. J. Henderson, superintendent of the association and J. F. Hall of the Iowa State College business manager's staff will speak at the business meeting in the forenoon. Will Discuss Program. The new farm program will be discussed by, Murl McDonald, assistant director of the Soil Conservation Service in Iowa. The seed corn situation will be presented by Dr. R. H. Porter, extension plant pathologist, and the effect of the planting rate on corn yield by Prof. H. D. Hughes, head of the Farm Crops Department, both of Iowa State. Corn and small grain seed treatment will be discussed by C. A. Reddy of the Botany Department. Moore Will Speak. Earl C. Moore, Mason City, will discuss mechanizing sugar beet production, and H. R. Meldrum, of the Agronomy department, will discuss the value of various fertilizers applied to the sugar beet crop. Sugar beet seed treatment, will be discussed by W. F. Buchholtz, of the Botany Department. H. C. Murphy, of the Botany Department, will discuss promising rust resistant oats, and L. C. Burnett, of the Farm Crops Department, the outlook for barley. C. M. Gross Is Elected President of Lonerock Co-Operative Creamery LONEROCK-- The annual meeting of the Farmers' Co-operative Creamery company met Thursday at the local hall. O. K. Storre of the Iowa State Brand Creameries, Mason City, was the speaker. Officers elected were: President, C. M. .Gross; John A. 'Nyman, secretary and treasurer; H. H. Marlow, Albert Hutcninson and X' H. 'Hanna, directors. The secretary in the 1935 report showed 122,921 pounds ot butter were manufactured and the amount paid to patrons for butterfat was 530,266.18. A short talk was given by Buttermaker C. W. Helgason. Lunch was served at noon and following the business meeting. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota. Burt Bolin Funeral Is Conducted at Luverne LUVERNE -- The funeral of Burl Bolin, 61, was held at the Presbyterian church Friday afternoon, the Rev. Daniel Lang officiating. A quartet sang and burial was in the Luverne cemetery. Mr. Bolin died Wednesday evening at Humboldt after a year's illness. He was never married. He was born at Wappello and later moved to Goldfield, where he united with the Christian church. For the last few years he made his home with his sister, Mrs. M. M. Lowmiller east of Luverne, who with another sister, Mrs. Emma Green, Clinton and two brothers, John Bolin Clarksville and Newt Bolin of Swea City, survive. Mrs. Ritter Funeral at Marble Rock on Sunday MARBLE ROCK--Funeral serv Ices for Mrs. George Ritter will be held here at the Christian church "Sunday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. G. A. Hess of Charles City. Burial will be in Hillside cemetery. Water on Main Highway. STACYVILLE -- North of here flood waters, endangered the big bridge near the Math Hemann farm and spread for a half mile on the main highway. For Sale USED BRICK 250,000 Fire Brick 500,000 Common Brick SEE A. Carl at Power Plant of Lehigh Portland Cement Company, Mason City, Iowa, or write Fort Dodge Iron Metal Company Fort Dodge, Iowa Guests From Piue Itiver. POPEJOY -- Mr. and Mrs. Pau Schmidt of Pine River, Minn., are spending the week with the Hartkopp families in this vicinity and with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kienol Births Are Reported. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Francis Doran living northeast of here arc the parents of a son, James. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kettleson are the par ents of a son born Tuesday at the Nissen hospital here. Leave for Marsballtoirn. THOMPSON--Mrs. A. G. Heddle left Wednesday for Marshalltown to visit her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stewart. Mrs. Heddle accompanied Food Inspector C. C. Peckham and Mrs. Peckham as far as Ames. Lcland P. T. A. Meets. LELAND--The Leland P. T. A., which was postponed from March 6 will be held at the schoolhouse Friday evening. A good program has been arranged by the committee. Move Near Plymouth. OTRANTO--Peter Birkedal moved Wednesday to a farm east of Plymouth and Emil Hanson is moving to the farm the Birkedals vacat ed. This farm is now owned by Mrs. Hanson's father, Fred Pike. Meets at Blanchard Home. LO'NEROCK--The Mother's club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. Frank Householder assisting. Papers were given by Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Mrs. Charles Hill. Mrs. Blanchard conducted a game. Mrs. Emil Kraft and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt were appointed as a membership committee. The next meeting will be with Mrs. C. M. Gross, Mrs. N. L. Cotton assisting. Seconds Place First, RUDD--The three seconds from here who entered the dramatic contest at Rockford, Wednesday evening, placed first. They were Marie loberts, Ruth Wallbaum and Lloyd lobeson. O. E. S. School Held. BRISTOW--The Eastern Star held a school of-instruction at the odge rooms here with Mrs. E. L. Utter of Cedar Falls acting as in- tructor. The Star membership is omposed of women from Allison, Dumont and Bristow. At 11:30 a luncheon was served at the Dumont cafe to all present and past matrons and patrons of the lodge as well as present officers. Planned by Music Mothers. OSAGEr-The Music Mothers planned a musical tea Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Seminary gymnasium. About 100 children will take part; this will be the first public appearance of the Junior band and string orchestra; there are 52 children in the .band and 36 in the string orchestra. Mrs. Robert W. C. T. U. Meeting Held. NORA SPRINGS--The W. C. T, U. held a regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. George D. Gaide. Mrs. J. M. Krafft led devotions. Mrs. Bert Rooks gave a. book review, "The Uncrowned Queen" by Bernie Babcock, which is the history of Frances Willard's life. Hostesses to Group. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. A. G. Buley and Mrs. Ross Beighly entertained the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. P. H. Cottreal. Two Buy Garage. BRICELYN--Ingvold Gullard and Frank Goette have purchased the Ed Kiihn garage. $4 a Bushel for Seed Corn. NEW HAMPTON -- Chickasaw county farmers are paying S* a bushel for seed corn at the present time. A testing station was opened here Wednesday and 1,500 ears had been tested the first three days, May Keturn Soon. ORCHARD--T. E. Bennett has received word that his wife, \vho went to. visit her sister, Mrs. Minnie Williams of Wood River, Nebr., who is ill, will return as soon as Mrs. Williams starts to improve. Mrs. Bennett has been gone about two weeks. Will Speak Thursday. RUDD--Church night will be observed Thursday, March 19. Dr. J. Arthur Young will be present to outline the years' work. Move From Spillville. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. E. Huber and family moved to Calmar Friday from a farm near Spillville. Plan Birthday Observance. GRAFTON--The Grafton American Legion auxiliary held a regular March meeting at the home of Mrs. Emma Skram. It was decided to hold a joint meeting with the Grafton Legionnaires March 1" in honor of the Legion's birthday. Are Parents of Son. FERTILE -- M r . and Mrs. Earl Hicks are parents of an eight pound boy born Friday morning. This is their third child. Mother and baby are being cared for by Mrs. Lena Dalager at the Dalager home. Meetings Are Resumed. LAKE MILLS --The Taka Art club met Friday afternoon at the jome of Miss Cora Larson. This is the first meeting held for several weeks due to the cold weather. $11.90 Taken in. SEXTON--The Sexton Aid took in ?11.90 Thursday night at a waffle supper held in the Sexton hall. Delegates to Convention. MANLY -- Nine delegates were elected to represent Lincoln township at the democratic county convention at Northwood. They are: John Hurd, Chet Doebel. Henry ian, Ted Mikesch, Lawrence ^eindl, Mrs. Ted Lindstrom, Mrs. Floyd Mertens, Miss Lorctta Reindl and Mrs. J, D. Thompson. Suffers Stroke on Side. NASHUA--William Rubenhagei who had his right leg amputate three inches below the knee at th New Hampton hospital, suffered complete stroke on the right sid His condition has been critical sine the operation. O. E. S. Plans School. SHEFFIELD--Sheffield Chapte No. ST. Order of Eastern Star, wi hold its annual school of instructio at the I. O. O. F. hall Monday. Mr Pearl Mae Fluegel. Charles City in structress of district No. 3 of th O. E. S. of Iowa will have char; The work of the order will be ex emplified in the evening. Arrives From Dakota. CHAPIN--Joe LeVitt, who ha been working with the Salvatio Army at Brookings and Watertown S. Dak., during the winter months arrived Thursday for a stay at th home of his brother, C. A. LeVit and will do farm work at th Charles Heuberger home during th summer. Hurt Again in Fall. DECORAH--Mrs. Hugh Sherr; 86, who has just recovered from in juries received when she mroke he hip two years ago, fell again an this time suffered a broken arm She is recovering. Return From Missouri. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Huber Tombleson and son returned Thurs day from Mansfield, Mo., wher they had been visiting his parents Move Near Osage. CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Gu Mier moved to a farm near Osage Their grandson, Art Leach, will op erate the farm. Cheer Up Club Meets. BRADFORD--The Cheer-up du met Thursday afternoon with Mrs L. F. Hushka with Mrs. Fred Si George, assisting hostess. Mrs. Nel son Lord and Mrs. Si Thompson tic for high score in 500. Mrs. Kusscll Hostess. POPEJOY--The Friendly clu met with Mrs. Earl Russel for an all day meeting Thursday. A larg number, including men and children was present for the noon luncheon Mrs. Ralph Simpson will entertain the club at her home March 25. Large Crowd Present. LUVERNE--A supper was served at the community hall Thursday evening. The husbands and the school faculty were guests. A lar; crowd attended. Keturn From Long Trip. ORCHARD--Mi', and Mrs. Ray Harkham and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jacobs returned from their trip of five months'. They left .October 29 going- to Washington, through Oreion and to Long Beach, Cal., coming home the southern route. Farm Moving Delayed. ROCK FALLS--Due to road and weather conditions, moving in this vicinity has been somewhat delayed Joe Gullickson is moving to the Wilkinson farm north of town, For est Lair on the Lane farm and Lanes are moving to Minnesota. The Schmidt and E. Belle families are exchanging places. Hand Caught in Wringer. B R A D F O R D -- Mrs. George Freese's hand was caught in the electric wringer while she was washing Thursday morning. Mrs. Schweiger Hostess. DOWS--The Thursday club me in the home of Mrs. L. E. Schwiegei with 18 members and one gues present. Mrs. O. A. Kellog and Mrs H. F. Graepler had charge of the program, "The Life of Benjamin Franklin." Visitors From Marshalltown. CHAPIN--Mrs. Ted Brown and children of Marshalltown are spend ing several days this week at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Cleveland and family. Home From Hospital. CARPENTER -- Duane Nickolson, young son of Mr. and Mrs Elmer Nickolson, returned Thursday from Osage where he underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Savre hospital. Leaves for Rochester. CALMAR--Mrs. Gordon Sanders left Thursday noon for Rochester, Minn., being called there by the serious illness of her grandson, who has pneumonia. Nominated at Caucus. RICEVILLE -- At the citizens caucus held Thursday night, the following were nominated: Walter Fox, mayor, and Gene Gooder, Louis Krall, Lee LangrOck, Henry Lenth and Elbert Hendricks for councilmen. Submits to Operation. OSAGE --Mrs. Frank C. Chatman underwent an operation for appendicitis late Thursday at the Savre hospital. Called to Kansas City. OSAGE--Mrs. Will Kane was called to Kansas City, Mo., Friday morning by the death of her brother-in-law, A. A. Nelson, who died at his home there of angina pectoris. Move From Mason City. SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Johnson, Mason City, moved to the farm vacated by the John Miller's, 3 miles south of Sexton. Transferred to Montana. B U R T -- Raymond Bleich, who has been working in Chicago several months, came Thursday for a few days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich. From here he will go to Libby, Mont., where he has been transferred by the firm by which he is employed. Buy Home in Bricelyn. BRICELYN -- John Bcrgselter from Brush Creek township recently purchased the Thora Halvorson residence in Bricelyn. now being occupied by the George Marcus family. The Bergsettcrs will not take possession until later in the season. MANNING SCORES L. J. DICKINSON Says Iowa G. 0. P. Conven tion Provided "New Low" in Senator's Influence. CENTBRVILLE, (UP) -- Mayo Edwin C. Manning of Ottumw Saturday noon opened his campaig for the republican nomination lo United States senator with a scorch ing attack on L. J. Dickinson, in cumbent in that office. Manning, who is opposing Dick inson for the nomination, demande "new faces" in the republican part; and attacked Dickinson for his fai: ure to be present at the republica state convention in Des Moine Feb. 28. "New Low" in Influence. Manning, speaking before the Ap panoose county Women's Republ: can club, said Dickinson's non-at tendance at the meeting marked "new low" in the senator's influenc in G. O. P. affairs. "No further proof is needed tha I voice the sentiment of the repub licans of Iowa," Manning said. "Mr Dickinson did not attend the con vention. He remained in Washing ton where he has resided for l years. Can anyone imagine Senate Allison, Senator Gear, Senator Do liver. Senator Cummins or Senate Kenyon failing to attend such convention aS we held last week? Name Not Mentioned. Continuing his blistering castiga tion, Maning said: "Mr. Dickinson's name was no mentioned once during the entir convention. His name was ignore by the speakers. His name was ig nored in, the resolutions. But--th platform' pledges the 'retiremen from public view of any officia high or low, who through action o inaction shall in any manner ob struct the republican party' in meet ing its obligation to bring about solution of the farm problem. "Republicans of Iowa may be as sured that six years from now when I am completing my firs term in the senate, no such 'retire ment' platform declaration will b necessary. Furthermore, in 1942 shall follow in the footsteps of 3113 ilustrious republican predecessors and, like Allison, Dolliver, Cummins and Kenyon. attend party conventions where I may meet and counsel with my fellow Iowa republicans. After-dinner invitations in Washington, New York, Pittsburgh and Boston may be pleasant, but af- :er all, an Iowa senator is supposec to represent Iowa's sentiment in the senate of the United States." Vfrs. Carpenter, Wife of Ledyard Hardware Store Head, Is Deac LEDYARD--Mrs. D. A. Carpen ter, 56, died at her home Thursday morning, following a stroke of par alysis suffered three weeks ago. Shi lad been in poor health four years when she suffered the first stroke which left her an invalid. Jessie I. Entwisle Carpenter wa- Dorn in Nashville, Minn., Dec. 11 1880. She was married to Davic Carpenter June 21, 1905, and wen to housekeeping in Granada where she lived six years. They then moved :o Guckeen where they started in ie hardware business. They moved to Ledyard in 1919 where Mr. Car penter and son operated a hardware store. She was a member of the Methodist church. She leaves her husband, a son Elvin at Ledyard; three brothers and three sisters, Noel Entwisle o:" Algona; Leslie of Seattle, Wash. Sydney D., of Elbow Lake, Minn. Clara A. Wallace and Lorena Lobb of Winnebago, Minn.; Florence A Bradway of Anoka, Minn. Rural School Teachers in Palo Alto Will Be Paid for Nine Months EMMETSBURG -- Palo A l t o ounty rural school teachers will be aid for nine months' work, despite veeks of enforced vacations during anuary and February, but they will e expected to teach Saturdays and ther special holidays until May 29, t was decided at a special meeting f rural school board presidents ere Friday afternoon. Since the ustomary rural school closing date s May 15, teachers' board and room xpenses after that date will be paid y the school district, it was ex- lained by school officials. Only four of fifteen rural school oard heads attended Friday's eeting to decide the salary issue nd the spring closing date. County upt. Florence Wells said. What ef- ect the later disbanding of rural chools would have on pupils who sually aid their parents with spring arm work was not known. -egion Post at Manly to Offer "Sky High" MANLY -- Manly will present home talent show, "Sky High,'' under the auspices of the local merican Legion in the high school uditorium March 16 and 17 at 8:15 m. It includes: Floyd Mertens. orothy Garrett, Blanche Garvey. ed Mikesch, Harry Rollings, ladys Wilkie. Don Duclos, Mildred rizzcll, Roy Kottman, Marion Ben. on, Gerald Frizzcll and W. H. Tate. here will also be specialty numbers Dnsisting of tap dancing, chorus nging and dancing and saxophone )lo. A large crowd is expected. Marble Rock Businessman and Babe Ruth Play Golf MARBLE ROCK -- Josef Erb, owner and former proprietor of a meat market and grocery store here, returned from several months' vacation spent in Miami and Sarasota, Fla. While at the latter place he played golf with Babe Ruth. Arm Broken In Fali. ROCK FALLS--Helen Shellhorn, 3 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles .Shellhorn, broke her arm when she fell on tb» ice. HANCOCK DEMOS HOLD SESSIONS Indorse Roosevelt and Name Delegates at County Convention. GARNER--The democratic convention of Hancock county was held here in the courtroom with 40 men and women attending. Eleven out of 16 townships were represented. A. C. Taylor of Hayfield, chairman for the convention, presided and Miller Townsend of Britt was secretary. Oscar Johnson, Kanawha representative, gave the main talk and declared the three-point tax program needs revisions before being permanently adopted. Mr. Johnson, who has served one term, will ask for re-nomination. Supervisor Ben F. Greiman gave a talk. Resolutions indorsed President Roosevelt and Vice President Gar- ner. The slogan adopted by the county group is: "And remember the man who did not forget the forgotten man." Replying to critics, "The New Deal Saved the Constitution," the resolutions said. The -eleven delegates were instructed to support Roosevelt and Garner. Twenty-two delegates in all were chosen with 11 as alternates. W. A. Lee, chairman for the Hancock county committee was resolutions chairman and A. W. Lee was chairman for the nominating committee. The Messrs. Lee are brothers and reside at Brltt. /vou^ewl You can't afford to miss this new, novel, practical demonstration and exhibit THE GLOBE-GAZETTE IDEAS GALORE DRAMATIC DEMONSTRATIONS PRACTICABLE RECIPES ALL FOODS FEATURED MEAT COOKERY SUGGESTIONS ?* Directed by MISS ANN KTNGSLEY Nationally Known Authority of the National Live Stock and Meat Board Here at the FOODS ON PARADE COOKING SCHOOL, you will receive a wealth of new ideas on the economical selection, care and preparation of foods. You will see with your own eyes, how to select, how to prepare, and--what is just as important-how to serve foods that will add to your reputation as a housewife and hostess. Vou will receive new practical recipes that will win plaudits from your family; you will receive valuable tips that will help you make decided savings in your household budgets. Plan now to attend this interesting, practical school. Make arrangements with several of your friends to get up a party to attend every session. You will come away with a great many practical new ideas. MEAT COOKERY TO BE FEATURED Of course, you recognize the importance of meat in your daily 1 menu. But did yoa ever stop to realize that most of your meals are actually planned AROUND the meat you serve? It's true. That's why we are bringing a nationally known authority to tell' you of the many secrets of the successful selection, preparation! and serving of appetizing meat dishes. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Next Tuesday--Wednesday Thursday-- Friday.,. MARCH 17-18-19-20 FREE GIFTS DAILY These Firms Will Be Represented at the School American Crystal Sugar Company Blanchard's Jewelry Clorox Chemical Company (Clorox) Currie-Van Ness Company D. K. Lundberg Company Damon's, Inc. Damon's Shoe Dcpt. Hermanson Bros. Dairy Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Iowa Tea Company J. C. Puth Company Jaques Manufacturing Company (K. C. Baking Powder); John Gallagher, Inc. Kemble's Greenhouse Klipto Loose Leaf Company Lever Brothers (Rinso, Lux, Lux Toilet Soap, Lifebuoy Health Soap)] Letts Spencer Smith Company Lyons, Cleaners- Launderers-Furriers Mason City Bottling Co. ADMISSION FREE Michael Drug Company Mier Wolf Sons Northwest Savings Bank Omaha Flour Mills (Omar Flour) People's Gas and Electric Company Pfaff Baking Company Ralph S. Shepherd, Paints and Wallpaper Salada Tea Company (Salada Tea) The Merkel Company Vance Music Company i \ «·

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