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March 16, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 M 1936 DISTRICT CONFERENCES ON FARM PLANNING REPORTS OPEN SESSIONS HELD AT CHARLES CITY Agents and County Groups Will Gather Tuesday at Algona. AMES--The first three of a series of district conferences were held in Iowa towns Monday to put the finishing touches to the preliminary reports of county agricultural plan- .iing committees. In Charles City, Toledo and Le Mars county agents and representatives of county committees met with economists, agronomists and inimal husbandmen from Iowa State college. The preliminary reports cover recommendations of the committees in regard to changes in crop rotations and land use practices for their counties. The next step will be to estimate the effect of these changes on the number and type of livestock . in the county. Final reports are expected to be submitted to the state agricultural planning committee at Iowa State college by March 26. The state committee, headed by Murl McDonald, assistant director of the Extension service, will compile a state report and forward it to the United States Department o Agriculture along with copies of each county report. These will be used in outlining a long time agricultural policy for the United States. Other district conferences this week will be held as follows: Tuesday, Independence, Fair-field and Algona; Wednesday, Dubuque, Osceo- Ia and Boone; and Thursday, Mus- satine and Oakland. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota. Mrs. Zuidhoff Funeral Held at Crystal Lake CRYSTAL LAKE--Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church, with the Rev. Joseph Hutching of Belmond officiating, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Whitford, for Mrs. Peter Zuidhoff. She died Tuesday at the hospital at Cherokee, where she had been only a week for treatment. The qirartet sang. Pallbearers were Tom Blank, John Haan, Cliff McFarland, John Lewerke, Peter Lewerke and A. M. Kirschbaum. Mrs. Zuidhoff taught school for many years and attended art school in Illinois. She is survived by her husband, several sisters and brothers. The body was taken to Carroll, where funeral services were held Sunday. Solid After 62 Years. 75th Birthday Observed. POPEJOY -- The birthday cli jave Mrs. E. Corcoran a surpri 3irthday dinner at her home Satu day evening in honor of her sevent fifth birthday. Miss Clara Graff hi charge of the games and contcs that followed the dinner. Goes to St. Paul. ·GRAFTON--Mrs. A. Schultz ai companied her sister, Mrs. Larson who was returning to Scatti Wash., as far as St. Paul Saturdaj Submits to Operation. HANSELL--Mrs. Dubb Woodle of Hansell underwent an emcrgenc operation for a tumor at the Li. theran hospital in Hampton, Marc 13. Recent Brides Honored. CRYSTAL LAKE -- A miscella neous shower was held at the horn of Mrs. Roy Wallace in honor o Mrs. Sarah Rierson and a showe was also held at the home of Mr and Mrs. A. M. Kirschbaum in bon or of their daughter, Mrs. Mae Bot Ueson. Both are recent brides. Return to Minneapolis. HAMPTON--Mrs. E. P. Andrews formerly of Hampton, returned Mon day to her home at Minneapolis aft er a 10 days' visit at the home o; Judge and Mrs. W. D. Evans. Tell of Styles. NORA SPRINGS--The Crcscenl club was entertained Friday afternoon, by Mrs. Charlie Shanks. In the lesson on industries of the east Mrs. John Treloar told of the boot and shoe industry and gave its his- eary from the beginning. She^saic shoes this summer win be of al colors. Mrs. Oscar Hansen told of the Parisian dress designers. Some of the new dresses will have four or five diffenent colors, she said. Enrolls at I. S. T. C. HANSELL--Miss Elizabeth Hannah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hannah, enrolled as a student in tie college at Cedar Falls. Submits to Operation. LAKE MILLS -- Mrs. Melvin Thompson underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Kingland hospital Friday. Reports Floivers in Bloom. BELMOND--Raymond Lamb who spent the winter in West Frankfort, 111., has returned to his home . Banquet to Be Wednesday. NORA SPRINGS--There will be a mother and daughter banquet at the Church of Christ Wednesday evening at the church. This'-is an annual event. Taken to Hospital. PORTLAND --Two residents of this community have been taken to Mason City hospitals. Keith Plath to the Mercy hospital where he underwent a major operation, and Mrs. R. A. Ludcman to the Park hospital, where she underwent treatment. Three Go to Chicago. HANSELL -- Carson Eustice, eorge Miller and John Rowson shipped stock to Chicago Saturday evening. The men accompanied the stock there. Return From Des RIoines. LELAND--Arthur Heraldson and Jeorge Jorgenson went to Des tfoines Friday and Mr. Haraldson brought back a truckload of machinery. THORNTON WINS 3DECLAM1STS Captures All Top Rankings at Swaledale; Meservey Gets 2 Seconds. SWALEDALE--Results of the state preliminary declamatory contests held in the Swaledale gymnasium were: Oratorical, Carl Morris, Thornton; first; Leland Zimmerman, Meservey, second; dramatic, first, Margaret James, Thornton; Mildred Wendel of Meservey, second; humorous, first, Mary Courtney of Thornton; second, Rachel En- abnet, Swaledale. Thomas Thomsen Freed of Manslaughter Charge Admitted to Hospital. GRAFTON -- Miss Elsie Tesch, who has been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Nack, in ;ansing, became suddenly ill and was brought home by he r sister. She was admitted to the Nisscn hospital n Osage, Friday. Called to Union. LEDYARD--Mrs. August Sprank vas called to Union, where she at- ended the funeral of her mother. At Father's Funeral. LAKE MILLS -- Fred Bliss an :wo sons, Robert and Gerald, wer t Corning to attend the funeral o /tr. Bliss' father who died suddenly t bis home last week. P. T. A. to Meet Tuesday. DUMONT--The postponed meet ng of the P. T. A. which was to elebrate Founder's day in Febru ry, will be held Tuesday evening at he school auditorium. The presi- ent, Mrs. J. T. Britcher, will sing a Io;Mrs. R. H. Atchison will give a Ik on "The Origin of Founder's ay:" the high school glee club will ng; Mrs. F. M. Sorenson will give here. Mr. Lamb reports spring flowers in bloom an dspring gardening under way at West Frankfort. Annual Named "R." ELDORA, (ay^Having- served its purpose for more than 62 years, a large barn on the George W. Haynes farm is to be replaced with a new structure. Some timbers placed in the ancient structure are as solid as when they were put in by early day builders. RUDD--The Rudd "R" was chosen as the name of the high school annual. It symbolizes the guidance of the students by the school as a ship js guided by its rudder. WiU Visit in Grand Meadow. HANLONTOWN -- Sever Field, has visited his brother, N. E. Field, and family plans to spend several days with relatives in Grand Meadow, Minn. He will return here before leaving for his home in Nome, N. Dak. talk on "The Spirit of Founder's Day;" Miss Evelyn Ferguson will play a violin solo, and Mr. Gehan of Waterloo will give a talk on lighting. Will Move to Farm. ORCHARD--Carrol Waters rented his farm to I. A. Hagarty of Floyd and will move to the farm west of town soon. He has rented his home in town to John Wright. Twin Daughters Born. HANLONTOWN -- Friends here received word of the birth of twin girls to Mr. and Mrs. Burton Raun of Pine City, Minn. They weigh 5% and 5% pounds and were born March 10 at a Pine City hospital. Meet at Kitley Home. LEDYARD--The Ledyard Standard Bearers Misionary society met Thursday evening at the home of Mabel Kitley. Devotions were given by Alvira Halverson, Muriel Reece gave the lesson. Visitor From Guthrie. RUDD--Mrs. Otto Mueller of Guthrie, Minn., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Hillsman. The Hillsman. family is moving to a farm north of Nora Springs. Attend Son's Wedding. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Nelson were at St. Ansgar Saturday to be present at the wedding of their son, Norman, to Maurine Lerbig of that place. Will Receive Prizes. THORNTON--A health program will be presented at the P. T. A. meeting to .be held in the opera house Friday evening, March 20. An attendance contest is planned. The grades having the largest attendance of parents at this meeting will be presented a picture for their schoolroom. Condition Is Satisfactory. KANAWHA--Duaine Hartwig, 9 son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hartwig, submitted to an operation Thursday at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton. His condition is reported satisfactory. Will Serve Tuesday. SWALEDALE -- T h e Baptist women will serve a lunch Tuesday noon at their social rooms. Move to St. Ansgar. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. Elkader Jury Acquits Attorney in Death of Jacobsen. ELKADER, W)--After deliberating 27 hours and 15 minutes, a jury acquitted Thomas Thomsen, Elkader attorney, of manslaughter charges here Sunday. Thomsen was charged with fatally wounding Jimmie Jacobsen, farm hand, in a disturbance at the Clay ton county fair last fall. The atto ney, secretary of the fair, admitte the shooting, but testified someou jerked his arm as he was firm shots into the air to quiet the troi ble. It was disclosed at the trial tha Vincent Boland, a companion Jacobsen's, admitted he grabbe Thomsen's arm during the shootin] THOMAS THOMSEN Lowell and family who have been .enants on the Atty. Leslie Boomhower farm, 3 miles west of town, moved to the St. Ansgar vicinity. Mr. Boomhower held a closing out ale March 11. Submits to Operation. STILSON~The Rev. and Mrs. C. 0. Winters received word Friday their daughter, Martha, who teaches in the southeastern part of the state, had had an operation for appendicitis and they left for her bedside the same day. Returns Prom Hospital. KANAWHA--Eugene Michelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Michelson, returned home Thursday from Bei- mond where he was a patient at the Steele hospital the past two weeks. Eugene had an operation for strangulated hernia. Mrs. Michelson, who has been staying with him, returned also. KOSSUTH FORMS WILD LIFE UNIT Seining of Carp From Iowa Lakes Is Advocated in Resolution. ALGONA--The second annual meeting of the Kossuth county conservation league was held Friday night at the courthouse with representatives from nearly all units in the county. J. H. Lowe gave an interesting report of his trip to Washington recently and outlined procedure for organization of the Wild Life federation. The group proceeded to organize the Kossuth county Wild Life federation and a general wild life discussion for formulating the local council of the Wild Life federation was held with several representatives of other organizations present. Iowa had 2S representatives at Washington and Mr. Lowe was You can You can Quality insurance Jackets of Cellophane, that seal- rap, Double-Mellow goodness the Prize Crop Tobaccos . . . they give that marvelous Double-Mellow Flavor made chairman who plans to use this league asa setup for other counties. A motion was made that the secretary be authorized to write the conservation commission urging seining of carp from Iowa lakes and urging immediate action for screening of outlets of lakes which have been frozen free of carp the present winter. A report was given from each county unit in regard to the feeding program with, co-operation of farmers. Peter Heiken of Swea City estimated that 50 per cent of the bird life had been destroyed. At Ledyard the American Legion aided with the feeding of a 250 flock of partridges which came through the winter better than pheasants. Art Priebe of Lonerock told an interesting tale of several who were feeding pheasants that at one time killed them. Game Warden .Pierce spoke briefly of feeding activities in the county generally and complimented the C. C. C. camp at Bancroft who helped open roads and feed the birds the past winter. He introduced E. A. Eighlers and E. A. Crecko, officials of the camp. George Moulton, Ledyard and M. P. Weaver, Algona, were re-elected president and vice president respectively and the motion made that the secretary and treasurer be one person from now on was carried and Joe Lowe was elected to that position. Mr. Weaver appointed Leon Merritt, Algona, H. W. Trainer and M. M. Chipman, both of Burt, to act on the committee of activities for the coming year. GENEVA WOMAN DIES SUDDENLY Mrs. Jane Loomis Falls Floor as She Enters Rear Door. GENEVA--Mrs. Jane Loomis, 73 died suddenly Saturday of hemor rhage. She had been in failing health for some time but was doing he own work. She fell just as she en tered her back door and was seen by a-12 year old neighbor girl. She was dead when the doctor arrived Her only son, Claude Sharpe o: Minneapolis reached here last nighi and funeral services were planned for Monday afternoon at the house and at the church. Mrs. Loomis came to Iowa with her parents when a small girl and resided on a farm east of Geneva during her girlhood. She was one of a family of eight children. Besides her son, several grandchildren and a great grandchild, she is survived by 3 sisters, Mrs. George Thompson, Geneva; Mrs. Lillie Bell, Fresno, Cal., and Mrs. George Tucker, Galesburg, HI. AGED GOLDFIELD MAN IS BURIED Body of James T. Jackson, 92, Civil War Veteran, Taken to Kanawha. EAGLE GROVE--James T. Jack- sou, 92, widower and retired farmer, died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Verne Kenney, at Goldfield Saturday. Funeral services were held at the Wilson funeral chapel, Eagle Grove, Monday, and burial was made in the cemetery at Kanawha. The pallbearers were six members of the Kanawha and Goldfield Legion posts. Mr. Jackson was born in county Kildare, Ireland, and came to the United States at the age of six. He was the last Civil war veteran in Wright county. Two Tickets Are Named for Nora Springs Posts NORA SPRINGS--The citizens' caucus was held Friday evening to nominate a ticket for the town election March 30. W. H. Lucas acted as chairman and Darrell Ellis as secretary. Those nominated a r e mayor, W. F. Miner; councilmen, J. T. Hofler, Fred Ueker, Ralph Breakeyr Jack Keith and Darrell Ellis; treasurer, W. F. Schnedler; assessor, Vic Hemphill; The republican caucus was held Monday evening with C. E. Kluver as chairman and J. W. Kennedy as secretary. Nominations resulted as follows: Mayor, A. J. Quimby; councilmen. Jay Clough, Carl Crowell, Frank Behne, Ben Barker and Guy Morton: treasurer, H. F. Schnedler arid for assessor, Vic HemphiU. E VEN before you open your first package of Double- Mellow Old Golds, you'll see, at a glance, the- extreme precautions we take to protect the quality of this delightful cigarette. Two jackets of cellophane safeguard the contents of every package like a vacuum seal. Bringing "Double-Mellows" to you, in any climate, as fresh as they come off the cigarette machines. In giving you, in Double-Mellow Old Golds, the finest tobaccos ever put in a cigarette, we spare no expense to seal-in that Prize Crop Tobacco goodness. *4*d*a^"f Established 1760 ff DOUBLE-MONEY-BACK OFFER as made to smokers since Oct. 6, 1935 Smoke half a pack of Double-Mellow Old Golds. If you're not pleased, mail us the wrapper and the remaining ten cigarettes at any time before May 1, 1936, and we'll send you double the price you paid for the full package, plus postage. Address: P. Lorillard Co., Inc., 119 West 40th Street, New York City. fi P. Urillttd Co., IDC. Gravel Road Near Algona Now in Serious Condition ALGONA--Bus service and all traffic south of Algona on highway 169 to Fort Dodge has been closed temporarily. The gravel stretch that has not yet been paved is getting in serious condition. The route is detoured to Wesley and then south to Corwith and taking number 10 in to Fort Dodge. The county is posting embargo limitations of 6,000 pounds On all county roads. Mrs. Miller, Cresco, to Speak at Lime Springs LIME SPRINGS--A mother and daughter banquet sponsored by the Oneota club will be held at the high school gymnasium Tuesday evening. The program will include: invocation, Belle Pettit; group singing led by Miss Ruef; toast to the Daughters, Mrs. Ruth Haven; toast to the mothers, Ilah Roberts; saxophone solo. Miss Arnold; reading-, Mary Elaine Jones; music, Girls sextet; reading, Mrs. Gladys Larson; address, Buds and Blossoms, Mrs. Parke Miller of Cresco; solo, Mrs. Sarah Haven. STOPPED-UP LNOSTRILSj due iocotii. Use Mentholafunt io help open ihc nostrils and permit freer breathing. Know Your State A Foct a Doy About loway! Plans for an out-door festival of music and folk games to be presented by a rural family cast of 2,500 at Ames were announced by Mrs. Edith Barker of the state 4-H club department. CJres ./COMFORT Daily If jnu prefer nose drops, or throat spray, call for the HEW MEHTHOLATUM LIQUID In handy bottle with dropper A genuine WUIard for every purpose--Auto-Radio, Farm Lite. J A C O B ' / Battery and Electric Service 110 S. Delaware Phone S19 Juniors To Give Play. DECORAH--The Junior class play, "New Fires," will be given March 24 under the direction of Miss Helen Adams, instructor in speech. The play is a comedy in three acts. The play will be given in the high school auditorium, with 15 students taking part. Lime Springs Students Plan Concert Wednesday LIME SPRINGS--A concert will be given Wednesday evening by the high school band and glee clubs at the gymnasium. Most of the numbers used will be contest numbers. s SPECIAL OFFER! A $3.50 jar of C H A R L E S o f t h e R I T Z Rejuvenescence Cream $100 I THIS WEEK ONLY! This is a rare opportunity to buy one of the most precious creams ever created at a saving of $2.50 on each jar. Rejuvenescence Cream gives the skin a fresh and dewy bloom and makes it look years younger. There is a noticeable improvement after a single application and the effect lasts for hours. 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