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

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U1UHT -·MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8 · 1937 \' 1,000 ATTEND ALGONA GO-OP CREAMERY GATHERING OFFICERS AT GRESCO NAMED Sheffield Annual Session Held; .Little Cedar to . : Hold Meeting. ALGONA--The AJgona · Co-operative creamery company held it annual banquet and meetings for ·its patrons and officials at the high school gymnasium Saturday. The women of the Catholic church served the dinner to 1,000. The attendance was greatly reduced this year, due to snow drifted country roads, with only the main ro'ads' open. The Algona high schol orchestra furnished music from 12 to 1 o'clock. Following ''the banquet the annual business meeting was held in the. auditorium at which' time E. R. Mawdsley and C. R.Schoby, whose terms as directors- expired this year, were re-elected. H. J. 'Bartleft,, Manly, president ot the Iowa State Brand creameries of Mason City, was the principal speaker, followed by Hoy Stprvick, manager of the Iowa State Brand from Mason City and A. W. Rudnick,' dairy specialist Irom the extension department of the IOWA. State college at Ames, who spoke briefly. Following the business meeting the board meeting was held at which time A. J. Keen was re-elected president, Harry Bode, vice president, and Mads .Christiansen, secretary and treasurer. The annual report showed sales of all dairy products amounted to $276,207.10. After deductions from income; such as interest, operating and general expenses and losses there was a net income of $3,198.31. The statistics sheet showed that 707,230 pounds of butter were sold of which 519,713 pounds were shipped away, 124,173 pounds sold locally and 63,335 pounds sold to patrons. The. operating statement of the gas and oil department showed a net- operating profit of $3,752.46 arid' the net. income $3,334.42 less patronage rebates ot 8, per cent to all stockholders of the creamery. The oil station in connection with the creamery has only been in operation since 1934. All statements were prepared by Albert C.- -Christiansen, certified .public accountant of Iowa and Minnesota. " ' SHEFFIELD MAKES 220,878 POUNDS OF BUTTER IN '36 SHEFFIELD--The annual meeting of the Sheffield Community creamery was. held'ln the-Memor- --jal'tiall Friday. The meeting open^ ed at 10:30 for the business session. H. J. Binger, creamery manager, reported the creamery manufactured a total of 220,878 pounds of butter, during the year with an 'overrun of 24.5 per- cent. An average price of 31.49 cents per pound was received. Creamery patrons received an average price of 3G.15 'cents per pound for butterfat, an increase of more than 4/4 cents per pound over previous years. The creamery operated for the .year on a net manufacturing cost of only 2.43.cents per pound. Officers elected were Georgi Meyer, president; D. J. Atkinson, vice president; Fred Cockram, secretary, and directors Roy Hem'm, H. G. Fredericks, C. L. Edgingloh, W. H.' Schroeder. Two hundred and thirty-nine were served at the annual dinner for patrons and their wives and businessmen and their wives. The afternoon program included a talk by Superintendent Rankin; Hampton, on his tour of Europe last summer. Music was furnished by .the high school band. Miss Shirley Gamm gave a reading. A one act play, "A Quiet Evening at Home" was presented by high school students, NOVAK AGAIN IS HEAD OF CEESCO'S CREAMERY CRESCO--Members of the Farmers Co-operative Creamery association of Cresco held their annual meeting Saturday when the following officers were re-elected foi the ensuing year: H. J". Novak, president; Adam Frank, vice president; .1; P. Thomson, treasurer; Charles Curtis member of board of directors. Directors holding over are C. A Holcomb, H. M. Terry, Reed Miles and William Wilson. The annual report submitted by Mrs. Margaret D. Novak, secretary, and August N. Bcrkes, manager, includes the following items 801,956 pounds,of butterfat received;-24.46 per cent overrun; an average of 36.76 cents per poun was paid to patrons; 997,113 pounds ,of butter were manufactured, a gain of 66,661 pounds over that of the previous year. Patron: were paid a total of $294,469 dur ing 1936 for butterfat. WinTCOMB .PRESIDENT OF FREDERICKS BURG GROUP F R E D E R I C K SBURG--The Fredericksburg Butter- factory as cociation elected: President, Floyc Whitcomb; vice president, Willian- Klotz; secretary, Delos Triplet! treasurer, Otto Koerth. Directors F. W. Whitcomb and Herman Kar natz. 'Roy Sweet has been hired a buttermaker and F. H. Benz as as sistant-buttermaker. LITTLE CEDAR CREAMERY WILL MEET .WEDNESDAY LITTLE CEDAR--The annu meeting of the Little Cedar Co operative creamery will be hel Wednesday in M. W. A. hall. Fre lunch will be served at noon, fol lowed by business meeting an s;ile of buttermilk. Frank Brunne of the Iowa State Brand Cream eries will also.speak in the after noon. . Birthda,y Is Celebrated. CALMAR -- The Birthday club let on Friday evening at a 6:30 inner at the home of Mrs. Elif laskrud in honor of her birth- ay. Decided by Coin Flip. NEW HAMPTON--The New Hampton Tribune will print 600 opies of the financial report for Chickasaw county for $90. The( l l a v e een made to acquire 21 ad- - - 'ribune and Babcock Brothers, ew Hampton printers, had iden- cal bids. Eugene Albaugh, board hairman flipped the coin, and the ontract was awarded to the Trib- .ne. Court Reporter 111. EMMETSBURG--The condition if Matthew Grier, 67, veteran Emmetsburg court reporter ill from nfluenza arid pneumonia in a lo- al hospital, was reported as criti- :al. Grier was stricken at Esther- /ille Friday as he was reporting or Judge George Heald ol Spen- :er. . " Return From California. · ROCKFORD.-- Mr. and' Mrs. Valter Newberger returned from trip to California. At Rites at Iowa City. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous I terns'From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Know Your State A Daily Fact About loway Under the jurisdiction .of the state .conservation commission at present are 71 parks and preserves situated in 50 counties and involving 18,548 acres. Arrangements DOUGHERTY Miss Hannah Seecher went to Iowa City to at- .end the .funeral of her cousin, Miss Genevieve Beecher, Saturday morning. · Benefit Program Given. SWALEDALE -- The amateur :ontest given in the school audi- .orium for the benefit of the Red Iross flood relief was well attended with $80 taken by the door receipts and lunch which was served. This brought the amounl from here taken in to date to about $130. Visits in Texas. SHEFFIELD--A. J. Cook left Friday for Aransas Pass, Texas, to make a two weeks' visit with relatives. Return From DCS Monies. SWALEDALE--G. A. Eddy returned Friday from Dos Moines where he attended the lumberman's convention. Play to Be Given. CLARKSVILLE--Eleven members attended the Woman's club meeting at the home of Mrs. Gay Tackson. At the March meeting a playlet, "The Sniggles Family," will be presented. Tea will be served and each, member may jring a guest. Visitor From Havclock. MANLY--Miss Marguerite Lanus of Havelock visited at. the J. C. Prantle home "with her friend.'Miss Agnes Kemener. Visit in Mimitapol.i.s.' RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Dlson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson and daughters, LaVonne and Donabelle, spent the weekend at the Palmer Olson home in Minneapolis. Taken to Hosnital. WODEN -- Mrs. George Eden was taken to the Algona hospital Saturday morning for treatment "3he has been suffering with in- luenza the past week. Contributions Reach $161.50. WODEN--Contributions to the Red Cross for flood sufferers have reached $164.50 in the vicinity o' Woden. Mrs. W. L. Tindall is local chairman for the Hed Cross and contributions are made at the bank building. Is Struck by Car. LED YARD--Mrs. Fred Darnel and mother, Mrs. Trout, of Guck en, Minn., left for Sterling, 111., 3cing called there by the serious condition of Mrs. Trout's brother who was injured when hit by i car. Go to New .Orleans. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs Wayne Weinberg have gone on ; vacation trip to New Orleans ant other southern points of interest Saw Winter Carnival. MANLY --Mrs. Walter LesIL and daughter, Dorothy, spent several days in Minneapolis. Among other visitors to the Twin Cities to attend the grand carnival winter sports were Mrs. E. D Turner and Bob, Mrs. Fred Phillips, Mildred-Frizzell and Gladys Helgoland. Visilor From Mankato. RAKE--Miss Christine Sabin o Mankato, Minn., arrived Friday tr spend the week-end at the A. J Sabin home. Are Farenfs of Son. LONEROCK -- Mr. and Mi's Fred Flaig are the parents of a 1\- pound baby boy. This is theii fifth child. Bridge Club Meets. WODEN--Mrs. Henry Orthe entertained two tables of bridge at her home Friday afternoon Mrs. Henry Bode won first prize and Mrs. Tom Lackore second. A luncheon was served by Mrs. Orthel at the close of the afternoon Returns From Hampton. ROCKWELL -- William Sloan returned Friday from a 10 days visit at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jessie Allison at Hamp ton. Visitor From Chicago. LEDYARD--Miss Olga Kr.tm esmeir of Chicago is visiting hci parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kram esmeier. Her brother, Cavl of Den ver, Colo., is also here for a twc months' visit with his parents. $207 Sent for Flood Relief. PLYMOUTH -- To date Ply mouth has sent $207 for relie work in the flood area. Honored at Shower. MANLY--Mrs. C. L. Stauner Mrs. Ermine Todd and Mrs. J. ^ Stauner entertained at a showe complimenting Mrs. Walter Les lie at her .home Friday evening Bridge was played with Mrs. Lo Duclos and Mrs. George Higb i-ecciving prizes. Out of low Ruests were Mrs. C. L. Covcl o St. Paul, Minn., and Miss Stauner of Minneapolis. Agnc tional areas of forests but neces- ary funds to develop and main- ain them will be needed. Will Meet Tuesday. LIME SPRINGS -- The King's -leralds will meet at the home of Alice Applen next Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Howard Lubbers is ounselor. John Hughes Imnrovins. GARNER -^ John Hughes, long ime resident of Hancock county, -ontinues^to improve following a major operation at Mercy hospi- al. Mason City, on Jan. 28. His daughters, Mrs. f Minneapolis, Mitien Closes Cafe. GOLDF1ELD--M. C. Mitten, vho has operated a cafe at Gold- ield for a long period of time, losed his place as he was unable o obtain a suitable location. Stevnson and Son leased the building 'acated by Mitten's confectionary ind will install a refrigeration ocker system. ' ' ' . . . ' Given Farewell Parties. CALMAR--Two farewell par- ies were given during.the weekend for Mrs. Gordon" Sanders who vith "her'husband left Monday for heir new home in Spring Valley, Minn. Friday afternoon Mrs. Herman Bush entertained in Mrs. Sanders' honor and on Saturday a£- -ei-noon Mrs. V. J. Horton, Mrs. Ylarlin Jameson and Mrs. D. Horse were joint hostesses to a party given in Mrs. Sanders' honor. Visits at Cedar Rapids. CALMAR--Miss Arlene Ciecle, eacher in the commercial department at the high school, spent the week-end at the home of her parents in Cedar Rapids. Is New Assistant. SHEFFIELD--Miss Emmy Lou Richey will be assistant in the local office of the Iowa public service company, starting Feb. 6. FOL :he past four months, she was employed in the credit department of the Montgomery Ward and company store in Mason City. Benefit Dance Tuesday. BRITT--There will be a dance at the Coliseum Tuesday, Feb. 9 The proceeds will go for the flooc relief. $1,500 for Flood Holier. NORTHWOOD--Red Cross contributions to the flood relief reached a total of $1,500 Friday, according to G. J. Frandle, Northwood, county chairman. District Contributes S55. FAULKNER -- School district o. 5 of Osceola township contributed $55 to the fund for flood relief. Leave for DCS Alpines, GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Ear. Kirchgatter, Mrs. Gusta Virchow and Fred Rieck left Saturday for DCS Moines. Dulcie Mayland and Mrs. Ethel . Jyckraan of Evansville, Ind., came "0 days ago. Plan Prayer Observance. LIME SPRINGS-- The World's Day of Prayer will be observed riday at 2:30 p; m. with a pro- fram and prayer meeting at the lome of Mrs. R. Prescott. The W. i 1 . M. S. of the Presbyterian and Methodist churches will participate. Visitor From Albia. DUMONT-- Mrs. A. J. Miller, Albia, wlio has been visiting a daughter at Waterloo, came Saturday to visit her son, the Rev. E. M. Miller' and family; at the United Brethren parsonage. Visit at Fort Dodge. BRITT -- Mrs. Gus Papadakes and niece, Argery, visited the past week in Fort Dodge at the home of her brother, Gus Pappas Taken to Cherokee. CLARION -- George Linahan. 73. of Clarion, and Hoy Gordon of Gait, brought before the sanity commission, were committee to the insane hospital at Cherokee, where they were taken Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Tillman Thompson. Floyd County Carriers Meet. RUDD -- The members of the Floyd Rural Carriers association met Friday evening with Ml', and Mrs. Berl Stalker. Visitors From St. Louis. M A N L Y -- Mrs. Harry Upchurch entertained the Happy Hour circle at her home Friday afternoon. An out of town guest was Miss Myrtle Glassel of St. Louis who is here visiting her sisters, Mrs. Upchurch and Mrs. Irvin Wren. From Stevens Collese. BUFFALO CENTER-- Mrs. Addie Arkwright motored to Des Moines Friday to meet her daughter, Miss Marjory Arkwright, who is attending school at Stevens college. Barber Is 111. ROCKWELL-- Leslie E. Barber, 4 miles northeast of Rockwell, is reported quite ill with an attack of flu. . ' . - · Hostess to" Circle. MANLY-- Mrs. S. S. Westly entertained Mrs. Knudson's circle of the English Lutheran church at her home Friday. WEAVER HEADS KOSSUTH GROUP Conservationists Told of Progress on Union Slough Area. ALGONA--At the third annual meeting of the Kossuth county conservation league held Friday evening here, M. P. 'Weaver of Algona was elected president succeeding the late.'George Moulton; Gottlieb Bleich, Burt, vice president and Joe Lowe, Algona, secretary arid treasurer. By acclamation Henry Becker of Algona was elected historian to keep pictures and activities of the league together. The date o f ' t h e annual meetings has been changed to the first Monday in every January. H. W. Trainer of Burt gave a review of the activities during the past two 3'ears. Joe Lowe told of the Union Slough project, in which 881.95 acres are sought, ranging from $12 to 532 an acre for a game reserve to be established in the Union Slough region. Lester C. Corrie was sent here by the - biological survey and who succeeded in obtaining options'on the major portion at prices suitable to the government. When these options were submitted there were four land owners who could not see fit to option at prices stipulated. Word has been received from the Iowa state board of conservation that 11 will condemn un-optioned portions of Union Slough and thus th« adoption of the project as a federal game refuge is assured. As soon as the land purchase can be arranged and condemnation proceedings against four landowners carried through, two dams will be erected and water from Buffal creek will then flood the entire area and in due time a fence wil be put around the entire area anc hunting will be prohibited. M. M. Chipman of Burt gave a report on proposed future activities of the league. Its greatest opportunity lies ahead, he said. Twelfth Child Is Born to Couple at Stilson Schoenfeld Funeral Conducted at Ionia; Matthews Succumbs NASHUA--William Schoenfeld, 9, died at his home in Ionia Friday of heart trouble. He was born n Germany, arid came to Ionia with .his parents when 14 years old, where he had lived on a farm until 20 years ago when he moved nto town. He is survived by the wjdow, three sons, Lewis, -Ionia; Sdward and Fred, Nashua; three daughters, Mrs.' Abhor Grove and VIrs. Jim McCullum,- New Hamp- bn; Mrs. Culver Killebrow, Nebo, ill. The funeral was held at thp Congregational church in loma Monday afternoon, the Rev. Frank Artz, Charles City, officiating.. Gustav Richard-Matthews died at his home north of Ionia" Thursday night. He was born in Germany Feb. 7, 1851, and worked at lis trade of shoemaker in Ionia for several years. STILSON -- A born to Mr. and daughter was Mrs. George Grey Friday at an Algona hospital. This is their twelfth child Eleven are living. $8 Stolen From Cagers From New Hampton High NEW HAMPTON-- Members o the New Hampton · high schoo basketball team reported lie Monday while they were playin at Dccorah Friday night a entered their lockers and about SB. thie stole M MRS. DRUM OF RUDD IS DEAD Husband Also Is 111 With Pneumonia; Rites at , .Nora Springs. A'ORA SPRINGS--Mrs.. Martin Crum, 67, lifelong resident ol Floyd county, died Sunday morning at her home a mile east and 3 miles south of Rudd, after an illness of two weeks of pneumonia. Her husband is just recovering from the disease. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Nora Springs Methodist church with burial at Rudd. Mr. and Mrs. Crum were steward and stewardess of the county home for nine years. Surviving are her husband, and two daughters, Mrs. Sadie Bohnsack of Portland and Mrs. Lola Bishop of Nora Springs and a son, Dale, Nora Springs. Bricelyn Honor Court . Is Planned by Scouts BRICELYN, Minn. -- A Boy Scout rally and a court of honor will be held at the Bricelyn school gymnasium Tuesday evening at K o'clock. A series of games for all the boys enrolled in the Faribault district is being planned. The court will award the honors following the rally. This includes the awarding of first and second class badges. Merit badges and other honors won by the scouts since the last court was held. Visitors From Waterloo. MANLY -- Mrs. Elmer Benson and daughter, Jane, of Waterloo are visiting Jean Benson in Chicago. Miss Benson is attending Moody institute. rs. Leineger, 90, Algona, Is Buried ALGONA -- Funeral services were held Monday for .Mrs. Mary Leineger, 90, at the Rudolph Will home and at the 'Letts Creek church with the Rev. E. Fiene officiating. Burial was made in the Lotts Creek cemetery. Mrs. Lein- eger died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Rudolph Will. Her husband preceded her in death eight years ago and since that time has made her home with her daughter. Other children surviving are John Leineger, Algona, Mrs. Robert Shealler, Mrs.' John Meine, both of Whittemore, Mrs. Jess Brandt, Wapato, Wash., and Joseph, Jr., and William Leineger of Lotts Creek. Curfew Ordinance at Bricelyn Is Enacted BRICELYN, Minn.--A curfew ordinance was passed by the village council. Children not over IB years old must be off the streets by 9 p. m. unless accompanied by parents. Those violating the ordinance will be taken before Judge Oscar Mundale of the juvenile court at Blue Earth, who will decide the punishment. Ackcrman Suffers Accident. LONEROCK -- Earl Ackerman was injured when a hay rack fell on him, striking his face. Two large cuts \vere suffered by him. Have Beautiful Hair _ CKJkREST'S Color U f i Tte Setter Rtntt PHONE 733 M E K K E L ' S BEAUTY SALON PEAK OF THE WEEK' '19 .75 PEHIH'WEEK This two-piece dress is made in "Lily of the Valley" crepe with the new rick rack t r i m m i n g around the blouse a n d c l u s t e r s o f pleats in the skirt. Available in black, navy and brown. Sizes 14 to 40. Sketched from Stock Exclusive with ."PAT" PATTON: Oil-wellf lr e-f s htcr. "I smoke Camels. They don't get on myacrvcs. My digestion? It's O.K.!" MRS. DOROTHY POYNTON HILL: Champion Dieir. "I enjoy Camels "icnovcr I want! They're mild. CLYDE FREEMAN: Stecl- NcrvcdAuto Test Driver. "You bet I Smoke Camels. Camels help my digestion--and they never get on-my nerves!" WHAT "HERB" LEWIS: High-tcaring sparkplug of the champion Detroit Red Wings. "My digestion takes it on the chin. But smoking Camels ·with my meals and afterwards eases tension. Camels build up a fellow's sense of well- being. I smoke Camels right through the training season." At mealtimes Camels aid digestion--speeding up the flotv of digestive fluids, increasing alkalinity. Camels are mild -- better for steady smoking! O ^TEADY SMOKERS, HAVE LEARNED ABOUT CAMELS '·* Copjrtrtil. 1937. n, J. H«jnt.1 rti Tolnrcn Cowptnr. ttln,lon.F«!em, Ncrti TONY MANERO: National Open Golf Champion. "I have a grand ng of being ; when I en : joy els along with my meals.' S I R H U B E R T W I L K I N S : Again exploring the Arctic U'astef. "A Camel often has given me the'lift' I needed. · Camels aremystand-by.Thcy add gusto to my meals." LEE GEHLBACH: America's No. 1 Test -P//o/."CameIsdoa't frazzle my nerves. It's great to smoke my Camel and get that cheery "lift." 1 MRS. RUFUS PAINE SPALD1NG HI, of Pasadena, yachting enthusiast. "I smoke as many Camels as I please. I fine! it's a happy way to case strain." LOU MEYER: Won In- dianapclis Auto Classic three times. "In this racing game I need a mild cigarette," he says,"so I smoke Camels. MISS DOHOTHYKILGALLEN: Girl Reporter circled the globe in 24'i days. "It's marvelous the way I can smoke Camels all I choose. I'll bet on Camels any time.'" Camels are made from finer, More Expensive Tobaccos .Turkish and Domestic... than any other popular brand. MRS. York CHARLES SICKLES: Bn ttalrou."l smoke Camels syNew ever I feel like i t -- a n d they never gee on my nerves or tite my taste. 1 WILLIAM F E R G U S O N : Salesman. "I'm always on the go--and I smoke a lot. When I'm all tuckered out Camels give me a 'lift' in energy.

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