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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 27 1934 THOUSANDS TO KEEP FARM RECORDS IN IOWA REPORTS MADE AT CONFERENCES Proof of Compliance Will Be Sent in by Farmers in. AAA Program. AMES, March 27.--Thousands of Iowa farmers will start keeping complete farm records as a result of the corn-hog reduction program, according to extension workers at Iowa State college who have returned from a series of district conferences last week for county agents and chairmen of county allotment committees. The adjustment program will require "proof of compliance" statements next winter. Data for this statement can best be kept in some form of farm record, according to L. G. Allbaugh, extension farm management specialist. The AAA provides a record in which only .data on the basic commodities are kept. Complete record books covering every phase of the farm business are available from the extension service. During the conferences last week county agents and county chairmen ordered approximately 9,500 copies of the Iowa farm record book and 600 loose leaf record books. These loose leaf books are in addition to those to be used by farmers already keeping records in co-operation with the college. Approximately 3,000 of the Iowa farm record books had already been sent out for use in 1934. In addition to those who keep complete records practically all of the other 156,000 farmers signing contracts will keep the AAA form, Mr. Allbaugh said. Clemans' Interest in Lakota Record Bought by J. Gus Thaves, Burt LAKOTA, March 27.--A deal has been closed in which J. Gus Thaves of Burt has taken over the interest in the North Kossuth Record office here from E. N. Clemans, possession given at once. Mr. Barber of Titonka will have charge until Mr. Thaves will be able to leave Hurt, where he has been employed the past several years. Viola Towle Convalescing. Â· HAMPTON--Miss Viola Towle is reported to be convalescing alter a recent illness. Mrs. Lester Dies at G o l d f i e l d ; Rites to. Be Held on Wednesday GOLDFIELD, March 27.--Mrs. R. H. Lester, 67, a resident of this vicinity for the past 25 years, died at her home here Sunday morning. Mrs. Lester had been afflicted with heart disease for the past two years but had been about her home on Saturday enjoying her usual health. She leaves her husband and five children, Mrs. Harold Morton of Grand Junction, Colo.,,Mrs. Fred Holland of Thornburg, Raymond Lester of Marathon, Harry Lester of Goldfield 1 and Miss Hattie Lester of Goldfield. Funeral services will be held at the home on Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock and at the United Presbyterian church at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. R. M. McCracken in charge. LEDYARD MAN IS FINED IN ALGONA Large Crowd Hears Justice Court Case on Cruelty to Animal. ALGONA, March 27.--Charles Eggerth of Ledyard township, was fined $25 and costs Monday for cruelty to animals. The case was tried before Justice of the Peace P. A. Danson. Mr.-Eggerth has asked for notice of appeal in this case to the district court. The cass developed when neighbors complained of Mr. Eggerth's cruelty.. A cow kicked Mr. Bggerth. He became angry and beat the cow, it was said at the trial. During this time, the cow's leg was broken and Mr. Eggerth took the hack saw and sawed the cow's leg off. Neighbors then demanded he kill the cow, which he did. The case has caused much interest, many from Ledyard being here to hear and to testify during the case. The crowd was too large for Danson's courtroom, so the case was tried in the courthouse. Judge W. E. Quarton was the defending attorney. Gaylord Shumway took the place of County Attorney Maurice McMahon, who is ill with scarlet fever. Visit at Oelwein. SWALBDALB -- Mr. and Mrs. George Mulligan spent Sunday with their son, Leo, at .Oelwein. H E R E A N D T H E R E ^ j j t ^ j j i J t * * * * * # * # * # * + # * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Arc Parents of Son. LAKOTA--A 7% pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. John E. Smith Saturday. The Smiths have three other children, a girl and two boys. Guests From Ames. LONBROCK--Mrs. Harley Shellito and daughter, Norma of Ames spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday at the N. L. Cotton home. Johanna Fiene of Lotts Creek community returned with them to Ames where she is a student at Towa State college. School is Redecorated. OTRANTO--The teachers and pupils of the Otranto Consolidated school are enjoying a week's vacation while the schoolhouse is being redecorated. Home From St Olaf. EMMONS, Minn.--Harvey Emmons, a student at St. Olaf college at Northfield, arrived for several days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Emmons. Guests From Rapids. MELTONVILiLE--Mr. and Mrs. Leon Paulson and son of Cedar Rapids were Sunday visitors at the Ernest Dockum home. Leave for Kansas City. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haines left by auto Monday for Kansas City, Mr. Haines being called there by the serious illness of his father. They expect to be there for several weeks. Visits in Illinois. LONEROCK--Oscar Earing left Saturday for Campus, HI., where he, will visit his sister and family, the Frank Parlins. Returns to Coe. OSAGE--Miss Rose Miller concluded a brief visit at the Rev. F. W. Miller home Monday and returned to Cedar Rapids where she combines a secretarial position at the Y. W. C. A. and some studies at Coe college. Birthday is Celebrated. EMMONS, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. John Loberg, son, Elwood, Mr. and Mrs. Sigrud Bjorlie and Miss Cecil Ormstad of Albert Lea; Mesdames Henry Becker, Marie Johnson, Owen Peters, daughter, Marion; Ida Lanigan, daughter, Dorothy, helped Mrs. L. O. Bjorlie celebrate her birthday. 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CONOCO BRONZE GASOLINE INSTANT START/NG-UGHTN/NG PICK-UP-HIGH TEST DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES AND DISTRIBUTORS FIRESIDE FUEL CO. PHONE 888 CHAS. M. GUNDERSON 1011 S. FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 'WALLACE CRITIC John Brandt (above) of Min- neapolls, president of a large creamery concern, was barred from offices of the agriculture department and the farm administration in Washington until he should retract statements against Secretary Henry A. Wallace. (Associated P r e s s Photo). YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Dally About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Iowa spent 5762,959.60 for main- ;enance and construction work on ts primary road system during February. FRANK L. RYAN Submits to Operation. ST. ANSGAR--Jean Cleveland, who has been sick with pneumonia for about three weeks, was taken to Rochester. She was operated on Saturday morning. Visitor From Rochester. LAKOTA--Irvin Smith of Rochester, Minn., is here for a visit with his uncles, the Messrs. John and James Smith, and his grandmother, Mrs. Mary E. Smith at Algona. Is Seriously 111. THOMPSON--Word was received Monday of the serious illness of Mrs. K. Hanson, 85, who is staying with her daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. E. N. Zinn at Fort Dodge. Miss Theone Hanson fractured her leg last week. Returns From Chicago. OSAGE--Mrs. Andrew Harlis returned from Chicago and reopened her home here, following a winter's stay at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elmo Smith. Mrs. Smith accompanied her mother here for a brief visit at her girlhood home. leaves for University. OTRANTO--William Gordon left Monday for Minneapolis where he has enrolled in the state university Given Farewell Party. JOICE--A farewell party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Aasland for Mrs. Emil Iverson Monday afternoon. A large number of friends attended. Mr and Mrs. Iverson will move to Kiester, Minn., Wednesday. Guests From State Center. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Martha Koepke and three daughters and a son of State Center came Saturday evening for a visit with Mrs Koepke's sister, Mrs. August Janzow and family. Family Reunion Held STILSON -- Many attended family reunion at the home of Mr and Mrs. Paul Scott Sunday. Give Bridge Party GLBNVILLE, Minn.--Edna, Vio- Itte, Glorraine Rhoades entertained a number of young people at their home Saturday evening at a bridge party. Honors went to Mrs. Alberl Erickson and John Damen. Visit at Mankato WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and daughter, Leota, spent the week-end at Mankato, Minn, visiting their son and brother Lester Smith and family. Visit at Cedar Rapids ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. Worthie Usher and children spent the weekend near Cedar Rapids visiting relatives. Held by Class ROWAN--The "Fellowship" class of the Methodist Sunday school served a fish supper in the basement of the church Friday evening. The men of the class waited on the tables. The Congregational ladies' and held their bazar and Easter supper Saturday evening. Bom at Algona. GARNER--A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bradwell in an Algona hospital Saturday morning. This is their first child and the fifth grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nelson. Return From Nebraska CORWITH--Mrs. W. H. Perking and son, Elvin, returned Saturday from a visit with relatives at Nor!h Platte, Nebr. and Salt Lake City. Superintendent Is Visitor CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Chambers and daughter Margaret came Saturday to spend the Easter vacation at the John Ryan home. Mr. Chambers is superintendent of schools at Granada, Minn. Miss Gwendolyn Ryan of Des Moines spent the wcek-eud here. Leave for Enderlln. LYLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hofland left Saturday afternoon for their home in Enderlin, N. Dak., after having been called here y the death of Mrs. Hofland's sis- er, Mrp. Osmund Olson. Visitor From New York. GARNER--Mrs. Clinton E. Bachman of Dolgeville, N. Y., is here for a visit of two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. McCul- ougb. Moving From Apllngton. BRISTOW--The Ed Hildebrand amily is moving back here from Aplington. Visits in Minneapolis. LTTVERNE--Mrs. Wilford Jones spent the week-end with relatives in Minneapolis. Return to Ames. FAULKNER -- William Diamond and Albert Sailer returned to Iowa State college, Ames, after spending a few days' vacation in their homes. Teachers Arc Entertained. SWALEDALE--Supt. and Mrs. Henn and R. Bacon entertained the teachers Friday night at the,home of Mr. and Mrs. Henn. Returns to Vinton. C A R P E N T E R -- M i s s Roberta .arsen, who has been visiting'sev- eral weeks at the H. Robertson home, has returned to Vinton. Visitors From Perry. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gharst and daughters of Perry vis- ted Saturday and Sunday at the lome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Faulk. Home for Vacations. DOWS--Miss Margretta Gunderson, teacher in Minneapolis, arrived Saturday for her Easter vacation n the home of her father, M. S. Sunderson, Carl- Peterson, St Olaf college, Northfield, Minn., is visiting is parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Peterson, during his Easter vacation. Donan and Miss Lavonne Larson, Coe college, Cedar Rapids, are in :he home 'of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larson. Teachers Go to Homes. MITCHELL--The Mitchell consolidated school closed Friday for a week's vacation and the teachers lave gone to their homes, Ruth White to Cresco, Irma Ward to Wesley, Marie Smesrud to St. Ans- jar, Gladys Van Etten to Independence, Gladys Skuster to her home north of town and Coach Maxson to Marble Rock. WINNERS NAMED AT WEST UNION High Ranks in Subdistrict Music Competition Are Given by Judges. WEST UNION, March 27.--In the sub-district music contest held at West Union, ratings were as follows: Tuba solo, Arlington and Waukon, excellent; bassoon solo, Oelwein, superior; trombone solo, Oelwein, superior; French horn solo, West Union, excellent; baritone solo, Oelwein, superior; violin solo, Oelwein, excellent; flute solo, Oelwein, .excellent; clarinet solo, Oelwein and Postville, superior; trumpet-cornet solo, Oelwein, Postville and West Union, excellent. Concert bands, Arlington and Stanley, excellent; orchestra, class C, Arlington, excellent; class E, West Union, excellent; class A. Oelwein, excellent; concert bands, class B, Waukon, excellent, boys' glee club, Oelwein, excellent; class B, Postville, excellent: class C. Stanley, excellent; girls' small vocal group, Decorah and .Oelwein, both excellent; class B and C, New Hampton, Postville and West Union, all excellent. Boys' small group, class A, Oelwein, excellent; class B-C, Postville and West Union, excellent; girls' glee club, class C. Guttenberg, superior; class B, Postville; 'Superior; class A, Oelwein, superior; mixed chorus, class C. Clermont, excellent; class B, West Union, superior; class A. Decorah, superior. Former Nora Springs Resident Dies in West NORA SPRINGS, March 27.-Friends here received word of the death of Chloe De War Delhauer, 48, youngest daughter of John G. and Sarah Ankeny Gaylord, who died last week in a hospital after an operation at Ontario, Cal., where she had lived the past 38 years, leaving Nora Springs when she was 10 years old. She leaves her husband, Ray Delhauer, a teacher in the Chaffee high school at Ontario, a son and a daughter, Mary Alice Blazier. Excavations near Santa Clara, Cal., university have unearthed ruins of a mission believed to have been destroyed by an earthquake in 1818. 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