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March 2, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 27

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28 THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1939 1 Considerable Moving of Farmers Is Reported in Annual Early March Trek Lake Mills, Algona, MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Meltonville, Rake, Other Towns Report HANLONTOWN -- Considerable moving is taking place around Hanlontown this week. The Leland Schott family moved to Joice. The Eldo Backhaus family will occupy the farm vacated by the James Kell family which has moved to a farm one-half mile northeast of Joice. - The Elmer Holtan family has moved from the H. E. Brunsvold farm to a farm near Forest City which they purchased last fall Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Gessme will move to the farm vacated by Mr. Holtan. The Paul Nelson family will move from the Herman Domholdt farm to a farm southeast of Tenold. . / The owner, Domholdt and son, Alvin, and daughter, Mavis, will now occupy the farm. The Edward Husome family moved from the rooms above Jacobson's store to a farm near Ames. USUAL NUMBER OF LAKE MTLLS CHANGES LAKE MILLS--The usual number of farm changes is being made this year. Art Peterson from the T. S. Tweed farm to move to a farm near Thompson. W. Stephen of Thompson to the T. S. Tweed farm. Henry Halvorson to the Ole Void farm. Johnnie Johnson from near Scarville to Northwood. Rudolph Kvale to the Eric Honsey farm. Lewis Dakken of Windom, Minn., will move here,Saturday to the old Dakken farm west of town. Ole Sorbo of near Leland is moving to his house in town. John Teigens is moving to a-farm west of-town. Ole Void will move to a farm near Delano school. Orville Johnson of near Northwood to the Simmons farm. John Simmons from the Simmons farm to the Bjorlie farm. MOVES REPORTED IN VICINITY OF RAKE RAKE--Several farmers in this vicinity have been moving the past few days. The buzzard Tuesday delayed many -movers until Wednesday. The Oscar Johnson family moved from a farm west of town to a farm near Bricelyn, Minn., which he purchased. The Otis Legried family moved from the K. O. Legried farm northeast of town to the farm vacated by HUSTLE WITHOUT . BUSTLE We/z hustlers when the occasion demands' but we don't mate any noise about it. Our serv-j ice "a 6S cheerful tnd fluietjsjt is speedy^ Oscar Johnson; and Howard Sorenson and family moved from Rake to the K. O. Legried farm. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thomas, who have been living in the apartment over the barber shop, will occupy the house vacated by Sorensons. Mr. and Mrs. Berger Gunderson moved to a farm near Thompson recently purchased by Martin C. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Svella moved from Elmore, Minn. to their farm west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Ferley and family moved to a farm near Lake Mills. The Henry Asmus family, which has been renting the Gust Johnson farm south of town, moved to Buffalo Center and Irvin Thompson moved from the Taylor farm north of Rake to the farm vacated by Henry Asmus. Irvin Sun- no from Bricelyn, Minn., has rented the farm vacated by Irvin Thompson. The Clarence Hoveland family, which has been living on the S. L. Hovland farm north of town, will move-to the farm vacated by Gust C. Jacobson, who moved on a farm near Frost, Minn. Helmer Erdahl and family moved from the L. L. Erdahl farm north of Rake to a farm near Albert Lea, Minn., and the. Ober Anderson family, who farmed east of Rake will occupy the farm vacated by Hilmer Erdahl. RECENT nrOVES MADE NEAR DTJMONT DUMONT--The following farmers eithermoved last week or will this week as soon as roads are opened again: Thomas Busman, from Kesley to the Brehmer place just south of town on No. 10 where Ed Smith moved out; William Buttjer; east on No. 10 to Dougherty and a Mr. Boyd from Hansell.to that place; Fred Siems from the Watson farm to the place vacated by Louie Harms and Frank Ritzman to tho Watson farm which he had bought; Ed Jackson to a farm southwest of Hampton; Clyde Knoll to a tenant house near Geneva on the Fred Clawsen farm; Homer Akin, Greene to his mother's farm southwest of town vacated by Clifofrd White who will move to town to the Colby residence; Glaus Claassen and Harm Claassen from farms south and west of town to places ten miles east of Greene; Albert Lolling to the Loger place on the west edge of town; and Leslie Noelting to a place north of Bristow. MANY FARMERS IN ALGONA SECTOR MOVE ALGONA--The first of March is moving time for farmers and a great number of them have or are making changes this March. Among those making changes in locations are the John Scholte family near Bancroft who are moving on the L Wernert farm six miles west of Algona. It is vacated by the Lewis Broesders who move to the DeGraw farm, now tenanted by the Claude Dearsch family in Union township. Mr. Dearsch has .purchased a farm near Mason City, but will not take possession until another year. Other Union fann- ers moving include the Clarence Kramer family which moves to Forest City and the Walter Heerdt family moves from the former Ward farm to the place vacated by the Kramers. The FJoyd Gardners from Plum Creek township will move on to the Ward farm which they recently bought. The Stanley Gardner family moves to Plum Creek township on the o l d Rice farm which they purchased a year ago. Chester Bailey's tenant, Fred Davis, will occupy the "Agony for Me Just To Move," Declares Benton Co. Farmer Muscles, Back, Arms and Legs Ached Almost Unbearably for 10 Years, He Says. Reports Grand Relief Through Natex. Til tell the world it's no joke at all to work a farm feeling as I did there for 10 years or more," declared Mr. Artie Hepker, Shellsburg, Benton Co., Iowa, farmer. "Constipation always seemed to be with me and I seemed utterly unable to throw off the many other complaints I had to put up with. My arms, shoulders, back and knees were so stiff and sore that I could hardly move, and whenever I got down on my knees to do anything I'd have to fight to get up again. Headaches, dizziness and spots before the eyes became almost the usual things with me, and I couldn't even enjoy a 1 meal because of the distress that followed from indigestion, gas and Mr. Artie Hepker doubling cramps.' "One day, however, T read , , where Nates had wonderfully helped a friend of mine. But before spending my money on it, I went to see him about Natex, and he told me to try it by all means. "Well, sir, I soon learned why he praised Natex so highly. In just a few days it had my bowels working just wonderfully, and within a few weeks, believe it or not, there simply wasn't a solitary trace of any of the old aches, stiffness or soreness anywhere! Yes, sir, and the headaches, dizzy spells and spots before the eyes left me as well, and in addition I'm enjoying every single meal I eat now! Not only does my farm work seem worlds easier but I'm feeling 100% better in every re-' spect Natex surely does all that's claimed for it and it's one medicine I don't hesitate to recommend to anyone." Natex is sold and recommended by most all leading druggists everywhere and is being especially featured in Mason City by the Engler Drug Co., 5 South Federa SPECIAL OUT-OF-TOWN DEALERS Free Drug Store, Garner; Nerby Drug Store, Lake Mills; Pinckney Drug Store, Forest City; Marschall Drug Store, Hampton; Corner Drug Store, Clear Lake; Bass Pharmacy, Clear Lake; Veenker Drug Store, Northwood; Bokmeyer Drug Store, Sheffield. '100 REWARD r'! ** "" . f V w I C I I H I f U SrrtptrjonDniT- Inir that we er»r knowing r willinxlr HJM » tstfmoniil that was not bonifide »n4 «mc in eviry rnpcct. Her Sainthood Is Advocated Mother Elizabeth Setbn will be first American-born, American-bred woman elevated .to sainthood, if efforts of Cardinals Dougherty and Mundelein avail at Vatican City. Founder of the Sisters of Charity in United States, she came from family distantly related to President Koosevclt. arm which the Gardners moved rom. Mrs. Gould to Algona Albert Gould plans to move on he farm which his late father, 3en H. Gould, .farmed. Mrs. Ben Gould plans at present to move to Algona. The McEnroe brothers have purchased the Taylor .farm near the Black Cat creek in Union ownship which will be tenanted y the Roy Lieurance family. William Bosworth, tenant on the Harrison farm north of Algona, has moved back to the Judge Quarton arm southwest of Algona. The Bert Olson family living near Swea City plans to move to he former M. De L. Parsons farm -outh of Algona which is now owned by H. M. Smith, the county engineer. The Loyal Youngs of D Ium Creek township have rented he Lewis Dutton farm in Cresco ownship while the Andrew God- fredsons have leased the Fred Parks place. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Raney will occupy the Hattie Burlingame farm east of Algona Mrs. Raney, the former Ellen Steussy, will continue to teach school until the end of the school year. The Herman Bleichs on a farm lorth of Burt are moving to a farm between Whittemore and Algona. The Hood family in Portland township is moving on a farm recently purchased near Rutland. The John Thill family west of Algona has rented a farm near St. Benedict. Arthur Klein near St. Benedict has rented the Gilmore farm on the McGregor road east of town which is owned by Joe Cink. The Charles Schultz' of near Elmore, Minn., are mov- rig on a farm northwest of Al- iTona and south of Lonerock. Mr and Mrs. Harry Felter near Al- ?ona are moving on to the Ella Lewis farm while the Joe Metilles of Irvington move to Galbraith. To Strayer Farm The D. O. Hobson family Is moving on to the old Strayer farm which the Earl Miller family moving from to a farm in Portland township northeast of Algona. The William Larsen family of near Ringsted has bought the farm recently vacated by the Hob- ions. The farm on which the Miller family moved to was given up by the E. L. Dickmeyer family which purchased the old Cooper farm. Joe Kreips, who recently was married to Alice Forburge" of Wesley, has moved on a farm near Sexton. Arthur Krause purchased 160 acres of land two miles east ol Irvington from the Weber estate The sale prize was $18,400. Clarence Krause also purchased a farm two miles east of Luveme. FARMERS MOVE IN VICINITY OF MELTONVILLE . MELTONVILLE--Farmers wh have had to move, have been bus; the past few days getting thei'x equipment and household goods to their new farm homes. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Anderson have moved onto the old Lee farm and Mr. and Mrs. George Stocke of near Manly have moved 6mV the farm vacated by the Andersons. The Paul Thompson family of near Northwood will movi onto the farm vacated by Mr. ana Mrs. Nels Lunde who have movec onto a farm near Rose Creek The Hoy Clagett family is mov ing west of Kensett while the Wil Bowman family of near Grafter w i l l m o v e onto t h e f a r m vacated by the Clagett family After a closing out farm sale la week, the Mell Finch familj moved to Nora Springs, where they had purchased an oil station Mr. and Mrs. John Mahafferj from Morning Sun, have move onto the Finch farm. The Victo Kerchove family will hold a pub lie sale and move to their horn they purchased in St. Ansgar. Mr Kerchove's son will manage to farm. HOLD RITES OF HAMPTON MAN James T. Jones, 65, Succumbs; Is . Victim of Stroke HAMPTON -- Funeral services or James Thornton Jones, 65, ffho died at his home Monday ifter a stroke were held Thursday afternoon at the Church of Christ with the Rev. Loren Works in charge and buria} at Alexander. He engaged in farming until 920 when he moved to Hamp- on and was employed with the ridge crew of the M. and St. L. ailroad. Surviving are his widow and ive children, Earl, Mrs. Charles Sye, Mrs. Glenn Head and Mrs. Vill Brannan, all of Hampton and .Irs. Harold Dunnam of South ·Tew Berlin, N. y., one sister, Mrs. Mattie Sepp of Seattle, Wash.; wo brothers, Grant Smith of Alexander and C. L. Jones of Hampton and 12 grandchildren. iobert Gerhpldt, 86, )ies at Farm Home n Vicinity of Rudd RUDD--Robert Gerholdt, 86, led at the home of his daughter ast of Rudd Monday following a ompound left nip fracture which ae suffered early in' January. Surviving are his brother, John f Cedar Falls arid four children, VIrs. Paul Naumann, with whom e lived for several years, Charles if New Hartford, Mrs. Ella Hook if Tracy, Minn., and Will of Maon City. Burial was. in the Gerholdt emetery eight miles northwest of Cedar Falls. SCHOOL IS CLOSED HANLONTOWN--The Hanlon town school was closed February 28, because of the bad weather. Final Rites Held for Mrs. Lillie Strain, 70, of Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE--Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie Strain, 70, were held at the funeral parlors of Kubitschek and Kastler, Thursday in charge of the Hev M. Daley of the Methodist church at Dows. Burial by Kubieschek and Kastler of Eagle Grove, was made in the Troy cemetery. Six neighbors officiated as pallbearers. She is survived by the husband, W. J..Strain, one sister, Mrs. Lena Studley. and by five brothers, all in Woolstock. Parsons Co-Eds to Treat Boy Friends FAIHFIELD, {/P)--Parsons college co-eds have promised to take care of the check on all dates during "date week" on the campus beginning March 3. They'll also make all engagements and call for their boy friends. The student council, sponsoring the idea, has provided strict penalt'ss for infractions. Shenandoah Student Will Teach in Egypt SHENANDOAH, (/P)--Frederick Driftmier, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Driftmier, who will be graduated from Tarkio college in June, will teach EnglisVin Assiut college, Assiut, Egypt. He plans to spend three years abroad, studying in Europe during the summer months. Japanese w r e s t l i n g fans are probably the world's most rabid sports enthusiasts. More than 3,000 gathered at I a. m., and waited through the night in sub-zero weather for choice seats to the recent match. DIANA TENOLD SERVICES HELD Conduct Last Rites at Calmar for 82 Year Old Woman . CALMAR -- Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon for Miss Diana Tenold, 82, who died late Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Wangsness. The services were held at the Calmar Lutheran church with the Rev. H. A. Preus officiating. Burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery. Pallbearers were L. D. Wangsness, G i l b e r t Evenson, Knute Boe, A. J. Hoiness, Gust Anderson and A. J. Grundeland. One sister, Miss Emily Tenold, Chicago, 111., survives. Miss Ten- bid was a member of the Lutheran church and the Lutheran society. She was also a member of the Sunshine club. Mrs. Emma Meyers, 70, Dies at Home of Son, Arrange Rites ROCKFORD--Mrs. Emma Meyers, 70; died suddenly at the home of her son, Harold on Wednesday morning .the victim of a heart attack.- Funeral arrangements have not been completed pending word from relatives. Mrs. Meyers is survived by two sons, Harold with whom she made her home and David of Los Angeles, CaL Products which B u l g a r i a is pushing most energetically in its export trade are Bulgarian, ciga- rets, canned sausages, ham, essence o£ roses for perfumes, essence of peppermint, and charcoal. Gamer Man Opens Yards at Gamer; Venturan in Charge GARNER--Ed C. Buntenbach of the Garner Sales company announced Wednesday he had reopened the former Decker yards in Garner which were closed last week. Farmers in this area will have a chance to sell hogs and veal calves at the yards at any time. V. C. Halverson of Ventura will be in charge for Mr. Buntenbach. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Haynes moved to Mason City Monday, and Mr. Haynes, who \vas in charge of the Decker yards here for a number of years, is now buying for the Decker firm at Mason City. Funeral Services Planned Friday for Plymouth Man, 81 PLYMOUTH--John Wurn, 81, who died Wednesday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Peter Hansen, will be interred Friday afternoon after services at the Hansen home. ICY HIGHWAY WRECK CAUSE South Dakota Woman in Hampton Hospital Following Collision /^HAMPTON--Mrs. E. L. Stenson of Wilmot, S. Dak., is at the Lutheran hospital suffering from a fractured ankle and a cut on the head suffered in a head on collision with a Guthrie county car, six miles south of Hampton on highway 65. The accident was thought to be due to ice on the highway. With Mrs. Stenson were her nephew, Everett Tweedt, a n d Archie Rheinerston, the driver, both of Ames, who were slightly bruised. · They were enroute from Wilmot to Ames. The driver of the Guthrie county car was not hurt. Mrs. Robert Murphy of Riceville Dead RICEVTLLE -- Mrs. Robert Murphy died at the Vollbreicht hospital. One child, Leah, survives her, Mr. Murphy died last year. SEE WELLS and SEE WELL DR. L. A. W E L L S O P T O M E T R I S T You can't buy new eyes ... but you can buy good vision with correctly fitted glasses! llflJ/4 North Federal (Manufacturing Division) JFteld " SHEETand TOWEL ENSEMBLE IH4BBHITIFUI. COLORS! Laundry tested for three years But will last a, good deal longer. You gee the world-known "Marshallpield" quali- ·ty at such a low price and on the easy payment plan. ... Pay as little as 25c down, balance 25e week. Your Choice of four exquisite colors Green Peach Maize Bine All matching pieces. Hurry] Our supply is limited. 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