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March 4, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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ii 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1939 IT ·; AWARDS GIVEN AT STACYVILLE ·Farmers in Area Are Recipients of Iowa State Certificates _ STACYVILLE--Thirty farmer in the Stacyville area have beer awarded certificates by the lowc State college extension service fo producing high quality cream scoring 93 or better during calendar year 1938. Those who received certificates were Hubert Halfman, Joseph Blake, Ray Blake, Matt Klapperich, Carl Blake, Corbin Blake John Mueller, Mrs. Katie Wagner Edward Wolf, William Gerhartz' John Freund, John Werner, William Klapperich, Henry Brumm John Hackenmiller, Elmer Clausen, Hugh Sluckey, Clayton Clausen, Peter Theobald, Steve Mullenbach, Gregor Loescher, Henry Winkels, Henry May, John Meyerhofer, Math Hemann, Tom Theobald, Peter Adams, John N. He- maoc, Peter Salz, and Ben Faas. EX-coNvicrTs BOUND TO JURY Montanan Charged With Larceny; Is I Held in Algona Jail ALGONA--Ronald Ebert, Alumni Honor Justice Hughes CERTIFICATES GIVEN TO 26 Extension Service of Iowa State in Cream Test Awards EMMETSBURG--Following the administering oi 10 special cream tests during the past year, the Iowa State college extension service has awarded certificates of merit to a group o£ 26 farmers in the Emmetsburg area for producing high quality cream. Local farmers who will receive the certificates are V. V Cress William Dietrick, H. W. Dammon" Jackman brothers, High brothers' -. J. Lawrence, Mrs. William Jackman, C. M. Hansen, Fred telton, L. J. Mulroney, D N uuse, Charles Conlon, John Galagher, Joe Grethen, Dick Girres James Antoine, Matt Frederick' Ed Merk, Fred Truog, Fred Tarnow, Earl Darling, Keyron Eagen, iugene Drew, Mrs. Lizzie White ?red and Carrie Johnson, William J. Flesner and the Palo Alto county farm home. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE A Contrast for Youth convict from the Deer Lodge, Mont., reformatory on larceny charges was bound over to the district grand jury by Mayor Brady of Whittemore under a 81,000 bond which he was unable to furnish. He was lodged in the county 531!. He was charged with breaking and entering. He told local officers that his home was in Ohio. Ebert was seen leaving the \Vhit- temore creamery and it was later charged that he had allegedly taken a small amount of money. Two Sheffield Men Form Partnership; Plan New Business SHEFFIELD--Ed Wearda and O. L. Krink, Sheffield businessmen, have formed a partnership and will operate a home-owned bulk oil and gasoline station. The new firm will be known as Wearda-Krink Oil company and will be jobbers and distributors of Conoco products. The local company has purchased four storage tanks and other equipment which will be erected on the M. and St L. right-of-way. Mr. Wearda will be in active management of the company. E. J Kottman, who has operated an oil truck here tor many years, will be agent for the new bulk plant. Court was paid Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, 76, when this distinguished jurist was honor truest at a capital meeting of Brown university alumni. DRUNK DRIVER IS FINED $300 Eagle Grove Man in Guilty Plea After Arrest Near Clarion CLARION--Father P. Molloy of Eagle Grove appeared before Judge H. E. Fry Thursday and pleaded guilty to a charge o£ operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Father Molloy was sentenced to pay a fine of $300 and court costs He was given until March 9 in Several in Kiester and Vicinity Move in New Residences KIESTER, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson and Carla Dawn moved their household goods to Forest City Friday where they Will make their home. Mr. Peterson, who has been associated with his brother at the East Side garage here, will be employed as a motorcycle mechanic at Forest City. Others who moved this week are Mr. and Mrs. Ray \Vile who moved into the Herbert Pankow house; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Johnson who rented the upstairs apartment at the Oscar Johnson house- Mr, and Mrs. Christ Engebretson who have an apartment at the John Wittman, Sr., home, and Mrs. J. r. Johnson who recently purchased the Fred Ziegler home took possession this week. which to pay the fine. The defendant was about arrested a month ago while driving his automobile down the Rock Island railroad tracks just west of Clarion. Trucks Licensed in Period of 3 Months GARNER _ Five hundred and twenty-eight trucks and 3,767 cars have been licensed in Hancock county between Dec. 1 and March I'C. 0111 "? Treasurer Roy L. Mc- Milhn announced this week License fees collected in December and January amounted to $61 845 Mr. McMillin said that all cars and trucks being operated on 193B tags will be illegal after March ?',? n V n the near future a list of the delinquent cars and trucks will be given to Sheriff L M Brower. A 5 per cent of the year's fee as penalty accrues each month a car or truck is delinquent, with no penalty of less than $1. Dumonl: Businessmen Enter in New Fields DUMONT -- Harry Williams, barber, and family moved thi* week to Parkersburg where he will work. A group of friends honored him at a farewell birthdav Sunday evening. Five hundred was played. Eugene Baldwin, former implement dealer, and family, moved to Iowa Falls Wednesday where he has employment. _ Roy Holubar and wife, another implement dealer, will move to Dubuque, where he will engage in farming. n *TM$ , Dewe y- helper in the F. c. Whitaker furniture store and undertaking parlors, will move his family March 15 to Traer, where lie will be employed as undertaker lor a furniture store. W. M.'S^FEuv^ne Church Have Meeting LUVEHNE-The W. M. S. of the Evangelical church met Thursday afternoon at the rural home of Mrs. George Merkle with a large attendance. Miss Florence Hof led devotions and Mrs. Paul Blumer reviewed the last two chapters of the book. "Moving Millions " The members of the society save their Lincoln pennies during February and is called the annual Lincoln Penny offering and sent to twky Mission in Ken- Mrs. Merkle assisted by her Project Women of Several Townships in All-Day Meeting ROCKWELL--Tn e Home Project women o£ Geneseo, Bath, Pleasant Valley and Grimes townships held an all day meeting at the Alvm Balk home in Geneseo township. This meeting was scheduled for an earlier date but on account of weather conditions and lack of time the four "townships held a combination meeting. The lesson Training the Appetite," was given by Mrs. Florence Ferguson There were 15 women present. A planned menu of easily digested; non-irritating foods was served T k ere was ^ display of home made furniture, ?rn for "kick nrnrrf r-rih kick proof ,» , next a" day meeting for Geneseo and Bath township will be held on March 23 at the Monroe Ryburn home. Dorothy Goeders of Cylinder Winner of Palo Alto Contest EMMETSBURG -- D o r o t h y Goeders, Cylinder high school senior, won the first prize in the Palo Alto county highway safety essay competition, County Chairman Edward Kiehl of Emmetsburg announced Friday. Julia Bolgan, sophomore student in the Ayrshire high school was awarded second prize for her entry, and third prize went to Ellen Conry, Ayrshire high school senior. rman Kiehl, Miss Florence . county superintendent, and Guy Carmichael, all of Emmels- ourg served as judges in the county competition. ALINEO'PIPE Stick to Hie Pipe--Let the Smoke Blow Where It Will By T. PIPE BIG SNOW GOOD FOE CROPS When you're wadln* knee deep through It, And you mourn your sorry plight. Just remember that the farmer, Greets the snowfall with delight. Thouth it breaks your back to shovel, from the walks the heavy snow. To the farmer jt means money, For his crops It nukes them fiow. When your feet are gaily slipping As upon the ice you slide, And the only thing you're seeing. Is the snow on every side. When your automobile's sticking In a snow drift through the . night. Just remember that the farmer. Finds in snow a great delight. February, alter all it had done to us, sort of went out in a blaze of glory, so to speak. And how the old groundhog must have smiled and dreamed pleasant dreams down In his hole, away from it all May the curse he laid upon us soon abate. We could stand a flock of pleasant weather. .--m _ Some Persons Would Lose Any. thin; LOST--100 pounds putty. --Classified ad It's Shapely Singer Rons Backstage in Iowa Politics Reporters Describe Wilson as One of Cagiest Executives Ever to Sit in Governors Chair at Capitol By FHANK NIE, Jr. (Iowa Daily Fress Association) School Election at Rake Is on March 13 fh the ' c ' Wl * regtllar of , o Independent school dis- bf ° he! ? at the town hall "-H^rM'T ^h^ect^r 5 ^for re-election with are candidates no opponents. Helmer Hill Added to School Council KANAWHA-The Farmers' evening school held its last session oE the year with a business m e e Hn» eve- being held. Helmer HiU was elect? ed as an added member to John Kramer Family Honored at Fenton FENTON--The "500" club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Mueller on Thursday evening in honor of the John Kramer family who are moving to Whittemore, Saturday. Five hundred was played with Charles Glaus taking high score honors for the men, and Mrs. Sam Warner high for the ladies. G. B Stevens received the club prize. The, Kramers were presented a gift. MOINES. (IDPA)-Veter stafehouse reporters describ -..S 6 P rge A - Wik °n with th *TM : » -! ? ne of the ca et me ever to sit in the chief executive' chair. They contend that Governor Wilson never evades a ques tion, but, on the other hand, tha he never lets reporters put him "on P ° inted Credit Bureau Will Banquet on March 8 DECORAH--The local Credit Bureau will hold its annual banquet on the evening of March 8 in the Winneshiek hotel. Dr J F Conover, of Calmar, brother of Dr. F. W. Conover o£ Mason City will speak on "Rubber Stamn Democracy." AID IS ENTERTAINED BUFFALO CENTER--Mrs. I, Boekleman and Mrs. Ray Hill entertained the Congregational ladies' aid at the Boekleman home Thursday afternoon. New Premier of Hungary Albert Engstrom. and Elm ear ,.'", APPy «OUR" MEETS MANLY-Mrs. Albert Pfallz- graff entertained the Happy Hour circle at her home Friday afternoon. 80 Families H Cresco Are Moving CRESCO -- Approximately ou families were scheduled to move irom farm to farm in Howard county before the first of March and many of them took advantage , of the fine weather and good roads and moved during the last *eek or two in February Those who waited till the last day arc still waiting for roads to be opened uirougn the deep snow drifts. Carpenter P. T. A. Meeting Is Tuesday poned on Tuesday night because work. K. K. ciub will meet Monday evening at Watkins cafe for a 6:30 Educator Count P au l Tclek.v, 60. is Hunstarj-s new premier succeeding Bela Imrcdi who resigned during an anti-Semitic drive upon discovery that he himself was part Jewish. Tclehy had been education minister. SAMPLE An insight into his ability lo party a question was noted at a recent press conference when the governor delayed slightly in answering a question only to have an impatient scribe ask- "Governor am I to understand that you nodded your head 'yes' in answer to that question?" Quibbed the chief executive: "I have a bad case of palsey, boys.'' s » s SNOW On another occasion he used the accepted method of asking a question in answer to one to ward off further queries. Asked whether £ e ^?| n important appointments had been made, he joked: "Boys, it is certainly snowing hard outside isn t it? REWARD Mrs. Vera Moss of Centerville whose untiring work as vice chairman of the republican state central committee greatly benefited her Party in the 1938 election, indignantly denies that she is a candidate for a liquor commission appointment and staunchly answers no when asked if she would accept a place on the state board of education. She is strictly noncommittal, however, when asked if she would like to be rewarded by receiving the appointment open to her sex on the newly created full- time state board of social welfare. CANDIDATE Incidentally, Mrs. H. C. Houghton Jr., of Red Oak, prominent clubwoman and women's chair- Fenton Couple Is Feted at Farewell PENTON-- Mr. and Mrs. William Voigt were surprised on Thursday evening when 30 members of their Sunday school class of the Methodist church went with a pot luck lunch. This was a farewell as the Voigts have moved to a farm southwest of Fenton. The evening was spent playing various games, entertainment being in charge of^-Irs. Clarence Os- porn and Mrs. Earl Crouch. After the games lunch was served. The Voigts were given a gift. man o{ the New York World's fair committee in Iowa, is a candidate for a board of education post. In all probability Governor Wilson will name a republican woman to succeed Mrs. Cora E. Simpson, De- coraji democrat, when her term expires June 30, along with those of S. J. Galvin. Sheffield democrat, and H. C. Shull, Sioux City repub- « « a EARS ..." Secretary of State Earl G. Miiler feels a burning sensation in his ears sometime Sunday afternoon it may be for the reason that the Iowa State Safety council is discussing him. The council's annual meeting is scheduled for that Off hand we would say that next to a bass drum a 100 pound keg ot anything would be about the limit In something to lose. Add honor of war. Any time now we can expect the country to be flooded with books on the war m Spam, fully illustrated. Our personal nomination of the frreatest kill joy and gloom dispenser: The weather man. Conies a nice sunny, warm day and he predicts clouds and rain turning to snow and much colder. Nice pleasant sort of a fel- Jow this weather man must be Arias seem far from the mind of shapely uiy Pons of the Metropolitan opera, vacationing at Miami Beach, Fla. She wears a moire silk taffeta suit with heart-shaped bodice. The twisted chiffon turban Is in a hunter's irrcen hue. tod Study in contrasts: One year ago day, March 2, two of our hyacinths stuck their little noses through the ground. Today the said hyacinths are sweetly sleeping il is an °P e11 secret that - a .ts differences with Secretary. Miller, who cut the organization off without a red cent of state funds Jan. 2, will be fully aired. * * « PISHING Any fishing State Democratic Central Committee Chairman E 1. Birmingham intends to do in he next few years may be in the Vlissouri river near Sioux City Sirmingham is almost a cinch for the $6,000 a year Sioux Citv post- astership, but his chances of nagging the $9,000 a year federal ismng commission post are nil npparently, as the result of a New York newspaper story in which Birmingham allegedly was to have raded the 1940 presidential Iowa delegation to Secretary of Commerce Harry L. Hopkins in return or the appointment * · « BUSY While a big majority of the Iowa egislators are at home during the pnng recess, listening to the pros nd cons of constituents, several re spending all or part of their '$h vn ^ . stateh °use working vith bills to be debated upon the awmakers return next Monday Mnong those remaining at work re Speaker John R. Irwin, Keo- .uk republican, who is catching P with the heavy duties that lenmally confront the person in is position. under a snow drift of considerable ^_ ra OH HYACINTH, SNUG IN YOUR BED, THERE'S LOTS OF SNOW. ABOVE YOUR HEAD. The more we listen to some radio programs, the more we wonder why persons used to rave about Hank Fields and his prune peddling of other days. ^ _ _The silliest sounding expression used by radio advertising announcers are the words quote" and "unquote" Issued in a large tone of voice. *" ·"· AM^ We have been struggling with income tax blanks for the past few days. It does seem as if they could De made more simple and less complicated. But such as they are they have to be filled in and mailed previous to the prescribed date or dire penalty will fall on the hapless head of the filler outer At that we are mighty thankful we have to fill them out. 651. a rare literary treat as the foregoing. Not only are we delighted to inform our readers that the bassanidae was the last native dynasty of Persia, important as this information is in the daily life of everyone, but we are doubly delighted to be able to present fo mem the proper spelling of the word Sassanidae. We feel safe in saying that there are few persons who were able, up to this time to correctly spell Sassanidae, no matter how much they might long and yearn to do so. But nowthexr troubles are ended. All who desire to do so may now correctly and tersely spell Sassanidae to their hearts content whenever and wherever the occasion demands. .--* -the Sassanidae, we might add by way of historical information, were an ancient people, or family, now considerably extinct and more or" less defunct. In , the Ions ago, before the patriots of early America broke the bonds that bound them to a, tyrant kins across the billowy sea, ihe Sassanidae lived and reigned amid the sunshine and the rain, If any. Even before Columbus did us dirt by discovering America, this same Sas- sanidae were wont to arise in the early morn and complain because the toast was burnt, and prophesy that the democrats would ruin the country. And now ivhere are they, and why? Where are those Sassani- dae who so blithely and gaily donned their refral robes of ermine ana sable and ruled the land with righteousness and firmness? Alas, they are extremely hence. They are as completely obliterated as a last New- Year's resolution. HOME PROJECT MEETING HELD Mrs. Ferguson Is Speaker as Group Conducts Session HUTCHINS -- Mrs. Florence Zollinger Ferguson, home demonstration agent for Hancock county, met with a group of women from Boone and Orthel townships at the home of Mrs. Louis Goetz Thursday. She presented for ft"dy the fifth phrase "Making the Most of Heredity," in the current series of lessons on "Family Relationships and Child Development." * A planned menu was served at noon and following that an hour was devoted to music, 8 numbers 11 fam ° u s 0 P er as being played on the phonograph. These selections will be featured in the music recognition test at the achieve-' meat day program in Garner May, Thursday's lesson was the last to be presented in this year's project. On April 16 an afternoon meeting for discussion of achive- Sf da /J? !a/JST Y iM be he " a' the home of Mrs. John Devine. "INSANEWORLD" TALK SUBJECT Rabbi Mannheimer, Des Moines, Will Speak at Iowa Falls IOWA FALLS--"This Insane World" will be the subject of the address to be given by Rabbi Mannheimer of Des Moine s before the Woman's club of this city on Wednesday afternoon, March 8. The address will be given at the Congregational church and the speaker will be introduced by Mrs p 3 h A- ^ iCh °?- The Deputation of Rabbi Mannheimer as a speaker of national note, as well a s his position m the Jewish church will attract a large audience The address will be given at 2:15 o'clock. In searching for material which we think will be of interest to our readers, if any, we are ever on the alert for items of news and scientific information such as the foregoing But It is seldom indeed that we are able to present such Refugee on Harvard Sfaff Soil Conservation * Meeting Conducted HANLONTOWN-Chairman O. E. Dahl, presided at a soil conservation meeting for Danville township in the bank basement for the purpose of giving information lor signing for the coming year. Meeting of Forest City Band Mothers' Club Is Conducted FOREST CITY-- The- Forest Cuy Band Mothers club met at the band room of the public school fo- " gular monthly meeting ^ ay ; v A short P r °gTMm wal Grctchen Clausen played a clarinet solo with Betty Stevenson as pianist, a trombone solo was given by Helen Dunn. At the business session it was voted by the insure the instruments the band. Dorcas Society at LeRoy Has Meeting LEROY, Minn.--The Dorcas society met Wednesday with Mrs. C M. Meyers. A basket of canned goods was given to Mrs. W. Pierce as a birthday gift Missionary Society of Luveme Meets L U V E R N E -- T h e Methodist Missionary society met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. Mrs. H. E. Peitzke read an article on Citizenship. Mrs. R C Surby and Opal Eggleston gave a Lenten playlet. Lunch was served by the hostess. Fred Biermann of Decorah Gives Talk D E C O R A H--Fred Biermann, former congressman, spoke Thursday evening in the Elks lodge rooms, at the Americanism week meeting. The week of March 1 to March 8 has been designed as Americanism Week by the Exalted Ruler of Elks. CHURCH GROUPS PICK OFFICERS Mrs. Fred Parks Is Named President of Algona Helping Hand ALGONA-- Mrs. Fred Parks was elected president of the Presbyter- lan Helping Hand society Thursday for the fifth year. Mrs. Frank Shilts was named first vice president; Mrs. George Conklin, second vice president; Mrs. Lyle Mathes, secretary, and Mrs. Ralph Brown the treasurer, The Presbyterian Fellowship club elected Mrs. Henry Guderian president; Mrs. Lyle Mathes, vice president; Mrs. Norman Fried, secretary, and Joe Ricker, treasurer. The club held its meeting at the home of At! la Hardgrove. ine Christian Endeavor society of the same church elected Imogene HilJ, president; Ruth Turner vice president; Merle Cooper secretary, and Eleanor Peiffer, treas- · urer. Lois Colwell, retiring president, was elected pianist MRSJUSiNGER HEADS SOCIETY Ellen Mclaughlin Missionary Group, Goldfidd, Meets GOLDFIELD-- The Ellen Me- l^aughhn Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. R p Cun ningham Thursday evening with WiEgerho£ / from Vienna, Austria. Her husband Professor Richard R. Prater, world famous astronomer and refugee from Germany, arrives at Boston from London, to join research staff of the Harvard college observatory. He is first scientist from a totallfarian nation to receive research appointment to the H a r v a r d faculty. ,p'clock dinner after which the'ago. came from Vienna five months the birthday anniversary but was postponed ly.cause of the storm that Hav « regular meeting and refreshments were served by Mrs. J. T. Charles- .ii'r*rt}i anr? rrtmmillrr* Corwith Pastor and Family Are Honored CORWITH--A group of members and friends of the Rev. Albert Rust and family surprised them Thursday evening by going to their home for a social evening. The occasion was a celebration of the beginning of the Rev. Mr. Rust's eleventh year as pastor of the First Baptist church here. Elevator Company Meets on March 11 FENTON--Notices have been sent out of the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers' Elevator company to be held at the Fenton opera house on on March 11 at 2 o'clock. Legion Auxiliary to Meet on Tuesday MANLY--The American Legion ^'I ia !J ·'» TM* Tuesday, at The annual election of officers ' was held with Mrs. B. L. BasTn! 1 ger being re-elected president for t' the ensuing year. Other officers named were: Mrs. Barbara Mose! ' ley, first vice president; Miss Mar- i lan McGowan, second vice presi- . dent; Miss Tressa Rasmussen raauu on "Stewardship " Refreshments were served the hostesses at the close of meeting. by the Norway Discussed at Manly Meeting MANLY-- "N was the group 1 j. 1 r club rooms. Legion explored area. Brazil aiunir, would like to have Meservey'sW.M.S. Society Convenes , MESEHVEY--The W. M. S so ciety met at the homo of Mrs \V°l liam Hav-efelder on Thursday aft -i : V / --Mrs. James Dm- nm entertained a group 0 £ womTn nesday J ' q " 8 party Wed Dinner was served at noon. s.xjmple, m » lfr\n . A iave a I Answers on Want Ad page. Count five points for each correct answer. For rc?njar '^.^!,;,,..;-..^-.-,..-..^.y^^^^

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