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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 4, 1934
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APRIL 4 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE IOWANS DISCUSS DAIRY PRODUCTION CONTROL PROGRAM SESSIONS OPEN IN DES MOINES Regional Conference Held to Give All Opportunity to Express Views. DBS MOINES, April 4. (JP--Iowa dairymen and farmers met here today in one of a series of regional conferences to discuss the dairy production control program recently announced by Secretary of Agriculture Wallace. The session is to run through today and tomorrow. Paul P. Stewart of Maynard, a farmer, is presiding officer. The Des Moines meeting is for Iowa and western Illinois. In addition to active dairymen and farmers, a large number of extension specialists and agriculture experts are expected to attend. Consider Control Plan. The meetings have been called, Chester C. Davis, AAA administrator, has said to allow intensive consideration of the dairy control plan and are open to all dairy farmers and others interested in the welfare of the dairy industry and the improvement of the dairy farmer's in; come. Three Iowa State college officials attended a regional meeting at Kansas City yesterday. They were Floyd Johnston, dairy specialist, Murl McDonald, assistant extension director, and L. R. Combs, extension editor. A general outline of some of the problems to be considered at these conferences were outlined in a. statement by R- K. Bliss, Iowa State college extension director. Benefit Payments Proposed. "The dairy industry faces a milk production which increased two billion pounds from 1930 to 1932," he said. ''Other factors are a cow population of more than 26 million, an average price index of 69 as compared with 140 in 1928, and a total cash income from milk sales which dropped from $1,847,000,000 in 1929 to 5985,000,000 in 1932. "The program proposed by the AAA involves benefit payments totaling not less than 150 million collars to dairy duce their milk farmers who re- sales between 10 and 20 per cent of their average annual sales for 1932-33. It includes allocation of additional funds for purchasing and distributing milk among underfed city children, for purchasing and distributing healthy cows to needy farmers to produce milk for their own families, and to aid in speeding up the eradication of tuberculosis and contagious abortion in dairy cattle." Stewart to Speak Friday at Church in Glenville GLBNVILLE, Minn., April 4.--A meeting will be' held Friday at 3 p. m., at the First Lutheran church I here when Oliver W. Stewart of Chicago will speak on the "Oncoming War With the Liquor Traffic." Mr. Stewart is president of the Flying Squadron foundation which is co-op- rrating with the Minnesota allied ilrys. H E R E A N D T H E R E Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Leaves for New York. GREENE--Mrs. Julia Calvert of Buffalo, N. Y., who has been a guest of the R. Hardman family, left for her home Sunday night Visits With Cousin. GALT--Miss Dariene State spent the week-end with her cousin, Miss Yvonne Schroeder. Born to New Hampton Pair. ELMA--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Faber. New Hampton, are the parents of a girl born to them at Elma Easter morning. Mrs. Faber was the former Frances Power of Elma. Arrives From Seattle. CLARKSVILLE--Lloyd West arrived from Seattle, Wash., called here by the serious illness of his father, Walter E. West who has recently had two light strokes from which he has rallied since Monday. Honored on Birthday. AREDALE--Mr! and Mrs. Seigfreid Kramer entertained the John McWilliams family and other friends in honor of John McWilliams' birthday Sunday. Visits In Kansas. GOODELL--Miss Viola Finn went to Salina, Kans., to visit her sister, Mrs. Art Donahue. Return From Excelsior Sprlngi, BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Senneff returned from Excelsior Springs, Mo., where they had been for two weeks. Mr. Senneff was taking treatments for his health. Entertain at Party. GALT--Mr. and Mrs. Sheeley Ketchem entertained a number of their friends at a card party Saturday. Market Day Postponed. LYLE, Minn.--The market day, that was to have been held last Saturday, was postponed and will probably be held next Saturday depending on the condition of the roads. Visitor From Henreth. LYLE, Minn.--Miss Ruth Trans- rud of Henreth. N. Dak., is here visiting at the home of Mrs. Inger Blakestad. a home-coming courtesy to Mrs. Detra's brother, Harold Grapp, who arrived Saturday from a four months visit to relatives at Portland, Milwaukee and Rogue River, Ore., and Seattle, Wash. The change of climate, benefited his health. Home From College. LONEROCK -- College students spending Easter with their parents were: Vera Morris, accompanied by Esther Nelson and Irene Rollins, Iowa State college, Ames, at the Charles Morris home; Mainard .Genrich, also a student there, at. the Fred Genrich home home; Donald Blanchard, student at Teachers' college, Cedar Falls, at the -J. M. Blanchards. They returned Sunday, Marietta Christenson accompanying the group to Ames where she will enter a Des Moines hospital for medical attention. Beulah Gladstone, who has spent the past week at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone home, returned to Coe college, Cedar Rapids: of Superlative "-* j*-\ _ ts=t=~~^^^- living The kixury, the comfort, and th« elegance that our farriers loved are yours today in the famous Auditorium Hotel. Here, 'm these halls and in these rooms where the great of a quarter century hove trod, you con enjoy the distinction of yesterday and the modernity of tomorrow. Unrivalled in location, facing the blue of Lake Michigan, rich in traditions, and eager 10 serve, the Auditorium offers large, luxurious rooms from SI. 50 single without bath and rooms with both from *3?° single. Double from «°° Write for illustrated oohred klder ARTHUR J. NEWMAN. Manager JWCH16AN AVENUE AT CONGRESS STREET C H I C A G O YOUR IOWA An, Interesting Fact Dally About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Iowa possesses distinct advantage for a diversity of Industries. The great industry of agriculture offers a solution to the economic difficulties of many other industries in the state for it provides a market for large quantities of farm machinery, building supplies, food and clothing and on the other hand agricultural products and wastes furnish the principal supply of raw materials for much of the manufacturing to the state. ST. Given Homecoming Courtesy. CLARKSVILLE--A family party of 12 was entertained at the John Detra farm home Easter Sunday as Suffering Swollen Arm. LATTMER--Maude Livermore Is suffering from itfection of a badly swollen right arm. Will Meet Friday. SWALEDALE--The Baptist Mission circle will meet. Friday with Mrs. Jennie Ingham; leader, Mrs. Charles Crabb. Is Brought Home. BRITT--Mrs. Ida Nelson was brought home Monday in' the ambulance from the horns of her daughter, Mrs. Thor Schubert Miss Ina Nelson came from Florida io take care of her. Mrs. Nelson fell. and broke her hip about a year ago and has been an.invalid since. Guests / Entertained. DOWS--Mr. ' and Mrs. E. J. Schroeder and Yvonne had as guests at their home Easter Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barnes, Miss Carrie Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Woodley all of Clarion; Mr. and Mrs. Guy State and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elden Barnes and son, Lelan, all of Gait.. Home For Vacation. MANLY--Floris Westly, who is a student at Carleton college at Northfield, Minn., is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Westly. Dorraine Pinta and Beryl Cobeen, students at Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pinta and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cobeen. Afflicted With German Measles. GENEVA--Mrs. Ray Walker is substituting for Miss Daisy Black, who is being detained at Roland where she spent Easter, by an attack of German measles. Practically all school children and some adults here are in one of the three stages of the disease, have had, are having, or expect to be having. Are Parents of Son. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. Orrin S. Thompson are parents of a boy born March 30, weighing 10 Ibs. They named him Gerald Ray. Closes at Orchard. ORCHARD--The Orchard school closed for a week's vacation. Miss Neva Lourin went home to Eagle Grove; Ruth Dunkleberg to Rockford; Palma Peterson to Mable. Minn., and Charles Hill and family to Mason City. Recovering from Seventh Operation. RICEVILLE--Mark Sloan, Riceville barbershop owner, who has been in a critical condition at the hospital in Cresco for several days following a serious operation, is reported as recovering. It was the seventh operation that Mr. Sloan had submitted to. Attends Rites in Illinois. GOODELL. -7- Olander Sandberg went to Rockford, HI., to attend the Euneral of his cousin. Board Meeting Held. BRADFORD--The. Grant township trustees met as a board of review Monday at the Grant Center schoolhouse. - Return to Davenport. MESERVEY--The Misses Thelma, Evelyn and .Viola Thomas, teachers at Manchester and Davenport, spent the: week-end with their parents. Miss Lois who is attending college at Davenport, accompanied them back after a week's vacation at home. Goes to Rochester. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Christians went to Rochester Tuesday. Mrs. Christians is to receive medical attention. Returns to Home. OTRANTO--Marcia Gporder returned to Albert Lea having spent the past week with her grandparents. Guests From Rapids. LEDYARD--Elmer Lee of Cedar Rapids is visiting his mother, Mrs. Edward McQuire. Mrs. McQuire has been visiting- Mr. and Mrs. August Gelhaus, her parents. Arrives From Chicago. LONEROCK---Mr. . and Mrs. Adolph Scankowitz of Chicago arrived to visit at the Delbert Hanna home. Returns to Sioux City. WHITTEMORE -- Rosella Higgins, R. N., returned to Sioux City Monday to resume her duties after spending the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Higgins. Guest From Chicago. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schuhmacher of Chicago visited from Saturday until Wednesday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Emelia Schuhmacher. Visits at Hayward. EMMONS, Minn.--Miss Kathryn Monson. who has been assisting at the Peter Kvale home, left for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Siver Monson at Hayward, Minn. i low to Evelyn Kephart. Ninth Child In Family. MARBLE ROCK--A daughter, Beverly Jean, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ackley Friday evening. This is the ninth child in the family and the third child born in this community this year. Attend Session In Illinois. MESERVEY--The Rev. E. Kampman of the Reformed church, accompanied by the Rev. Mr. Poppen of the Palsville congregation, left Tuesday morning to attend a minister's conference at Baiieyville, III. Recovering After Stroke. EMMONS, Minn.--Nels Erickson, who suffered a paralytic stroke, ia reported improving. Mr. Erickson is 85 years of age. His daughter, Mrs. Cornelius Siberud of Albert Lea, came for a brief visit. Visitor From Iowa City. GORDONSVTLLE. Minn.--Dr. A. R. Buchanan of Iowa City, was a recent visitor in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Buchanan. New Band Formed. LEDYARD--The music director. Principal V. A. Barrett, organized a beginner's band. There are 20 new band students. Visited at Homes. FENTON--Teachers and students who spent the week-end at their respective homes were: Irene Newell, teacher at Belmond; Francis Bailey, teacher at Britt; Martin Pertl, student at Iowa State University, Iowa City, and Leona Borchardt, student at State Teachers college, Cedar Falls. Return From Staples. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Moser who spent the winter at Staples, Minn., with Mrs. Moser's parents, returned the first of the week and are now in charge of their lunch room near the Avery theater that they had leased during their absence. Guests From Webster City. MESERVEY--The Misses Star and Opal Larson and Marcella Black of Webster City, spent the Easter holiday with the Larson girls' grandmother, Mrs. H. D. Halfpop. Visit In Waseca, ANSGAR--M. O. Clement, editor of the St. Ansgar Enterprise and his sister. Miss Helen, visited Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. A. Clement in Waseca, Minn. Visits in St. Peter. EMMONS, Minn.--Mrs. L. O. Bjorlie departed to spend several weeks with her sister, Mrs. George Annexstad at St. Peter, Minn. 25 Attend Party. LEDYARD--A surprise birthday party was held at the home of Mrs Ella Gelhaus in honor of her daughter, Luetta. About 25 friends anc relatives were present. Honored at Ringsted. L O N E R O C K -- The Andrew Thomsen family attended a farewel reception at the Knud Thomsen home in Ringsted in honor of the Fred Thomsen family who are making their home in Grand Fork, S Dak. The Thomsens are formei Lonerock residents. Leave for lima City. WHITTEMORE--Mrs. Leo . Kollasch and Lucille O'Brien left for Iowa City Tuesday morning where they will visit their sister, Mary Alma at Oakdale and friends at Iowa City. Honored at Party. FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs . Jansen were complimented at a surprise party at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jacobson Tuesday evening given by friends and relatives of the young couple, recently married. Guest from Montana. BELMOND--Mrs. H. P. Gramley of Brooks, Mont., was a guest at the A. C. Lieuwen and George Thompson homes Monday. Receive Grass From Government. DECORAH--Decorah expects to receive 2,500 pounds of blue grass seed from the government. Some of the grass will be used where projects have just been completed, and also in the field surrounding the new well. Return to Rapids. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Braham returned to their home at Cedar Rapids Monday, with their son, Charles, who has been with relatives here the past month. Plan Program Thursday. LAKE MILLS--A ten-reel picture of Norway will be shown at the high school auditorium Thursday. evening. Walter Ingebritson, baritone soloist, and the mixed chorus, Boys' and Girls' Glee club and mixed small vocal chorus will also appear. A free will offering will help defray expenses of going to the music contest at Ames. Returns From St. Paul. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. Russell Eckert returned Sunday evening from St. Paul where she spent a week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarl; Jenson and other relatives and friends. Guests From Cedar Rapids. FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wetzel of Clinton and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Millhiser, Cedar, Rapids, were guests at the George Wetzel home. Visit in Sioux City. CALMAR--Mrs. Jake Becvar and children, Mary Lois, and Raphael, drove to Waterloo Monday where the Misses Mary and, Lois took the train for Sioux City, Miss Mary to Briar Cliff college and Miss Lois will spend a week visiting there. Entertains Bridge Club. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Joyce French entertained the Bridge club at her home on Monday evening with high score going to Lcretta Edgar and 6 SENTENCED ON LIQUOR CHARGES Enter Pleas of Guilty at District Court Held in West Union. WEST UNION, April 4.--Six pleas o£ guilty were entered Monday afternoon in district court before Judge H. E. Taylor. Derrell Lantz, for unlawful transportation of liquor, was sentenced to three months in jail and $300 fine; Henry Schweindman for bootlegging, received the same sentence; Ed Weideman for maintaining a liquor nuisance received a like sentence, but was to be paroled if lie paid his fine; Kyle Strong for illegal possession of liquor was sentenced to three months in jail and paroled on payment of costs; Earl Williams for unlawful transportation of liquor was sentenced to three months in Jail and ?300 fine, with the jail sentence suspended during good behavior; L. L. Johnson for maintaining liquor nuisance received a like sentence and the jail sentence suspended during good behavior. MRS. JOHNSON, JOICE, IS BURIED Funeral Is Held at Church; Three Daughters, Two Sons Survive. JOICE, April 4.--Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at Bethania church for Mrs. Thcoline Johnson, who died Friday. Burial took place at Concordia, the Rev. G. A. Torgeson, Northwood, officiating. Mrs. Johnson was born March 1865, at Northwood. She was graduated from high school at Northwood and from Breckenridge college at Decorah. She taught school for several years. She was married to Torger Jolinson May 17, 1890. Mrs. Johnson was preceded in death by several years by her husband. Surviving are five children: Joseph Johnson, Minneapolis; Mrs. Emil Kringen, Giraril, Mont.; Mrs. Owen Connett, Watford City, N. Dak., and the twins, Mrs. Karl Walfcrd, Co- cado, Minn., and Luman Johnson oi Joice; three sisters, Mrs. Christina Kaasa, Lake Mills; Miss Julia Lee Lake Mills, and Mrs. Nettie Urstad Seattle, Wash. HE IS PETRIFYING LEGION SERVICE VALUE STRESSED Duster, State Commander, Is Heard at County Session in Forest City. FOREST CITY, April 4.--"The American Legion is the greatest potential force in America today for justice," said Leo Duster, state Legion commander, at the county meeting held in Forest City Monday night. Mr. Duster was the principal speaker of the evening and stressed the unselfish Legion service as a stabilizing influence in America today. G. E. Cress of Mason City spoke on the Legion's highway safety campaign program and the need for greater protection for life and property on the highways. Mrs. J. C. Underkoffler of Britt, eighth district committeewoman of the auxiliary, spoke on the auxiliary's work in the furtherance of the Legion program. The Winnebago county commander, Joe Graham, presided at the meeting. Following the speaking program, refreshments were served and the remainder of the evening spent in dancing. Davenport Man Dies of Wound; Woman to Face Murder Charges DAVENPORT, April 4. (.T)--Roy Franey, 35, of Davenport, was dead here today of a bullet wound inflicted Monday night, police claim, by a woman who said she loved him and "couldn't live without him." Mrs. O. L. Ross. 42, of Molinc, III., who witnesses .said shot Franey during a quarrel in the hallway of his apartment, will be charged with murder, county authorities said following Franey's death last night. An argument between the woman, Franey, his wife and his sister preceded the shooting, they told police. Waldorf to Send Nine to Conference at Grinnell FOREST CITY, April 4.--Seven students will represent the International Relations club of Waldorf college at the conference at Grinnell college, April 6 and 7. They arc Obed Void, Kiester, Minn.; Dencil and Ralph Stockman, Swea City; Marian Sheldahl, Sheldahl; Donald Hinderlie. Forest City; Raymond Helvig, Forest City, and Gerhard Nessc. Prof. N. Lewis Fadness, faculty advisor and the Rev. Stanley L. Olsen will also attend. VIeservey Farm House Is Damaged by Blaze MESERVEY, April 4.--Fire did Considerable damage to the Barney Frey home a mile south of town sarly Tuesday morning. The fire itarted in a closet upstairs from an verheated stovepipe. The Belmond 'ire department responded promptly and succeeded in saving the build- ng. All the furniture was carried nit. The damage was mostly from smoke and water, which was fully covered by insurance. Physicians hold little hope for the recovery of 7 year old Benny Hendrick, WilUes-Barre, Pa., \vhosc body is gradually ossifying. Benny Is suffering from a rare disease known as "myobi- tis Ossifica Progressive" which is causing his entire body to turn to u stone-iiko substance. When the pctrlflcatton reaches a vifcil organ he ivill die. Nine From Winnebago Go to CCCC Training FOREST C1TX, April 4.--Nine Winnebago county boj's left yesterday morning for enrollment in the government CCC camps for a period of six months. The boys left Forest City for the concentration at Mason City from where they were moved to Fort Des Moines for preliminary training. Those enrolling were Merlin Geving, Clarence More, Roy R. Randall, Ole Sonder land, Albert C. Kastncr anil Roheri W. Menzie of Lake Mills: Lloyd C Ashpolc and James W. Hughes o: Thompson, and Styvan D. Awe o: Buffalo Center. horsey, Osage, Testifies in Case Held at Austin OKAGE. April.4.--William Dorsey. deputy sheriff, was called to Austin Tuesday as witness in the case of Louis Suchy who was being tried on a larceny charge. The charge dates back nearly a year, when Suchy was given a 30 day sentence hero on a petty larceny charge, and was taken from here to Austin to answer to'a similar charge. He has been out on bond in the meantime. THOMPSON TO BE HOST TO LEAGUE Plans Start for Convention of Circuit to Be Held in Summer. FOREST CITY, April 4.--The Luther league of Thompson will be hosts to the Forest Clty-Esthervllle Circuit Luther league, Aug. 24, 25 and 26. Officers and members of the board met at Waldorf college, Monday to make plans for the convention. Prof. Oscar C. Hanson of Waldorf college, now studying at Luther Theological seminary, is president of the circuit. Others who attended the meeting are: Norman Larson, vice president of Wallingford; John Kurnmerfelt, treasurer, Ruthven; Mr. Relerson, Ruthven: the Rev. T. H. Benson, Rake, and Harlan Gaard, Cylinder. Jean Sibelius was the greatest of Finnish composers. 150 Smart New Jean Nedra HATS On Sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday 69« A marvelous assortment of styles in novelty braids. All the wanted Spring colors in addition to smart black, brown, and navy. Brims, beret types, sailors. Wonderful values! J.C.Te/n/ru/ij Co-. 20-24 SOUTH FEDERAL Return From St. raul. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nru- and family returned from St. Paul, Minn., where they sptnt Easter. Ready | Thursday-Friday-Saturday April 5th, 6th and 7th C O A T S Specially Low Priced for This After Easter Event While They Last Now--the grandest opportunity you've ever had to save on a brand new ultra-smart Spring Coat! Every one of these three great days you select any one for only $8.88. ' Sports types of nubbed and flecked tweeds with swagger lines, tie collars, smart pockets, belts, scarfs! Dress styles in soft woolen crepes, and smooth surfaced woolens. Basket weaves, too, and novelty woolens! Pastels, bright colors, navy, black, grey! On Sale Thursday... Promptly at 9 a.m.

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