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-K '^^ 1^--^"'-^ ^ ~^ j£!j" ' ' " J. .,8^' 3JLj-j , .oClir- vttst- ^ v «, ^ V -^' V T ~* ,J; MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 18 BJ 19B7 THREE EXPECT GRASS ROOTS REACTION OF FARM TENANCY AID REPORT TO GET PUBLIC AIRING Objectors Will Be Among Those Scheduled to Give Views. DES MOINES, (/P)--Sponsors said Thursday 'the national institute on farm tenancy, which opens here Friday, will give President Roosevelt's f a r m tenancy committee report its first "public airing" and draw "grass roots" reaction. Mark Thornburg, DCS Moines Chamber ot Commerce agricultural department secretary, said several members ol the president!* committee' plan to attend and "We're going to get at tenancy from the view ot the tenant, the landlord and the country as a whole." Have Voiced Objections. Two members oj the president's tenancy committee who have already voiced objections to portions of the report made public Tuesday are scheduled to appear on Friday's program here. One, Edward A. O'Neal, American Farm Bureau federation president, who will speak Friday night on "State and Federal Responsibilities in Improving Farm Tenure," expressed doubts that credit can "carry the burden ot such a program" outlined in the proposals. He also objected to another portion on the report on lha ground that it was "contrary to sound American jurisprudence." Has Possibility of Harm. The other, Dr. H. C. Taylor of Chicago, who will lead an open forum Friday afternoon on "How Can Security of Tenure of Tenants Be Improved," asserted the proposals have the possibility of "doing, more harm than good to the farming population of the United States." On the forenoon program Dr. T. W. Schultz, Iowa State college economist, will discuss "What has Happened to the Agricultural Ladder" and Dr. W. W. Alexander, resettlement administration administrator will present "The Farm Tenure Situation in the Cotton South." B. H.. Hibbard, University ot Wisconsin economist, will discuss "The Upward Spiral in Tenancy and Our Land Policies in Retrospect" at the noon luncheon. United .States Agrees. to Proposed Changes in Egyptian Treaty WASHINGTON, (fP)--The United States agreed Wednesday to consider proposed alterations in century-old treaty by which has enjoyed cxtra-territoriality rights in Egypt since 1830. Bert Fish, minister of Egypt presented to that government the United States government's acceptance of an invitation to participate wilh Egypt and othei powers in a conference on the question at Montreaux, Switzerland, beginning on April 12. Farm Changes in Nora Springs Vicinity Lislec NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs George Henry Noah moved to their residence in Nora Springs and the George Mogk family have moved on to the Noah farm. Thi Hugh Thompson family will liv on the farm vacated by Georgi Mogk and the farm the Thompson's are leaving, owned by H. F Schnedlei-, has been sold to Tec Mavth of Floyd who will move on to it this spring. Arthur Peter ha purchased the farm where tin .fosse Staeblcrs live and will movi on to it this spring. The Stacblc family w i l l move to Minnesota. :-: HERE AND THERE :- Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents North Iowa and Southern Minnesota in Marble Rock Brothers Get $800 for Stallion MARBLE ROCK--Staudl brothers,, Belgian horse breeders living southeast nf town, sold H three year old chestnut stallion, Tuesday, weight 2,100 pounds, to Ollie .Tannsen of Acldey, the consideration being $800. Other sales this week include a span of three and four year old geldings for S450, a chestnut 3 year old mare for $225 and a pair of 2 year old roan geldings, unbroken, for $400, all the latter sales being made to a dealer from Oshkosh, Wis. Elongated Recruit Uses Floor for Bed S A N -FRANCISCO, W)--Six foot 1(1 inch George M. Dinsmore, Jr., stumped the United Slates army Wednesday. Recruit Dinsmore, of lone, Cal., found beds too short, uniforms too skimpy and shoes too small. Sn 'Ihe supply officers of the thirtieth infantry have issued special orders for oversizes--and Dinsmore is sleeping on the floor. 25 Seek Position. EMMETSBURG -- Approximately 25 applicants have filed bids with the Palo Alto county supervisors for the position oE county farm overseer, officials disclosed here Wednesday. The vacancy occurred with the death of William Canham, overseer since 1935. Mrs. Latira Agnew, sister of Canham and housekeeper at the farm, and Frank Hand, a foi'mer overseer, are among those reported seeking the job. Will Speak at Armstrong. LEDYARD--Edith Logan and Cleo Gabel will speak in the declamatory contest at Armstrong "Wondr.y night. Miss- Logan will peak a humorous selection, "The Yanks Are Coming." Miss Gabel's election is dramatic, "Mothers of Men." Leaves for Chicago. NORA SPRINGS--D : r, A. F. Bronson left Saturday evening to ittend a meeting of the Chicago Dental society, held at the Stevens lotel. He returned Wednesday morning. . Returns From Chicago. NORA SPRINGS--Mis. Carl Engeselh returned Tuesday morn- ng from Chicago, where she had been called by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Andersen, who vith her little daughter, Patty, accompanied her mother to her home here. Return to Jeffries. NORA SPRINGS--The Misses rma and Doris Morphcw returned a their home at Jeffries, Minn., after H visit at the home of their rand father, John Curphey. Leave for California. KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Gil- nan Olson, accompanied by their cousins, Everett and Cteorge Olson, Jr., left Wednesday for an ex- ended visit at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Olson, in Pamona, Cal. Mrs. Minlie Hylden will remain at the Gil- nan Olson home and care for their two children during their absence. Talks on Highway Safety. RAKE--The P. T. A. met at the school auditorium Tuesday evening wtih Mr. Benedict of (he lighway patrol giving a talk on iighway safety. Other numbers on ilie program were: Vocal solo by Orvilli Erdahl; reading, Miss Hazel Hanson; piano solo, Chauncey Lund; selection, boys Glee club; and a minuet by four sixth grade girls. P. T. A. Propram Planned. RUDD--A program' has been prepared for the P. T. A. meeting which will be held Tuesday evening, Feb. 23, instead of the usual date. Lesson Is Presented. HUTCHINS--Ten women from Orthe! township and Iwo from Boons, a class in nutrition, mei with Mrs. Henry Weiland Tuesday Mrs. Leo Sankey, local leader, presented the lesson, "Cookery of Tender Meats." Leaves for Los Angeles. COULTER--Miss Elsie 'Anderson left .for Los Angeles, Cal., to visit her brothers, Peter anc Emanuel Anderson, Miss Anderson has spent the past year in Chicago Move to Mason City. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs Ingval Rodberg and three children are moving to Mason City from the farm, 3',i miles northwest of town. They are taking possession of their own home which has been leased for scvera years. They were former residents of Mason City. Moving to Kelmoml. ALEXANDER--A surprise WSF given Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Peters and family Sunday evening at their home when 40 of their neighbors and friends gathered to enjoy a social evening together. The Peters family is moving to Belmond soon. Family Goes tn Marsliafltowii. STACYVILLE -- Bill Jordan, who has been employed at Marshalltown, returned Sunday for the remainder of his family and left Monday to resume his work, accompanied by Mrs. Jordan and the baby. They have been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Anton Frein. Are Parents of Son. MANLY--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Vern Clupatch, Saturday, a hoy weighing seven · pounds. This is their third child. Cedarliolm Conducts Service. ROCKWELL--The Rev. Hilmore Ccriarholm nC the B u r t o n avenue, Walei-Ion, Baptist church conducted a special service at the ioeal Baptist church Sunday a f t e r noon Former Resident Dies. DUMONT--Mrs. Fred Baum- garlner and son, Fred, Jr., left Sunday for Lamar, Mo., called by the death of her cousin, Mrs. Ida Patton, who formerly lived in the Four Mile Grove neighborhood s o u t h . a n d west of here. She was a niece of Mr. and Mrs. John Boots. Arc Parents of Son. LAKOTA--The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson are the parents of a' son born to them at the hospital at Buffalo Center. This is their first child and he has been named John Byron. Uecovnrinsr From Operation. VENTURA--Mrs. Charles Bo- henkc is recovering from a gall stone operation at the Hampton hospital. Visit B. \V. S n i f f i n . BR1STOW--The C. A. Waite family visited B. W. S n i f f i n , who is in a dietetic 1 ome in Waterloo Sunday. They report Mr. Sniffin improved but he will not try to return to Brislow before April Prepare Gifts for Alaskans. . KANAWHA--The L. D. R. society met Monday evening at the Edwin Varo home with Ruth Varo and Arlene Johnson as the hostesses. About 25 members were present. The Rev. Morris Peterson was in charge of the devotions, and ' readings were given by Mabel Trettin and Nadine Thompson. The evening was spent working on the gifts which are to be sent to Alaska. Benefit to TJn Saturday. RUDD--The band mothers will have a benefit card party Saturday evening. Were in DCS Moines. GARNER--Mrs. J. R. Baggs ind son, William Baggs, were at DCS Moines Tuesday where they vent to see J. R. Baggs, county superintendent of schools, who is at the Veterans hospital for treatment. Arc Parents of Son. ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Schwiger are parents of a oy born Sunday. From Cciiar Rapiris. RUDD--Mr. and Mis. Lester Skersick and Luella Babbitt of Cedar Rapids were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Novak. Will Leave for Milwaukee. ACKLEY--Chris Walters, his daughter, Mrs. L. M. Keough and children, plan to leave next week "or their new home in Milwaukee, Wis., Mr. Wallers, who is well known in this community, laving lived here for the past 40 years, has relatives in Milwaukee who are awaiting their arrival. Win in Rake Dcclam. RAKE--The local high school declamatory contest was held at the school auditorium Monday evening. In the dramatic division Eutenna Oakland won first and Vivian Mauss second; oratorical, Lyle Beaver, first, and Gerald Quam, second, and humorous, Chauncy Lund, first, and Alma Herem, second. Farewell Party Held. KANAWHA--A farewell party was given Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Benschoter Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Art Thorcson. The party was given by the Kanawha Woman's club. The husbands of the members were also present. A 7 o'clock dinner was served and the evening was spent playing monopoly and bingo. Several prizes were awarded. Plan AH Day Session. RUDD--There will be an all day Farm Bureau meeting Tuesday, Feb. 23, at the John Moeller home beginning at 10:30. County Agent, W. H. Brown, will discuss "How Do Communities Grow?" Recovering at Home. McINTIHE--Fred Weber is convalescing at* his home from a severe attack of. arthritis. Win in Dcclam Contest. MANLY--The annual home declamatory contest was held Tuesday evening in the junior higl' school assembly. Winners in ora torical were Beverly tverson first; Nina Mackee, second; dra matte, A r l e n e P i n t a, first Robert Parker, second; humor ous, S h i r l e y Fromhold, firs Robert Turner, second. The win ners will represent Manly i n ' t h preliminary state contest at Man ly Feb. 25. Taken to Hospital. BRITT -- Mr. and Mrs. Joh Pritchard took their baby son Billy Dean, to the Mercy hospita at Mason City Tuesday for a min or operation. Auxiliary Session Held. MANLY--The Ladies Aim liar} of the Brotherhood of Railroar Trainmen held a regular monthlj meeting at the William Shanno: home Wednesday afternoon. Served by L,. A. S. ORCHARD--Thc L. A. S. held dinner at the local church base ment Wednesday and took in S13 Mrs. E. O. Clapper was chairma of the first division. Hostess In Club. LIME SPRINGS -- Miss Betl Pettit was hostess to the Oneol club at her home Tuesday after noon. Surprised by Neighbors. POPEJOY--A group of friend and neighbors surprised Mr. an Mrs. Charles Jackson at thei home Friday evening. They ar moving to a farm east of Owasa The evening was spent playin 500. Speaker for r. .T. A. ROCKWELL -- Dr. Herber Marsh of the Congregations church w i l l address the Parenl Teachers meeting Thursday c ning. Employed ;i( IMitrhellvillc. GARNER -- Mrs. Fern Katie has obtained a position as house keeper at the Mitchellville girl training school and has com menced her duties. Since leavin Garner, Mrs. Kattcr visited he brother, Waller Peck and famil at Des Moines. Mrs. Carson Hostess. BRITT--Mrs. Denn Carson en tertained the afternoon bridg club at her home Thursday after noon. Visit in Minneapolis. MANLY -- Mr. and Mrs. Ea Winette drove to Minneapolis I visit with relatives. Memorial Service Held. DUMONT--Sixteen women a tended the Frances Willard mom crial services held Tuesday after noon for the monthly meeting the Woman's Christian Tcmpei ance Union at the C. A. Goodsc home. Mrs. R. H. Atcbison gav an article on the five point pro gram of Ihc centenary movomcn Mrs. F. M. Sorenson talker! on II o u t s t a nding characteristics i Miss Willard's life. Mrs. H. ft Raccker told of the Willard mem orial fund and Mrs. Harry Alle read a poem about her. Will Return Soon. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. J. E Can- and Mr. and Mrs. J. V Fisher, who have visited at L Angeles, San Francisco and Ker man, Cal., since December, expe to return home in the near fulur They have been delayed in ge ling started on the return tri owing to the illness of Mrs. Lu cia Hart, a daughter of Mr. an Mrs. Can-, who has been confinr to a San Francisco hospital tw weeks, following an abdomin operation. David Lloyd Recovering. HUTCHINS--David Lloyd, who ns been ill with pneumonia for 2 eeks, is recovering. Visitor From Ellsworth RAKE--Curtis Anderson of llsworth is visiting his sister and .·olher-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. . Stowe. Move From Rock Falls. ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ibright of Rock Falls moved to rchard and are getting settled in ic section house. Mr. Albright is perating a beer parlor and barer shop in the Carl Larson build- g and opened up for business n Tuesday. Go to Dodffc Center. LONEROCK--Harry Rahn, ac- ompanied by Roy Lecper, left on business trip to Dodge Center, linn Roy remained at Albert Lea isiting an uncle, A. C. Leeper. Honored at Shower. NORA SPRINGS--Miss Florice Weitze was honored at a pre- uptial shower at the home of Mrs. red Larson given by the Wo- an's Missionary society of the vangelical church. Are Parents of Son. LAT1MER--Mr. and Mrs. Edar Steinbach are parents oC a oy, B"A Ibs., born Monday eve- ing. Arrives From Louisiana. T1TONKA--Mrs. 'Harold -.Tryon f Tallulnh, La., arrived Monday o visit her mother, Mrs. Del Icibsamen, and other relatives he plans to remain here for sev- ral weeks. This is her first trip ack since the family moved south everal years ago. Car, Corn Shelter Crash. WODEN--The car belonging to ohn Freerks and the Hcrmai Suns corn sheller collided Wed- ies on Main street at Woden. No ne was injured but the car, a 193 Studebaker, quite badly damaged FRANKLIN PETIT JURORS NAMED Drawn for March Term of Court to Be Held at . . Hampton. - HAMPTON--Petit jurors drawn Wednesday for the March term of court include S. N. Juhl, Mrs. Dwight Purcell, C. M. Saylor, Thane Hampton, Mrs. Frank Corbin, Fred Hughart, Mrs. Floyd Allen, Mrs. A. J. Hobson, Mrs. Sari Elliott, Hampton; Maude Coals and A. W,. Schaefer, Slief- 'ield; Lester Meussigmann, John Uehraan, George Mohler and Paul Wagoner, Gi'ant. George Abbas, Geneva; Mrs. P. L. Lund, Hamilton; Mrs. Delbcrt Woodley, Clare Miller, Neil Burman, E .E. Claypool, Jr., Mrs. F. 7. Delp, Ingham; Henry Olson and Irvin Korth, Morgan; Irving Klousia, Mott; Mrs. Harold Guldberg, Mrs. Louie Meyer, Mrs. Leslie Christensen and Edwin Ralh- mann, Marion; Jake Dietrich, Oakland; George Oelman, Sr., Esther Knip/el and Charles Schachtcrle, Osceola. Clarence Froming, Ross; C. J. Small and F. G. Kurtz, Reeve; W. A. Dodd, August Schaerer, Richland; Mrs. Francis Home, Jerry Beenen. Mrs. William Schomberg, Nole S. Jones, Scott; Charles Flowers, Mrs. A. R. Vorlhmann and Mrs. Hollis Folbrecht, West Fork. Named Town Marshal. MARBLE ROCK--At a special meeting of the town council Mayne Spaulding was appointed m a r - shal, street commissioner and water superintendent to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Volney Nash who will start farming on March 1. Bruce Goss was appointed town clerk to fill the vacancy caused by Mayne Spaukl- ing's resignation to take the former position. Eagle Grove Water Softener This is Eafflc Grove's new water softener and iron remover plant. There arc two slnrics hclow the street level anil one above. Plant for Removing Iron Now in Use at Eagle Grove Two Stories Below Street Level and One Is Above. EAGLE GROVE-- Operation of the new water softener and iron remover plant, which was recently completed, has been started. The building is 26 by 79 feet, of pressed brick, and has three stories, two of which are below the street level. The middle floor, which bouses the main apparatus, is a maze of pipes and motors. The water works proper, adjoins the building on Ihe east. The standpipe has a capacity of 135,000 gallons, is 104 feel in height, and 15 feet in diameter. The cost of the completed plant is approximately 543,000, and will be paid for in part by increased water rates, which, however, will not materially exceed the former dates which were reduced several years ago, and now restored, wilh a not very great increase. The av- erage consumption of water in the city will approximate 200,000 gallons. 10,000 Pound Gain for Creamery Shown PROT1V1N--An increase of more than 10,000 pounds of butter manufactured in 193fi was shown in the a n n u a l report of the Farmers' co-operative creamery association at Protivin. During the past ye.ir, patrons received an average price of 30.25 cents a pound for the 105,18] pounds butterfat, which produced 130,544 pounds of. butter. The total amount received for butter in 1936 was ?41,555.84. The Farmers Co-operative Creamery association has progressed well during the past few years under the supervision ot the boavd of directors, Orville Byram president; W. P. Lusson, butter- maker. WIN IN COUNTY DECLAIM MEET ..ake Mills, Forest City, Thompson Get First Places. LAKE MILLS--Winners in the .Vinnebago county declamatory contest held Wednesday night were: Oratorical--Donovan Helgeson of Lake Mills, first; Warren Brooke of Forest City, second; dramatic, Arlene Field of Forest ~lty, first; Lucille Robinson nf Thompson, second humorous, Helen Nelson of Thompson, first, and Sterling Thompson of Lake Mills, second. Figured on a point basis. Lake Mills and Thompson tied for first. Supt. A. E. R a n k i n of Hamplon was judge. The first round of the state contest will be held next Wednesday at Lake Mills. Celebrate 2 Birthdays. MANLY--Mrs. Frank Garvey and daughter, Janice, went to Minneapolis Wednesday to attend birthday party celebrating the third birthday of Janice and the eightieth birthday of her great grandmother. DISCOVERED Way to Relieve Coughs Q U I C K L Y IT'S nY rcliaritig (V/A the.irritated tiAHieaot tha throat and bronchial tubet. Ono Eet of ingre- dienla in FOLEV'S HONEV A: TAR quickly relieve* tickling, backing, coughing ; ; , coata and fiDolhM irritated throat linings to keep you f r o m coughing. Another act actually enters the blood,, reaches the afieetcfl bronchial tubei, loosens phlegm, help.i break nr cough and sftttdx r r cor fry. Check a cough n u to a cold lieCorn it RCIB wo ret;. before others catch it. Check it wilh FOLEV'S KOXEY TAR. It givea quick relief and fpttdtd-uf) Ttcorery. * Senator Gerald P» Nye says: "I enjoy the comfort a light smoke gives my throat" "I have smoked LucJdes off and on ever since my first term in the Senate 11 years ago, and I have always enjoyed their taste and the feeling of comfort and safety a light smoke gives my throat. I have done a great deal of public speaking, on the floor of the Senate, over the radio and at conferences. Necessarily this results in a strain on the voice. So naturally, in smoking, I have to think of my throat-- and I have found that a light smoke is suitable to my throat." HON. GERALD P. NYE U. S. SENATOR FROM NORTH DAKOTA In a recent independent survey, an overwhelming majority of lawyers, doctors, lecturers, scientists, etc., who said they smoked cigarettes, expressed their personal preference for a light smoke. Senator Nye's statement verifies the wisdom of this preference and so do leading artists of radio, stage, screen and opera, whose voices are their fortunes, and who choose Luckies, a light smoke. You, too, can have the throat protection of Luckies--a light smoke, free of certain harsh irritants removed by the exclusive process "It's Toasted", Luckies are gentle on your throat. THE FINEST TOBACCOS"THE CREAM OF THE CROP" A Light Smoke "It's Toasted"--Your Throat Protection AGAINST IRRITATION --AGAINST COUGH

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