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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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^ 10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GA2ETTB V MARCH 9 1931 PSTUSUAL. AMOUNT OF FARM WORK IN IOWA IS DONE BUREAU REPORTS MOISTURE NEED Potato Planting in Southern Part £f State Started During February. DBS MOINES, -March 9. OP)-unusual amount of .farm work was dom? in February and early March this year according to reports re ceived by\the weather and crop bu reau of the Iowa departments agri culture. Much disking and plowing has been done and some spring wheat was -seeded earty In February as far north as Hamilton county in the central portion of the state and Lyon county in trie northwest. . ' · - - , - · Plahting of potatoes in Southern Iowa counties also.was reported in February; They were, planted deeply or covered with straw-to protect them, from later freezes. Lettuce,, radishes and other garden vegetables and even'a few reports of seeding of oats in Southeast Iowa were issued. Some^aid for the meadows, pastures and, winter \vheat fields in southern and western counties was ·seen iri the recent heavy snowfall. Soil moisture conservation is being carefully considered because of the deficiency ,of subsoil moisture thru- o.ut the state, except In .the northeast counties which were not so much · affected by" last summer's .drought. Water for livestock and domestic use of farms is very scarce iri-many.Iocalities and restricted use of water has been ordered in some -towns. - . ' . - - . ' :·. " ; Cresco Band, Orchestra Present Final Concert CRESCO, .-March 9--The final number of a series of'high school band and orchestra concerts for the school year was given Sunday afternoon under' the direction of E. K Popejoy'.in the school gymnasium The band consists of 42 pieces and the orchestra of nearly 60 pieces. Garner Scouts to Hear Weston Talk GARNER, March 9.--Dr. B. Raymond Weston of Mason City, former president of the .North Iowa area council of Boy Scouts, will address the local troop on "Birds." This subject is in line with the bird house contest under way which erida March 16. The winner of the bird house contest 'will receive a 56 official Boy Scout camera. Patrol 'prizes will also be given. The leader is M. J. Mertz. Every member ol the troop is making a bird house. MRUTEHNOF NORTHWOOD DIES Pioneer of Worth County Is Buried; Survived by Four Daughters. NORTHWOOD, March 9.--Funeral rites were held for Mrs. August Stehn, 78, Worth county, pio- need at the German Lutheran church here Sunday afternoon, the Rev. Mr. Kraemer, pastor of the church, in charge. Mrs. Stehn died at her home here early Friday morning following an illness of Jiree months. Mrs. Stehn is survived by her husband and four daughters, Mrs. Peter Walser, Mrs. J. A. Seater, Mrs. L. C. Kenison, and Mrs. M. T. Johnson, all residents of Worth · county. Burial was made in Sunset Rest. cemetery, Northwood. ' HERE AND THERE * .-'.'.?;· * : ' - :;*; * · * ·* * . * » ' * · ' » * · ,'» ·' * » Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota ?ire Destroys Esser Home at Whittemore WHrrTEMORE, March 9.--The Otto Esser home in the southwest iart of town burned to the ground 3atu?day afternoon. The fire start- id on the roof near the cnimne-' and, due to the high wind, burned apidly. Most of the furniture was aved. · Sterling,-No. : 1 13 N. Federal Phone .1000-1-2 Sterling No. 3 813 S. Penn. Phone, 807 , .Tuesday -- Wednesday -- Thursday ' We;R6serve the Right to Limit-Quantities. ' CLEAR LAKE BUTTER, Ib. . . . . . 3lc FLOUR -- FLOUR -- FLOUR -- FLOUR Gold Medal, 49 Ibs. . . . . . . .$1.55 Frost King, 49 Ibs. .'.'.. . .$1.35 Occident, 49 - Ibs. ; . . . : . . . . $1.75 Omar, 49 Ibs. . . . . . . . . ' . . §1.49 I. H., 49' Ibs. .§1.49 Enrights, whole wheat . . . . 25c Pillgburys, 49 Ibs. . . . . . . $ 1 . 0 5 Prairie Queen Pancake . . . - 3 5 c BIG Q FLOUR, 49 Ibs. ....'·'. J . . . . $1.00 Peas, Ige. cin . . - .....lOc Sweet Corn, Ige. lOc .Sauer Kraut, Mge, .lOc Hominy, Igc. ..'.'-. .lOc Tomatoes, can :............lOc Cut^Green Beans, can . ...lOc Mustard, pints ...10o Pumpkin, can ,".10c Cut Beets, can .1 lOc ' Olives,' jar .'.. -lOc P. G. SOAP, 10 Ige. bars . . . . . . ,. .29c Ivory Soap, med. 2 for ... p ;]5o Ivory Soap, Ige. 2 for, ..... .35c' Ivory Flakes, Ige. ....... .22o Rub No More, Ige. . . . . . . . 2 ? c Star Naptha, .Ige. 32c "Gold Dust, Ige. . . . . . . . .-:. .25c Plimaleue, Ige. . . . . . . . . . . . 2 5 c Climax" Cleaner . . . . . . . . . . I p c Oxydol^ small, 3 ' lor . . . . . 25c Star Naptha Powder, Ige. . !22j_ OXYDOL, large pkgs., 2 for . . . ; ' . - . . .35c Monarch Tomatoes, solid pack, can .15c Monarch Preserves, Ige. . . . S8c Monarch Olives, ]ge. . . ; . . 2 5 i - . Monarch Pumpkin, Igc. ...ISc Monarch Pork Beans, 3 for 25o .15c Monarch Peaches, Ige 25c Monarch Spinach, Igc 23c Monarch Oats, Ige. 22c Monarch Golden Bantam, " large Sleeping Bear Red Pitted Cherries, 2 cans ...25c Monarch Sauer Kraut Juice; Jge, can ; 15e Monarch Kidney Beans ...IGc Monarch Mixed. Vegetables 15c Monarch Carrots, Peas . . ,20c Monarch Ketchup, jge. 19o Monarch Macaroni, 4 pUgs. 25c Monarch Cocoa, Ib. can '..25c Monarch Grape Juice, pints 2 Monarch Diced Carrots . . . .15c ORANGES, good size, 2 doz. f o r ! . . . 35c New Cabbage,' Ib ; 5c Rutabagas, Ib 5c Potatoes, peck 25c Lemons, Ige. doz. 85c Oranges, Ige. doz. 80c Nut Meats, fresh, Ib 59c Apples, fancy, 4 Ibs. · . .25c English Walnuts, No. 1, Ib. 29o (Grapefruit, Igc. 4 for 25c Bulk Dates, fresh, 2' Ibs. . .25o PEACHES, Ige. No. 10 cans 45c Northern Beans, 4 Ibs. . ..25o -Bulk Cocoa, 2 Ibs 25c Bice, fancy, 5 Ibs 25c. Bulk Oats^ 9 Ibs -. .25c Prunes' med., 8. Ibs 25o, Prunes, Ige, Ib. .'. Itks Powdered Sugar, 3 Ibs 25c Brown Sugar, 3 Ibs 2»c Bulk Macaroni, .3 Ibs 25c Apricots, fancy, Ib 2'ic Purity Bread, white or dark, Ige. loaf .. 5c Oyster Shells ............ 08o Block Salt ...... , . . ..... ,49q Bulk Oats, SO Ibs Cod IJver OH, gal. §3.15 .31.25 Chase Sanborn Coffee, Ib, .35c MB. FARMER: Bring us your eggs, market advancing, cash or trade. Use parking place back of store. " -:· C'Home on Vacation, ROCK FALLS--Miss Ruby Calvert, Cedar Falls, 'came home with the Misses Dorothy, : Madeline and Lavetta Edgar Friday to spend the short inter^term vacation of the college. " . - . ' , Given Surprise Party. CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. Paul Frietag of Max, N. Dak., who ia visiting tier-mother, Mrs. Demetria Shafer, were surprised by 22 relatives. ' Mrs. Smith III. CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. R o b e r t Smith hai been quite ill. :VIsits With Mother. . SHEFFIELD--Rolland Esslinger, Jessup, spent the week-end with his motherj Mrs. E. E. Esslinger. : Horses, Mules Sold. GARNER--Fred \ Islin, Omaha, shipped in .a carload of western horses and mules that were sold at auction Saturday, they sold from $30 to 5110 each. ._ 'Return to Castle wood. .WODEN--Misses Johanna Greenfield, Lena Javers and Anna Hof- tizier of Castlewood, S. Dak., who lave been visiting at the Tony Suns home,the past two weeks, re- urned to their home Saturday. . Jesse pxlcy Is 111. CORWITH--Jesse Oxley is seri- tusly ill at the home of his mother, Mrs. Anna Oxley.- Has Major Opsration S H E F F I E L D --Mrs. Walter jampe submitted to a major opera- on at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton Saturday. Given Farewell Party HANLONTOWN,-- A group of riends gathered Saturday afternoon t the Mrs. Lester Nagel home for farewell surprise party before her eparture the middle of March for Kiester, Minn. ; . · · Leaves for Milwaukee COULTER--Albie Buge left for ilwaukee Saturday where he will e employed as electrician. Was in California C L A R K S V I D L E--Mrs. J. G. auer, who spent the. past three lonths in California.^ visiting her riend, Mrs. Nellie Jenks. Leaves for Texas SHEFFIELD--C. 'C. Yelland left aturday 1 night on a. trip to El aso, Texas, to visit his family who as been spending the winter there. Go to Cedar Rapids GARNER;--'John Conway, Marvin aw and Thomas Parrington-spent he week-end in Cedar Rapids. Are Parents of Girl WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Vincent 3aughn are the parents of. a 10- ound girl born, at the Kossuth ounty hospital at Algona. Mr. Daughri is connected with the Ex- fa ange State bank here. . 1 Will Make First Hatch. CORWITH--The Corwith hatcli- ry, which is operated by Mrs. tffiude Higgle, will take off the first latch March 16. The incubator .used n the hatchery lias a 4,608 egg apacity.' . ,-.-' Is Home for Vacation. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Buchanan drove .'to iankato to bring/their daughter, leanor, student at state normal, home for the spring vacation. Come From Marshalltown. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. H. N Powers and .children of Marshall- .own are moving on the J. A. John- sou farm west of Fertile. · Visits in Omaha. ROCK FALLS--M i s s B e r t h a Bohnsen went to Omaha Saturdaj for a few days stay witb Mrs. William Wrede. Student Comes Home. CORWITH--Donald Cook, stu dent at the Iowa State .Teachers college, spent the week-end at his home here. Skating Rink Closes.^ LATIMER--The skating rinl has closed for the season. It wa managed by Mr. Bruns of Hampton Spelling. Contest Scheduled. OTRANTO--The local spelling contest to determine the champio; speller of grades five, six and seve will, be held Friday afternoon. Mrs. Wngner Is Hostess. ' T H O R N T O N -- T h e Cemeter society met in the M. E. ; churc annex. Mrs. Fred Wagner was host ess. . . Como From New York. FREDERICKSBURG--Julius Jen sen of Brooklyn, N. Y., and hi mother, Mrs. Marie Jensen of Ch cago, are visiting at the Carl Chris tianson home. Submits to Operation. CLARKSVILLE--Miss Maxin Crosby was taken to the Allen Me morial hospital in Waterloo arid op crated on for ruptured appendix. Return to Dundee. ' CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mr Will First, who spent the wlnte here, returned to their home a Dundee. . ' Leave for St. Paul. GARNER--Henry Carr, Job Love, Henry and Ed Boehnke wen to. St. Paul to buy : cattle on th early market Monday. Daughter Is Born. WESLEY--Announcements hav been received that a baby girl, Jea Frances, was born to Mr. and Mr Walter Trainpr in Knoxville, Tenu She was formerly Marie Goerner o Mason City and a teacher in th public school here. Nutrition Meeting Held. STILSON--Fourteen ladies wer present at the leaders nutritio meeting at the Mrs. T. J. Scot home. Buys Building- at Fertile. FERTILE--The A. A. Grov estate'was sold Friday. N. E. Field secretary of the telephone companj .bought the old store building. It wi be remodeled into a telephone offic and living rooms. OMELET QUEEN! The champion egg-layer of ' Canada, "No' Drone 5 H," a white Leghorn, the property of :Mrs. William ' Whiting, P.ort ,iKelIs, ., B. -· C., established a C world's record by producing 357 eggs in 365 days. Each of the eggs was of standard size or better than standard weight. If' "No Drone" wishes to cackle over her feat, she certainly has earned.the right to do so. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State You Are Proud, to Call Tour 1 Own! Iowa has practically completed a rogram of-more than 3,100 miles, mileage that is. equivalent to 10 oads crossing the state from east o west and not a city, town-or amlet in:the state is situated more iian 12 miles from passing on a hru thorofare. · ; Vlusic Contest Held at Forest City and Winners Are Named FOREST CITY, March 9.--The ast of a group of six music contests f, orchestras, choirs, quartets and oloists in the Methodist churches f the Algona district of the northwest Iowa conference was held in he Methodist church. The follow- ng placed: Class A choirs, first, Torest City; class B choirs, first e · Mills; second, Thomspon; bird, .Lakota; fourth, Buffalo Center. Orchestras, class A, first, Forest City. Class B, first; Lake Mills; second, ,Ledyard.. Soloists, first, Im'ery Stewart of Thompson; second, Dqrothy Hardin, Lakota; third, Wilma Glorfeld, Bufftlo Center. Quartets, first, Lakota, Mrs: Han- gust, Dorothy Hardin, William Clemens and the Rev. F. O. Johnson. All of the participants in these group contests, more, than 500 in number, will take part in a district musical festival in Algona Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock in the First Methodist church and another building selected to take care of the overflow. Kinsedahl Arrested at Former Home in Aredale by Sherif] AREDALE, March 9.--Bert Kinsedahl of Frost, Minn., formerly of Aredale, was arrested at his former home here this morning by Sherif: Henry Burma after warrants had been sworn out for him on larceny charges. Kinsedahl was found hid den in the basement of the house under a trap door. According to officers Kinsedahl was arrested for stealing a suit of clothes and two caps from Henry Unban, and ties kerosene and other articles from Ted Bushbaum.' Kinsedahl had been living with his mother recently a Frost. He was taken to the i ail a Allison. Eric Strom Services '' Are Held in Algona ALGONA, March 9.--The funera of Eric Strom, a long time residen of Algona, was held Saturday. Mr Strom was once a plasterer and ma son but for several years .was re tired. He leaves a wife and -four chil dren, Leo of Cherokee, Mrs. Hele Knudtson of Chicago and Mrs. Ethe Christensen and Mrs. Yard a Holme of Algontu- August Strom, a brother lives at Algona and another brothe lives in Elmore, Minn. Bureau Program Is Scheduled DOUGHERTY, Marcn ».--A.spe cial program will be presented a the meeting of the Farm Buren Wednesday night. A play will b given by players from Clear Lak and a part of the program will b contributed by Franklin county Moving pictures will be presentee · Surprised on Birthday. ·FERTILE--About 25 friends of Mrs. A. A. Elthon surprised her on her birthday. -Will Represent School. OTRANTO--Arnot Sine will be in the pre-dlstrlct declam contest at Charles City March 13. - Visits at Thornton. THORNTON--Will Paul of Hutch- insou, Minn., ; is' visibng August Hansen. Bank Building Sold. _, HANLONTOWN--M. ..T. Rye, cashier of the Citizens Savings bank, reported the sale of the old bank building directly west of the Elmer Bray'hard ware store to Tom Knutsen. Are From'Idaho. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. John Wood of Deary, Idaho, are visiting his brother and wife. - . , . ' . Return From Long Beach. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Timmer^nan and children returned from Long Beach, CaL, vb,ere they spent the last several months. Two Go to Chicago. GARNER--William Wrede and iiner. Christensen .accompanied four oads of fat cattle to the Chicago market Saturday, shipped thru the arner livestock shipping associa- ion, , . Will Move Home. HAYFTELD--John R. dine pur- hased the lots formerly owned by ie late Mrs/ G. W. Lackore arid is n'oving at home from Garner which IB will occupy as soon as -com- ileted. The former Lackore home vas destroyed by fireJast Septem- ier. . . * Visit'in Newton STILSON--Orville Nail and Ren 'erpstra have been visiting- in New- on. ' " · Calmaf Club Meets CALMAR--The .Book and Thim- le club met at the home of Mrs. Villiam Boettcher. Attends Aunt's Funeral ALLISON--Miss Hazel Livingson Sunday attended the funeral of er aunt, Mrs. N. B. Nichols, at edar Falls. Will Show PasfJon Pictures CLARKSVILLE--Six reels of pic- ures featuring "The Passion Play," Freib'urg-Bade'n production, will e shown'at the Community church udltorium March 12. W. C. T. U. Will Meet RUDD--The W. C. T. U. will meet at' tha William" Allen home riday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Group Is Entertained CALMAR--Mr.; aud Mrs. G. H. tathaway Sunday entertained Mrs. Clara Williamson, Mr. and Mrs.-G. j tensbol, Hawkey e, and 'Mr. arid! Mrs. Williamson and children, Jean nd Jack, of Oelwein. Come From Minneapolis ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. Lewis wans on arrived here from Minne- polis Friday night for a visit at le home of their aunt, Miss Lena Tonge, and with other 'relatives, 'hey are on their wedding trip and rom here 'they will go to their ome at Chicago. ' Kensington Is Held .MARBLE ROCK--There was a arge .attendance at a Kensington leld at the Methodist parsonage, 'he committee which served con- isted of Mesdames Cecil Brollier, e Faris, Albert Gates, Fo Boom, Jayne Spaulding, Hoyd Clay and ~arl Arhart. Submits tcf Operation RUDD--Paul Ehlebracht submit- ed to a mastoid operation at the 'edar Valley hospital. ' Student Comes Home. JOICE--Miss Crystal Paulson, student at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end home visiting with friends and relatives. ' . Brother-in-Xjw Dies. DECORAH--Mrs.- Owen Rooney of Mill street received- word of the death of her brother-in-law, Henry McMann, at Los Angeles. Burial was made in Los Angeles; Has Major Operation. WHITTEMORE--Mrs. Peter Neu underwent an operation for acute appendicitis at the hospital Saturday. .live in Lake Mills.. DtTMONT--Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Dverturf moved to Lake Mills to jeep house for their son, Ray, who is telegraph operator in the tower on the C. and N. W. ' Leaves for Chicago. RUDD--Mrs. Archie Masters left Friday morning for Chicago where she will visit her daughter, Miss Betty House. Will Uvo in Chicago. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Albert Holmes -left Friday noon for Chicago where they will make their home. ' Given Farewell Banquet. CALMAR--Members of the Masonic lodge gave a farewell banquet in honor of A..Holmes. The banquet was held in the Hotel Calmar. Is Guest at Rockford. ROCKFORD--Guy Crowell, Kansas City, came Friday for a visit in the home of his brother, Clarence Crowell. Buy Home at Garner. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Ben Katter and;three children who returned last fall from Alberta, Minn, are settled in the house built by Lambert Baily. The Katters bought the home from the estate of Lucien Price, an eastern millionaire now dead. Leave Marble Rock. MARBLE ROCK--Mr. and Mrs Floyd Wilson have moved from here on to a McNider farm near Mason City. Return to Rudd. RUDD--William and R. F Schweizer returned from Splri Lake. J,H, CAMELIN, CORWITH, BURIED Man Survived by Wife and Three Sons and One Daughter. CORWITH, March '-9.--Funeral services for J. H. Camelin, 67, were held Friday afternoon at.the Methodist church, the Rev. O.-E. Sehaal, pastor, officiating., Burial was made in the Corwith cemetery. He died Tuesday evening at a Mason City hospital, 'following a two weeks' illness. Mr.. Camelin was born in Flannigan, TO,, Dec. 28, 1863, and was married to Marie E. Feshter in 1891. They came to Convith in 1902'\vhe're they made their home since. Besides his wife he is'sur- vived' by. four children, John and Bert,, of Corwith; Fred o£ Minoka, 111., and Mrs. Scott Marr of Spirit Lake; two brothers, David, of'Jul- berg, .Colo., and John of Longpoint, HI.; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Sansom of Pontiac, HI.-, and Mra Lucy Demmings of Floyd Knob, HI., and 12 grandchildren. Now at Merkel's! EXCELLA PATTERNS and Fashions 15c, 20c .atad 25c None Higher Styles are authentic! Patterns are simple to use aud always accurate. Will HoW Pharmacy Tests. DBS MOINES, March 9. (UP)-The Iowa board of pharmacy exam- ers'-will hold examinations for candidates seeking to become registered pharmacists March 18 and 19. The examinations will be held at the Des Moines college of pharmacy instead of in the (state capitol building as customary. Go After Stolon Car. . LATIMER, March 9.--G. A. Paulr liis and E. H. Fahrmann motored to Duliith to get Mr. Paullus' (Ford coupe, which was stolen Dec. . _ '· This may have been a mild . ter, but to judge from the busii/, news, it managed to freeze a_lo ! assets.--Cleveland Plain Dealer. A Fashion Secret We will share with you a fashion secret. A costume I's as smart as its accessories. And the most important accessory is--hosiery. Holeproof Hosiery is as durable as if is delicate, and is presented in authentic colors to complement chic costumes. Holeproof Hosiery No.2U63 -- A n outstanding valua in a artecr Grenadine twiit silk* Has French hoe! and p'afed foof. In lh« season's nowBit colors * · · (1*56 No. 4063 -- Grenadine Iwitt silk, · very sheer and dull. Self-color pleat edgftf French beef. An outitanding Holeproof value. Smartest colors $1.05 The MERKEL Co. 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