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March 26, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 26 · 1936 SEVENTEEN INCREASE SHOWN IN STATE BRANDS BUTTER BUSINESS Reports Given Quarterly Meeting; A. W. Rudnick Among Speakers. A marked increase in butter sales and merchandising of creamery supplies and cheese ,/as reported at the quarterly meeting of the Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc., held at the company plant Thursday. · R. O. Storvick, manager, reported a 10 per cent increase in butter sales for the fiscal year ending with this quarter as against the previous 12 months. Five additional creameries have joined the organization, raising- the number to 65, he stated. R. C. Willey, grader and head of the cheese department, reported a 60 per cent increase in cheese sales for the year. The plant expected to handle 10 carloads of cheese this year, he said. Increase Made i» Sales. John Christensen, assistant manager, stated a sharp increase in the sale of supplies had taken place. He stressed the importance of having the proper equipment and supplies for the production of first class butter. The chief speaker at the meeting vyas A. W. Rudnick, professor of dairying, Iowa State college, Ames, who discussed seasonal difficulties in the production of fine cream and butter. He pointed out the relationship between the season and flavor de- lects, emphasizing that at this period creameries are encountering flavor defects traceable to feeds One of the causes of this, he said, was the fact that silage being fed r.ow from the bottom of the silos contains concentrated juices from above. Will Bring Problems. Warm weather, Professor Rudnick stated, will bring the customary problems such as souring cream. making necessary greater vigilance in the use of cooling tanks. A. C. Christensen, Minneapolis, C. P. A., discussed the Iowa laws as they pertain to the co-operative creameries, particularly in making out income tax reports. He called attention to the importance of maintaining complete records so as to be in position to meet the requirements of both the state and federal governments. Norman A. Morris, Iowa State college extension service landscape architect, spoke on the program of beautifying the grounds of creameries, which is one of the projects of the organization for the present year. Announcement was made of the prize winners among the Iowa State Brand creameries participating in the National Creamery Buttermak- ers' association scoring contest. Cash awards totaling $115 were made to winners of the contest, an. nounced as follows: Winners Announced. June scoring--First, Oral Bonstead, Graettinger, 95.5: second, A. B. McLaughlin, Greene, 95; third, H. C. Stendel. Northwood. 95. Mr. Bonst.ead received an additional prize for placing third in the entire contest sponsored by the national association. Storage contest--First, Oral Bon. stead, 94.5; other prizes tied between L. B. Roetman, Burt; M. J. Alikkalson, Plymouth; H. C. Stendel, Northwood; R. A. Bartlett, Whittemore; Gene Lundahl, Dolliver, and Martin Bleich, Titonka, all 94. November scoring- -First, A. E. MC'Laughlin. Greene, 95; second, Fred Thies, Bancroft, 95; third, Fred Kucker, Fen ton, and Gene Lucdahl, Dolliver, 94.25. When Poisons Clog KIDNEYS and Irritate Bladder Flush Them Out for 35 Cents Go to your druggist today and get this safe, swift and harmless diuretic and stimulant--ask for Capsules Gold Medal Haarlem Oil and start at once to flush kidneys " ;of waste matter acids and poisons. "saturated with That's the way to brins;- about ·healthy kidney activity and stop that bladder irritation which often causes scanty passage with smarting and burning as well as restless nights. Remember, the kidneys often need flushing as well as the bowels, and some symptoms of kidney weakness are: Getting up once or twice during the night-- .puffy eyes -- cramps in leg-- backache and moist palms. But be sure and get GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules-- the original and genuine -- right from Haarlem in Holland-- the price is small (35 cents), the good results will fulfill your expectations. CHRISTINE DAHL ASKING $2,800 Sues for Alleged Injuries Received in Auto Crash Last October. Christine Dahl, employe of the Chicago board of health, filed suit in district court here Thursday asking 52,800 damages from George Williams and his son, Harold, local dairy proprietors, for injuries which she alleges she received last Oct. 20 when her automobile collided with a Williams dairy truck half a mile east of Taylor bridge on highway No. 18 east of Mason City. According to the allegations, the collision occurred as a result of the truck turning suddenly, without warning, into a driveway on the left side of the highway just as the plaintiff's car was about to pass. Both the car and the truck were going west. The plaintiff was thrown against the dashboard of her car and received several bruises and a knee injury, the petition asserts. Howard Remley, local attorney, represents the plaintiff. Olson, Sportsman at Sioux City, Succumb SIOUX CIY, L-P)--G. Adolph Olson, prominent sportsman and owner of the Olson sporting goods store, died in his sleep Thursday morning as the result of a heart attack. Mr. Olson was well known in the Sioux City territory as a trapshooter and sports referee or starter at most Sioux City sporting events. IMPROVEMENT OF M, C. BRICK TOLD KIWANIS BY JUDD Research Is Carried on to Make Products Leaders in Building. How the Mason City Brick and Tile company has completely modernized its plants and carried on research for improvement of products was described by M. D. Judd, vice president and sales manager, in an address to the Kiwanis club Thursday noon in Hotel Hanford. He said that the high quality of local products is ranked next to none in the building trade. About 150 men are now employed and it is expected more will be added in less than a month, Mr. Judd continued, when more plants are opened. Mixed lor Besl Quality. "We are particularly fortunate in having two. fine deposits of clay here," Mr. Judd continued. "These are mined and ground separately and mixed in the best proportions for the best results. Through research we have developed attractive shades of browns, tans and blacks. Lighter colors of face brick are becoming more in demand." Mr. Judd stressed the de-airing machinery installed in recent years by which the quality is improved .Finely ground clay is shredded into small strips and the mixture put in a vacuum tank. Lamination of the clay makes its texture fine to prevent breaking off after a number of years. Stress Home Requirements. Many public structures in Nort Iowa made from local plant pro ducts were listed by Mr. Judd, wh said, however, that future progres will largely be in the one fy.mil house and efforts have been di reeled to meet this special need. Mr Judd traced the history o the local plant, which had its ori gin in 1882 in the north part o the city. He told of the half millio modernization program of 1931. Th Mason City plan produces 40 pe cent of Iowa's clay products no and is the largest plant in th country to be operated from onl; one point. Evron M. Karges, boys' work di rector at the Y. M. C. A., announce' that the next Kiwanis meeting wi! be held Thursday night at 6:3 o'clock in the Y. M. c. A. in con nection with the hobby show. F. M Humphrey, vice president of th club, who presided, said that Ki wanis Gov. John S. Nollen of Grin nell will pay the local club a visi April 9. Hi-Y, Lincoln Patrol Hear Talks on Safety Principles of safety were emphasized Wednesday night at a meeting of the Hi-Y" club in the Y. M. C. A. when members of the Lincoln school patrol were guests. Seventy heard the safety talks by Officers John L. Smith and Edgar Faber of the Iowa state highway patrol and Police Officer John Hrubetz. Smart Glasses At Prices You Pleased to Pay . Will Be , . See Us. JENSEN GLASSES DRS.WELlS-KITCHfN OPTOMETRISTS 110'/ 2 N. Fed. MasoiuCiry Extra Values in March Give Real Convenience to Your Home at a Saving! Special $2.95 Here's a chance to provide year 'round household pleasure for your home with any of the practical appliances suggested here. Electrical conveniences do wonders toward lightening the day's tasks -- and economically, loo. Pay for them conveniently. Your Choice Easy Terms 95c DOWN, 50e A MO. Small Carrying Charge This Attractive G-E Sandwich Grill, $3.95 This Waffle Iron, Spring Special, $4.95 P-G-^E- PEOPLES GAS AND RECTKIC COMBWV TREASURER GETS TAKEN TO TASK Governor Objects to Lettei Sent to Taxpayer in Fayette County. BES MOINES : l.T'l--Gov. Clyde L. Herring took Fayette County Treasurer Lee to task Thursday after receiving a copy of a letter in which Lee saicl the state tax levy is "higher than it ever has been.' .The governor said Lee wrote the letter to a taxpayer to explain why the taxpayer's taxes increased from ?48 to $93. "The treasurer." the governor heatedly declared, "is obviously wrong. The state levy is not higher. The increase is due to local levies." FILES BUILDING CODE OBJECTION Edith McGuire Seeks Permit to Build Garage Up to Lot Line. Notice of an appeal from a decision of D. H. Shire, acting- building commissioner and enforcement officer, in refusing to issue a building lermit to Edith May McGuire for he construction of a fire-proof pri- /ate garage on the west property ine of the east So feet of Lot 1 in Block 52 in the Horace G. Parker addition, was filed in a petition Thursday at the city clerk's office. The petition further states that Mr. Shire refused the permit because the garage would be within three feet of the lot line, which is in violation of the present building code. The petition will come before the Board of Adjustment and also requests that the board issue a building permit for the construction of the garage. The notice of appeal was drawn up by Attorneys D. H. Fitzpatrick and C. W. Barlow. Sheriff Has Diphtheria; Prisoners May Be Moved MARENGO, (.Tt--Because Sheriff M. Engelbert has developed diphtheria, Iowa county supervisors are considering ways and means of transferring prisoners to the county jail at Iowa City. Roosevelt is going to call a conference to discuss the question whether industry can take on more men. It will soon have to let the old ones ;f if white house lunacy isn't abated.--Ynklmn, Wash., lic- piiblie. "LAMBS" BACK IN WALL STREET Public Entry Into Market Disturbs Some of More Thoughtful Brokers. THOMAS K. FLANAGAN Associated Press financial Writer NEW YORK. M')--The lambs arc tripping back to Wall street to gambol with the bulls and bears in a way that has some of the more thoughtful sections of brokerage opinion frankly disturbed. Many veterans of the security business hold that the great market boom of the late '20s never completely lost touch with business realities until the "public" stepped in and gave stocks a whirl. Most of those who make their living in the majority seairity markets remember that merry-go-round ride too well--including the economic vertigo and nausea which followed it--to be anxious to 117 it again. Standing liooin Only. Yet with the current bull market just past its first birthday the stock ticker tape is once more playing to standing room only in Wall street brokers' offices. Many of the old faces, nearly for gotten in the brokers' shops since the days of 1929, have reappeared. And there arc plenty of new ones that yet bear a disconcerting likeness to some of the "shorn sheep" of seven years ago. Brokers are careful to point out that the past year's rise in share prices, very nearly a one way ride until the current European war scare came along, appears to have had an "easy money" foundation, with much of the buying coming from institutions and large investors. Called "Good Buying." Such operations are what Wall street calls "good buying," because it comes from generally well informed sources that make a business of studying values. Their fear is that less experienced hands may come in in such numbers as to dominate the situation. An overdose of public optimism might easily bring such a result, and a reptition of the "late unpleasantness" of 1929, some brokers think. Asked what types of traders are taxing the seating capacity of brokerage houses, one well known broker said: Get All Kinds. "We get all kinds. The green little fellow with a few hundred dollars and the smart trader who operates on a big scale." Like others, the broker had his story to tell of incidents here and there that seemed disquieting. "A housemaid," he said, "came into my office the other day with $15,000. I sent her away. But cases like that have been arising pretty often lately." $22,900 ASKED IN DAMAGE SUITS Petitions Outgrowth of Crash Near Dumont in Blizzard on Night of Jan. 28. Two damage suits aggregating $22,900 were filed in district court here Thursday against the Chicago and North Western Railroad company and Charles P. Megan, trustee, as the result of the collision the night of last Jan. 28 in which Herbert Stevens was killed and Lewis S. Fisher was critically injured when the automobile which Fisher was driving with Stevens as a passenger struck a freight train which was standing on the railroad crossing on highway No. 10 east of Dumont. Both parties were residents of Crystal Lake. Rulh Stevens, administratrix- of the Stevens estate, asked 1520,000 damages and Fisher asked $2.000 damages for personal injuries and $400 for damages to his car which he claims was demolished. The petitions, filed by Scnneff, Bliss and Senncff, charged the railroad with negligence in blocking the highway for an "unreasonable length of time," in not maintaining any lookout, watchman or other signaling device, in failing to take the proper precautions for the safety of the plaintiff in view of the Try Me and See.. If I will not be a Blessing to YOUR FEET Stetson Shoes shown in Blue, Grey, Fawn and Brown Bucko. Oh! So Soft, and the price will not be high in the end. LAIRD'S H E. STATE ST. Whcr e shoes are really fitted severe blizzard at the time of the collision and in failing to break the train at the point of the intersection with the highway. MATTER OVKK MINI Vcnzke's mile triumph over Cunningham and the Cunningham jinx was a triumph of matter over mind. Will Include Sunday. HUMBOLDT, (UP)--The Hum- boklt county fair, to be held Sept. '1-7. will include Sunday and Labor day for the first time in its 77 years, A. B. Myles, fair association secretary, announced. Mylcs said a program of events in keeping with the Sabbath would be planned for that day. Will Receive Bills. WAVEIILY. (UP)--Bids for concrete paving on primary No. 93 from Faycttc county line westward three miles through Sumncr will be received in April, it was announced. Letting of the contract was delayed pending federal approval of the project. A new departure in government benefits is made in the soil conservation program which replaces the AAA. Farmers are to be paid for keeping land in pastures and in such crops as alfalfa even though they had no intention of taking it out of that use.--United States News. SYSTEM FREED OF POISONS BY GLY-CAS Suffered Ten Years w i l h Constipation. Stomach Trouble: . Neuritis Added to Her Miserable Condition; Gly-Cas Action Quick and Thorough. "Gly-Cas made me a new person even after all else failed," said Mrs. Asa Harlan, 500 E. Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa. "Constipation for the past ten years had allowed my system to become so clogged MRS. ASA HARLAN with poisons I was miserable most of the time. Head ached continually and had such dizzy attacks. My stomach became disordered, and after most every meal I endured such nervous indigestion it took all the joy out of eating for me. Gas formed so badly I would become short of breath. Then to make my condition worse--neuritis settled in my neck, arms and back of my head and the sharp stabbing pains made my life almost unbearable. I was tired and worn-out and so discouraged as everything seemingly lost its power when put to the test on my case--but finally I began Gly-Cas and it was truly different." "Gly-Cas brought about a remarkable change in my condition," she continued. "Today my entire system has been regulated, stomach and bowels in fine condition, those dreadful poisons have been eliminated and I ani again feeling" fine. Even that awful neuritis has been greatly improved and I am . enjoying the best health 1 have had in many years. There is only one Gly- Cas and sufferers should realize it and profit by it." Gly-Cas Is sold by Michael DrUj Company, 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. 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