The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 8, 1939 · Page 28
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 28

Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, March 8, 1939
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CURRENT EVENTS--Discussed by Rural Youths Security to Be Subject on March 22 Throughout C e r r o G o r d o county youths are meeting and discussing current' topics under the sponsorship of the Rural Young People's organization. Already tiie 1939 program is under way and the group has held five meetings centering on "teachers annuities," "Why is old age pension more of a current question today than 35 years ago';" "What effect will another war have on democracy?" a travel talk and current events. "Furm Security and Rehabilitation" will be the next topic to be discussed March 22 with Gilbert Gunnerson as leader. The committee in charge will be Eobert Findson, Goldie Pine and Clifford Anderson. The second annual banquet Ruckcr, Marjorie will be staged April 12. At the April 2G meeting, the picture "Hivers" will be shown. The second annual four county party will be held May 10 and the committee is Wayne Dorothy RucUer and Bartlett. A book review will he presented at the May 24 meeting. The committee includes Lenore Sorenson, Leigh Curran and James Smith. Civil service will be explained at the June 14 meeting by C. E. Price of the Mason City postoffice. C. Arnold Anderson of the Iowa State college will talk on "Population Trends" at the June 28 meeting. Plan Picnic The annual picnic will be held at Clear Lake July 12. Robert Clark of the Iowa State college extension service will be the speaker. Nature study will be the topic at the July 2G meeting. The North Iowa fair will be the event at the Aug. 9 meeting and the committee will include Leigh Curra/i, Lloyd Fairbanks and John Freese. Current events and vocations will be discussed at the Aug. 23 meeting. Miss Hazel V. Thomas, county superintendent of schools, will talk on state aid ior schools at the meeting Sept. 13. Reorganization of government will be discussed by State Senator Earl Dean at the Sept. 27 meeting. Schedule M. E. Olson Marion E. Olson, county agricultural extension agent, will be the speaker at the Oct. 11 meeting. His topic will be "Farm Home Safety." T. L. Connor, Red Cross first aid instructor, will give a demonstration on first aid at the same meeting. A Hallowe'en party will be staged at the Oct. 25 meeting. The annual meeting of the organization will be held Nov. 8 during which reports and program suggestions for 1940 will be presented.- Also during November a tour to various cities in Iowa will be conducted. The annual 4-H club banquet will be held in December and this will be followed on Dec. 27 by the annual Christmas party and election of officers. JUST BUTTER TO YOU . . . . . . BUT A REPUTATION TO US Directs Home Demonstration Serving the World's Finest Butter Makes Our Business Grow 75 -- NORTH IOWA CREAMERIES CO-OPERATING -- 75 Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. MASON CITY, IOWA Mrs. Florence Ferguson has been . h o m e demonstration agent for Cerro Gordo and Hancock counties during the past three years. She also is head of the girls 4-H club work. She lives in Clear Lake and formerly was employed as home economics teacher in the Vinton high school. Asserts Risks Are Increasing Deadline for Yield Entries ( Is March 18 \ AMES--With the closing date' 'or entries in the 1939 Iowa corn · yield test set at March 18, ap- * roximately 150 of the antici- i ated 850 entries have been received to date, Joe L. Robinson, secretary of the Iowa Corn and Small Grain Growers' associa- ion and Iowa State college agronomist, announced Wednesday. Several minor changes have :een made in the 1939 rules, Robinson said. They include a, restriction limiting the tots" number of entries made by anV one individual or concern to' 72. No individual or concern may enter in the regular class of each section more than one kind of corn of which less than 500 bushels was produced for seed purposes in 1938. A fee of $4 for each 1 regular district entry will be charged for corn entered from Iowa and a $6.50 fee will be charged for regular district entry for corn, entered from outside the state. April 1 is the deadline for experimental entries and they must be in the hands of the association by. that time. According to Robinson, a total of 1,110 entries was received last year. Use Rubber Slapper A hog slapper that is humane may be made from a piece of inner tube about three feet long and a stick or piece of hose about three or four inches long. The tubing is lashed to the stick or hose piece. J. X. Stevens, secretary ot the Fanners Mutual Insurance association, states that risks with the company are constantly on the increase, having passed the 14 million mark in the last year. 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