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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 13, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTB MARCH 13 ·! 1931 6,QPD ATTEND NIGHT FARM SCHOOL SESSIONS IN STATE a -4 ( I ! i 79 SCljQOLS IN IOWA ARE HELD Series of Meetings Devotee ,, to Some Agricultural * f ·' Subject Study. AMES/ March 13--Six thousand Iowa farmers attended, 79 evening schools taught by high school vocational -.agriculture teachers in the last three months,, according to a checkup recently made by, the Iowa State college' 'vocational education department. These night schools have been held in many North lows towns. , ' In these schools the farmers have gathered at their local .high schools and discussed the successful and unsuccessful methods of managing farm enterprises, the teacher serving as chairman rather than as a lecturer. t \ Each school -lias consisted of a series of /10 or more meetings de- voted to some phase of farming. The subjects studied ranked In-popularity as follows: Swings, soils and legumes, dairy, farm 'management, corn and small grains, beef cattle, poultry and farm mechanics. 'During the course of the^scfiool each member?made a plan in which he stated he /would improve his methods as a result of the ideas presented in the ' classes. Several tours were conducted to see the le- sulta members obtained with their Improved methods. *. Woolstock; Eagle Grove I. 0. 0. F. Merger Voted EAGLE GROVE, March 13.--At a meeting on Tuesday evening it was-unanimously voted- that ' the Woolstock lodge would unite with Golden Liriks Lodge of Odd Feilowa pf Eagle Grove\This will make this one of the strongest lodges in the state The X O. O. F. building ic Eagle Grove" is a three story building. __. ClarksviUe Man Named- Meteorologist at Utah CLARKSVILE, March 13.--Paul Hagarty left for Modena, Utah, where he has, a federal appointment as meteorologist. His brother, Joseph, is assistant meterologist at Wilmington, N. Car. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hagarty. Branch of W.C.,T.U, ' " Formed at Bancrof .BANCROFT, March- 13.--Mrs Elsham of Forest Ciity completed an organisation o£ a* branch'of the W C. T. U. here. Miss Lenarfiennet was elected president/Mrs. O. F Plath, secretary, and Mrs. Lenore Bryden, treasurer, Many Cars Tagged* in .West Union Campaign WEST UNION, Mawh 13.--City officials have taken steps to enforce motor f traffic regulations in order to prevent injury or death to persons, especially children, within the city limits, they stated. The drive has been on forj nearly five weeks and nearly 300 drivers have been given tickets to see'Mayor E, C Johnston. f In the v last five weeks only $14 have been collected in fines. First offenders are given a warning; second offenders are fined $1 and coats. r "*. Lecture at Greene Is, ,' , Given by Mrs. Vqllanc GREENE, March 13.--Mrs, Roscoe H. Volland of Iowa City gave an Illustrated lecture at the" meeting oi the Ladies .Embroidery club at the bome'bf Mrs. G. Ai Carney on "Iowa the Beautiful Land." Mrs. Vollanij is a former resident of Greene. Eagle Grove Music Club Has Annual Guest Night EAGLE^GROVB, March'13.--The annual guest night'observance wag ield by the A. Sharp music club at the*C. N. W. clubrooms.-The president, Mrs. J. 1 C. Anderson, was in charge of the program. Those appearing were Marvin Hasktn, Marfaret McCgrnack, Mrs. P. D. Cowan, Virs. Gordon Pain, -Mrs. Wyatt Smith, Harriett Frey, Marcella Toll- ion, ""Genevieve Fenner, Inez Mid- and, Esther Coons, Miss Unni Uaeretn, Miss Erna Webb, Eva Fagan, Phyllis Mobre and Bernice Stock. , Elected tor Iowa Agriculturist AMES, March 13.--George Strayer, Hudson, and Bruce Kilpatrick, Harlen, . have: been elected editor and business manager, respectively of the Iowa Agriciilturist, student monthly agricultural magazine of owa'State college" ' Go to Newton l _N- a -R. Terpstra-received word Wednesday ^"evening of the serious Illness of his father at Newton. He and Mrs. Terpstra left at once for Newton.', New Seats Installed , BELMOND^-The Lyric ' theater seats .are' being' ^replaced by new and more up-to-date ones. ' ,* Attend Dental Convention LYLB, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. A. A Lee returned from Minneapolis where vthey 'attended a dental convention. Are Given. Reception KEN SETT--A reception was given in,±he lodge hall Wednesday evening fo;r Mr., and Mrs. Arthur Tabbert, who were recently married at Decorah. They i will make Ken- sett'their home. . ' i * - . Mrs. Matoon HI STILSON--Mrs. Fred Matoon has been 1 quite ill the past few days, but is better. ,, _ ,./ 'Teachers Are Entertained BELMOND^-Teachers of the Belmond schoolsjmet for a dinner parly when teachers,- new at Belmond this year entertained other teachers at the H. L. Gowdy home. ' Go to Minneapolis - LYLT3, Minn.--Mr. and Mra. Rick left for Mlnneapolis,owherq they wil spend a few days on business v Leaves for California KBNSETT--Mrs. Ernie Walk left for an all summer's t visit 'in different points of California with'rel- atives:- Mr. .Walk" will stay with his brother, Art Walk, east of Kensett Accompanied By Son PLYMOUTH--Mrs. A. Laraway, accompanied by her son, .-Albert D., drove to Northwood Tuesday where Mr, Laraway visited Mr. and Mrs. Nels Thorson. · ., Woman's Clnb Meets THORNTON--The Woman's club met at t the home of Mrs. R. D. Larson .Wednesday., Mrs. James Hebf- mlng" gave a review bf the life of Bess Streeter Aldrich and Mrs. Cora Alberty read an article on chrysan- Jjemums. Is HI at Belmond BELMOND^-iMrs. Albert Hanson sjill at her home. Her sister, Miss Mellgren, Eagle Grove, is caring for her. · , ' ..Elected School Director MARBLE'ROCK--At the BChoojl election Lloyd Clay was elected director Jor, a ,tezW'of., three years % rt _ v1A*-nM. 1 "*W «1~.11_. . i V * . Von can now buy Utash \quality for the lowest terms i In TVash history ,. ' , "" * , TN.'a great ptiniber of instances --where the ^ ·*- re-sale value of-their used car equals or ' , r exceeds the down-payment--many families find that withoiit paying a single cent in cash, they may now drive a new Nash. They simply trade in their present car as the first and; * principal payment. x '' The desirability of buying a new Nash now, . when prices have reached the lowest levels in , Nash hjstory, is plainly apparent, j Our extremely low delivered prices emphasize the investme'nt value of the Nash car-- Awhile, · the cars themselves present overwhelming proof, in feature after feature, that they are the highest quality Nash has ever produced and the soundest investments in their respective fields. , Come in-- inspect the new Nash 'cars-- and ' go for a test drive. Then learn for how little money you can own a new Nash. ( A NEW DEAL TODAY'S DOLLARjl ' Delivered Prices -- Gars Fully Eqiiipjped --Nothing More to Buy!;/ ' * - · i - - · ' · ' ' Six -60 4 -Door Sedan' Ei|ht-77 4-Dopr Sedmii DcUrerMl 51068 "· Dtll T «r«d Eigtit-80 4-Door Sedan l., 121' Whetlbw* '1415 Eight-90 4-Door 8-eyi., 124', Wheclbu* $ 1717 D«liT«red KJecknei--Nash Company 22S Second St. ». W, Phone 208 HERE AND THERE * " * , . % , , ? * ' *, x *, ,· » · · * * . . · · · · * MiscellanyuB Items Ffolo 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota . E D y g h F e r n a n Willie Alpers'and RayinofKruggel feturned to" State Teachers' college, Cedar.Faljs, to continue thefr studies after spending the end of the winter quarter here. Returns to Clarkiville' CLARKSVILLE -- Mrs.. F r a n k Ferris, who has been visiting her son. Dr. L. H. Ferrisund family,'at Melbourne since before Christmas, s staying at the Warren Hickle home here. . ' Circle Meeting Planned PLYMOUTH--The Sunday, school union social circle will be enter-, tained Friday evening at the Laraway .homestead. , Birthday Is Celebrated , THORNTON--Mrs. Elmer ChMs- tensen entertained 20 little friends of her son, Wayne, at a birthday party in bis honor Wednesday. Wayne was.four years old. j SO Votes Cast BELMOND--At Belmond there were only 30 votes cast at the school election Monday. H. ,F. Lulck was re-elected to the bbard and C. O. Fitts re-elected treasurer. · "· · Submits to Operation. x CALMAR--Mrs. Ole Kiel was operated on for a goiter at' the hospital in La Crosae,. Wis., Wednesday morning. · . WHAT MAKES PEOPLE MOODY? , Dro you know that our ne«UM and onr moods are closely related to intestinal' cleanliness 7 ' : 'j' .When the system is clogged by constipation, -poisons are generated. Often these bring on headaches- and listlessness."You Jeel blue, or become irritable. The' poisons of' constipation .' frequently aggravate nervous :· troubles, rheumatism, highblopd- ; .pressure aiid heart ^rouble. ,V ''. J -5/et cbhatip«tfpn : can : -B« over- · ' '.come by -eating' a delicious- cereal:. KeHoifg's ALI^BRAW. Two tableapoonfuls daily are- guaranteed to relieve both temporary anii recurring constipation, Try it -with' milk or cream. Use in cooking too. JJecIpes on the red-and-green package. Au BRAN also supplies iron for the , blood. At all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Greek. · A L L - B R A N PHYSICIAN AT 97 "Worry is worse than work," says^ Dr. W.- A. Allen, above, Rochester, Minn., believed tovbe the oldest practicing physician in' the" United States, He re-, ,' cently celebrated his ~ 97th ' birthday. Dr., Allen' has not slept, more than foor hours oat of .every .24 ~for the past 68 years, and says most folk sleep too much. .. , YOUR IOWA One Interesting' FWt Every Day About the' State Ton Are Proud to Call roar Own! Iowa sent to New York City during January, February and March of last year a total of 7,409,757 pounds of dressed poultry, which was 15 per cent of all the poultry received in the/.city during those months. , ' Go to DM Moines. TON^rMr.· and Mrs..R'. A. Nack'made a business trip to Des* Moinea Wednesday. , Mrs. Bxtse Hostess. - STAL'^-LAltE--MreA'H, T. Rose w«ut hostess ;tb : L*d!es aid held it churchi basement Thursday afternoon. , ( j- ' Are From Bine Earth. 1 THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs, Wilard Batchler, Bliie BJarth, Minn,, came Thursday to spend a few days with their parents, vMr. and Mrs. John Batchler. Returns to Long- Beaich. 1 YD-^-Mrs.- Mabel McF.arland feturned to; her. home in Long Beach after a visit with her aister, Mrs. George Rankta. Dies in Minneapolis ' ROCKFORD--Rockford relatives of Jama's Graham, Minneapolis, received word of the death of his wife at Minneapolis. She leaves an infant son 6 days 'old. Mr. Graham fs a nephew of Mrs; Walter Graham. Burial will be, at .Rochester^ Minn. Uves in Plalnfleld CALMAR-v-Mrs. Cooper returned to her home in Plainfiel^ after spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs.' Frank Potter. ' ' Goes, to .Seattle ROCKF.ORD^-Miss 'Lucille Bennett, who made ail extended visit in the home; of her'Bister, Mrs. Keith Rushing, 1 left-.Wednesday! by auto to? Ames and from there ahe went to Seattle, where ahe; will Join her mother, Mrs.' D. O. Bennett, Miss Bennett is a nurse afld-wilj work in Washington 'state. ' ' ··-'..- Recovers Froiii Operation GRAFTON^A'rthur White!is recuperating : from an' operation for appendicitis'which he recently underwent at bsagei. - Pioneei-Is Seriously III NASHUA--Jasper Shufelt, pfoneflf citizen, who has been critically ill the past.-few .days, Is -slightly improved. /Mra. .Shufelt'is also quite ill. Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Cedar Falls, 'a^id another daughter from Minneapolis and three sons' have been called home, ,'!· ' ,-.,-..'-.' Leave for^ Omaha'.-'' CALMAR--Mr. ' and 'Mrs. Roy Williamson's brother left Thursday afternoon:for their tiome'in Omaha after a 'vlslt : with: Mr^ and Mrs. !G. H.-Sathaway.: Dale Hathaway accompanied them- on their return trip for a visit at Omaha and Ameg. ' : ' VQo to Des Moines v R O C K F 0 R Et-WilUain Teries and Keith- Rushing drove to Des Mpi£ea, WtJVnesday., , . ' :' - · '' Attends Mollne Celebration : , ! dALMAR^-iMr v aid . Mrs. 0 Frank Cangdon -and i children left Tuesday f or Mollne',: HL, to 'attend the golden wedding ' celebration of Mr. Cangdon's parefata. '·.'··· · ' · . , Ladles' Aid Meets " ROCKFORD--Circle B of the Methodist-Ladles' Aid society held a St.Patrick's day kensington at the home of, JHrs. H. C. Batty Wednesday afte'rnoon. About 35 were present and a program of readings was given by. the school children. Mrs. G. H. a paper on the life of St. Patrick. ' " Go to Hawkeye CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Giiy Hathaway and daughter, Ruth, went :o Hawkeye Wednesday to visit at he home of Mra. Hathaway'a mother, Mrs. Clara Williamson. Daughter Is Born OSAQE-- Mr. and Mrs. Cromer have a daughter, Janicft aough, born at Savr« hospital Tuesday night. / ' , ,Was In Lyle /LYLE, Mtnn.-r-Frank Pavelec returned to his home at Hanover, Minn., after, a few days spent In Lyle on business. Are Board Members KENSETT-- At 'the school election, this week 'with no opposition the same directors wsre appointed and re-elected.' Those on the board are ,Ed Fent, Cart 'Lewis and J. J. Boyette, Axe Attending Convention THORNTON-- Harry Sondergaard and Elmer Christensen are attending a poultry and egg dealers' con j vention at Des Moines this week. Return From Florid*. ARKDALB-- Art Poque^t and Lester Richard, who drove, to Florida last fall, returned Wednesday. ' Buys Bristow Property. ·BRISTOW-- Edward Rheingaus purchased the property north of the park, owned by C, A. Waitef and will liva there soonf* Come i From Oraceville. . CRYSTAL LAKE-- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tiggeman\ of -Graceville, Minn., are staying at the A. O. Chris tenson home until the house formerly occupied by Roy Gelner la ready for them. I I Come From California. CARNER-^Mr. and Mrs, R. B. Shannon · came fr6m Los Angeles for a visit in the Rex Shannon home'.- They will- visit relatives of Mrs. Shannon in Des Moines and Kansas City before returning home. Return iFrom Chicago. .LATniER-- '·Alfred Schemer and Henry Miller returned this week from Chicago, where they; took several cars of. stock. Are at Crystal Lake. - CRYSTAL LAKE-- Mr. and Mrs 1 . Chris Gitlstrap and two daugbteru, Carol and Arllne, of Huron, S. Dak., came to spend a few days visiting at' Crystal Lake. They will return Sunday. * Daughter la Born. BANCROFT-- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr are the parents of a, baby girl, born Tuesday. The Carrs have one other daughter. Entertain Ladies Aid. AREDALE-- Mrs. Howard Hopkins,- Mrs. Nels Hartgraves, Mrs. Fred Wirth and Mrs.' Homer Stout entertained the .LaeUes aid of the M, ,Er,church,a,t.the Hopkins home Thuraoa ' -' ^^ LATTMBR-- Miss ' Jane' Damm was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Hampton, Wednesday, where sh« will remain for treatment. . Arc From Des Moinea. CRYSTAL LAKE-- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Glllstrap of Des Moines vlsit- e'd at Cryital Lake Wednesday. \ Comes From South Dakota. ROCK FALLS-- Earl Church, manager of the J. J. Newberry store, in Mitchell, S. Dale., is spending his vacation with his sister, Mrs. C. C. Cornell, Rock Fall*, and parents, MA and Mrs. Church, three miles southeast of here. = Come From Graettlnjer. LATJMER -- Mrs. .Sorensen. 'and daughter, 'Miss' Mary Sorenaen at Graettlcger are Vlsittag a few days In the A, T. Johansen rural -farm home west 'of -town;' Attend Vaccination SchooL NASHUA-- Mr, Simonson, atate ^veterinary of Ames,,hel4 a vaccination school at the Mina Ernwine farm, two miles east of Nashua Thursday and : Frlday. Twenty-two fanners east of- Nashua, are learn. ing to vaccinate hogs. Leaves lor Rochester. j WHTTTEMORB i .^- Frank Wets-. brod, Emmetsburg, who has been a patient at McCreery hospital left Wednesday for Rochester, Minn., where he will enter',; a hospital for treatment. - ·,·: · " '· · ' Return to takota. ' . LAKOTA,-- Peter Bruen and the Misses Lebna Meyer and Julia -M. Lies veld returned home Wednesday afternoon from ; several days visit with friends at Chula,- Mo. Wads Ball who bad been spending several weeks with relatives there accompanied them home. ' Is From council Bluffs. , BRISTOW-- Mrs. Maud Arnold of Council Bluffs,- who has Men visiting her son, Clayton and (family here for some time went to Clarka- ville Wednesday to visit in the home o f Mrs. EllaSiet* · · ' · · · · · . ! Visited at Sioux FaOa. LATIMER-- Mrs. W. R. Potter returned this week from a visit at Sioux Falls, 8. Dak., with her son, Kenn«th Potter and wife, ·' · Eighth Daughter Born. CRYSTAL LAKEJ^Mr. and Mra. Hans Iverson are parents of a baby girl born Wednesday- night This makes their eighth, girl and they have-two boya. . : ·'·?·' . · Are Garner Quests. " ·' /_ GARNERH-Mr. : and · Mrs. ( Sam Tadlock' and .baby boy are' housed guests, of. Mr.' -and Mrs. ,Bud Huil and will probably' locate here :· per-: mahently later. Mr. Tadlock' has been electrician at Aberdeen, S. Dak., but because of rheumatism is taking a re»t, Mrs. Hull is a slater of Mr. Tadlock. · Mother Dies at Mollne. ROCKFORD, March* 18.-- Word received by W. A, Briggs from Mo- llnft n HI., Thursday bora the newt of the death of Mrs. Briggs' mother, Mrs. Hannah Swanson, Wednesday afternoon. She suffered a stroke of apoplexy wh'ioh caused her death. Mrs. Briggs was summoned to her bedside on Saturday and has been with her 'mother since, Mr. Briggs left Thursday to attend the funeral which will b« held Saturday. . ; Krogstaii Elected President of Co-Op Creamery at Osage OSAQE, March IS.--At the annual meeting of the Osage Co-operative creamery Oscar Krogatad was elected president t fUl the vacancy caused ty the death of A. O. McDougall and Judsoh Burtch was reelected secretary-manager. Fred Leach was made vice president, Frank'Jacobs was-re-elected director aid Charles Nleol succeeds Dorsey DeLaney on the board. It was decided to adopt the individual cab method of hauling cream. De- spite low prices fop butter the reports = showed a successful year and the 8 per cent v per capita dividend will be paid as usual. I Osage Liquor Trial ' ' Is Taken From jury -OSAGE, March IS,--In thencase of the State of Iowa vs. Ray Warburton, jury trial, the judge took the ease out of the hands of the jury Thursday and directed a verdict for the defendant. This case had been appealed, from justice court earlier in the week. His trial on charge of^ bootlegging takes place today. Harry A. Bloom of Cresco Purchases / New Era at Elma CRESCO, March 13.--Mrs. Frank Howard, publisher of the Elma New Era, sold the paper to Harry A. Bloom of Cresco who will take possession March 20. The Elma New Era' is a -weekly newspaper, ,pub^ lished at Elma. Frank Howard; who died in a . train crash, was editor and proprietor nearly 30 years. The new proprietor, Harry Bloom, has been foreman of the Jobbing department of the Cresco Plain Dealer for the past six years. ' ,» Farmers- Free Demonstration 1 ! -- Of -ADVANCE RUMELY AND NEW IDEA LINE of POWER FARM MACHINERY Tuesday, March- 17.-- Afternbori and Evening RtlMELY 6-CYL. TRACTOR RUMELlTDO ALL TRACTOR and its attachments v ADVANCE RUMELY THRESHER NEW IDEA LINE OF MANURE SPREADERS, HAY TOOLS - CORN PICKERS, ETC. ' , ONE OR MORE NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADERS will be sold to highest bidder. Sealed bids taken afternoon and evening. FREE -- MOVING, PICTURES -- FREE Darinff toe afternoon and evening pictures of tractors, threshers, combines, etc., In actual operation. Also entertainment feature--"Ride 'Em Cowboy." Balmat-Duesenberg Company BLOCK EAST OF HA*NFORD HOTEL Never Before... Has An Electric, Porcelain Tub, Quality Washer With All the Features of the -*-nr*f ~M--'-^ tr- t - . "1 J Sold For Less Thtin $98.50 NOW A New Irnproved Voss at This New Low Price AND ONLY $2.95 DOWN!! The Greatest Value-Giving Offering in Years --BECAUSE NEVER BEFORE has a quality PORCELAIN TUB /washer (with these'high-priced features ever been ': · sold at less than $98.501 · '-r-BEOAUSE you receive twice as much value, quality, serv- · ice as you pay for! , ' - '; ;_ --BECAUSE NEVER BEFORE have you had the oppor- ' ,. tunlty · to-procure'the type of .-washer'you-have always / ' ' . ' - .wanted at anywhere near this price! · ; 1 --BECAUSE NEVER BEFORE have manufacturing condi- ' - tioas been such as to make possible the production of a machine of this marvelous construction to sell so low! --BECAUSE this event offers, the opportunity to everyone to procure the best machine on the 'market at a very . " , moderate price. ( - , Currie-Van Ness Company "Maintained By Merit"

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