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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27 · 1937 LOWE, ALGONA, NAMED PRESIDENT OF WILDLIFE GROUP ft f U APPROPRIATION GAIN IS URGED Ferris of Hampton, Geske of McGregor Elected Directors. DBS MOINES, (/P)--J. D. Lowe, Algeria, was elected president ol the Iowa Wildlife federation at a meeting ol the state organization here Friday. The federation, attended by approximately 125 sportsmen, club women and representatives of 4-H clubs, Girl Scouts, and civic organizations, adopted a resolution urging an increase from $110.000 to 5300,000 in the annual state appropriation of the Iowa conservation commission. Other officers elected included: State Senator Roy Stevens, Ottumwa, vice president, and Mrs. Faye Huttonlocher, Des Moines, secretary-treasurer. D i r e c t o r s elected to serve in their corresponding congressional districts included: C. A. Shaeffer, Fort Madison, first district; Theodore C. Lorenzen, Davenport, second district; Wayne Ferris, Hampton, third; .State Senator M. X. Geske, McGregor, fourth; Mrs. H. C. Taylor, Bloomfield, fifth; Mrs. Fred C. Weitz, Des Moines, sixth; F. E. Morley, Fontanelle, seventh; L. P. Stillman, Dolliver, eighth, and R. P. Glassburn, Sioux City, ninth. Former Hotel Man Dies at Greene; To Be Buried in Greene GREENE--Funeral services for Eli Stevenson, 68, who died at his home, will be held Sunday afternoon at the local Presbyterian church, with the Rev. F. A. Mun- neke officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson came to Greene from Algona and occupied arid operated the Kessler hotel several years, until ill health caused him to give up active busi- nes. He is a member of the Masonic lodge at Rockford, 111. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Leona McGraw of Eockford, III.,.and Ruth, at home; two sons, Arthur, in the CCC camp at Hampton, Iowa, and Charles, who is employed at Waterloo. Burial will be in (he cemetery at Algona. Nora Springs Editor's Brother Dies in Kansas NORA SPRINGS --Lafe Hill, editor of .the Nora Springs Adver- itiser, received word of the death of his brother, W. F. Hill of Westmoreland, Kansas, who died suddenly. His brother was nearly 81, and had been publisher of the Westmoreland Recorder for almost 50 years. He was a prominent school man and had served three terms in the Kansas legislature, and was past president of the Kansas State Editorial Association. Leaves for Wcstby.' RAKE--Miss Clarine Olson left Thursday for Weslby,- Wis., to visit until Sunday at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olson and family. FLOATING SHIFT ~ TOUCH SKLECTOI and other feature* FOUR MODELS fyfatf CORONA P O R T A B L E S MAX BO YD 111 East Stale Street niasou City :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From -125 Globe-Gazette .Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern 'Minnesota Honored at Shower MANLY--Miss Dallas Schindele was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Tuesday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. Charles Schindele .with Mrs. August Christiansen assisting hostess. Twenty-five neighbors and friends were entertained. After the guests were assembled a mock wedding was presented. Mrs. Russell Nick- warner assisted by Mrs. Oscar M. Olson entertained at a miscellaneous sho%ver Thursday afternoon at the Olson home honoring Miss Schindele. Honored at Shower. MANLY--Miss Rosalind Hand- right was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Al Swartz. Bridge was the diversion of the evening, Mrs. Carl Workman and Miss Handright receiving prizes. Returns to Kimbrae. GALT--I. H. Brigger of Kim- brae, Minn., who spent the past week with his son and family, W. F. Brigger and family, returning home Friday. Construction Company Dissolved. BELMOND--The Hildebrand and Kragh Construction company announced that the firm is dissolving as a construction company and retiring permanently from all other contracting. Mr. Hildebrand resigned from the legislative committee of the centra] branch of the A. G. C. Leave for IMadison. CALMAR--Charles Hein left Tuesday .for Madison, Wis., aftei spending two weeks with his father, Lee Hein. Are Parents of Son. MANLY--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fatro, Thursday, a boy Mr. Patro is employed by Phillip Strand. Mrs. Patro is a niece of Mrs. Pete Anderson of Manly. Visitor From Minneapolis. BELMOND--Hay Hass of Minneapolis is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hass. Honored on Birthday. LUVERNE--"America's Problems' 1 was the subject of the Tuesday club's program at the home of Hulda Fritzemeier. Mrs. Ed Hof, vhose birthday fell on the same date as the club meeting was hon- red. Mrs. Peter Thompson's pa- ter WRS based on an article in the Christian Century magazine and vas on "Relief" and Mrs. Her- iert Smith's topic was "Temper- .nce." Sliovel Snow From Track. LELAND -- The .M. and St: L. ailroad through here' hired sev- ral extra men for Friday and Saturday to shovel snow from be- ween the rails and clear the track vhere the snow is piled up. Return From Buffalo. .LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. G. A. Harton returned home after having pent some time at the home of ler daughter, Mrs. Bob Rick and amily, at Buffalo. Minn. Return From Florida. S T I L SON -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Banner, who spent part of the winter in Florida, have re- urned home; Returns From Austin. SWALEDALE -- Winning Rice ·eturned from several days' visit with friends in Austin, Minn. Births Are Reported. T H O M P S O N -- Born to Mr. a n d Mrs. H e r m a n Helland Thursday, an 8 pound girl. This makes three children. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Michaelson, Friday morning, a 9 pound girl. Meets at Parsonage. BRITT--The W. C. T. U. met Priday at the Methodist parsonage with Mrs. C. N. McMillan. Births Are Reported. OSAGE -- -Mr. and Mrs. Aloyis iCoenig are parents of a daughter prn Thursday at the Nissen hospital here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jo- lanns arc the parents of a 101» pound boy born Wednesday eve- ling ;it the Nissen hospital. Sister Dies in Colorado. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. T. C. Colister, wife of the Rev. Mr. Collis- er, was called to Canyon City, Colo., .because of the death of her ister, Miss Margaret McGown. Come In Tomorrow-and enjoy a Real Meal in Pleasant Surroundings Park Inn Cafe Special Sunday Dinner Chicken Soup A la Rcine o r ' F r u i t Cocktail Chilled Celery Hearts Garden Radishes Park Inn Special Porterhouse Steak . . 75c Large T-Bone Steak ...; (;5 C Sizzling Club Steak 55 e Extra Cut Prime Rib of Beef An Jus ...........GOc Roasl Dpmestic Goose, Apple Dressing 50c Roast Young- Turkej', Cranberry Sauce 50c Baked .Chicken, Sage Dressing '. 50c Fricassee of Chicken and Noodles 50c Roast Prin.e Rib of Beef Au Jus ...5Qc Roast Loin of Pork, Apple Sauce 5Q C Fillet of Mignon Mushrooms 50c Baked Virginia Ham, Raisin Sauce 50c Grilled Dinner Steak 50c Sweet Potatoes, Southern Style Snow Flake Potatoes ! Briissell Sprouts in Butter i .Tellied Fruit Salad Cream Dressing Choice of Hot Mince, Hard Sauce, Date Cake, . Whipped Cream, Chocolate Nut Sundae Know Your State A Fact o Day About- lowayf Last year 1,500 acres of watermelons were raised in Iowa. Will Ulcet Tuesday. NORA SPRINGS -- The Methodist Woman's Foreign missionary society will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lucinda Bishop and Mrs. Laura Zuehl with Mrs. C. D. James as leader of the lesson. Enters C. V. Hospital. RUDD -- Mrs. Foy Kneisel entered Cedar Valley hospital Friday for treatment and observation. Leaves for Ames. PHOTIVIN -- Cyril Bousha left for Ames where he is attending college, after his visit with his father and sister. Visitors From North Carolina. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Garret Webb are entertaining a brother of Mr. Webb and a cousin of Mrs. Webb's, both from North Carolina. Hospital Is Moved. ROCKWELL--With the removal of the Rockwell hospital from the Latimer house to that of George H. Felthous, Gerald Miller and family will move to the Latimer residence where Mrs. Miller will conduct her beauty parlor. Mrs. Maggie NeVille and daughter will have rooms on the second floor with the Miller family. Return From Texas. ROCKWELL--The Rev. W. F. Mueller returned from the bedside of his mother at Nordheimj Texas, and reports her condition as improved. Mr. Mueller announces services as usual at the Lutheran church at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. AVil Move House. NORA SPRINGS -- Carl Volkman has purchased the Boatman residence which he. will move on to his farm north of town to replace the building which was destroyed by fire this winter. Students Given Tests. R ICE VILLE--Results of Intra- dermal diagnostic tuberculin tests made were recorded at the high school building by Dr. John C. 3 arsons of Des Moines. Local doc- prs made the hypodermic injec- ions Wednesday, testing all the ligh school students and those in the seventh and eighth grades, as veil as some rural school children ind 15 or 20 adults who requested :esls. Re-acters from the school Jroups will, receive x-ray tests in he near future. Will Leave Farm. ROCKWELL--D. M. Cahalan is preparing to leave the farm one- f mile west of town and occupy the Mrs. B. J. Eiler property in south Rockwell which he recently purchased. L. W. Determan will move to the farm now tenanted by Mr. Cahalan. S74 From Play. DUMONT--The Legion Auxiliary cleared about 574 on its home-talent play, "Here Comes Charlie," given Wednesday afternoon and evening in the Star theater. Between acts specialties were marimbaphonc numbers by Robert Pfaltzgraff, clarinet solos by Margaret Hartson, a solo fap- dancR by Alberta Victor, Geneva; and songs and tap-dance by four girls, June Hartson, Audrey Pfaltzgraff, Bernice Bauer and Magrislene Stafford. Visitors From Sioux City. ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Whitten of Sioux City spent a few days' visiting relatives in Rowan and vicinity. Arrives From Luverne. COULTER--Henry Winthers arrived from Luverne, Cal., Thursday. Mr. Winthers was a former resident and with his family moved to California two years ngo. He will look after business matters. Taken to Rochester. RAKE--Mrs. J. E. RUES was taken to Rochester, Minn., on Friday morning where she will receive treatment at the Mayo clinic. She was accompanied by her husband, Dr. J. E. Russ. Honored at Shower, H A Y F I E L D--Fi f ty women friends of Mrs. Rilma Lowe Anderson honored her by a shower in the church parlors Friday afternoon. First Session Since Christmas. LELAND--The western division of the ladies' aid sewing circle met Thursday afternoon at the Oscar Ambroson home and began working en articles for a church bazar next fall. Owing to the uncertain weather and blocked roads, no meetings have been held since Christmas. Returns From Minneapolis. MITCHELL--Mrs. Cora Parkhurst returned to the home of her son, G. H. Parkhurst, and family ;/lcr having spent the winter at the home of her sister and hus- banrl, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sanford at Minneapolis. Visitor From Winona. S T A C Y V I L L E -- M i s s Irene Hartnell, daughter ot Dr. and Mrs. B. T. Hartnell, won high honors at St. Teresa college, Winona,- Minn., in a declamatory contest. She is a freshman. Faculty Is Entertained, ROWAN--The home making class and their teacher, Miss Jean McNie, entertained members of the school faculty and their wives at a 6:30 dinner Wednesday evening. Leaves for California. COULTER--Miss Elsie Anderson left Saturday for Los Angeles, Cal., to join her brothers Peter and Enirinuel Anderson, who went there last fall. In Sail Pedro Hospital. MANLY--Donald Billy Pinla, son oi Mr. and Mrs. William Pinta,who is stationed at San Pedro, Cal., is in the navy hospital there receiving treatment for an infection in his hand which prevented his joining his ship Thursday. Meets at Wcstly Home. MANLY--The Dorcas circle of the English Lutheran church met Friday afternoon at the G.- S. Westly home. The circle leaders are having work projects each meeting, sewing carpet rags, darning, and quilt tying are some of the ways they are spending their afternoon. Visitor From Minneapolis. CHAPIN--Mrs. L. C. Stewart of Minneapolis has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Otto Olson. Guests From Minneapolis. BELMOND--Mr. arid Mrs. A. Robert Thon of Owafonna, Minn., are visiting at the T. A. Thompson home. Farm Changes Listed. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Jack Utter moved to the Kirley house here. The Warren Frevert family will move to the place recently vacated by the Utters. The William Enfield family will move to the Michael Allen farm, S. H. Wetter and his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Wetter, will move to Ins place, vacated by the Enfields..Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Campbell and Billy will move to a farm 10 miles south and two miles west of New Hampton. Mr. and'Mrs. Roger Krause will move to the farm vacated by the Campbell family. Return to Minneapolis. LYLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Arndt Peterson returned the first of the week to their home in Minneapolis after being called here by the serious illness of Mrs. Peterson's mother. Honored at Shower. CORWITH--Mrs. Harold Evans was honored at a postnuptial shower Thursday afternoon at the Mrs. L. M. Bonnstelter home, when a group of friends were entertained by Mrs. R. E. Bonnstetter, Mrs. Jean Foley and Mrs. Bonnstetter. Will Tell if Travel. THOMPSON--Dr. W. G. Muhie- man, d i s t r i c t superintendent of the North Iowa Methodist conference, will hold services Sunday evening in the local Methodist church and will also show pictures of travels through Mexico. Return From Granlsburg. SWALEDALE--A farewell party was held Thursday evening at the Baptist parsonage after prayer meeting, for Walter Pattbn, who will accompany, his cousin, Irene Reager, to her home near Grants- ourg, Wis., where he will spend ihe summer. ' Leaves for Northfield. JOICE--Mrs. T. O. Gordon left Friday to spend the week-end with her daughter, Doris, at Northfield, Minn. Miss Margaret Weis, local faculty member, left to be with her parents at Minneapolis. Arrive From Chicago. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. T. Tal- lackson from Graf ton, N. Dak., arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Ouv.erson Friday from Chicago, where they had . visited a daughter, Alma. Is Somewhat Better. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. Amelia Ostenson, who suffered a stroke several days ago, is reported as somewhat better. Preaches at Sioux Falls. : CORWITH --.The Rev. Albert Hust drove to Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Thursday where he will preach at services at the Baptist mission for a week and assist with the mission broadcasting from KSSO Sunday. Visitor From Cedar Falls. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. M. L. Calvert of Cedar Falls has been ,1 guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Edgar. Son Is Ucoovcrinff. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Urcnn have returned from Minneapolis where they went to see their son, Bernard. They report him still very ill but on the gain. Infant Son Dies. FERTILE--A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wolfe Thursday, but lived only a few hours. Submits to Operation. BRITT--Mrs. E. Peterson underwent an operation for gall stones at the Mercy hospital at Mason City. Mrs. Peterson has been in the hospital for some time being treated for heart disease. Honored on Birthday. D O W S -- Miss Nona Redmayne was surprised F r i d a y a f t e r n o o n when twenty-five women appeared at the parsonage to remind her of her birthday. There was a program consisting of contests in charge of Mrs. W. F. Sellcck and original poems read by Mrs. Alice Meyer. Visitor From Oklahoma. NORA SPRINGS--E. F. Boat- man'of Hennessey, Okla., has been spending a few days rerc visiting his brother, John Boatman, who is ill. Mrs. Kovarik Hostess. PROTIVIN -- Mrs. Katherine Kovarik was hostess to the Ladies Aid club. First prize in cards went to Mrs. Clara Miicesh. Consolation prize went to Mrs. Ben Bouska. O. E. S. School Held. RICEVILLE -- Riceville chapter of the Order, of Eastern Star held a school of instruction Thursday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Laura Lenz, past grand Esther and district instructor from Mason City, .was in charge. Dinner was served in the lodge rooms at 7 o'clock and the chapters at Osafic, Cresco and Elma were represented. MRS.WILGOX, 87, IS DEAD Funeral for Clarksville Pioneer Resident Sunday. CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. Martha E. Wilcqx, 87, resident of this community 70 years, died at her home here Friday after a three weeks' illness of complications incident to advanced age. Funeral services by the Rev. D. J. Sessler, pastor of ihe Unity church, will be held at the home at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon and burial will be in the family lo't in Lymvood cemetery. Sh'e was born at Sycamore, III., Jan. 17, 1850, was married to A. C. Wilcox in 1866 and for many years was prominent in the rural life of Ihe Unity settlement, retiring and moving into their town home 37 years ago, where Mr. Wilcox died in 1924. Surviving are four children, David A., J. E. and Herbert of Clarksville,. Mrs. A. R. Baxter of Cedar Falls, Mrs. A. T. Smith of Waterloo, 15 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Mrs. Wilcox was always an active member in church and social affairs of the community as long as her health permitted. MAN INJURED IN GUN MISHAP Harold Halman of Near Decorah Is Taken to St. Paul. DECORAH -- Harold Hallman 33, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hallman of Freeport, shot himself accidentally Friday afternoon with a shotgun. His father and uncle, James Hallman, were chopping wood near the woodlot and Hallman was assembling the gun preparatory to joining them. It discharged accidentally and the shot entered the lower part of his face, shattering the j;,w bono and several teetii. He was taken to the Decorah hospital Friday evening where he was given emergency treatment. Saturday morning he was taken to St. Paul where he will be placed in the care of specialists. Mr. Hallman has conducted a barber shop in Minneapolis for several years. For the past month he has been staying with his parents in Freeport SHOEMMEROF GARNER DIES Had Been in Poor Health Since Death of Wife Year Ago. GARNER -- Chris Shoemaker past 70, died Friday night at a Mason City hospital. He had been in failing health the past three mouths and had not been well since the death o f . his wife lust year. Mr. Shoemaker, a bricklayer and cement worker, was a pioneer resident of Garner. Funeral services will be held at St. Boniface church in Garner Monday or Tuesday. Surviving are two daughters Mrs. Margaret Dirkson of Woden and Mrs. Jennie Campbell of Cottonwood, S. Dak., and a daughter in Michigan by a previous marriage. Belmond Man Starts on Second. Sentence CLARION--Lynn Davis, Tt, Belmond, who had been serving a six months' sentence in the county jail for allegedly breaking into an elevator at Belmond, will again begin serving sentence, this time a one year term on another larceny charge. Davis', who had been a trusty, pleaded guilty to the charge of stealing $10 from the Sheriff Roy E. Wilson home. Davis' previous term expired Feb 26. Vegetable Grower Head · Goes on Trip in South HAYFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Hass and son, Albert left Friday for several weeks' trip through Texas and to New Orleans and will return through Georgia and visit a sister at Chicago. Mr. Hass, president of the Iowa State Vegetable Growers' association, will inspect several lines of vegetable growing in the states he will visit. Candidate for Academy. HAMPTON -- John Lambert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lambert of Hampton and a student at the University of Minnesota, has been named by Representative John W. Gwynne as candidate for a vacancy at the U. S. military academy at West Point. He will take examinations next month for entrance in July. Daughter Is Born, MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Galken are parents of a 7',4 pound girl. She has been named Barbara Jean. Returns From Webster City. LEDYARD--William Stubble returned from Webster City and Camera where he visited relatives. CITY SAYS HITCHING POSTS TO BE MOVED NEW HAMPTON -- The N e w Hampton city council has granted the United States postal department permission to remove the hitching posts along the south side of the proposed new postoffice building. CLEAR TRACKS AFTER WRECK as Waterloo Youth Killed 27 Freight Cars Pile Up on Roadbed. MARSH ALLTOWN, (.1)--Two train crews Saturday cleared the Chicago . Great Western tracks three miles east of Green Mountain where 27 freight cars piled up killing Edward Noble, 20, Waterloo, late Friday. Wreckers from Oelwein and Des Moines arrived late Friday night, but railroad officials said the tracks probably would not be cleared until late Saturday. Noble, the only victim of the wreck, was crushed beneath a load of sewer pipe when the train derailed. He was riding with Louis Reinlz, Waterloo, in the carload of 'pipe. The train plowed along neariy a quarter of a mile of road bed and tore up several hundred feet of track. Rear cars telescoped into the engine and cars which were derailed piling wreckage high on the tracks. Many of the cars rolled into a ditch. Traffic on the line was bein^ routed through Cedar Rapids and Marshalltown over Rock Island and Northwestern tracks. Members of the train crew who escaped uninjured were James R. Jones, of Des Moines, conductor- Ed Roth, engineer; Joseph Maloy' fireman; Ernest Otte and C. M. Dooley, brakeman. Mrs. Richardson, 89, Iowa Falls, Is Buried IOWA FALLS--Funeral sei-v- ices for Mrs. Caroline Richardson Clay, 89, a pioneer resident of Jown Falls, were held Thursday at the Wood funeral home with the Rev. W. E. Butler in charge. She died at the home o£ her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Koon. Her great grandfather, Barnabas Richardson, arid her grandfather, Abijali Hicliarci- son, served in the Revolutionary war in, 1778 and 1779. Her-tather, Joshua Richardson, was born in Dublin, N. H., July 13, 1807. He owned and operated the only steam saw mill in this part ol Iowa. From his mill came nearly all of the lumber which went into the early houses built in Iowa Falls. She is survived by one son, E. G. Clay of Omaha, Nebr., and her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Koon o£ Iowa Falls. Charles City Woman in Historical Group IOWA CITY, (fp)-Fivc new members ol the State Historical society have been announced by curators. They are: Mrs. Mina W. Ellis, Charles City; Mrs. Sara Jordan SchloUeldt, DeWitt; Dr. O. E. Van Doren, Iowa City; John D. Adams, Des Moines, and E, C. Fishbaugh, Sr., Shenandoah. Elmore Pastor Fined for Passing Stop Sign GARNER--The Rev. Sev Gjerde of Elmore, Minn., was fined 55 Friday night in Garner in Justice Clark Lovrien's court. He was arrested by Patrolman Clare West near Garner for failing to observe a stop sign. Cucumber Acreage at Gait Being Signed Up GALT--The Marshall Canning company of Marshalltown is now obtaining its cucumber acreage. The company has been allotted 75 acres for the local salting plant, with a raise in price. William Rima Burierl. DECORAH--The body of William Rima, 51, who died at the home of his daughter Mrs. Harrison McGee, near Manchester, was brought to Decorah for burial. The Rev. O. Sandbach conducted the service at the home of Charles Rima, a brother. Hilton Funeral Held. CLARION--Funeral services for ·Terome C. Hilton, who died suddenly while working as a railroad engineer at HayficJd, Minn., wore held Thursday afternoon at the Smith funeral home, with the Rev. J. C. Buthrran officiating. Interment was in the Evergreen ccm- olery. Hiiliarcl Parlor Sold. EAGLE GROVE -- A! Ulmer, who has conducted a billiard parlor at 118 West Broadway for the past five years, has disposed of the business to Frank.Michaels of Rockwell City. He expects to take charge on Monday and will bring his family to this place, occupying the former Cran residence, on Western avenue south. Mr. Ulmer was a former telegraph operator at Lone Rock and in the Eagle Grove dispatchers office. Honored on Birthday. GORDONSVILLE, Minn. -- A firoup of women gathered at tlir; home of Mrs. Grace E. Brown, postmistress on Friday afternoon as a surprise on her birthday anniversary. 'Gone With Wind' Seldom does Margaret Mitchell, author of that best seller, "Gone With the Wind," make a public appearance. The cameraman, however, snapped her, above, addressing quests at the gridiron dinner ot the Georgia Press Institute in Athens, Ga. FARM INSTITUTE IS CONCLUDED Mrs. Dvorak and Stevens Win Sweepstakes at Plymouth. PLYMOUTH--The Farmers' Institute closed Friday with Mrs. John Dvorak winning the sweepstakes in the home economics division and Lloyd Stevens in the farm crops division. Winners, in order of ranking, were: Yeast white bread. Mrs. R. Clans. Mrs. L. Slcvctis; whole wheat bread. Mrs. R. Clans. Mrs. J. Dvorak; cinnamon rolls. Mrs. L. Stevens. Mrs. R. Clans; spice loaf cake, Mrs. L. Stevens, Mrs. .1. Dvorak; nngcl food cakc, Mrs. J. Dvorak. Mrs. R. Dixson; white layer cake. Mrs, L. Slovens. j\irs. R. claus; dark drop cookies. Mi-s, R. Harmon, Mrs. J, Dvorak; rolled white cookies, Mrs. R, Claus, Mrs, Ed Chchocki rsisin pie, Mrs. R. Harmon, Mrs. J. Dvorak; pumpkin pic, Mrs. E. Chehock, Mrs, I,.; Stevens, Canned corn, Mrs, J. Dvorak, Sirs. L. Stevens; beans. Mrs. J. Dvorak. Mrs W Phillips; calsup, Mrs. J. Dvorak, Mrs. R. Claus; greens, Mrs. J. Dvorak, Mrs. L, Stevens; p caches, Mrs. L, s tevens, Mrs, H. Ramsdacll; plums. Mrs, I/. Stevens, Mrs. J. Dvorak; pears, Mrs. J. Dvorak, Mrs. L. Slav ens; b ceE, Mrs. R, C lav s, Mrs, L,. Stevens; pork, Mrs. J. Dvorak, Mrs. L. Stevens; sausage, Mrs. J. Dvorak, Mrs. L. Stevens. Strawberry preserves, Mrs. J. Dvorak, Mrs. L. Stevens; jelly, Mrs. W. Molsb- lierry. Mrs. E, Chehock; sweet cucumber pickles, Mrs. R. Dixson, Mrs. J. Dvorak; dill pickles, Mrs. J. Dvorak, Mrs, R Dixson;. apple pickles, Mrs. L. Stevens, Mrs. H. Ramsdell; home made soap. Mrs. L. Stevens. Mrs. J. Dvorak; crocheted ru«s. Mrs. A. Rose, Mrs. J. Dvorak; colored embroidery, Mrs. \V, Molsfoerry, Mrs, L, Stevens; made over clothing, Mrs, E. Chchock, Mrs. L. Stevens. W. L Jackson, Rockwell, Heads Dunbar Elevator ROCKWELL--W. L. Jackson of Rockwell has taken the position of manager of the farmers' elevate- at Dunbar, 14 miles southeast of Marshalltown, and moved there with his family Saturday. M'CORKLE HEAD OF ALGONA UNIT Conservation Group Opens Membership Campaign;" 500 Goal. ALGONA--About 75 men attended the third annual meeting c£ the Algona unit of the Kossuth county conservation league held Thursday evening at the -court room. Ray McCorkle was elected president, succeeding Dr. John Kenefick. Ralph Morgan w a s named vice president and Henry Becker, secretary and treasurer. H. M. (Slim) Smith was elected delegate to attend all county meetings from the Algona unit. Ralph Meidke was named chairman of the fox drive which will continue through from the winter to the spring along with the crow hunt to be started again this spring. Henry Becker was also named chairrnan of the membership drive. The new officers called a meeting for Saturday afternoon to get the drive under way. They have set a goal for 500 members. Twenty workers have been selected for the drive and prizes will be.awarded to those obtaining the most members. The fees have been reduced. Clarion to Vote on Old School Building Sale CLARION--Two candidates, J. Richard Ashpole and G. A. Evans, filed nomination papers for candidacy as member of the school board to succeed G. A. Evans, whose term expires. Election will be held March 8. C. J. Birdsall, treasurer, incumbent, is the only candidate for that office. The issue as to whether the old school building ana! grounds shall be sold to the highest bidder is to be voted on at this time. Will Elect 2 Directors. ALLISON--The annual election of the Allison Independent school district will be held Monday, March 8. Two directors will be elected for a term of three years to succeed F. I. Newbury, who will not be a candidate, and Henry W. Burma. We will serve Turkey and Chicken for Sunday Dinner Just read this tempting MENU --then you will know what a grand Sunday Dinner you'll get at the Jeffers'on: Fruit Cocktail or Chicken Mushroom Soup Celary Hearts--New Radishes and Sweet Pickles Roast Young Turkey or Baked Chicken with Savory Dressing Cranberry Relish Whipped or Sweet Potatoes Buttered Asparagus Pineapple and Banana Salad Parker House Rolls and Butter Marshmallow Refrigerator Loaf with Whipped Cream / or Fresh Strawberry Sundae Choice of Drink y- ORDERS FOR CHILDREN Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS depot YOUNG PARENTS . .,. with moderate means and a growing family to come in and learn about the FHA Plan of paying for a home out of income. Naturally you want to raise your children in the happiest, healthiest environment possible: A home with sunny, airy sleeping quarters; rooms for play and study, and grounds to romp in. In some cases up to 80 per cent of the cost of just such a home may be financed with an FHA Insured Mortgage --ana 1 paid for monthly, just like rent. We invfre you to call on us for complete information. First National Bank MASON CITY, IOWA MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 1 ^^

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