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April 7, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 7 1936 Mason City Librarian Gives Talk at H o b b y Show Held in Plymouth PLYMOUTH--The hobby show was sponsored and directed by the American Legion at the school auditorium Friday night. L. L. Sutton had a display of Indian arrow heads and talked on them and the native Indian tools he had to work with. Miss Lydia M. Barrette, 11-1 brarian of Mason City, talked of! the enjoyment one gets from various hobbies and encouraged the young people to get interested in some kind of hobby. Prizes were given in divisions. Miss Emma Jansen and E. Kuglar were judges. Chili's proposed air service between Puerto Montt and Magallanes on the Magellan Straits! 1,000 miles further south, will be over the most southerly air route, and airplanes will cover the distance in 12 hours, compared with a ship's voyage of a week. Goodell Estate Pays, $1,453 State Tax DES MOINES, (/!')--The estate of Luth«r A. Brewer, former Cedar Rapids publisher, paid a 54,999 state inheritance tax on a valuation of 544,909. Other estate tax payments were: Jane P. Thomas, Oskaloosa, $4,061 on $35,220; John Dorminy, Goodell, $1,453 on $11,546 and Samuel Bower, Mount Auburn, ?210 on ?4,200. Each Puff Less Acid OF RICH, RIPE-BODIED TOBACCO Over a period of years, certain basic advances have been made in the selection and treatment of cigarette tobaccos for Lucky Strike Cigarettes. They include preliminary analyses of the tobacco selected; use of center leaves; the higher heat treatment of tobacco ("Toasting"); consideration of acid-alkaline balance, with consequent definite improvement in flavor; and controlled uniformity in the finished product. All these combine to produce a superior cigarette--a modern cigarette, a cigarette made of rich, ripe- bodied tobaccos--A Light Smoke. Copyright 1935. Tie American Tcbs£co Company Luckies are less acid Recant chemical tests show* · that other popular brands ; have o« excess of acidity I over lucky Strike of from ' , , 53S to 1005, Exeats of Acidity of Other Popular Brandt Over Lucky Strike Cigarettes § _ _ _ _ ;. . . . s . . . . . . . . .8 . . . .5 . . . . 3 OUNCE | L U C K Y 1 B R A N 1 8 R A N ST D D H I K E | B t'^%%%%'^''^/;^"^/ C 'MOXSVSMiWM^ "'//MMfMM'/A B R A N D o * RESULTS VERinCO ST INDEPENDENT CHEMICAL LABORATORIES AND RESEARCH Oft UUPI -"IT'S TOASTED" Your throat protection - against irritation against cough CHARLES CITY NEWS Township Committees on Soil Conservation in Floyd County Named CHARLES CITY--Township soil conservation committees have been elected for 11 townships in the county. The committees for East and West St. Charles are to be elected at a meeting of farmers to be held in the courtroom in diaries City Saturday evening. The organization meeting of the township chairman is being held in the Farm Bureau office Monday. An appraisal school for all members of the township committees will be held in Charles City Friday. Fred Stover, fieldman, will explain details of the soil conservation program and instruct committee members in the details of appraising farms to establish soil depleting basis. As soon as possible after this appraisal school, members of township committees will visit farmers to fill out worksheets These worksheets will include figures on last year's production and other needed information about the farm. Using this information, the township committee will recommend to the county committee a soil depleting base for each farm. · Members of the township committees which have been elected arc as follows: Cedar township--Fred Rivers, chairman; Tom Waid and Kenneth Bennett; Riverton township--R. O. Wilcox, B. G. Butler an-3 H. C. Jakel; Pleasant Grove township--Martin E. Sar, A. J. Pringle and Ray Smith; Scott--C. H. Warner, Albert Merfeld and Frank Shook; Rudd township--Otto Brandau, J. H. Brandau, H. R. Dieterich Union township--Raymond Gerhard, Claude Barr and Vivian Kingery; Niles township--W. E. Fix Dean Zimmer and Austin Perrin; Ulster - township--Jay 'Hillman William Kruse and H. W. Wulff; Rockford township--R. J. Brown H. E. deBuhr and L. W. Inman Rock Grove township--Fred Frese Ed Hofler and C. A. Swedburg Floyd township--John O'Brien. Theodore Stonecypber and W. J Schmidt. Lenora Ellen Howe Is Married to Alvin Weber CHARLES CITY--Miss Lenora. Ellen Howe and Alvin Uoyd Weber were married April 4 in the Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. C. C. Prottengeier. The attendants were Tracy Weber and Austin Perrin. The bride who is a daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howe wore a gown of pink crepe and wore a net veil. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weber, who live north of Charles City. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Weber will live on his father's farm. Mra Celesta V. Cross and Uoyd Mallory, both of Mora, Minn., were married Saturday evening Y.y the Rev. G. A. Hess, pastor of- the Christian church. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Whit? Dtother and sister-in-law of the Dride who was a former resident of this city. The couple will live in Mora, Minn. Boys' Club Leaders to Meet Wednesday Night CHARLES CITY--An organization meeting for the boys club leaders will be held in the Farm bureau office Wednesday evening, April S at 8. Mr. Vendelboe, club leader, and the county agent will attend the meeting and assist the leaders in ilaniung their work for this year Mr. Vendelboe has spent the past week obtaining leaders and enrollments of club members. On Thursday afternoon he met with the boys of club age of the Cohvell high school and explained the 4-H clt-ib jrogram and secured enrollments On Friday afternoon, he met with the boys of the Floyd school of club age and explained the 4-H club program. Theodore Stonecypher of Floyd township has agreed to serve as leader of the Floyd club and Lynn Davidson as assistant eader. Efforts are being made to organize clubs in Scott, Union and Cedar townships. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY -- Mrs. J. C. Whistler of Leroy, Minn., had a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital Monday. Everett Staebler is recovering from an injury to his foot receivea while at work for the Scnlick Transfer company. A cast was applied to his foot on account of a broken bone. Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Ellis and son, Charles, are spending a week in Russellville, Ark.,'with relatives of Mrs. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Matthews are parents of a son. Mrs. Irving Schuknecht is recovering from a major operation in the hospital at Waverly. Mrs, Roy L. Malmsten returned from Iowa City where she receiv- j ed treatment in the universitv hospital. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Beekman and son, John of LaCrosse, Wis., are visiting at the Theodore Beekman home. Mrs. Ralph Wright was called to Fort Madison by the serious illness of her sister, Mrs, Ted Tyler. Claud Hansell had a major operation in the Cedar Valey hospital yesterday. The American Legion Auxiliary gave an Easter egg party to T5 children Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Ellis returned from a several days trip to Chicago. The Royal Neighbor Relief Circle will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Ripley. Bureau Drama Contest toBeHeldApriM6 CHARLES Farm Bureau CITY--The annual drama contst and home talent festival will be held in the auditorium of the Charles City high school Thursday, April 16 at 8 p. m. Ulster and West St. Charles townships will present one act plays. Several entertainment numbers are being arranged to be given between acts. The drama contest has been postponed a number of times on account of weather conditions. .All in the county who are interested in plays are invited to attend. Tha plays will be scored by an outside judge and the winner announced at the close of the evening's entertainment. Charles City Chamber Dinner to Be Thursday CHARLES CITY -- The second general meeting of the Charlss City Chamber of Commerce will be held Thursday evening, April 23, preceded by a dinner. The place of meeting and program will be announced later. Fourteen new mem- bers have joined the organization since the last meeting which makes a total membership of 168 regular and 23 associate members. This is a good increase over last year. Trucker Fined $25 on Overloading Charges CHARLES CITY--A truds containing 29,825 pounds of butter was held here nearly 24 hours and the driver, William Ehvood, was fined ?25 and costs by Justice John Me- Geeney because it was overloaded. The court ordered the driver to send for another truck and divide the load before it was released. The truck belonged to the Glenr.dininj; Trucking company of Minneapolis, Minn. R. M. Reese, highway patrolman, filed the charges. Charles City Elks Lodge to Give Chanty Dance CHARLES CITY -- Last year about this time Elks of Charles City made great preparations for an Easter dance. To their chagrin the orchestra scheduled for that night failed to put in an appearance. The night was rainy, but many were disappointed. This year the Charles City Elks are sponsoring an Easter tail, the proceeds of which will go to charity. The ball will be staged in the Ellis auditorium on Monday, April 13. Talks on Native Country. CHARLES CITY--Miss Nuvarl Persaghian. native of Turkey and renior at Carlelon college, vas the guest speaker at the regular meeting of the Rotary club Monday noon. She talked about her native country and Armenia. Harold Wm- terink was chairman of the meet- iing. Miss Persagbian is spending her -vacation this week with her classmate, Ruth Ann Rideout, at the home of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Rideout. Four lowans Attend Hearing on Sale of M. and St. L Road DES MOINES, fcB--Four Iowa railway commission representatives appeared at a hearing before an interstate commerce commission representative at Minneapolis Monday to protest dismemberment of the M. and St. L. railway. The delegation included Commissioners G. W. Huffman and Harry Dunlap and John Deoiar and Stephen Robinson of the commission's legal staff. Increase in Retail Advertising Lineage in Papers Reported CHICAGO, W)--An increase of 3.1 per cent for retail advertising lineage in newspapers was reported by Advertising Age, trade publication, for the week ended March 28 as compared with the corresponding week of 1935. Reporting the total retail lineage for the week as 17.987,656 against 17,440.990 a year ago. the publication commented the gain reflected an upturn in retail business activity and was registered despite suspension of Pittsburgh publications during the flood. Nielsen Quits Post as Fort Dodge J. C. Dean FORT DODGE, UP)--Dean Alfred C. Nielsen of the Fort Dodge junior college the past two years, has resigned his position here to accept one as a teacher of history in Grand View college in Des Moines. Uruguay shipped to the United States, in the first two months of this year, products worth nearly five times those sent to this country in the corresponding period of 1935. 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