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April 7, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 7 193G SEVEN WALLACE THINKS NEW PROGRAM WILL AID MORE THAN AAA GOOD FARMER TO BE BENEFITTED Secretary Says Those Who Had Soil Building to Get Recognition. WASHINGTON, l/P) -- Secretary Wallace thinks tie "good farmer' is going to be better off under the new soil conservation program than under the old AAA program. Criticism has been heard in the middlewest tha,t the new program carries on one of the chief objections raised against the AAA com-ho L program--that the farmer who had been engaged in wise soil conservation practices would not benefit as much as the farmer who had been over-planting surplus crops and un derplanting crops which would aid his soil. Wallace indicated that two phases of the new program would tend toward removing this objection. One is the "allowance" system adopted as a guide to payments for soil building crops. Thus, Wallace noted, a farmer with 50 acres of soil-building crops last year would have an opportunity to receive substantially larger payments this year from new seedings or other soil improving' practices than the farmer who had only 30 acres last year in soil building crops. The other phase is the power to be given state and county committees to adjust soil-depleting base figures where they are out of Jine with normal practice in a county. Get Free Wine When Car Goes Off Track FORT DODGE, (/W--Fort Dodgers rushed to get free wine as a tank car of California wine rolled off the Chicago Great Western tracks nere Sunday. It was estimated that 2,500 gallons of potent grape juice were either drunk or carried away by the crowd that gathered around the leaking car. Leo Spengler Wins in Britt Spelling Meet ALLISON--Leo Spengler of Allison won the Butler county spelling contest held in the courtroom at Allison Saturday afternoon by spelling correctly the word "intercede," missed by Marjorie Varce of Bristow, and also spelling correctly the next word pronounced "recede." Leo is 12 years old and is a seventh grade pupil. His 'teacher is Paul Smith of Waterloo. Leo's sister, Jean, won the county contest in 1927. Marjorie Varce of Bristow, an eighth grade pupil of Miss Dorothy Tjaden, won second place. She is 13. Esther Sessler of Madison was third. 3 Birthdays Observed at Stacyville Party STACYVILLE--A triple birthday party honoring William Milton of Lfttle Cedar. Mrs. Gertrude Weber and Anna Weber was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Weber. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rodewald and family of Cresco, Mr. and Mrs. William Milton of Cedar, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Juenger. Calf, Without Food 2 Times, Will Not Die TEERILL, (UP)--Henry Wilcox has a calf that just won't die. For a week the animal was buried in straw without food. It recovered. During the last cold spell, the calf and a colt stood in shelter of a straw stock when it toppled over. Wilcox dug out the colt, but could not reach the calf. Eight days later, after stock had eaten most of the straw away. Wilcox dug the calf out. It was hungry, but healthy. No Seeding in Mitchell for at Least One Week OSAGE--No seeding can possibly be done in Mitchell county for a week or ten days, according to County Agent Martin Fabricius. There is plenty of moisture and the ground ought to be in fine condition at that time. Many of the fields here are still covered with snow. Honored at Shower. P L Y M O U T H--A handkerchief tfcower was given Saturday night for Miss Grayce Dixson, who will be married to George Steinmetz of Chicago in April. The shower was at the Michael home, ·! miles north- cast of Plymouth. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visit in West Liberty. PORTLAND--Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Files visited friends and relatives in West Liberty and Cedar Rapids. Guests Are Entertained. FAULKNER--William Diamond of Adel and Miss Kathryn Ann Dobbin of Ames were visitors Sunday at the William Diamond home. Visit in Hartley. PORTLAND -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pippert were Sunday visitors with relatives at Hartley. Visits in Minneapolis. FAULKNER--Mrs. J. R. Wallace is at Minneapolis, Minn. ( for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Will Pharis and family. Move on Farm. SWALEDALE--Vcrgene Andrews and sister. Miss Andrews of Rowan, who rented the H. Nicklcss farm, moved in last week. Are Parents of Son. THORNTON--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Watson, a "vi pound boy Saturday night. They have one other child, a girl. Eeluriis From Chicago. PLYMOUTH--M. A. Hanson returned from a business trip to Chicago. Home From Fort Snelling. GRAFTON--Arnold Baumann, who is taking army training at Fort Snelling, Minn., was home visiting friends and relatives. Honored at Shower. OTRANTO--Mrs. Alvin Rasmus- shen was honored at a shower given at the home of her sister. Mrs. Raymond Carlson. Guests From Minneapolis. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. William Olson of Minneapolis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson and family during the week-end. Millard Olson is a brother of Mrs. Henry Olson. Given Farewell Tarty. LITTLE CEDAR--Women of the Woman's Missionary society .entertained at a farewell party in honor of the Ben Olson family, in the basement of the Baptist church Saturday evening. The Olsons will move in the nea.r future to a farm near Forest City. They will care for Mr. Olson's mother, who is in poor health. Visitors From Minneapolis. OSAGE--Mrs. John Whitley and baby son of Minneapolis, are visiting Mr. Whltley's parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Whitley and his aunt, Miss Clara Whitley. Visitors From Minneapolis. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ruby and Miss Faye Ruby of Minneapolis, were visitors at the A. F. Ruby home. Home From Ohio. ST. ANSGAR--Dick Brammer, who has been teaching at the Chris- tia.n Day school at Defiance. Ohio, returned home Friday evening' Guest From Minneapolis. ST. ANSGAR--Miss Laura Rue- chcl, Minneapolis, came to spend the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mis. August Ruechel. Plan O. E. S. Initiation. LIME SPRINGS--Utopia chapter, 379 O. E. S. will hold a special meeting Tuesday evening for initiation. Honored on Birthday. POPEJOY--A group of younj GIVEN SENTENCE ONUQIIOR COUNT Huckms, Cresco, Pays Fine; Woman Is Taken to Cerro Gordo Jail. CRESCO--James H. Huckins who was arrested March 30 by Cresco authorities on a charge of illegal possession of intoxicating liquors, and bound over to the grand jury by Justice C. E. Farnsworth, entered a plea of guilty Monday, before Judge W. L, Eichendorf of McGregor, to a liquor nuisance charge. Huckins was sentenced to three mouths in the county jail and to pay a fine of S300 and costs, including attorney's fees and court costs, upon payment of which his jail sentence was suspended and he was released by Sheriff Albert T. Pcderson. Mrs. Frank Robinson of Estherville, was held in the county jail at Cresco for 21 days on a charge of grand larceny of a fur coat, and was sentenced to a fine of $400. Not being able to pay the fine she was transferred to tlic sheriff of Cerro Gordo county at Mason City where there are better accommodations for women prisoners. While in the county jail at Cresco, she strenuously objected to being fingerprinted and to having her picture taken. She is the wife of Frank Robinson, manager of the Robinson Orchestra company of Esthervillc. The fur overcoat was stolen from a dance hall al Cresco on New Year's eve, Dec. 31, 1935. Mrs. Robinson was arrested at Storm Lake March 13 and confined in the county jail at Cresco, and the coat recovered and returned to the owner. folks, 32 in number, gave Dorothy Reir.gardt a surprise party at her home Saturday evening on her birthday. Keturn to Illinois. ORCHARD--Miss Bettie Clark of Sewai-d, 111,, came Saturday to visit ler brothers, Donald and Charles Clark. Miss Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, went home with Betty for a visit. Visitors From Chicago. NORA SPRINGS--Mr and Mrs. Milo Rusey of Chicago arrived Sunday to visit their aunt, Mrs. 0. J. rtubbard. Mrs. Rusey for formerly Miss Margaret Risley who made her home with Mrs Hubbard. Honored at Home. SWALEDALE--Miss Leota Hunt entertained a number of young persons at her home Thursday evening at a party given in honor of her birthday. Visit in Ogden. PLYMOUTH--The R. L. Dixson family, accompanied by Miss Hazel Emma Jansen the first of the '36 '36 ® WALLPAPER @ VARNISHES ® ENAMELS I can save you 15 fo 40% on your order--the reason, low overhead. Phone or MAIL postal card. I will call. 707 North Delaware Phone 173 Moody and Miss visited in Ogden week. They left Miss Dorothy Dixson at Harcut where she is a teacher in the Harcut schools. Visitor From St. Paul. STACYVILLE -- Susie Bartholmey of St. Pa.ul spent the weekend visiting J. P. Bartholmey and Madgalcn. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Will Thome at Garner Sun- j Taken to Hospital. THOMPSON--Mrs. Otto Alquist and son. Wayne, motored to Iowa City Friday, taking Mrs. Alquist's nephew, Gorden Sharp, 3, to Iowa City for treatment, as he was suffering with mastoid. Gorden's mother, Mrs. Delia Sharp, is an instructor there in the state university. Condition Is Improving. HANLONTOWN -- Mrs. H. E. Brunswold arrived Saturday from Thief River Falls, Minn., where she was called three weeks ago by the death of a sister. While there she underwent an emergency major operation'. She is gaining daily. Vistior From Mankato. LAKE MILLS--Miss Signe Sletten who is an instructor at the Mankato Teachers college at Mankato. Minn., is visiting her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. D. R. Sletten. Guest From DCS Moini»s. LEDYARD--Mrs. Orvillc Anderson of Des Moines is here to visit her moiher. Mrs.'Margaret Looft. Visi|or From Virginia. LEDYARD--C. I. Jenks of Roanoke, Va., is here for a visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Home for Vacations. ARMSTRONG--Ethel and Dorothy Wolf are spending their Easter' vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wolf. They are students at Coe college at Cedar Rapids. Jessie Burkhead is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Burkhead. He is a student at the college in Northfield, Minn. Move From Austin. LYLE, Minn--Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Thompson, who recently purchased the Gamble store here, moved their household goods here | from Austin and are located in the Inger Blakcstad house. Mrs. laser Blakcstad moved across the street to the .late Lewis Blakstad house. Leave for Wisconsin. DOWS--Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Meyer, accompanied by Mrs. Etta Meyer of Estherville. left Sunday for Prairie du Sac. Wis., to attend the funeral of R. H. Meyer's brother, Joe Meyer. A'isit at Austin. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wade and daughter, Alice, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Wade's .=ister and brother at Austin, Minn. j Ones to Detroit. i PROTIVIN--Victoria and Henry ! Fend Look their brother, Edward, i u to La Crosse. Wis, From there he . continued nn to Detroit to his home. day. ! lid A t t e n d Meeting'. OTRANTO--There were 60 in attendance at the April meeting of the Otranto township Farm Bureau at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Robertson April 2. The next meeting May S is at the E. E. Pettitt home. Confirmation Is Held. GRAFTON -- Confirmation and communion services were held in the Lutheran church Sunday. Lorain e Hackbart, Edna Walk. Carol Bartz. Lucille Walk. Marcclla Schmidt, Viola Wirtjes, Delia Felt, Harriet Schultz, Eldon Buchrer, Arthur Landdeck, Walter Hackbart, Ruebcn Diedrich, Reuben Artzbcrg- er and Oliver Dalluge were the children who were confirmed. Were in Minneapolis. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. John Mauss and daughters, Vivian and Lucille, spent Monday in Minneapolis where Mr. Mauss purchased Family Reunion Held. THORNTON--A family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Tabot. The , guests were Mr. and Mrs. William j Tabol of. Reinbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Tabot and family of Shcf- i tied and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bursh | and two children of Iowa Falls. i Ellsworth Series of Recitals Is Announced IOWA FALLS--Dr. A. E. Bullock of Ellsworth conservatory of music lias announced the following recitals for graduates of the institution this spring: Monday, April 27. Earle A. Kims, pianist; Sunday, May 3, concert by Pincy Woods Singers; Thursday, May 7, concert by "Ellsworth Junior college orchestra, the string trio ajid Conservatory mixed chorus: Thursday. May !·!. Mable A. Dental, pianist; and Mondny. the spring stock for his"local d c - J M a y IS. and Monday. May 2"). two | pnrtmcnt store. Glen Olson and i recitals by um.scrvalory ' students. I Chris Mchl mon-'t!.',cd t h e store d u r - j .Ml program:; \ \ i l l be ing their absence. | Methodist church. At Thompson meeting. LAKE MILLS--Several of the Saturday Afternoon club motored to Thompson Friday to be present at a club meeting at the home of Mrs. Clark Meechem. Birthday JB Celebrated. PORTLAND--Douglas Wade Files was entertained at a party celebrating his third birthday party- given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Files at their home southeast Saturday afternoon. Will Return to Duties. PORTLAND--After having enjoyed a few days visit with relatives and friends in this community, Paul Ludeman will return to his duties in the navy at San Diego on Thursday of this week. Will Meet Friday. GENEVA--The W. F. M. S.. of the Methodist church will meet Friday with Mrs. Angelo Smith. Founders' day will be observed, the new members will be welcomed and the women of the Bradford community will be guests. No Bidders Appear at Chickasaw Tax Sale NEW HAMPTON--The Chickasaw county delinquent tax sale held here Monday was continued after bidders failed to appear. INCREASE SHOWN IN AUTO MISHAPS But Number of Deaths and Injuries in Accidents Is Lower. DES MOINES. OP)--'The state motor vehicle department Tuesday reported Iowa motorists were involved in 721 accidents during the month of February, 11 more than for the same month last year despite snow and drifting which greatly curtailed traffic during the period. As previously "eported bj' the National Safety ,;ouncdl, highway deaths for the month were 14 in comparison with 33 for the same month last year. Injuries, also, decreased despite the larger number of accidents. A to- AGED SPILLVILLE WOMAN BURIED Rites for Mrs. Lentz, 91, Are Conducted at St. Wenceslaus Church. SPILLVILLE--Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at St. Wenceslaus church for Mrs. Anna Lcntz. 91, who died Sunday morning from infirmities of old age. Father Broz and Father Hlubck conducted the funeral. Mrs. Anna Lenlz was born in Czechoslovakia uid was the widow of the late Tom Lentz who preceded her in death 14 years ago. The children surviving are four: Mrs. Lena Malek, Mrs. Emma Kalishek of Protivin, Mrs. Came Malek and Anna of Mason City and two sons, John and Frank Lentz. lal of 347 persons was reported injured during Februay while the total fo the same month a year ago was 511. Seven of the 14 persons killed were pedestrians, the report said. Suffers 4th Break in Arm in Past 2 Years STACYVILLE -- M a r y A n n "Dolly" 1 Boweck fell and suffered a broken collar bone Sunday. Dolly has suffered four breaks in her arms in the past two years. RECORD SET IN BUSINESS TOTAL Hampton P. 0. Volume Shows Steady Increase, Says Postmaster. HAMPTON--The largest volume of business in the history of the Hampton postoffice was done during the quarter ending March 31, according to Howard Shafer, postmaster. The amount was $15,847.37, an increase of more than $1,000 over the same quarter last year. Shafer states that there has been an increase of from $800 to 51,000 every quarter this year over the corresponding period last year. Employment in Belgium creasing. SUES GOLDFIELD ON PAY CLAIMS Former Marshal Asserts He Took Salary Cut After Others Restored. GOLDFIELD--A. B. Clarke, who served as city marshal ajid pump- man here five years, but who resigned recently, has brought a suit against the town of Goldfield foi $1,597 claimed to be due him in back salary for 1931 to 1936. Mi- Clarke claims in the suit he was forced to continue accepting a salary cut after old wage standards had been restored to other officials. The suit was scheduled to be held al the April term of court at Clarior. but will be postponed to allow the town more time to prepare a de- sense. Tallc Gives Address. LIME SPRINGS--Prof- H. 0; Talle of Luther college, Decorah, gave an address at the father and son banquet held' at the M. E. church. He spoke on "Our Social Heritage.'.' It's inexpensive to be well dressed--in Gildner's new spring clothes This double breasted model with the new yoke back in Blue Ridge Homespun. The new blouse back in the season's most popular worsted-flannels. This model is a great favorite in the game- feather cheviots. H A R T S C H A F F N E R M A R X and STYLEMOR G ( 0 where you will, you'll find men of ali ages wearing sport clothes this spring. And why shouldn't they? No other suit combines so much down-right swank with so much comfort. These new models are authentic in style, beautifully tailored, expertly designed to help you look your best. Your choice of single or double breasted and of all the popular spring colors and fabrics. Come on in. Soldier; June 1 5th is a long time to wait for spring clothes. Let's see if we can't find o way for you to get them NOW. by Hart Schaffner Marx Styiemor -- Knit-tex -- Alpacuna $19.50 $25 $30 $35 A Complete, Stylish Stock From Which to Choose. · b y John B. 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