The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 3, 1937 · Page 24
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 3, 1937
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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CREAMERY SHORT COURSE course was held at-South Dn- A 12-weelis' creamery short kota State college at Bi-ookings. We Handle a Full Line of NORTHRUP KING «t CO. FARM SEEDS I n c l u d i n g -CLOVERS -- ALFALFA TIMOTHY -- R A P E BLUE GRASS, Etc. It Pays to Buy Quality Seeds GET OUR PRICES Northwestern Distributing Co., Inc. 436 SECOND STREET N. E. P H O N E 361 or 362 7 arewell Held for Family at Rockwell R O C K W E L L --About 70 neighbors and friends of Mr. incl Mrs. Conrad Kirchhoff gave hem a farewell party Friday evening, and a slightly less lumber Saturday evening, prior their removal to their new e five miles southeast of Sheffield Monday. Mr. Kirchhoff )ought:the f o r m ' o n t o which he s moving. Charles Powell will, tenant the John Scholl farm four miles southwest of Rockwell the com- ng season, and Will Ficken will return from near Charles City where he has farmed for the past year and occupy the place vacated by Mr. Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Eye removed to a farm near Hampton Monday, and John Hinrichs and family moved into the Eye house. SPECIAL LATEST 310 DEL BURPEE QUICK CHANGE SEALER FOR" A LIMITED T I M E $11.50 MASON CITY HARDAVARE IOJf Mel'EAK, PROP. Tht Store Sears Moved Next Tn LDrove a 2-Cvlinder,a4-CYliniler and a B-GyHnderTmctor .eaders of 4-H Clubs Going to Posture School ilia Gardner, Sociologist From Washington, D. C. to Be in Charge. County 4-H girls' club work- i-s from 11 counties in this dis- rict will go to St; John's Epis- ·opal parish hall March 10 for in all-day district p'osture train- ng school, Miss Florence E. Zol- inger, home demonstration ngent announced. Miss Ella Gardner, rural sociologist in the United States department of agriculture, Wash- ngton, D. C., will conduct the iraining school, which is one o£ nine being held in the state. Girls' 4-H club leaders, assistant leaders, county 4-H comtnit- teewomen, the county c l u b chairman, county 4-H officers, the county home project chairman and the home demonstra- " r tion agent have been, asked to MISS FLORENCE 2OLL1NGER attend. * ~ -- ' " Among those who plan to go from this county are: County 4-H girls' club committee-^ Mrs. Earl M. Dear., Mason City, .chairman; Mrs. L. E. Jacobson, Clear Lake; Mrs. William McArthur, Mason City; Miss Esther Tesene, Clear Lake; Mrs. Gerald Bender, Swaledale, and Miss Hazel Gauley, Sheffield. To Attend Meeting. .Club . leaders and assistants-Grant, Mrs. W. N. Hill and Henrietta Nelson; Lincoln, Mrs. J. P. Anderson and Muriel Peitzke; Lime Creek,' Miss Dorothy Brower and Mrs. William McArthur; Falls, Mrs. Roy Edgington and Marcella Gullicksen; Mason, Mrs. Earl M. Dean; Lake, Mrs. E. E. Studyvin; Clear Lake, Mrs. Harold Aitcheson; Ml. Vernon, Mrs. Hugh Hudgell; Bath, Mrs. Herbert Strahorn; Geneseo, Mrs. . Mary McLaughlin; Pleasant Valley, , Mrs. Gerald Bender; Grimes, Mrs. Ada Blume and Mrs. Ray Hemming; Owen, Mrs. .E. C. Gourley, and Dougherty, Miss Madonna Boyle. Girls* 4-H club county officers--President, Madge Baker; vice president, Dorothy Bergman; secretary-treasurer, Char- leer. Haight, and'historian, Mary Alberla Fulghum. Mrs. E. P. DeGraw is home project chairman. Other counties to be repre- "Sure, I sold myself on the Oliver Row Crop "70" tractor! I drove a 2-cylinder, a 4-cylinder and a G-cylinder tractor just once around the field. That's all I needed, and it's all you'll need'to make you pick the "70"--the only 6-cylinder general- purpose tractor. ''Would you go back to a 2- or 4-cylinder automobile? Your car today is a lot ttetter than the one you drove five years ago. It has more cylinders and a high compression engine. That's why you get the 'pep/ and the- economy, too. The Oliver "70" H-C (high compression) burns regular gasoline, and what economy! The "70" TC-D uses kerosene or distillate. Either tractor is economical-here's one oC the big rea- ^ons w h y : "There is . a variable speed governor that you can set for maximum ROW-CROP STANDARD-ORCHARD drawbar, power or for fewer motor vevcc- iutions when you're cultivating. Does it cut down the travel speed ? Not a bit, you just step up into a higher'gear and go right along at the same rate. You'll like the self-starter, implement power lift, hammock .seat and finger-tip'control just as well as T do." Drive a 2-cylinder, a 4-cylinder--and then we'll arrange to have you drive a · 6-cylinder Oliver How Crop "70" tractor. Judge for yourself! O 6 Cylinders © Smooth and Quiet Power © Self-Stnrter ^f Implement Power Uft © Variable Speed Governor © Fingcr-tJp Control FARMERS J have moved from Hanron- tqwn to Allison City and I am continuing -to sell and install Wcsliugliouse farm lighting plants and batteries, and I repair plants. I do electric \viringr for high line and handle electrical supplies. ENGVAL RODBERG 303 19th STREET S. E. PHONE 1716-LW - ented at the meeting are Hanock, Kossuth, Winnebago, Vorth, Mitchell, Floyd, Hum- oldt, Wright, Franklin and Buler. The meeting will open at 10 clock with a posture clinic in vhich types of postural defects vill be analyzed. Registration vill be, at 9:30, Miss Gardner vill · discuss what constitutes ood posture and will present orrective exercises and games hat will stimulate good posture. Has Circus Atmosphere. Equipment which promises nore of a circus atmosphere han routine "one-lwo-threc" xercises will be used, Miss Zol- inger said. It includes balloons, arge balls, marbles, balance beam, tether balls and rackets. Leaders will receive printed, il- ustrated material and sugges- ions for presenting posture raining to their groups. State health examinations last /ear indicated the need for pos- -ure training, Miss Zollinger said, because a majority of the 4-H club girls entered in the state health contest received deductions for defective posture. Emphasis will be placed on pfaf lure training among all the club jirls in the state this year in an effort to improve this condition, it was stated. Family Moves From Garner to Miller MILLER--Joe Cook moved to the Ackerman farm. Raymond Hanson moved to the place vacated by Cook. W. M. Hester moved from Garner to the residence of Mrs. Carrie Halverson. Lewis Bergen moved to a farm which he purchased near Fertile. I. B. Jefson moved to the farm vacated by Bergen. Ben Hall moved to the farm vacated by .Tefson. Roy Van Arsdale moved to the Hallett farm. FARM EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLY 722 South Federol Phone 1056 OLIVER Used Machinery \ Oliver "70" Demonstrator, with cultivator. A real bargain. 1--F-20 FarmaH, eleven months old, with rubber tires and cultivator. 1--10-20 I. H. C. Tractor. A-l condition. 2--18-36 Hart-Parr Tractors. 1.--12-24 Hart-Parr Tractor. 1--20-30 Rumley Oil PuH Tractor. 1 --\ 7_28 Twin City Tractor. 1--10-ffr. Tandem Disc Harrow. 3--Horse Disc Harrows. Farm Equipment and Supply Co. 722 South Federal Avenue

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