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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 17, 1931
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MARCH 17 mm 193* MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE IOWA DAIRY FARMERS WORK TO INCREASE PROFIT MARGIN POOR PRODUCING COWS ARE SOLD Associations in North Iowa Rank High; Separator Losses Checked. AMES, March 17. (INS)--Dairy farmers are continuing to'sell their poorer producing cows and are trying to check separator .Josses and other "leaks" in an effort to increase the margin of profit, judging from the figures in the monthly report, of the Iowa Cow Testing association for February which has just been released by the dairy extension service of the Iowa State college. During January and February 971 o£ the poorer producing cows or nearly 3 per cent of the 35,383 cows reported on for February were sold on the block. Of this number 444^ were sold last month. The loss from faulty separators reported during February decreased to 5309.81 as compared to $422 during the preceding month and 5^40 during February, 1930. The seven high ranking associations for February and the average butterfat production a cow, follow: North Tama, 32.7 pounds; Polk, 25.9; Fayette, No. 3, 29.3; Story, No. 2, 20.3; Cass, ?9.S; Chickasaw, No. 1, 27.6; Lake Mills, 27.5. REQUESTS CLEANUP HERE AND THERE * * · » · · . » » » » » . « » * * · ·.. · Miscellaneous Hems From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Goodell Pastor Assists at Services in Bristow BRISTOW, March 16.--Special meetings which began at the United Brethren church a week ago are still in progress. Several pastors from our neighboring towns preached during the week. On Sunday the Rev. Mr. Bainbridge, pastor of the United Brethren church at Goodell, arrived and will assist the regular pastor. Dr. Lotus D. Coffman, president, asked for a cleanup as a result of reported bootlegging at University of Minnesota farm school. Highway Officials Make Winnebago Paving Plans FOREST CITY, March 17.--The ^employes of the Iowa State Highway commission are busy working . ;in Winnebago county locating the · section line corners in connection with the paving on Highways 9 and 15 that is to be done in this county this spring and summer. , Early Choir to Sing. NORTHFIELD, Minn., March 17. (A 1 )--A concert by the 1913 St. Olaf choir,'the first of such organization to sing in Norway, will be a feature.of the annual music festival at St. Olaf college here May 16 and 17. Funeral Services Are Held . for Aged Woman Born in Norway. JOICE, March 17.--Funeral services were held Monday at the Elk Creek Lutheran church for Mrs. Ole Rappe, 93. The Rev. T. S. Sigmond, Kensett, officiated. Mrs. Rappe was born in Slaa Hallingdal, Norway, Feb. 21, 1838. Mr. and Mrs, Rappe came to the United States and settled in Worth county in 1867. Previous to her death Mrs. Rappe was the oldest person in Brookfield township. She is survived by three sons, four daughters, 22 grandchildren and 47 great grandchildren. Robber Dies at Waterloo. » WATERLOO, March 17, (!P-Shot in the spine when he attempted to rob Ed Messevly, Finchford merchant, Luck Bolton, 32, died from the wound late yesterday. Ho had been in a hospital here since Feb. 21, the day of the holdup. Weeks more APRIL IS M ft W shouldntyou Step Out on "Palm Sunday and faster? BEFORE YOU DO,STEP INHERE FOR YOUR NEW SPRING CLOTHES The very newest in fashion and materials. You'll just love them. Charming stylish Coats. BEAUTIFUL for faster Beautiful Styles Marvelous Values HERE'S A TREAT FOR EASTER SUITS AND TOPCOATS of fine worsteds S i n g l e a n d double breast* ed models. All the new styles for Spring, in the newest of patterns and fabrics. 119 South Federal Ave. Improves at Rudd RUDD--Donnie Roy, who fell and hurt his head some timo ago and suffered infection, is improving. Is- Hi at Osage OSAGE--Jean Sellers, 7, became quite ill Saturday morning at her home on East State street. Gives Annual Dinner KIESTER, Minn.--The Cemetery association gave the annual dinner in the U. B. church Saturday. Is Student in Ohio LUVERNE--Cecil Williams, student at the Ohio university at Columbus, returned home Saturday to spend the spring vacation. Was Former Merchant P L Y M O U T H--George Hill or Donna, Tex., a merchant of -Plymouth several^years ago, visited his brother, H. W. Hill, and family. Mr. Hill accompanied his wife's body to Faribault, Minn., for burial last week. Keturn From California. \ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk returned from California where they spent the last three months visiting Mr. Hoenk's mother at Santa Monica. Are Stilson Guests. STILSON--Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Crandell, Eliott, N. Dak., were guests of Mr.- and Mrs. H. Jeffords. Mr. Crandell is a nephew of Mr. Jeffords. Birthday Is Celebrated. HUTCHINS--Wayne Anderson enjoyed a birthday party Saturday afternoon when several of his schoolmates helped him celebrate. Wayne was 11. I/eave for Alexandria, · . CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Peter Graff left Saturday for Alexandria. S. Dak., where they will spend a few days visiting relatives. Attend Dee Funeral. AREDALE--Mrs. Fred Wilke, Miss Alene Hudson, Miss Sara Marie Ufford and Walter Wilke drove to Marshalltpwn Saturday and Sunday attended the funeral of Mrs. Jim Dee at Sherdan. Mrs. Dee was distant relative of Miss Ufford. , Surprised on Birthday. ALLISON--About 40" friends and relatives surprised Mrs. William Feldman at her .home on her birthday. Standard Bearers to Meet. NORA SPRINGS--Miss Doris Kluver will entertain the Standard Bearers at her home Tuesday after school. Miss Dorothy Baughey will lead the lesson, "The Ever-Widen-r ing Stream." Superintendent Is Speaker. RUDD---The district superintendent, the Rev. Mr. Witzigman, conducted Sunday evening services. He used stereopticon views to illustrate his subject, "The All-inclusive Task of the Church." Conies From Denver. CALMAR--Mrs. John Dyrland of Denver arrived Saturday to see her father who is ill at Decorah. She will also visit her son and daughter in Calmar. ' Arrive From Colorado. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Andrews of Hoehne, Colo., arrived Saturday evening for a several weeks' visit at the home of Mr. Andrews' sister, Mrs. Lloyd Abrams and family. Returns to Mitchell. MITCHELL--Mrs. J. W. Mason returned home after having spent two weeks with relatives at Grundy Center. Returns to Bristow. BRISTOW--Frank S. Kilson, who visited his daughter, Mrs. Robert McKernan and her family in Waterloo, returned home Sunday. Goes to Madison Lalte. FERTILE--Miss Ada Nissen spent a week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Klmble at Madison YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Uny About the State You An* i'roud to Call Your Own! The largest government transfer postoffice in the United States is located at Council Bluffs. All thru mail east and west mail and mail from the orient being handled at this point. Lake; Minn. The Kimbles returned, bringing Miss Nissen to her home. Instructor Resumes Duties. S C A R V I L L E--Miss Bernice Vang, who has been ill several days, returned to work Monday. She Is an instructor In the high school. Progress Club Meets. . I BELMOND--Mrs. Charles Thiltgen was hostess to the Progress club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. A. C. Hinman led a lesson on "Famous Battlefields of the Civil War," as j sisted by Mrs. H. L. Gowdy, Mrs. A. E. Martin and Mrs. E. F. Bailey. Second Child Is Born. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Emil I Hestad, living northeast of Thomp: son, are the parents of an eight (-pound boy born Saturday. This la their second child. Birthday Is Celebrated. ALEXANDER--Mrs. John Arends entertained 17 at her" home in honor of her son, Robert's eleventh birthday. Will Live at Sioux Falls. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. S. M. Savagf: and two sons left for Sioux Falls, S. Dak., where they will join Mr. Savage to make their future home at that place. Visit at College. OTRANTO--The Misses Grace Stockdale, Loreva Shutts and Rachel Putman spent the week end at Cedar Falls. Miss Rachel visited her sister, Helene, who is attending college. Oldest Citizen Is III. GOLDFIELD--D. McCallum, th* eldest citizen of this vicinity, who makes his home with his daughter, Mrs. Gf.orge F. Keister, is seriously ill. Instruction School Hell). GREENE--John Ames of Traer held a school of instruction here for the Masonic lodge Tuesday afternoon. In the evening there will be work in the third degree. Henry Graven will give a talk. Lodges invited to attend are Charles City. Nora -Springs, Nashua, Rockford, Marble Rock, Dumont, Bristow, Allison and Clarksville- Cio to Merridan. HANLONTOWN--W. J. Loveless and son, Boyd, motored to Merri- dan, Minn, Sunday to get Mrs. Love less, who had been with her moth er, Mrs. Rosneau, for a week. Mra. Rosneau is somewhat improved iu health following an illness. Is From Madison. JOICE--Nick Egge, Madison, Wis., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elias Helgeson and family. Visit at Traer. WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bode and daughter, Beverly, visit ed Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Bode's parents, Mr and Mrs. W. A. Dean and family at Traer. Student Returns Home, A L G O N A--Drusilla Coughlln spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother. Drusilla is a student a State Teachers' college at Ceda: Falls. ViHits at Rudcl. RUDD--Miss Daisy McClusky o Alden, Wis., visited at the E. E Stalker home. Return From California. BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. Fre Mortimer returned Monday from two months' trip to California. Come to Hanlontown. HANLONTOWN^-Miss Glady Dahle of Kamrar and Floyd Hew lett of Blairsburg were guegls o friends here Saturday. They ha come to Forest City to attend th sacred concert given Friday by th Concordia college choir of Moor head, Minn. Miss Dahle is a gradu ate of Concordia, college. Comes From Ames. JOICE--Miss Carroll Evan Ames, spent Sunday at home with Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Evans and family. Visit In DCS Moines. . WODEN--Misses Gertrude Bode and Josephine Lawler spent Saturday and Sunday at Des Moines visiting friends. Improves at Sanitarium. ALGONA--Mrs. O. Madsen, who has been in the sanitarium at Nevada, is improving and- may soon Return From Tour. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. H. L.' Wilson returned from their winter tour of the southwest. First Child Is Born. LELAND--A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Hans Holton Saturday. This is their first child. Returns to Cedar Falls. ROCK FALLS--Fay Colvert, who has had charge of the filling station since it opened in November, has given up his job and returned to his home in Cedar Falls. Come to Marble Rock. MARBLE ROCK--Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carbiener of Highmore, S. Dak., are visiting here. His grandmother, Mrs. Hoemeier, who spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Hill and husband, returned here with them. Goes to Chicago. COULTER--Oscar Peterson left Saturday for a 10 days' business and social trip to Chicago. In Waterloo Hospital. C L A R K S V I L L E -- Attorney Charles Burling has been a patient in a Waterloo hospital the past Recovers From Operation RUDD--Phyllis Brandau returned o school. She submitted to a mas-^ old operation some time ago. Former Residents Injured LUVERNE -- Frank Thompson, 'ho moved to a farm near Indianola ast year, fell backwards from a oad of hay and suffered injuries ·hich kept him in bed two weeks, iis youngest son, Norman, fell from n open car door and struck a iarbed wire fence. Come From Yyoming THORNTON--Albert Floy a n d Mr. Watklns of Pine Bluffs, Wyo., re making a short visit at the August Hansen home. Recovers at Luverno LUVERNE---Mrs. Ed Pergande, who has been at the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, the past five weeks for an operation and treatment, is elow- y recovering at her home west of town. Play Is Presented KANAWHA--Erin township No. JOHN WIRT, 83, HAMPTON, BURIED Funeral Rites Held for Man Survived by Son and Three Daughters. HAMPTON, March 17.--Funeral services for John Wirt, 83, were held at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon by the Rev. Henry Rust. Burial was in the Hampton cemetery. Mr. Wirt, who had been sick for five weeks, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. W. Shroyer, with whom he made his home. He had been a resident of Hampton the past 35 years. His wife died eight years ago.. Beside Mrs. Shroyer he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. F. C. Beed, Hansel!, and Mrs. Elsie Welker, Newhall, Cal., and one son, James Wirt, Mohawk, Ariz. every detail of this celebration. This committee will also meet with the authorities and citizens of Lansing and arrange for the date bt the Lansing homecoming to take place on one of the bridge celebration days. 137 Women Hold Offices. MOUNT VERNON, March 17. W--Women hold 137 seats in state legislatures in the United States, a survey just completed by Miss Abba Fernald, Cornell college assistant instructor, shows. Ten of them are in the upper houses of their assemblies. Thirteen women hold other state offices, six of them as superintendents of public instruction. Hathaway Rites Are Held at Sheffield SHEFFIELD, March 17.--Funeral services for W. H. Hathaway, 60, who died at the Mayo hospital In Rochester Monday morning, were held this afternoon in charge of tb.8 Rev. H. F,. Mercer, Methodist pastor, He was born Nov. 7, 1870 at Adel and until 15 years ago made Vila home at Adel and Redfleld. He then located here and has been in tha cream and 'poultry business. The body was to be taken to Redfield for burial. 7 presented the play, "Deacon Dubbs," to a full house Friday night at the primary school bulld- ng as the main feature of the Farm Bureau meeting 1 . Victor .Blomgren gave a reading and music was furnished by the high school orchestra. Receives College Degree LUVERNE--Miss Myrtle Jordan, who has been attending the Iowa State Teachers' college at Cedar Falls, was graduated from a four year course with a B. S. degree at the close of the winter term. She majored in home economics. Rudd W. C. T. TJ. Meets RUDD--The W. C. T. U. met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Apiy Allen. Devotions were led by Mrs. Gladys Bishop. Mrs. Josephine Ed'e had as her topic, "Frances Willai\." Return From New Mexico LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Ties and son, John, of Hanna' returned from a winter's visit in New Mexico last Wednesday. PLANS MADE FOR BRIDGE OPENING Federal and State Officials Will Speak; Events to Last Four Days. ' LANSING, March 17.--Plans for the celebration of the opening of the Blackhawk bridge were discussed at a meeting of the stockholders of the Iowa-Wisconsin bridge company held at Minneapolis. It was thot the celebration should be for at least four days. Federal and state executives will be invited to speak. Indians from several tribes and states will bring their families. The different tribes will cssemble and hold a pow-wow on the island on the Wisconsin side ot the river, it was planned. General invitations will be sent to many cities and* communities interested In the bridge. A committee was elected which in turn will appoint other committees to cover H OURS at the opera, hours business, hours out-of-doors --always the feeling of perfect freedom when Kotex is your sanitary protection. Kotex is shaped to fie under any sort of gown. Ic is highly absorbent (5 times more by tesc than surgical cotton). 'It is guaranteed togivemore protection, longer protection than any other sanitary pad. Kotex deodorizes. Ic is soft-not merely a surface softness but a delicate, listing softness. Ic is adjustable, because of the layer construction of its absorbent filler, so that you can change its size to suit your changing needs. // may (and this is important) be luorn on either side with equal efficiency. It is disposable, easily, quickly-one very important reason for preferring this modern sanirary protection. Kotex Company, Chicago, 111. K O T X Try the new Kotex Sanitary Belt seven weeks. His condition is considered serious. . Recovers From Operation. DOWS--Mrs. L. W. Rummel who was operated on at the M. E. hospital at Des Moines last Friday is recovering satisfactorily. Move to Lost Nation. OSAGE--The Marshall Sweney family moved yesterday from Winthrop to Lost Nation where Mr. Sweney has accepted the presidency of the local bank. Visits in Garner. GARNER--Horace Merten, who is working on his master's degree at Chicago university," is spending a 10 day vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Merten and his brother, Charles Merten. v i Improves at Carpenter. ' -CARPENTER--Mrs. Edwin Burk, who has been 111 the past week, Is reported improving. Home From Chicago. MARBLE ROCK--Mrs. Theodofe Messerschmidt who has been spending a week with her daughter, Miss Theodora in Chicago, was expected home Tuesday. Visits With Daughter. COULTER--The Rev. Mr. Bondo of Albert Lea, Minn., visited Satur- day,wlth bis daughter, Miss Edna Bondp, primary teacher who is convalescing from an attack of sinus trouble. First Child Is Bom. ROCKFORD--An 8 pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ries Saturday afternoon at their home. This is the first child and has been named Ruth Geraldine. Anniversary Is Celebrated. WODEN--A number of friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heinders Sunday to help thorn celebrate their silver wedding anniversary. 1C Cars of Stock Shipped. LATIMER--Sixteen carloads of stock were sent to market Saturday evening by W. R. Potter, local stock buyer. Latimer's shipping association shipped the stock. SPRING OPENING MARCH 18, 19,20,21, 1931 Windows Unveiled 7:30 P. M., Wednesday, March 18 $1,OOO Worth of New Merchandise GIVEN AWAY (TO ADULTS ONLY) · Look in the Windows of These Stores Spring Opening March IS, 19,20,21,1931 NORTH FEDERAL, AVENUE F.ast. SWo Street Nichols Gre'en Currie-Van Ness Co. Gildner Bros. Palais Royal Killmer Drug: Co. Stevens Shoe Company Damon's Boomhower Streeter Thompson Dean Co. SECOND STREET N. E. North Side of Street Barrett Bros. Montgomery Ward Co. SECOND STREET N. .W. North Side of Street Peoples Gas Electric Company NORTH FEDERAL AVENUE West Sido of Street Vance Music Co. Betty Jane Dress Shop Livergood .Bros. Pan or's Shoe Co. - Brady Drug Co. FIRST STREET N. W. North Sido of Street Sears, Roebuck and Co. SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE East Side Street Style Shoppe Michael Drug Co. Abel Son Inc. New York Fashion Shop G. R. Klnney Co. J. J. Newberry Co. Ray E. Prusla Co. Federal Clothing Co. Wm. Larner Clothing Co. Sam Raizes Mier Wolf Sons Casey Drug Company SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE West Side ot Street Glanville Bros. The Mcrkel Co. Trade Home Shoe Co. J. C. Penney Co. Palace Theater Strand Theater Robinson's Shoe Market FIRST STREET S. E. North Side of Street Dr. Craven's Plate Shop FIRST. STREET S. K. South.Side of Street Chapman's WEST STATE STREET South Side of Street Blanchard'g Jewelry EAST STATE STREET South Side of Street Yelland Kane's Ray Seney, Jeweler Smith Optical Co. Manley Bros. Co. Maaon City Hardware Co. Iowa Tea Co. Globc-Gnzetle EAST. STATE STREFVr North Side of Street W. H. Potta, Jewelry Lairds Shoe Co. D. K. Lundberg Co. R E T A I L M E R C H A N T S A S S O C I A T I O N

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