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( A WJiiNl I - l Â» U U J t ( Â· DEPOSIT CLAIMS TO BE ASSIGNED County and School District Get Ruling on Crystal Lake Bank.' DES MOINES, W--The aitoi ney general's office ruled tha Hancock county, Crystal Lake an several school districts in th county may assign their depos claims against the. Farmers .Na tional bank of Crystal Lake ihey'receive 100'cents on the dol la'r. : ' , Paul- Freeborn, assistant attor iiey general, said he was informe Guy-George Gabrie]son of Ne\ York. City is buying all claim against the bank at lull value.- The attorney . general's offic also informed Dubuque count, officials that it would be legal fb the county to invest tax derive funds in United States or 'othe government bonds. " . The tax funds, 'amounting tc $75,000, have resulted from a yearly levy made to create a sink nng fund for retirement of $490,000 in school bonds coming dui in 1942. Lake Mills Farm Changes Announced in March 1 Moves - LAKE MILLS--Clifford Nos- ti'om, who lived in the Rice Lake vicinity, moved to Manly where he. will be employed. Lauritz Hagen will move to the Mrs. Julia Dahl's farm, 6 miles north' east of town, from LeRoy, Minn. Gilmer Sime went from the Fulgum place to a farm near Northwood. . Â· . . Andrew Iverson leaves his home in town-and moves to his .. farm nortK oÂ£ Albert Lea. Martin Vaage, oÂ£ Thompson, comes to the house vacated by Andrew Iverson. Seversons of Forest City, are coming to their farm, south of town; Elmer Jenson, who occupied this farm, moves to the old Jenson farm, 6 miles southwest of town. -Vernon Mathews leaves '. the Mathews' : farm, 7 miles southwest of town, - and ; moves to a farm near Thompson. Joe Larson, who farmed the Ugland farm, on shares the past year, will leave and work for Ludvig, near Emmons. Palmer Brackey moves from a farm 7'miles southwest of town to near Emmons. Andrew Dybood leaves the Carrie Knutson farm and goes to Little Cedar. Mike Twito leaves the Blendickson estate farm and goes to a farm near Emmons. Nora Springs Has Annual Listing of March 1 Changes NORA SPRINGS--Fred Ackerman has moved to the'east Gaylord farm from'the Worthy Baker farm, just south oÂ£ Hock Grove. , The latter farm has been purchased by Max Nauman, who is moving onto it from a farm near .Rockfprd. Ole Kliven has' moved from the east Gaylord farm to the Dave O'Rourke acreage in the north part of town. Marshall McManus and his bride are moving to the Earl Gaylord farm, recently purchased by E. E. Sherman. George Julieri and his bride are living on one of the Ernest Sherman farms Â· at Rock Grove. Rodney' Whittemore. is moving from the Joe Baughey farm, Â·whicK he has operated the past two years, back to his farm at the northeast edge of Nora Springs. Kenneth Allen is moving from the Whittemore farm to' a'farm near New Hampton, which he has purchased. F. W. Cordes oÂ£ Ventura has rented one of the Gaylord farms and will live in the Gaylord residence, on the east edge of town. Gerald Smith, who has been living there, is moving to north Mason City. Meservey Reports Several Changes of Farm Families MESERVEY--Ernest Eckhoff moved to a farm recently bought, southwest of town. Wayne Waddingham will occupy the farm he vacated. Roy Glaus sold his farm here to John Ruiter and is moving to a farm he bought, near Wells, Minn. Tom Harkin will be married and move to the farm vacated by. 'Conrad Nelson, and.Mr. Nelson goes to the Ventura neighborhood. Frank Guth is moving to his farjn, 'west .oÂ£ town, and C. H Waddingham to his farm north of town. Elmer Pals is starting farming on the '. Waddingham place,.and Cecil Pethick moves 2 miles north of Thornton. A. J. .Mathahs moves to the farm vacated by Kuno Grabbe, northwest of town. . Henry Pals moves to the farm vacated by Mathahs. Ted Kempe is going near Kan- .awha, and his place is occupied b y ' E r n e s t Basener from Ute Iowa. Henry Wcndcl purchased the farm owned'by Albert Kulilers, who has already moved to town. Charles Peters of Thornton will move on the Wendel place. Heiko Kuhlers is leaving the farm and coming to town. C. E. Sullivan, northwest of town, has moved to Excello, Mo. i Air Bureau Chief Prof. Fred D. Fa.se, Jr., former managing- director of the Air Law Institute at Northwestern university; was named successor Â· lo -Eugene L. Vidal, asxdircctor of the bureau of air commerce. .VitlaJ resigned. Fagg at present is consulting expert tu ilie Bureau.' Good'Weather Aids : Swaledale. Movers .SWALEDALE--Movers .were busy Saturday as 'soon as the roads : we're- opened. M r . ' a n d Mrs. .Frank'. Anderson moved to Mason City for a short time until he decides where to locate. Mr. arid Mrs. Herman Johnson and-clrildren moved on the farm vacated-by the -Andersons. Mr and. Mts. . Carrol. Enabnet will move 2. miles west oÂ£ Charles City: and; 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Drury .and sons will move into the . Gibson .house vacated by Enabnet. William Albers, 'who has worked 'on 'the Dewey homestead,- moved on to a farm hear Osage, The' Edward Lyman family .moved . to . a farm near Osage, and Mr. and Mrs. Swen- Eon, 'from hear Clear Lake, will live on the John Mann farm Lyman vacated. Kuns Store for Son. WODEN--B. H. Dirksen of Maon City is in charge oÂ£ the Dirken Grocery store at Woden dur- ng the', absence of his son Walter. Ir. and Mrs. Walter Dirksen were allefl to Garner by the death of Irs. Dirksen's father, Chris Shoemaker. . BACKS EDITORIAL TROPHY CONTEST Loomis, Head of Iowa Daily Press Group, Writes to Frank'Miles. (Iowa Daily Press Bureau) DES MOINES--Lee P. Loomis publisher of the Mason City Globe-Gazette and president of the Iowa Daily Press association has indorsed the annual editorial trophy contest sponsored by the Iowa Legionaire, state publication of the -American Legion. Mr. Loomis 1 indorsement was contained in a letter to Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Legion- aire. The contest is limited to editorials on any phase of American Legion activities appearing in Iowa papers before 1 Aug. 1, the date of the Iowa American Legion convention. Following is the letter of indorsement: "My Dear Frank: The Iowa Daily Press association is delighted to place its approval on the Iowa Legionaire trophy contest, which seeks to find the one editorial printed by an Iowa newspaper which best interprets the American Legion. "Our .association, of course, is but a consensus oÂ£ pur more than 30 individual newspaper members. So far as the American Legion is concerned, there is a unanimous mind. The job you Legionaires did back in 1917 and 1918 won our affection and gratitude, and the job, equally important, you have been doing in the almost 20 years since that time has deepened those roots of friendship. "Writers, of' editorials will' have only to look about them Eor the material with which to discuss the Legion. Its good works are everywhere--community service, youth .MASON ; CITY.Â·GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 4 Â· . 1937 CHAPPED LIPS To quickly relieve chapping, roughness, cracking,apply soothing, cooling Mejitholalum, ONLY More Days To Buy Furniture Sale Prices SHOP TOMORROW Watch this space for the Â· announcement of the opening of our new Clothing- Department MIER WOLF SONS betterment activities, highway safety, applied patriotism, good citizenship. ; - , - Â· "You'll have me writing-an editorial, and I only intended here to tell -you,.-Frank, -how completely our associalion of daily newspapers is back of this contest, and just about everything else that the American Legion stands for." All Houses Occupied. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Forest Jones and son moved into the house owned by Mrs. V. Hund Wednesday. All houses in Rock Falls are now occupied. Funeral Held for Boatmartj Owner of Â· Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS--Funeral services for John Boatman were held Tuesday afternoon at the Martin Sheckler funeral home with the Rev. David Lang of the Evangelical church' officiating. The body was taken to his old:home at Gait where funeral services were held and the bilrial was in Laredo cemetery. . . . Mr. Boatman was born at Half- rock, Mo., Nov. 2, 1864. Most of his life was spent .in northern Missouri and southern Iowa. He was a miller by trade. On'April 13, 1887, he was united in marriage with. Leali Musgi-ave. Two children were born to them but both died in early childhood. In 1929 he purchased the mill in Nora Springs and became a resident here. Â· . Children of his neighborhood 'attended' the funeral in a body. Beside his wife he is survived by two. brothers,' Oscar Boatman of Van West and Frank Boatman of Herhinessy, Okla.; one. sister, Mrs. I. M. Seaman of Villisca. 'Minister;Tells of Work for 16 Years in English Pottery CLARION--Sixty members and guests of the Women's club were present Tuesday afternoon at the regular meeting held at the Clarion library. Mrs. Jay Vendelboo sang a solo. The Rev. Mr. Baddeley of Williams talked on "Ho\v to Judge China." Mr. Baddeley was employed for 16 years as manager of the Johnson Brothers' pot- tery.factory in England. The Re and Mrs. ' Baddeley displayed a collection of various kinds 'oÂ£ china and pottery. Of special interest was a pair of vases which weer presented to Mrs. Chris Homcrding's mother by- Queen Victoria, and a Spode mug 'and beaker belonging to George Kyseth, made in preparation for the coronation. of King Edward VIII, which after his abdication were ordered- destroyed in England. Returns From California. 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