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April 19, 1934

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

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APRIL 19 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN MANY 4-H BOYS TO WORK WITH FATHERS IN AAA RECORDS WILL ASSIST IN DATA FOR BOOKS Will Also Help to Improve Efficiency in Conduct of Farm Business. AMES. April 9. -- Hundreds or Iowa 4-H club boys will enter a form of partnership with their dads this year. Fathers and sons will co-operate in keeping farm records, according to reports received by the Iowa extension service at the State college here. "Many club boya who don't keep complete records will help their fathers keep AAA record books to iurnish data for 'proof of compliance' statements in connection with adjustment programs," explains P. C. Taff, Iowa 4-H director. "Boys who keep the complete farm record 'book, however, will have data on every phase of farm business, not only to provide proof of compliance figures but also to help determine income and to improve the efficiency of farm business. Such data are helpful, too, in making income tax reports and in getting loans." Any 4-H club boy enrolled in any project may keep farm records though he is not registered in a farm record club, Mr. Taff says. "Keeping records has always been required of members engaged in 4- H projects," he adds. "Only boys who keep complete records on their projects will be eligible for farm record club awards." Mr. Taff believes that club boys, because of their records, often know more than their fathers about the cost of producing a pound of pork or a bushel of corn. Many fathers have been interested in farm records through their sons' club project records, he said. Aged Resident Dies at Burt; Rites Thursday BUR.T, April 19. -- Mrs. Mary Stewart, SO, died Tuesday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Walter Klamp, following a several months' illness after a stroke. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church Thursday afternoon and burial was made in the Burt cemetery. Mrs. Stewart had been for many years a resident of Burt. Grass Fire Spreads But Is Put Out at Northwood NORTHWOOD, April 19.--Flames spreading from a bonfire on a vacant lot on the south side of Second avenue south just west of the J. M. Slosson residence property, Tuesday afternoon, ignited dry grass and brush, getting away from the control of the persons who were tending the bonfire. A fire alarm was turned in. Help arrived promptly and the flames were beaten out with no damage to surrounding property. Portland Church Plans Mother's Day Program PORTLAND, April 19.--Plans are now under way and committees at work preparing to present a Mothers' day program at the Portland church, to be given Sunday, May 15. The minister, the Rev. Raymond G. Bachelor of Mason City, who has taken charge of the pastoral work during the six month leave of absence that -was granted the regular pastor, the Rev. C. W. Hicks, has had charge of the services during the past two Sundays. H E R E A N D T H E R E i ) i i ) : * # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Mrs. Coggswell Hostess. CLARION--Mrs. B. H. Coggswell was hostess to the L. F. B. club Tuesday night. Mrs. C. C. Soesbe held high score for the evening and Mrs. J. F. Sievert, low. Relapse Is Suffered. JOICE--Mrs. Albert Rowe has suffered a relapse from her recent attack of pneumonia. She is confin- edto her bed again. AU Day Sessions Ueld. LAKE MILLS--An all day Farm Bureau meeting of Norway township was held at the O. R. Sletten home Tuesday. Miss Vande- Kraan, home demonstration agent, gave the lesson. On Wednesday, the Center township Farm Bureau had an all- day meeting at the Austin Brackey home where the same lesson was discussed. Move to Mason City. STILSON--Mr. and' Mrs. Milton Lamb and family, who have been here for some time, have moved back to Mason City. He has employment there. Win Bridge Prizes. ROCK FALLS--The Bridge club met at the home of Dorothy Edgar Tuesday evening with high score going to Lenetta Edgar and low to Lucile Usher. The next meeting will be with Evelyn Kephart on April 30. Hostess to Kill Kare. CLARION--Miss Florence Breckenridge entertained the Kill Kare club at the home of Miss Hattie Schumpp Tuesday night. Four tables of bridge were played with high and low honors going to Mrs. George Telford and Miss Minnie Turner. Submits to Operation. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Arnold B. Anderson was to undergo a major operation for removal of tumor Thursday at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mrs. Anderson was to serve Missionary society at the L. L. Waggoner home. Her place was taken by her daughter, Lucille, Meeting to Be April 25. PORTLAND -- Next Wednesday evening, April 25, there will be a general township meeting held at the hall in Portland when the latest AAA developments and rulings will be given and instructions as to the future workings of this work will also be given. Returns From Canada. SWALEDALE--John Patton of West Gate, Canada, returned home after visiting relatives here and at Rockwell. Visit at Rochester. GRAFTON--C. F. Christians and Frank Nack went to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday to see Mrs. Christians who is in a hospital there. Mrs. Walley Hostess. CORWITH--Mrs. P. E. Walley entertained the Eastern Star circle at her home Wednesday afternoon. Following the business meeting the afternoon was spent working on a quilt. Ann Mackey Elected. GARNER--Miss Louise Eckles who has been in charge of departmental work in the grade school here for the past four, years has declined her re-election. Miss Ann Mackey of Sigourney has been elected to fill the vacancy. She has taught the past three years at North English. Mrs. Christcnsen President. COULTER--Officers elected at the Ladies Cemetery society include: President, Mrs. Leslie Christensen; vice president, Mrs. Fred Christensen; secretary, Mrs. Bryan Knudson; treasurer, Mrs. J. C. Hansen; assistant treasurer, Mrs. C. P. Christensen. WARNING to EXPECTANT MOTHERS If you have ever hecn a patient in any hospital, you are probably familiar with the advantages of a liquid laxative. Doctors know the value of the laxative whose dose can be measured, and whose action can be'thus regulated to suit your individual need. The public, too, is fast returning to the use of liquid laxatives. People have now learned that a properly prepared liquid laxative brings a perfect movement without discomfort at the time, or after. Dr. Caldwell's long experience with mothers and babies, and his remarkable record of nearly three, thousand births without the loss of one mother or child, should give anybody complete confidence in any prescription which he wrote! Bui most important of all, a · gentle liquid laxative does not cause bowel strain to the most delicate system, and this is of Ihc utmost importance to expectant mothers and to every child. Expectant mothers are urged to try gentle regulation of bowels with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is a delightful tasting laxative of delightful action, made of fresh herbs, pure pepsin and active senna. Not a single mineral drug: nothing Lo cause strain, or irritate the kidneys. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is an approved preparation and kept ready for use by all druggists. DOCTOR ADMITS GUILT Still suffering from the effects of a drug which he allegedly swallowed in a suicide attempt, "Dr." Max Schnellcr, seemingly near collapse, is pictured as he appeared before a New York City court pleading guilty to charges of acting as prison physician at the Harts Island prison without a medical certificate. The charges were lodged against Schnejler, who claims to be a graduate of a M u n i c h , Germany, medical school, during recent investigations of New York prisons. 20 Absent From School. RICEVILLE--Nearly 20 pupils were absent from the primary room at the grade school the first of the week because of an epidemic of measles. Goes to Minneapolis. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. F. H. Rodemeyer went to Minneapolis Wednesday for a few days' visit with her son, Milo Rodemeyer, a student at the state university. Guests From Frecboni. HUTCHINS--Wayne Darg and Mrs. Manford Seath of Freeborn, Minn., visited the forepart of the week with their brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dorg. Goes to Kockwcll City. WHITTEMORE--Patricia Weir, R. N., went to Rockwell City to care for her aunt, Mrs. Will Blasey, who is ill. Herman Kollasch and Donald Weir took her there. Given Prenuptial Shower. SPILLVILLE--A prenuptial shower was given in honor of Wilma Polansky at the A. B. C. S. hall Tuesday evening. Miss Polansky will become the bride of Jerome Cerwenka next week. Brlde-Xo-Be Honored. WHITTEMORE--Mrs. Roy Crawford entertained seven tables of bridge at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Nelda Crawford, who is to become the bride of Will Finn of Algona. Bridge prizes were awarded as follows: Mrs. Art Helberg, first; Mrs. Marie Carey, Algona, second. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About the State You Are Proud to Call I'our Own: Enoch W. Eastman once gave a toast to the state in which he said: "Iowa: The affections of her people, like the rivers on her borders, flow to an inseparable union." Guests From TJB Angeles. LONEROCK--Dr. K. H. Schrecengost of Los Angeles,. Cal., was a visitor at the H, J. Rice home Tuesday. Return to Minneapolis. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baker and son, Dicky, after visiting two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. S L. Sanderson returned to their home in Minneapolis. Soap Demonstration Given. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Jesse Dilton, county agent, held a soap demonstration Tuesday afternoon in the M. E. church parlors. The young people's class of the Sunday school served a lunch. H. D. A. Gives Lesson. FAULKNER--The Farm Bureau women held an all day meeting Tuesday at the Fred Dentel home. The lesson, "Your Most Becoming Print Dress" was presented by Clara Blank, H. D. A. Visit at Owatonna. GRAFTON--The Rev. C. Landdeck visited relatives in Owatonna, Minn., Tuesday and Wednesday. Honored on Birthday. NORA SPRINGS--About 25 friends gathered at the home of Mrs. Hicks Tuesday evening to celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Hicks has not been able to be out much since a fall she had early in the winter. Leave for California. FLOYD--George Stewart left for California to visit relatives and look after business interests. He made the trip by bus. · Meets in Wagner Home. GENEVA--The Young People's Sunday class spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glee Wagner. The hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Herman Clawson, served lunch. Mrs. Ernwine Funeral Conducted at Nashua NASHUA, April 19--Funeral services for Mrs. Miua Ernwine were held at the home Thursday afternoon, the Rev. G. C. Lusted officiating. Mrs. Ernwine was operated upon at the Waverly hospital and died Tuesday. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Amy Wolff, Nashua; two sons, Forest, Nashua; Charles, Jefferson. RITES HELD FOR MISHAP VICTIM Mrs. Frisbee, Hurt in Car Accident, Is Buried at Mclntire. McINTIRE. April 19.--Funeral services for Mrs. Fremont Frisbee, who died from auto accident injuries, were held Wednesday afternoon at the residence. Burial was made in the Mclntire cemetery. Mrs. Frisbee was hurt in an auto accident when a car, operated by Mr Frisbee, went into a ditch about a month ago. She died at her home north of Mclntire Sunday evening from the injuries. Her husband was also seriously injured but is slowly recovering-. Seeks County Recorder Post. HAMPTON, April 19.--Mrs. Roy R. Wescott announced her intention of entering the race for the office of county recorder on the democratic ticket. She has been a resident of Franklin county the past 24 years. FIRE DESTROYS FARM RESIDENCE Strong Wind Fans Blaze in Charles Boatman Home at Nora Springs. NORA SPRINGS, April 19.--The small house about a mile north of town on the Ellworth Treloar farm, was burned to the ground a little after 6 o'clock Wednesday evening. The house was occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Boatman and 4 year old daughter. When Mrs. Boatman went out to gather the eggs after supper, she discovered the roof was on fire and went to the neighbors to call help. Although Mr. Boatman tried to save things the fire had gained such headway that almost nothing was isaved of the household goods. The fire company could do little to stop the blaze. The wind was blowing so hard and everything was so dry the fire lasted but a short time. Mr. Boatman's brother and his sister, Mrs. Milton Seaman, are living in town. Improvements of $7,500 Are Made at Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE, April 19.--Extensive improvements, are being made on the building occupied by the Atlantic and Pacific company. The building is owned by H. F. Wasem who is putting in n new front, new floor, etc.. at an approximate expense of 51,500 and the A. and P. company will install a complete new line of fixtures at an expense of about SG.OOO. lie moderate rates nt \ T h e A s l o r o f f e r t o d a y ' s g r e a t v a l u e i n h o t e l comfort. As low as ?4 secures -- for two people--' the service of the most considerate and conven-1 ient hole! in town. R A T E S jrir/i (KII/I or shoicer One Person *3 U P Twin Two Persons ' Two Persons: Two rooms, one bath *5 up' Three Personal Two rooms, one liflth "0 up Four Persons: Two rooms, one hath '4 up Suites: Parlor, bedroom bnlh » **/ up: STOR Only great Hotel entering right on] TIMES SQUARE-- the heart of NEW YORK' C H.Dietrich Files Nomination Papers for Representative DES MOINES, April 19. CrP)--Six democrats and three republicans filed nomination papers for state representative with Mrs. Alex Miller, secretary of state, today. The demo'crats included George .W. Groves, Hamilton county; C. H. Dietrich, Worthy county; John H. Schroeder, Carroll county; William Paisley, Lee county; John Ryder, Dubuque county and Lois H. Hauth, Fayette county. The republicans were I. L. Guernsey. Lucas county; John A. Johnson, Calhoun county, and Edwin S. Snethen, Adair county. Load of Bullocks Sets Price Record SIOUX CITY, April 19. OP)--A load of bullocks averaging 1,537 pounds brought S7.40 a hundred on the Sioux City market, a mark which has not been equalled since October. 1932. They sold S1.90 higher than cattle of a similar type a year ago. uuper-unell i wper "SUPER- is now with extra firing charges! "Super Shell has pickup, mileage, power, everything!" "Our weekly gasoline costs are lower with Super Shell!" MRS. C. E. mjGUSON. Chicago "My records show Super Shell gives 3 j '* * more miles per gallon!" * JACK WILLIAMS, Jacksonville ; . . . NEW REFINING PROCESS PACKS SUPER SHELL WITH 6900 MORE F I R I N G CHARGES TO THE GALLON. MOTORISTS ARE GETTING FASTER PICK-UP, MORE POWER AND MILEAGE YOU MOTORISTS told us you wanted a gasoline with more power and mileage. And now Shell gives it to you in improved . newSuperShell.thefirst "super-charged" gasoline, refined by a new chemical process which packs up to 6900 extra firing charges in every gallon. Everyone knows that it's firing charges in the engine cyl- inders that make the wheels go round. So, when a gasoline has as many as 6900 extra firing charges per gallon, you get quicker pick-up, more power -- more mileage! Motorists in hilly parts of the country say they particularly notice Super Shell's pick-up and power on steep, tough grades. Other motorists claim they get as much as one, two, and three miles extra per gallon with Super Shell. Get improved Super Shell into that car of yours today! This super-charged gasoline still sells at the same price as regular gasoline. "* / The most modern racing cars and airplanes are equipped with mechanical super - chargers t h a t force gasoline under pressure into the cylinders to get more firinft charges per gallon. Now, Super Shell itself is super-charged with up toMOO extra firing charges per gallon.

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