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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE' MARCH 19 Bl I* 131 . -- -- -- ' ~~ ~~ -^ ._. _. T. .- x^, FARM ECONOMIST EXPLAINS SHIPPING GROUP'S PROBLEMS PACKING PLANT SURVEY IS MADE Wide Variation in Weights of Hogs Is Found by I. W. Arthur. AMES, March 19.--The two main problems to be solved before, shipping associations can take advantage of the various markets in the United States which prefer hogs of certain weights and grades are to get hogs of the right quality and weight in sufficient numbers and to ; work out marketing- relationships ! which will return the premium to | the man producing the hogs. 1 This is the opinion of I. W. Ar? thur, agricultural economist in the HERE AND THERE » . » * . » * * » * » » » * * » * · * * * Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota STEVER WILL BE Has Operation on Hand. LAKOTA--George Adams rj- turned home Tuesday from Iowa City, where he had been in the hospital, having an operation on his hand. Leave for Streator. HUTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. Ren Smith and son, Will, have left for Streator, 111., on receiving word of the death of Mrs. Smith's brother's wife, Mrs. Charles Earp. Recovers at Meservey. MESERVEY--Mrs. K. Clarence Ruigh, who has been quite ill at her home the past week, is now recovering. Suffered Eye Strain. BRISTOW--Duane M. Stewart returned to Cedar Falls Tuesday to his studies after an ab- of a few days caused by a case of eye strain. Is Club Hostess. CRESCO--Mrs. C. C. Brown was hostess to the Cresco garden club Three Go On Trip. arine"neariy"~256 pounds in" weight. I RUDD-Mrs. Bohlen, Mrs. Henry In the adjacent territory of New I Bonewitz and son, Oliver, left Wed York and eastern Pennsylvania experiment station, Iowa State college, who completed a preliminary analysis of reports from 111 packing plants in all parts of the United States handling 38 million hogs a year. A wide variation in the weights if hogs purchased by the various packers was found by Mr. Arthur. In New England during one year packers killed 1,000,000 hogs aver PIONEER IS BURIED. 3,000,000 slaughtered averaged 170 nesday morning for Thief River Falls, Minn., for a visit at the Dick . Pacific coast averaging 187 Missouri river _ about 249 pounds. Altho, contrary to other industries, agriculture has made little effort until recently to meet the specific demands of the consumer, more attention is being given to the demands of various i markets, says -Mr. Arthur. Altho hogs may be graded and sold to best 1 advantage, growers should not over-estimate the desirability of producing specifically for remote markets, warns Mr. Arthur. Butter Stolen From Creamery at Festina DECORAH, March 19.--Twentysix tubs of butter were stolen from the creamery at Festina. Sheriff Graf was notified but so far no trace of the thieves has been found. Bohlen home. Visit at Cedar Fulls. Small Daughter Is Buried. DECORAH, March 19.--Julia Ann, year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs,,Harry Youngblood, died Tues- ;,iday from whooping cough followed by bronchial pneumonia. Funeral Cervices were held this afternoon at the home with the Rev. C. Sandbach officiating. Falls arid Waterloo Tuesday to visit friends. Taken to Iowa City. RUDD--Floyd and Oscar Henderson took Mrs. Lessie Cooper and daughter, Bonnie, to Iowa City Wednesday to have Bonnie's cast changed. .Return to Broivnsdalc. LYLE, Minn.--Kenneth and Clifford Hartson returned to Brownsdale after a visit at the Hartson home. ,' Husbands Are Entertained. RUDD--Royal Neighbors Tuesday night entertained their husbands at 500. Will Return Soon. MESERVEY--Mrs. Marie Smith is expected home the last of the week, from the hospital at Des Moines, where she was operated on for appendicitis and gallstones. Bristow W. C. T. U. Meets. BRISTOW--The W. C. T. U. held its meeting at the home of Mrs. Atho Folkerts Tuesday afternoon. Go to South Dakota. BELMOND--E. J. Foss and family are moving to Pierre, S. Dali. Mr. Foss was electrician at the sugar factory. Returns to Hutchins. HUTCHINS--Johnnie Whitehurst returned after spending two days visiting an.uncle, Frank Crawford, OSAGE, March 19.--Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the Baptist church for Hiram B. Tuttle, 67, who was head of the printing plant for the Gardner nurseries. Mr. Tuttle came here in 1880 to attend the Cedar Valley seminary. Birthday Is Celebrated. HUTCHINS--Many were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Missel, the occasion being their little daughter Dorothy's birthday. Goes to Pennsylvania. LUVERNE--Mrs. Emma Miller, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., who has been at the Burtis home several months, left for her home. Is Expected Home. MESERVEY--Mrs. Louis Foss is expected home soon from the Park hospital, Mason City, after the birtl of her son, Wednesday. Instructor Is 111. NASHUA--Dr. and Mrs. E. S Taylor received a message Tuesdaj that their daughter, Margaret music instructor in the publi schools at Bldora, was seriously ill They left for her bedside. Iicaves for Detroit. CLARKSVILLE--G o r d e n Gra ham left Wednesday for Detroi where he will visit a cousin, Eai Pitcher. Mr. Pitcher is employed i the Ford plant. Mr. Graham will g into Canada. Honored on Birthday. THORNTON--Mrs. T. W. Paris ntertained at a birthday surpris arty Tuesday night in honor of he lother-in-law, Mrs. W. H. Paris' bout 21 guests were present. From His New Store at 207 Sixth Street S. W- Fine stock of New and Used Furniture, Cook. Heater and Gas Stovea. No Kent to I'ay So All Prices Extremely Low. Mr, Goss trades and buys used furniture. Phone 1307 or 942 need not ._.....,, steal your HEALTH /"PHERE should be no health penalty -!· attached to Motherhood. There isn't among really healthy women. Expectant mothers who think of the baby's health as well as their own, should take a good vegetable tonic to protect .the two lives. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription contains no alcohol--nothing injurious. It strengthens the mother before the baby's arrival. Thousands of women testify that it turns a dreaded ordeal into a comparatively painless natural event. Every druggist has this well-known medicine, in both fluid and tablet form. Or if you want an acquaintance package send ten cents to Dr. Pierce. Every package of Dr. Pierce's Family Remedies contains a Symptom Blank. If you desire free medical ndvice, fill out the questionnaire and mail it to i Dr. Pierce's Clinic,. Buffalo, N. Y. | B. Anderson returned to his home after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erick Anderson. Class Is Entertained. MESERVEY--Miss Gladys Fisch- r entertained her Sunday school lass at her home Tuesday evening, t was the regular monthly meet- Are From Canton. KENSETT--Mrs. O. Kittleson and Urs. Harry Clendennen of Canton, ~. Dak., were guests at the Matt Oleson home Wednesday. They came here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ole Roppe west of Kensett. Arc III With Flu. BRISTOW--Mrs. J. C. Young and son, George, are both ill with flu. also Mrs. Earl Graham and daughter, Hazel, are sick of the same ailment. Move to Chaska. BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Zitkowski and son, Charles, moved to Chaska where Mr. Zitkowski will be employed at the sugar factory. Returns From Wisconsin. RUDD--Mrs. Anna Hodge returned to her home Wednesday. She went to Wisconsin last August to submit to a goiter operation and has since been staying with her daughters, Mrs. Edna Sweet and Mrs. Alice Parker. Buys Nora Spr.ings House NORA. SPRINGS--The Mrs. Elizabeth Plotner residence has been bought by Claude Demo and is being repaired. Given Farewell Party LATIMER--A farewell party was held for Mrs. Carl Wolfe at her ome Wednesday afternoon by the L. P. S. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe are moving to Klemme where the former has a barber shop. Class Is Entertained LATIMER--Mrs. Harry Hampel intertained the Master Helpers Sunday school class and Miss Fischer, teacher, Tuesday evening. Leave for Grinncll KANAWHA -- R. J. McCleery. proprietor of the New Home cafe, eft Tuesday for a week's visit with his son, Hugh, and wife at Grinnell. Mrs. Br.'ght Is III NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. B. 1 Bright of Mason City, who has been ill at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Luella Moody, is reported as improving and will be able to return to her home soon. , Comes Frnm Minneapolis. THOMPSON--I. O. Florence, who has a government contract to deepen the river at Minneapolis in several places so it will be navigable came home Wednesday for a short visit with his family. Work in Algona WHITTEMORE -- Melvin Roupe who has been employed at the Swanson furniture store, is now working- at the Richardson furniture store in Algona. Meetings Well Attended. SWEA CITY--The revival meetings held In the opera house by the Full Gospel mission group are well attended. The Rev. Dexter Collins i-- Two Reported 111. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs Eli Hutchinson are suffering from influenza. Buy Rockwell Home. ROCKWELL--The Misses Lillian and Maggie Chadbourne of Decatur 111., sisters of Mrs. L. C. Sturges here, purchased the Roben residence tenanted for several years past by D. E. McEvoy and sister, Miss Monica McEvoy. The new owners wil" take possession as soon as the prop erty is vacated. Surprised on Birthday. CLARION--Twenty neighbors o Paul Comar surprised him on hi: birthday Tuesday night. Cards fur nished the entertainment. Goes to Cedar Uapids, JOICE--Mrs. Charles Abraharr left today for Cedar Rapids to visi her son Braham who has undergon an operation. Leave for Urbana. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ellefson, son, Marion and Albert Ingebretson left Wednesday for Urbana, HI., where Mr. Ellefson .will attend, a-national'-well drillers' convention -March 19 to 21. Before returning they will visit Chicago and other points. Marion and Albert will visit aviation schools as they are planning to take a couhse. Leave for Lincoln. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Eike left Saturday for Lincoln to visit with Mrs. Eike's parents. Mr. Eike expects to go to Webster City where he will be employed in a shoe repair shop. Is 111 at Joice J O I C E--Martin Reibsmoen is Fail-field Man Charged With Part in Fraudulent Cattle Deals. FAIRFIELD, March 13. (/T)--Ac- .used of conspiracy and cheating by alse pretenses in alleged fraudulent cattle deals, John B. Stever is expected to come to trial Monday vith a judge from another district residlng. Appointment of a judge by F. F. Faville, chief justice of the Iowa supreme court, was announced yesterday by Clerk of Court Charles Ireland. The identity of the judge, However, was not made known. Stever is accused .with 35 other residents of Jefferson and surrounding counties in the alleged cattle deals, in which cull cattle allegedly were sold as first-rate stock. There is a possibility that the Stever trial will not reach the court this term as the trial of J. A. Brown of Keosauqua on a banking conspiracy charge is in progress now and may not be finished by Monday. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Iowa's public roads of all Classen, exclusive only of city streets, total : 01,800 miles, enough to encircle the earth at the equator approximately four times. Superintendent Is Uc-eleetcil ROCKFORD, March 19.--At a meeting of the school board Supt. W. I. Sayre was re-elected for another year. Resident of Winneshiek for Many Years Survived by 2 Children. DECORAH, March 19.--Funeral services for Adam Bolger, 82, was held this afternoon at the Willis and Ness funeral home and burial was in the Russel cemetery at Canoe. The Rev. O. Sandbach officiated. Mr. Bolger was born in Pennsylvania. He lived in Winneshiek county since he was 12 years old, moving to Decovah with his, family in 1912. He is survived bj his second wife, a son, Merton of Ottumwa, and a daughter, Mrs Charles Goettelman of Decorah. RITES ARE HELD FOR MRS. WALK Kensett Woman Dies After Illness Lasting Only Few Days. KENSETT, March 19.--Mrs. Art Walk, whose funeral was held this afternoon at the U. L,. church, was born Feb. 15, 1900, at Kensett. She died at her home east of Kensett Tuesday after being sick only a. few days. She was married to Arthur Walk. Sept. 25, 1918. Those who survive her are her husband, mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. James Rhubetz, two brothers, Edward and Tony, all of Kensett, one sister, Mrs. Lloyd Gilbertson of Austin. Her mother is at the Park hospital at Mnson City. Burial was in the Kensett cemetery. Children's Colds W ^± Checked without dosing." Rub on VAPoRua OVtd'-ff MILLION JARS USED YEA.RUf Legion Is Entertained . by Auxiliary in Clarion CLARION, March 19--The American Legion by winning- a membership contest was treated to a party by the auxiliary last night. About 100 enjoyed an Irish dinner. A program of music and contests with cards later in the evening, was also enjoyed. Men's prizes went to Dr. E. L. Sizemore and Clifton Campbell. DAMON'S Inc. "The Cheerful Service Store" the newest inhosierij at the fashionable nesorfj is the newest in evangelist. The last abou £ a monln . meetings will suffering an attack of high blood pressure. Are Given Reception. SCARVILLE--A large number ol friends and relatives gathered at the Olous Peterson home Tuesday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Glen Peterson who were recently married Visit in Webster City. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. W. P Goodrich are visiting .at Webster City. Returns to Joice. JOICE--Sam Abraham, Ceda Rapids, has returned to Joice to re sume his work after a winter's va cation. House Is Vurchased. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs Matt Lenhart sold their home in th north part of town to Herman En whose home three miles northeast o town was destroyed by fire. Th house is being moved to the farm Mr and Mrs. Lenhart are occupyin rooms where L. D. Zimmerma lived. Follovvup Lesson Hrld. CLARKSVILLE--The fourth fol- lowup lesson in the home furnishing course was held at the home of Mrs. R. E. Hickle Tuesday. Card Farty Held. NORTHWOOD--Ladiea of the Legion auxiliary held a cnrd party at the American Legion club rooms Monday evening with 11 tables. Mrs. Rex Clay won first prize for high score among the women and Dr. A. J. Heiny won like honors among the men players. Union Meeting Held. LUVERNE--A large crowd attended the union meeting o£ the three churches at the Methodist church laat Sunday evening to hear the mock trial, "Who Killed- Earl Wright" sponsored by the Anti- Saloon league. GOCB to Rochester. OSAGE--Mra. B. E. Peterson went to Rochester Monday to go thru the clinic. Stenographer and Man Accused of Embezzling DES MO1NES, March 19. (/P)-Emma Tessar. 29, and Palmer An deraon have been charged with em be/.zllng 55.000 or more from Rus sell G. McBride, general agent o the Massachusetts Mutual Life tn surance company. Officials ar checking the company'*! record' Miss Tessar formerly 'was a stenographer in McBride's office. I Buy r\. O, " 30x4.5 Bach . .S'U 9 'siuis Can't 1 fait **«* Think of it--every four seconds, 16 times a minute, 960 times an hour, somebody, somewhere buys a Riverside ! Eight now, while you're reading this sentence, two Riversides are being sold to shrewd buyers 1 Millions Are Now Giving Satisfactory Service For twenty years, Riversides have been piling up millions and millions of miles of satisfactory service. They've proved their worth. Year after year Riversides have been'improved and refined until we now back them with-The Strongest, Fairest Tire Guarantee Ever Given Anytime, Anywhere Just read it for yourself--"Every Riverside tire is guaranteed to give satisfactory service without limit as to time or mileage." And as you read that guarantee, remember that the name of Montgomery Ward stands back of every word--and you know what THAT means. No tire manufacturer in the world can offer more--so why pay more? Save as Much as 35% on Riverside Tires Compared quality for quality--against other well known first quality tires, Riverside prices save you as much as 35%. And furthermore-Prices Are Now the Lowest in Years-And if you buy in PAIRS, prices are ever lower! Just a word of caution--don't let anybody quote you prices on second line tires against Riversides--be~" 1 cause RIVERSIDES ARE 4.40 G-IHy | FIRS T QUALITY TIRES -and should be compared ONLY with first quality tires 2!) x -1.IO l-Ply iit vropor 24-30 SECOND STREET N. E. PHONE 57 MASON CITY Palm Bench picked Me- Cailnm : ; ; and Palm Beach us urual was right! For ooly McCallum could make hoxscry so aliuriag : . . so devastatingZy sheer and beautiful in just iho · hades to delightfully complement the earlf Spring wardrobe: $1.25 to $3.50 "YOU JUST SHE WEARS Teachers Welcome Mason City's largest Department Store extends a cordial invitation to you. Our facilities are for your 'convenience. M a k e this store your headquarters. Anyone Can Wear Artificial Teeth Perhaps you have had trouble with your plate. Our experts can correct that trouble . . . and you will be delighted with the results. 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