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April 24, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 24 193JE OVERSTATE CORN HOG PRODUCTION Carl Reports Adjustment Necessary in 28 Iowa Counties. ; DES MOOTES, April 24. GB--In ^icatlons that some corn and bog producers who have signed the corn hog contract are overstating their 1932-33 production figures were made known here today. Leslie M. Carl, chairman of the state corn-hog board of review, said in a statement that "In 28 counties adjustments in corn acreage or the _ number of litters and hogs market' ed were necessary before early payment contracts could be released. "In a few counties adjustments in both corn acreage and hogs marketed were necessary before early payment contracts can be approved." Can Make Mistake. Car] has pointed out, however, that overstatement of productior figures is not necessarily a reflection on a producer's honesty or dishonesty, since individuals sometimes retain production facts of favorable years and have a memory bias for years of low yields. Carl reported that listing sheets lor all counties are now in the hands of the state board of review. He said there are 26 counties yet to be analyzed. The board has acted on contracts from 73 counties and 45 counties have been notified to compelte adjustments on early payment contracts, and prepare them for forwarding to Washington, Carl said. Figures Close Enough. "This does not mean that all nec- . essary adjustments on the early pay contracts in these counties have .been made," Carl said, "but their figures were close enough in line so that final adjustments will be made on the producer's second payment." The administrative rulings of the corn-hog contract state that the state board shall make recommendations for county adjustments, but .that the final adjustments will be left up to the county committees. Farmers who signed the early payment contracts agreed to accept the county committee's adjustment. Before protozoa and bacteria were known to exist, infecious diseases were thought to be caused by the wrath of the gods, miasmas, dirt and configurations of the stars. NOTED FAMILIES UNITED Two of Chicago's most noted families were united with the marriage in Lake Forest, ML, of Louis Swift, Jr., scion of the packing family, and Miss Elizabeth Chase, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Chase. The newlyweds, who,will live in Fort Worth, Texas, are shown after the ceremony. (Associated Press Photo). Bureau's Program of Tax Reform Indorsed by Colflesh in Talk NEWTON, April 24.--The pro- fram for tax reform advocated by he Iowa Farm Bureau federation was indorsed'by Robert W. Colflesh, andidate for the republican nom- aation as governor, in an address ere last night. "The taxation committee of the owa Farm Bureau federation has recently announced its 'program of tax reform," said Mr. Colflesh. "This program stresses as the first necessity the limitation by law and . constitutional amendment, of the -amount of tax which may be levied on real property, which is one of the chief issues I am advocating. "This program was drafted by practical farmers who are too smart to be caught by glittering promises that all taxes can be lifted from their farms; or from 1 the homes of the state, by any method of taxation. They know that, in rural com- E X T R A S P E C I A L ! Soap, Values up West Tooth Paste, 25c, 2 lor 25c Parke-Davls Pure Vanilla Extract, 6 oz. bottle... Psyllium Seed, Black, 1 Ib. pkg.. 27c Psylllum Seed, White, 3-lb. pkg. Germania Tea, ¥1.50 value . 98c Krank's Hail Boot OIL SOc value ... 37c Fitch's Shampoo, 75c valiie 59c Russian Mineral Oil, full pints 37c Epsom Salts, U. S. P., Q 1-lb. pkg. "C Dallas Mineral 'Crystal 89c Combination Hot Water Bottle and Syringe.... 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SOc CAMPHOR ICE LOTION 2 FOR SlC RUBBER GOODS 2 for the Price of One--· Plus ·Penny SOc MAG-LAC TOOTH PASTE THE ORIGINAL, 2 FOR Sic 75c THEATRICAL COLD CREAM 1 POUND TINS, 2 FOR76C SOc GENUINE ASPIRIN BOTTLES OF 100, 2 FOR Sic SOc PENSLAR MILK OF MAGNESIA, 2 FOR SlC SOc PEN-GESIC LIQUID ANALGESIC FOR PAIN 2 FOR SlC FINE STATIONERY 3 for the Price of One--· Plus a Penny BESS'S STOCK FOOD DIP AND CHICKEN PREPARATION AT SPECIAL DISCOUNTS Hundreds of Other Things You Need HUXTABLE DRUG COMPANY NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST DRUG STOCK 116 South Federal Avc. Phone 921 muulties, where the entire wealth of the community may be represented by farm real and personal property, that the citizens are going to have to pay for the costs of local government. "The bureau also recognizes, as I do, that what Iowa needs in a tax spread as far as possible over her citizens, and that the greatest relief from high taxation lies in efficiency and rigid economy in the administration of governmental affairs." Nora Springs Teachers Named by School Board NORA SPRINGS, April 24.--The school board elected the following teachers for the coming year: C. J. Bogard, Nora Springs, superintendent; Fred Larson, Nora Springs; Miss Doris Long, Algona; Miss Charlotte Severson, Radcliffc; Miss Lelah Inman, sbellsberg; Miss Nina Hansen, Spencer; Miss Ellen Colwell, Nora Springs; Miss Marjory Brunner, Rock Falls; Miss Johanna Thicle, Rockford; Miss Mabel Gould, Nora Springs; Miss Alma Nubson, Osage; Melvin Hill and Hall F. Hill, Cedar Falls. Will Open Barber Shop. KANAWHA, April 23.--Art Harlow, who took the barber's examination at Des Moines received word Saturday that he had passed. He expects to open a barber shop in the rooms under the Troutman variety store as soon as they can be made ready. Wedding Anniversary of Garner Couple Observed GARNER, April 24.--Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terwilllger celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding 1 anniversary Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark invited a number of guests to their home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Terwilliger for dinner and bridge. Mr and Mrs. Terwilliger have lived in or near Garner all of their lives. Mr. Terwilliger has been manager of the Garner Livestock Shipping assoT ciation for the past three years. Gall Stone Colic Avoid operation u possible. Treat the cause in a sensible, painless. Inexpensive way at home Write Homo Drue Co., 18-57 No, fourth St.. Minneapolis, Minn., for a recoKtilzecl practlctPj; specialist's prescription on nver and gall bladder trouble for literature and treatment which has beuD Blvlnc gratifying results for 23 years. S"ld under money bach (grantee Clip ^ l3 ou * NOW -Ariveulsement GOOD NEWS For Reduced Budgets! Your Dollars --and Small Change, too-Buy SvpER'SAvmcs in NUTONE PRINTS in Clear Fast Colors, at 12 yards $1 Wednesday, April 25 f · o That means a whole summer wardrobe for a youngster at next-to-nothing! 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Men's Fancy Socks Double- soled! In clocks and all - over designs . . double-soled for double wear! R a y o n a n d Celanese ! In sizes 10-13! Bargains! SHIRTS Broadcloths! Combed yarn, p r e - s h r u n k -means quality! Whites I Colors! Men's sizes! WORK PANTS Coverts! 9S« Cut ful! and reinforced where strain is greatest! Dark colors, mixtures! Women's Shoe Bargains 65 pairs Women's Slippers, Sandals and Pumps --priced to clear. Values to $2.98. Come early and pick your size. pair New Brims, or Sailors! SMART HATS New Off-the-face Styles, too! 2 for $1 "Betty Co-ed" styles -- all at the peak of fashion! Medium brims, perky sailors, shallow types to wear back from your brow! Soft pliable braids and novelty straws. A closeout. Boys' Wide Bottom Sports SLACKS We have several p a i r of Boys' Longies to clean up at $Ipr. A real value! Also a few pair of Knickers included. Women's Felt SLIPPERS Made of felt with leather tips--padded soles--several colors. 32c Store Hours 8:30 A. M. to 5:30 P.M. Crisp Prints Wash DRESSES ... Bargains! Sor $1 The better-than-ordinary materials you like because they wash and wear so well! The BETTER styles, too, that women are so proud of! Trimmed with organdy, or contrasting color! Men's Hand Made TIES! 2for$l c w '"Cordu- y C o r (1 s" ravat. T h e y re hand made, ·sillent c o n- rticletl, s i l k iced. Solid col- 's--a knockout. Men's Shirts--Shorts Good Quality ' E l a s t i c s i d e s h o r t s , y o k e ! front.manypat- 1 terns. 28 to 42. Cotton-ribshirts. Men's Cotton Unions Unusual value! Ankle length! Springweight! Comfortable! Ecru! 30 to 46. 2for$l CHOICE HANDBAGS Low-priced at In a variety of simulated leathers and smart novelty styles for Spring! Men's Work S9CK f|7| Rotkford Type 12 p. $1 G o o d v a l u e ! Heavy blue and brown mix--cotton with vrhitr ( nn f np lippl ' Work SHIRTS FM cut! 79c Strong seams --long length! [ Medium weight blue chambray! Boys' sizes, 39c. 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