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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 10, 1937
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^MSL.J^-M +£k'a.r.Mt. ^£?,,tt JA. /Wc^..Ajif- aj. -._'. ^^44fr-J^£i - -"^- ·'"·' ^- ^«:^^a-b^tr fa_i~« \ EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 10 · 1937 it: is 1' KANAWMA FARM EXPERIMENT GROUP TO MEET THURSDAY NEARLY 500 WILL ATTEND SESSION Repoi-ts and Plans Will Be Made at Piogram Thursday. KANAWHA^Members o f . the Northern Iowa agricultural experimental association will meet at Kanawha Thursday for their annual meeting wtih specialists from the Iowa State college extension service and experiment station and representatives of the American Crystal 1 Sugar company. Mason 'City.''Nearly all of the 500 stockholders belonging to the .association, are expected to attend' the meeting Thnteen Iowa stale college plant patholbgists, agronomists and agricultural engineers and other specialists, Eail C Mooie of the Mason City sugar turn, and Wallace 'Difrah, president of the association, will help conduct the various paits of the day's progiam. Main.topics of the session 1 will-be a report on the new seed cleaning and-ltreating '.equipment fecevitly installed by the association, and outlire of contemplated services for membeis, discussions of livestock bleeding and pasture seed- ings, and talks on sugai beet pto- ductibn. Many to Give Talks /Among the speakers from Iowa state college will be R. E. Buchanan, experiment station director; P. C. Toff, assistant extension service director; Dr. : P. E. Brown, and Prof. L. C. Burnett, agronomists; Dr. ;J. L. Luck of the Animal Husbandry department. Prof. J. B. Davidson, Prof. Henry Giese and Prof. ,E. V, Collins, agricultural engineers; and. Dr. I. E. Melhus, Dr. C.;-S. Reddy, Dr. R. H.-Porter and Dr.;WL F. Buckholtz, plant pathologists. Otto S. Muntz, chairman of the Greater Iowa Commission will be a speaker'at the meeting. '- Following is the program for the day;--" · -'·; · ' ' ' 9:30 a.' m. -- Inspection of the ew service building and exhibits t the experiment farm. 10:45 a. m.--Business meeting t the Tall Corn theater, Wallace Darrah presiding. . '· Minutes of- 1936 meeting, Fred '. Knutson, secretary. The Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station as a part of the brthern Iowa Experiment asso- iation, director, R. E. Buchanan. The extension service as a part f the northern Iowa experimental ssociation, P. C. Taff, assistant irector, extension service. Contemplated 1937 services to ssociation members, Dr. C. S. :cddy. Wilt Elect Officers. Annual report for 1936, W. F. iuchholtz. Auditor's report, J. F. lall. Election of officers. _ A message from the American irystal Sugar company, Earl C. loore. 12 m.--Dinner in the basement f the.M. E. church as guests of ic American Crystal Sugar corn- any, Ladies Aid serving. Speak- rs, P. C. Taff, P. E. Brown, J. B. )avidson. 1 30 p. m.--Meeting at the Tall Corn theater, Dr. R. H. Porter, tiairman. · 1 30 p. m.--Livestock production n Iowa farms as related to the 1 50 p. m.--Danish swine breed- ng, Dr. J. L. Lush, 2:30 p. m.--The new seed clean- ng and treating service at the Northern Iowa Experimental farm, Dr C. S.Reddy. . ' ,, 2 5a p. m. -- Sugar beet seed i louse leatment, Dr. W. F. Buchholtz. 3:10 p. m. -- Farm buildings, fenry' Giese. for qourself when i|ousbpbi| TELEPHONE oil conservation Valter Wilcox. program, Dr. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette .Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Return From St. Paul. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. William Maher returned home after visiting in St. Paul. Submits to Operation. R A K E -- Dorothy H a v n e n, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Fred Havnen, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Dalmadge hospital at .Buffalo Center'Monday evening. Given Farewell Parties. STACYVILLE--Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Krepelka were feted at a farewell party by Mesdames Arthur Wolf and T. E. Blong Sunday night. Mrs. J. ~ C. Smith entertained Wednesday at four tables of bridge in their honor. The Krepelkas lived here for 18 years and are moving to Osage where he will continue his practice. Has Position in Elevator. KANAWHA--The Hartwig family moved Monday into the house formerly occupied by the Gilbert Benschoter family. The Bens- choters move to W h i 11 e m o r e where .Mr. ^Benschoter has accepted a position with' the elevator company. Klaus Pruisman and family, moved into the house vacated by the Hartwig family and Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Prull are moving into the Klaus Pruisman LARGE BARN AT DECORAH BURNS Many Chickens Are Lost in Blaze Started From Stove. DECORAH--A big barn, hous- ng more than 450 White Rock chickens, on the old Torger Moen jlace near the fairgrounds, was adly damaged Tuesday afternoon jy fire, which was thought to lave started from a stove used for leating the barn. Many of the ihickens were smothered, but iome were rescued. The place is iccupied by Melvin Woldum. Moble of Mclntire Dies in Missouri; McNTIRE-- Frank ' -Noble' of Vlclnlire who had been in the hoi- lital at Kansas City, Mo., for sev- :ral weeks,. .died -.Tuesday. .Mr. Voble went south to the home of is mother early in the fall, hop- ng to regain his health.. He had been afflicted with .hroat trouble for some time. He lad been in the hospital only a few weeks. He had charge of his father's cafe and beer parlors in Mc- lntire. He leaves a wife and three daughters, Ruth, Betty and Alice. Funeral services will be held at Nashua, Iowa, Thursday. Interment will be made at Nashua Iowa. Mr. Noble was about 35 01 36 years old. Mrs'. Stromsodt, 26, Calmar,'Is Buriec C A L M A R -- F u n e r a l services were held Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Emma Stromspdt, 2G, who died Sunday afternoon at her farm home a few miles north of Calmar, death following an illness due to complications of child birth Services were held at the Cal mar Lutheran church with the Rev. H. A. Prjs officiating. One daughter, Sonja Therise, born Feb 10, .1937, and her h u s b a n d survive. She is also-survived by her foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilber Haalvrdl, two sisters, 1 Miss Vir jinia Haatvedt, a teacher nca Spillvilie,' Mrs. R a y - B e r g m a n o Fuldu, Minn., and one brother, An thony Comas of Faribault, Minn Her mother, Mrs. Walter Best Owato'nna, Minn., also survives. ou have.more leisure time wben-you let your telephone run-your errands. Many women toil us that telephone-service is worth far more than it costs just for the' time- it saves them --not counting the protection,'the convenience and the social benefits. N O R T H W E S T E R N B E L L T E L E P H O N E C O M P A N Y I F you haven't a telephone, -.-, . v'fcy not arrange for it today? Mrs. Johnson, 85, Swea City, Buriec SWEA CITY--Funeral service were held Monday for Mrs. Sophi Johnson, 85, who died Saturda at the home of her daughter, Mrs V. L. Nelson with whom she mad her home the past six years. Sh is survived by her two daughters Mrs. Conrad Linde and Mrs. V. L Nelson of Swea City, three sons Walter and John of Wakefield Nebr., and Harold of Los Angeles Funeral services were in charge o the Rev. Raymond Swanson of th Immanuel Lutheran c h u r c h where he was a lifetime membci 2 of Triplets Born at Decorah Buriei DECORAH -- The first triple born in Winneshiek county in E years arrived at the Decorah hos pital Monday to Mr. and Mr Walter Lein, who live'near Locus The two boys died soon afte birth, but the little girl is doin nicely. Funeral services for th tiny boys were held at the Willi Funeral home, with the Rev. Ca Losen officiating. Burial wa made in the West End cemetei in Spring Grove. Succumbs in Canada. Know Your State A Daily Fact About loway DEH MOINES--During the first two months of 1937, the Iowa Old Age Assistance commission aided the old age assistance departments of 16 'states in obtaining information pertaining to applicants and recipients in old. age pensions in 71 -different instances. ~- : A strutting turkey gobbler seems so silly! Nobody is yelling "Hcil!" or "Viva."--Dubuquc Tcl- cgraph-Hcrald. OSAGE--^Friends here received oi'd of the death of Mrs. Emma ilson Beard, 79, at the home of sr daughter, Mrs. Genevieve :oore, in Tabor, Can., following stroke. Mrs. Wilson's parents wned the Runge farm and Mrs. Wilson spent her girlhood -here, urviving are two daughters, Mrs. foore and Mrs.'M. L. McLean of ancouver, British Columbia. Submits to Operation. GARNER--Miss Dorothy Hamel is at Mercy hospital where she nderwent a major operation Sat- rday. Her condition is reported air. Miss Peggy Engstler is sup- lying at the county clerk's office. Discussion Is Heard. CRESCO--"Psychology of Toay." or "The Return to Religion" y Henry C. Link, was the sub- ct of a book review presented y Mrs. E. L. Westbury at the bi- eekly meeting of the Woman's ub at Crcsco Monday evening. ~rs. D. J. Hobbins led the open irum. Will Meet Thursday. DUMONT--The Sorosis of the nited Brethren church will be -itertained at the F. M. Sorenson ome Thursday afternoon. Host- sses will be Mrs. Lucy .Austin, ' . Guy Minert, Mrs. Lester Grier and Mrs. Earl Crooks. ; ' ; Anniversary Is Celebratefl. VENTURA--Mr. and Mrs. Arilon Park celebrated their twen- eth wedding anniversary Sun- ay. All their neighbors were resent, also Mr. and Mrs. Harry teffcnson of Forest City. Leave for Clarinda. TITONKA--Miss Lucille Cosgrove left Wednesday for Clarinda vhere she is to be employed in a eauty shop. She was graduated ecently from a Des Moines eauty school. Visits at Akron. OTRANTO--Miss Joy Watkin- on spent the week-end with 'ricnds at Akron. Visit at Webster City. STACYVILLE--Dr. and Mrs. Verle Fisher of Rochester, Minn., accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Everrett Kruger from here are visiting friends at Webster City and Cedar Falls.. Return From Huron. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rehpohl and daughter, Donna, returned Monday after spending three months in Huron, S. Dak. Mr. Hehpohl will retain his employment at the .Jensvold Implement company. Visits in Minneapolis. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. W. O. Prescott left Monday to visit her son, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Prescott of Minneapolis. Dr. Wilson Buys Resilience. ROCKWELI Dr. H. I. Wiison lias contracted for the purchase ot the F. G. Sharp residence in which he has been a tenant for several months. The consideration is reported as $2,400. Ill With Pneumonia. LYLE, Minn. -- Mrs. Donley Henly and son from Sterling, 111., arrived to be with her father, Ole Haas, who is seriously ill with pneumonia at the home of his son, Carl. Visitor From Lake Park. BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Knutson of Lake Park spent Sunday in the Jerome Johnson home. Visitors From Fargo. DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murphy and daughter, Linda of Fargo, N. Dak., came Friday for an over-Sunday visit at the Burke and Cooney homes. Visit at Rutland. CARPENTER--Supt. 'and Mrs. Lyman Gates and children, Dorothy and Lary, spent the weekend near Rutland visiting her parents. Dorothy remained for a longer visit with her grandparents. From U of Minnesota. LAKE MILLS -- Miss Maxine Hage, student at the University of Minnesota, spent the week-end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. M. Hage. Mother's Hip Broken. RICEVILLE--Mrs. Leo Bathen went to Wisconsin, called there by a serious accident to her mother, who suffered a broken hip. Mrs. H. Snoop took her by auto. ' Will Give Entertainment. ROCKWELL--The two enter- j tainments sponsored by the band ' mothers and given Friday and Saturday evenings at the school house netted about 552, the proceeds to be used in getting uniforms for the band members. Will Meet Thursday. CARPENTER--The Sewing circle meets Thursday at the parish house. Hostesses are Mrs. Grace Roberts and Mrs. Fred Kruse. Guests. From. Marshalltown. POPEJOY--Mrs. D. J. Sheratt of Marshalltown .visited - Monday and Tuesday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. C:.L. Harmon and sons. . . ' Visit :at Wilmar. GRAFTON--Mr: and Mrs. William .Hasse left; Monday f o r : Wi!mar, Minn., to visit several weeks at the-home of th'eir.-son, Mr..and Mrs. Lester Hasse. .. Prize Winners Named. ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Harlis entertained 2S friends at a card party. In 500 Mrs. Harold Andrews won first and Mrs. Fred Denning, second and - Raj- Richards, first and Lester Behrns second. Sees Des Moines Fighls. SWEA- CITY--Richard E. Berg, Ira Hewitt, Robert Bell and C. J, Applequist went Tuesday to'Des Moines to attend the Louis fight card. Returns From Vinlon. SWALEDALE -- Mrs. George Hanks returned from a visit at the liome of her daughter, Mrs. Victor Yount and family in Vinton and with friends in Cedar Falls. Leaves for Rochester. VENTURA--Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bohenke left for Rochester, Minn., Tuesday, where Mr. Bohenke will consult the doctors at the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Marcello Myers and Martin Bohenke accomponied them on the trip. Goes to C'anfon. GREENE--Mr. and MrsJW. E. Miller have gone to Canton, Ohio, for a two weeks' visit with relatives. .Mr. Miller is a mail carrier on one of the local rural routes. Music Projrram Given. TITONKA--The P. T. A. .met in the high school auditorium Monday evening, with .Mrs. J. F. Fisher, chairman, presiding. A musical program of 'one hour.\vas' : gvven by the school band, girls' 'glee club mixed chorus, boys' glee club anc two solo numbers. All of the participating pupils are to take par in the music contest at Britt this week. T. E. Roche of Chicago talked on "Study Lighting for the Home and School." 200ATALGONA C, OF C. SESSION Changing of Concerts to Down Town Section Favored. ALGONA--Two hundred Algona businessmen 'in annual Chamber of Commerce meeting here last night elected · directors, passed on some important questions in a special referendum, entertained guests from neighboring towns and listened to an address by L. P. Loomis, publisher of the Mason City Globe-Gazette. The meeting, held in the high school gymnasium, was directed by President Milton Norton and Secretary Oliver S. Reiley. The invocation was by the Rev. G. C. Vance and Dr. C. D. Scaap led the singing. ' Towns represented ' included Fenton, Bancroft, .Whittemore, Mason City and Fort Dodge. Are New on Board. New members of the board of directors are John Bieser,' Joe Bloom, W. V. Butler, T. H. Cris- chilles, Alf Kresensky, C. H. L'a- Barre, J. D. Lowe, W. G. MeCul- lough, R. H. Miller, 'M. G. Norton, M. J. Paal and William Steele, Jr. Retiring members are Duane Dewei, P. J. Kohha'as,' Lyle Reynolds and Russ Waller. In the membership, referendum there wasia favorable vote on changing the band concerts from swimming pool park to the downtown section, co-operation with the Kossuth county safety coun- cil, establishment of a Chamber of Commerce credit bureau, support of semi-pro baseball team, enforcement of a city ordinance against "transient merchants." The vote against continuance of [he sales tax was in the ratio pi three to one. Loyalty is Stressed. Mr. Loomis in his talk stressed the importance of loyalty to community. Salesmanship he defined as an infinite capacity for taking pains. In this connection he told of the importance of . courtesy and kindliness on the part of those who meet the public in any business. S. P. Stump, secretary of the Fort Dodge Chamber of Commerce, headed a delegation from that city and Lester Million headed a group from Mason C\y which included, besides Mr. Loomis, W. Earl Hall, Globe-Gazette managing editor, and Martin Boyle and D. W. Anderson, superintendent · and traveling freight and passenger agent for the North Western railroad. . Secretary Reiley's report covered the period since he came here from Red Oak last summer. .Included were several successful community undertakings and plans were outlined for some which are contemplated in the months ahead. Is Given Shower. HANLONTOWN--Mrs. M. O Hall was hostess Friday, at ; handkerchief, shower for Mrs. Ber Mylire, who on Sunday left fox her new ' home in Dexter, Minn Their two youngest children accompanied them while Ruth Ann and Ralph will remain with then grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M Hal, until the close of school. MRS. FROST'S RITES ARE HELD Resident o f ; Nora Springs for Many Years Leaves Husband, Daughter. NORA SPRINGS -- Funeral services were held for Mrs. Charles Frost Wednesday afternoon at the Martin Scheckler funeral home. Burial was at Park cemetery. Bertha Dahley was born in Hardanger, Norway, Aug. 23, 1854, the daughter o£ Ivor and Eliabeth Dahley. She came with her parents to America in 1866 and came to Decorah, from there to Mitchell county and w a s married to Charles Frost Dec. 8, 1830 . and spent the remainder of her life in and around Nora Springs. She is survived by her husband, Charles Frost, one daughter, Mrs. E. H. Vining of Mason City, one brother, O. - Dahley of, Nora Springs; a sister, Mrs. Anna Knudson of Wheelock, N. Dale. Her mother and father and two brothers preceded her in death. She also leaves four grandchildren, Mrs. Marie Boyd, lone Hedden. Gwendolyn Hedden, Lauretta Hedden and one great grandchild, Bobby Boyd, all of Mason City. Guest From St.'Paul. OTRANTO--Mrs. William Porter of St. Paul is a house guest of her sister, Mrs. George Woodley. . 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