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February 25, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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' s ' . " , ' . ' ' s ' · ' . ' ' " Partners Expect -15% Fewer Sows for Spring Farrow HOGS WONT GIVE PROFITS OF '43 But They'll Make .. r _... for Farmers With Feed Iowa farmers probably will keep somewhere between 10 inj 20 per cent fewer sows for fart rowing this spring than last year, report Iowa State college · exten- ^ Eion agricultural economists in the monthly farm outlook released Friday. Farmers in this state will raise a lot of June pigs, however, , If present indications are correct. Possibility that March hog prices will be stronger may help · to' increase June farrowings. By · the 2nd or 3rd week m March the pressure,on marketings may have eased considerably. As soon as farmers suspect the end of heavy marketing is near and prices may- rise, many will begin to hold back hogs, the economists predict. This will both slow down marketings and : speed up the price rise. .llags won't yield the profits ot '* year asp, but they will still make good money for the mart who has feed in sight, the equipment and ability to raise hogs at a reasonable cost.- : Here are other' aspects of the farm outlook as presented by the economists Cattle-- Under the live cattle price control program of Jan. 3 prices of fed cattle have remained at about · the same level which prevailed, during the previous 2 months. The program co/itrols the maximum and minimum total amounts a slaughterer can pay for all cattle slaughtered each month, but does not control the average .cost of any one grade, Under the program, the prices « m _ a n actual : ' live · weight basis ·which ah Iowa packer can actually afford fo pay will he from 80 to 90 cents per hundredweight less than the Chicago price because th'e Iowa packer does hot receive the same actual dressing yield. The shrink from shipping permits the Chicago packer to get a higher yield. Botn the Iowa packer -and. the Chicago . packer . use the same "standard yield." Since the yields used in the live price control plan for common to choice cattle are yields for steers only, and since heifers and cows ol the* s a m e grade yield less than steers, packers will have to pay somewhat lower prices for them than for steers of the same grade. _ F e c d -- United States supplies- Jan. 1 oE feed grains, corn, oats and barley were about 16 per cent under the 1943 level. clip . Wool-- Prices for the 1944 wool ip remain uncertain until the Commodity Credit corporation an- n '1944 wool-buying " - ' · " nounces Its program.-" SANTEE ELECTED Io«a Falls--J. K. Santee has been re-elected vice-president of the American Farmers Mutual Life Insurance company and the Amer- 1 lean Farmers Mutual Automobile ' Insurance association. The 2 organizations, held their annual rneetings in Des Moines this week. CHOICE- of millions for simple headache pr colds'painful miseries, is genuine, pure St. Joseph Aspirin.Their choicemakra it tho world's largest seller at ]0f. No aspirin can do more for you--why pay more? 3S,tablcts, 20p; 100, 3oi Sir. Joseph HERE, and THERE Garner--J. C. Steinberg, man ager of the local Coast to Coas store, attended a convention managers in Minneapolis. Eagle Grove--Sumner Schwenc of St. Paul is visiting his fathe C. O. Schwenck. Joice -- Bertha Otterstail re turned from Minneapolis wher she visited a few days at the'hom of her brother-in-law and siste Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Granlow. CorirUh--Mr. and Mrs. Arthu Garman are the parents of a so born Monday at the General hos pita! in Algona. Joice--Cpl. Richard Stensrud o the army has been transferee from Pomona, Cal., to Jackson Olranto -- Mrs. John Klusmeie and sons, William Klusmeier.an Cpl. Leslie Klusmeier and daugh tei-, Mrs. Raymond Carlson, an George Ransom, visited Tuesda with relatives at Latimer. Otranto--Mrs. Roy Williamso arrived Friday froni spending sev eral days with her daughter, Lu cille, in Minneapolis. : Grafton-iMr. and Mrs. Herma Schmidt of Grafton were honore at a 7 o'clock dinner in ;the Im manuel Lutheran church basemen Sunday evening, the occasion be ing ttiei 25th wedding anniver sary. Goodell--Mr. and Mrs. L. \' Wesenberg returned home Tuei, day from Long Beach, Cal., wher they spent 2 months visiting in th homes of relatives. Ackley--Maj. and Mrs. Phili Baird of Fort Sill, Okla., have bee guests the past week with hi mother, Mrs. Hugh Baird, an brother, R. W. Baird, and siste Mrs. W. W. Bergstrome · ari daughter Patty. " W h e e l e r w o o d -- F r i e n d s ' an neighbors gathered at the. Cai Peterson home Tuesday evenin for a farewell party. The Peterson are moving to their farm recentl purchased southwest of Clea Lake. Cecil Neil of Marble Roc has rented' the farm vacated b the Petersons.. 1 -Scaryille--A pre-nuptial showe was held at the Immanuel churc parlors Tuesday evening honor ing Miss BeUlah Dowd, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey-.Dowd. Clarion--Miss Deloris Pohlma of Chicago is visiting her sister Mrs. Melvin Jackson. -Eagle Grove--Mrs. Lewir Fra ger, and daughter Donna, have re turned to their home in Madison S. Dak., following a visit at th W. H. Murphy home. 4 . Otranto--Mrs. D. J. Campbel arrived Sunday morning from California. She had been visitln; relatives and friends in Los An geles and San Francisco for nearl a month. Tbompdkn -- Born to Mr. an Mrs. Herman Hughes, a son, Mon day. This is their'first child. Kanawha--Billy Schroeder, sor of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schroeder las received his call to repor Vlarch 1 at Minot, N. Dak., wher le will take a course at the col lege. He recently passed his examinations for entrance into the navy air., corps. Ackiey--Mr. and Mrs. William Kothenbeutel w e r e pleasantly surprised by their children- and grandchildrenVon their 40th wed ding anniversary.- Scarville--Ernest C. Thompson seaman 2/C of Farragut, Idaho it spending a 15 day leave with his family in Ceylon, Minn. He, together with Mrs. Thompson, Julior, Jackie and Marsha, spent ; couple of days at the parents Jake Thompson home here. Joice--Mrs. C. A. Kittleson was released from Mercy hospital a Mason City Saturday, where she submitted to a major operation weeks ago. FASTER GAINS WITH LESS FEED CONCRETE on for^Efn oorsmade withclean, -need few if any "critical ma - long-Iastmg concrete w,E help terials." You'll find valuable ^JrTM 1 TM 6 P ° rk f ? r War su K*stio nS in free booklet, , n . ee ?S -_ T , l l e y Stt 7 e P'SS by "Permanent Farm Construe- lion." Paste coupon on penny postal for your copy. If you need help, get ia touch With your concrete contractor or building material dealer. . ----j -- ~ r*° "j , keeping them cleaner and - healthier--save feed otherwise trampled in the mud--insure faster gains, more pork per bushel of feed. Long-lasting concrete improvements cost little to build dlt !£5L l TM D c I M " E ~NTA'Ss'ooATfoN 408 Hubbell BHg., Det Moinei 9, lowo Please send me "Permanent Farm Construction." Am particularly interested in improvement! checked. Name _ Street or R. F..fl. A'o....; ilos; s,StttK; ouses; Q Mflk Cool- «t Tints; QFe«Enic JJoors; n Son SiTioJ Tanks: «t« Ccilirj; Concrete. City. Eagle Grove--Mrs: E. E. McCa 1 lum returned from a 10-day vis with his sister, in Flint, Mich. He father, C. C. Anderson, was wit her, and has returned to his horn in Eimore, Minn. Klemme--Mr. and Mrs. Morri Murrey of near Klemme are th parents of twins, a boy and a gir born Monday night at Mercy hos Pital at Mason City. The babie weigher-pounds' each. These ar the first children of the Murreys Joice-- Sgr. .Wadiea Abraham who has been stationed with th army in Hawaii, is now located-'i News Guinea. . ; Otranto--Harry Dbckst'ader at tended "Fathers' Night," at Austi Friday, sponsored by the junio college. His daughter, Phyllis'Jean is a student. -Mr. and Mrs. Emil Iver son of Kiester, Minn., and Mr: Geria Berg of Nortb Dakota vis ited Sunday at the M. K. Dahl seide home. Nora Springs--Mr. and Mr; Wayne Ravlin and sons and Mr and Mrs. David Gast of Mason City were visitors in the home o Mrs. Josephine Sqiiier and Dori Sunday afternoon. Williams -- The M e t h o d is church at Williams held its annua laymans day service Sunda morning. , Co«vith -i- Mr. and.Mrs. Jack Baumeister of Batavia, 111., ar the parents ot a son, born Feb. 19 Mrs. Baumeister is the forme Jean Merriam. : · .. Nprthwood--Ted Gran, TOana ger of the local Coas£-{o-doas store, went to Minneapolis thi week to attend the annual meet ing of that group. ' Otranto--Mrs. Lawrence Stel ter- is at the St. Olaf hospital a Austin recovering from a majo operation. , Rieeville--Mrs. Leo Bathen i visiting her sister in Chicago. Sh accompanied her son, CpJ. Jame Bathen,,4o Chicago on his return to Camp Blanding, Fla. Nora Springs -- Mrs. John R Hofler returned to her home a Mason City after spending thi. past 4 , months at Hattiesburg Miss., with her husband, S/Sgt John R. Hofler, who has been head clerk at the railway transportation school at Camp Shelby Miss. , - Fertile--Pfc. ..Robert 'Jorgenson of Camp Adaire; Or.o., is visitin his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. N Jorgenson on an 8-day furlough Cadet Catherine Jorgenson, his sister, who- is in training at the Wesley Memorial hospital at Chicago, came early Saturday morning to see her parents and brother. ' ', · . Eagle Grove--Mrs. Earl Knut- ,sdn returned from a 2 weeks' "visi in .Monroe,. N. Car., where sh visited her husband, who is sta tioned at Camp Sutton. , Goodell -- Mr, and Mrs. Pete Steenblocfc received word' from their -2 sons who are with th armed forces in foreign lands Dale is in New Guinea and Harvey in Italy. Popejoy--Mrs. P. C. Huggins o. Elkader is visiting in the Ben Fuller home this week. Eagle Grove--Mrs. Owen McGrann and daughter, Mrs. Ralph Nemeck of Omaha, visited for several days with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Blake and with Mrs. McGrann's sister Mrs. Helen Flower. .Convith--Pfc. Carvel Risvold stationed at Fort Leonard Wood Wo., spent the weekend with hii family. Pfc. Dwight Baker and Mrs. Baker who have been at Tyler, Texas, were callers in Cor- vith Tuesday. _ Joice--Mrs. G. M. Germany and Jean of Minot, N. Dak., are vis- ting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Leora 'Kisner. Nora Springs--Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Dancliff went to Des Moines Tuesday by train to attend the annual convention of representa- ives of the State Farm Mutual nsurance company. E a g l e Grove--Miss Margaret Garland and her friend, Miss Minnie Lusk of Des Moines visited or several days with the former's parents:, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ·arland. Joice--Ardelle Brosdal. who re- urned from the hospital last week or treatment o[ head infections vas taken to Mercy hospital at Mason City S u n d a y evening where she had an operation for mastoid. Thompson--Mr. and Mrs, Reu en Cox and Albert Torson of Bermidpi, Minn., attended the uneral services of the late Thorn horson, their father and brother. Beimond--George Brady spent Wednesday at Dougherty with his rother Tom Brady, of Miles City, lont., who is visiting at the Jim Brady home for a few days. \VheeIcrwood-Mr. and Mrs. Jrrin Bryant were honored Fri- ay rvpning at a farewell party i their home. Sixty friends were iresent. A gift was presented the ouple. The Bryants,have resided ere for nearly 30 years and will move to Los Angeles, Cal., later Iowa Falls--The Hardin count'y chool study committee met " he city hall Tuesday evening wi ' ir _ - -- j -- « j v_* 1,11111^ %V l l l l Jr. William H. Stacey of the rural ocialogy department of Iowa tatc college in Ames to outline lans. Clarion--F. J. McCoy suffered broken left wrist .Monday morn- ng when he fell on the steps at is home. Goodell--Mrs. Jost of Klemme nd Mrs. Harvey Harberts were o-hostesscs in the latter's home hursday afternoon at a miscel- aneous shower honoring Mrs teifco Brass. Slilson--Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry rear and son, Tommy, were in arner Saturday to see Mr. and :rs, N. E. Brcar, who had pre- lously arrived from Colorado Pnngs, Colo., where Mr. Brcar as employed by the.government. RECEIVE DECORATION--Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Jante, Garner, have received the purple heart decoration for their son, Edwin E. Jante, yeoman 3/e, who was 'missing following the sinking of the U. S. S. Arizona at Pearl Harbor Dec. 7, 1941. The gav- eminent declared him officially dead Jan. 30, 1943, and a. memorial service was held for him at St. John's Lutheran church near Ventura on Feb. 8..1942. Mr. add Mrs. Jante have also received the casket flag which, since the body \yas not recovered, was not used at the memorial service. MRS. E, POLLITT DIES AT.CRESCO Winneshiek Pioneer Once Taught School Cresco -- Funeral services for Mrs. Edmund Pollitt, 81, were held Thursday at the Methodist church the Rev. George W. Turner, pastor, officiated, with burial at Oak ' , Lawn cemete'rv. Mrs. Pollitt" ha'd been making . ner home for some time at the Mrs. Abbie ' Champlin residence where she died Sunday. She was born Aug. 9, 18G2 a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Z. B. Landon'of Bun- Oak, Winneshiek county, where she grew to womanhood and 'taught school for a number of years. She' was married to Edmund Pollitt in 1881 and they lived on a farm near Burr Oak for 7 years when they moved to Minneapolis where they lived lor 6 years, then returned to the farm home. There they remained until ^about 36 years ago when they moved to Cresco where Mr. Pollitt died Jan. 4 1929. ' Seven children survive as follows: Harry Pollitt of San Juan, Cal.; Guy R. PolUU of Cresco; Mrs. Walter Dasfcam of near Cresco: Mrs. Nellie Farrell of'Watson- ville, Cal.; Mrs. Henry Aberg of Richmond, Cal.; Clifford F. Pol- Sitt of Chester; and George G Pollitt of St. Paul, Minn. Also" surviving are 2 sisters: Mrs. Mary Porter of Mason City and Mrs. Alice Price of Burr Oak. DIES AT CARPENTER Carpenter--Sever Lee, age 74, died a t - h i s home Tuesday evening after a long illness. He is survived by his wile, 2 daughters, Mrs. Clara Bewick, LaCrosse, Wis., and Mrs. Anna Oleson, Bagley, Vlinn., and 2 sons, Selmer and Gustaf Lee, Carpenter. Meetings. Of North Iowa Organizations IOWA FALLS--Vern Carml- hael of Clarinda, grand master o£ he Grand lodge ofUowa, I. O. O. ·., will be a guest at the regular meeting of the Arcturus lodge, No. 00, in Iowa Falls Monday evening. SHEFFIELD-- Sheffield chapter Order o£ Eastern Star, will hold its nnual school of instruction in the Wasonic hall Monday afternoon nd evening. Mrs.' Beryl Dittmcr, hornton, will conduct the school f instruction. WAUCQMA--The Ladies' Farm Bureau training school met Wcd- esday for an all day session with ITS. Ed J. Balk. Miss Virginia Yaupel, Fayette county home eco- omist, had charge of the lesson oii irst aid. . WAUCOMA--Mrs. Othmar C. .uce was hostess to 14 members f the Waucoma Woman's club nd one guest, Mrs. Hattie Coch 7 an. Wednesday afternoon. KANAWHA--The next meeting f the Amsterdam township Farm Bureau will be held at the grade : chool building Tuesday eveninTM Following the program a' box- so- ial will be held. j GARNER--Odd Fellows and their vivcs and all Rebekah members nd their husbands will give a a o' 'o l 'p y Tucsday eV£ n n S at the GARNER--St. Paul's Lutheran hurcn will hold special Icnten :rvices every Thursday evenin" cgmning at 8 o'clock p. m. during ic Icnten season. The Rev. G J ·Cupke is pastor. MANLY--Mrs. R. B. Spearing r as to be hostess to members of tysLery circle, and guests Friday vening. One feature was to be a -imstrel show. MANLY--Mrs. Ben Lake was ostcss to the library benefit ridge club Tuesday. Mrs. Gavin nd Mrs. Blattspieler received nzes. Mrs. L. L. Johnson will ntcrtain the club at its next iccling. THOMPSON--The Betheny Lu- itfran Ladies' aid will serve at he town hall Thursday. PASTOR TO QUIT ALLISON CHARGE The Rev. Noel Orcutt to Take Hawarden Charge Allison--The ReV. Noel Orcutt, pastor of the i Associated church in Allison for the past -2V5 years, has resigned to take the pulpit of another Associated church at Hawarden. His resignation becomes effective the middle of March. During the time he has been in Allison the Rev. Mr.-Noel Orcutt has participated in many activities, having served as Boy Scout leader for a year, working as a clerk in the local ration office, and serving as publicity chairman .of the Butler county Red Cross. John McGregor Dies Day Before Sister's Rites Nashua--John McGregor died at midnight Wednesday after a long ilhiess from a stroke. The funeral o£ his sister, Mrs. A. J. Lundgren, of Boi'up, Minn., the former Margaret McGregor, of Nashua, was held at her home the following day. · Mr. McGregor was born in Chickasaw. county July 19, 1875, and was married to. Miss Nellie McGregoi 1 March 14, 1901. The wife and 2 children,. Dale oC .Charles City, and ·Avis, a teacher in the Charles City schools, survive. . Creamery at Calmar Has Annual Meeting Calmar--Receipts from the Calmar creamery for the past month show'44,126 pounds of butterfat received; 54,830 pounds of butter manufactured and an a v e r a g e price of 5C cents paid for butterfat during the past month. , Buy, War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. . BACK FKOM OVERSEA--Cpl. Elmer E. Langlitz, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Will Langlitz of near Klemme and a brother ot Mayor Ira Lanslitz of Goodell, has reported to Fort Sheridan, 111., after a month's furlough. He is now stationed at Camp Stewart, Ga. He spent 20 'months in the* British West Indies with the exception of a few weeks in Porto Eico at officers' training school. He is a graduate of Meservey high school. : · STUDENT UNION PLANS MEETING Annual Convention to' Be at Luther College Decorah, (#)--About 200 members of the Lutheran Students Union! from Minnesota, South Dakota and .Iowa are expected to attend their annual convention at Luther college March 3 and 4, those in charge of the meeting said Thursday. Guest speakers will be the Kev. Dr. L. A. Pierson', president of the South Dakota district of the 1 Norwegian Lutheran Church of America; the Rev. J. W. Ylvisaker Minneapolis; the Hev. E. C. Rein- erlson, Forest City, and the Rev. A. S. Burgess, who has served as a missionary to many foreign lands. Colleges expected to be'repre- sented in addition to Luther arc St. plaf. Northfield. Minn.: Concordia. Modi-head, Minn.; Augus- tami, Sioux Falls, S. Dak.; and Waldorf, Forest City. Rock Falls Residents Find Luck Mostly Bad Rock Falls--Miss Laura Kintz, cook for'.the hot lunches at the Falls township, school,, fell in her yard, sprained her ankle and broke -both bones close to the ankle in her right leg. Juanita Jones, 10 year old" daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones, was taken to a Mason City hospital for an appendix operation Monday evening. Mrs. W. H. Selleck fell and broke her arm. ELECTED PRESIDENT Goldfield--Earl L. Bartley of Goldfield was elected president of the Iowa-Nebraska poultry and egg institute at the 50th animal meeting at Sioux City. Heart Attack Causes Death of Mrs. Eckkoff Nashua--Mrs. John ' Eckhoff, died su'ddenly of- a heart attack Wednesday night. She had been to a neighbor and was planning to attend the show, but on her return home 3he was taken suddenly ill and died before a doctor could reach her. She was. born in Butler county, and was married Jan. 28, 1912. She lived' in Floyd county until she came to Nashua in November. She is survived by her husband a daughter., Mrs. Carl Becker, Nashua, and son, John of Charles City, and by Beulah Froen, who had made her home'with them since her birth. Fatal accidents in and around American homes numbered about 31,000 in 1943-- an increase of L- 000 over 1942. 4 -Friday, Feb. Kf. 1M«, MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE P I L O T TRANSFERRED--Lt. Robert J. Eicl, son ot Dr. and Mrs. Johu O. Eiel ot Osage, completed his training at Laughlin Field, Del Rio, Texas, as 1st pilot in a B-26 marauder and has been moved to Shreveport, La..'for further training:. (Photo by Free). Held Rites, Friday for Mrs. Josephine Fryslie Iowa Falls--Funei-alservices for Mrs. Josephine Fryslie, "70, were to be hold at the Wood funeral chapel and the English Lutheran church Friday afternoon with the Rev. W. A. Wolgemuth officiating. . She was bom at Lah,arpe, 111., Feb. 11, 1874, a daughter ot Joseph and Teresa Vest. She attended college, at Carthage, 111.-, and taught school for several years prior to her marriage to Andrew Fryslie at Dows. She is survived by 4 sons, Kenneth, living in Illinois; Gerald, Iowa Falls; Ernest and Everel't, Just 2 drops Penetro Nose Drops in each nostril help you breathe Ireer almost instantly, so your 'Id gets head -lead cold g,.^ .... Only 25c~2i4 times ,, much fqrSOc. Caution: Use only as directed. Fcnetro No le JUropi COMPLETE DISPOSAL! ENTIRE STOCK HOSIERY Ceiling Price 1.23 to 1.50 OUR SALE PRICE EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED FIRST QUALITY Here is a chance that comes once in a lifetime! We nrc closinc out our entire stock of Mesh and Lisle hosiery . . . at prices far below- wholesale! Some of them made by the famous Cannon Mil! s _ cvcl -y pan- guaranteed strictly first quality! Think of it! Three pair for the price of one! Newest shades. Sizes 8V ; _ to 10',A. BUY THEJI BY THE BOX! 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