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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 24, 1936
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 24 1936 RAPID PROGRESS MADE IN SEEDING Reports on Farm Conditions in North Iowa Counties Given Reed. Rapid progress in seeding Is being made in North Iowa, according to reports from various counties to Charles D. Reed of Des Moines, senior meteorologist. .Reports for the week were: Mitchell (Osage)--Seeding began first of last week; fields sticky in places first few days, but worked much better last of week; seeding about half completed; weather good for pigs, lambs, etc., where it was possible to get them out; last few days of week, however, colder but dry and good sunshine most of time. Worth (Northwood) -- No rain; strong winds and constant sunshine dried fields more rapidly than was expected; much seeding done; ground working well except in low spots; grass 'and foliage slow starting; Sunday first day of season to register above 70 degrees. Ground Working Well. Wtanebago (Forest City) -- Still cold, but nice on horses for field work which has progressed very nicely this week in fields dry enough to .work; some oats sown and all will be as soon as it can be put in; ground generally working mellow and fine; no spring rains yet, but ground still damp from melted snow. Floyd (Charles City)--Dry and lather windy with freezing temperatures on 17th and 18th; favorable for oat seeding; much seeding completed; some gardens and potatoes planted; pastures and meadows green and making good growth. Butler '(Dumont) -- Rain, 0.06; They Get 199 Years in Prison Sentenced to 199 years in prison following their conviction as slayers of Dr. Silber C. Peacock, Chicago physician mysteriously slain last Jan. 2, Durland Nash, left, and Robert Goethe, right, both 19, weep as they await transfer to Joliet penitentiary. Two other youths are yet to face trial In connection with the slaying. They are Emil Keck, 19, and Michael lavtngston, 17, who will face trial on pleas of not guilty. seeding started in earnest on 13th SO per cent completed; ground in fine shape; trees starting to bud soil conservation program going over strong. Is Nearly Completed. WRIGHT (Belmond)--Maximum temperature first day of week 7' degrees, last day 80 degrees, bu weather in between those dates ra ther cold for anything to grow hard, cold northwest wind 3 day hindered progress of seeding; seed ing well along and few more good Coming to Mason City HOTEL CERRO GORDO Tuesday, April 28 FROM 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. And Monday Evening, April 27 8 P. M. to 9 P. M. EETTJRN EVER? 28 DAYS Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M. D. The regular and reliable Chicago Specialist. 1 will make my regular visit on the above date and will be glad to see those afflicted with rectal or chronic trouble. Anyone ailing is welcome to come in for free examination. I treat diseases of the Stomach and Bowels; Liver and Gall Bladder troubles; Piles and other recta] diseases; Nervous diseases; diseases ol the Heart; Skin diseases; Kidney, Bladder and Erostattc troubles; Catarrh; Catarrhal deafness; Asthina; Bronchitis; Rheumatism of the joints and muscles; Neuralgia; Sick headaches; High Blood Pressure; Goiter; _ JDUbetea; J3onstipation; Varicose Veins and Leg Ulcers; .Female, disorders; HydroeelenSpflepsy and-otner chronic diseases. Trussesrand "abdominal supporters fitted and rupture treated. , Remember 1 have had 28 years of successful experience treating this class of "diseases and have successfully treated thousands of patients --many of them avoiding operations through my treatment and advice. If you call and after an examination you desire treatment, the cost will be reasonable. 1 have facilities to give you high class, scientific service. If you are ailing and will come in on the above date, it will be a pleasure for me to examine you and advise you accordingly. Address letters to DR. J. F. SHALLENBERGER, M. O., 768 Oakwood Blvd., Chicago, Illinois HIGH BRED PERCHERON STALLION i(DON CARLOS) WHI Stand For the Season at the DA¥E STEICKER FAHM 2 MiJes North, V 2 Mile West of County Farm. FEE $12.50 - LIVE COLT Winner of First Prize at North Iowa Fair and Clay County Fair. Phone 33-F-2 RICEVILLE AGED MAN SUCCUMBS Joseph Wicks, 85, Lived in Iowa Since 1870; Wife in Poor Health. RICEVILLE -- Joseph W i c k s , about 85, died at 5 o'clock Friday morning. He came to Iowa about 1870 and since had resided in this vicinity. He had made his home with a daughter here, Mrs. Kate Buese. Jis wife is in poor health. Ten children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Wicks but Mrs. Buese is the only ne living in this vicinity. .arson, 78,.GoldfieH, Dies; Mason City Son 1 0 Children days will see all completed; fruit trees budding; sunshine adequate. Hardin (Iowa Falls)--Small grain seeding made rapid progress; some farmers finished seeding; with favorable weather seeding will be completed by middle, of next week; grass seeding on extensive scale ground crusted badly owing to rapic drying, subsoils well watered. Palo Alto (West Bend)--No rain fine week for farm wortc; oats mostly all in; started plowing for corn GOLDFIELD-- Morten Larson, 78, ioneer, died at the home of his aughter, Mrs. Frank Anderson Wednesday following a serious illness of several weeks' duration. Mr. Carson had been 'in poor health or some time and two months ago uffered a stroke. He is survived by lis aged widow and 10 children: August Larson of Mason City; George Larson, of Estherville; John S. Larson of St. Mary's, W. Va.; Sarry, Edward and William Larson and Mrs. Frank Anderson all of Goldfield; Howard Larson of San Fernando, Cal.; Guy Larson of Rockford, 111., and Mrs. Blair Jacket of Bayard, Nebr. Malzarm Evidence Is Studied by Beardmore NEW HAMPTON--Judge Thomas A. Beardmore of Charles_ City Friday was considering evidence submitted here Wednesday ant Thursday on the appeal of Frank Malzahn, 40, Fredericksburg farm er from the findings of the Chickasaw county insanity commission which found him insane. The juris reserved his ruling but Malzahn was released from the custody of Sheriff George C. Murray to his brother, Clarence Malzahn, 3 mile from Frank's farm home. Frank wil remain at his brother's farm until the judge decides the case. All day Thursday witnesses testified on be half of the defendant. Three physicians all testified that while Frank Malzahn may not have had schooling he has an excellent knowledge of farming and in their opinion is not insane. Calmar Family Starts for Norway to Reside CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. John Stedje and family left Thursday night for New York City from where they will sail Saturday for Norway where they plan on making their future home. Mr. and Mrs Stedje have made their home in Calmar about 14 years coming Here from Norway. Fort Dodge Unit of HOLC to Be Closed DES MOINES, UP)--H. H. Van Evera, 'state manager of the Home Owners Loan corporation, announced the HOLC servicing unit at Fort Dodge will be discontinued after May 23 because there are insufficient loans in the Fort Dodge area to make its retention worthwhile. l«aves for Minnesota. CLARKSVILLE _ Richard Baer, who has been foreman in the Clarksville Star office, the past six years, has resigned to accept a like place on the New Ulm, Minn., Review and will move his family there Sunday. New Ulm was their former home. Charles Sheparcl, local man, who has also worked in the Star office, wilj take his place PAINTER HURT AT NORTHWOOD Squeezed Between Cars as He Rocked His Auto to Unlock Gears. NORTHWOOD--J. L. Painter of Northwood suffered injuries to both leg's in a peculiar automobile accident on the main street Thursday afternoon when his own car started without him and squeezed him against another car parked on the street as he was riding on the running board attempting to shut off the motor and stop his car. He had parked in front of the Bidne hardware store at an angle with the right front wheel against the curb. As he was ready to back away his starter stuck and he got out to rock the car with the gears in reverse and the ignition switch on. The gears turned the motor and the car started backwards. Painter scrambled on the running board as the car took a swing in a wide arc, his car sideswiping a car belonging to Mrs. E. F. Walters which was parked in the center of the street. Painter was caught between the two cars, both legs suffering superficial bruises and the tendons of one knee being torn to some extent. No bones were broken. The Walters' car left front fender was bent and a door lock broken. Continuing on its arc, the Painter car struck the curb, backed over the curb and across the walk, striking the front of the Wright grocery where it stopped with the rear wheels still spinning and grinding the tires on the cement walk. A small hole was broken in the front window, a bicycle belonging to Weidon Thompson, young son of Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Thompson, which was leaning against the front of the store, receiving the brunt of the shock. The bicycle was a new one received by the boy Saturday. The frame was badly bent' and the spokes of one wheel were badly broken. Painter was taken into the Bidne store and physicians were called who took him to his home on north Eighth street in the local ambulance. His injuries are painful but not serious. M E. Conference of Northwest Be at Rockwell City HtlMBOLDT, UP.)--The 1937 convention of the Northwest Iowa Methodist Conference Missionary society will be held at Rockwell City. The conference, in session here, named Mrs. H. J. Fowler of Fort 3odge president, Mrs. J. Draper of Webster City," first -vice president, and Mrs. N. A. Price of Fort Dodge, treasurer. VIrs. Gardalen Funeral Conducted at Popejoy POPEJOY--Mrs. Ole Gardaien died at her home Wednesday, Jol- owing a long siege of rheumatism, from which she had been an invalid, and a. heart attack early that morning. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church, in charge of the Rev. E. A. Duea, and interment made at the country cemetery Friday afternoon. Mr. Gardalen died 25 years ago. The children are Mrs. Nellie Gorder, Mrs. Mabel Russ of Iowa Falls, Mrs. Caroline Wright of Coulter, Elmer Gardalen of Dows. Louise Gardalen, Ed Gardalen, Ole Gardalen and Amos Gardalen, at home, and four grandchildren. lowan Files Suit for Loss of Affections DULTJTH, Minn., UP)--Charles G. Wright of Spencer, Iowa, filed a. ?25,000 alienation of affection suit here against Henry J. Councilman of Duluth, charging that he and the present Mrs. Aurelia L. Councilman were happily married when Councilman "wrongfully gained the affection of Aurelia L. Wright." The Wrights were divorced July 11,1934. Mayflower Descendants of Iowa Plan Meeting CEDAR FALLS, (IP)--The Iowa Society of Mayflower Descendants will hold its annual meeting at Iowa State Teachers college here Saturday, May 2. Farmers Entertained by Rockford Commercial Club ROCKFORD -- The Rockford Commercial club entertained the farmers of this community at a banquet at the Lutheran church Tuesday evening with 104 in attendance. John Christenson of Charles City addressed the audience on "Trees as Windbreaks on Our Farms. A girls' trio composed of Margaret Wilke, Gertrude Crowell and Evelyn Rust sang a group of songs and community singing was led by Dr. H. H. Ervin. During the business session the club voted to sponsor a Boy Scout troop. Death ot a Relative. CLARKSVILLE -- Clarence, Roy and John Martin have word of the death of their cousin, Harley Shannon, age near 50, at Barnes, Kans., Tuesday night. His father, Alex Shannon, died 25 years ago. His mother, formerly Kate Martin, is still living at Barnes. His parents were pioneer young folks of this community but went to Kansas over 50 years ago. Named Justice of Fence. RUDD--Charles P. Ell has been appointed justice of the peace for Rtidd township by the board of supervisors- Girl Back in Jail Recaptured with her ex-preacher companion, Perry E. Griffin, after she had used a stove poker to free herself and Griffin from a jail at Harrisonville, Mo., where they were held on banditry charges, Miss Madge Copcland ot Creston, Iowa, is pictured in Kansas City, Mo., where she again was locked up. Griffin was returned to Harrisoriville. The jail at Harrisonville was not deemed "strong enough" to hold Miss Copeland. (Central Press Photo) Mrs. Frudden Elected P.T.A. Head at Ackley ACKLEY--At the meeting Tuesday evening of the P. T. A. the following officers were elected: Mrs. Carl Folkers, president; Mrs. Willis Frudden, vice president; Miss Dorothy Ferrie, secretary; Mrs. Benjamin Victor, treasurer; Mrs. Frank Sine Food for Children 2}^, t i m e s m o r e energy than sugar Double-Kay Nuts are toasted fresh with real creamery butter, wholesome and healthful, ·with a rich, new flavor--so different from ordinary salted nuts merely cooked in oil. Our Special This Week! Jumbo Peanuts % Ib. 15e 1 Ib. 2Sc Phone « fat nuts whin company com«. 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