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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 30, 1931
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»2£sAz*J»==~ A '' B i -=-i£ ;^ij£g-£L^e3fcJ^^ .. ,, -, « f ^u.z. MARCH 30 Mi 193* CITY MMITTEE TO WORK OUT PL AN stem Expected to Over- me Loss to Feeders Thru ( Death, Shrinkage. March 30--A new con- »j.'or ; ;Iowa lamb feeders and sra :wiU be developed by a_"com- appolnted at a meeting of optatives of ,the Iowa Sheep Vool Growers association, lamb fe -a, Iowa department of agricul- ind.Iowa. State college in, Des the meeting, which was/called e Iowa Sheep.'and Wool'grow- t was found that all Iowa feed- ftjo fed lambs on contract the year lost money. In brief the ·act provided that the., Iowa er was charged for the lambs d on the weight at the point i which Iambs were shipped and \the feeder paid for that weight *e price they sold for as fat is. The feeder had to stand all [from deatn and shrinkage in ait. Feeders received pay only gain at fat lamb prices and \ er and grower paid freight, J'mission and selling' charges on r ·qual share basis. he contract used was condemned H R E RITES FOR CRASH VICTIM ARE HELD Two Have Pneumonia.. BRISTOW--Mrs. George Conger and her son,: Jimmle, have pneumonia following attacks of the flu. R N A. Entertain Husbands. 05AGE -- The Royal Neighbors entertained their husbands Thursday evening at Woodmen hall. Were In Minnesota, RUDD--Mrs. Henry Bonewitz and son, Oliver, arrived home after vfslting the Dick Bohlen family at Thief River Falls, Minn. They left in a storm but experienced no difficulty in getting home. , At Home for Vacation GARNER--Miss Elizabeth Carr and Miss Marion Schissel students at Grinnell Allege, arrived to spend the vacation period in their homes Buv Swaledale Home. SWALEDALE--Charles Or abb htthe L. E. Jenkins house, he 'family moved Friday and Arnold Baker moved into the house that Crabbs vacated. Two Plays Given. · TIT O N K A--Two short plays were Riven at the P. T. A. meeting rttttf high school auditorium one of the members, See AGAIN SCHOOL r|EAD some ui. LUO *»»~------- ,. : le contract usea was connE^*" i -rm^ ybu Have Done," and anotnier hose attending the meeting and members of the school faculty, r feeders are being _ warned JL ne House TOO Many." nst it. A committee was ap- Go to Hawkeye. _ . GARNER-Mrs. Clifford' Swei J r d a n d Mrs. Lucinda Sweigard Stored to Charles^City, Hampton and Hawkeye Saturday. Mrs. Lucm- da Sweigard remained in Hawkeye for a visit with her son, Harvey, Improve .From Injuries. · CLARION--Dr. R. D. Bernard, L. G. Focht and Miss Esther Worra drove to Des Moines to see Mr and nSC lu. -n- t;uuimi»-^^ .. _ --r ted to draw up a-new contract b -would' be fair, to. the Iowa *r and to investigate the pos"ties of financing lamb feeding itions i£ lambs must be bought ebt instead of being fed on con- C, W McDonald, extension "alist in sheep and wool .produc- here, is chairman of the com- rESHELDFOR MRS, DRAPE, 69 laan at Fredericksburg Is jiurvived by Husband, t 10 Children. Announcement h a s b e e n made of the re-election of all the teachers of the Northwooa public schools for the next school year, including t. A. Prehm, superintendent, who camo hero last fall from Olin, snccMQing Supt. B. E. Beard, who lelt Northwood after nine years service to accept tho Buperlntendency ol the Webster City schools. . JtEDERICKSBURG, March 30. ral services for Mrs.'Henry 69, were held in Friedens . the Rev. W. -- Jng. Mrs. Drape ^was^orn in ich, Germany, Jan. 9, 1862. ie to America in 1884. On 16 1885, she was married ipe. Besides her bus- Mrs. George Eaton who are in the Lutheran hospital. The doctor reported on his return that they are getting along as well as could be expected. '· Fire Damages Home. GREENE--The house on the Mrs. William Cable farm 4 mile* northeast of Greene, was damaged some by fire late Thursday afternoon. The family have a work shop In the attic and the fire originated there, but it is not known how it originated. Come From Milwaukee. · RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. B. J. MU- lard of Milwaukee arrived in Rudd Friday for. a 'visit with 'his father, 'brother and sister. Goes to Iowa City. GARNER--Miss Ruth Katter, student nurse at Iowa State university, returned to Iowa ^City Monday after-, a brief visit with her YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About thp State You Are Proud to Call lour Own! Iowa has a land acreage of 35,575?044 acres. Of this total 33,527,291 acres are being tilled. Returns to Homo. TITONKA--Kermit Larson, ora- ployed as clerk at the Woods hotel at Iowa Falls until it burned down, | came home to spend a short time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L,. B.Larson. · Class to Be Confirmed. KLEMME -- The confirmation class of 1931 of the Reformed church will be confirmed on Good Friday, April 3, by the Rev. Calvin Gros.shuesch. Surprised on Birthday. ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Toll were surprised on their thirty- seventh wedding anniversary. Return From Chicago. BANCROFT--John Kylen returned from Chicago where he visited several weeks. Former Resident IU. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Julia Yorker was called to Cedar Rapids Saturday by the illness of her sister, Mrs. Lee Gray, a former resident here. Manager Is Retained. THORNTON -- The directors of the Farmers, Inc., Co-operative society voted to retain B. O. Sweet as manager for the coming year. Visits With Parents. ROCKFORD--Miss Alice Tippett, teacher in the high'school "at Bem- idii Minn., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tippett. Miss Tippett-was injured in an automobile accident. Visited in Illinois. GOLDFIELD--Ben T. Williams and daughter, Geneva, arrived home Friday evening from several weeks visit at Lovington, 111. Arc Given Examinations. MANLY--Members of the catechetical class at the Lutheran church were given their final examination Thursday night. Confirmation service will be held Palm Sunday morning. Go to Ames. GARNER--Elmer Quintus and Paul Knaupp, Iowa State college, went to Ames Friday. Elmer continued his work and Paul began his studies. Mr. Quintus was graduated from Coe two years ago. Paul had one year's work at Coe. Given Farewell Parties. ·CALMAR--Two farewell parties were given this week-end in honor of- Mr and Mrs. W. Boettcher who plan to "move to Fenton. Saturday eve- ing- Mrs. R. Wesslemaa and Mrs. I. Bjenrud gave a party in their honor and on Sunday evening Mrs. L.. Rodtke and Mrs. W. Yager entertained for them. Coming to Clarion. . CLARION--Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Tillinghast of Long Beach, Cal., expect to arrive in Glarion in two weeks. Mr. Tillinghast was in the grocery business here before going to California. He still owns the store with his son-in-law, Charles Hanson, who is in charge. Card Party Held. ; ALLISON--A card party was held at the Allen Scott home. Fav lors were given to WUliam White- . " · · ' _ «-- . _ _ L - - t l - -TTTliifrrtOTrtO ; . - LaVerne N e w 1 a nd, Iowa Falls Youth, Is Buried ·· at Forest City. IOWA FALLS, March 30.--The funeral of LaVerne Newland, killed in an automobile collision Friday were held at the Methodist church this morning. The body was taken to Forest City for interment. He was born here Nov. 26, 1914, the son o Mr and Mrs. E. G. Newland. He wa a junior in the high school, a mem ber of the high school band and gle club, and a leader in many othe school activities. Roger Hale, wh was driving the car at the time o the accident, had · both ankle Vleltonville Community Program Will Be Given MELTONVTLLE, March 30.j-The regular monthly meeting °t tbe Community club will be held Wed nesday evening in the hall. A -program of orchestra music, a special sale, musical numbers and declamatory talks' will be given. 12th Station Is Planned.. WAVERLY, March 30.--The Sin clair Refining company-will erect a service station on Fourth stree southwest to be completed May l The building-, of Spanish design, wi be Waverly's twelfth filling station Art Kaiser, now bulk salesman, wil bo in charge S.S.S. gave me NEW JTREtMTH --1 NOW FEEL FINE HIM FulIUra Miss L o t t i e Bell Pulliam, K n o x v i l l e , Tenn., writes: "My appetite was poor. I had lost weight --was nervous and could not sleep -well afc night. In my rundown condition even my joints ached. I took seven large size bottles,of S.S.S. It greatly improved my condition. My aPP etl «; picked up. My weightTOB« a tored and I now feel fine---infect, I «el like s. newperson. S.S.S. is a splendid blood tonic and I recommend it to my friends. My another also took S.S.S. and it renewed her strength." You, too, will want to take!.S.S. Select the larger size as it holds double the quantity and represents a price saving. ©S.S.S. Co. E v e r y S p r i n g t a k e S.S.S. T o n i c ONE MORE DAY Shop Tuesday J^H ^HBjj^^ ^^^0r do ·* "·· ^" ATWATER KENT * iSampton sidib.ghHaren.-Alviii and -' Ua r w-skEssspiS Mrs. Leola Gross °^ v/ate . r , lo .°: . Emma Mattke,. Mrs. Alvin Henry, Leo and Emil ipe, «! of Fredericksburg. Bur- was in Rose Hil cemetery. Cresco Wins Four t-"' 'Jtv^tfJi « ay-STILSON--The Rev. and Mrs. N. J Boston, who have been visiting here, returned to their home at Wayland Friday. Mrs. Boston's sister, Miss Eva Richardson," returned home with them. Go to New York. · CLARION--Mr. and'-'Mrs.- C. T. Adameon, residents-of Clarion for several months while Mr. Adamson, brother of County Agent R. W. Ad'amson, assisted with tuberculo- » nju ».«·"· Adamson, assisted wim i.uuen.»TM F ' i* ;« fr»nh«lt si 3 tests, have moved to -New York irSlS in V^OUieSl| c . ty H ^ ^ serve ^ me at inspector. Returns to Allison. ALLISON--Mrs. Francis Davis, CLARION--Whi McCoy, , son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. McCoy, will leave for "Minneapolis Monday night. He has been bookkeeper at the bank of Clarion for several months and win have the same position in the First Minneapolis Trust company. Have Indian Lesson. DOWS--The Liberty club met at the home of Mrs. Vert Edwards. Mrs. Harry Lekwa had charge o£ the progcajn, "The Redman of America." A cornet solo was given by HaroW Freese. · Moisture Badly Needed. ., March 30.--In the Iowa Music contest-at Cresco won four first hnries Burr in the baritone Naomi Schlesselman in who spent several'montlui wlffi her u GARNER^--Miss Norma':Barz returned 'from Des Moines Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Barz met her in Mason City. 'Because of snow tound roads on No. 15 to Des Moines buses were not running from IJes Moinea to Garner. Visit In Minneapolis. _ PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. William Urenn went to Minneapolis to visit their son, Bernard and wife over the week-end. Class Is Entertained. ALLISON--The senior girls class |U9 5() the NEW tess Tulies gleecu eac the Cresco band youngsters ·third. won -* Community Club Holds^ ^ ?». i Meeting in Goldheld GOLDFIELb, March 30.--The lol association were guests. 9 Marble Rock Pupils Chosen for Competition .' pupils were selected from 23 lates to compete for honors in tna local grade declamatory cons . test, thYvrtnners to each division to t V 1 Eb^K^S^SK 1 Oratorical, George: Malloz, Irving Spaulding, Max Barnett; dramatic, Lucile Arthur, Orra Holcomb, Warren Ackley; humorous, Lois GUI- i, Marjorle Preston, Glen O'Neill. t h ii ^ 1 ate at Members of Boards in . Fayette County Organize WEST UNION, March 30.-- Fay- etet county has an organization, of school board members devoted to exchange of views on business problems connected with the management of school district affairs The membership is composed of directors from the 16 city, town and consolidated school districts of Fayette county, the membership being by districts, with each board entitled to «*nd to meetings as many of its members as it chooses. E. M. Stewart of Maynard is president and Edwin Benz of Randalia secretary. Rites at Cedar Rapid* CEDAR RAPIDS, March 30. (^ ^-Funeral services will be Tuesday forTM. C. Stoddard, 88, Civil war wfermn, who died at bis home Sat- night. A resident here 77 Served as city clerk, as- and treasurer, and deputy of federeTcourt and United commissioner. daughter, Mrs. Robert Elliott, at Waterloo has .moved back to her Allison residence. . Were In California. MARBLE ROCK--Mr. and Mrs. C Knesel returned for a two years stay in California and will occupy their house on South Main street. Mr. and Mrs.- Clif Ritter who have been living there will move into the Oakes house on Bradford street. ] · Come From Nebraska. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. B." Tompkins and son, Platsmouth, Nebr., spent last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ferris and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Carr and family, i ; ·:- Comes,From Chicago. BANCROFT--A. J. Berens of Chicago is spending several days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berens. Is In West Virginia. MARBLE ROCK--Walter Bohl has gone to West Virginia where he again has a position with a highway guard rail company, r Were in Minneapolis. THOMPSON--Merrill Houg, Tom Christiansen and A. J. Ashpole returned froin Minneapolis. Merril received treatment for his lip in which infection had developed from a cold Arrives From Grinnell. GOLDFIELD--Miss Betty Whyte, a student at Grinnell college, arrived home Saturday for several days' vacation before the beginning of the spring vacation. Bridge Club Bleetu. , ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Max Walker entertained the senior bridge club at their home Friday evening. High score was awarded Mrs. Lohr and Arthur Dunkelberg. Hostesses to Society. CALMAR--The community Ladies Aid held a meeting Thursday afternoon at the church. The hostesses were Mrs. Joe Morton, Mrs. C. Hofstetter and Mrs. J. Conover. Returns to Home. NORA SPRINGS--Miss Ada Trevett returned to her home after spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. Lizzie Daley at Lester Prairie, Minn. She was accompanied by Mrs. Daley and son Ralph who returned to their home at Lester Prairie the next day. Are From Medina, ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Will Andres, Medina, N. Dak. visited Mr. Andres' sister, Mrs. John Dedina. They were called to Mason City by the death of Mrs. Andres mother, Mrs. Lehman. »rt 1 AljLjloVJr*^^-"^ a^ui-^i. t}'"~ - -- rain and snow because the soil needs present. ,, . . . , . 1 Is Given Birthday. JOICE--A surprise birthday party was held in the Bethany _Lutheran church parlors for 5 Aasland, Saturday. Bancroft Meeting moisture. Are at Jordon. SWALEDALE-^Mrs. T. Streveler of Rowan has taken her father, H. Nickless, to Jordan, Minn., for treatment. , 50 Attend Party. TITONKA--About 50 attended the card'party at the I. O. O. F. hall sponsored by the American Legion auxiliary. Taken to Hospital. KLEMME -- Henry Wade .was taken to the Hampton hospital for treatment for heart disease. Given Farewell Party. CALMAR--The members of the book and thimble club held a farewell party in honor of Mrs W. Boettcher who is moving to Fenton. Visits at Goldfield. G O L D F I B L D -- Carlson H. Frances of Madison, Wis., employed at the experimental farms of the Quaker Oats company near there, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Francis. Hostess to Club. STILSON--Mrs. William Smith was hostess to the D. Y. J. club Friday afternoon. Comes From Madison. THOMPSON--Ivar Flugum of Madison, Wis., was in Thompson looking after' his farm northeast of here. He also is visiting Mrs. Elling. He returned Monday. Mrs. Alfred .,, Held. BANCROFT--The meeting held at Bradley's hall by the Farmers Educational and Co-Operative Un ion of America Friday evening wa attended by a fair sized crowd o account of the bad weather. In Charge ot Program. CLARION--The W. ; C. T. XT. me with Mrs. Will Tillman Friday. Mrs Harry Davies and Mrs. A. G. Til man as associates presented the pro gram. Return From Omaha. GREENE-rThe Rev. and Mrs. E. A Bischoft have returned from Omaha, where they were called by the serious illness of their daughter, Leona. Miss Leona ia somewhat better. Return to Carleton. RUDD--Rubble Moell and brother, Dave, Carleton, Nebr., arrived at his farm near here with two truckloads of goods. They returned Friday. Visits at Drake. , GARNER--Miss Norma Barz went to Dea Moines to spend the week-end with student xfriends at Drake university. \ Less Tubes and 125.00 Trade In Allowance for Your Old Radio Delivers No int. No extra charges with the G O L D E N V O I C E END OF MONTH OF ITURE «**;^ Person .-$5-$6 Persons- Continues Until Tuesday Evening Buy now for future delivery, if not needed at once. Furniture prices have never been so low. Open an account small down payment will deliver and the balance pn Easy Time Payments. TRADE YOUR OLD FURNITURE FOR NEW LEXINGTON AVE 8,48th ST. Frank Greg son J-i- 6 ^ """"Faf American Hotels SONS ounaay

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