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April 4, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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MASON CITY- GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 4 ··1931 4 Kg . . . . . . . MASON CITY-GLOBE-GAZJKTT.E · j "" ^TM "" .. : . T V . IOWA ACREAGE OF SWEET GLOVER SHOWS BIG INCREASED ADVANTAGES OF CROP ARE GIVEN Amount Raised Jumps in 3 Years From 94,000 to 310,000 Acres. . AMES, April 4.--Popularity of Sweet clover In Iowa hag grown rap- Jdly in the past five years as shown by the increase from 94,000 acres to IBZ6 to an estimated acreage of 310,000 in 1930, according to E.: S. Dyas, crops specialist in the extension service at Iowa State college. Clover is valuable in rebuilding Hapleted fertility, reclaiming peat and alkali spots and in improving drainage of soils, he said. It will jwithstand dry weather and compete ·with weeds. The best method of seeding, ac- 'cording to Mr. Dyas, is in the spring with a nurse crop on a firm seedbed. Sweet clover required a sweet soil. It may also be sown in corn 'after the last cultivation if sufficient moisture is present or in a mixture pf pasture clovers and grasses. Sweet clover is used extensively by Iowa farmers as a green manure crop. It may also be cut for hay, used as pasture or as a seed crop. Allen's Fingers Are Tom Off as Horse Becomes Frightened RUDD, April 4.--While Seul Allen was riding a horse and leading a broncho Friday morning, the bron- cho became frightened and as it pulled back the lead rope tore off his fingers, leaving the thumb. He was taken to the Cedar Valley hospital at once. . I Small Son of Mr., Mrs. Winther Dies at Osage OSAGE, April 4.--John W. Winther, 3, died at the home . o f . his parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Arthur Winther Thursday from sceptic sore throat following an attack of flu. He is survived by his parents, a brother; Carrol!, 11, and two sisters, Wilma, 7 and his twin, Margery Ann. The funeral service will be conducted by the Rev. T. P. Solera, at the Osage Lutheran church Monday morning at 10 o'clock after which the body will be taken to Cedar Falls for burial. " A N A D D R E S S O f D I S T I N C T I O N " 1 I! Unusual Facilities For Small Meetings Tool THB DRAKB ,',. renowned.for.sucxxssful Conventions:.·'*. also provides facilities particularly adapted to small-group meetings. Special accommodations in room arrangements ·,.. an extra Conference Room without extra charge ... dining service .fitted- to -your needs .-. i and our experienced staff will relieve you of detail . .; . .obtain reduced railroad rates... plan registrations ... suitable entertainment,-etc. Costs are mod-' erate. Write for further information. · "rue DRAKE HOTEL* C H I C A G O it \\ I R 16 -IS »! r* ler fc : 25 HERE AND THERE * * · » · » · * * * * * · * * , - » » . · * Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Aid Society Meets. CORWITH---The Catholic Ladies Md society will meet at the Amer- can Legion hall Wednesday with the following hostesses: Mrs. Ernest 'unke, Mrs. Glenn Francis, Mrs. jlenn pxley, Mrs E. T. Hauptman id Mrs. John. Pfeffer. . Daughter Is Home. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Louis Galloway are the parents of a aughter born Wednesday. Ill at Clarksvllle. . CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. Nan Mor- Ison has been quite ill and Mrs. Jan; Cooper has been caring for her. "ihe has had the flu. · Goofl Friday Observed. FOREST CITY--;The places of lusiness were closed between 1 and ; o'clock yesterday afternoon in ob- e'rvance of Good Friday services n the various churches thruout the city. ,Comes Jfrom Missouri. LA7TMER--Mr. and Mrs. Bruce O'Neil-are enjoying a visit from the. latter's brother, Ira Ripple from southern-Missouri. Leave For Minneapolis. .PLYMOUTH--Mr and Mrs. Lee Heironemus and family 01 Minneapolis, who have been spending the Easter vacation here, left Friday for their home. Mr. and Mrs. Heir- onemus are instructors in the schools of Minneapolis. Goes to Waterloo. \ CRYSTAL LAKE]--Miss Henrietta Wittgrene, high school teacher here, went to Waterloo Thursday to attend Mr. Ruggle's funeral. Leaves for Betarice. CORWTTH 1 --Mrs. Pauline Wagner left Thursday ' for Beatrice, Nebr., where she will visit her sister, Mrs. V. -A. Hill. · Are Parents of Daughter CORWTTH--Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Meyer are the parents of a daughter, born Wednesday. Mr. Meyer is the new operator at the M. St. L. depot. , KELLEY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGE Will Play tor"tho AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DAIICE Saturday Night, April 4 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25o New ventilating system now In operation. 6UKT7 GLASS IN ALT. WINDOWS AT SLIGHT EXTRA COST ; Jn( eri SO. !*7. IT.J :Etr jpei 'lac :ch« ·1O95 to 9119ft Prteed *7QO lower, yet the most brilliant in action of all Knights ' · In beanty,size and power, this new car surpasses any low-priced Rnight ever built ... It has longer wheelbase, greater overall length, wider tread ... Interiors are roomier, more luxurious. ..The 87-horsepower motor is the highest development, of the patented double sleeve-valve engine. . A BKIUMJIT KM«KT . * ICKW WHXYS TBUCXS or 'S9. 1*0! :top txt xvet :33C .*?·! ' S ,-wce *·» 99Stol09S . 395 Vmya iH-ton duuia . . 5 9 5 M. price*/a.6. Toitdo, O. WILLYS KNIGHT Retail Salesmen Wanted. Dealers Wanted in Open Territory. HATHORN AUTO CO 109-11 First St. S. E. AlffOQ*--Alton* Motor Salts A rant ran r--Hani P. Wiaff Ayrshire--Otto Johnson B«lmbnd--Chart** J, Johnaon Buffalo Center--Bob Keltland Corwlth--- Armani Tabb Cfc*rle« City--Ed tattc£an Clarion--CamJcha*! Motor Co. CT*»T I^kfr--Overland Mason Co. Crystal Lake--Iverson frod Anderson Dows--Saterleo Garage Distributor Mason City Eagle Grove--Elawiorth Sfotcr Sales Co. EsUierrllle--Benion Moto r Co. Gait--John Psnlson I"anlkner--Faulknei Motor Co. Fonct City--B. C. Whltle* Floyd--Floyd Motor Service Garner--Whippet Sen-lea Station Hampton--WHlard Baiter? Station Hansdl--J. H. llandall Kaiunvha--IT. H. Blchens ILaUmer--F. O. I*mke _ XjTtverne--I*nveme Auto £ Machine Co. Marble Rock--Marble Rock Garage Otranto--Oiranlo Gar»(ce Rockfnrd--C. M, Aorand KIccvfllo--E. Kosher Radd--Zimmermen Auto Co. Swra City--V. A. Griffith Tttonka-- Folk Motor Co. Walllngford--Gondenwn Motor Co. RITES HELD FOR T.S, STEPHENS Ono of the most conspicuous figures at the sessions of the All-India national congress, meeting at Karachi, next to Mahatma Gandhi, is Carleton \Vashburn, above, former superintendent of schools pi Wln- notka, HI., suburb of Chicago. YOUR IOWA One Interesting. Fact Every Day About the State. You Are Proud to Call .Your Own! It has been estimated that Iowa has a total of 23,645 radios on farms.. . . . Works in Cedar Falls. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Rae Asher left for. Cedar Falls where he has procured employment. Socks Are Stolen. FOREST CITY--Mrs., Ray Burman experienced an unusual situation Thursday 'when she went, out to get some dozen pairs of socks that she had left on the line overnight. They had disappeared; the clothespins were left behind on the ground. Someone was evidently in need of socks and took that way of procuring them. Family Will Move. PLYMOUTH--George Tripp, who is operating the Urenn-Hanson garage, will bring hia family from Mason City into Mrs. Cinko's house in the near future. Home From College. CRYSTAL LAKE -- Miss Lillian Johnson who is attending Morningside college at Sioux City, is home visiting her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson. Entertains nt Hutehins. HUTCHINS--Brs. John Wermer- .sen entertained several at a club luncheon. , Go to Austin. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Carr and Mrs. George Ur- batch drove to Austin, Minn,, Wednesday for Mrs. Laura Urbatch, who has been in the hospital for some time. . J Returns From Carolina. ALGONA--Dr. G. G. Naudain of Rick Hill, S. Car., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nau- dam. He is head of the chemistry department of a girls' school at Rick Hill. . Not Absent 0 Months. LATIMER--Lois Mae Jensen 'and Edythe "Ellison, pupils of the primary Rose Budd M. E. S. S. class, have.had a-record of nine months without being absent. Return From California. EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Huston, who have been spending sevedal months in California, have returned to the city. . Visits In CalmarJ CALMAR--Miss Margaret Herr came . home . Wednesday evening from Cedar Rapids to spend Easter with Her mother. Mission Program Given. BELMOND--Mrs. J. C. Buthman was hostess to' the M. E. Woman's Foreign Missionary society. She was assisted by Mrs. John Spitler,' Sr. Will Give Farewell Party. ' CALMAR--The American Legion and ladies' auxiliary gave a farewell party Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. G. A. Meyer in honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. Boetteher. · Is 111 at Budd. RUDD--Darlene Kollman has been ill for five weeks with blood poisoning. Coach.Visits Parents. CORWITH--Tom Ryan, coach at the Missouri Valley schools, is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan. , Student IB Home, . CORWITH--Miss Frances Stu\l, student at the University of Iowa, is home for a few day a vacation with her parents, Dr.-and Mrs. C. Stu\l. Daughter.Is Born. CLARKSVILLE--A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crosby at the home of her brother, Herman Ash- brenners at Waverly. Comes From Islands. ROCKFORD--'Word received from Lieut x Wilbur E. Dunkelberg to his brother, Ray, announced his arrival m San Francisco, from the Philippine Islands where Lieutenant Dunkelberg. hals been stationed, at Fort McKinley for two years. Mrs. Dunkelberg and son, Gene, and daughter, Judith, left at once by train for Texas where they will visit relatives and Lieutenant Dunkelberg is'ex- pected to arrive here in about three weeks. Move to Hampton. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kaus and family who have been making their home here for several years moved to Hampton this week where Mr. Kaus Is employed at tha Fanners' elevator. ; Returns From Hospital. BRTTT--H. H. Mullin returned home from the Mercy hospital in Mason City Thursday. Mr. Mullin underwent an operation ,for mas- tolds last week and is making a very rapid recovery. Recover at Plymouth. PLYMOUTH--A. M. Holroyd and Bernard Giles who were quite ill with flu are recovering and able to sit up a little. Art Instructor Home, CORWITH--Paul Fole'y. art instructor at Knox college, Galesburg, HI., is ^ spending the Easter vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Foley. Returns to Rockforo". ' ROCKFORD--H. S. Goodall who has spent the winter In the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. H. Irwin Former Hampton Businessman and Franklin Pioneer Dies in Spokane. HAMPTON, April 4.--Funeral sen/ices for Thomas S. Stephens werj held at the O. F. Myers home Friday afternoon conducted by the Rev. J. Arthur Young, pastor of the Methodist church. Mr. Stephens died Monday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Nellie Hartley, In Spokane, Wash. He was born In August, 1845, at Hazel Green, Wis., and resided there until 1878 when he came to Franklin county. In 1888 Mr. Stephens engaged in the clothing business and retired in 1919. His wife preceded him in death in Feb- ruary, 1921. Besides his daughter, Mrs. Nellie Hartley, the deceased leaves one sister, Mrs. George Kendall of Hazel Green, Wls. Eagle Grove Man to Be Creston Superintendent "EAGLE GROVE, April 4.--News of the election of Supt. Jack M. Logan of this city to the superin- tendency of the schools at Creston has been 'received here. Mr. and Mrs. Logan have been residents of this city for the past nine years. Man Held at Hampton on Charges of Jailbreaking HAMPTON, April 4.--O. Lom- b'ard is being held In the county jail for the sheriff of Dickinson county. He is said to be wanted at Spirit Lake on a charge of burglarizing at night and jailbreaking. MRS. WELTER OF STACYVILLE DIES Funeral Services .Will Be Held Monday; Mother Is Surviving. STACYVILLE, April 4.--Mis 3 Katie Welter, 56, died yeslerday morning after an illness of several months. She had been, in poor health several years. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Math Welter and was associated with the Stacyville State bank for 28 years, first as assistant cashier and later as cashier. Funeral services will be held Mon-« day morning at Visitation cSurch by the Rev. Father Berbers and burial will be in Visitation cemetery. The only close relative surviving is her aged mother, Mrs. Math Welter. \ DOWN Installs a Kejvinator in Your Home BALANCE EASY TERMS Visit Our Store Monday and See the New Kelvinator Models MIER WOLF SONS MASON CITY, IOWA at Storm Lake returned to Rockford Thursday bringing with him Mrs. Erwin and sons, Jimmy and Bobby. They were Joined Saturday by Dr. Erwin and all will be guests for Easter in the Max Walker home. Auxiliary Will meet. DUMONT--The Legion auxiliary meeting will be 'held Wednesday evening at the Fred Stock home. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames Edna Boots, L. J. Coonley and John Victor. Come From Grundy Center. WODEN -- Carl and Marvin Kruse who attend high school at Grundy Center came Friday- , to spend their vacation with their parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Henry Kruse and family. JLeavcs for Huntingdon. · BRITT--Mrs. E. L. Hatten left for Huntlngton, Ind., where she was called to the bedside of her mother who is seriously ill. Comes From Kansas City. PLYMOUTH--Lawrence Tregro ot Kansas City is here for a visit with friends and schoolmates. Lawrenco lived with Mrs. M. Butts and attended schol two years ago. Return From Semore. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Sergent and two daughters, Beverly and Shirley, went to Semore where they visited Mrs. Sergent's relatives living there. They returned Saturday. Clarion Circle Meets. CLARION-- The Amega circle met with Mrs. W. H. Trowbridge Thursday afternoon. About 33 members and guests enjoyed the afternoon Mra: George Kinson as associate presented an Easter program. Mrs. Harve Duer, who has just returned from a winter's visit at Detroit, gave a talk on "Ford Village" which she visited Club Holds Meetings. NORA SPRINGS -- The Fortnightly club met with Mrs. Elsie Adams with Mrs. C. E. Tatum as assisting hostess. Mrs. Vern Cutler entertaine'd the Optimistic club at her home. The Lucky Dozen club 1 ^ world's fastest freezing fully automatic quiet three reasons why KELVINATOR is the electric refrigeration you should buy 3 YEAR GUARANTEE WITH EVERY KELVINATOR Mrs. R. T. Klemme led a lesson on lives of ministers wives in foreign fields. Mrs. L: M. Hellend and Mrs. J. S. White sang .a duet. Mrs. H. J. Williams gave.a talk on-the "first mile," in' the program for the year. The high school girts sextet furnished several numbers. Improves Near Meltpnville. MELTONV1LLE--J. E. Anderson who has been quite ill at his home west of here, is greatly improved now. Come From Minneapolis. GOLD FIELD--Mrs. Phillpp Halverson and son oC Minneapolis are visiting the N. P. Peterson and the Rev. I. D. Halverson homes this week. Entertains' Society. RUDD--The Ladles' aid of the Eden Presbyterian church met Thursday afternoon at -the George Brandau home. . Move to California. BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson and family will move in a few days to California to make their home at Los Angeles. Mr. Nelson has been employed here in the sugar factory and received word Thursday of the move to be made. Mr. Nelson has been commander this year Kdvinator alone, has the Iso-Thetmic Tubes, the outstanding development in electric refrigeration in recent years. With this engineering feature you can freeze ice cubes in the average time of 80 minutes, nearly two hours faster than the ordinary freezing speed. World-Record Freezing Speed a one of the notable features of the Kelvinator. Another feature that has won such praise from women everywhere is tiitfMy automatic control of four different temperatures in the refrigerator at the came time, and all four temperatures are scientifically correct. And the Kelvinator is unusually tjuict. Except for its beauty and its indispensable utility, you would never know it were around. If you want the best in electric refrigeration, you should buy a Kelvinator. Come in and select the model that meets all of your requirements and enjoy it while you are paying for it. For yaw convenience, ycvr pxrchase can be futn- died on the RtDisCo Monthly Budget Plan, tit easy way to buy the tat in electric Tefrigeratsou, of the American Legion at Belmond. I friends. was entertained at the home of Mrs. Claude Lucas. Program Is Given. AREDALE--Mrs. Jasper Buckmaster and Mrs. William Sllger entertained the U and I club at the Buckmaster home Friday afternoon. The program was in charge of Mrs Charles Boldeck and was an imitation of a radio broadcasting station with music and readings.' Teacher Is IB. O3AGE--Miss Margaret Casey, teacher in the grade schols here, is ill, and Mrs. Luva Tomey is caring for her. Teacher Comes Home. WODEN--Miss Estella Ludeking who teaches at Luana, came Friday to spend the week-end at the home of her father, "U. L. Lud eking and family. Group Is Entertained. NORA SPRINGS--Miss Doris Squler entertained a group of friends at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nima entertained In honor of the birthday of their daughter, Mrs. Robert Tucker of-Nashua and father, T. H. Cast. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosler, living two miles east of town,* also entertained a group' of KELVINATOR DEALERS MIER WOLF SONS Carl Boeckemeier - - - - Dumont A. E. Wetter Orchard Drake Bros. Crystal Lake E . P . Hatten - - - - - - - Stacyville H. D. Kruggel Hardware Co. - - Rockwell Schaap Voss - - -· - Austinville Judd Hardware - - Kanawha and Britt Leach Thompson - - - - - Spencer The Electric Shop - - , - - Belmond L. P. COURSHON CO., Inc. MASON CITY, IOWA DISTRIBUTORS KELVINATOR ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION FOR HOMES. OFFICES, STORES AND INSTi'tUUONS

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