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April 7, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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n 2,043_ 4-H MEMBERS IN IOWA MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 7 i»ai CLAY COUNTY IS LEADER OF LIST Cerro Gordo Ranks High in Clubs of State; Big Increase Shown. AMES, April 7.--A total of 2,043 4-H club members in 83 counties are feeding 3,256 calves in the baby beef project .for 1931, according to an announcement made from k the boys' club department In the extension service, Iowa State college. The extension service anrl Iowa Beef Producers' association co-operate on this project. In 1930 there were 1,865 club members enrolled in baby beef clubs. Clay county has the largest enrollment fqr 1931 with 110 members feeding 161 calves. Linn has' the next largest enrollment with 61 members feeding 95 calves. Marshall county has 56 members feeding 117 calves. Other counties with 40 or more members are: Cass Cerro .Gordo, Crawford, Greene Johnson, Osceola and Shelby. The calves will be fed and fitted for the various state and countv fairs and the best ones will be taken to the International Livestock show in Chicago. * Following the shows the calves will be sold, usually at club auctions. sum-mi m Cedar County Farmers Will Receive Notice of Intent to Enforce Law TIPTON, April 7. (m--Resolu tions have been passed by the Ceda county board of supervisors author zing the serving of 15 day notice on 12 Cedar county farmers of inten tion to enforce the law requiring th testing of cattle for tub'erculosis The resolutions were requested by the state department of agrioul ture. At the expiration of the notices farmers who refuse to permit their cattle.to be tested will be liable to arrest and their herds will be quarantined. Dr. Peter Malcom, state veterinarian, declared. Senator William H. MacMasters' new daughter-in-law is Mrs. William H. BlacBIasters, Jr., above, a former waitress of Charlotte, N. Car. ; Senator MacMasters is the senior senator from South Dakota. Trophy to Be Awarded. CRESCO, April 7.--Educational awards to students of the Cresco public and parochial schools are being sponsored by the local post of the American Legion.. The school opy or girl exemplifying the best all-around traits of good cltizenshln Will have his name engraved on a trophy. . . . LEONARD OLSON D'lES SUDDENLY Resident of Joice Succumbs Shortly After First Feeling 111. JOICE. April 7--Leonard Olson died suddendiy , Monday morning He helped with the milking, and then came in the house and stated it was hard for him to breathe. A Dhysician and 1 relatives were called but before help could be given he died. Mr. Olson was born Oct. 2 .895. He is survived by his wife' wo daughters; his parents Mr' and Mrs. Nels Olson, and two sis- era, Mrs. T. O. Gordon and Yen- COURT TO OPEN INWINNEBAGO .Officers to Be Elected AMES, April 7. (UP)-All e^ec- tive. officers of the classes at Iowa tate college will be elected April A, according to announcement to- ny. Petitions for nominations must e signed by at least 25 students Accident Case Is Settled Judge C. H. Kelley to Preside Monday. 'FOREST CITY, April T.--The las term of the district court for Win nebago county until next fall wil convene next Monday with Jud"C. H. Kelley of Charles City presid ing. The trial jury will not be called until the morning of April 20. One case which was to have been tried this term has been settled. R K Hoy has settled his action which was started against Irving A. Nelson of Lake Mills. The matter concerned an auto accident which occurred last spring near Jolce while Hoy and Nelson were driving to'Ma- ·ion City fn Nelson's car.'The case vas compromised and settled by the nsurance company which carried Mr. Nelson's insurance. Sfew Fredericksburg Officers of Legion Auxiliary Installed . FREDERICKSBURG, April 7 -The following officers of the newly rganized American Legion auxii- ary were installed at the meeting Monday afternoon: President, Mrs. Jildred Rich; first .vice president, Mrs. Claud .Wesp; second vice president, Mrs. Ben Herrick; secretary, ilrs.-V. M. Upham; treasurer, Mrs. C. S. Morgan; chaplain. Mrs. Roy Rhea; historian, Mrs. W. C. Upham; executive committee, Mesdames Albert Johnson, Otto Schulz and G. A. Mattke. 5oes to Des Moines. BRTTT--William ':Kunde spent the week-end with friends in Des Moines. IN PROJECT! HERE AND. THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota JAR OF PICKLES FOR FRIEND IN JAIL IS FULLOFflflOONSHINE DUBUQUE, April 7. (.¥-- Walter Bergmann came to the Dubuque county jail Saturday with a jar of pickles for hig friend, Earl Buckley. Suspicion prompted an investigation by Sheriff F. J. Kennedy who discovered the pickles were afloat in moonshine whisky. Now federal and county officials are undecided what charges, If any, will be brot against Bergmann. Meet at. Stilson. STILSON--The 4-H club girls of Boone township met at the home of Lyla Benner Saturday, Born at Klemme. KLEMME--A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Neuberger and has been named Donald Eugene. Go to Waterloo. BRISTOW--Dr. G. W. Applebyi Mrs. R. R. McClellan and Donald White visited relatives in Waterloo Sunday. Mr. .and Mrs. Charles S. Stewart accompanied them as far as Cedar Falls, where they spent the day with their son. Duane, senior at I. S. T. G. Guest at Biirchlna!. BURCHINAL--Ur. and Mrs. Len Auchampach.and son Earl of River Palls, Wis., spent the week-end with" ilrs. Auchampach's brother, Fred 3est at Burchinal. Mrs. Charles Best, mother of Mrs. Auchampach went home with them for a few weeks' visit. Students Are Ha me. , CORWTTH--Among they students who spent Easter at home were Madge May who attends the. University of Iowa, Sylvia Stilson and Alice Long, Iowa State Teachers :ollege and Dorothy Oxley from ?rake university. Visit at Rudd. RUDD--Mrs. Desne and daughter jf Waterloo visited Sunday with ler sister, Mrs. Hillman. ., Returns From Mllivaukce., CLARKSVILLE -- Miss Lydia Heery returned from Milwaukee where ahe has spent the winter with ler alster, Mrs. J, T. Murphy and amily. Birthday IB Celebrated. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. John larry entertained at dinner Easter Sunday in honor of Mrs. Robert McClintock whose birthday, hap- ened that day. . Returns to Home. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Eva Cavanaugh returned to her home Sunday after spending the winter in Waterloo helping care for her. mother-in- law, Mrs. Mary Cavanaugh. Her sister-in-law, Mrs. -Maud ..Hosmer, came with her. Come From Ames. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. John Sheahan, Ames, were Easter guests at the home of her daughter, Mrs Earl Francis. Student yislts at Luverne, LUVERNE--Miss Lucy Adams was a Sunday guest of Florence Hof. Miss Adams 13 a student at Ames and will be graduated in June when she will .receive her master's degree. ' : " '- ' · ' · · '· - .'·'· "· YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State You Are Proud to Call lour Own! Iowa farms have an average value of 526,240 and Iowa farm land, according to United States government statistics, has an average valuation of ?119.28 an acre. ANNOUNCING- the Installation of a READY MIXED CONCRETE PLANT The Concrete Is Mixed at Our Yards and Is Ready to Be Delivered to the Job on a Few Minutes'Notice. Ready mixed concrete gives the contractor concrete of quality, uniform consistency, higher strength, and better workability. It also dim. mates the usual muss around the job. Henkel Construction Co. PHONE 2626 525 NINTH ST.'S. E. Go To Wlnthrop. KLEMME -- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller and son, Herbert, drove to Winthrop, Minn., where they spent Easter at the Rev. and Mrs. P. Muller home. Returns to Home. DUMONT--Mrs. Adolph Slaiter returned to her home two and one- half miles northwest of town after two weeks at the Waverly hospital. Her infant son lived but a few hours. Visit at Cedar Rapids. KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hanson and daughter, Bernice, spent a few days with their sjn and brother, George Hanson at Cedar Rapids. Return to Lyle. LYLE, Minn. -- Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Strand returned to make their home here and are located in the Hildreth building. 34 Join Church. RUDD--Thirty-four joined the M. E. church after the Easter program Sunday morning:. - 'Postmaster Is HI. C L A R K SVTLLE -- Postmaster Rboads was ill and confined to his home a few days. Mrs. Alf Champlin assisted Miss Wehnnan at the postoffice in' his absence. Suffers From Infection. PLYMOUTH--Robert Herman is suffering from an infection in his arm. Daughter Is Born. · ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lamb are parents of an eight pound daughter, Donna Jean at their home Sunday evening-, ' Is Prom Minneapolis. ROCKFpRD--Karl Weigand, Minneapolis, is -visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Weigand. Former Teachers Meet. MARBLE ROCK--The association of former teachers met with Mrs. Clarence Swab. There was a good attendance. Taken to Hospital. . COR.WITH--The. Rev. O. E. Schaal, pastor of the Methodist church, took Mrs. Schaal to Sioux City Sunday, where she will enter the Methodist hospital and submit to an appendix operation. Return to Minneapolis. LUVERNE--Mrs. S. E. Smith, son Jimmie, and little daughter, Mary Ann, Minneapolis, were guests al the paternal H. C. Allen home. Sam drove down Friday and they returned home Easter Sunday morning. Come From Des Moines. BRISTOW--Mrs. Harry L. Searle drove to Des Moines Saturday and brot her son, Wallace and his wife horns with her to spend Easter. Mother Is Dead. CLARION--J. D. Mosley's mother died at her home in Westfield, Mass., at the age of 94 and was buried Sunday. Return to Northficld. KENSETT---Miss Fern Sigmond, John Peterson and Hartwig Rosllen returned to Northfield, Minn. f the first of the week after spending Easter vacation with home folks. Visit at Lyle. LYLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Ole Bjork of Rosholt, S. Dak., are visiting at the Myclejord and Springer homes. Come Front Carfeton. RUDD--Vane Ervay and Dave Mo ell came from Carleton, Nebr. Guests at Gordonville. GORDONSVTLLE, Minn--Arch and Doris Buchanan and Doris Eddy, -students at Iowa university, were guests in the H. R. Buchanan home. Mr. Buchanan and Miss Eddy drove to her home at Sibley. Come From Estherviile. WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Mauss and family of Estherviile spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Mauss' mother, Mrs. Mary Rudesill. Is Substitute Teacher. OS AGE--Mrs. Maurice Champion is substitute teacher at Washington school this week for Miss Margaret Casey who is ill. ladies Aid to Meet. HANLONTOWN---The ladies aid will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the church parlors. The East Side will entertain. Go To Warren. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bender and children and C. A. Le- Vitt drove to Warren, 111., Sunday for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Bender and children remained for a week's visit while Mr. Bender and Mr. LeVitt returned home the same day. In Good Condition. HAYFIELD--Altho little field work had been done previously most all farmers were In the fields Monday and the ground is in good condition. Attends Dubuque University. WODEN--Miss Lucille Anderson, who attends Dubuque university at Dubuque, is spending her vacation with her parents. Arrives From Rock Island. BANCROFT--Rose Olson and daughter of Rock Island, III arrived Thursday for a few days visit with Mrs. Olson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Green. Comes From Le Mars STILSON--The Rev. B. Zuehl, Le Mars, has been visiting, his brother, Fred for a few days. Is Seriously m. KLEMME--William Low is seriously ill at his home with dropsy. Recover at Bristow. BRISTOW--Mrs. George Couger and son, Jimmie and Bobby High, who have all been dangerously ill with pneumonia, are reported to be making satisfactory recovery. . Visits at Burchinal. BURCHTNAL--Harold Bonner of Osage visited Sunday at the Lloyd Bonner home-west of Burchinal and other relatives. Guests at Clarion. CLARION--Miss Blanche Bock, dean of women in the Presbyterian college and a former popular Wright county superintendent of schools, visited the J. K. Hilton and C. B. Story families. Mrs. John Rickett of Caldwell, Kans., was also a guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Story's family.,Mr. Story who was seriously burned a few weeks ago, is improving. Return From Excelsior. LYLE, Minn.--Supt. and Mrs. P. R. Johnson and children returned from Excelsior where they visited Mrs. Johnson's parents. Come From South Dakota. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Shearer and two sons of Mitchell, S. Dak are visiting at the I. V." Hodjrfn' home. . Spena Vacation at Home. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--Elmer Beighley and Robert Buchanan drove to Mankato to bring their sisters, Velva Beighley and Eleanor Buchanan, students at State Normal, home for the Easter vacation. Hostesses at Tea. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Elsie Lohr and Mrs. Blanch Dunkelberg were hostesses at a library tea in the reading room of the library Saturday afternoon. Given Surprise Party. HANLONTOWN--Sixty friends met for a surprise birthday party Saturday evening for Selmer Lee In the farm home of his parents. Selmer Lee is a student at the State Teachers college in Cedar Falls and was spending his Easter vacation with home folks. He returned to his work Sunday. Honored on Anniversary. OSAGE -- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Champion whose twenty-fifth wedding anniversary occurred Sunday, were entertained at dinner at the home of Mrs. Lester Coonradt^and POOL CONTRACT IS GIVEN STOLTZ Eight Bids Are Submitted on New Hampton Worjc; Lowest Accepted. NEW HAMPTON, April 7.--R. A. btoltz Construction company of New Hampton was awarded the contract for the new swimming pool. The bid by the local company m?t S f *, ne . low « st °t eight bids submitted by the following firms- George p. Peterson, Clear Lake JiH 09l21; A- R - Co£f een, Decorah' Si7'^i' 3 «r H ^r A x Malne ' Wat «rt°o, r}! 1 TM' W - H ' Nus ser, Iowa City, l"' 5 ° 8 '- J - °- Hughes, Charles City ij.15,995; Dearborn Construction company, Waterloo, 515,849- E N Jay, Rochester, Minn., $17,266- R' A. Stoltz Construction company New Hampton, 515,465. Excavating was to be started today. The work TM"= ^±^ nished by . June 1 ' 1931 . """" *" °f 525 a day will be Are From Colorado. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs Kolsrud of Colorado Springs, Colo' arrived for a visit with Mrs. Gunlld Rubberstad at Lake Mills and friends here. Mr. Kolarud has been given this territory in his line of work with the Lutheran Brotherhood and they expect to spend several weeks here during the sprina and summer. Resumes Teaching Duties. BRrrr--Kiss Bernadine Lauds- berg resumed her teaching duties at Sheffield after spending a week's spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Laudsberg. Guests at Scarvllle. SCARVELLE -- Mrs. Herman Clauson and daughter, Ramona Lou of Colton, S. Dak., have been guests at the Albert Peterson home. Mrs. Clauson is a daughter of the Petersons. Brother la Burled. WESLEY -- Swan Nelson and daughter, Hannah, returned Saturday night from Gilbert, Minn., to which place they were called by the death of his brother, Ole, 62. He was the only surviving brother and died at a hospital following a siege of the flu. Moves to Goldfield. GOLDFJELD--Mr. and Mrs. Herman Boehnke of Ventura moved into the Axel Bangs ton rooms Monday. Mr. Boehnke will have charge of the meat department of the Goldfield Grncfrj*; company being in- ?taUed thiti Mitchell Anniversary Is Attended by Large Crowe MITCHELL, April 7.--About 71 relatives and. friends of Mr. aoc Mrs. Iver Tiederman gathered a| their home northeast of town Sun* day to help them celebrate their; twenty-fifth wedding anniversary^ Guests from away were Mr. Martin Larson, Woodville, Wis.; Mr. ancj Mrs. O. Edward Larson and socj Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. CarJ Tiederman, Lake Mills; Miss Maur,*" ine Brogmers, St. Olaf college^ Northfield, Minn.; Orval H. Anse ol-, Ames, and about 20 relatives fron* St. Ansgar. 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