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January 28, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 18« Hemp Plant Cut Likely MASON CITY GLOBE-G^ZETTfc BAD WEATHER IN SEED PRODUCING AREA IS BLAMED Contracts for Plants Expected in February;'. Two Already Awarded WASHINGTON, (IF) -- T h e amount o£ hemp seed obtained from Kentucky will finally determine the acreage to be planted this spring and the number of hemp breaking plants to be constructed in six states, S. H. McCrory, director of the hemp division, Commodity Credit Corporation, said Thursday. It was originally planned to seed 300,000 acres in Minnesota Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky to obtain badly needed hemp fiber, since foreign sources were cut off, and to build 72 plants. * * * Unusually bad .weather in Kentucky, however, where the feed is grown, h»s necessitated revising plans to plant about 2M.OOO acres and construct 42 to 55 plants, McCrory said, and this is subject to revision again when the amount of seed available is finally determined. * * * Under the original plans, it was expected 60,000 acres would be seeded each in Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois; 40,000 in Wisconsin 48,000 in Kentucky and 32,00( acres in Indiana. Construction plans called for 15 plants each in Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois eight in Wisconsin and Indiana and 11 in Kentucky. McCrory .said, that i£ the program is finally cut about one- third, the proportionate, cut in acreage and plants built in each of the states would be on aboul the same ratio--with some variations. * * * Contracts for two plants have been awarded--at Winchester, Ky., and Polo, HI.--and announcement of additional contracts Is expected to be made in February, MeCrory said. Each plant is expected to cost about $350,000 with equipment including trucks, tractors and field machinery. McCrory said one of the main determining factors in locating the hemp plants, each to process the fiber from about 4,000 acres, was the field retting of the hemp, in addition to where it can'best be grown. -···; · · · . · * · * * ; He said best retting condi- tions'were found in southern Wisconsin, northern Illinois, north central Iowa and south central Minnesota. 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Box OC Amber Lake PEAS, No. 2 Can Opal SWEET POTA- «OT A TOES, 18-oz. Can.. 1/C Ixw Prices - Complete Stock Free Delivery Buy Yonr Cigarettes Here PHONE 885 Morris Food Store 221 6th Street S. \V. lie "THIS MAN MAY DIE"-Pvt. Marshal Delliiynck peers at lus own reflection framed by the ominous warninr "if you talk too much this man may die," at the Camp Hood, Tex., tank destroyer center. The Hood Panther, camp publication, suggests the slogan should be reproduced at -a, mirror in each training camp in the nation to brrhg home the meaning of what' loose. talk can do. Private De- Muynck'a home is at Kansas-City, Kahs. ' to ret (or rot) in the field before going: to the plants. McCrory s a i d experimental planting will be done this year in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and western Iowa to determine i£ those areas are suitable for its growth. Township Chairmen Named for War Fund Drive in Chickasaw NEW HAMPTON--The Chicka- w county war fund drive with Ray Hutchinson as county chairman has the following town and township chairmen: John R. Cronin at Nashua, V. M. Upham at Fredericksburg, Joe Menges at AUa Vista, D. H. Dudley at Ionia, Victor Baltes at North Washington and Harry Kane at Lawler. Frank Tracy of Bradford township, Lyle Huffman of Chickasaw township, Alfred Roths oj Dayton township, Dewey Pennington of Deerfield t o w n s h i p , Herbert Drape of Dresden township, Ben Herrick of Fredericksburg township, J. M. O'HoIleran of Jacksonville township, George F. Johnson of New Hampton township, L. E. VIoine of Richland township, Leo Cooney of Stapleton township, George J. Winter of Utica township and Joseph Elenz of Washington township. HOLD SERVICES FOR MRS, MOORE Decorah Woman? 92, Dies Following Injury DECORAH -- Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon "for Mrs. C. O. Moore, 92, who died Monday at the Decorah hospital where she had been a patient with a broken hip since Jan. 9. The services will be held in the Fjelstul funeral home and the First Lutheran church, with the Rev. L. A 'doit ofliciating. Burial will be in :he phelps cemetery. Gustava Erickson was born in Norway and came to Winneshiek county with her parents when she was 4 years old. The family settled jermanently in Canoe township. She was married in 1887 to Charles O. Moore, who died seven years ago. Surviving are one son, J. L. Joore of Decorah and a brother, \nton Erickson, of Spokane Wash. Senior Class to Aid r*aralysis Fund Drive NORA SPRINGS--The mem- lers of the senior class of the Nora Springs high 'school will canvass he town again this year for con- ributions to the national and local nfantile paralysis fund. Contri- utions o£ a dime to 5 dollar will e accepted. Half of the money collected will e kept in Floyd county to fight he disease locally, and fhe other lalf of the fund will be sent to the pational headquarters. The senior class members hope ,o surpass the record collection of 25.30 collected by last year's class n the March of Dimes. TO ENTER AKMY SERVICE DECORAH--Ally. Carl Ny- slrorn, county attorney for Winneshiek county, will enter army service sometime in March. Attorney Nystrom has passed his physical examination a n d has, seen given 60 days to close up i Business affairs. He is now sen-- ; ng his fourth term as county at- ! torney. The local board of su-1 ervisors will appoint another at- .orney to replace Mr. Nystrom. HUSBAND FIGHTS AS SHE WORKS Mrs. Wilbur Hears of Husband's Decoration CHICAGO, PP)--While Brig, Oen. William H a l e Wilbur w a s earning the congressional medal or honor, highest American decoration, in Africa, his wife was working the night shift in a laboratory, checking blood plasma to save the lives of her husband's comrades-in-arms * * * Mrs. Wilbur, mother of tiro ? h il dre « 1 ' was at the Abbott laboratories in north Chicago when she heard the news that her husband had been decorated personally by President Roosevelt in Casablanca. * * .* "President Roosevelt in Africa 0 why, this is marvelous simpjy wonderful news," she .exclaimed. t JS a great honor!" At first she dodged questions about what she was doing, say- "It's the general who's doing things. Wouldn't you rather talk about him? I'm just doing I what I can, do. ' * * * . "* received a letter from mv husband in Africa. He told of gome through an American hospilal and seeine 20 soldiers whose lives had been saved that very day by Wood plasma * * * ·That was when I decided to g ° , 4 ° work. I had been trained at the University of Michigan I went to the Abbott laboratories and asked for a job, and here I am. Dental Project is Sponsored in Nora Springs Public School NORA SPRINGS--At the January meeting ol the Parent-Teachers association, held in the high school_ auditorium Tuesday evening, the grade teachers reported on the dental project which- has been, underway in the local school. The second grade was commended upon a perfect record of 100 pel- cent, every child in that grade having visited the dentist. The members of the welfare committee, Mrs. Frank Brunner Mrs. Henry Foster and Mrs. E. E. Sherman, will undertake to look further into the matter of failures :o have the required dental examination. Mrs. A. J. Quinby, chairman o£ the Christmas Seal sale, reported on that project. The third grade tonctle sextet made its first public appearance, under the direction of E. L. Snyder. The other pupils in thnt grade sang while the sextet performed. The next meeting will be held on Feb. 16, with the following committee in charge of the program: Mrs. John Adams, chairman; Mrs. Prescott Lindsay. Mrs. Art Straube, Miss Lucille Wtnig and Mrs. C. R. Sftanks. Legislature to Honor Lincoln on Birthday DES MOINES, (iP)_The legislature will hold a joint session at 10 a. rn., Feb. 12, to honor the memory o£ Abraham Lincoln on the 135th anniversary of his birth. A resolution providing for the joint session was passed by the house with the stipulation that J. A. Nelson, Decoralt attorney who has made an exlcnsivc,stud.v of the life of Lincoln, address the group. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. DENY CLAIM ON TURKEY LOSS Pheasants Kill 25 Month-Old Turkeys WEST UNION _ The Fayette county board of supervisors in passing on the claims for,loss of domestic animals for the year 1942 turned down this month the most unusual claim which ever \vas submitted to them in that connection. This was a claim for $25 for the killing of 25 one month old turkeys by pheasants. The super- visors checked on the claim, which was by Miss Vivian Blue of Rah- dalia, and were satisfied that the loss occurred as was asserted, but could find no legal warrant for paying claims for loss of domestic animals by any other predators than dogs and wolves. Miss Blue stated Wednesday that tlie pheasants came up in the barnyard last June and attached the poults. They did not eat the carcasses, but were observed to sip up the blood from the ground. When Miss Blue put the poults in a protected place the pheasants then started in on young chickens. She ended the trouble by selling off her turkey flock and keeping the chickens under cover. Pheasants are numerous here. and are believed to be somewhat short of food. The soybeans have been covered deeply in snow for a long time, and the corn shocks remaining in the fields are not very numerous. Within the past week, Miss Blue says, she counted 200 pheasants io one field close to her home. / 'ALPHA CLUB MEETS GOLDFIELD--Mrs. Harlan Larson was hostess to tlie Alpha club at her home on Tuesday afternoon with 11 members in attendance. Mrs. F. W. Stevenson told of "England's Colonial Policy" and Mrs. L. B. Skafte read the story, "In Full Glory Reflected," by James Street. Mrs. Paul Farber Is Queen of Iowa House in Page Boys' Vote DES MOINES, (£")-- Mrs. Paul Farber, 21 year old brunet from Lake City, is the queen of the Iowa house. Page boys who make sucli a selection every session from the ranks o£ the lawmakers' clerks announced the ' selection of Mrs. Farber at the close of Thursday's session. The 110 pound queen, who says she is 5 feet 2 inches tall "in my stocking feet but I'm 5 feet 4 inches tall today because of mv heels" has a husband in the army air corps. He is a pursuit pilot how on duty overseas. Mrs. Farber is the clerk to Representative Melvin Wilson (R.-~ Lake City). This is the first time she has worked in the legislature. ELECT NEW OFFICERS ' LeROY, Minn.--Esther circle ot fhe Lutheran church met Wednesday with airs. W. Schwark. Officers elecled were, President, Mrs. B. E. Sours; vice president, Mrs. H. Bjortont, a n d secretary- treasurer, Mrs. A. .Hawkins. WHEN COLO MISERIES STRIKE Get Penelro for colds' \ttCCgMtT. £nitHes, coughs. Tlio WAR BONDS STAMPS. Y O U R E 4 L V S A Y S W E L C O M E A T W A L C R E E N S D R U G S T O R E S 101 SO. FEDERAL lOc Woodbury Soap 2. lie · Limit 2 KREML lair Took Groomi Hf'trl 30 ft. Roll WAXED PAPER 50c foe Can .REVELATION; [ToothPowderf ar Light · Weight Stationery Send his moil this fast way! 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