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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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Thursday, March 16, 1941 13 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE This Story Clears Air /of Bad Odor Cleveland, (U.R)--This is not a story about an odor. Rather it is a tale concerning the increasing scarcity of the possesor of said odor--namely, the skunk. Trappers in Ohio blame the disappearance of the 1 valuable lur- bearing animal to disease. Conservation officials, however, report he skunk population lias boon de- ileted by -'over-trapping." Meanwhile, the ladies will soon doing without skunk i'ur coats. And professional trappers and farmers are losing a rich source of winter income. Worse, perhaps, is the word from Mantun, Ohio, farmers, who report u serious shortage in potato production because there are no skunks to dig out the grubs which feed oil the young potatoes. Trappers in northern Ohio counties say rabies--found mainly among doys--was killing off the white-striped woods kitty. Sports- men report finding full grown skunks lying dead in the fields of northern Ohio. The Ohio department of conservation, however, .discredits the disease report. Assistant Department Chief H. C. Hider says trapping has been "prohibited" in 13 southern and southeastern count- ties because of "over-trapping." Arthur M. Johnson, a Chardon, Ohio, fur buyers, says he has purchased only 40 skunk pells this year. Normally, he points out, "I buy 150 skins by the end of January." Another buyer, Forest Little of Middlefield, Oluo{ says he is purchasing "less and less" skunk. |NOT 1 -- N o t 2 --but · 8 euential ingredient!. ·8 ways to relieve · ·cold in one tablet. KAMI LUX or REGULARLY AT 40c POUND LIFEBUOY SOAP PGSOAP Giant Bars 3««11 PHILLIPS MILK OF MAGNESIA 50c Size 19 HILLS COLD TABLETS 30c Size 11 DOANS KIDNEY 75c PILLS « · · · · · Size 31 Sanitary Napkins:r« 2 ·« 25° ABDG CAPSULES Pre-War BOX OF 25 Strength . 29 RUBBER PLUNGER...14 PERUNA TONIC... 69 PINKHAM VEGETABLE COMPOUND $1.35 Size 73 IRON am. YEAST T^TS... 27° PALMOLIVE SHAVE CREAM 2 LARGE SIZE Tubes 33 PAPER NAPKINS EMBOSSED 125 COUNT 9 WAX PAPER tf, ... 2 'Q 25° BOOK MATCHES X . . . 9c PRINCE ALBERT SMOKING 1 TOBACCO Ib. 63 MAKE 'E.W YOUKSfLF { - " B E F O R E t h e ( NEW TAXES '^r EFFECTIVE APRIL 1st 20% TAX on COSMETICS 15% TAX on BILLFOLDS 20% TAX on L I G H T B U L B S 15% TAX on Tr'S BAGS ^JliJilAtMl AT OUR LOW PRICES gU^N 0 TM and SAVE on TAX 150 200 PIECES.. FUNNIES JIG SAW P U Z Z L E C/,oo« from jour '·«''".- - -. Wi 03--olir.c Alley Captain Dan VVr.5lc 0* Nationally Famous Camillus Cutlery POCKET KNIVES Genuine bone h;rl!e . Stroiic ;i r 1 11 2 2' libdc. $1.69 OXHEART DAHVERS HAIR LONG IMPERATOR What Kind of Carrots for Victory Garden By OEAN HA1UDAV Released by Central Press Association UPON checking the seed cata- , logs one linds the liftings of the various varieties o£ carrots continues to grow longer with each year. What kind of carrots for your Victory garden Becomes a problem. The simplest answer is that whenever p o s s i b l e select those varieties whicii are known to grow well in your particular area. The main diUercnce in carrots is to the shape and length of the roots. Gardeners who must work with a. shallow or heavy clay soil should select only the short or half long varieties of carrots. The Oxheart is one of the shortest carrots. It is illustrated in the accompanying Garden-Graph. The root is txvo to four inches long and it is thicu-shouldered. This carrot is tender and of good iiavor. In moderately good clay soils, Chantenay and Danvera Half Lang, illustrated, are popular. When the soil is ot a deep, mellow texture, then the very attractive long-rooted varieties of carrots can oe grown successfully, for In this type of soil these long varieties can easily be pulled. Illustrated is Imperator the All- American Silver Meda, winner. It has roots seven to eight inches long and measuring one and one- half to two inches in diameter at the shoulder, imperator is a rich, deep orange color and scientists say the brighter the color the more vitamin A in carrots. HERE and THERE Bristow--T/Cpl. Stanton Conger arrived from Camp Houze, Texas, to spend a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Conger. Meservey--Pvt. Bob Haecker of Lincoln, Nebr.. is home on a 2 weeks' furlough. Dumont -- A family gathering was held Sunday at the S. R. Piper home in honor of their son, Floyd Piper, and wife of Vcrnon, Te.x., also the birthdays of Mrs. Piper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Deloss Walsh, of this city. Bristow--The Rev. George \V. Beadle, pastor of the Church o[ Christ, is ill at his home with pleurisy and double pneumonia. Plymouth -- Mr. and Mrs. A. Chescbro hud as their guests Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Chescbro o£ Austin, Minn. Frotivin -- Mr. and Mrs. John Infield moved Into their new home which they purchased from Mr and Mrs. John Holecek. Clarion--Mrs. C. S. Roberts returned Tuesday from a visit with her d a u g h t e r . Ruth Roberts WAVE, at Washington, D. C. Ridgeway -- The local schoo board has elected Mrs. Sande Helgoland as kindergarten teacher Calmar -- Mrs. William Eppen enjoyed a visit with her 2 son who are in the armed forces, Pvl Clyde Staley recently returnee from active duty in the Pacific and Pvt. Ray Staley stationed at Camp Dodge. Fertile--Cpl. Gale Rye reached home on a few days' furlough from Fort Sill, Okla., where he is in the artillery. Mcservcy--Pvl. Wuodvow Miller of Camp Livingston, La., spent the past 2 weeks with his wife, at the Dr. G. E. Jurgcnson home. Joicc--Cpl: Helmer Bang of the army, located at Carlsbad, N. Mex., is spending a furlough with his wife and son and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bang. Hayficld--Mrs. Herman Gelner recently submitted to an appendectomy in a Mason City hospital. Thornton -- Gordon Dittmer, a student at the military academy at Lexington, Mo., returned to his school duties Monday after spending the weekend with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Dittmer. Mitchell -- Ben Bower, farmer, living west of town, suffered a painful accident Monday while c u t t i n g feed for calllc. The end of u t h u m b was cut oil. Armstrong--Mrs. Viva Thackery returned to her home from Iowa City, where she has been a patient William Blake. His sister. Alma Blake of Omaha accompanied him home. Kanawha--Mrs. Henry Hoick ecently received greeting by ablegram from her son, Harvey Cleveland, who is with the army ir corps in England. Her son, Linsworth Cleveland, is stationed I Fort Lewis, Wash., and another on, Lowell, is with the Pacific leet. Slacyvillc--The Rev. Fr. John Smith of Eima is recuperating from major operation at St. Mary's in Rochester, Minn. Father Smith was ormerly of Slacyvillc. Kanawha--Mrs. Orvillc Fabcr eceived word that her husband is stationed at Camp Beale, Sacramento, Ca!., after being transferred from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Thornton--Maynard Ilolmgaard oE the navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holmgaard, arrived home Saturday on a 14-day leave from his duties at New Orleans. Sheffield--Mrs. J. C. Hinman went to Minneapolis Monday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Kate Egan and Mrs. Fred Lordan. Spillvillc--Dorothy Sahelka and Gertrude Loesch completed a 3 months course in sewing at the Immaculate Conception academy in Dubuquc. Easlc Grove--C])l. Thealburn Thompson, stationed at St. Joseph, Mo., spent a furlough of several days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ncls Thompson. Manly--Norma Jeane Rissler, who is employed by the Collins Radio company, at Cedar Rapids, is expected to spend the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rissler. Ringsted--Cpl. Roy Petcrscn returned to Fort Knox, Ky., Tuesday after a brief furlough spent here with his wife and son and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Pcler- sen. Joicc--Lt. Lloyd Oliver Madison, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Madson, farmers north of Joice, WDS graduated March 12 from the La Junta flying school at La Junta, Colo. Scarvillc--Wilhelm Petersen of Mankato, Minn., visited at the home of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Petersen. Ackley--Cpi. Arlyss~Saathoff, in the anti-aircraft artillery at Camp llaun, Cal., is home tor a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sauthoff. Mclfonville--Sailor Cecil Carberry, has returned to Treasure at University hospital. Hanlontown -- Fannie Marec Island San Francisco after Wilson, who is attending school in Chicago, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wilson. Eagle Grove--Pvt. Harris Damon, stationed at Yuma, Ariz., is spending a 2 weeks' furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Damon. Marble Koch--Mrs. Fred Kruse o£ Hamlet, N. Car., visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Carl Kruse, at the Elmer Stout home the past week- Mrs. Fred Kruse lelt for her home in North Carolina Wednesday. Allison--William A. Kirkpatrick, former manager of the Fullerton Lumber company in Allison. has been promoted tu petty officer 1st class. He is stationed at the Great Lakes Training Station with the personel department. Goldfleld--Capt. and Mrs. Sidney C. Cleveland of Missouri visited the first of the week with his mother, Mrs. Charles Cleveland. SUcyville--Sgl. Johnny Blake o£ McKinney hospital in Texas is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rectal Soreness G«t Relief New Cosy Way -- Sit in Comfort ProUrmon K octal i* a qaicfc, dependant* Ttli«r«rof itching; painful rectal »oTcnes* -- cymptomi -which mar a^ accompany files mnd hemorrhoids. I?rings eoothmc ·cose of comfort upon contact, forma pn- tectintr film over sore area, help* dcstroT infectious porm?, aiJ Nature heal up raw. fcroltcn tissue*. No oil--no jrrca«e lo slam clot nine, SoM on money hacV Ruarantei*- Get this modern relief i-xlay . - - «IK for PROLARMON RECTAL AT FORD HOPKINS DRUG STORES spending a 16-day turlough with his mother, Mrs. A. B. Carberry and family. Eagle Grove--Mrs. O. A. Young returned to her home here, following a visit o£ several months in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Howard Paine, in Aubuquerque, N. Mex. Popcjoy--Mrs. L. E. Gatch and son, Marvin, are spending a week with the John Valenka family; also other relatives and friends in Chicago. Kicevillc--Mrs. Florence White returned Monday night from Le Mars where she had been visiting her daughter. Miss Kathleen White. StilMiii--Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hilyard, now living in Eaylc Grove, have rented a residence in Stilson. He will be associated with his lather. Clement Hilyard, in the operation of their large farm. Slacyville -- Air Cadet Eddie Hatten of St. Anselmas college at Manchester, N- H., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hatlen, has completed his first practice flights and will leave this week for another base for advanced training. Meltonvillc--Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rowland and Severely of. Waterloo visited at the Albert Bradwell home. Kanawha--John Welch has returned from California where he visited his daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Babcock, and family at Los An- gclcs. his grandson, Donald Peck, at Torrencc. and Mrs. Jay Mariner and baby at San Francisco. His grandson. Jay Mariner, who is with the coast guard, was ill in a hospital suffering from a hca.rt ailment. fire stone H E A D Q U A R T E R S F O R FINEST Q U A L I T Y PAINTS AND WALLPAPER See These Values, But . . . Buy War Bonds First! FIIEE! 28-Pag. 4. \K1»F BOOK 'nstructio.is for War Gardeners and 25c Pkg. Burpee's GIANT ZINNIA SEEDS Come In Todayf Gal. 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