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Wednesday, April 8, 1931
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:S :'· " '·· ."-V- -J · 'APUTT 1931 · 57 Counties Listed as Free From Infection Among .. A ., Cattle Herds. By RADFORD E. MOBLEY . · Staff .Correspondent -WASHINGTON, April 8.--A to' tal of 223,710 cattle were tested for tubercular infection in Iowa durin- February, Dr. A. E. Wight, depart- raent of agriculture official In . charge of tuberculosis eradication, announced here today In a discussion of results obtained from Iowa's hearty co-operation with the federal government to outlaw the malady. Of this - large number examined' during the month, representing 13604 herds, only 3.58S cattle wera condemned and purchased from their. owners '· ·. because of the ·presence of tuberculosis germs The average total price paid by the · state and 'federal government for condemned cattle was 590 a head. :' 57 Counties'. Accredited, . Of the 99, counties in Iowa 57 were classified on March 1 as modified accredited counties or areas In · which.all cattle were entirely .free from tubercular Infection, Wight ex- .plained." This. la an increase-of three counties since last November. Wight made no" mention in his report^of the "rebellion" of a small · group of Cedar county, farmers In .opposition to the text tests. ' Recent 'records, he said,' reveal ; .there are only 700,000 cattle in the state, on the waiting list for exam Ination, while a total of 3,000000 ·cattle in 200,000 herds are at the .present being tested under the supervision of M. a. Thornburg, Iowa .state official at Dea Moines in .charge of tuberculin testa. : .;. ' In, Good Position. . , 'Iowa finds itself in a far better position than moat of the states .'.farther east where the campaign against tuberculosis in cattle has cot progressed so rapidly," Dr Wight said, pointing out that, tubercular cattle discovered by thord examinations had constituted an average of Jess than 1 per cent of the total number. "Iowa's progress may be showa by the fact that, the number of cattle In the state, after a number of tests, found absolute free from .Infection increased from 69,333 to 71,076," Wight concluded. . Is Buried at Luverne. LUVERNE, April 8.--Roger.Ev- erett, the six months old son of Mr. arid Mrs. Everett Thompson, Lake City, v was buried here. The cause of j^kjs^Jeatb^was Sntestinai %· v ' ' ? ·.i Scientists' 7 didn't" heip much by »ddmg 10 years to life.'They gave tt^to infants Instead of the old fellows who need it.--Fountain Inn Tribune. BANKERS PLAN GROUP SESSIONS Hampton and Cresco Will Be Hosts at Series of . Iowa Meetings. . DES MOOTES, Aprn8.UFV--Sites for group meetings of the Iowa Bankers' association . during the month of May have beijn-announced by C. C. Jacobseri of Sioux City president of the association. The southern group meetings will be held at Iowa City May 11 Ceri- terville, May 12; Chariton, May 13- Missouri Valley, May 14, and Newton, May 15; The northern groups will gather at Maquoketa May 18, ' Hampton May IB, Cresco May 20,'Spirit Lake May 21, arid Rock Rapids May 22. The group meetings are now rotated among counties of each group according to their alphabetical listing- . . - . . . . Green Named Head of Algdna Police ALGONA,.April 8.--The new city administrators under C. F. Spech't as mayor took over their official duties Monday. The only change came in the police department. Marshal Floyd Newville was retired In favor of Frank-Green. Mr. Newville bus been on the police force for 18 years with most of the time as chief. Horace VanAlstyne will succeed Green as night polieeinan. The question of changing the police has been a factor in the Algoaa elections for the past three terms. HERE T H E . Miscellaneous Items From 100 Glote-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Vlrft« With Relatives. OTRANTO--Mr. arid Mrs. S. J. Sine, Kathryri and Ornot, spent Easter with relatives at Waterloo. , Return From Osceola. .. BRISTOW--The Misses Maxine. and Edith Surfus, who spent a week visiting their mother at Osceola returned Sunday. Mrs. Ethel Surfus accompanied her daughters back and will be a guest at the William Surfus home for a few days. Honored at Shower. ,, SEXTON--Ha M. Olsen entertained, at.a miscellaneous .shower in honor of Leola Huff-at her hoine. There 'were 18 in attendance. Go To Des Mc.'jies. ALEXANDER--The Rev. Charles Buckwalter drove to Des Moines Monday with Miss Alice Ruehlen, a junior in the deaconess training school at Des Moinea, who assisted In'the special Passion week' services. · , " - . . · ' Entprtains Algona. League. SEXTON -- Alberta and Emery Grosenbauch entertainetj v the Algona league at a party at their home here. Ill at Sexton. SEXTON--Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Huff, Sr., is bedfast and packed in ice with enlargement of the heart. He will have to:remain in bed for at least six weeks yet. Return to Minneapolis;'' KENSETT--Lynn · Blo'kei- and YOUR IONVA One Interesting Fuct Every Day About the State' Yon Are Proud to Call ,iour Own.' One-eighth of the population Iowa Is supported by manufactu ing plants, or more than 34000 ' persons. DONAiD 'FIELD MANLY, April 8--A mystery :ptay, "The Cat o 1 Nine Tails," .will be. presented Friday night by the senior class of the Manly high school. -The cast Includes Orpha Bruyn, Donald Field, Harold Varhanik, Modcs- ta Kelley, Ted MIkesch, Frank Keindle, Bessie Hurd, Mabel Mitchell, Robert O. Brown, Mil- .aredRichcy and Florence Tforr. Forest City Teacher ' Recovers From Bums .FOREST CITY, A^ril.8;--Walter ^JfW 3 .XWgh..'* school · ^Instructor, who severely bnrned Kis.hands^sev- eral weeks ago in an/explosion in the high school chemistry laboratory, has completely recovered from the effect of the burns. His hands were bandaged for several weeks Three Plays Will Be -.:. Giyen at Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS, 'April 3 -Three one-act plays will be given Friday evening at the high 'school auditorium .at.8 o'clock. The plays are "The Orange Colored Necktie," "Not Quite Such a.6oose" and "Sauce for the' Goslings." Those taking part in the plays are members of the dramatic department of the high school in the senior year. Forest City Choir May Take Trip to Chicago FOREST CITY, April 8.--Plans are being made to finance the Immanuel Lutheran choir choir trip to the Luther league convention which will be held in Chicago in June. The choir, is. cmposed - of, 40- members made up':of.local residents and stu-' dents at Waldorf college. : What the stock market needs according to the long' traders, is a Moses and plenty of bull rushes.-Virginian-Pilot. Silas Edwards who are attending a barbers' schol 'at Minneapolis returned there Tuesday, they were ac- NAN HALPERIN on the air tonight, Wednesday April 8 9 P. M.'iCentral Standard Time If you like to chuckle don't fail to tune in VITALITY PERSONALITIES tonight. Nan Halperin, whose drolleries have made millions laugh, will be the featured star with Freddie Rich's VITALITY Orchestra. -VITALITY introduces to you a new stage and screen celebrity, every Wednesday night. Ted Huslng is master of ceremonies. STATION KMOX ST. LOUIS You will sparkle with VITALITY It Is so" easy to look and feel 1 one's best In Vitality Shoes. They combine the smartest style with a delightful ease which bears the most . searching inspection. This different footwear, preferred by well dressed .women everywhere, is built on a wonderful new principle which allows the foot to relax in cushroned,comfort. .Come in and see the charming new Vitality shoes. They are beautifully made of solid leather, and represent a truly wonderful value. Sizes 2 to 11. Widths AAAA to EEE. DEPENDABLE SHOEIS K»- NO. FEDERAL AVE. MASON CITY - IOWA companied by Mrs. Swan Edwards who will spend a few days hi the cities. ' Visit at Marble Rock. MARBLE ROCK--Miss Theodora Messerschmidt and her friend, Frank Koyal, Chicago, Visite'd her parents, Mr.' and 'Mrs. Theodore Messerschmidt. Return to Hebron. HUTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. C. L; Higdon of Hebron, II!.. returned to their home Monday after, spending a weeks vacation with his parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Ben Higdon,' Sr. Mr. Higdon is principal of the Hebron school. To Be in Spelling Contest. ALLISON, April 7.--Opal Boelman, a pupil of the eighth grade', will represent the Allison public school at the Butler county spelling contest to"be held here April 11. ' Return to Allison. ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Ra.nsom.haVe returned from Cplo- radoSprlrig'Sr.'...^-.'.^''.'^..-·,'-?, ''..C.':,;,;,' :..·'" DaughterTs Borni -i ·· KENSETT--Mr.' and Mrs. Silas Edwards are the parents of a' girl born Monday. Mrs. Edwar.da was Alma Jenkins of Fertile before her marriage. · · · ·· Endeavor Holds Meeting. STILSON--The Christian Endeavor business meeting and social hour was held Tuesday evening In the church basement. Coma From Austin. ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. Lester Anderson and daughter of Austin, Minn., are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Whiteslde. Returns to Indianola. BRITT--Erlis .Brooks left this morning, for Indianola where she will resume her college duties. Miss, Brooks spent her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R . Brooks. . - · · · . Nutrition Lesson Given. ' STILSON--The Boone township leaders nutrition lesson was given at Mrs. Russel Noll's Monday. Guests at Kehsett. KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Knudtson, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Holland and Merle Steele, all of Minneapolis and Miss Lillian Cagum of Hancock, Minn.; were all guests at the Bert Knudtson horrie. Leave for Dubuqae LAKOTA'--The -Rev. and Mrs. O. a. Frerklng left Tuesday morning for Dubuque taking their daughter, Violet, back^ to college. Violet -is studying music at the university. HI nt Nora Springs. NORA SPRINGS--Seven year old Ula Hofler, daughter of Mr. and »rs. Harold Hofler has been ill the past week. Entertain at Calmar. CALMAR--Mrs. Anna Evenson entertained at the home of Mrs: L. D. Wagnsness Tuesday evening. Visited m Chicago. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Emil Buck returned home Tuesday after spending several days visiting their sons In Chicago. Move to Searing. BRISTOW--Mr.' and Mrs. Morris xoberts moved Monday to Searing, N. Dak., where Mr. Roberts will be employed on a farm. · Return to Janesvllle. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moe visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Moe and Mr. 'and Mrs. Theodore Johnson and returned to their home" at Tanesville, Wis., Monday. W. F. M. s. Holds Meeting. · NORA SPRINGS--The Methodist woman's Foreign missionary soci- ty met at the home of Mrs. Nettie Swartwood with the hostess as Jead- r of the lesson in the absence of vlrs. Laze Hill. Plans were made to nvite other missionary societies to neet with his society the day fol- owing the unit meeting to be held at Mason City April 23 and 21 when n foreign missionary will peak at the Nora Springs church. Goes to Cedar Rapids. CALMAR--Miss Margarete Herr eturned Sunday night to her school uties at Cedar Rapids. Visits at Nora Springs. NORA SPRINGS--Guy Hlestand f Kalamazoo, Mich., Is visiting ere. He lived on a farm west of own ll years and left 36 years go. He has been, visiting a slater who lives in Minneapolis. Come From Minneapolis. ALEXANDER -- Mr. and Mrs Louie Groh and daughter of Minne apolis spent Easter with her sisters Mr. and Mrs. Clay Kllnefelter an Mr. and Mrs. . Aldrich Beenen. Able to Leave Hospital ALEXANDER -- Miss Margare Hail returned home , from low. Falls where she has been a patien in the hospital after' an operation for appendicitis. . Move to Garner. GARNER-- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cramer, who have been living on their farm at Allison the past fou years, are moving back to town nest week and will live in thei home on South Main street. Vacation at Latimer. LATTMER-- The Christian Da ay school js enjoying a week's vacation this week. Was in Iowa City. ROWAN-- Mrs. Ed Cowhick returned from. Iowa City where she underwent an operation for goiter ,,,,, *ra"i to 'Mitchell. MITCHELL-- Mr. and Mrs L S Willey. returned after having spent the winter at Mason City with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ·Gunderson. IJvo Near Chicago. RUDD-- Mr. and Mrs. William Rausch ,and daughter visited' Mrs Rausch's brother, Art Horn. The v live near Chicago. , *"*? Hostesses to Society. GARNER-- Mrs. O. S. Mitchell , ^ rS Vu Cl E ' Con irer were hostesses to the Congregational Ladies' Ajd society Tuesday afternoon. Visits Several Days LATIMER-- Mrs. George Heltland « spending several days in Ackley at the. home of her daughter. Returns to Grinnell. , ROWAN--Misa Marian Chassell returned Monday . to . Grinnell college, where she is in her senior year · ' A ,, Condition Is Critical. -NASHUA-- Mrs. Sarah Shannon, 80, whp.'has. been -ill the past two weeks i;'.-with ,; bronchial pnetmioWa ·following; an attack of flu, suffered a stroke^ Her condition is critical. m . Go to Waterloo. RUDD-- Mrs. 'F.-O. Hlllman and son, Floyd B., accompanied : Mrs P e S°e anc l her daughter to Waterloo Monday morning to visit relatives. Buys Home at Garner ' G A R N E R-- County Enginee th Frank Liyermore house and wil take possession soon. Mr. Merten sold his, home on South Main stree to Edwin Bock. The purchase pricff for the newly acquired house and 1 1-3 lots was 54,100. Visited in DCS Moines. LATIMER--Postmaster T P Johnson and son, .R. A. Johnson spent Easter Sunday in Des Moines Now Live at Rowan ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs.' L. L faidmore and two sons are here from Boone and are making their honu. ? ^?, Ra y -A^Utine tenant house ir. Sidmore recently purchased the ^? e .Lf£ 0 ?, rrora . Thom e Norstrud Manager Is m. ROCKFORD--J. D. Gulick, manager of the. Iowa Public Service company, l s al a t his home suffering with an attack of influenza. Leave for Colorado. ,,,,,* T..T, )RA H--Mrs. Ed Mathuney and Miss Mmme Kelly of Waterloo ?T /· and Bert Armstrong of Mason City left yesterday for Fort Co lins, Colo., to visit the former'* sister Mrs. William Kintzley; who Is seriously ill. ,,,,,, Improves at Riidd. RUDD--Dariene Koliman, who has been ill several weeks with blood poisoning, shows some improvement since the doctor lanced one of the Infected areas. · . Honored at Party^ GARNER-Mrs. Cella Bunkofske entertained in honor of'Mrs. Leo Phillips who is here from Waterloo for two weeks stay. There were 12 guests. Bridge was played. The party was given Tuesday evening. Officers of Decorah Scouts Are Elected D ECORAH, April a--officers of the Boy Scout organization have been elected for the ensuing year They aret Chairman, A. C. Bishop-' vice.chairman,. Ray Algyer; treasurer and finance chairman, Charles Weiser, Jr. Committee chairmen are: Troop organization, Dr. Hubert TJpsohl; camping, Dr. Gordon Luce; publicity, Fred Biermonn- court of honor, the Rev. James P Burling; training, Will Baker; civic service, A. N. Hanson; reading, Dr, H. P. Field; health and safety Dr Otto O. Svebakken. Clarice Ritter Suffers Bite of Dog at Mitchell MITCHELL, April 8--Clarice Ritter, daughter of Mrs. Coloe Ritter, was quite badly bitten by a dog, while playing. She was taken to a physician at once, -where she was given an inoculation. Honored on Birthday ' -NASHUA--M.-and Mrs. L. H. n- lian; entertained four of the'teach- ers of the Alta Vista public schools and four young women of that place at; dinner Sunday night in honor of the birthday anniversary of their daughter, Margaret, who teaches in the school of Alta: Vista. » Is In Hospital.' : ^.ALEXANDER--Mrs. nert Modderman is in the hospital at Hampton where she underwent an opera- tion.for the removal of gallbladder. .Made Extended Visit. · NORA SPRINGS--Mrs.;VinaRad- er arid Mrs. Jennie Ellis, who have been at Rockwell on an extended visit with their brother, Henry Hardman, have returned to Nora Springs. Is ni at Rudd. .RUED--Silas Hanchett is ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Louis Lacosta. He had a severe heart attack Sunday which was followed by pneumonia. Were From Albert Lea. BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Leo Klucfce and two children of Albert Lea, Minn.,, visited Sunday with Mrs. Klucke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill. : . - - · ' - - · · . Osage O- E. S. Meets. OSAGE--At the regular meeting of the Eastern Star Monday, Mrs. Srooker was initiated Into the chap- :er. The dinner preceding the meet- ng was served by the men. \ Circle Will Meet. CARPENTER--The sewing circle meets Thursday at the home of Mrs. Clarence Thomson. Are From Pine Island. BANCROFT -- Mrs. Elmer Dale and daughter, Lois of Pine Island, iirin., are visiting at the Lawrence Menke and Albert Schumacher lomes. Graf ton Teachers Hired. GRAFTON--At a meeting of the chool board, Mrs. Paul Norris was lired to teach the grammar room and Miss Folhen of Scarville the ta- errnediate, making the teaching orce complete for next year. Guests at Scarville. SCARVILLE--Ben Coltvet of the utheran Theological seminary of t. Paul, Martin Hjelmeland. C. B. ohnson, Bernice Vang and Mae akken were guests at the S. O. olomonson home Sunday. Visits in Minneapolis. CARPENTER--Mrs. Ida Taylor lent Easter In Minneapolis, the aest;.o£ net-'daugnter and husband, ilr. and Mrs..Frank* Carperitei?. ' ; Honored at Shower. BANCROFT--Clara Hellman and TS. Floren Hellman were hostesses : a shower at the Forester hall ["uesday evening in honor of Berha Blocker who will become the ride of Clemens J. Elsbecker April 4. Five hundred formed the entertainment. About 70 guests were present. Was in Minneapolis. BANCROFT--Barney" Wessel returned from Minneapolis Tuesday when he spent the winter with his sons, Rudolnh and Vincent. New Members Initiated. MARBLE ROCK--At a meeting of Camp Mabel, R. N. A., new members were initiated. Returns to Calmar. CALMAR--Miss Florence Yag°r returned from a weeks vacation visiting friends at Lone Rock and Ogden. ·* Attend Rites in Minneapolis. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. John Bork, Mrs. _Walter Wagner, Mrs. Emil Buechele and Alvin Buechele attended the funeral of a.friend at Minneapolis Monday. Taken to -Des Moines. OSAGE--Mrs. Sam Savre took Miss Fay Bartjett to Des Moines Monday for a visit with Miss Bartlett's sister, Mrs. Fern Skutle. Entertains Bible Class. FREDERICKSBURG--Mrs. Lillian Whitmer entertained the Ladle i Bible class of the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon. Year's Plans Made. P L Y M O U T H -- T h e Women's Cemetery association met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. L. S. Armstrong and made plans for the year's work at the cemetery. Move to Mankato. BANCROFT--The C. B. Jenkins family who lived Just west of the Catholic church moved to Mankato, Minn., Tuesday. Are From Wycoff. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. F. E Taylor and daughter, Vivian, of Wycoff, Minn., were guests of Mr Taylor's mother, Mrs. H. B. Taylor Woman of Cylinder HI. . WHITTEMORE--Mrs. C l a u d e Pugsley of Cylinder was operated on at the McCreery hospital for appendicitis. Comes From Ogden. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dixon have as their house guest ilr. Dixon's mother of Ogden.'' Visit at Thompson. T H O M P S O N--Baynard and Leonard Ashpole of Minneapolis visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Aahpole. Returns From Hospital. RUDD--Suel Allen has returned 'rom the Cedar Valley hospital. Returns to Ames. MITCHELL '-- Miss Florentine Mederman, who drove up from Ames Saturday to be present at the liver wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Tiederman, returned to Amos Sunday eve- Subject Is Presented. RUDE)--The ministerial meeting ras held Monday afternoon at the lev. Clarence Budensick home. Xvelve were present. The Rev. A. N Beuerman presented the subject This mechanical t/ose knows if you have been indulging In the forbidden delights of John Barleycorn. It Is an apparatus invented by Dr. Eollo N. Har- gor, tasicologist at the University of Indiana, which detects the presence of alcohol In the breath. Where a suspect refuses to offer a sample of his breath in evidence the apparatus Is simply placed nailer his hose, and if ho Is guilty of Indulgence in the Volstead Taboo, a chemical action takes place in the device, which, not being his best friend, tells about it. The inventor claims it Is Infallible. PROGRESS MAN FOUND DEAD AT MARBLE ROCK Sheridan Losee Dies While in Pasture; Survived by Two Sons. MARBLE ROCK, April s.--sheri-' dan A. Losee died suddenly yesterday morning. Hig body-was .found p? 6 P? st " re at hi3 farm home at 30 o'clock. Ho had been riding across the pasture horseback but evidently he had not fallen from the horse as it was tied to- the fence, ihe lifeless body was lying nearby. He Is survived by two- sons, sisters. Miss - Millie Losee, Mrs. Charles Sbultz and Mrs. Edna Fonte; brothers, Charles, Frederick and James B., all of this place. Service Held at Allison for Mrs. Henry Jungling ALLISON, ApVil 8.--Funeral services for Mrs. Henry Jungling were leld Monday afternoon and burial was at-Parkersburg. She is survived jy four sons, Cornelius of Allison Seriry of Gilbertville, Harm of Shell tock and John of Minnesota, and ^ .hi-ee daughters, Mrs. ' Herbert l*uchtenberg of Allison, Mrs. R. /anderlaan of Barkersburg and. Mrs. Harm Hauen of Clarksville. Is Fruit Company Manager. ALLISON, April 7.--Chris Tropp, manager for the United Fruit com- rany at Orients Banaes, Cuba, arrived for an extended visit with his "ather, H. G. Tropp, who has been - eriously ill for the past several mouths. n@M®eic. t Three Day Sale of SHRUBBERY Thursday-Friday--Saturday ^ A large shipment is here in Merkel's Economy?" Basement--your selections ready to take root in lovely home gardens or front lawns. Plan now to attend this event--then watch the beauties of your own home landscape unfold in a few weeks. All these home-grown shrubs are especially adapted to Iowa soil. 400 ROSE BUSHES EXTRA GRADE Number 1 Paraffin Covered-Splendid Varieties I Dorothy Perkins Excelsa-Climber Crimson Ramblers Pernet Yellow Magrna Charta Hansa Red Rose 600 SHRUBS \ 3 for 35c 3 for $1 General Jack Spirea V.H. Hydrangea P. G. Purple Leaf Plum Flowering Plum Pink Honeysuckle Persian Lilac Purple Lilac White Lilac Spirea Frobelli Snowball Golden Spirea Spirea Lemoine Peonies--pink, red, white Flowering Almond Merkel's Economy Basement

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