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March 25, 1937

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 25 · 1937 THIRTEEN n i Us ··^s^^s- , i _i DOES AlOT SM)IC/AJ5 A pftwAlllJG "WEE TJME5 .Call Max Wells at 922 for Proof of This Don't let old-car troubles get you clown. Trade them in for new car performance with a renewed and guaranteed car. R G Used Cars and Trucks are, sold with a written money back guarantee and a two day. driving privilege 100% SATISFACTION OR. 100% REFUND! Our Price Tags Are on the Cars Phones 922-3 3I53 Wme Yoi/RTMNSpoRrATiof/fi Go FARTHER FARM PROFITS BY EXPANSION Report Made on Records of Northeastern Iowa · Association. AMES--Among 62 northeastern Iowa farmers who kept careful farm business records during 1936. those who had the confidence to expand their businesses during the year .made much higher profits than- their move cautious neighbors.' This fact Is brought out in a summary of these farm business records which has just been released by Carl C. Malone, 'field man, who compiled these records for the Northeast Iowa Farm Management Study. The increased profits of the more confident farmers reflected in the wide "spread" between the net incomes of the high profit (high third) and low profit groups. This "spread" was wider by more than $G50 than it was the previous year. "Ilislis" Show Gains. While the net income of the "highs" jumped from $3,220 to $3,626, the net income of the ·"lows" skidded from $1,883 to $1,~ 631. "The biggest factor' in widening the profit spread was the confidence of one group and caution of the other," Mr. Malone explained. Most of the farmers in the high group expanded their business, increased hog and dairy products sales and boosted their livestock supplies. Farmers in the low group did exactly the opposite. Another factor was difference in crop raising efficiency. B o t h groups increased the gross valup of crops an acre, put the "highs' Holds False Teeth Tight All Day Lpng Fnstceih, a new improved powdcr- keeps plates Jrofn dropping or slipping No gummy, pasty ferjiing. Sweetens breath. Gives real teeth comfort all day Praised by people and dentists every, where. Avoid worry. Get Fastcclh a your drugs ist. Three sizes. Police Aid Wounded Comrades in Puerto Rico Riot Having rjuelled street riots which took a toll of 10 lives in Ponce, Putt-to Kican police are seen taking care of two of their wounded comrades. The rioting reputedly was pi-ecipitaled when police, attempting to break up an unauthorized parade of nationalists, opened fire on the parades. (Central Tress Soundnhofo; Copyright by Ey Mundo) ' boosted the figure more than $'1 while the "lows" boosted it less than $2. Depended on Prices. "Although confidence was the key to increased net incomes during 1D3G in this particular study, it cannot be considered a recipe for success," Mr. Malone warned. "Confidence was accompanied by rising prices last year. Had prices tumbled, 'the profits o£ the highs would have fnllen also, and the 'spread' between the high and low groups would h a v e narrowed sharply." The net income of the average farm in the northeastern Iowa study was practically the same as in 1!)35, Mr. Malone said. The farmers wnose records were TRJAL SIZE JERGEN'S LOTION with 50c Sir. 25c Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder TcA. your pit- amin* rtgtttarty! Olaftin, Malt and HALIBUT LIVER OIL wtUi Vioaterol 0,89 OUTSTANDING VALUES FOR EARLY SPRING SHOPPERS I Take advantage of these/Low Sale Prices Friday and Saturday at IDS N. Federal Av«. ton \Va rneke,Jr. Baseball GLOVE 98 G e n u i n e Korsc- ludc, full leather lined; leather fingers. Sturdily ecwed acnma-v/bn't split. 5 STAk -SPECIALS WOODBURf BARBASOL 28 MINERAL °'!T 17 ZONITE 30S1ZE 18 Limit 2 on the above ittmn (Right reierved to limit quantitict) JIGGER TOP Cocktail Shaker [19 42-oz.aize Chrome i plated outer case I ·with heavy glass g l i n i n g . B u i l t strainer. FREE! WifdToot Shampoo with eoc Hair Tonic r- 49 C New! COTY'S (Triplet) Purser Set HolJt 3 · OJvar* . Three "Purser" flacon* . . . . holding 3 world-loved odcurs. 70c GEM BLADES Single Edge tr 10 FREE! 25c DRENE SHAMPOO WITH 3Sc ITALIAN BALM Both For 32' Lelong's (Whisper) Cologne 'land I 50 AJI women love cotogn especially when fragranct witK the f am out Lelong perfumes. Evening In Paris PERFUME In Easter Basket, Generous flacon. For youraelf or gift*. Leon Laraine Manicure Kit A compliment to her beautiful hancM This Genuine leather zipper kit contains everything ·he'll need for perfect manicures. Parke-Daois Irradol "A" 16 |s©9 Oz. I--- BOX 220 PERFECTION Cleansing Tissues ir 2 Boxes 2 lc Houbigant's Jatttjam Flmur or Ideal PERFUME /n Eatter 4 en Gift Package I -- TKeae popular ntw Minia-B turc bottles of perfume \vSll| make grand gifts- Richard Hudnut's Triple Compact Meal *Z£ Gift Powder, rouge Hpstickin neat vanity. Chick Chick EASTER EGG DYE Bottle 24 Aspirin Tablets Economy Six 'Cartalh Sofa' Modess 365O- 2 Boxes 99« SPECIAL EASTER 'TJKEA Tl New York "CHICK" Mold in Chocolate Ice Cream Quart Brick Chicken-fthape mold of rich, amooth Ne\M York ice cream in a ·olid bricV of Chocolate Ice Cteeun. Low Price! Walgreen's GOLD BOND CIGARS Backed by Walgreen s g u r a n t e e t Made of very finett HAVANA blended L O N G - F I L L E R , ·hade brown wrapper. Full, rich, SATISFYING TASTE. SOc PROPHYLACTIC ToothBrush .43- summarized by Mr. Malone are located in Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Winneshiek, Chickasaw and Bremer counties. Most o£ these farmers recently joined a farm record association. Railroads Agree to Suspend Increase in Rates on Coa F. and Henrietta Potter, $1. L 8 B 17, Central Heights, MC. 8-21-35 Wright, C. E. and wife to Hele Lincoln Winkle, $1. L 2 B 3 i Rogers and Sandry's Add to C Lk. 3-12-37. Eidgeway, Joy, County Treas to H. H. Shepard, 51.35. L 10 B Youngblood's Add to MC. 3-11-3 Kehoe Is Taken to Task for. Article on Senate Passed Bill DES MOINES, (fl 5 )--Senator harles B. Hoeven' R) of Alton ook Louis J. Kehoe, legislative esearch assistant, to task on the enate floor Thursday for an ar- cle appearing under Kehoe's ame in the LeMars Globe Post. The article, headlined: "Use tax, Iready passed by senate, promises o be screwiest of all," criticized he use tax bill. Hoe'yen objected to Kehoe's deriding the senate" while on the egislative payroll. "Let him con- .nue his writing," Hoeven said, but not at the expense of the tate of Iowa." Senator A. Claire (R) of Wash- ngton, said Kehoe had assured m the article was "written in nis capacity as a private citizen nd not as an employe of the leg- slature." Senator Edward Breen (D) of ort Dodge, then remarked: "II might be well to return him to the capacity of a private citizen." Consideration of other'matters nterrupted the discussion and'the senate took no action. Patrolman Reese Talks at Hi-Y Club Meeting Robert Reese, state highway pa- irolman, talked to the Hi-Y chib Wednesday evening at the Y. M. C A. He stressed careful driving on the highway and how high schoo students could assist in cuttin 1 , down the number of accidents by talking and thinking safety at ai times. Following his talk, Mt Reese conducted an open forum discussion. It was announced b. Art Fischbeclc, president, tha "Judge" J. A. Giimsley will be th speaker for next week's meeting His subject will be state basket ball tournaments. SENATE PASSES TAXPAYERS BILL, Act . to Give State Board . Power to Slash City, County Spending. DBS MOINES, (/P) -- The Iowa senate passed, 41 to 4; and sent to he house Thursday a taxpayers' " ssociation sponsored bill to give state board power, upon appeal, o slash proposed expenditures of ...- oimties, cities and school districts. Senators who urged passage of le bill said a similar act, in force n Indiana, had resulted in tax eductions by cities, counties and · chool districts totaling 35 million lollars. The bill, which Senator George · " " ·topldns (R) of Gutlme Center · aid, would "give the taxpayers a ireak," would empower a board · composed of the state auditor, iomptroller, and treasurer to re- .,- r iew budgets o£ local taxing bodies ipon appeal by a stipulated num- jer of voters. Appeals would be heard in the locality affected by ... deputy appointed by the board. Senator Sam D. Goetsch (D) of ,,. Decorah, most outspoken opponent ·" o£ the bill, declared it would be , : , 'another step in centralizing" government. "I am for home rule regardless of the cost," Goetsch said. "That's ....' why I can't vote for this bill." Paint and Wallpaper I Headquarters. J WATERLOO, W--Railroads be- nging to the Illinois Freight as- iciation have agreed to suspend i increase in industrial c o a l eight rates to Iowa cities which as to have gone into effect April Charles H. Smith, manager of e Waterloo-Cedar Falls Traffili ssociation, said here Thursday. A protest was presented at a onference in Chicago yesterday y objectors from Waterloo, Cedar apids, Fort Dodge, Sheffield, del and Redfield, Iowa. An increase in the rate on Illi- ois coal to Waterloo would have o'en 26 cents, which Smith said ould have cost Waterloo users 40,000 a year. The objectors told the railroads lat it the rates were raised, nat- ral gas might be piped in and the oads would lose their industrial oal business. Real Estate Transfers Reifschneider, Maude E., formerly Maude E. Rodgers lo John ^eifschneider and Maude E. Rcif- clilicidcr as joint tenants with ight of survivorship $1 Lots 13,, 5, 26, 27, 28, 32, 33, 3-1, 35, 3G and 7, Clear Lake Highlands. 12-4-31$. Strand, Oswald and wf. to Philp Strand $1 und. , int. in all :iat part of the NE'A of Sec. 15 ying E. of railroad r-w., and the % SE'/i of Sec. 10, all in 94-19. -20-37. Miller, W. E. wf. lo Jay E. Decker $1 that part' of the N 48 ods of the NE 1 /, 20-36-20 that ies E of railroad r-w 2-9-37. Hist, Ada E. to A. L. Risl hus.) I Q C D. A t r i a n g u l a r strip off he NE part of L 6 B 3 in Sirrine's dd. to Clear Lake. And L. 5, B. 5, Sirrinc's add. to Clear Lake, ex- eut a triangular strip otf the SW -orner and except the NEly 4','4 ft. said L. 5 6-18-30. Ridgcway, Joy, Co. Treas., to V A. Cookman $4.39 L. 14 B 2 in Vest Haven add. M. C. 3-17-37. Quevli, Nels, to Quevli Farms 'ncorporated ?1 E 5£ rods of Lots and 7 in B 13, Paul Felt's Plat of M. C. 4-16-36. Service Life Insurance company o Ray Murphy as Commissioner of Insurance, state of Iowa, $1. NE'/, 24-94-19. 3-12-37. Ridgeway, Joy, Co. Treas., to H. H. Shepard, $2.73. L 21 B 3 Ventura Heights. 3-17-37. Ridgcway, Joy, Co. Treas., to H. H. Shepard, ?1.04. L 10 B 9 Ventura Heights. 3-17-37. Ridgeway, Joy, Co. Treas., to H. II. Shepard, $2.03. L 17 B 5 Ventura Heights. 3-17-37. Ridgeway, Joy, Co. Treas., to H. H. Shepard, 52.35. L 6 B 31, College Add to MC. 3-17-37. Ridgeway, Joy, Co. Treas., to H. H. Shepard, 52].,15. L 3 B 5 East Park Place Add to MC. 3-17-37. Hidgoway, Joy, Co. Treas., to H, H. Shepard, $1.35. L 3 B 3 Lindon's Add to Cl. Lk. 3-17-37. Ridgeway, Joy, Co. Treas., to H. H. Shepard, $1.35. L 2 B 3 Lindon's Add to Cl. Lk. 3-17-37. Ridgeway, Joy Co. Tress., to H. H. Shepard, $2.75. L 6 B 19 Ventura Heights. 3-17-37. Britvon, James and wife, to William L. McAuley, $1. L 12 B 5 Wildwood Add to MC. 3-12-37. Kritzman, Henry, to Edgar S. Hill, $1. L 20 B 2 in Beaver's Add to Cl. Lk. 2-25-37. McCollough, Hazel, (o Emit Kachut and Wilma Rachut (wf), 51. QCD L 1 in River Heights Add lo MC. 3-4-37. Crawford, Fred J., lo Emil and Wilma Rachut ( w f ) , $1. L 1 in River Heights Add to MC. 11-3036. Essex, William P. find wife, to Bert Lieuwen and Ellen Lieuwen (wf) $1. L 11 B 8 in H. E. Francisco's 2nd Add., MC. 3-10-37. Phalen, Tim R. Sheriff, to Sumner H Lloyd, $7,906.78. SW% 2587-21. 3-9-37. Moe, L. A., Referee, to Monnie J. Mitchell, $2,500. E 40 ft o£ the W 80 ft of L 21 in C. H. Day's sub of NW'/iSW'/i 3-96-20. 2-23-37. Brush Anni's corporation to John ONE ACCOUNT OUTFITS THE ENTIRE FAMILY! HALL'S Easter Savings for Everybody! $2.75 Ladies' Tiirc Dye Silk SUPS $1.69 Men's "Country Club" Spring HATS $3.95 Men's Quality "Welco" SHOES Pair $4.95 119 N. FEDERAL NOTICE! Thursday--Friday--· Saturday Only! At HALL'S CREDIT CLOTHIERS For the Ladies . . . 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