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April 10, 1931

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

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I; 1 it \ J 10 MON EY GOES i 8 "HIGHEST TEST" at the price of ordinary gasoline QRAVITY from 60.6° * 71.4 TO MATCH WEATHER PHILLIPS 66 is made by the world's largest producers of natural high gravity gasoline Every penny which you pay for gas buys mote mileage, more pep, and smoother running, -when you fill up with Phillips 66 ... the greater gasoline. That is a broad claim. And we expect that many ·will doubt it We therefore produce a gasoline so goad that the very first tankful will prove Phillips ' 66 quality. The net result is that, to our knowledge, no motorist who has tried it once has ever failed to come back for more. They actually feel the difference. Every mile they travel proves the money-saving value of CONTROLLED VOLATILITY, the Phillips principle ·which makes each gallon you buy match your ·weather at the time you buy it And Phillips 66 year 'round gravity, from 60.6° to 71.4% is always higher test than others. At no increase in price. It means money in your pocket to stop at the Orange and Black 66 shield. Fill up your tank. Pay nothing extra for the extra high test Then drive away with. better performance guaranteed by the 5,918 members of the Phillips organization. Also Phillips 66 Ethyl at the regular price of Ethyl gasoline TOlips SHEPARD FARM LOANS MR. LANDOWNER: During the nineteen years this office baa loaned more than ten million dollars to farmers in Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota, We have a large number of loan companies that give us exceptionally good · service. Drop us a line and let us know your requirements. Our loans are made on the regular five-year plan and also on tha amortization plan with liberal prepayment options and at lowest interest rates. We also handle city loans on good Mason City property and have some mortgages for sale to investors. Long Distance Ph. No. 284-285 Hugh Shepard MASON CITV, IOWA Rooms 601-513 M. B. A. Bldg. MASON CITY GLOBE-UAZETTfc 10 1931 $1,634,000 IN IOWA FEDERALAID CONTRACTS LET HERE AND THERE · * * * . * » * * * * * * * * * » * » · » Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette' Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Attends Manager's Sessions. WODEN--Carl Suude,, manage: of the Thompson .Yards, went If Mankato, Minn., Thursday to attend a meeting of the managers of th? Thompson yards. Meet at Brlstow. ·. BRISTOW--The Ladies Aid society of the Christian church rael with Mrs. William McNeilus Thurs day afternoon. Will "Lose Z2 Teeth. ROCKFORD--Clem Murphy left Thursday for Iowa. City where he will have 22 teeth extracted at the university dental clinic. Meet at Eogle Grove. EAGLE GROVE--The Ladles Ai-society of the Methodist chuich me in the church parlors on -Monday afternoon with an attendance of 35 At the conclusion of a business ses sion, a kensington was held during which an imaginary airplane trip was conducted hy Mrs. A. L. Stuari who had charge of the program. Comes From* Minneapolis. ~ OSAGE--Richard Emmet who spent the' winter !n Minneapolis 'with his daughter, Edna who teach "ea in the schools there, returned t' Osage, 'Edna coming with him for her Easter vacation. Leave Alter Visit. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Will Starr who spent a few weeks in Osage are on the return trip to Ocean Park, visiting' enroute a daughter Josephine in Chicago, and their son Hugh at Onawa. Home From California. ALGONA--Charles Sampson and family · are home from California where they spent the winter. Come From Cornell. CHAPIN--Miss Nina Fritchard and Rolland Philpot, students at Cornel! college at Mt. Vernon, arrived Thursday to spend a week's vacation with their parents here. Manager to Be Transferred. SWEA CITY--Frank · Trevett, who has been manager here for the past three years of the Trevett and Kent store, will be transferred to the Esthervllle store about May 1. 3e will be succeeded by Max Kent, who has been the manager of the store at Estherville. Meets at Osagc. O S A G E--The .. Baptist Ladies ftiild met today at the home of Mrs. J. F. Clyde. Mrs. William Pilgrim leads the study hour. Cafe Is Moved. WH1TTEMORE--T5e Haag cafe las moved into the Skow building m East Main street and is holding an opening day Saturday. The build- ng has been remodeled and decorated. · ; . - .; . . - ; · : , Leave for San Antonio. ' ALGONA--E. J. Hough ' and A. ETutchlson left for San Antonio, Tex., to see about the George Galbraith property in that city. Osage Station Sold. OSAGE--E. J. Elliott sold the ·last End Standard filling station to Harold Dick of Waterloo, the lat- :er to take possession April 15. The Elliotts bought the property in August, 1930. They plan to returned to Jieir old home at Waukon. District Instructor Present SHEFFIELp--The district instructor of the O. E. S., Mrs. Mina. Arthurholt\of Clarksville was here Wednesday and held a school of instruction for the local chapter. The program included a luncheon at the Lincoln cafe at noon, followed by an afternoon and evening session of school. The evening session was followed by a social hour. Are Parents ot Son. ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. Tony loedera are parents of a son born Slonday. This makes their fourth 3oy. Leaves for Minneapolis. CHAPIN -- Will Banker, who spent the winter with his mother, Mrs. Adam Banker, left Thursday for Minneapolis where he will spend the summer. Leave for Illinois. MILLER--C. A. Timan and family started Thursday morning for their home at Eimhurst, .111., after spending "the winter here, visiting relatives and looking after his farm. Recovers From Operation. OSAGE!--Mrs. Ben Chatman is at Rochester rallying from an operation. Her mother; Mrs. W: J. Towner of Long Beach, Cal., is with her. Brings $150 An Acre. WHITTEMORE -- Wash Harris sold his 40 acre farm south of town to John Van Buskirk of Sibley for $150 an acre, possession to be given May 1. Mr. Harris, who is township assessor, will move with his family to West Bend. Albert Potrat?. has sold his farm north of tov,-n to Manning Brothers. Home From Collece. ALGONA -- Perry White came home Wednesday to sepnd a week's vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White. Ha is a sophomore at Cornell college. Go To DCS Moines. MITCHELL--The Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Lott drove to Des Moines to spend the week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Elsie McCulla and children. They were accompanied by their grandson, James McCulla of St. Ansgar. Farm Bureau Meets. CLARKSVILLE--The Farm Bureau of Ediker district met Thursday night Those taking part In the program were the dlsitrlct schoo" teacher, George Wilder and -John Mulllns. Was In Cedar Rapids. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Julia Yorker returned from a. visit with relatives at Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Parkhnrst HI. , MITCHELL-^Mrs. A. W. Parkhurst has been confined to her bed this week on. account of illness. The annual income of meat pack- ng plants in Iowa has been placed at a total of $212,353,210. MAYOR BURNS JAIL "What's the uso of a hoosegow without prisoners?" reasoned Mayor Ed Koser, above, of Coralville, Iowa. That's why ho burned the municipal Jail ivhlch has been in disuse for, 25 years. He lias been mayor of the crimclcss town for 31 consecutive years. Since the jail was. built, many years ago. It has had only six "guests." YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State You Are Proud to Call : Your OHH! Is HI at-Woden. ' WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. Edward ihristensen of Indiana and Mr. and- Mra. John Christensen of Illinois were called here by the serious illness of 'their mother, Mrs. Anton Christensen.'. Mrs. Stewart Hostess. BRISTOW--The Woman's For- iign Missionary society of the M. E. church met at the home of Mrs. Robert H. Stewart Wednesday afternoon. County Agent Moves. CLARION--Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Adamson have moved from the L. C. Hamilton house in the north part of town to the George Kinsou house a block east of the county jail. Mr. Adamson is county agenti Large Crowd Present ROCKFORD -- Circle B of the Methodist ladies aid society served public dinner in the church base* ment Thursday noon. A large crowd attended. Attend Chicago Sessions., LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Ole R. Gunderson are spending the week in Chicago where Mr. Gunderson, proprietor of the Gunderson Beauty parlors, is attending a convention of beauty parlor operators. Mrs. Gunderson was Valborg Olien of Emmons, Minn., until her recent marriage. 40 Guests Entertained. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. J. W. James entertained 40 guests at a bridge party Wednesdav night. Mrs. Otto Buck and Elmer Musgjerd received prizes for the highest scores. To Serve at Britt. STILSON--The U. B. Ladies Aid society is serving the banquet for the Britt Commercial club at Britt Tuesday evening:. Are Gordonsville Gaests. GORDONSVILLE, Minn. -- Mrs. Harold Rabbe and little daughter, Margaret of Hudson, Wis., and Mrs. Bowers and daughter, Ruth of Garner, were guests in the George Strate and Jay Turbett homes. Brother Killed In Accident CLARION--Earl Strever was called to Waterman, HI., by .the death of his brother who was killed in a railroad "accident. Most of Oats Planted. AREDALE--About 85 per cent of the oats crop is in the ground which is in fine condition for the seed. Rain would be quite beneficial Woman's Club Meets. THORNTON--The Woman's club met Wednesday at the home o£ Mrs Elmer Musgjerd. Mrs. J. R. Berkshire read an article on Edison ant Miss'Nettle Thada read'an article on flowers. Lender at Allison. ALLISON--The W. C. T. U..met at the home of Mrs. J. H. Schuler Mrs. George Feltus was the leader. Honored at Shower. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--A silver shower was given for Miss AI- tine Bilton who is soon to be the bride of Roy Hughson of Oelwein Return From California. CLARION--Frank and Carrie Richardson are home from several months spent in California. Mrs. Buckmiistcr Hostess. AREDALE--Mrs. Jasper Buckmaster entertained the ladies aid of tho M. E. church at her home Thursday afternoon. Hatchery Is Operated. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. Chris Granbach, owners of the Luverne hatchery, are settled in their new modern bungalow at the south end of Main street, just across the lino in Humboldt county. Their hatchery -which is located W the basemenl of the new home is now in full operation. Entertains Ladles Aid. WODEN--Mrs. R. A. Schiefelbein entertained the Methodist Ladies Aid at her home Thursday afternoon. - Park Society Meets. LATIMER--The Latimer park society met Thursday afternoon at the Mrs. Fred. Valshing home. Entertain at Bockford. ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drake entertained 26 friends at a dinner party at their home Wednesday evening. Following the dinner the evening was spent playing; bridge with Mrs. A. W. Dunkelberg and L. H. Biddick winning high score and consolation prizes to Mrs. A. W. Lohr and Kieth Rushing. Is III at Rudd. RUDD--Silas Hanchett is still quite ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Louis Lacosta. - Ke'turns From Carolina. ROCKFORD--Mrs. . Charles E. Luce returned Thursday from a nine weeks visit with her daughter, ·Mildred, who is instructor in tha violin department in High Point college at High Point, N. Car.. Moves to Woolstock. EAGLE GROVE--B. R. Martt- wardt, who has been salesman with the Cities Service Oil company severed his connection with that company, arid moved his family to Woolstock, where he has taken over thevChamplin station, including the tank wagon business. Beading Contest Held. P L Y M O U T H--The Farmers- Wives and Daughters' club held H reading' contest sponsored by Mrs. John Dvorak at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Molsberry Wednesday Mrs. C. R. Hugi captured the first prize. Mrs. Roy Harmon second and Mrs. John Hodson third. Mrs. Leonard Bliem, Mrs. John Dvorak and Mrs. Chesebro acted as [udges. Leave' for Kansas. MITCHELL--E. W. Trout and son, Miiton, left Thursday morning- by auto for Kansas where they will visit relatives, Mrs. William Hona- cer, a sister of Mr. Trout, going with them. They will also visit Mr. Trout's daughter at Ames and n daughter of Mrs. Honakei-'s at Shenandooh before returning home. INCREASE SHOWN IN U.S. TOTAL Construction Activity Will Give Much Employment, Officials State. By KADFORD E. MOBLEY ' Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, April 10.--Federal aid highway contracts amounting to 51,634,000 wore let.in Iowa last month, swelling the 'national total which is four times greater than last year for the entire country, the public roads bureau announced here today. According to reports made to the bureau, the Iowa contribution ta the national figures was one of the most substantial made. It indicates ,an extensive road-building program In the state for the current year and a large expenditure on the part of the state as well as full use of the funds made available from the federal treasury. Woods Makes Statement. Citing the increase in the road funds, Col. Arthur Woods, chairman of the president's unemployment committee, made the following statement: "This increase in highway construction, creating immediate opportunity for employment of thousands of workmen, should contribute considerably to the decrease in unemployment in those states which have .taken advantage of the greatly augmented federal aid funds this year. · , Industries Are Quickened. "In addition," he continued, "thi demand for materials created by the contracts should bring about a very appreciable quickening of the industries that supply them." The federal roads bureau is now engaged in a check as to the type and mileage roadway included ic the program for the present year. A cursory examination, according to officials, shows that a higher type of roadway is generally laeing contracted for than in past years and the bureau believes that greatly improved roadways will result. It Is believed that the general statement for all states holds true for Iowa in .particular. The total value of contracts for federal aid roads let last mouth was 552,356,395.24 for all states. The exact Iowa fignre was $1,634,545.37. Ell;s Homo Planned. OELWEIN, April 10. {UP)--A new 540,000 Elks home will be built iiere shortly. The plans are now in the hands of the building committee, it Is announced. Elegant Suites Extremely Low Prices At the Joe Goss Store 98 FOR THIS NEW DINING SUITE Bedroom Suite Three Pieces Trade your old Furniture for New . . .Sec or call Joe Goss . . . You can trade one piece or mnny. Call today. YOUTJ. 00 ffETTlfi AT THE 207 SIXTH STREET S. W. MASON CITY Woman.Who Knew Wild West in Old Days Dies DODGE CTTY, Kans, April 10. UP) --A woman who knew the wild west of fWild Bill" Hickok's day, mingled as a dance hall girl among its cowboys and gunmen and served as a rooming house proprietor is dead. - Mrs. Annie Anderson, 84, whose recollections in many cases were based on actual experiences, .succumbed to heart disease yesterday. Clarksville Resident in Nicaragua Is All Right CLARKSVOLLE, April 10.--Ellis Keller, who is in Nicaragua with the U. S. marines, reports to his family here that he is in the earthquake zone hut is all right. Play to Be Presented at Woden for 2 Nights WODEN, April 0.--A four act play, "Happy Valley" will be given at the community hall tonight and Saturday by the young people of the Presbyterian church. HANCOCK LEGION HEARS DR, BEMIS Posts and Auxiliaries Hold Joint Sessions; Large Crowd Present. GARNER, April 10.--The County American Legion and auxiliary held a joint^ meeting .here Wednesday night in the Legion hall. Dr. G. A. Bemis addressed the Legion members after the regular business meeting. Mrs. H. R. Muhm,\county president from Kanawha, presided during the business meeting . and 1 program of the auxiliary. Mrs, J. W. Denton, district committeewoman of Tltonka, gave an address: There was a large attendance, all eight units,of the county being well represented. After the program a. dance was held In the Garner opera house with Kelly's harp orchestra playing. Go to Minneapolis. BANCROFT--Roy Hutton and Joe Jenks left Thursday for Mirrae'- apolis on business. ON THE HEAD AND OFF THE BROW Regular $5.00 and $6.50 Hats The new spring hats are quite conservative, yet decidedly smart and different. They fit closely to the head and are -worn well off the face. They choose for their making- the new rough or braided straws in bright blues, black and all the brilliant colors of which fashion is so fond this spring. Here are suit hats, hats with brims and flattering hats to wear with afternoon frocks. 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