Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 9, 1949 · Page 10
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-I- J I SOCIETY NEWS I I JL 'Baptist Women Plan Contest in Attendance Baptist Women's Union met Thursday evening at the church and an attendance contest was announced for January and February with Mrs. Luther Hodgins and Mrs. Hale Mason in charge of the competing divisions. The losing group will entertain the winning group at the close of the contest. The program included a group of songs by 4 high school boys who sang "The Road Is Calling," "March Musketeers," "Dear Old Girl" and "De Gospel Train." Mrs. James Norfolk reviewed "Stars in My Crown" by Joe David Brown. Mrs. C. E. Oeschger led devotions. At the close of the meeting, cir- ' cle 8 served refreshments. The next meeting will be Feb. 3 at 7:30 at the church. WINS FIRST PRIZE Charles City—Ryel A. Bailey, former Charles City resident, was winner of a $27,000 5-room house In Staten Island, N. Y., Dec. 29, according to word received here by his mother, Mrs. C. H. Bailey, 1004 East Kelly street. The father of 2 children, Bailey took the top prize in a contest conducted by the Staten Island War Memorial association, to raise funds for a proposed memorial stadium at Port Richmond. Tic Tao To« ... a wardrobe of three Lucien Lelong Lipsticks . . . in colors to complement her fa- Torite fashion shades. 11.00 pliu roa WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 East State Russell Photo TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crapser, 516 5th S. E., will observe their golden wedding anniversary with open house Sunday at the home of their son, Bruce, 522 5th S. E., for friends and relatives. Hours will be from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9. Mr. and Mrs. Crapser were married Jan. 10, 1899, at Clinton and moved to Cerro Gordo county, farming in this vicinity until 1925 when they moved to Sheffield. They came to Mason City and established a residence here in 1937. They are the parents of 8 children, 6 of whom are living. They are Leroy of Algona, Clarence of Sheffield, Glenn of Belmond, Bruce, Mrs. William Miltenberger and Bernice Crapser of Mason City. A daughter died in infancy and a son, Edgar, in 1936. They have 14 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Archie Woods Services Held Masonic Rites Are Conducted at Grave Funeral services for Archie Thomas Woods, 62, who died Monday, following an illness, were held Thursday afternoon at the Major Memorial chapel, with Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. "Archie Woods was a person known up and down Main street because he loved people," said Doctor Gustafson. "Whenever you saw him, he was talking to someone, or someone was talking to him. He moved among all circles, adults and children as well, and all were fond of him." Doctor Gustafson drew his sermon from the Psalms, Scripture selections and the Sermon on the Mount, dwelling on friendly relationships that help to build immortality. Mrs. Roy Servison played ob- sequial selections on the organ. Mrs. Harold Marshall, Mrs. Verne A. Mettler and Mrs. Ray Rorick were in charge of flowers. Members of the Eastern Star, Harding lodge No. 649, A. F. and A. M., employes of the Globe- Gazette, and the Iowa Hardware Mutual attended the services in groups. Pallbearers were Ray Rorick, E. J. Koser, R. A. Laurie, Col. J. B. Lane, Garrett Chapman and I. W. Hillstrom. C. E. Bryant was in charge of the Masonic rites at the grave. Interment was at Memorial Park cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Dean Explains Farm Bureau Backing of Sliding Scale Support for Farm Prices Jan. 7, .. 1»« T •*••• CUy Glob«-G»i«U«, MM** City, to. The permanent farm program with its sliding scale support prices ranging from 60 to 90 per cent of parity is being backed by the Farm Bureau as a "compromise between farmers, legislature and all other groups," according to Earl M. Dean, president of the Cerro Gordo county Farm Bureau. "Every farmer wants a 100 per cent parity program," Dean explained Friday in a letter mailed to farmers throughout the county. "But how is the most practical way to get the largest net income over the years and be fair to all groups? "In order to succeed over a long time the program must have the without being regimented into doing so. The secretary of agriculture is authorized in the act to support prices of livestock at not to exceed 90 per cent of parity according to Public Law 897. Supports Livestock "The Farm Bureau has strongly supported a program that will give equitable support to livestock as well as to grain. We believe a flexible support price program will encourage a profitable all-around di- Sgt. Anderson Rites Saturday Military Services to Be at Graveside » Services for Sgt. Robert H. Anderson, who was killed in action in England, June 24, 1944, will be versified program which would in-1 held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the elude livestock as well as grain. It would provide a profitable safe margin in feeding. Iowa's farm income is primarily from livestock. support of the general public as This is basic in' a conservation pro,., . g ram because it will utilize grass ard pasture effectively and is the foundation in a sound conservation land-use program. "Food strikes by city consumers have been against the price of meat. Therefore, this act will encourage the production of meat, eliminating unduly high prices that caused consumer resistance to meat." well as that of the farmer. It must be accomplished with the least possible regimentation and control, operating under a free enterprise to get best results in a democratic society." Recommended Parity The Farm Bureau was the first organization to recommend the parity base theory, Dean stated in his letter. Its efforts since have been toward the development of a permanent farm program to replace those enacted on a temporary basis, particularly during the war years. "We have realized fully that it is difficult to write a program that will meet all conditions," the letter admits, "and we know that it must be revised from time to time to correct errors that may have been made in the development of a program and to fit changing conditions." Robert Rish. Amvet color bearers were Wayne C. Wilson and Donald White. Pallbearers were Maynard Odden and Porter Hubbard of the American Legion, Terold Tilton. and B. M. Anderson of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Edward Foster and N. D. McEnelly of the Amvets. Military rites will be conducted at the Field of Honor in Memorial Park cemetery. The Patterson- James funeral home in charge. MARY ELIZABETH HUSS TO BECOME BRIDE Charles City—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Huss announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, to Maynard W. Kach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Kach. No wedding date was announced. Grated cheese added to pie crust for apples is a delicious addition; it's good, too, in baking powder biscuits. RADIO SERVICED PICK ut> & oettvtaY 16 1ST. ST..S.E. TEL.1O79-. Kensington Metal Pieces make a refreshing set-up! Have ready one of Kensington's Clipper Ship Trays and, say, about 8 Coldchester Beverage Tumblers. Load a Wiltshire Bowl with pretzels or something else to nibble at. Have little sandwiches standing by elping the omema ker by Cecily Brownstone FISH DINNER Planked Fish Fillets with Mashed Potato Border, Special Spinach, Citrus Salad Bowl, French Dressing, Hard Rolls and Butter, Butterscotch Cream, Beverage. SPECIAL SPINACH Ingredients: 2 to 2i cups well- drained cooked spinach, 1 teaspoon finely grated onion, j cup sour cream, salt and freshly ground pepper (to taste). Method: After the spinach is cooked and well-drained chop fine. (Or use quick-frozen spinach that is already chopped.) Put it in a saucepan with the onion, sour cream, salt and pepper to taste. Heat gently, stirring frequently and serve immediately. 4 to 5 servings. Cerro Gordo Pistol Teams Take First of Winter Matches The Cerro Gordo rifle club's pistol team got off to a top start in Mrs. Gaffney Dies at Home Services to Beat Holy Family Church Mrs. Jennie Frances Gaffney, 72, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Tompkins, 908 12th N. E., at 11:50 p. m. Thursday, following a long illness. She was born at Ossian, Iowa, Aug. 6, 1876, and spent most of her life in Rockwell, before moving to Mason City March 1, 1931. She was married to Michael Gaffney April 8, 1901, in Rockwell. Surviving are 2 daughters, Mrs. Carl Lash, West Allis, Wis., and Mrs. Cecil Tompkins, Mason City, 3 sons, Edward Gaffney, West Allis, Wis., James Gaffney, Cody, Wyo., and Walter Gaffney, Mason City, a sister, Mrs. R. J. Hart, Mason City, and 3 grandsons. She was preceded in death by her husband, Michael, Aug. 23, 1946, and by 2 brothers and 2 sisters. Funeral services will be held Monday at 9 a. m. at the Holy Family Catholic church, with Msgr. R. P. Murphy officiating. Burial will be at St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. The Rosary will be said at the Meyer funeral home Saturday at 8 p. m. The Holy Family Ladies Aid will say the Rosary at 4 p. m. Sunday. The parish Rosary will be at 8 p. m. Sunday. The Meyer funeral home in charge. or Havana Canape a Northumberland Hate. Fill the tumblers with your favorite beverage . . . have a couple of quarts for refifls afl ready in a Mayfak Pitcher. the Iowa league's winter season with a first place ranking in both center fire and any caliber competition. Leo Allstot paced the field in any caliber with a 293 and was followed by Albert Boekelman, Earl Thompson and Everett C. Wood. In 2nd was the Minneapolis team and 3rd, the Scout County Sportsmen's association from Davenport. The Cerro Gordo aggregate was 1129, Minneapolis 1104 and Davenport 1097. A 2nd local team had a 1074 score. It was composed of Rodge,r H. Anderson. Harry Boekelman, E. H. Linnenkamp and Hazel Allstot. Team 3, made up of James Marker, Geraldine Bohlen, Art L. Becker and Dan R. Hummel had an 894 total. One of 3 highway patrol teams, composed of R. W. Hahn, Vern Jackley, Howard John W. S. Miller Wright had an and 897 3rd Rally in Series of Youth for Christ to Be This Weekend The 3rd in a series of city-wide "Youth for Christ" rallies being sponsored by the Christian business men's committee of Mason City will be held this -weekend at the Monroe junior high school. There will be 2 meetings, one on Saturday at 7:30 p. m. and one Sunday at 3 p. m. The program includes "The Gps- pelairs," a male quartet featuring a baritone soloist, and a youth speaker, the Rev. Dwane Hurst. All are students of the North Central Bible Institute at Minneapolis. Dean explained operation of the present program as follows: 130% Called Surplus "Sliding scale support prices are written into the present law and provide for not more than 90 per cent and not less than 60 per cent of parity. The formula is included in the act that was passed by the last session of congress and provides that when the supply is more than 130 per cent of any crop, the parity price shall not be less than 60 per cent. "The act includes a table which outlines definitely the price at which parity shall be set. This ranges all the way from 60 to 90 per cent and is operated as follows: For instance, suppose the country had a surplus of 130 per cent of any crop and not enough corn; the support price on corn would be 90 per cent but on the other crops, the price support is set according to the supply of basic commodities between 60 per cent and 90 per cent, according to law. It is hoped that this would encourage a shift of production from the surplus commodity to the commodity which was needed. May Set 150% "If surpluses become excessive the law provides for rigid controls if voted by farmers themselves. If voted, parity can be as high as 90 per cent and not less than 72 per cent. Also, if at any time the nation needs a particular commodity, the secretary of agriculture may set support prices as high as 150 per cent of parity to get production of that crop and thereby shift production to that crop. "You will note the price has already been announced for potatoes at 60 per cent of parity for next year. Undoubtedly, Secretary Brannon's idea was to discourage a large production of potatoes and shift to some other crops. This would help cut down our hundred million dollar loss and help eliminate consumer criticism. \ "When 90 per cent of parity is guaranteed across the board, out- Radios Installed in Charles City Taxis Charles City—Charles City cab riders may get static along with their rides hereafter, but they will get their cab sooner. Elmer Witt, Yellow Cab company proprietor announced Thursday radio equipment has been installed in his 3 taxis, with a transmitter in operation at the dispatcher's office on Riverside drive. With final adjustments made Wednesday, the radios will enable the company to handle calls more speedily and with less travel time, Witt said. Patterson-James funeral chapel with the Rev. Alvin N. Rogness pastor of Trinity Lutheran church officiating. The body arrived in Mason City Friday morning via the Mil waukee Road, with Sgt. Ear Vance, Chicago, as escort. Military orders meeting the train were in charge of Commdr. Leo Allstot of the American Legion. The color guard of the American Legion included Oscar Jewell and John G-. Brown, the color bearers, James V. Wilson and Paul Niday. American Legion Auxiliary color bearers were Mrs. Emil Johansen and Mrs. Oscar Jewell; V. F. W. color bearers were Arnold Tilton and John A. Brown, V. F. W. Auxiliary color bearers were Mrs. Otto Engebretson and Mrs. Chairman Named Charles City—M. H. Rodamaker, 5th district supervisor, was elected chairman of the Floyd county board of supervisors at its first meeting of the year. A supervisor since 1933, he was appointed chairman on the death of R. W. Thatcher in June, 1948, and has served in the post since. Scarville—Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Greenhood of Omaha, Nebr., were recent callers at the Bennie Nelson home. Mr. Greenhood is a nephew of Mrs. Nelson. ULSON WATCH REPAIR , TUEBIDG Sprinkle grated yellow cheese over leftover pie dough, cut in strips, sprinkle lightly wth paprika and bake. Serve as an accompaniment to tomato juice. SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING CLCANER/ -runriH LAUNDERED/ PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Phone 788 or 789 FITS AS WELL AS EVER! Washing a bedspread carefully so that colors do not run, ironing to insure perfect fit is too much for any woman. Let us shoulder this burden and all other laundry, too! Phone 600. WE SHOULDER fOUR BURDEN put of excessive surplus crops does not get reduced or adjusted. It is hoped that the less rigid supports will introduce flexibility and encourage farmers to shift crops total and the Mason City police top team of F. E. Hensley, Don Law, Merle Schriver and Robert Jubb totaled 843. Myron Bohlen of Cerro Gordo topped center iire competition with a 285. Allstot also made 285 but was awarded 2nd because Bohlen hit 100 on his timed fire. The Cerro Gordo team was again 1st, this time ahead of Minneapolis and Kansas City. These meetings are non-denominational and not sponsored by any church but by Christian men from different church groups, who compose the committee. The meeting's are open to anyone interested. Scarville—A post-nuptial shower was held at the Immanuel church parlors recently honoring Mrs. Oscar Olson the former Miss Clara Nelson. 22-%" Clipper Ship ..14.75 ' 3.50 2-a». Mayf air P»ch«r ---- 1 2.50 9" WittiNr* Bowl ........ 5.75 lO"Canap«Plat»,lnNort»«wnib«r- land or Havana d«ig*. 4.50 20 E. State Phone 17 Pvt. Don Austin Needs His Uniform Pvt. Don Austin, 630 4th N. E., needs his uniform—but quick— and wonders who has it. On leave since New Year's day from his base at Aberdeen, Md., Austin had his only uniform dry cleaned . . . and while carrying it on his way home Wednesday, he stopped at the United Cigar store. That's the last he saw of it. Someone must have carried it off by mistake, he says, and he urgently requests this someone to get in touch with him promptly at Telephone No. 4781-J. Austin's furlough is about up. He was scheduled to leave for Maryland Friday night . . . and he needs his uniform. The jacket can be identified with the number A- 9825. PREFERRED BY MILLIONS SO PURE, SO FAST, SO DEPENDABLE StJoseph ASPIRIN HEW! ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN Easy to take. Has orange flavor that's sweetened to child's taste. Easy to give. fiOtabletsfor 3Sc. Try itl TRY OUR DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS With or Without Slice of Sweet Onion. They're Good. • Sandwiches • Soups • Coffee * Malts • Sundaes and Sodas FOUNTAIN ITEMS BAKER'S ICE CREAM STORE Open 9 A. M. to 11:30 P. M. Dally Plenty of Free Parking Schwen's Ice Cream "Always Good" 411 NORTH FEDERAL DECENT Missing Car Found Charles City — Police found a car reported missing New Year's eve by Bernard Glaser of New Hampton. It was discovered parked on South Jackson street near Waller street. Residents of the nearby Hobert's cabin told police the car had been parked on South Jackson "for a couple of days," but had thought it merely a stalled auto. BLANCHARD5 , A new and wonderful experience awaits you .r»f [fhe thrill of hearing a graceful, small console with the gloriovs full tone of a cosily grand f Only Everett gives you this remarkable performance, because only Everett has "Balanced Tension," a revolutionary new back construction. latest models — moderately priced — .now on display. See them today! Pianos Priced $495 and up MUSIC CO. 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