Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 24, 1948 · Page 15
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i ent Needs Lower Price Support to Aid in Reduction sSt-Sr^s " M cornSrecTto lion* 17 °° acres was the P !9« gol'" 0 3CreS Which mands ' de- also expected to nc °ui-agement to practice s- The price P ° tatoes has ^een per cent of parity. Jorce Students Come Home for Yuie Visits Joice— Students home for Christmas vacation include: From the Min» reSt .«r Ac *, demy ' Fei ° us Falls, Minn., Wanda Almelien, Rollin Kognes, Barbara Tweed, Junice • ™«. St. widi uuuege, iNorthfield, linn., VaLois Field, David Scheie, ^lark Hufco, Joseph and David Huseth; from Luther college Decorah Syvilla Tweed, Catherine and Gwendolyn Dueland; from Iowa State college at Ames, Norma and Arvid Holtan, Richard blattum, Vernon Hagen, Sidney Haroldson and Dale Purcell; from Waldorf college, Forest City, Dorothy Ann Anderson, Deloris Med- lang, Ardis Slattum, Beverly Evans and Betty Holtan; from University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, John Kittleson. Holiday Begriiis Goodell — Goodell independent ichool closes Friday for a week's holiday vacation. Supt. Mrs. T. S. Denham and Mr. Denham, who is superintendent at Atalissa, will jfo to Columbus, Mo., to enjoy the time with his sister and 3 brothers. Mr. Bosworth, local manual training teacher, will be with his relatives in Webster City. Goodell - George Klipping and Alfred of Rake visited in the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Ralph Larson. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. J. J Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Anderson and 2 sons of Agenda, Kans., the E. R. Newboroughs of Bntt and Bill Geherke will spend Christmas at the R. E. Newborough home. Nashua — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bartell and daughters, Mary Virginia and Ruth will drive to Ellsworth, Wis., Christmas to spend the day with Mrs. Bartell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Huber Wesley—Holiday guests at 'the Pearly Haynes home are Mrs R J. Saunche, Irvin Haynes and Mr and Mrs. Bill Nadelhoffer all of Eau Claire, Wis., and the Bill Hopds of Algona and the Ed Farn- ums of Corwith. Osaffe — Mr. and Mrs. Orville Nielsen left for Sioux City to spend a few days at the home of Mrs. iNieiseirs parents, thence to tlk Horn to visit at the parental Nielsen home. Mr. Nielsen is Washington grade school principal Rake—The Girl Souts enjoyed a Christmas party at the home of one of the leaders, Mrs. .Ramon Nelson Before going to the Nelson home the scouts spent an hour Christmas caroling in town. Bristow — Gerald and Ardath Hershey, who are attending Tarkio college, in Tarkio, Mo., are spending their Christmas vacation visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hershey. ' Dumont—A pre-Christmas din ner was held at the home of Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Noelting. Four teen guests from Cedar Rapid and Dumont attended. Luverne—Mr. and Mrs. Arthu Miller left Thursday for Carlin Nev., to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harrj O Nan, and become acquainted with a new grandchild. LeRoy, Minn.—Miss Isabelle Anderson of Austin junior college is at home for the holidays. Aredale—Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Zimmerman observed their silvei wedding anniversary Sunday LeRoy, Minn.—Dale and Ross River and Bernard Halver. students at Iowa State college, are at their homes for vacation. Ackley — Gordon Lee Fritz 5 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fritz, was at St. Francis hospital at Waterloo for an appendectomy. S. E; Across From Post Office CENTRAL FOOD MARKET "Open Every Night and Sundays" Fresh Meats Oysters Fruits & Vegetables Plenty of XMAS CANDY and NUTS Fresh Frozen Strawberries Ice Cream Cakes All Kinds of BEER MIXES CIG-RETS "Merry Christinas To AH" 'FROM ALL OF US' CLOSED XMAS DAY — OPEN SUNDAY ,-f3#£*&^ SOLVED! We have the answer for last minute Christmas shoppers who cannot decide on what to get for a certain family. At this holiday time numerous families receive gifts of chickens, turkeys, meat and other perishable food products. And so they need low temperature storage space. A LOCKER will SOLVE their problem. And you can rent one in their name. Just call 116, Mason City, and we will send the famijy a Gift Certificate, and bill you for the rent . . DOOR TYPE LOCKER $10.00 a year DRAWERS $12.50 a year DOUBLES $20.00 a year A Merry Christmas to oil our Customers and Friends E. B. HIGLEY & CO. MASON CITY, IOWA R R K K i I i f f f f fi K f A a n H H Alexander—C. C. Schulte is suffering with a broken leg Bode —Sam Thorsland has returned from a 6 weeks' trip to JJenver where he stayed with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bolhoeffert. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Westaby left for Antioch, 111 where they will meet friends, then go on to Florida where they plan to spend the next 2 or 3 weeks Allison—Mrs Howard Wehrhan sustained severe injuries about the head when she fell on ice when returning home from work Bristow—Mrs. George Folkerts is a patient at the Cedar Valley hospital in Charles City where she underwent an operation Saturday. r<u St "i A " s s a r — Mr - a n d Mrs. Charley Anderson entertained in the basement of the Methodist cnurch in honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Van Every, of Mclntire Fifty-one guests were present Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Turner of Somers were parents of twin daughters, born Saturday at a Mason City hospital. They are the granddaughters of Mr and Mrs. J. C. Jindrich of Swale- t.13 IP. Sheffield--Mrs. Vincent Mroz, lucago. 111., came Sunday to spend the holidays with her parents. Mr and Mrs. A. J. Gamm. Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyers _and Hemo Abbas went to De S Monies where the latter had a checkup at the Veterans hospital Popejoy—Mrs. Glen Harding and son, Dennis, are spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Floya uaJsreen and family at Clarion. Joice — Mr. and Mrs. Melvh Lindflott and Marilyn and Mr S fMrs ' AIf «d Lindflott have left for Tucson, Ariz., to spend Chustmas with Arden, son of Mr and Mrs. Melvin Lindflott, who is attending high school there Kanawha—Albert and Mary Kudej, who- have been farming /owo Texas - s Garner—Fred Gorton of Kana-V th» V w S 8 re , Cent busi »ess visitor at the Hancock county courthouse Norton was formerly township 'r in Amsterdam township the present Triple A chairman from that township Lake—Janice Larson of uity came by train to spend after Christmas with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Stewart Her stepfather and mother, Mr. and Mrs. V. J stall- nan, will come Christmas eve. •n SJ ? ffe ;T, A Chri stmas eve party null be held at the Edwin Tesch Apartment with the Wilmot rela- -ives to be special guests. Mrs. •£wm Tesch is the former Stacia ivilmot. Garner—The Garner Men's Con- ract Bridge club completed the ^nd in a series of game.s at the -egion hall here Monday evening Winners will be guests of the osers at a dinner Monday evening, ^fl. 3. Scarville — Mrs. A. Luther en- ertained the Friendly Birthday ^lub at a Christmas party. The ifternoon was spent packing gifts ind boxes of candy and nuts for he , Lutheran Welfare. Mrs Lu her served a luncheon at th :lose of th2 afternoon. Chester—Robert Maurer, Jr i onfinecl to his home in Waterlo vith a badly injured foot causec falling piece of steel at th Deere company where he i mployed. Garner—Hancock county super •isors will take the annual inven- ory at the Hancock county home ^uesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman aul are steward and matron a he home. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Winfield -ray W2re guests of Mr. and Mrs - F. Shipton in Mason City re- ently. Nashua—Mrs. August Meier ^ onfined t^ her bed from a fall in which she suffered some broken ribs. Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. Bill Floy of Thornton and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilson of Clarion spent Tuesday evening in the home of relatives Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cook. Nashua—Miss Lucile Meier student at Macalester college in St Paul, Minn., arrived in Nashua to spend Christmas with her father E. G. Meier. They will go to Minneapolis to the home of Miss Gertrude Smith, a cousin, to spend Christmas. Bode—Donald Pflibsen, Donald Sorhen and Howard Abens have returned from a trip to Moorhead Minn. Woden—Mrs. May Goslin and son, Bob, visited at the M. L, Goslin home at Ames. Otranto —Mrs. W. A. Howard and children will leave Jan. 3 for Panama to join her huszand who is in the army. Laiimer—Mr. and Mrs. Kay Kunath and son of Spencer were recent visitors with Air. and Mrs. Clifford W. Hicks. LeRoy, Minn—Jean Klassy and Eugene Halver, who attend business colleges in Minneapolis, are at their homes for the holidays. Crystal Lake—The annual Sunday school program will be presented Christmas eve in the Methodist church at 8 o'clock. LeRoy, Minn.—Miss Carol Eastwold, school librarian at Albert Lea, is home for the Christmas vacation. Dumont—Albert Lolling of Wes- ey and Mrs. Mary Jurden of Ap- ington were recent callers in the ? ijed Day and Elmer Nolte homes. LeRoy, Minn.—Miss Marie Rejan, R. N., of Chicago is home for ho holiday season. Plymouth — A Christmas pro_,ram will be given Friday night at 8 o'clock at the Methodist :hurch. Shows Value of Isofype Tracer Experiment Carried on in Wright County Clarion—The experimental use of radioactive isotope tracers in the study of phosphorus fertilizer shows that they have great possibilities for helping the research man make his fertilizer recommendations, Doctor W. H. Pierce, head or the agronomy department of Iowa State college, said this week. Pierce said that by using radioactive phosphorus, research men can trace the fertilizer through the plant. It can be determined whether the plant is getting its plant food from fertilizer applied or from reserves already in the soil. Seven experiments with radio active phosphate fertilizer were conducted in Iowa this past year. Five of those experiments were m Wright county. Three were on the Hubert Hiemstra farm in Norway township operated by Walter Passmore and 2 on the Woodley Brothers' farm in Lincoln township. The work in this state is in co-operation with the bureau of plant industry, soils and agricultural engineering of the USDA. Three experiments were with corn where the objective was to find out the best placement of phosphate fertilizer. Phosphate was placed at different depths and on one and both sides of the row. Another was with corn where the objective was to test the effect of phosphate on different hybrids. Three experiments were with oats and alfalfa seedings where a comparison was made of the value of different phosphate fertilizers including some of the newer ones produced by the Tennessee Valley Authority. While Pierce pointed out that some calculations and analyses have not been completed he reported some general results obtained from the studies. In general, he said the efficiency of Phosphate fertilizers depend on the kind of soil. On a near neutral soil that is not acid, plants got a higher percentage of phosphorus from superphosphate than from the newer phosphate fertilizers However, on 2 other soils that were slightly acid the newer fertilizers were equally efficient. TOWN OFFERS NATIVITY Dee. 23, 1948 9 Mason City Giofte-QaieUc. MUCH City, ttb Files Suit for Truck Damage Floyd Man Plaintiff in Action for $348 Charles City — Keith Gage, of Charles City, has been made de- tendant in an action to recover 5348.88 damages by A. J. Boom- hpwer, of Floyd, filed Tuesday in district court. He asked the amount for al- eged failure to haul his truck 4-V °, f -K? ditch a mile southeast of Floyd Nov. 25. His petition charged he hauler, "instead of pulling the truck back onto the highway drove it into a muddy cornfield" vhere it was mired. The motor froze as a result, according to Boomhower's charges in his petition and was ruined. He asked $308 damages to the vehicle and an additional ?40 for loss of income normally received from hauling business. 116 Mitchell 4-H Club Members Will Feed Beef Calves Osage—One hundred and sixteen Mitchell county 4-H club members indicated to Harley Walker, county extension director they intend to^ feed baby beeves next year as a 4-H club project. This means that probably more than 150 baby beeves will be on feed in the county, since some members will feed several. During the year just closing, the Lincoln club led in number of members feeding baby beeves with Year Ends With 4 Fire Schools December Program to Close in North Iowa Ames—Four fire schools in Iowa next week will end the December fire program for 1948, according to Robert Byrus, fire prevention engineer for the Iowa State college engineering extension service. Schools will be held in the following cities: Fenton, Dec. 27- Spencer, Dec. 28; Royal, Dec 29* and Greene, Dec. 30. William Myers will be in charge of the schools. He will"have one of the college's completely equipped fire trucks at each of the schools According to Byrus. the 1949 fire school program will get under way immediately after the first of the year. Mark Brosier, member of the engineering extension service staff, will be in charge of the January schedule of instructional sessions. Kenneth Reams. Shep herds standing at left are Clifton Eilerbeck and LeRoy Gallup. Shepherds seated at left are (left to right) Joe Mercer, Donald Freese and Jerry Marchant. Wise man standing at right is Ellis Sutton. Seated behind him Jeffries and Ronnie Standii^ bdiind her is Jo a ,ph played are Kirk Willsher. An angelic choir hidden in the hayloft of- the barn is singing Christmas carols. Living animals, a sheep, shepherd ting. . The scene above is in a an ox, donkey and a dog complete the set- cattle shed on the Francis Sherman farm just east of Nora paved highway is Springs. The lighted with Memories of School Days Prompt Gift Clarksville—-When Aaron Hardman of Greene drove by Shady Dellv school just north of Clarksville and saw the children at play it brought back pleasant memories of his boyhood. When he attended the school 50 years ago he helped plant an elm tree on the grounds and he noted it has grown into a large tree with branches large enough to shade the pupils in the summer. Deciding that he would like to show his love of these happy memories in a more substantial way at Christmas time, he gave 550 to the school to be used as the teacher, Blanche Bolin, and the school board see fit. He deposited the $50 in the Iowa btate bank, a dollar for each year the tree has stood ,and instructed the bank to notify the teacher the money was there. flares showing the location. Assisting in the presentation of the pantomime is the Rev. A B Mercer, pastor of the Methodist church. Mayor Albert Nagel is a member of the lighting commit• ^f» * A high stockade at the rear of the cattle shed will enclose a hu«e bonfire, fuel for which will be re- HAMILTON-WALTHAIH.EL.GtN.att.VERr MASON CITY'S EXPERT HOROLOGlSTS plenished at frequent intervals. The bonfire is to lend color and life to the scene and to provide warmth and comfort for members of the cast and visitors. Joint Joice — Yule The Program Concordia and Bethany Sunday schools will present a joint Christmas program Sunday in the Bethany Lutheran church beginning: at 7:30 p. m. Flock Owners Up Production Report Results From Improved Practices Ames—Iowa flock owners are adopting improved management practices recommended by Iowa State college specialists to boost egg production. W, R. Whitfield, extension poul- tryman at the college, reports that a spot check in several counties indicates that flock owners have made a definite swing during the past 10 years from allowing their laying flocks to run out of doors in winter to complete confinement. Ten years ago, Whitfield checked 118 flocks in Story, Hamilton. Wright and Hancock counties and found 94 braving the elements of 10 below zero weather. Two weeks ago, he made a similar spot check in Story, Hardin, Butler, Franklin, Bremer and Fayette counties and found only 16 out of 240 flocks running outside. He says this is generally true throughout the state. This change in practices has contributed to the Increased egg production per hen in the state over the same 10-year period, according to Whitfield. Egg production per hen in November this year was 9.72 eggs compared to 4.8 eggs per hen for the same month 10 years ago. He stresses that no one practice alone makes success. Other factors in. addition to confinement had their part. But, he is convinced that confining the flock in well insulated houses is one of the major factors affecting egg production during cold weather. Home For Holidays Wesley—Mary Jane Loebey of St. Mary's, Milwaukee, Cletus Marvin and Philip Studer, and Harry Studer and Gary Wingert of St. Lawrence at Mt. Carmel, Wis., Gary Marco of Omaha, Lowell Erdman and Jack Bonn of Ames, Burrell Lease of Iowa City and Lois Bluch of Cedar Falls are home for the holidays. 11 ih We at Dillons extend Season's Greetings to you and yours. May you have a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year! And we wish to express our sincere gratitude for your friendship and patronage! THE DILLON CO. 2nd Door East of 1st National Bank "OUR FIRST AIM IS TO PLEASE YOU" FATHER DIES Garner—Word has been received here of the death of Clarence Richards of Los Angeles, Cal. He is the father of Ken Richards who formerly operated Ken's Kan- teen here. Funeral services were to be held at Jefferson Thursday. The North Central National Farm Loan Association SERVING Mitchell, Floyd, Worth and Cerro Gordo Counties announces payment of a 1% DIVIDEND to stockholders of record as of November 30, 1948, and the checks will be placed in the mails before Christmas. This makes a total of 12% paid in dividends during 1948. These dividends have materially reduced the net interest cost to an average of less than &/>% as to the newer loans. On the older loans with more principal reduction the rate runs still lower, some are under 3% on this dividend basis. WE ARE THE ONLY LONG TERM LAND LOAN ORGANIZATION THAT SHARES ITS EARNINGS WITH YOU, THE PERSON WHO BORROWS THE MONEY. MEMBER OF FEDERAL LAND BANK SYSTEM W. F. Wahrer, Secretary-Treasurer 16 2nd St. N. E. Mason City, Iowa X., *c SWEETHEART BAKERS K»fl^^Wffi««TiTl?'^^^^KB^^

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