Elma New Era (Newspaper) - April 6, 1933, Elma, Iowa Is Final Date When Crop Loans Can Be OF OLE 0. of the Crop that wish to apply for loans may blanks at tu Applications be In Minneapolis by on H may not be for applied and If It Is the proper redaction be on the forms ont at the application la In the that the loan Is not and mortgage will be sher being by the are limited to that the of their W per that grows M who farm Only that portion of crop sold ^t farm Is a cash Alab acreage Is not in case of flax and sugar to 9tjMi up to riz tor material made 1o get a In the per cent and 0. Johnson of passed airay at the home of his sister Mrs. Martha In Saturday April 1. He was io years Vif Mr. Johnson had been In falling health for some time past He to a week to nls death and his condition worse after Funeral were held at the Out Cresco Win Trophy Held seventh and eighth of the local school won the county trophy in the contest at Uma Wednesday barely taking the cup from Cresco who won the last team composed of Marion Reed Grace Holmes and Marie Hdd in Grades and annual night Is to id on Frlday Aprii 7. mal will be will of held supper touches iem Vanters Bank building this and o have all by iay on beginning next from the Dine which he has the past two and a half and will be to open on April 14th. in time for Easter In an announcement on another page Mr. Hurley states that he will be closed froin Monday of next week until Friday CLUBS MET HERE CLUB TO p. M. particular event to visit regular of 2nd 0radea-4lnl. tions profile a flue of i and up On 06to|Mr It any person to of or in disposing of any crops given securing for any crop except the account oC the 8eciM|ry of Church at Monday Reich missed a toui of 82 words the the was in the cemetery Viola of and Lucille of Lime Springs were the only 7:SV'Opcning pupils who went thru the contest with 1 and S a perfect Ida Robertson made the next best individual arithmetic record missing but one word each In oral and written The 17 Opening exercises CO team missed a total of 36 worda 7:,Readlng. Srd and 4tta and pushed the Elma people the ' ScfH Srd and 4th limit to It was a reversal of the and 6th-Mrs. TO BE HELD AT A. Cantata by of five words over the ery of by the Jubilee Choir and Sonora Orchestra at Immanuels Lutheran April 9. at 8 At the Lutheran in Charles 0. O. April at o'clock and at AlU ' vividly the at 1, 1-): he to 1-. the Mlh ffls ST. 46 11) Ihe - 1, 48); opening of veil and thf 87, 46-61). A prayer pf Hw of sole aim in giving this is to Glorify the of which is written in the original has been rented to us by the courtesy of Music New For this reason the rendition of this cantata is connected with considerable A plate collection will be used for Rev. L. W. Mrs. Irene Kathryn Mrs. Earl Alvin L. P. COURT MONDAT Interested in the the farm aid Bate at well be value to not only their but their present farming f as considering the amount uf could well afford a change of cropping methods that would decrease the cost of dairying through increased acreage of legumes and pasture improvement should not the soy bean acreage be increased when the seeding cost is no more and often less per acre than clover has been proven that this crop Mildred when properly has the feuding value of and with no vith good seed to a good stand even on acid soils and with proper care secure a hay crop of two tons per acre or could nOt a crop acreage be devoted to pasture The average blue grass pasture on too many farms during the months of and amounts to little more than a as a place for pasture to the teed for dairy costing only about as much as feeding a cow from the manger and requiring only about the labor as harvesting other not enlarge pasture production when needed by the use of fall rye and Sudan in May will give abundant feed during and September when the permanent pasture is Rye when seeded In September gives feed in early next can then be up in May and seeded to everyone interested in the present farm aid pending and other favorable farm relief measures for which measures are the most practical yet and which are being sponsored by the majority of farm it is v suggested that they avail themselves of the broadcast of the American Farm Bureau to be given April 8th, from 11:80 A. M. to 18:80 P. M. over the N. B. A. president of the A. F. F. will feature this program on the did not compete in the contest this a over the date of the contest kept them at a long distance telephone call Cresco team was composed of Phyllis Betty Roberta Shirley Carol 0ger. 14 Springs was ky Lucille Ilah Roberta W It marks the Ita MM to be the It la a the Daa which Is to in oh the afternoon Of April 88. Krumm of dM will he the Elma At that Following to the list of words given the Spelling 5tb and 6th 7:& Reading 8:00 Casey 8:80 6th and 6th and 8th Casey 7th * 8th 7th * 8thMrs. 7th * 9th, 10th, M Mr. Miss 9th, Mr. 2, Mr. Miss Ballard Mr. Tate Mr. Mr. Tate Mr. Brandmill next Monday April 10. D. and Jack Braden will charge of the tor tha evening and the supper consists of J. E. Clam Kelly and Harry in Cresco last their were EL B. John H. Ralph Mrs. Reed Mrs. ot its members elected Mr. and Jim organization for Elected Chairman by Co. annual of the Federation of Women's Clubs held In the High School Gym at which about sixty from seven clubs were Despite the rainy the attendance was very and the meeting was a hirtly successful one from all The committee in chargo of arrangements for the day consisting of Mrs. Reed Mrs. J. C. Hastings and Mrs. Maude put in a lot of hard in making this meeting a and are to be highly Members were representing five clubs from the Chester and the Todays Club of the election of officers during the Elma was recognized and Mrs. J. E. Harry Hasel Gue and Esther were New visitors Palmer and Clarence went to Creaco Sunday to visit with and Mrs. James visited with in New Hampton on and Clem two Mrs. Reed Elwood was elected county chairman and H. A. was elected They Mrs. H. M. and Mrs. of chairman and annual waa opened at ten o'clock with Mrs. Carl Reed of state In the taking the place of the dOunty Mrs. H. M. who Of near Acme visited Sunday be due to the Mrs. Mr. The J. A. in which Mrs. of near Lourdes lo visit his J. who is of Crane who a last remains Piano Reed Elwood really ptomaine and 6aIUga Todays Comes The Mary Catherine Dance Lois Concert H. has been considerable talk of a kitten ball league this and to decide the amount of Interest a few enthusiasts have decided to call a meeting of those Interested In Club was delightfully home of Mrs. Myrtle to be held Tuesday evening in | has moved onto a farm Monday Ron Monday of this week W. L. Eichendorf Ward of the Todays then gaye a short address of welcome for the rama and was responded by Perring of Ohib of at Reed I Tha annuAl 1%Bwo er Elma Rev. Hill Is a former | the Mrs. Eugene Irving ot pastor ot the Elma Community ' the Friends in Council of and Lynn Fausnaugh ter which the presidents of the visitors in New Hampton on ous each gave three minuto Mrs. Ward Cook paVe the A few friends went to the home of for the local Two Chester Mt. and Mrs. H. Erion Sunday gave a beautiful vocal following Ing and spent the which Mrs. Clark of Chester gave talk on the health work done county and the aid piven HEAD OF CATTLE Mrs. H. H. Webber SOLD AT AUCTION Cresco rendered a vocal and Chorus of Cresco who formerly lived on four very beautiful The ' j the Burgart farm a half mile west members of the chorus consisted ol of announces that he will sell the Mesdames E. H. E. R at auction on Friday of this week on Elmer Fred WO the Burgart 43 head of line E. L. Weaklen and ' and one team of Mr. Mary entire gathering then w to by Interesting In playing this should leave their oi those 4;; This sale should at- did lunch was served The The meeting was taken up mostly by names on lists now posted In the tract lot of as Mr. the entire room was | the Woodman Those Interested stocked with and will dispose to the Bellis where a In playing this should leave their oi those 4;; This sale should at- did lunch was served The tables NATIONAL PRIZE i on the The outdid themselves H. C. of Elma has the the lunch and inth 4.., gave an ' league last year composed of In th. talk on the I and indications are that Z I to Mrs. Catherine will be at least as many this i n. ui ' presented numbers Everyone In the community is eligible been awarded a prize of and re- names her check as a result of the The afternoon back In tho the more a league we are national yarn knitting contest con- school was opened with a apt to The petit Jurors have been on the music memory playing the to and to report on April 17th. CANDT Harden Our State Barred Rock hatching Also same Leghorn Tom Barron big and of pedigreed 884-814 ' Mr Write or la. 148p O'Donnell and Tim C. Hurley were Creaco young men were brought to Cresco from Protivin Monday afternoon and given a hearing on a robbing a candy delivery truck of The Evening Bridge Club met 850 worth Of They were each the home of Mrs. Earl Hayden given a line of and Thursday three She closed her program Shubert's The vocal part was suns by Miss Ruth After adjournment the served LADIES by Marshall Field Co. solo by Miss Bernadette Chicago recently when she had of which was followed the baby's bootees and by a splendid talk by Mrs. Hager of which she had exhibited In a chairman of the fourth The Ladles Aid of the Community local contest conducted by the Federation of Woman's County LUTHERAN H. A. School Classes at 0:30 Services with preaching the German at 10:30. being Guests of club were Mesdames John H. D. Herm Robley and Miss Agnes Gleason and Miss Mrs. R. A. Mealy was awarded the club prise and Miss Marr the guest Mrs. will meet at the home of Mrs. Lynn Markham On Wednesday April 12th, with Mrs. Markham last and Mrs. T. Peterson as AT MAPLE LEAF and his seven sizzling sons of syncopation and Gladys entertainer de formerly of the Lew Leslie's will play for store here in February when she was awarded Co. Entertains Bridge attendance at the State Convention to be held at Mason City In H. A. Pardee gave a wonderful talk On which was directly tied lip bv other numbers by of the Elma Miss Mable man gave Tennyson's Out Wild and Miss Ballard played Afternoon Bridge at the home of Mrs. R. Tuesday at accompanied two tables of bridge were the Mary Katherine service in the English at conclusion of the 7:80. _ delicious refreshments at the Hall on April 18th. at the Maple Leaf Community Mrs. Lowell J. Carter was a lln gave a solo accompanied by Good Friday communion service with preaching in the German at 10:80. address at 10:00 in the English in commemoration of Christ's Death in the evening at 8:00. Sermon of Judged and for registration to the Lord's on afternoon and gnd guitar in good giving description and price to F. J. Route 2. i6lp Lyle Bellis and E. B. Richmond were among those who went to Waterloo Sunday to see the flood Stage Plota No Stranger Than Her Own Love The Extraordinary predicament of a Woman Related in The American the Distributed with Next SUNDAY'S CHICAGO HERALD * men 86c; ladles 26c. dependable Baby Chicks at reasonable All of the leading Place your Custom hatching that BABY as 83.75 per 100. Lawler Elma Produce Howard Cemetery association will meet irith Mrs. Will Prank on Friday April 7, beginning at 2:30 club prise won won by Mrs. H. Mrs. and A. Ballard rendered a vocal at the PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH one act play was given by the Leaf Rev. F. on how a club should bo conducted according to City 140 egg nearly Inquire at this Rock Hatching Phone So. Douglas 10. Tony White Wyandotte for Inquire at the New Bra and per Maple Dale 16tl Lenten Services at 10:00 rufes. which evoked a great deal M. Sermon or Mrs. E. H. Allen of gave a beautiful vocal is welcome to session wound up with of for the next night Luther League and the serving of five In the bv the local Mrs. night the Church Miss Anne at afternoon tlon Comers ST. MARTIN'S LUTHERAN Lenten Services at 2.00 p.m. Sermon 27, 16-22: Jesus Christ are they that hear the Word of God and keep Richmond had charge of tha This closed a very highly successful Tho county will be held at Un e Springs In 1934. your cars on the Easy F.