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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY APR 3 29 IQWAN SAYS USE OF FARM MACHINERY IS ON INCREASE ENGINEERING IN AGRICULTURE IS REACHING HEIGHT Way to Assist Farming Is to Develop Factories Says Davidson IOWA CITY April 3 J B Davidson of Iowa State college believes the present is but the be ginning of a period of the most rap id development of engineering methods in agriculture in the worlds history He also feels that perhaps the best way to assist ag riculture is to develop manufactur ing thus relieving the congestion on the farms and providing a market for food stuffs local Professor Davidson made public bis views in an address prepared for the Iowa Power and Industrial con ference here today He said Iowa has a larger investment in farm machinery than any other state In the union There is much reason to believe Professor Davidson declared that Iowa wilt continue to consume farm machinery at even a greater rate in the future than in the past Iowa farmers are progressive They are Intelligent and Iowa agriculture state offers certain definite and im portant advantages The develop ment should be encouraged Iowa has within its borders the three great agents in industrial success Arthur Huntingdon of Ce dar Rapids told the conference The three factors he said are power factory management and sales There is not a county or town In the state Huntington said which ia not supplied with the first of these great essentials at prices which will permit of world compet tion and no state is producing bet ter industrial managers than are coming from our technical schools and are being trained under our good factory executives As sales men her sons rank high The electric industry has been trying for the past five years to do for agriculture what has been done for the manufacturing industry h said It is cooperating with the de partment of agriculture farmer organizations and Iowa State co lege ia determining how electri power may be used to increase th productiveness for man on the farm and lower the cost of production Power Is Important Power he said is one of th most important factors in the com mercial development of any nation The efficiency with which power 1 used either in the production of raw material or the transforming of raw material into commodities of great er value is one measure of the com mercial success of that nation I might go further and say thai nations are commercially success w XU1UIUCL V1CUI Y dUticiJ3 to the successful use of jful almost directly in proportion to j their ability to release people from Can Handle Equipment the drudgery of manual labor by the The young men on Iowa farms usingof power and equipment with their mechanical training and This ability to multiply our pro experienceobtained largely thru duction per worker has made it pos the universal use of the automobile I sible for American producers to on the farms of the state are predominate not only domestic but for pared to handle the most advanced eign markets in competition with types of mechanical farm equipthe worlds most skilled citizens meiit It appears that the present I has claimed her share of this is but the beginning of a period of distant market without Ki any way the most rapid development of enlowering the living1 standards of her gineeringmethods in agriculture In I workers or by securing raw mater the worlds history I ial under preferential Iowa Professor Davidson said al ready is well established as a cen ter for the manufacture of farm machinery Twentysix factories are listed in the report of the bureau of labor for Iowa in 1928 Two of the largest tractor factories are located preferential conditions June Time Will Be Presented at Rockwell ROCKWELL April T American Leeion find r fhe Sr Time to be given on Thursday and Friday evenings at the Legion hall The following are taking part Ma COAL MINING IN IOWA IS NOW IN SERIOUS STRAITS Production at Lowest Ebb in 36 Years Says President IOWA CITY April op erators miners and consumers co operate to bring the industry up from its low ebb the Iowa coal min ing industry virtually will be de stroyed George Heaps Jr presi dent of the Iowa Coal Operators as sociatipn said at the Iowa power and industrial conference which opened at the University of Iowa Tuesday HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From 100 GlobeGazette Minnesota Coal production in Iowa is at its lowest point in 36 years and in 1927 and 1928 only slightly more than 3000000 tons were mined in the state The record of 9049806 tons was made in 1917 Heaps declared Postwar cutting of wages in the nonunion fields of the east and south which enable those mines to ship coal to Iowa cheaply and so win in competition with the states product is one of the chief reason for the serious situation Other Jiven by Mr Heaps include the men ace of the huge production of fue oil and the general falling off in de mand for coal due partly to use o more efficient methods of firing In the past six years the numbe of men employed in Iowa mines has declined from about 13000 to 5000 This situation is general thruout th country Heaps declared but no vhere can it be compared to the oss in Iowa The starting1 point in aiding the ndustry Is for institutions using iublic money to purchase Iowa coal e said This already has been done y the state board of control anc he present legislature is formulat nga bill for special transportation atcs for the states coal by the tractors Conditions Are Favorable There seems to be no inherent rie OBrien Norrine thrceX John Grand Juiy of KossutK Meets to Decide Cases ALGONA April 3 Kossuth county district court opened yester day at 9 oclock when the grand jury met to consider cases up for in dictment Judge Coyal of Hum boldt arrived Monday SERVICES CANCELLED will bo no services at St Johns Evangelical church Sunday BORN ON EASTER son waa born to Mr and Mrs Georgo Stopplemore Easter Sunday CALLED BY ILLNESS Rev arid firs Heverly were called to Center Point Saturday evening by the serious ill ness of theRev Heverlys father SOCIETY ELECTS the result of the elec tion of officers In the Young Womens Missionary society held Monday eve ning at the home of Mrs Fred Eg Bert Mrs Herman Hoykens was elect ed president Mrs Onna Ryken vice president Mrs Gilbert Henry seer tary Mrs Herman Snater treasure and Mrs August Schachterle seci tary of literature MAKES SHORT VISIT Kilson Brlstow cams Saturday on a few flay visit to his daughter Mrs Robert Me Kernail ana family HAS ACCIDENT Shufelt injure his right eye badly when he got thre slivers in it while hewing a plank bu the Sight of the eye will not be a fected BACK FROM TEXAS nnd Mrs Da OHearen returned to their borne in Ackley Saturday after spending th winter with their son John In Dallas Texas and with their daughter Mrs Joe Lawless in Eldora HOME FROM HOSPITAL Stokesburg re turned home from the Hampton hos pltal Tuesday VISIT IN DES MOINES and Mrs At O Bass spent Baster at the Elmer Fuller iome at Des Molnes TEACHERS OX VACATION out of town teach ers Irene Vogelsang of Denver Irene Tohnson Duluth Minn June Mc Comas Dows Jennie Henrlclis Dana Ruth Gordon tostvlller Dorothy Fer rle Crcsco Marie Laipple Geneva Welble Burlington Hazel Me arlanfl and Sherm Toilet on Waterloo are spending their pring vacations at their respective lomes VISIT PARENTS and Mrs Jack Stee man oC Austin Minn and Mr and Irs Clifford Mertz ot Cedar Knpids pent Easter at the home of their arents ACCEPTS POSITION Hfckok former y employed by the Auto Service com any has accepted a position with the ullen Motor company PR EDWARD ASAHEL BIRGE MADISON April S UP president emeritus of tho University of Wisconsin at the age of 77 again has turned to the hobby of his youth zoology and limnology When Dr Edward Asahel Birge retired in 1936 he re sumed a study of fish pastur age in Wisconsin lakes Years ago ho began the project but a long career as teacher dean and president allowed him only occa atonal time for his hobby Dr Birges project embraces an inventory of plant and ani mal life In 322 lakes in four northern Wisconsin counties Nine assistants from the Wis consin geological and natural history survey accompany him to make chemical analysis of lake water and examination of plant life VISITS COULTER Vera Sorenson of Albert Lea Is here for a visit at the l oter Madsen and Henry Withers liomes TO SEEK EMPLOYMENT Wood and family of Chicago aje expected to arrive this week for an indefinite visit with Mrs Wood s parents Mr and Mrs B p Foster Mr Wood lias been employed m Chicago the past three years but has been given a three months leave of absence during which time he will endeavor to find employment that will ivo him outside work as his health has been impaired by close confine ment in an office GO TO CHICAGO John McWllHams and Mrs Henry EbHns went to Chi chlldhood He with hi family PIONEER IS DEAD AT CARTERSVILLE Funeral Services Are Held Tuesday for Jacob Gaiser 83 CARTERS VILLE April Tho death early Sunday morning of Ja cob Gaiser 83 long time resident of this community removes one of its oldest residents He was born in Germany and came to Iowa when a young man settling In dormant Fayetto coun ty where for many years ho con ducted a shoeshop Here he was married to Mlsa Car oline Goetz in 1877 Six children were born to them one dying in RETURNS TO WORK Mattfs Brass who taking nurses training at Cedar alls returned to her work after pending the past few days with her other RETURN HOME nnd Mrs L E Coor es who spent the past three months 1 California returned homo to Ack y Tuesday FORMER RESIDENT ILL was received by Stock Car Records set during Challenger Week by dealers and owners under official observation of police safety and underwriters officials 70 MPH Lafnv ettc MPH Birmingham Ala MPH Cape Girardcau M P H Little Rock M P H Ptebure72 MPH South Bend 7216 M P H Des Moines71 M P H Salt Lake City72 MPH El Paso Texas M P H Omaha72 M P H Providence R M P H RELIABILITY SaginawMich nonstop run covering 1259 miles averaging 525 MPH Grand Rapids and return 461 miles in 8 hours SOminutes icerutted road Duluth toMinne apolis and return over icy roads 344 miles in 6 hours and 28 minutes Salt Lake Ocden to Bear River City and return 723 miles in 70 minutesiand 30 seconds NOT JUST 4 SIX Note These LOCAL RECORDS Breaking power economy reliability and acceleration demonstrated miles to tho gallon of gas ACCELEKATIONfrom a dead stop Cs per hour in 18 seconds OUR WHEEL BRAKE EFF1CIEN cy from 60 miles nn hour to a dead stop in seconds Motor run con htantly for 200 hours without an ad justment or a motor stop HULL CUM BirVC Sn Francisco Essex wins Oakland Enquirer Trophy for fastest time from the Toll House to top of Mt Diablo minutes and 32 seconds beating the world record by 234 seconds To top of MtBaldy SOS miles with hairpin turns in 10 minutes 164 seconds Fastest time ever recorded lowers record of well known eightcylinder car A SUPERSIX miles an miles an hour all day longin getaway it challenges car at any price it challenges all in climbing hills Remember it is built by Hudson under famous SuperSix patents That if why it is 10 one can copy or match it AND UP AT Hear the Png Es rvtry Friday ACCELERATION Birmingham start to 50 MP H in 142 seconds From 10 to 70 M P H in 192 seconds Little Rock Arkansas Stand in z start to 60 M P H in 26 seconds St Louis start to 60 M PH in 28 seconds B 14 E S 45 miles an hour to stop in 25 fcctj from 35 miles to stop in 18 feet Dayton 30 miles an hour to stop in 1 second New Or miles an hour to stop in 29 feet ECONOMY than 300 reported tests during Challenger Week the gasoline consumption averaged above 20 miles a gallon These tests ranged from reliability runs to speed trials of 70 miles an hour hillclimbs traffic tests etc Conpc Pha r Ion t69S Coopc rumble tcafl Standard Sedan Town Sedan SSSOt X Coarertible Gcmpe Standard Eqojpmeat Includes 4 ihoclt got and oil lauif on xtefring i tarts chrombaa tUttud ilatlves In Ackley of the serious con tlon oC Henry Herman SC at his ome in Long Beach Cal The Her an family lived in Ackley many ears before their removal to Cali rnia RETURN HOME John Ernst re turned to her home here Sunday after spending two weeks in the hospital at Waterloo She was accompanied by Mrs G O Michell who had been visit ingia Waterloo with her daughter Mra Genevievo Shearer SERIOUSLY ILL Snater ig quite ill at his home in Ackley Tvith a nervous disorder Members of his family are greatly alarmed at his condition VISIT PARENTS and Mrs E T Osgocd and daughter Catherine Jean of Newton visited Mrs Osgoods parents and Mrs W M Koberls from Tuesday until Saturday last HOME FOR EASTER followingcollege students were home for the Easter va cation Oren linglett and Oliver Nel son ot Mbrnlngside Sioux City Sid ney Berhow and Daryl Lien of St Olafa college Northtieid Minn cago Saturday night and will visit at the Everett Eblingr home HOME FOR EASTER students who were home to spend Easter were Verne Turgeson ClarenceElder Al vha Stille Harvey Nelson Donald and Frank Gibbs Adella Schroeder Gladys Wilson Asa ajid Fred Arnold SPENDS HOLIDAYS Clement Houghton of Marslialltown returned home toflay after spendingthe holi days with Houghtons sister Mrs Vida Conlan ATTEND FUNERAL and Mrs W A Winter and son William returned1 home Saturday from Shullsburp where they had been called bv the death of Mrs Winters aunt Miss Charlotte Ivey whose funeral was Friday Miss Ivoy ivas known to quite a number of Ackley people as she made her home here with her niece for two winters She Is survived y one brother John Ivey Le Mars ono sister Miss Minnie Ivey Ackley who has been caring for hoi duringher illness c VISIT RELATIVES and Mrs F Rig rina and son visited relatives at La City Easter IS IN MINNEAPOLIS Inez Crapser of his city a teacher In the Nashua pub lie schools Is spendingher vacation with friends In Minneapolis RETURNS HOME Charley Kurtz re turned liomo Tuesday from Waverly whore shehas been the past three months latins care of her father who Is ill VISIT AUNT E Hamstreefand children of spent the Easter vacation at tho W E Ultoid home Mrs Ufford is an aunt of the children VISITS BROTHER The Rev Patrick Mnl loy has gone to Waterloo to visit his brother the Rev Tohn Malloy RETURNS TO DENVER ClaJre Bushby who STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY 21 Year Old Mother of Three Declared In ALGONA April Jensen of Wesley 21 a mother of three children the youngest being eight months old has been exam ined and committed by the insanity board to state hospital at CherolteB Her husband will be examined naturalization papers this coming term of court to live in Owen township In 1892J one of his sons still occupies tho farm He retired from the farm comlnjl to live in Carteraville some yeara J igo Mrs Gaiser died about 10 ICtvra ago Tho funeral was held Tuesday p m at thohome of his daughi or Mra Hltzhusen with burial ho Uockford cemetery f New Arrivals for PRIN The New Dimity and Batiste The new sheet1 materials for Spring are here We are now showing a splendid line of high grade Dimities and Batistes extra fine qualities and printed with beautiful designs and in a number of good colors We are showing 13 pieces for you to make your selec ft th with ease For materials as good as these the price is very reasonable 39c yd 9 pieces of Printed Dimity are in this group They are all good num bers and are splendid qualities for this low price We recommend your seeing them soon 22c yd was called here by the death oC mother Mrs E Paschlje retn her ned lowa State college every Friday Evening LAPINER MOTOR CO Phone 1183 HudsonEssex Sales and Service JWasqn Cily Iowa Block South of Pps toff ice man Nelson of Ames RETURNS TO IATIMER Chrlatensen has returned from Chicago where he has been spendingthe past few months at the home of his sons MOVE TO MAPLETON ami Mrs Wilmer Kocm of RJcevillo moved to Mapleton a su uirb or Sioux City Tuesday where Mr Evoon will be manager of a new cream ery being built there They were over nierht eucsts Monday ot their cousin Mrs Avis McNulty ATTEND FUNERAL XORA and Mrs I L Dowel Mrs T I Harr and the Hev andMrs H A Crumb intended the funeral ot David Popham at Rock Tord Tuesday Mrs Poplmm Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ij Dowd of this place IS HIRED Hendrick son lias been hired to assist with tho work at the Farmers elevator in place of Henry Schultz who is farming this year on the Schultz farm west town LEAVE FOR ILLINOIS NORA Dreher oC Stewart Fla and Roy Dreher and family left Saturday by nuto for West mont III following a visit with their mother Mro Rose Dreher and other relatives at Nora Springs SPEND EASTER NORA and lira P A Walters and daughter Harriet of Belmond spent Easter with Mra Wal ters mother Mrs S H Berryman VISITS FRIENDS Glann Klemme is visiting friends In Chicago this wee Sho left Sunday to malce her visit there IMPROVE PARSONAGE MESERVEY Extensive Improve ments are under way at the Evangeli cal parsonage A basement with fur nace is being put in and one of the rooms is being enlarged and a porch added RETURNS TO SCHOOL Mildred Jacobson returned to St Olaf college North riolci Minn Wednesday nftcr spend ing the spring vacation with her par ents in Belmond WILL OPEN SHOP P Wilson leased a vacant storo building in the business district or Clarion and is romorleliiiK it preiiiriilory to opening a coffee and sandwich shop to her home In Denver Col TuesdHyT It Is possible that Mr and Mrs Bush Tvfll dispose of their honie In Den ver and make their home with Mrs Buahbys father here RETURN HOME and Mrs F Mc Clintock who have spent tiie past hree months at the home of the liit ers mother at Sheffield returned to thenhome hero Sunday POSTPONE PROGRAMS Sunday cve iiinRchurch programs were postponed until Monday night duo to tho snow storm REPORT BIRTHS Kirl was born to Dr and Strs IT V Mangun Sunday morn ingand a boy was born to Mr and Mrs Fred Sprain Tuesday LEAVES FOR DICKEY Christie left Cm Dickey N Dak Monday where he will worlc this comingseason PASTOR ILL Rev R R Percy is very ill at his home here Owing to this fact Easter services were not held in tho U B church GOES OJV VISIT CLARKSVILLK Lnmont Orant has gone on a visit to his son Percy and family at St Louis Mo anrl Mrs Grant is visitingfriends at Sliellsburg duringhis absence nOARIJ HIRES school boon htiK hired Miss Lavcm Fasslcr and Mr and Mrs Earl Fisk teachers for the next year of school SPEND KASTEK Mrs L o Deal nnd son Tames left Kridny for Minneapolis where they spent Easter with rcla The New Each express brings in new frocks that are distinctive of this new Spring season These numbers all have a smart style that is individual in every way You can hardly go wrong if you come here to make your selection All of the new printed silks all of the desired plain materials all the col ors that are wanted this season are here in these clever garments Make your choice from two lots I FARE for Round Trip between MASON CITY and i ALL STATIONS Postville to Inwood inclusive Also between Mason City and Decorah Tickets on tale daily Return 5 days Children Half fare A TRAVEL BARGAIN MILWAUKEE ST PAUL t H WVRAZEE Ticket Agent Phone 82 WFCODY Division Paaaeneer Apent Slh St and S Pennsylvania Ave Phone 324 Mason City Iowa MILWAUKEE l 1TOTHBBBA IWJfVU The Watersnake Grain More New Basis The new shipment of bags just arrived as our stock was almost depleted They are almost every one brand new and the new styles and snappy colorings make them desirable to match up your new costume Shoe calf and Water snake grains are very popular together with many other grains that are being called for this Spring You can now se lect from a very large stock and only New Bed Sets Beautiful Exquisite Charming It is hard to find adequate ad jectives to describe these new Bed Sets They are composed of the large half circle pillow with a large flounce and a decora tive flower motif These pillows are made of a high grade Rayon taffeta and are matched up with a bed spread that will certainly beautify any room wherein they appear It is hard to describe them but rest assured if you want such an item and want it extraordinary you AT will want one of these sets and when you I them you will say that the price is very low i The colors are Hose Gold Green Orchid and they all have tho changeable cast You Do the Best i   

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