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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 5, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MARCH 5 1935 FIVE LEADERS PLANNING LONG TIME PROGRAM FOR AGRICULTURE SIGNUPS REACH 123000 MARK Officials Expect as Much Land Under Contract as Last Year DBS MOINES March 5 I While agricultural leaders at Ame3 planned the framework of a long time agricultural planning program the cornhog signup in Iowa mounted above 123000 official re ports of county agents showed The signup of applications totall ed 122925 on the basis of Satur days returns announced last night and officials anticipated the figure would reach from 135000 to 140000 by the end of this week The returns compiled by the ex tension service from county agents reports came from all the county cornhog associations but Winne shiek Although officials said they did hot expect this years total signup to reach the 176000 of last year they expect there will be about as much land placed under contract hecause many farmers are applying for the full 30 per cent reduction The program is expected by offi cials to speed up this month in view of the April 1 deadline set by Administrator Wickard After the deadline on applications actual signing of contracts will begin The incompleteofficial signup by North Iowa counties follows Allamakee 850 Bremer 588 Butler 1641 Ccrro Gordo 1410 Chickasaw 1073 Clay 1200 Clay ton 1253 Dickinson 850 Emmet 800 Fayette 1535 Floyd 960 Frank lin 1525 Guthrie 140 Hamilton 1420 Hancock 1450 Hardin 1500 Howard 725 Humboldt 1010 Kossuth 2354 Mitchell 1120 Palo Alto 1320 Pocahontas 1800 Winnebago 800 Worth 1000 Wright 1500 Anderson Who Worked in Many Mines Buried After Rites in Dows DOWS March The funeral of Aaron Anderson was held here Sun day afternoon in the Halvorson fu neral home the Rev R A Brough preaching the funeral sermon Bur ial was in Mount Hope cemetery Mr Anderson was born in Swed en Oct 10 1871 and came to this country at the age of 18 He was a vjaSiieVrina fmlned In Leeds South Dakota and in South America also in the gold district of Cripple Creek Colo His last work was in Bisbee Ariz when he quit on account of failing health and settled in California He became ill Dec 1 On Feb 12 his sister Mrs F O Johnson and her son Claude Dows left to be at his bedside MrAnderson died a few days after their arrival in the hos pital at Palm Dale Cal Mr Anderson often visited here with his sister Mrs F O Johnson House Near Crystal Lake Ruined by Fire HANSELL March Mr and Mrs Henry Wolf who resided west of Hansell lost their home from fire The house was ruined and they were unable to save much of the household goods The cause of the fire was a defective chimney The loss is covered by insurance Nora Springs Play to Be Given Friday Saturday NORA SPRINGS March Crashing Through a three act drama of yesterday today and to morrow will be presented in the high school auditorium Friday and Saturday evenings under the aus pices of the Christian church and Elizabeth J Milley who is direct ing1 this dramaThe cast of char acters includes 60 persons of local talent HERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visitors From Minneapolis BURT Mr and Mrs L H Schenck and two sons and Mrs J G McDonald spent the weekend with relatives in Minneapolis Guests From Minneapolis Peter Nielsen Mr and Mrs Elmer Johnson and Mr and Mrs Andrew Kavcek of Minneapolis were weekend guests at the home of Mrs Nielsens sis ter Mrs Christeua Madsen and the Dean Beckuer family Return From Wedding Trip and Mrs J S Rule Jr returned Monday from their wedding trip and are living in the Inglis apartments Returns to Des Moinos J P Hansen returned Sunday to Des Moines following a 10 day recess Born to Orafton Couple and Mrs Alvin Bartz are parents of a son bom to them Friday at the Savre hospital in Osage Mr and Mrs William Huebner are the parents of an 8 pound daughter born to them Sun day at the Mercy hospital Visit In St Paul GRAFTON Harry Christians Mr and Mrs Richard Bartz Wal ter Wagner and Oscar Wagner spent Sunday in St Paul where they went to see Mrs Otto Chris tians who is in the hospital there Guest Prom Webster City THOMPSON Miss Margarite Vickerman of Webster City spent the weekend with her mother Mrs Ella Vickerman Miss Vickerman is at the head of a nursery school there Loyalty Crusade Opens Loyalty Cru sade program was started at the M E church Sunday morning at the regular worship services at 11 oclock Roll call was observed at which time the cards which had been distributed during the week were collected At the evening ser vices Womens Night Mrs F B Alvay Mrs Dave Lindblad and Mrs Heddle spoke Honored on Birthday J M State was surprised Monday when 24 relatives gathered to help her celebrate her birthday Visitors From Blue Earth MARBLE and Mrs Lev Johnson of Blue Earth Minn are visiting in thehome of their and daughter Mr and Mrs John Bwald and family north of town G L Ackley who has made his home with them since the death of Mrs Ackley returned here with them Several Are Entertained and Mrs S A Smith Mr and Mrs Bert Lieuwen and Mrs Glen Haurlin of Mason City visited the M A Smith fam ily Sunday Visitor From Le Mars Neva Muller of Le Mars is visiting relatives here this week At State Conference T W Purcell regent of Candlestick chapter D C Wolf and Mrs C F Showalter are attending the state D A R con ference at Des Moines Entertain 30 Friends evening Mr and Mrs Albert Norman entertain ed 30 friends at a card party Mrs Earl Marty and Albert Fredricks won the prizes for high score and Hazel Woodley took the consolation prize Visitors From Chicago and Mrs Robert Spencer are here from Chicago for a few days visit Former Coach Visitor and Mrs L H Nielsen and son Bruce of Ros sie spent the weekend here visit ing in the Alice Shuttleworth home Mr Nielsen was athletic coach in the local high school seven years ago and now is superintendent of the Rossie high school Farmers Attention If you are in the market to buy a New Tractor this year come in and look over the FARMALL TRACTOR AT OUR STORE Since February 1 1934 we hove sold 215 new FARMALL tractort and every owner is a booster for the FARMALL There are two things in particular that the International Harvester Company and ourselves absolutely guarantee to every purchaser of a FARMALL tractor First that the FARMALL will operate perfectly on No 1 Furnace Dis tillate just as successfully as any other tractor made and Second that we will cultivate any corn as good or better than you can cultivate it with your plow and horses Mason City Implement Co GEORGE P NEWMAN Proprietor 20 Sixth Street S E Mason City Home From Colorado LONEROCK Dick ODonnell who has spent the past two months with his sister and husband Mr and Mrs Arthur Sprank in Colora do Springs He returned to his home here Birthday Is Celebrated BURT More than 30 relatives and friends gathered at the John Kuchenreuther home Sunday to help Mr Kuchenreuther celebrate his birthday Arrive From Nebraska LITTLE and Mrs Charles Land daughter Vera Mr and Mrs Otis Du Bord and daugh ter Betty Jean arrived from Juatt ita Nebr Sunday Charles Land Jr brought their household goods in his truck They will visit at the Fred Barenz home a few days until the farm which they are moving on to is vacated by the Oscar Fleen or family Plan Prayer Observance W F M S of the Methodist church will observe the Worlds day of prayer Friday The meeting to which all women of the community are invited will be held at the parsonage at with a lesson on Japan Will Meet Wednesday W F M S will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Elsie Osterhage with Mrs Cora Wadsworth as assistant hostess Go to Des Moines and Mrs E W Shaw and Mr and Mrs E T Han nah motored to Des Moines Satur day on business Will Live in Ohio LONEROCK Mrs Frank Mc Cowan accompanied by her father left Sunday for Ohio where she will make her home with her par ents Home From Cedar Rapids ALEXANDER Donald Scott who is attending a barber school at Cedar Rapids came home Sunday for a couple of days visit at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Charlie Scott Away on Visits Sciesz inski is the relief agent at the N W railway in the absence of the regular agent C H Deitrich who with Mrs Deitrich are visiting in Crestori Waterloo and Minneapolis until April 1 J Visit In Mliineipolte RAKE and Mrs Harold Johnson Ernie Halverson and Agnes Erdal were weekend visitors with relatives in Minneapolis Becomes 111 While Moving THORNTON Charles Hanson living 3 miles south of Thornton be came ill as he was preparing to move to a farm near Rockwell He was taken to the home of his par ents Mr and Mrs August Hansen and the family moved to their new home Mr Hansen is improving Keturns to Missouri BRADFORD Mrs Odie Toho returned to her home in Sedalia Mo Saturday after spending sev eral months here She ia a sister of R G Bullard Drivers to Be Entertained SWALEDALE The bus drivers and wives and parents of the home economics class members will be banqueted Wednesday at a 6 oclock dinner in the schoolhouse Visit at Kattvllle SWALEDALE Mr and Mrs Roscoe Carr and Mr and Mrs R Rawson of Sheffield spent the week end with relatives at Flattviile Wis Entertain at Dinner Bridge Fay Bartlett en tertained a group at dinner at the Cleveland hotel Monday evening fol lowed by an evening at bridge at her residence the E J Buehler home There were four tables at bridge In Ellsworth Hospital Ruth Brinkman was taken to the Ellsworth hispital at Iowa Falls suffering with appen dicitis It is hoped she will respond to treatment so an operation will not be necessary Returns as Primary Teacher LYLE Minn Miss Gensvieve Dahl was called back here from South Dakota to take the place of Miss Carol Buck as primary teacher Miss Buck is ill with mumps at her home in Le Roy Home From Minneapolis and Mrs Marion Paulson returned home Sunday night from Minneapolis where they attended the twentyfifth anniver sary of the founding of the Bible institute and academy Both have been instructors in the school with Mrs Paulson being one of the very first teachers Are Parents of Son and Mrs Bert Putzstuck are parents of a baby boy born to them Saturday morn ing The Lloyd Bohannans of Al gona are the parents of a boy born Sunday afternoon Go to Ames Marjory Quire and Cecil Merchant spent the week end at the M B Quire home They accompanied O E Johnson to Ames Sunday afternoon Mr John son returned to Des Moines as rep resentative Miss Quire has just been admitted to Phi Kappa Phi honorary scholastic fraternity at Ames Visitor From Des Moines Ethel Sorenson student nurse at the Lutheran hos pital in Des Moines spent the weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs Emil Soreuson south of town Return From Ogdcn and Mrs Ray Dixson returned Sunday from Og den where they attended the funer al of Mr Dixsons sister Leave for Maynard Whitney of Maynajrd visited at Mrs Marie Chyles home Friday and Miss Ella Shores left with him for a few days visit with her sister Visit at Indianola and Mrs L S Gilvery visited in Indianola at the home of Mr and Mrs Benja min Leach Indianola and at Polk City visiting Mr and Mrs William Mier former residents hereThey also attended a Legion convention at Ames and the marriage of her sister Miss Alice Severson to M Burr Boston Visitor From Fort Dodge C H Pals D V S of Fort Dodge was a visitor to his parents H K Pals Sunday Visitor From Marshalltown ROCK Shugart of Marshalltown spent the week end visiting his mother Mary Shu gart who is staying with her sis ter Supt Lucille Usher Visit at Guttenbcrg Brager and the W A Fischer family visited Mrs Gerald Brager and parents at Guttenberg Sunday Heads Red Probe Named to head a committee ot five of Wisconsin state senate to investigate alleged communist activities at the University of Wisconsin and the nine state teachers colleges was Senator E B Brunette above of Green Bay Asso ciated Press Hag Docketed 10134 Cases HUMBOLDT March 5 its creation in 1887 the district court in Humboldt county has dock eted 10134 cases of which 938 were criminal cases PAPERS IN NORTH IOWA HONORED Trophies Awarded by Iowa State College Ames in Competition AMES March silver trophies have been awarded to win ning newspapers that participated in contests duringthe two day press conference held at Iowa State college it was announced today First prize for the best promo tional advertisement went to the Waverly Republican Honorable mention in the same contest was given to the Lake Mills Graphic and the Cherokee Times The Pella Chronicle won the tro phy for the best circulation promo tion work Honorable mention in this contest was given to the Cher okee Times the Algona Upper Des Moines and the Clayton County Register The Cherokee Times won the tro phy for the best business getting idea Honorable mention in this contest went to the Albia Union Republican and the Newell Mirror The trophies were awarded by the Iowa State chapter Sigma Delta Chi Mrs John T Riley 80 Succumbs at West Union WEST UNION March 5 Mrs John T Riley 80 died Monday after a long period of ill health Surviving are her husband formerly clerk of the court of Fayette county and three children Fred Riley of San born Mrs George K Kolthoff of Britt and Mrs M V Henderson of Spirit Lake and one sister Miss Minnie Fox West Union EACH TOWNSHIP HAS DOGCATCHER Hancock to Bar Relief From Any Persons Seen in Amusement Places GARNER March Han cock county board of supervisors appointed a dogcatcber for each oC the 16 townships and all of the towns in the county Their duty will be to take all of the dogn found without a county licenSB running at large An effort will be made to find the owner and if not claimed will be disposed of according to law The large amount of sheep shipped from the drought area which were killed by dogs allowed to roam more than doubled the amount paid from the domestic ani mal fund over the previous year The Hancock county board su pervisors Monday passed a resolu tion that any person 6r members of families on relief found fre quenting places of amusement theaters athletic contests pool halls or who patronize games of chance will immediately be barred from the relief roll VAN BROCKLINS TRIAL IS OPENED Several Testify at Decorah Where Theft From Civil War Vet Charged DECORAH March trial of Walter Van Brocklin charged with grand larceny opened yester day Testimony was concluded with Sheriff M A Graf on the stand and the sheriff was also called as the first witness this morning Deputy Sheriff Fred OBoy was to testify today to finding hidden bills Hia testimony was corroborated yesterday by Robert Elliott who held the flashlight for the deputy when lie found the bills Other witnesses were Walter Bakken at whose home A T Eranhagen rested on the day the money was taken from him and Vernon Rude The case is the outgrowth of the loss of a considerable sum of money by AT Branhagen Civil war eran last fall Mr Branhagen lost his way and wandered to the south part of town where he stopped to rest at the Baken home When the money was found to be missing Wal ter Van Brocklin was charged with the theft fi Tax Descriptions Sold GARNER March Treasurer Roy L McMillin said that six descriptions were sold at the delinquent tax sale Monday The sale has been adjourned until May 6 T COMFORT ZQNB 4CONOA1 f Cemfetf W5rtt the iatrmfodoe f Vhs Gives the easestnoothness and comfort ojF a Ford neV front sejt ve0 seat passes s gersf onimportant engtueersngadvance I tfvern5f operate take less T1OKD has always aimed to make the automo T bilebuying dollar go as far as possible This was illustrated when Ford brought the V8 engine to the lowpriced in creasing operating cost This year the 1935 Ford V8 gives you tradi tional Ford low prices traditional Ford oper ating in addition riding comfort body roominess new beauty and new safety fea tures that will satisfy the requirements of almost everyone Consider some of the major improvements in the Ford V8 for 1935 Take Comfort From this standpoint alone what a completely rounded car this is Cpmfort Zone Riding explained at right that gives front seat comfort even to rear seat passengers Deep cushioned high backed wider seats Big airballoon tires Easier steering and a clutch that responds to the touch of your foot Consider safety Theres safety glass all all no additional cost A new welded allsteel body thats insulated with sounddeadening material New more powerful brakes with an unusually high ratio of braking surface to car weight And a lower center of gravity that gives increased safety and stability on curves Why be satisfied to receive less than this for your money Examine this new 1935 Ford V8 Ride in it Youll realize that it is not only a new Ford V8 a new automobile value LFULLFLOATING SPRINGBASEJ Note how the springs of the new Ford VS are placed out beyond the front and rear axles and seme only to cushion the load They provide a long springbasefor 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