Mason City Globe Gazette, February 22, 1937

Mason City Globe Gazette

February 22, 1937

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 22, 1937, Mason City, Iowa V1 1 r MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FEBRUARY 22 1937 THREE FARM MEETINGS TO BE IN EMMETSBURG CHARLES CITY PLAN GROUPS WILL ASSEMBLE Suggestions of Farmers Wil Be Obtained to Make Reports first of a series of in district conferences for Iowas 100 county agricultural plan ning committees was scheduled in Webster City Monday Representatives of the agricul tural planning committees and county agents are meeting with representatives of the extension service of Iowa State college this week They will discuss their pre liminary reports on crop acre ages and crop rotations that they are recommending for their coun ty and the effect of these cropping if generally adopted on livestock production Following the district conferences the com milteemen and agents will discuss the reports with farmers in local meetings After the suggestions local farmers have been obtained the county committees will make their final reports County com mittees also will make recom mendations on one of the three alternative questions These ques tions are What is the relation of soil conservation to production control what conditions of farm tenure should be encouraged in the interest of conservation and better farm living and what con servation practices can the in dividual farmer adopt Other district conferences scheduled are Tuesday Emmets burg and Charles City Wednes day Le Mars and Elkader Thurs day Oakland and Muscatine Fri day Winlerset and Centerville and Saturday Toledo County agricultural planning committees are cooperating with Iowa State collegeand the United States department of agriculture in outlining a longtime agricul tural program based on good land use which will conserve soil re sources help adjust production to profitable demand and raise rural standards of living Final reports of the county committees are due at Iowa State college April 1 where a state committee headed by Murl McDonald assistant ex tension director will summarize them The state summary and copies of thb individual county reports will be forwarded to the United States department of agri culture Dumont Auxiliary to Play Wednesday American Le gion auxiliary will present a home talent play Here Comes Charlie a three act farcecomedy Wed nesday evening at the Star theatei with an afternoon matinee at 3 oclock The cast is as follows Mrs Carl Boeckemeier Mrs Les lie Pfaltzgraff Clifford Day Les lie Pfaltzgraff Raymond Pfaltz graff Helen Roll Si G Barlow Mrs George Card Mrs Vern Ahrens and Earl Heller The play is under the direction of Mrs J R Brtlcher with Mrs Harold Hartson in charge of specialties between acts 2 From Klemme Are Hurt in Auto Crash Paul senior and Milton Paul a junior in the Klemme school children of Mr and Mrs Herman Payl were brought to Garner for treatment following an automobile accident on Highway No 69 between Garner and Klemme Saturday night Miss Paul suffered a broken arm broken knee and a cut on the head Milton was badly shak en up After remaining in the W T Barz home until Sunday they were taken to their home at Klemme A group of young wo men from Cedar Rapids who were in the crash boarded the early west bound morning passenger Men Serve Refreshments night WBS held at he regular P T A meeting Friday night The men served the refreshments as well as prepared them The program committee consisted of Elmer DC Witte and Claude Kisner Creamery Company Reorganized SWEA action to reorganize by the shareholders of the Cooperative Creamery com pany under theproducer and own ership plan was perfected Satur day with 61 of he 100 shares rep resented Three Parties Held farewell parties were held in the vicinity of Swalcdale Friday evening one at the home of Mr and Mrs Wes ley Hunt who will move to a fnrm south of Mason City one for Mr and Mrs Charles Peters who have rented a farm north of Meservcy and one for Mr and Mrs Harry Collins who will work on a farm west of Chapin Honored on Anniversary SWEA CITY Mr and Mrs Henry Schauberger had a silver wedding anniversary observance when dinner was served to 50 in vited guests at the home The evening was spent in dancing nt the American Legion hall at Swea City where nearly 200 friends of he couple joined Mrs Frr 1 Hostess MANLY Talis William Ford etilerlainccl Ihe Happy Hour circle at her home Friday afternoon HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Entertain at Tarty J O Folie and Mrs Percy Loomer entertained Mrs Gus Christiansen circle at the Folie home Wednesday even ing at a Valentine party Guessing Contests Held ROCKWELL The Rockwell Womans club held its annual par ty at the Baptist church basement Friday evening attended by the club members each accompanied by an invited guest The refresh ments were furnished through the medium of a pot luck lunch on tables with Washington day dec orations Guessing contests were held in which the baby pictures of some of the old time residents of the village figured most con spicuously Friends Are Entertained Melvin Gun hus entertained a number of friends at her home Thursday af ternoon in honor of her daughter Louise Ann who was two years old that day A number of rela tives also celebrated Louise Anns birthday anniversary at the Gun hus home that evening Visitor From Ames S O Brown of Ames is a guest at the Otto Litch enstein home Visitor From Cedar Rapids LIME Florence Thomas and mother drove to Waterloo Saturday to meet her sister Dorothy of Cedar Rapids who will spend tile weekend at home They were accompanied by Bernard Hughes Cedar Falls Honored at Shower POPEJOY A miscellaneous shower was held in the Metho dist church basement honoring Mrs Frank Waggoner a recent bride Friday After a pleasant af ternoon the honoree was present ed lovely gifts The bride was formerly Miss Irene Myers Visits in BIcCallsbunr Bertha Ingebrilson is visiting relatives in McCalls burg Goes to DCS Monies SWEA Fred Peter son and Mrs William Barker left Sunday for DCS Monies to attend the presidents and secretaries conference of the American Le gion Auxiliary Move to DCS Momes and Mrs Ber iyl Kirkman and children Mr Jirkman and Mrs Fred Brandt moved to Des Moines where they will make their home The Thomas Walch family rented the home va cated by the Kjrkmans Will Entertain Tuesday BRITT Mrs C O Brewster will entertain the Plnlathea class of the M E church at her home Tuesday evening Will Move to Farm ALGONA Emmett Jackman who lias been employed in the lo cal Basket grocery store has re signed and he and Mrs Jackman will move on a farm owned by Mr Jackmans father near Grael tinger about March 1 The Jack mans came here from Forest City about a year ago His successor has not yet been named Home From Baxter LEDYARD Mrs A A Dep ping returned home after spending a week with relatives at Baxter where she attended the wedding of her nephew Elmer Winter meier Baby Weighs 12 Pounds and Mrs Leon ard Banks of south of Manly are parents of a 12 pound boy born Friday evening Visitor From Chicago and Mrs W L Erickson went to Clear Lake Friday evening to meet Mr Er icksons sister Mrs F L Cash man of Chicago who will visit her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Erickson and other relatives and friends Able to Leave Hospital Peterson daughter of Mr and Mrs Olaf Peerson of Owen township was discharged from the Rockwell hospital Saturday following a minor operation Honored on Anniversary CLARKSVILLE Schmadeke planned a surprise party in honor of her parents Mr and Mrs Alfred Schmadeke Fri day night on their seventeenth wedding anniversary and his fif tieth natal day A company of 18 awaited them when they were called home from the Jenny party Are Parents of Son and Mrs D O Friets are parents of a boy born o them They have two other children both girls Returns to Minneapolis Anna Loger mami returned to Minneapolis aft er spending several days at home with her brothers and sisters Entertains Bridge Club CLARION Mrs L M Hart sock entertained members of her bridge club Saturday afternoon at a 1 oclock luncheon Following the luncheon three tables of con tract bridge were played Mrs M F Birdsall receiving high score Mrs J W Herring will be the next hostess to the club Association to Meet Cemetery asso ciation will meet Wednesday aft ernoon at the Legion hall with the following hostesses Mrs Lloyd Pfaltzgraff Mrs L I Coonley Mrs Roy Knipfel Mrs Gus Stock Mrs J F Pfaltzgraff and Mrs1 Arnold Hartgraves Visitor From Reinbcck BRITT Mrs W E Hicks of Reinbeck is making an extended visit in the home of her daughter Mrs C B Wilson Honored Algxnia Girl Nellie Van Al lan Mrs Harold Van Allen Mrs Ray Cook of Algona and Mrs James Allen of Fort Dodge were hostesses Sunday afternoon at the Academy hall at a miscellaneous shower given in honor of Evelyn Van Allen who will be married March 17 to Lloyd Keith at Glen dale Cal Nearly 200 guests were present and the honoree received many useful gifts Evelyn is the oldest daughter of Mrs Nellie Van Allen and will leave here March 1 Lloyd is the son of Harry Keith and has been in California about two months They expect to make their home there as Mr Keith is employed by a contractor there Midwinter Party Held CLARKSVILLE The annual midwinter social party of the AVomans club was held at the home of Mrs Fred Hilton Friday afternoon with a company of 18 present Pot luck lunch was fol lowed by a program of music readings and questions BOOZER DEAN ATCOEDIES Had Served as Synodical Executive for Iowa Presbyterians CEDAR RAPIDS Rev L Myron Boozer 61 of Cedar Rapids dean of men and instruc tor in Bible at Coe college died in a local hospital Saturday Dr Boozer had suffered a heart at tack Thursday He had been a member of the Coe faculty since the opening of the school year last September Dr Boozer was active in the Presbyterian church in Iowa serv ing as synodical executive until his appointment at Coe Dr W O Harless of Ames succeeded Dr Boozer as synodical executive At Ames the Rev Mr Boozer was student pastor at Ames collegiate church Before going to Ames he was affiliated with Tarkio college Tarkio Mo Surviving are Dr Boozers widow now in Washington state a daughter Miss LaVeile Boozer of Ames and two daughters liv ing in Denver and Los Angeles Student to Publish Grmnells Yearbook GRINNELL A Grinnell college faculty committee granted permission to Robert McLeod of Ottumwa senior in journalism to publish a college yearbook as a private venture McLeod said the yearbook culled the Zephyr would be published about May 15 Know Your State A Foct a Day About loway lowans can save money by burning Iowa coal rather than out ofslate coal in domestic stokers in most of the slate Roy J Hclfin stine research engineer of the Iowa engineering experiment sta tion at Iowa State college has found after a year of research LYFORD 88 MANLY DIES Pioneer Resident Leaves Wife 5 Children and 13 Grandchildren K Lyford 88 Manly died Saturday night A pioneer resident of this vicinity he had celebrated his sixtieth wedding anniversary in Novem ber Surviving are his wife former ly CUira Finchfield and children Howard of Columbus Ohio Fred of New Hampton Ray of Chicago Lloyd of Manly Reid of Marion 13 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren The Rev F n Blakcly was to officiate at funeral services nt the Bethel Evangelical church at oclock Monday afternoon GETS SENTENCE OF FIVE YEARS Charles City Farm Youlh Pleads Guilty to Chicken Theft CHARLES T A Beardmore late Saturday sen tenced Harvey Coulter 23 year old farm youth living southwest of Charles City to serve five years in the mens reformatory at An amosa on a plea of guilty o Coun ty Attorney Jens Grothes infor mation charging him as a chicken thief Coulter admitted stealing some fowls from the Mrs Louise farm near his own home last Nov 1 Mrs Dinsmore Rites to Be Held Tuesday NORA ser vices for Mrs Charles Dinsmore will be held Tuesday afternoon at oclock at the M E church with the Rev C D James pastor and the Rev John DcLong of Green officiating Burial will be in Park cemetery The services were postponed awaiting the ar rival of a brother from Pittsburgh Mrs Dinsmore died Saturday Beautiful Hair Color LHi IURESTS Lustre Eveness The Better PHONE 793 SALON ALL STYLES ALL SIZES ALL PRICES DR L A WELLS OPTOMETRIST glTCHENjIENSEH GLASSES JIOj MfEOERAlMASON An Unusual Saving Dunns NATIONAL WONDERSHEEN WEEK February 22 to 27 IVORY WONDERSHEtiN CROCHET COTTON Full 700 Yard Hanks Specially Priced This Week Only Dont miss this opportunity to stock up on Ivory Wonder sheen the superb quality lus trous crochet cotton for the bedspread dinner cloth luncheon set scarf etc that you are planning to make We have all the most popular patterns to choose from The chance to buy at this extreme ly low price will not come soon again for cotton has already f gone way up and is still mounting suncured in the tobacco fields of Turkey and Greece these are the spicy leaves that help make Chesterfields an outstanding cigarette It takes good things to make good tilings and there is no mistaking the fine quality of these costly Turkish tohaccos in Chesterfield cigarettes Copyrijln 1937 LICCETT MMIM Tomexo Co FRAGRANCE MILDNESS TASTE TJicse are the good things you ivanl in a cigarette Yon find ihem in Chesterfields I ;

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