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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MAY 15 1929 FA50N CITY GLOREGAZErrE IOWA FARMING SHOWS IMPROVEMENT DURING PAST YEAR RECORDS OF IOWA FARMS FOR 1928 INDICATE PROFIT Increased Yields of Corn and Oats Are Partly Re sponsible AMES May 15 of 451 records kept by farmers in cooperation with 42 county Farm fcreaugaud the extension service Iowa State college showbetter term returns for 1928 than those kept in 1927 JC Gallaway and L G Allbaugh of the farm manage ment extension service said today The average management re turn during 1928 they said was S458 while the 1927 records showed an average loss of Manager ment returns were shown by 238 farms in 1926 Return for management they explained is figured by each farm er by deducting from gross income all operating expenses interest on invested capital at prevailing inter estrates and pay for himself and other members of his family who helped with the work During the year they said the return on the high farm was as compared with aloss of for the low farm The figures for 1927 were 5600 and 6400 re spectively Increased yield of corn and oaks the farm management experts said probably accounted for a portion of the improvement of farm incomes Jn 1928 they said corn averaged 49 bushels an acre as compared to 39 bushels n 1927 Oats yielded 4b bushels as against 35 In 1927 Hay yields also were slightly Higher Motorcyclist Will i Probably Recover NASHUA May Mad isen of Glenville Minn who was thrown from his motorcycle Sunday morning and seriously injured is re ported to be resting comfortably at Mercy hospital Waverly and unless jnfeqtion develops will probably re cover He la conscious and able to converse about the accident He re ceived a skull fracture at the base of his brain Lake Mills Man Gets Garner Jury Verdict LAKE MILLS May Martinson ofLake Mills was award ed the verdict in the attachment suit of Martinson vs Ritz In the district court at Garner It took the Jury just 10 minutes to come to a decision and Judge C H Kelley handed down a decree that sus tained Mr Martinson in every con tention The suit involved a sum of which was asked by Mar tinson of Ritz for the storage of airplane accessories in the garage building formerly owned by Martin Bon HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From lOO GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota BRYAN WILL BE I STC SPEAKER Degrees Will Be Conferred by President 0 R Latham CEDAR FALLSMay 15 Dr E B Bryan president of the state university of Ohio Atheasr will deliver the baccalaureate ad dress and also the commencement address of this years graduating class of Iowa State Teachers col lege The first address willbe given Sunday June 2 and the commence mentaddress onthe day following On commencement day degrees will be conferred by President O H Latham of the college Other events of commencement week are college concert May 31 annual class day program baseball game between the Tutors and Iowa state college alumni dinner and general reception June 1 open housJe to graduates alumni and vis annual prayer service of the alumni association and sacred band concert Sunday June 2 This will be the first commence ment of Dr Latham as president of the college Royal Neighbors to Meet at Estherville ESTHERVILLE May theryllle Royal Neighbors aremak ing preparations for entertaining the district convention here June 3 when between 550 and400 visitors are expected Mrs C F Calsoa and Mrs Rogers are mem bera of the general committee DECOR AH WOMAN S DEAD AT 90 Funeral Services Will Be Held Thursday for Mrs Hoffos DECORAH May Olo G Hoffos died at her home in lie corah at the age of 90 years after months ago The funeral wi be held Thursday at the Lutheran church with the Rev O Glesne in charge VISITS PARENTS LYLE and Mrs Charles McCabe and son from Jfason City were weekend visitors at the home ol Mrs McCabes parents Mr and Mrs I P Dohl RETURNS HOME ROCK Zerbel has returned from Des Molnea after a months attendance In n beauty culture school there The family is planning to leave here the last of the month PARENTS OF GIRL Mrs Erno Morris formerly of Burchiriai but now or Mason City are the parents of n girl Mrs Fred Vanderhoef ot Burclil nal Is caring for her daughter MAKES IMPROVEMENTS J Lorenz who re cently purchased the Sleeter hospital residence Is making extensive Improve merits on the building WILL VISIT FRIENDS LTL13 Maybelle stad leftforBlooming Prairie Minn where she will visit for some time with friends VISITS SISTER Tony Barlustl of Hope Minn came Monday for n few days stay with her sister Mrs D A Glldncr BlRCHlNAL GIRL ILL Ringeonbcrj is confined to her bed with pleurisy CONDITION SERIOUS Word has reached Aeklcy that the condition of Mrs Belle Roosc velt who has been very 111 in the Holly wood hospital in Los Angeles Calif for the past sir weeks or more has become very serious TO ATTEND CONFERENCE be no preach Ing services at the First church next Sunday owing to the ab sence of the pastor the Rev J M Krafft who will be in Des Moines at tending the annual conference of the church BRISTOW KSSAY WINNERS ANNOUNCED winners of the es say contest coriducted in the fifth and sixth grades and sponsored by the lo cal IV C T U were Edith Surfus first Lavorie Peyton second and Lor ralne third Their essays will be enteradin the county contest RETURNS AFTER VISIT Glen Thomp socialion son of Cedar Rapids has returned j WILL TEACH there after a visit with her husbands 1IA N L O N T O W parents Mr and Mrs Pierce signed her SIENDSVACATION RuUiBielicrt who Is taking a nurses training course in Chicago 1s spending afour weeks vacation visiting relatives and friends here VISITS PARENTS j Hartley relumed to his home in Wenntchee Wash after spending several weeks at the homii of his parents Mr and Mrs Ben Had ley I PARENTS OF GIRL I and Mrs Kenneth Hills are the parents of a girl nt Mo line III Mrs Hills was formerly Luora Weber of Ackley ANNOUNCE BIRTH ROCK arid Mrs Glen Culvert announce the birth of their first child n daughter RETURN HOME B L Burrows and an illness of several years Her hus HcroW bot1 of Chicago have band preceded her in death a few ViS GOES TO HOSPITAL CLARKSV1LLE Mrs Alfred Sehmadoko has gone to Mercy hospl tal Waverlv HOST OF CAMPFIRE GIRLS local campfire girls were hostesses to the district council held In lie gymnasium of the TO qtTAVKST Mr and Airs A HuUhi son will Icavoithls month fur Los An gelcs Cal where they win spend a month with their sun Theodore and other relatives HOLD MICETINK Indies Aid so ciely met Wednesday afternoon at its regular semimonthly MOTHER DIES Vincent ha received word of the death v hjs mother who lives at Champaign 111 Ho left to attend the funeral TAKEN TO ROCUIKSTK KIUSTliU has been taken to Rochester toi operation ATTEND ClJLKmtATWN OIPKIIH Liirsim Airs T C Thumpsoil mil Mis Roy 10 Juhl and laughters nltrnded the twen tyfifth wedding anniversary celobnv tfon of Mr and Mrs Chub Peterson at ClarionTuesday CLLR MEETS Upro 7gn club met at school building Campfiru girls of riockforfl MaHilCHoek Claiksvllle anil Cireene were represented ARK CUESTS NOIJA Ktheldu Sivnltvral iunl 1 fliil AlriAJuly aueslH at tin1 homo uf Mrs Nettie Swiirtwooil fiom Friday uiuil Tuesday ENTERTAIN FAMILY NOUA and 1 M Seamnn arc onlertalinhg nt their the home of Mrs Emll IvciEun yestcr day PLAN TRIP home Mrs Seamans daughter and litiNlKind Mr and Mrs it K Jones Uicsor haliy Mama Nebr Mrs Sea or an i daughter and husband Mr ahJ 1 K lioatman lcwis la Air Son mans brother and wilc Mi uid Mrs Atrs ctio VCK of torl Ijnlytj HONOR PRESIDENT Cemetery ns Kuuiation met with the president Mrs Gcoree Brown on her hirthdny annl veiKary The has been or ganized 21years and Mrs BIOHII been prfsidcnt 20 years rOMHTlON SICRIOLS CRYSTAL The 13 year old son ol Air and Mrs Krictlow living ALCONA Dr tnd Mrs r M OtsL OtsL to PREP ORCHESTRA CONTEST DRAWS 4 NEW ENTRANTS Eight States and 16 Schools Entered in Iowa City Tournament IOWA CITY May Minnesota Ohio and Indiana are the states represented by the most re cent entries in the national high school orchestracontest to be held at the University of Iowa Friday and Saturday The four new entrants brof the total number of registrants up io 16 from eight states States sending contestants are Iowa Illinois In diana Minnesota Michigan Kansas Tennessee and Ohio Class A continues to be themost popular division for nine of cntrants will compete in thehighest Kans is smallest city entered inthatclass to date for the southeastern Kansas community has a population of about 3500 The Neodcsha orchestra will compete against groups such cities as Lincoln Nebr Flint Mich Michigan City Ind anil Springfield in Other now entries over the week end were in class Cannon Kails Minn a town of 1300 andFlora Ind only slightly larger will send their orchestras as will Bluffton Ohio Orchestras will range in size from 21 players as in the case of non Falls to about 100 muslciane The averageis expected to be ap Pioxiinately 6D which moans that more than lCOO boys and girls al ready have been entered High School Seniors Graduates from Greene Garner and Fertile Listed Here With Account of Commencement Plans GARNER GARNER May Judge Sher wood A Clock ofHampton wilt ad dressthe senior class of Garner high school at its annual commencement proam Thursday May 23 Fifteen will reeelvediplomas The seniors are Norma Boehnke Marie puesenberg Bertha Gorath Vejner HtamlHon Naomi Hanson Burtoii itKenyon Edna Qolda Liseomb Evelyn Peterson Maurina PoHqck Archie Prouly Lu Wetterllng Leona Wilkfns Konald Yohn and Lucille Zlesmer J Lewis pastor of church of Garner will deliver the class aer njpn Sunday May 19 junidrsenlor banquet was at the Victoria hotel The A Fyll House will be given two nights Thursday and Friday May 16f and 17 The cast Is trader theldljrectlon of Miss Blanche Curran J of Ihe public schools The school board is cbrnposed of F W Zeiger presl flent F N Steiff M T Love C H SchlsseraI CHastlngs lace are pljiniiing a Portland Ore to attend ig Ihe American i tm iti an actiidciu lasl week nuru spi eadir Is still in a Speaks on Iowa Parks at Meeting in Cresco living CRESCO May 15 Iowa Stntc lllllt so severe PUks was the subject of a paper in in the heaviest can in the World this big Blue Ribbon Malt can is packed fall 3 pomade with the highest concentrated finest quality malt extract yon caii buy Thats why Blue Ribbon Malt Extract is Americas Biggest Seller for for fM Baeh t Premltf Co Act ChictJlL lue Ribbon MaltExtract ALWAYS THE SAMEYES f PATIENT i fLnrc Dc UIV niuris and Albert and Mr antl Mrs Huiod IJcmarls drove to Iowa ily tu who is in tiic University ImKnitalthere TO iO THRU CLINIC Patterson at the monthly meeting of the Howard County Historical society in the Cicsco public library chou mcnt of the lianlontown high igrin LHAVR FOR TEXAS nt NASTiUAMrs Rnena Stiilfc arrt 1 V 1 laughter who have lived here the V whcre llc last 3enr left Tucsflav I yjUho Mi ENTERTAINS All i T2ail Cole was to jntertaln the Lafllca Alrt for a ntcnl tea at her honrm thlw afternoon TO SPEND SUSIMT5R TDeljonpr Klcorc CaT L guestin the home of his s Ieon Kocher where he will spend the summer SIGNS CONTRACT s Ploytl Hcwlct signed a contract to teach at Blulrsburir next yrar WILL HAVE PICNIC annual school ptc will Ixs held here Friday Thero will he no commencement CNPLCISCS this year OIV BUSINESS TRIP nnd Mrs W R Potter and daughter Kmmn and Mrs 1C L Potter nic in St Paul ibis wcek on a trip PARENTS OK GIRL AKOMI ninl r R Morrison arc parents of n girl born TO HAVK OPERATION rhnrlrs Clnrk and bvn Howard fnoKthe train Titopdriy nftrrnnon for wlirve fhe lat inr MJ1I go to for nil oper ation for VISIT DMCIITERS TClbabeth Sfoushtor ind Mra MinniP Vnnoo will fr tn Thursday The former wit visit her rtnughtcr Margaret wTio tnk a course 1n fovrstry and to attrnrl the velshen Mrs Vance wIH visit her laughter Kveljn a nurse In the Amcs cltjIvsrtilnT TO CONSULT niYSIOIAN anil Mrs Tyder Ansen leftTuesday niornftig for Cinestata S Dak to consult a jihysi cian In regard lo thplr heiHli Ti Olson lias charge oC the filling station in Mr Ansens nbsMice LEAVES FOR HOMF i John Snydcr of North Dakotawhohasbeen vifilting fpr sometime with her sisterinlaw Mrs Lucy Snyder left for her home today IS IMPROVING Thompson been serioiisly ill in a hos pital at Mason City following a major operation is reported slowly Im proving HAS BROKEN RIBS George Stewart far mer west of here Is suffering with sor cral broken rihs which he received In a fall DISCLSS MOVIES 35 and 40 bujl riafx men met together to discuss the probabilities of Sunday movies in Al gona HAS OPERATION GRAFTONKrma Urbatch hns re turned from the Snvre hospital at Osage where she underwent an oper ation for anpftntilritis ATTENDS CONVENTION TV AI Prudhon president of the P K O this city is attending the stateconvention held it Newton this week She Is a delegate from this chip REPORTED IMPROVING Draper Is at n hospital in Iowa City for treatment for asthma Tie is rppnrtrrt Improving GO FISHING KIRSTKR Johnson r Thompson K CJ Bufkinand C Shooj staitert early Tuesday morning for Mille Lacs In northern Minnesota on a fishing expedition They expect to return the last of the ATTEND MEETING attending trie Mens Brotherhood meeting and ban at Lakota were the Rev ReUlrn C C IVrkhiim 1 O llnnson Iohn Tiateblor and F P Alvoy It wax decided n hold Ibrir next ami banquet June 2 at IJuffalo Ontcr Organize Club at City SWEA CITY May Har rison township 4H girls club was organized in the Swca City high school building under the direcUon of Mrs Lottie Wessel county home demonstration agent Warner will be thn Mrs J H leader seniors will receive diplomas from Greenehigh school Friday May 24 The commencement speaker will be QeprfgeFvBttrsalou Cedar Falls The J Groshelm will give the class sermon Sunday eve ning May 19 in the high school au ditorjum The juniorsenior banquet was held at the Hotel Kessler Saturday May 11 Thedinlng room was dec orated to represent an Ice palace diplomas to the graduates Other the board aro William F Miller George Watterson James H Graven and John Blake Seniors are Robert N Mead Byeratt F Squires Dehnar w Kingery Verle K Barth Ray K Pringle Stanley W Pond Maxwell S Burns Laura H Ramker June fc Kaste Norma Anna Mahnke Kathleea P Starkweather Helen L M Hall Earl Raymond Shtiltz Mabel G Denkins Arthur Hanson lone Laverne Woodlinsr Rose Pauline Blekert Mata bchnder and Margaret M Ray FERTILE FERTILE May Julius Bo aas St Olaf Northfleld Minn will be the speaker at the annual com mencemeent exercises of the Fertile high school at the Christian church May 17 The class sermon was de livered by the Rev C Van Metre of Garner Sunday May 12 A class of 11 which will receive diplomas consist of Nellie Hum phreyVesta Carr valedictorian Carolina Hall Olga Benson Ruth Prestholt Agnes Hjelmeland Clin ton McNelly Melvln Myhre Paul Engen Lawrence Ouverson and Robert Mickok Rex It Hlllis superintendent ot schools and Lester Patton princi pal of the high school Members of he board of education are Leo El thod president John Ouverson Jasper Humphrey Guy Walker James Kirlc and Carl Sheims secre tary The juniorsenior banquet held at the Yellow Lantern was Inn Mason City May 4 The senior class play Step On It Stan which played to full houses both nights The program was as follows Ice I Hill tu AMU uuuaea uuLa nignts May 8 and 9 was directed by Mr breaker Jerould Chukker stars lone VVeedling bells Villas Brew chills Ray Pringle northern lights Principal J C Iverson Ice floe Supt L H Iverson Adam and the senior class play will begiven May 16 Rehear sals are directed by Miss Florence TTeureHielm The senior will have a class picnic the date of which has not beenidecided Clyde Fruddeu president of the education will present Ihe Business Men Go Fshlng MANLY May morning a number of local business men left for Mille Lac Minnesota on a three day fishing trip There were to be several 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