Mason City Globe Gazette, July 10, 1928

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 10, 1928

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Issue date: Tuesday, July 10, 1928

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 10, 1928, Mason City, Iowa TWO Some Radio Stations Doomed to Go Have Plan of Consolidation WASHINGTON July The federal radio commission con tinued taking testimony today from station operators resisting the order to Rive up their licenses on Aug 1 The docket at cases waa completed up to July 20 A number of stations were ready with consolidation plans The commissions ruling that all statements and petitions introduced must be sworn to resulted in requests lor postponement from somo stations which had not prepared their written irguments in affidavit form Nearly 100 stations of the 162 or dered terminated because they were not to be serving public inter eat convenience or re mained to be heard JMASON CITYGLQBEGAZETTE TUESDAY JULY 10 1928 Ohloans at Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS July Clara Buroker and two children of Coldwater Ohio spent two days Inst week at tlie home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Boeck Return From California NORA SPRINGS July and Mrs Earl Chenoweth and son Jamas returned last week from a six weeks trip bf auto to California Former lowans in Picnic BLUE EARTH July The annual picnic of former residents of Hamilton and Story counties In Iowa was held fit the fair grounds Sunda ANDERSON TELLS STORYJF CHINA 100 Slides Depict Conditions Among Chinese Shown at Trinity Church Palmer Anderson for five and a half years a Lutheran missionary In China gave an effective presentation of mission work and the life and hab its of the Chinese at the Trinity Lutheran church Monday evening The speal the work of the Lutheran church In central China The lecture and 100 pictorial slides save vivid representations of condi tions They depicted places ot Inter eat and beautyfrom Chinas historic past scenes from city and country life farmlns and other industries means of travel funerals and wed dings heathen temples and Idol wor ship old and new China leaders and events of the present reveloutlon and other subjects Mr Anderson taught Bible music English and athletics at the Chris tian high school for boys at Sinyans in Central China He received his training and education at Camrosex Lutheran collegeat Cnmrose Alberta and also attended the Univer sity of Albert where he received his B A degree He tanglit Cor a time at Camrose college before leaving for China He was forced to return to America last spring because ot up risings Ha plans to attend the Luth eran seminary In St Paul next year when he will be a senior The missionary will speak at the JoiceLutheran church Tuesday eve ning at g oclock at the Zlon Luther an church in Clear Lake Wednesday July 11 at S oclock at tha Fenton Lutheran church at Fenton at 8 oclock Thursday July 13 and at the Lutheran church in Kanawha Fri day July 13 at 8 oclock Nora Springs Family Bach NORA SPRINGS July and Mrs J C Branson who have been on an auto trip to northern Minne sota arrived at their home here Sun dn Wonderful flavor r Johnny Farrell National Open Golf Champion 1928 A true description of Lucky Strikes The finest tobaccos thoroughly matured by nature then toasted to create the most pleasant and satisfying smoke ever produced Due to the removal of impurities and ir ritants by toasting doctors state that Luckies are less irritating than any other cigarette toasted 1928 The American Tobacco Manufacturers OFFICER RATES COMPANY H HIGH Captain Miller of Sioux City Conducts Second Inspection Capt Fred W Miller D O of Sioux City conducted a reInspec tion of Company H 133d Infantry at the armory Monday evening This was done pursuant to orders from the war department and was necessary be cause of some deficiencies noted at the regular annual federal inspection held last March These deficiencies were due in a large measure to the fact that the organization had been without junior officers for some time The Inspecting officer Monday eve ning found the state of training and condition ot equipment of the com pany to be highly satisfactory He commended Captain J B MacGregor and the other officers and noncom missioned officers of the company on tha marked progress the organization has made in the past four months Other outoftown officers present at Inspection were Moj Howard J Rouse of Waterloo regimental ma chine gun and howitzer officer and Capt C H Van Meter of regimental chaplain SPEEDING NUPTIALS Izaak Waltonites Back International Playground to Be Located in Big Park WATERLOO July international playground ot nearlj square miles Is being backed by the Izaak Walton league according to A C WHIford of Waterloo president of the state organization The site would include the present Superior National Forest in northern Minnesota and the Quetico Provisional forest in southern Ontario Wlllford said The proposed site constitutes the drainage basin ot the Rainy river which flows into the Hudson bay and Is truly north country with innum merable lakes great pine forests and a wealth ot wild life According to Willford It would be possible for a canoeist to travel in the region for ten summers without dup licating his route Superior forest on tha American side ot the boundary is one of the best known forests In this country and is visited annually by thousands of canoeists The park Is within IS hours by rail of Chicago Salvation Army Will Provide Free Dental Attention for Poor DBS MOINES July naw phase of social service providing for free dentalr clinics poor will be developed thruout the middle west by the Salvation Army Maj Rob ert Penfold commander ot the Iowa division announced today The clinics are to be opened thru the cooperation of local dentists and physicians who will donate their serv icea Treatment will be given for every kind ot ailment Major Penfold said Major Penford said the Salvation Army would carefully investigate the financial status of every applicant for assistance in order to prevent indis criminate philanthropy Plymouth I 0 0 F and Rebekah Lodges Install Officers for New Year PLYMOUTH July a joint installation of officers of the I O O F and Rebekah lodge at their hall here Mr Morse of Clear Lake installed officers as follows Paul chehock N Clarence Hugi P N Ed Chehock P A C McLeod recording secretary A M Holroyd financial secretary J p Harmon treasurer the Rev Galbreth chaplain J Gotlleb has held the oftlcd of warden for 20 years Mr Gotlfeb is 81 years old Rebekah officers for tha year are Olive Wilkinson N Vera Harmon V Lila Cheseliro secretary Held Lanison treasurer Frances Eldridgc chaplain There were visiting members here from Mason City Clear Lake and Rockwell J Hazlett gave a talk on tha Kndowment Plan to Build New School Near Thompson THOMPSON July town ship Wlnnehago county has decided to build a new frame school house The new bulldinp will be modern size 30 feet by 32 feet and will be 12 feet high The contract for the ma terial and building will be let later Leave for Wisconsin THOMPSON July T Ash pole and family departed Sunday morning for the northern part of Wis consin to spend a 10 dny vacation Des Moines Railway Company Given Three Days to Pay Its Debts DES MOINES July decree ordering the sate of the Des Moines city railway company unless the company pays debts amounting to within three days was signed today by Judge Martin J Wade in federal district court here The company has been n receiver ship for more than six months Judge Wade appointed E J Kelly an attorney as special master In chancey to conduct the sale The Jurl iclnj order followed the filing of a fl nanclal report by the receivers Original action to place the company in receivership was taken by the Harris Trust Sfivngs bank of Chi cago as trustee for debenture bond holders whoso cliilms ir more than had not been paid Light weight c b 6 3 ventilated crown reit forced fancy edge blac or fancy band La 98c Because John J Meyers ot Cleveland Ohio dWnt put on Hie brakes he and his sweetheart above Miss Leila Hawley are husband and wife Arrested for speeding in Laliewood a suburb they explained they were hasten ing to get a marriage license The police lieutenant ordered them to return next day wifh a license o wed They did There was no fine Oxford Minister Accepts Call to Luverne Church LATIMER July Kev iV F Coldwell Oxford occupied the Presbyterian pulpit Sunday morning and evening A congregational meet ng was held after the evening serv ce and he received a unanimous cnll as pastor at Luverne He accepted he move his family and be gin his work at once Gienvilie Resident GLENVIMjE July aged resident man township passed away day Rfter a llngerlnglltness Majestic Belts For Men and Boys Strong durable top gradi leather plain and 2tone 49c Kl Bathing Suits Men Extra heavy weight a woo elastic rib knit in thrjfl popular speed model aiscv1 in the fancy striped skiri model One of the most ceptional values of our stoclJi at the price Plain Knit Union Suits for White cotton underwti buttonshoulder model Atj 98c arrangements pleted have not been Womens In One and TwoPiece Styles Good looking suits that arc fashioned to swim 113U1U11CU ID 5W1TT1 I TJ M Bathing Camt Leonard Refrigerators at Factory Cost Plus Freight Down Dnlnnre Knsy Pnymcnfs No 50 Iba capacity 31WX179U44 75 Ibs capacity No 100 Ibs Hardwood Cabinets With White Enamel Lining No 75 Ibs capacity 100 Ihs capacity djCO Hardwood Cabinets With One Picce Porcelain Lining All Refrigerators Built With Cork Board Insulation National Ice Chests Corl 50 Lbs Capacity Divided for Ice and food hoard insulation Price cash Kith order anrt per month for 3 months 300 Now In Lse In Mnson City Sales to Customers or Prospec tive Customers on our routes only CRYSTAL LAKE ICE FUEL CO II St S W riione 21321 Bandannas Threecorner i i assorted colons 39c So Comfortable These LaceTrimmed Rayon Undies They are dainty smart and so easy to wash I A selection of such pretty garments for Simple Lines Low Priced A neat model in Honey Beige j modish trim Party ot general wear This shoe has the popular rounded toe and Spanish heel Cut 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