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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY JULY 23 1928 German Evangelical Church Celebrates CHARLES CJTY July German Evangelical church south of Powersvjlle celebrated the fortieth an niversary of Its founding the mission feast Sunday There were three services during the day and a picnic dinner was served at noon The Rev S Graber the local pastor of Rack From Chicago LAKOTA July Liesvejd returned home Saturday from Chi cago where he has been visiting rela tives the past three weeks Titonka Woman Dies in Algona Hospital ALGONA July Mrs John Ricklefs of Titonka died Saturday morning at the Kossuth hospital of cancer of the liver here only a few days She had been Goldfield Harvest Progresses July farmers hava fnished cutting barloy and atartea the oats Ralri Friday night for a time but farmers are in thfv fields now TRICITIES ABE AWAITING REPORT Davenport Rock Island and Moline Vie for Selection as Barge Station Site DAVENPOHT July tricities Davenport Rock Island and Moline are waiting with Interest the decision of the Tnlanrl Waterways cor Summer Prices For 4 Months You Jake Advatage of Our July FillupPlan I The time is getting short for you to take advan tage of our liberal July fillup plan It gives you the Jowest prices allows you to pay on easy terms and provides for the cold days to come The Plain In Brief phone ns tomorrow selecting any coil you wish After you place the order pay ua only onefourth down In ths next three months you pay us the balance In equal in stallments An Illustration of the Plan For example if you tons of coal at a cash prlca of J7 per ton your total bill Is J70 Pay us only the order and then Jo each of the months of August September and October Your coal then is all paid for in October x The coal will be delivered at the con venience tlie W G Block Co You are assured Of excellent service 3 BLOCK FUEL MERCHANTS TOR FORTY YEARS 501 3rd N E Telephone 563 poratlon as to which of them will be selected as the location for a Missis sippi river barge terminalto serve this territory Altho Island was recom mendeij as by Walter F Schultz the corporations consulting engineer in his report submitted to the corporation last February It is not certain that Hock Island wilt be the choice or whether it will be Moline or Davenport Davenport Interested Davenport sent a delegation of busi ness men levee commissioners ship pers and others on a tour ot inspec tion of the lower barge line between St vLouis and New Orleans last January for the purpose at gath ering data and post of maintaining a terminal at Davenport Upon their return a report was sub mitted to the city council but no fur ther action has been taken to obtain the terminal for Davenport except the sendig of a representative to the hearing last week to lay their claims before the advisory board of the corporation Molina Votes Bonds Moline however called a special election at which time a bond Issue of more than was voted for the construction of a terminal there Rock Island voters favored a similar issue at the recent primary election held there It Is expected the transcript record of the hearing held last Wednesday when representatives of the three cities were heard will be placed before who will be asked to make known any changes In recommendation It is further be lieved that his report will reach the corporations advisory board tor rec ommendations to the secretary of war within the next fortnight Catches 10 Pound Fish IRVINGTON July Boldrlflge reported that he recently caught a 10 pound catfish In the Des Moines river near here Very seldom IB a fish that large caught in the river inthis vicinity and when the otovy of this one went out the river banks immediately were lined with fishermen trying for the same luck TZINSEP Compound puts an end to stomach Buffering And its quick in its aotion too Relieves bad tban without obtaining tmv I BotmorftreUefframonvbottle SBP Compound than all rite o aaya Remember ot S1NSB Compound than all rite vious no aaya Remember ZINSEP dount coil vou S cent if it faUa t o benefit yon Your dmgejat guarantees U M a bottle TODAY PAINS Sold and guaranteed MICHAELi DRUG STORE t and all other good drugglisti everywhere For Men Florsheim Oxfords Walkover Oxfords With main spring Oxfords of other makes Short lines oxfords and shoes of both 85 For Boys TEEPLE SHOES for Boys and Little Men 85 A good time to get the boy an extra pair for school wear this fall Children Pied Piper shoes and low shoes i Womens Hosiery Van Raalte Silk Hosiery Full Fashioned Broken Sized Lines A PAIR THOEJ For Women Seasonable styles of Pumps Ties and Strapped Pumps black or colored Other Lines EXTRA SPECIAL ON OUR BARGAIN TABLE just within our south door womens colored low shoes Shoe A FAIR D E P EJSJ ExX B L E Si H O E S 1O5 NO FEDERAL AVE MASON CITY IOWA RADIO PROGRAMS FEATURES ON THE AIR Tuesday July 34 Central Standard Tune Service Discussion of WRC WEBH WTMJ KBD WOC WHO WHAS W8M WSAt WCCO KOA High Spots by John B WLW KWK KOA WFAA Carlson Sexjet Favorite KDKA WJR KWK WREN WTMJ KVOO WFAA WJRC WOAI WHA8 WMO WSB KOA WCCO WSM KWK Singers Variety WRC WGY WTAM WWJ WSAI WEBH KSD WCCO WOC WHO WOW WDAP KVOO KPRC WFAA WOAI WHAS WSM WMO WSB Sfadium KIJKA KXW KWK Qn a River WABO WAIU WKRC WGHP WOWO KMOX KJIBC WSPD ATMason Citys A1THEATERS TUESDAY JULY 24 Uncle Bob Organ Stromberg Carlson Sextet Concert Continentals Organ Slumber Music Voters Her vice Studio Program Seibeflins Singers Children of Mooseheart Studio Program Music and Studio Features Uncle Quln Dinner Music Recital Tenor and Orchestra Eveready Recital Features and Poplar Little Glenn and Features Special Music Topsy LaPalina Hour Feature Organ Features Orchestra Danca Music 2 Voters Service Dinner Music Singers Musical Eskimos Dance Crescent Hour New Voters Fervice Seiberling Singers Evcrcady Hour Clfcquot Eskimos Dance Music iy New Stromberg Carlson Sextet Lewlsohn Stadium Concert Continentals Slumber Music Kansas the Air Ensemble Singers Kveready Hour Eskimos Sunny Jim Dance Painter Boys Nighthanks WHO Schedule for TUESDAY TUESDAY July 24 a m Victor record program Courtesy A A SchnelderHahn company Market and weather reports Road reports Herble Koch organist Hadlo farm service U S de partment qf agriculture Market reports p m Science news of the week Luncheon hour program Class of markets U S Navy band Bankers life trio and soloist National league of women vot ers News summary Seiberling Rubber Co NBO Everready hour Clicttuot club Eskimos Howard watch time Rolfes Palais DUDr orchestra Weather reports Apollo string quartet The Palace is now showing four acts of big time vaudeville on the Vltaphone headed by Morrlssey and Millers Nisht a musical re vue Introducing many novelties In cluding singing and dancing num bers The feature picture is those two funny1 Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton In The Big a picture that ia one big laugh from start to finish Karl Dane the elongated comedian who plays Oswald in the hilarious comedy Baby which Is at the Cecil Monday and Tuesday was launched to fame almost overnight In The Big Dane born In Den mark was automobile man and then aviator there and came to this coun try to assay fame as a stunt man In pictures The Palace offers Thursilny Doro thy Mackaill and JacK Mulhall in their latest picture Lady Be We Americans1 coming to the Ce cil Wednesday is from the stase play of the same name by Milton Herbert Cropper and Max Seigel It deals with tlie drama and the humor of a for eignborn family which has migrated to America The children quickly as similate the new manner of living but older folks experience difficulty which at limes approaches tragedy as they are unable to change the habits of a lifetime Headlined for at the Pat ace next Sunday is Clara Bow in her latest and by many critics claimed her greatest success Ladies Of tho It is a thrilling story of under world life Twelve horseless carriages from 22 to 2S years old feature The First epic of Hie birth of theAmpri Stromberg Carlson Sextet Seiberlins Singers Eveready Hour SfflO CHcquot Eskimos Theater Musical Program Dance Organ Seiberling Singers U S Infantry Band Clicquot Eskimos Dance Hugo Hoyn Concert Sacred Songs Eveready Hour Eskimos v Danca Music CHARLES CITY NEWS WINS DECISION elley Rules Ordinance Re stricting Builders Is Legitimate CHARLES CITT July ver ct ln favoi of the city of Charles ity was given Saturday in district durt by Judge C H Kelley uphold ng the city ordinance which prohibits hs putting on ofwooden shingles on ouses and made the temporary In unction placed against ths Home uilders permanent court held that this ordinance as reasonable and did not violate the tate law or constitution arted wheji the Homo Builders arted to place wooden shingles on ew bungalow under construction econd avenue Half of the roof haa placed arid will now have to be emoved Besides this ordinance designating ireresisting roofing It requires two curse ot brick in the chimney flue The Home Builders may take the o the supreme court Owners May Vote New Stock Issue CHARLES CITY July spe cial meetingo fthe Stockholders of he HartParr company has been called for Wednesday evening July 5 to vote on the creation of a new class ot shares of JS dividend convertible preferred stock without par ranking ahead of class A and common stock as to dividends and as sets and on increasing the number of common shares to which will Include shares reserved for con version of tlis Jiew convertible pre ferred stock and possible conversion of the class A stocks can automobile Industry featuring j BarneyOldfield and Patsy Ruth Mil ler The First Auto Cecil soon x The Bljau offers today Tuesday and C Wltwers great hll arious comedy success Alex featuring Richard Skeets Gallagher the noted stage star as j the boob who came to the city S 3harles City Defeats x Forest City in Golf CHARLES CITY July City defeated Forest City Sunday on the local golf links 4413 In an Inter city match The lowest score of the day was made by W D Llnnell who shot a 78 Art Blunt and Irvln Crumm both took 80 as their scores Eugene Hal vorsen shot an 88 The following made points for Charles City Art Crumm Walt Llnnell A C Campbell Wallace Smith Gene Halvnrsen C W IvfcQulllen R Nies Harry OHariow C H Fawcelt M W Ellis Raymond Ellis Dave Alns worth James Miner Sam Kaiser Frank Nies Tom Keefe Robert Banks of III Frank Donovan local pro left Sim day for Des Moines to play In tlie Iowa open tournament to be held Tuesday apd Wednnesday Twenty five golfers from Forest City were reg istered Retired Station Agent for Northwestern Dies CITT July M NToe a retiredelation agent of the Northwestern railroad company died suddenly Saturday morning in this city at the home of rhis Jfis R F Marsh where he and his wife who is an invalid were visiting He was 70 years old and death was due to heart disease Phort services were to be held this afternoon at the Marsh home the Rev E T Gough of the First M B church offi ciating The body was to be taken to Auburn where funeral services will be held tomorrow and interment made His widow and three children Ed ward of Whttewood S Mrs Paul Christiansen of Falrberry and Max of Everette sur vive Buttermaker at Charles City in Second Place CHARLES CITT July Zeirath buttermaker at the Charles City creamery was awarded a cup and second place at the hut termakers convention held In Algrona His butter scored Visit Jn CharJes Clfr CHARLJSS CITr July anrt Mrs Ed Rathe and three small sons of Sauk Center visited here Saturday and Sunday with friends They are former Charles City resi dents and Mr Rathe was employed for years on the papers in Jhe city He Is now part owner of IJif Sauk Center paper Mrs Rathe was former ly Mies Grecley Mrs Purrineton Divorced CHARLES CITT July M Purrlngton was granted a dlvorci Saturday in district court by Judge C H Kelley from Wallace P Puriington on the grounds of cruel amiinhuman treatment 10c Today lOc Hilarious Merrygo round of Riotous Mirth With RichaVd Skeets Gallagher Mat 23 Citys Best Theater Today and Tuesday KARL DANE GEORGE K ARTHU If you thought Dane and Arthui were funny In justi wait until you see this riot Juitl a couple of college boys with a nurseryfull of babies suddenly j thrust on them Wilarlous com plications FVotn the famous Broadway farce News v Comedy COUPON CECIL This and loo good for Monday night July 23rd or Tuesday matinee July 24th only Coming Wednesday We Americans With George Sidney Today and Tuesday 1st Run Western Feature The Devils Twin Tlie trained animals In this pic ture are worth the price of ad misslqn alone Sport Reel I CrazyToAcf Comedy Coming Saturday Norma Talmadge Coleman in and and Ronald NOW PALACE ACTS BIG TIME Morrissey Miller Night Club Musical Revue Orchestra Dancing Decovah Woman Granted Divorce by Judge Taylo DECOftAH July H E Taylor of Waukon who haa bee holding court here for the past two weeks completed hts work Friday disposing of many cases and leaving the docket In a clean state By waiving time in the divorce cise of Frances Groff vs N R Groff the case was taken up and by stipulation the plaintiff withdrew her amendment to the original petition which charged the defendant with cruelty The de fendant in his cross petition charged the plaintiff with practically the same offenses The final agreement was that Mrs Groff gets a divorce and her maiden name of Frances Hardy and pays all costs In the Mr Hardy rind daughter will continue to conduct the hardware store under the name of Groff and Hardy Mitchell Lewis Co In a Playlet The Death Ship Thrilling Enters Rochester Clinic ROCKFORD July C TT Kellogs went thru the clinic at Roch ester during thf past week Her riausrhter F E panied her Mr KrllopK drove up later and brot them home N The Joseph Diskay Noted Hungarian Tenor Brooks Ross Two Boys and a Piano World The Scream of Screams   

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