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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 15, 1928, Mason City, Iowa FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY Mt Etna Quiet ROME Nov 15 Stefanl dis patch from Catania Sicily today aaid the activity of Mount Etna was con tinually decreasing small cur rent running out of the crater Ic causing no fear Rob Filling Station CARROLL Nov 15 arm ed men last night held up Frank Fin negan attendant at a local oil station forced him to open the safe and escapt ed with In an automobile Tag End Sale of and ends SATURDAY NOV 17th One Say only Several tables full of odds and ends of mens and boys clothing and furnishings at prices that will open your Every item a big bargain One Day Only For Santas End Sale Saturday Nov 17 x Get to Know UdmM Only Laundry In North Iowa Offering The New Blanket Washing Service Few laundries In the country today have the new Blanket Washing equipment such as the Ideal Amer Installed R1CAN Ideal American 800 PRESENT AT DEDICATION HammSH Lauds Board for New Dairy Building at Iowa State AMES Nov crowd of more than 800 men and women Inter ested In ths dairy Industry assembled at Iowa State college yesterday for the dedication o ftha iteiv Dairy Indus try building Gov John Hammlll con gratulated the state board of educa tion upon the construction of the new building and commended the dairy In dustry department uponIts work In advancing tha cause of Icwaa sreat Tho first addresa of afternoon made by Dr C Larson former chief dairy bureau of tha United States Department of Agriculture upon tho Trend of the Dairy Indus try in According to eon onefourth of the total Income of all farms in the United States comes from dairy products Twenty two years ago Iowa produced 10 per cent of the nations butter Today sho Is Btlll producing 10 per cent and the value ot this iproduct has Increased six times George T Baker Davenport presi dent of the state board of education also talked at the afternoon program Dean C F Curtlss waa toaetmaater at the evening banquet program which was held In Great Hall in the new Memorial Union building On the eVenlng program was Dr G ICay Washington secretaryof the American Association of Creamery Manufacturers and former head of the dairy department at Iowa State It was largely thru Dr McKays ef forts that the college obtained the Dairy building which the department occupied prior to this F Leighton Sioux Fals S Dak first Instructor In dairy Industry at Iowa told ot tho pioneer days In the dairy department at Iowa State Others on the toast program in cluded Prof H C Jackson University of Wisconsin J Allen WalUa presi dent Iowa State Dairy association A J Kregel president Creamery Man agers and Secretaries association C R Conway president Iowa Butter makers association R O Under president Iowa Ice Cream Manufac turers association M G Thorriburg state secretary of agriculture and Prof M Mortenson nead of the dairy j Industry department at Iowa State SILENT COOLIDGES COLLEGE HEADS MEET AT AMES of 41 Insti Open Dis cussions AMB9 Nov IB lives 41 taxaupporteil of public instruction located In 32 states and two territories of tlie United States met today for the twelfth annual meeting of the Asso ciation of Governing Boards of State Universities and Allied Institutions The delegates tomorrow will go to Iowa City where after attending ded ication ceremolnes for the new hos pital building they will continue their session until Saturday noon when they will adjourn and attend the football Todays session was opened by Dr H M Hughes president of Iowa Stats college Col James P Woods Virginia Polytechnic and Frank A Holliday University president of the of Iowa State college committees will be appointed and discussions will lua led by LeslieWell University of North Carolina and J E Beal Uni versity of Michigan you two like to live n harmony and concord Hardboiled on your life Parson I never did dose hick lag College Quartet to Sine MT VERNON Nov 15 concert Friday night by the Hart man string quartet will open the Cornell college artists course Oth er will be given by Jerome Slnford baritone Myra Hess English pianist and Cedar Hapids sym phony orchestra With this special equipment cost several thousand Your Blankets dollars the Ideal American washes and dries your Blankets and returns them spot lessly clean soft and fleecy Besides the Ideal American guarantees not to shrink your Blankets not even a fraction of an inch All wool Blankets are returned in mothproof bags One day service if you want it Iowa Cityari Tries Suicide When Wife Starts Divorce Suit IOWA CITY Nor Clarence Alley 28 a mechanic de cided to commit suicide when he found his wife had sued him lor divorce He Intended Jumping In front ot a train He changed his mind and drank poison physicians at University hos pital announce he will Hve to face his wifes suit And hes now determined he wants to Not every CoollcTge Is a Silent Ernest M Coolldge of Yarnell farmercousin of the president lias been named the winner of a community fair cow calling contest He is shoyvn here in action with Ills champion cow bell trophy spoko this morning This afternoon after an Inspection MASON CITYS FINEST STORE FOR MEN ANB BOYS OYAI flia about the daily cleaning Former lowan Asks for 2 Eyes LBMABS Nov story Of how Tom Trovino 24 a sec tion hand blinded for lite when accidentally shot by n man out kill ing rats la told In ttio petition of Trevinoa suit filed In district court here Trevino now a charity patient In Cook county hospital In Chicago was on his way up town in the village Hlnton near here last June IS Idel Bogenrief was out shooting rats As Trevino passed by a charge of buck shot struck him In tho face and eyes Doctors Bay Trevino never will see again He Is gAUNDRY Customer Heres the shoe to relieve CORNS Corns usually come from a shoe that lets your foot Blip forward Then the toes are cramped producing both hard and soft corns The remedy of course Is a shoe that wont let the foot ellp forward Thats Just the feature of STETSON SHOES they fit the instep waist and heel as well They hold the body of the foot firmly The foot cannot slip forward Corns soon dis appear Your foot looks daintier It feels glorious Sizes AAAA to EE FOR SANTAS CHIMNEY The very finest ot Cadets silk hosiery 65 LAIRD SHOE GO Fox Named Head of Fayette Community Club FATETTB Nov hoard of directors and permanent officers for ho newlyformed Fayette community club were elected here Tuesday nlglit A J Fox was elected permanent president the club while tho Rev J D Clinton Henry Hettler and H W Sehrader were given the offices vice president secretary and treasur er respectively Directors elected for a term of ones year were A M Doughty the Rev J D Clinton E A Billings and J D Parker Directors elected for a two year period were Tames Richards Henry Hottler A J Fox and H W Sehrader Tho next meeting was set for No vember 22 Secondary Road Group in Meetingat Creston CRESTON Nov 15 fourth ot a series hearings to consider im provements on tho county arid town ship roads of the state was held here today by the commissionappointed by Governor Hammill to make recom mendations for legislation to the next legislature n Denny Now Divorced to Be Married Again For Santas 25c A versatfle mode suitable for linen crepe de clime flat crepe or light weight wool fabric For Santas Excella Patterns GRAHAMS CaL Nov IB Reginald Denny motion picture actor on telng granted a decree of divorce from Irene Helsmann DSnny Imme diately announced the date of his next wedfllnp It will ba to his leading lady Betsy Lee formerly known as Bubbles Stelftel on Nov 24 Belmond Resident Fined for Liquor Possession CLARION Nov 15 On Ills plea of i guilty to a charge ot llegal possession of liquor Judge eHndcrson fined A T Hood Belmond J100 and costs In Wright county district court hers A DEPARTMENT STOP E ROBINSONS TMRIPTV PEOPLE SOUTH FIDEFMl MIS MASON CTTY IOWA Slices tliat save human value Name New Battleship After Coolidge Town WASHINGTON Nov 15 retary Wilbur has named the seventh of the eight ton cruisers under construction Northampton after the Massachusetts home town of President Coolldge To Drive to Coast DUMONT Nov and Mrs Chris VVIlson are expectlnp their daughter Mrs Glair Shadwell and children ot Charlotte N who Is driving thru to arrive soon After n few days stny here she will drive on to Dcikelcy Cal Her parents will ac company her and remain for tho win ter and perhaps longer Special for Saturday Choice of 75 Ladies 75 Ladles lints of all Kinds nil heailsizes an assortment ot hats that was formerly Hold up to close out the entire lot at Saturday For Santas Chimney Mens fine Wool Sox In assorted colors ant patterns 75c value Leather Vests For boys up to size 18 muleskin and wool lined Virile Colors Pajamas arent under covet garments any new Wilson Brothers creations are made stylish for radio and for sleeping for wear and value too s For Santas Chimney Fancy Broadcloth Pajamas BUTTON BROTHERS There Is a Difference in COAL 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