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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                fc r EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTS WEDNESDAY JAN 16 29 HAMMILL MFARLANE BE INAUGURATED THURSDA 4 FORMER HEADS OF STATE ARE TO SEE CEREMONIES Official Ball Planned as Most Brilliant Affair Since War DES MOINES Jan former governors of Iowa and their wives present day politicians of tho llate members of the forty third gen ral assembly and the general public ivill sather at the statehouse here to for the ceremonies at which Gkv John Hammill will be Inaugurat ed for the third time and ArchMe will take office for the first time as the choice oc the people for lieutenant governor McVartane at present holding the office of lieutenant governor was ap pointed to the position last November to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Lieut Gov Clem P Klmball It is expected that the Inaugural bail which will be held tomorrow eve ning utter the official reception and following the official ceremonies of the afternoon will be tha most bril liant since the war The official inaugural program will be introduced tomorrow afternoon by concert which will start at 1 oclock 2 p m members of the senate will march in a body to tho house cham ber The formal program will start at oclock The inaugural program will Include the invocation administration uath of office to the governor and lieutenant governor by Chief Justice Vlbert and the inaugural address KOSSUTH FAIR IS ON SOUND BASIS Associations Debts Will Be Clear When Monies Due Are Collected ALGOXA Jan annual meeting ot the Kossuth county fair association drew a large crowd at the courthouse The report of the secre tary showed that the Fair association will be out ot debt when all monies flue it nre collected The question of building larg firand stand and also the question o the association taking in more terri tory was discussed A committee com pored ot President Julius Kunz ana So etarj P p Zerfass T H Chrls chlllea Olaf Funnemark and W E appointee 10 Investi gate the above two matters and report at a later meeting when matter s to he finally decided Mr Kunz Wesley Vice President W T Peters Burt secretary P P Zerfass Algona treasurer Myron Schenck were all reelected and the following directors were chosen George D D Moulton Lcdyard John Fraser and J A Haney Algona HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From the GlobeGazettes 100 Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota CALLED FROM Anna Rfelz teach er in tho intermediate grades of the Latlmer public schools was called to Rowan Monday to attend the funeral of her grandmother Miss Gladys Johnson acted as teacher during her absence RENTS AT MARBLE ROCK MARBLE Bear has rented the Charles Shultz residence on South Main street and his farm ad joining town and will tako possession March 1 Mr and Mrs Shultz have not completed their plans for the fu LATIMER MEN AWAY O N Schultz ac companied by Verner Johnson left the first of the week to attend the funeral services of the formers mother whose death occurred suddenly at Ringsted SHIP AT COULTER directing the operetta which Is being sponsored by the local band CALLED FROM FLOYD Fred Uhe and daugh ter Miss Esther were called to Cas per Wyo Monday by the serious ness of tho formers daughter Miss lolaTJhe SONS AT STACYVILLE and Mrs Wll liam are the parents of a son born Saturday A son was also born to Mr and Mrs Ed Bartholmey Sat urday RETURNS TO RUDD H Sanders who has been transacting business at Duluth the past month returned home Sat CH1CKEN POX AT LATJMER Studer Ber nica and Alberta Schermer the chil dren in the Immerman home and sev arm iiuuLjidiv uiuu in me immerman nome and sev shipments for the eral other children in families around week nre Henry Pralle car of I Latimer vicinity are victims of chick en pox FLOYD INFANT DIES and Mrs Jay De niaray report the death ot daughter born Monday Jan 7 MOVE AT MARBLE ROCK MARBLE Hitter and family are moving today on to the Paul Brtcklln farm Mr and Mrs Bucklln will leave soon for their new location In New Orleans ENTERTAINS AT EAGLE GROVE EAGLE IV Brown en tertained the members of his Sunday school class of the Baptist church at 6 oclock dinner Tuesday night at the Broadway cafe STAY AT LAKE MILLS to cold weather and bad roads Joice students attending the Lake Mills high school who have been driving cars hava discontinued this and will remain in Lake Mills from Monday morning until Friday evening ILL AT LYLE IrTLB James Peterson is ill at the home her daughter Jlrs D A Naversothe JOICE MAN AWVY A Evans has left for Minneapolis to attend the lumber Rowftn Woman Receives Word of Fathers Death ROWAN Jan Fred Ker chevzl received word of the death of her father John Miller In Enid Okla Burial was made at Tonpawa Okla Mr Miller was formerly a resident of the Harvey community near Rowan sheep Farmers Elevator company one car of hogs Henry Miller Latlmer one car of cattle RETURN TO JOICB Kleppe returned home last night from Rochester Minn where she wentconcerning her health FIRE IN LYLE LYLE roof fire broke ou in Mrs K O Volstads house Sundn morning from sparks from the chlm ney but a call for help soon had th blaze under control A holo wa burned thru the roof PRACTICE AT JOICE practice bega this week for the declamatory co test Fourteencontestants taltin part with Miss Landsness and Mis Ferris coaching The preliminary wl be held Feb 8 SIESEKVEV BABY DIES 23 months daughter of Fred Halfpap died at th Hampton hospital Sunday night Bu ia will be at Meservey Wednesday The cause ofdeath was pneumonia RETURN S T 0 SHEFFIELD F Johnston Sr returned honia Monday from Califo nia where he had been on a combine I business and pleasure trip FAMILY LEAVES COULTER and Mrs Mats Pe erson and daughter Berntce move this week to the farm recently pu chased near Geneva JTInn Their son Clarence Peterson and family precet ed them last week TO MEET AT BLYMOUTH Farmers Wive and Daughters club will meet at th home of Mr and Mrs Loyde Steven Wednesday PRACTICE AT BRISTOW Is being com menccd on the junior class play Th Misplaced Decimal which will b given In about five weeks VISIT AT FLOID and Mrs John Wetze and son Saskatchewan Can are visit ing here ILL AT LATJMER J C Christensen an n iqr bert days of this week with flu LEAVE MITCHELL Henry Fey Du mont Minn and Mrs Walter Beau ten Chicago who came last week for heir brothers funeral Henry Cordes eturned to their homes Monday IMPROVES AT KUDO A F HIchter of Colo rado who is visiting her sister Mrs Nels Jacobsen who resides northwest of here Is recovering from a broken arm received when fel down the cellar steps at her sisters home ORCHARD WOMAN ILL Dorothy Burk hardt who has been having scarlet fever was operated on Monday at the hospital in Charles City for mastoiils REHEARSE AT BRISTOW rehearsals are be ing held this week for the operetta Tha Gypsy Rover whichwill be presented Jan 13 J M Bergfald Jf mens convention C M Mostrom has charge of the lumber yard during his absence WAREHOUSE IDEA AGREED UPON BY HAMMILL LANGE Both Differ Upon Method of Establishment Is Report Made DES MOINES Jan 16 nor Hammiil and Senator Otto F Lange ot Dubuque aro in agreement over a proposal to establish terminal warehouses along the Mississippi river where farmers of the state may store Srain until such tlmc as a favorable market is afforded but they differ radi cally over the method of establish ment it was learned here Senator Lange proposes to have the state appropriate sufficient money to establish state owned and state con trolled warehouses at Dubuquo and Burlington river ports where munici pal dock facilities already are avail able for barge line transportation of grain and desires other state appro priations for similar purposes at other river points as fast as dockage facili ties become established Governor Hammiil on the other hand believes that the expense of es tablishing warehouses for grain stor age should be borne by the federal government either thru the Hoovar program for farm relief or In connec tion with bargeline activities Only in a failure ot the federal government to provide the necessary funds for the erection of storage warehouses would the governor advocate the state go to tho expense of constructing ele vators and warehouses at river points Visits at Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS Jan May Taylor Spokane Wash arrived it the home ot her mother Mrs Mary Shanks and her brother Lester Shanks Tuesday afternoon She is on her way homo from a visit with her daughter in Brooklyn JJ Y NORTH IOWA SOLONS JENSON OF iT H Jensen was elected repre sentative from Kossuth county for the Jirst time last fall having re ceived support from the same quarters that have been back of George Patterson new state sen ator since his entry into politics Jenson Is a fanner operating the Hull Mooso ranch in Seneca town ship west of Bancroft He Ua comparatively young man anil hns been active fu Kossuth politics for n number or years Mrs E Baurer Rites Are Held at Ackley ACKLEY Jan serv ces for Mrs Emma Baurer who died Sunday morning at the home of her daughter Mrs Mary clawson near leneva were held Tuesday at 1 oclock at the First Evangelical church the Rev J M Kraft pfflciat ng Mrs Baurer nee Emma Schultz vtis born In BaUeyvllle 111 July 26 7 and when about 9 years old came to Grundy county with her par Tits LEGIONNAIRES IN WINNEBAGO HEAR PLANS FOR YEAR Cerro Gordo Sheriff Urges Safety Campaign Among Automobile Drivers FOREST CITY Jan City Legion post Xo 121 was host to tho Wlnnebago county meeting held at the Forest City Golf clubhouse Mon day evening Sheriff G E Cress Mason City eave the main address of the evening ii5lng as his subject Prevention of Automobile Accidents reported that there are almost 100000 persona Wiled by accidents In the United States every year and over 35000 of these deaths are due to automobile accidents 16000 of which are children between the ages of 5 and 9 Tho rem edy suggested was a safety campaign of education among drivers and atoo among school children Victor Stueland local post com mander In his opening remarks stressed the fact that all five posts of Wlnnebago county have been cited for community service and that the county organization should be proud of tho fact that both the tenth dis trict commander and the tenth district community service director are resi dents ot Wirinehaso county Ray Murray Buffalo Center tenth district commander gave a talk and Joe Graham Forest City tenth district community service director reported that he had appointed a community service officer In each Legion post o the county He also stated that h would try to have stop signs place on streets passing the school build Inga as a precaution to the safety o children County Commander Georg Jorgenson suggested that th county organization sponsor a contes for the 4H clubs cf the county an that a committee composed of on member from each post be appolnte to formulate a contest program Mus Ic for the occasion consisted of com munlty smblns led by Joe Guldseth and ceclal numbers given by the Le sion quartet and the Oddfellows In strumental trio A volunteer orches tra furnished music during refresh ments which were served by the For est City auxiliary Veterans of the Civil and Spanish American wars and the local mayor council and directors of the Commer cial club were guests of the evening There were about 100 In attendance with the mercury registering is below zero Entertain at Orchard OHCHARD Jan and Mrs Harold Newton entertained a com pany of friends and relatives In honor of the tatters brother Dale Newton diaries City who leaves Tuesday for Europe in the interests of the Han Parr company He expects to be gone about ten months and will visit prac tically all ot the European countries and northern Africa before returning METHODIST ME1 PLANMEETIN Six Towns Will Send Men Brotherhood Session ai Swea City SWEA CUT Jan dlstrJ meet of tho liens Brotherhood of Armstrong district will be 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