Mason City Globe Gazette, January 16, 1929, Page 8

Mason City Globe Gazette

January 16, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY JAN 16 29 fc fcf tr ni M T ai iv bi Jl a u 11 cJ h ii o P o1 U tl p tl c t ii f t i J I CHARLES CITY NEWS ATHLETIC GROUP SCHEDULES CARD Basketball Game Between HartParr Waterloo to Be Feature CHARLES CITT Jan first big event by the HartParr Ath letic association will be staged Sat urday night at 8 p m In the high school sym A basketball game Is scheduled between the HartParr team and fhs BertlesSheppard team of Waterloo Two new men have added materially to the strength of the HartPartners Monday light WaverJy was beaten 55 to 27 One of the newcomers Woods 13 over six feet tall and played with the University of Tennessee Another ac quisition Hoy iamro played woll with Nashua A curtain raiser will tie a wrestling feature between Orla Sorenson and Fay Towner both of this city Time between halves will be filled with a Ihree round boxing bout between Har ry Smith and Tommy AllgootJ both flow at tho HartParr Three Suits to Be Heard Jointly by Judge C H Kelley CHARLES CITT Jan settle a point of law In regard to tax re demption certificates three suits will have a joint hearing today before Judge C H Kelley The first case is H Jj House vs A E Regel treas urer of Floyd coUTity Iowa and the other two suits are M A Hubbard vs Selby Russell trustee et al The case set for trial yesterday to aside a settlement made some time ago by the trustees of the Rock ford State bank against certain dlrec tons on their written guaranty of debtedness owing said bank was con tlnued after some time had been spen in an effort to settle tho case Judge Kelley granted a divorce t Violet May Meyers from Alfaer Meyers on the grounds of crue am Inhuman treatment The two childrei were placed In the custody of thei mother COMMITTEEMEN ARE SELECTED Head of County Board oi Supervisors Makes Ap pointments CHARLES CITY Jan H Baughej chairman of the county board of supervisors has announced the following committees for tho year 1029 Finance E B Atherton J H Baugliey Fred Sllnger county farm J H Baugliey S Vern Maxson Fred Sllnger Judiciary Fred Uhe Fred Sllnger K B Atherton supplies S Vern Maxson E B Atherton J H Baughey roads and bridges Fred Sllnger S Vern Maxson Fred Uhe J H Baughey E B Atherton and county property Fred Slinger S Vern Maxson Fred Uhe The board of supervisors will Iiavo their nsxt meeting Jan 22 W R C Installs Its New Officer CHARLES CITS Jan installation of the W R C No 121 was held Monday evening in tho G A R hall witli Mrs Anna Saul as In stalling cflicer After a picnic supper was served to fortyfive the following officers took their chairs President AJMi senior vice Rose Blumenstefl Junior vice Cella Jones secretary Elizabeth Stewart treasur er Josephine Krumm chaplain Har riet Hucklns patriotic Instructor An na Saul conductor Cora Sanderson assistant conductor Gertie Sanderson iruard Melissa Henry assistantguard Jennie Tancey publicity chairman Bertha Hall color bearers Matilda Love Ida Scgaper Nellie Hughes and Clara Robson Called to Wadena CHARLES C1TV Jan Haughey and his sister Mrs Will Clark and her daughter ICrs Robert Lodge ot Rudd were called to Wadena Minn yesterday by the death of the formers mother who died at the age of SO Dates for Alfalfa Meetings Are Listed CHARLES CITT Jan R Hutchinson will be here next week to have charge of the alfalfa meetings the dates and places meetings of which are as follows Mondly Jan 31 p mt T M C A Charles City 8 p m Pleasant Grove Center school Tuesday Jan 22 p Tn Rock ford town hail S p m Scott Center schoolhouse Wednesday Jan 23 p m First National bank Floyd 8 p m Colwell consolidated schoolhouse Thursday Jan 24 p m Rudd consolidated schoolhouse S p m Ul ster township district number 2 Friday Jan 25 p m Nora Springs 8 p m Marble Rock school house All farmers Interested In soil build Ing and better feeding of livestock may attend WC TUWill Observe Victory Day at Meeting CHARLES CITY Jan day will be observed by tha W C T U this afternoon at the community house when the following program will ba given in observance of the HAD TO WORK TOO HARD Lydut Pinkham Vegetable Compound Gave Her Strength Mt Carmel my second baby was born I hud to work too Jiard and be on my fcot too BOOH because my hus band was ill Af ter his death I was in such it weakened and rundown condi tion that noth ing seemed to help me I am starting the fourth bottle of Lydia E Pink nlnth anniversary prohibition Da votionals Mrs F A Thomafl solo Afra Ella Hauser reading The Hum ble Petition Virginia Sergeant dis cussion of tho ninth anniversary bus iness meeting Hostesses will bo Julia Wentland Harriet Smith Mrs An drews and Mrs Coltom Congregational Church Men Form Organization CHAHLES CITT Jan mens organization known aa tho Congrega tional churchmen was organized Mon day evening following a dinner served to 5D men in the church dining room The first officers elected are Presi dent the HeVi Thomas Anderson vice president Dave Dorrali secretary Leo Lankle treasurer Carlisle Ellis Plans were outlined for the organ ization and it was decided to have Uie regular meetings on tho second Mon day of each month when dinner will be served at p m The annual meeting of this church will be held Thursday evening pre ceded by a picnic supper WaTanTe Club Srecfs CHARLES CITT Jan Kraupa presided at the Watanye meeting Tuesday noon during the ab sence of President Cora Kreuger The program was presented by Daisy Rid die who Introduced Emma Toepfer who played two piano solos Florence Oreenlees and Marlon and Josephine Koebrlck gave a review of their trip east last fall when they vls ted Detroit Niagara Falls New York Boston Philadelphia and Washington Hiss Greenlces visited friends at Providence K I enroute New Hampton Car Stalls on Track Wrecked by Train NEW HAMPTON Jan C Schmidt proprietor the Schmidt cafe here and his mother Mrs Aug ust Schmidt had a narrow escape here this week The two were driving west on Main street In Mr Schmidts car and were crossing the Chicago Great Western railroad tracks near tho depot when the motor of the car stopped the rear wheels of the car being on the track It was train time for the pas senger going south and Mr Schmidt became excited got out and tried to push the car oft the tracks hut the deep snow was too much for him He saw the train coming and ran down the track and tried to stop It but failing In this ran back to tho car and got his mother out the car Just be fore the train crashed into the rear of it damaging it almost beyond re par Mrs Jnergen Block Funeral Rites Held at Church in Luverne LUVERNE Jan funeral of Sirs Jnergen Block was held at the Lutheran church Monday after noon the Rev P Braner officiating Mr and Mrs Block were pioneers of Luverne having come from Ger many at an early day and farmed many years east of town Besides her husband title leaves ono son Frank Block Forest City and five Jlrs T S Shullz Lu vorne Mrs Will Wolfe Luverne Mrs Catherine ShoTcr Sfato Center Mrs Christina Krause Winnebago Minn and Mrs Dorothy Burbank Marslmllfcown The eldest daughter died in Ger many Jfr and Mrs Block observed their sixtieth wedlnfi anniversary Mar 39 1038 having been married In Germany in 1S6S they came to Lu verna in 1S88 Funeral Services Are Planned for Prominent Albert Lea Physician ALBERT LEA Minn Jan The funeral of a prominent Albert physician Dr R G Stevenson yho died Sunday afternoon alter a num ber of years of Illness was sche duled for Wednesday afternoon The Immediate cause of his death was pneumonia lie was IS years old and leaves a wife and two daughters Services were at the Presbyterian church with the Rev Nygaard offi ciating Burial was in Graceland cem etery Stale Grange Meeting OAKLAND Jan 16 If Mrs Mary B Larson secretary or the State Grange of Iowa today an nounced that a conference wjll be held in the Chamberlain hotel in Des Moines nest Friday to which the Grange has invited all other farm or ganizations of tho state for a discus sion of proposed legislation which might be of benefit to agriculture In Iowa An effort will be made to arrive at a general understanding between all the organizations Mr Larson inti mated EvangellnB Booth says there are no flophouses where women drop in Just to sleep She should visit the great American feat CORE THROAT Your money back If not relieved 8Sc by one swallow of THOXINE COLDS 22000000 boxes were bought hit year Thais tie reward ot cetulU Groves QUINII LAXATIVE TABLETS NEW LOCATION Horace S Beemer D D S SPECIALIST XRmy and Extraction of Teeth Over J C Penney Company Meet at Springs NOBA SPRINGS Jan Lucky Dozen club was entertained at Lhe homo of Mrs E E Sherman Fancy work and a soclaj time was the order of the day Guests were Mrs Hemphtll Mrs Moon and Mrs Anna Batterson Mistress Bridget did you wash the fish before you fried them Bridget No maam whats the use o washing a thins whats lived its life in City Press Congreaa la 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