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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                COMING EVENTS Jan A A high school and Ju nior college dance In school gym Jan 21 niul Charity Minstrel Show el Cecil theater Jan ball at armory Jan City Rotarians to be guests of lornl club Jan W C A annual meeting to be ho nt the Y W Felt Association of Machinists fourth annual Valentine ball at armory Feb club will present Jean Gros marionettes in high school auditorium for inatineo anfl performances DAKIN RECOMMENDS SEWER EXTENSION City News In Brief HOUSES FLATS HAVE FACILITIES OPEN TO DISEASE Director of Health Says Water Needs in Many Homes Inadequate Many houses and apartments In For coal phone Kchm at 5fiG Talk with Pratt 6 1st morfgnse bonds 5100 and up Phone 861 M C Loan K Investment Co lor 1st Mtges Insured Bonds Gild Edge Invs Itutli E Sivinpon instructor of piano and violin Hotel Hanford 510 Turkish Baths Tor men anil wome M B A Building Phono 1441 Miss Helen Hass returned Wcdnes day from Des Moines where she has been thepast few days engaged as secretary to Francis lohnson at the state house Miss Jlass will return Thursday to resume her work Silver Creek Indepen dent Grain Fuel Co Miillaml lodge No 220 M B AJ K C Hall Wed Jan 10 Regular meet ing followed by good program and eals All members and Invited friends are urged to he present The Imaril the Church of Christ at its meeting Tuesday night voted to tho evening service from oclock to u oclock lunn In Walt Wood and his Kailm Orchestra of Des Moines Coliseum Brilt Ian IS A car of West Virginia Splint un truck cash Ill 5G1 Mr anil Mrs W Roy Kashncr are visiting Mrs Kastmerf sister Mrs Joy riaiinulics J13 Fourteenth street northeast The Kashncrs arc on their vny to their new home in Cult Vort Miss from Iarumic Wyo They ex pect to spend a few days in Chicago Kashncr is superintendent of the McDonald Construction company of Chicago The original Art Sliooks Old Time Orchestra now operating under the Tunicas Colonials and uti1 Balch Tells How Uncle Sam Supervises Forests MaSOn Cltyan improvement fire protec JIason City are favorable to the spread disease because of the lack of sewei facilities according to the Deccmbei report of C Ei Daldn director health to P F Hopkins city in ager A sanitary inspector is making an investigation of housing conditions in the city and efforts are to be made to correct these conditions as rapidly as they are reported name of Dran For engagements write or phone the H T Tunica Music House Mason City Iowa Ph4S4 C of llainpiim nncl Mrs M 1 TIamsoy 30 Fourteenth street northeast left Tuesday night for rrairia ilu Cliicn Wis t attend the funeral of their brother Rollo Con Toll They ill return Tltmsday morn ing you need the service of n first class orchestra Ph HSO or write Art Shook Mason City Ilpgiilar Saturday nisht dance Jan Recommends Extension In connection with tho information which has hccn received as the result of an investigation airUalin recom mends the extension oc sewer and water to all available houses and favors the abolmion of surface wells Two deaths from pulmonaiy tuber culosis both patients living at theh homes has centered the health dirsC tors attention upon the lack of hos pital faeilllies for the care ot this dis Base He also statesthat the city is in insent need oE a modern hospita for communicable diseases none o which should he in the care of hi present institutions Much Progress MaiTc Considerable progress is bclns made reports the director ot health wit changing conditionsto meet tho r quirements of the new milk ordinanc Ihe December laboratory renort bein encouraging month was characterized by number of cases of Influenza over 225 cases were reported to tl department said to be but a Eractio tliosc actually occurring Thci were eight deaths from flulilleilinon Two cases of scatlet fever were II only ciuarantinablo diseases of tl month Two arrests were mado f exposing food and those rcsponslb were convicted and fined and two u licensed slaughter houses inside tl city limits were ordered to disco tlnue operation in University of Idaho An enlightening account oE the United States forestry methods 13 con tained in n letter received by Lee K Bailey 1010 First street southwest fiom a nephew Prsntico Balch who will be graduated from rtho Univer sity ot Idaho at Moscow this year Tho young man wag born in Mason City and lived the first five or sis years his life ham being the son of Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Balch who on old Wayne avenue now assachusetts In tho vicinity of the I St Lr station Mr Batch wns engineer at the waterworks and ater assumed charts of the T I Case gcncy here Mrs Balch waa Olivo Jailcy before her marriage 3V 1C C hall Art JLlffcr and orchestra Clouts Trc Indies 3c his CAItl OK THANKS AVo wJtti to tlianli outmany friends for JMK their liimlnrsa and death our dear sympathy at mother and K AND 1IRS P AND FAMILY Ml AN11 MKS AND FAMILY NOTICB vill nut he resrmnrilble any conunelcil hy any one hut my B V SMITH Silas Parker Funeral Rites Held Wednesday Lllldny at the IB of Tli wore hold in trhnpcl IL Hie hoim wilh The EUv j Funeral services for Silas Tarli fr ivlio rtieil it tlio r O u lioinc Satu the trha C IX Jsunco oticialiiiK Wedn 1 Vnunly III nnd in 1sil Iowa nnd sitHin a fa pon City lie niiHTi TI illuis GIlfH and Ihoy Modern Woodmen and Royal Neighbors Hold Installation of Officer A joint installation of officers for Hie Modern Woodmen and the lloyal Neighbors was hold Tuesday evening iji ICnglos hall F VV Chambers and W E Hawley were the Installing officers for the Modern AVoodtnen lodcie and tho officers for the nova were installed hy Mrs A W Kito ami Mrs Clint Tipton lloldini officer In Hie Woodmen lodge arc T G Bird venerable coun cil JS Wells past venerable coun cil IT L Ieake worthy advisor Carl arkoi hanker E O Lehman clerk Raymond IwiKe escolt George Van Mien walchman A V Stocl sen try E Long physician Office holders in the Uoj al XeiBh dor lortse are Mrs B Johnson oracle Mrs Jmt Winter past oracle Mrs Viva Gilbbon vice oracle Mrs I G Hinl chancellor Mrs C A Bndworlli recorder Mrs Klla MacGrcgor receiv er Mrs K W Slaclr marshal Mrs Roy West assistant marshal Mrs Malin Foster inner sentinel Mrs nolph Miller outer sentinel Mrs W Porlor manager Dr AV F Ir pliiKlcinn Mrs Will CJrichiinB Han Mrs Killo faith Charles Crowley courage Mrs AVincboll modesty Mrs A OIund linseUlshncss and Mis Nicl t tbo University oC Idaho and In ad ition lo his student work is editor the Idaho Voiesler published an lually by the Associated Foresters oicslry work at Idaho has the sane ion ot tho government and ranks long with Yale as the foremost school f its land in tho country Many of 15 graduates become active in govern mental forestry work Duhifj Some Studying Were Ml doing some stuayhiK these days younsj Baleh writes Tlie civil service examination for tlie fotest servico comes in March and is a paramount issue now with most us It is a seven hour examlnatioi nd on an average for the whole country only 20 per cent ever pass it Iour years of college gives one 15 points to start with Keedless to say none try it without the college train ing I suspect you wonder how the gov ernment employs forest service men Uven people in this country dont un derstand it In some cases Ill try to tell a little of the nature of the work The country is divided Into 8 forest districts Kach one oC these has a district supervisor and about S deputies In charge of different branches such as public relations limber sales accountancyand the like Then eacli district encompasses a cer tain number of national forests which average about a million acres There nre 143 oC these forests In the United States Each of these forests has a tion methods etc It seems impossible to better fire protection outside of piling and biirning brush but the largest number of fires In this region are caused by lightning They dont put out lightning rods but they have Invented instruments to test the In flammability of litter and the ground humidity etc Each region has a weather station which sends out dally reports to the supervisors offices Then If tlie forest station reports duff very dry relative humidity low and tho weather burcnu reports a storm moving toward him tho sunorvlsor calls up his rangers and they take their men ana tools and put them i where they can be moved in a hurry This Just shows how tho elements tan be beaten to a certain extent H doesnt remove the fire but the men are right there to put out the fkunes I before any damage is done Theru is one forest here the Coeur dAlene where the fire loss in he last years has dropped to about 1 per cent and this is right in tlie lightning region DR SIMON WILL SUCCEED LEANER Cedar Rapids Minister to Head Iowa Synod of United Lutherans D K returned SVelncs day morning from Des Moines where lie attended the special meeting of the directors of tho synod of Iowa of the United Lutheran church in America DANIELS TEAMS PUSH CAMPAIGN FOR Y MEMBERS Six Teams Reported 16 New and 40 Renewals in Y M C A Determined to bring the opportuni ties oC the Y C A building vividly to the men of the community J J Daniels battalion ot Jl teams contin ued its campaign for V membership with increased vigor Wednesday The efforts of Tuesday the first day of the drive showed excellent from tho six teajns that reported at I tho Y JF C A where the develop ments ot the campaign are shown on a large chart ft was reported Sixteen new merships and 10 renewals were reported by the six captains Among those who mado advances the first day U W Baumgartners team wns in tlio lead The Sain Ri cher division was second while the aggregation oC TV II Hutltorn was third Ever Etfort Successful leader ill a number of campaigns in JSIason City Mr Daniels was exerting every effort Wednesday Both Contenders as First 1929 Baby to Get Prizes and took part in the selection ot Teainer who the synodical musi MlS wns l in cHiay j Heins Body Is Taken to Clair for Funeral Rites Buria Jan 1 H ClarcniP K Kl Touis and Herlcrl i William I loins was Iidvsinilh AVis Mrs TniUcr died years I In was aKiin niiirricd al Misnn City Nov i TI15 lo Incy Mnlson who now survives him He was n memlmof Miison cily mmtbci 22t lllc Odd Fellows For Rent Offices on 2nd floor of New Kresge Building Also fine office suite in BagleyBeck Building over J C Penney Co CALL ALLAN K BECK hody o i to Clliiir am funeral services will he held Wednvf lay afternoon Mr Iloins died Sunda it be home of his broLhci Chnrlio lleins where ho had bee slaying Mr Heins was Gt years old liriirbts disease was liie cause of III death supervisor In charge and deputies In charge oC different brunches Then cnchrorcat is divided into ranger dis tricts with n ranger in clKirge That is the organization of the overheads1 V ranger is coinparahle to a manager i a store for he has to look after hia istrict generally around 100000 keep fires out telephones up care of tourists watch lessors see that they live tip to their con rncts etc Hes a busy man in tho uinmcl fcl Junior Katill When we pass the examination we ct a ratinsr of junior foreslerwhich icaufi notliliifr except a rating on tho inyroll of 2UOO which a11 right or a start Then they have various vorli Some so on as rallRers Others ro ul on linilKsales Tlie govern nent doesnt do any logging you vv Init contracts it to individuals V junior forester on one of these lias first of all go thru and nap Die area cruise it appraise it nd recommend any special work he logftcr buys It at his appralsa ind then tho junior foroste scale and see that the co lived up to Thats the miserable part j fir the job for lots of contracts are rtis huncst and try to steal timber get out f their brush disposal clause the like Another job junior foresters may get for a starler is to make a work plan Uncle Sam sella his timber soon as it is mature and a work ing plnn is really a cntlinK plan whereby the cutting is so rejulated anil placed that year a tier year tho saruo amount can be out off the same Imest Tins seems nM I know It did mo at first because Irres grow so slow Hut in most cases Ibis idea of rrnielia will work around so dial willl belter fire protection neirly much can be cut in tlio future aa is bclns cut nniv lias RcMnrch Men Besides this the government has re search men worldns out problems like wood utilization in chemistry yields of different trees under different con successor to T5r A recently resigned as president Dr J O Simon of Cedar RaiJlds waa chosen to fill the presidential va cany temporarily VHth the appoint ment of Dr Simon the stato head quarters of the church svlll he moved Cedar napids The office of preai lent entails the duty of supervising establishing missions and having charge of all Dr Simon he new president has been pastor of he First Jjiithercin church at Cedir Rapids for 12 years He will retaJn his to get his nien to carry on to an im inedlute successful conclusion As wns expected the workers fotlni1 j that it was no trouble selling mem berships to those who had leoii in the building and observed Its uninue ar ranecments taken part In the losses played in tlie handball court taken special exercises in the work out room experienced the thrill ot a swim in what has become known as thru most beautiful clearest and most invitingpool In the middle west If the response was no J wont he able to Join this year almost Invari able a query Lrot the oilier answer no I havent been In the bulletins yflt but I intend to soon workers stated Is Kdncntional Campaign Consequently Mr Daniels stated Merchants and Professional Men Decide to Double Their Donations IClng Solomon we dont need you We have a group of generous mer chants and professional men In Ma son City nnfl there wont bo any dis pute The case Is settled out oC court And Mr Stork you thot you had created nn unsolvable dilemma by your little New Years Drank of bring ing two babies to Mason City at the same time as contenders for llic flrsl born of 3923 hut you got fooled The merchants ot Jtason Cily nrc wilting lo give their prizes to both Each lo Get Merchandise AR result oC this conclusion Kobcrt Ceith Jlamilton son ot Mr and Mrs iloyd Hamilton 22S Thirteenth street northeast and Robert Eugene Peter on son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Fet irson 1G13 North Jefferson avenue joth of whom claim to be born at clock on the morning ot Jan 1 and who further claim to be first ones orn within tho limits of the city in 1020 will each set the 50 worth ot merchandise and service that was of fered This announcement waa made Wed nesday morning after each one ot the TO HOLD SAFETY FIRST MEETING Public Invited to C and N W Annual Rally at High School Auditorium Prank Wenter Chicago will le the principal speaker at tho Chicago and Northwestern safety rally to be held at the high school auditorium open to tho general public at Monday evening Mr Wenter e general chair man of tho safety first department of tho Northwestern 1nUroud Heads and employes ot Mason City industries and of other railways arc especially invited by the Northwest ern to attend Sheriff G 13 Cress will givs a safet talk and two motion pictures of rail roart activities will bo shown Musi will he furnished by tho Christian church orchestra WOLFE IS MADE NIGHT CAPTAIN Will Fill Position on Police Force Now Held by Earl Varner Officer H E Wolfe will Msume ositlon of night captain noiv tilled by apt Earl Varnor beginning Vfefl lesday nifrht Chlet of Pollcs Frank ianford announced Captain Varncr will back to the duties of a patrol man it was stated In explanation of the action thte chief stated that It was a part of tho program ot rcorganlzation to shift tiia mon around until it la found which sition each of thorn can litl best Officer Conrad Watbaum who nan been working on the lato night shift starting at midnight has been shifted to tlio day shift and will work from X a m to 4 p m Officer John HrulreU will work on the shltt formerly held by Wnlbaum Tho objection to marrying a boy or Ms dads money is that some other woman may marry the old man for It Itnjiiils Gazette mstorato there for a time it was an nounced Accepted Resignation The board accepted the restenatlon o Dr Learner with regret Since Ills caving the state necessitated his res gnation also from the board of the school ot religion at tho State Univer of loivn the Rev Mr Simon wns appointed to this board Dr H Blanche of Newton wan named a ut clor of Carlhase college at Carthage 1 lo succeed Dr Learner Dr Lcanier who will leave Feb 1 to take a pastorate at Charleston TV Va will IK in Mason City next Run day to preach at tho It n in serv e of the Central Lutheran church hich he organized a year and a halt ago Elected Officers The Central church is staKingIts church year with several changes on its official board I Bggcrt TV IT Tudor and M P Thompson bcinK chosen as deacons to lake the place ot three members who retired with the expiration of one year terms A T the campaign Is largely one of edu cation that of informing the men anc boys of Mason City what opportunities are theirs for a mere pittance of what they will get In returns They must speak of physical exhilaration and bet tor capacity for work that comes with a play that brings tlio pereplratlon tho hot bath a few minutes sivhn perhaps and then the loweis so the campaign continues The goil Is Mr Daniels expressed hope that all of the tennis would havo reports in by Wednesday iiljrri 11 business and professional men who nre making the donations were con sulted All Were Willing Certainly they can each have 5 on i savings account It was stated in he First National bank Similar answers were received from he others so that In addition to get ting the savings acount each babj Vill get the following Credit ot 250 in the Brady flrug store Credit of in the Infant depart ment ot ths Sterling store An electric heater from tho 1eopV Gas and Mlcctrle company Credit of in laundry at the Tjyons laundry An 8 by 30 inch photograph hand Flu Milder Than in 1918 But Vicks Sets NewRecord rl as to Ask K Tundherg and Sivert Pvc 1 Ida were chosen from among the nine deacons to act as trustees for the conifntT ycnr Theveports of officers oC the lroth erhootl Sunday school guUil am Luther as well na hy thft trpasurer oC the church Indicated a vigorous srnwth in the pnst yeir Tho annual meeting wSiich was held M dny nteht was presided ovor by the Rev O A Snholm the pastor painted in oil in a hand carved frame from the Kirk studio Credit or 250 on milk tickets San itary dairy Ono years health service Dr Shaklee Credit of J250 on n ton of coal at the Fireside Fuel company Sack ot flour free at the Liberty grocery Although the typo ot flu this yea s not so EPrious us in 1P1S healtl nre iirtriiiK1 evcrbody to reit even the tlifrlitcst cold fit tin tfrt as colds lower tho regain nci md make the body nn easy prey ti jronchltiR or piiRiununla An Interesting rcnponsa to tlua lias been tho phcnomena1 caJJ for Ticks TiipoTJuh the pxlernnl j treatment winch pro veil so helpful in j tho 131S epidemic In spite of vastly Increased capac ity tho VicUw laboratories aro onco in ore operating all n iff lit long nn arc prochicinf 375000 ttally A sulgtantlal part of this Increase Is attributed lo the widespread use of Yicks as a preventive FOR yon will get beautiful TUimoml rlnp at Sellers exchniigc anylime for full value PHONE 888 1H5FORK ITS TOO CUSTOMERS are telling us they first learned real winter comfort when they began to uso our Baby Poco Certain ly this lonR Tjurninp conl means otendy very littlo attention FIRESIDE FUEL CO C t GuuderBOn Frank Ryan Americanism A rich man RlvinK mvay dimes a poor cleric tipping tho hatcheck pirl a quarter to nmke her thlnlc hes StarCour ier DANCE REGULAR SATURDAY NIGHT K C HALL JANUARY 19 ART PUFFER AND HIS ORCHESTRA Coming Here From Kansas City GENTS 7c LAIHES 25c The Salvation Army 15 Second St S W TONIGHT 8 OCLOCK Major Robert Penfold Divisional Commander for Iowa will conduct a special meeting are heartily invited Krcsgc HIdg Phone 13I I V REDROUGH SKIN is ugly and your soft while lovely by using Resinol Sweet In Style Sweet In Value Sweet In Price Will Be At Damons Friday WATCH TOVOHKOWS PAIJili ELKS MINSTREL SHOW Monday and Tuesday January 21 and 22 CECIL THEATER See Mason Citys talent doinp theu Ntuff in this biff fun show Catchy SOUR hits fascinating dancliiK nnd plenty of sood that coos lo make agreat evening of enter tiimncnt Tickets Kenefit KlUs Charily Finirt Rupture Want This ufferers Service They want the assurance ol a properly nttcd truis elvcn by our Expert Truss Filter here every day They want real quality found In the famous Akron Trusses sold here exclusively They wane the comfort ana relief given toy the Akron Sponge Rubber Truss Pad wnlcb does not slip nor Irritate Visit i our modern fitting room for this belter service Consultations free MICHAEL DRUG COMPANY 5 South Federal DAMONIGOU CO FCCTWEAR Red Cross Shoes for Women and Korectoe Shoes for Misses and Children Your choice of our entire stock nothing1 reserved new styles all sizes and widths Any Pair Discount Stocks must be reduced to make room for the new spring lines that are now arriving   

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