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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE ELIEF TELLS FARM BUREA vercoats And now we offer a fine lot of mens heavy all wool styles attractive patterns guaranteed the Gildner way U11S One lot of odds and ends in mens suits Mostly large and small sizes While they last Special Hart Scfaaf f ner Marx Overcoats Reduced 13 14 Boys Overcoats Large Sizes Small Sizes fo Discount Mens LeatherCoats Genuine Horse in length f Special Mens Underwear An extra heavy Yurefit 18 pound ribbed union suit All sizes No long story necessary about any of these specials It will pay you to see them RELY ON HOOVER GATHERING TOLD Questions Sudden Anxiety o Party Leaders in Legislation DBS MOINES Jan 17 S Winder executive secretary of the American Farm Bureau federation to day told the Iowa federation that the relief tor which farmers have BO ions hoped is not Jar off Nationalpolitical leaders who are irging emergency agricultural legis lation at present short session of congress were criticised by Mr Win der in an address prepared for the tenth annual meeting of the Iowa fed eration He said the national feder ation preferred to wait ointll Mr Hoover has assumed authority before pressing Its desires for agricultural legislation Wliy Not SoonerT For seven years he said Vunaer the leadership of American Farm Bureau federation the farmers of America have been making a stubborn and determined effort to wrest from congreFjs laws which would placiTagri culture on an equality with other in dustries Thruout all that time we nave faced Just as determined opposi tion and the efforts of the others have thus far been more successful than ours Now ye see them frantically striving to Impress upon congress the seriousness of the situation and the need for emergency action before March 4 If this emergency exists now why may I asic did these gon lemennot sense it sooner in this longdrawn out struggle The American Farm Bureau feder C0ntldent that the relief for Which farmers have so long hoped Is not far off Presidentelect Hooverin Ms St Loulg speech Just prior to his election knowledged that the a rl 1 tural problem Is tha most urgent economic problem In ollr natlon tfa and pledged himseflf to such action a assures a speedy determination of th IBSUB Rely on Promise The farmers of America relying o that promise are expecting that a Mr Hoover suggested before the nex harvest statute have been en acted which will make It possible fo agriculture to enjoy some measure o the protection that has been so liber aly extended to other Industries attitude on part or the Incoming administration Mario Cappelli Will Give Fayette Concert FAYETTE Jan Capelli premier ItalianAmerican tenor saii by Caruso to be his most likely sue cessor will be in Fayetto Thursclaj nght to give a musical recital Cap pellis program will be varied New Hampton Eastern Star Installs Heads NEW HAMPTON Jan 17Offi bers of the New Hampton chapter of he O E S were installed here Turs day for tha coming year as follows Worthy matron Lillian Sandusky worthy patron D M Lezptte asso ciate matron Mrs Mario Griffith assoeiato patron F H Ellis secre tary Mrs Frskes treasurer lisa Ruth Jackson conductress Mrs Mabel Olsen associate conductress Mrs Min nie Mueller marshal Mrs Cora Weing organist Mrs Helen Carpen er Ada Mrs Maude Glaser Ruth frs Esther Hewitt Esther Mrs Ka mi Drape Martha Mrs Ruth Maj er Electa Mrs Mary Bleber warden Mrs Mina Forlney and sentinel E J Bliss CHICK HATCHERY STARTS AT RUDD 8000 Egg Incubator Is Being Built by W C Frank RUDD Jan C Frank Is building a chick hatchery on his lots on east Chlckasaw street buWIne will accommodate an 8000 egg extension Incubator with feed and supply rooms Mr Frank expects to run from 5000 to 8000 eggs continuously taking off 000 to 2500 chicks weekly after the first hatch This Is the first hatchery in Rudd and marks anew growth in the poultry Industry In this vicinity Charles M Schwab 111 NEW YORK Jan 17 Schwab chairman of the boardof he Bethlehem Steel corporation was confined to his home on Riverside drive today with a alight attack of Hfluenza Fredericksburg Farmer Hurt When Horse Stumbles FREDERICKSBURG Jan W G Herrick of this place was lead ing a horse out of the barn at his Placa on Saturday the horse in some way stumbled striking Mr Herrick against the side of the barn dislocat ing hig left arm at the shoulder is showing gradual improvement To Present Play WHITTEMORE Jan Pi sentation Academy Alumni associ tion will present its annual play 1 the hail Sunday eveninl Jan 20 The Road Back Home I Denlson Royalty play will be given HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From the GlobeGazettes 100 in North Iowa and Minnesota thing to wait until Hoover haa assumed authority ihatr then tztend to him every oc our vast organization to Mr room wm cooper n any program tn T effective in bringing em nine honest relief to agriculture Artificial Prosperiir FOREST CITY MAN ILL FOREST ClTJTOscar Roalson annvaSVr com pany of this city nho left for Iowa Wty a few days ago lor a physlca examination will ba operated on at 1 P m Wednesday for a tumorous growth on the kidney Mra Roalson and Dr Harry Thompson left this morning to be with Mr Roalson Depps AN RETURNS Dr L E Oleson veterinar ian returned Tuesday from Iowa Fails where he has been in the hospital for the cast three weeks after being oper Mrs Oleson whnth at tho while the doctor was sick and have re turned home again Trro BURCHINALRoy Percham who lives here was taken to the Park hos lty U1 CALLED TO NEWTON HUMMrs W H Enfield was called to Newton Monday by the ser IS illness of her father Mr Mere Get to Know bult around cither In dustrles was blames by Mr Winder Funeral Held for Pionccr Resident of Swaledale at Cam and two brothers FROM FLU H P Hansen is recovering from a two weeks illness of nnuenza PLAN SPECIAL COULTERTho Coulter church congregation is planning to Iiava ape cali meetings here beginning Jan 0 ff antl all week I the weather and roads permit VISITS FRIEND Oscar Hobbet Grove was a recent guest ne home or her friend Mrs o chultz in Latimer T TO DES flIOINES and Mrs A bimons were recent visitors at Des Molnes being called there to attend the funeral of a relative BREAKS IlIB ORCHARDVern Evans was work fn ft f rVer Tuesaay settingreadv for the ice harvest when he unfortu nately broke a rib It Is reported that he is getting along all right GOES TO HOSPITAL oC the ren was taken Wednesday hosDltal Charles City The child s having scarlet fever and has mastold trouble It Is not known that an operation will be necessary other Ourklwrdt child Is recover J Paullua newlyweds have returned The temperature reached the lowest mark which has been recorded here In many years Tuesday when tho mercury dropped to 32 degrees below zero CALLED TO BELMOND John Ilagner was called to WedfTesday on account of the illness of his sister and Klemme Played basketball Tuesday evenlntr The score was 40 to 28 in favor of Burial was In Liberty cemetery Forest City Eastern Star Women Instal FOREST CITY Jan ITInatal latlon of officerof the Order of East taok Monday evening with Miss Myrtle Brooker as Install ing officer The following officers installed rs 1 H Vesterborg worthy ma tron Charles W Finch worthy pa tron Mrs Nellie M sharp assistan natron Al Bloom assistant palrun Myrtle Brooker secretary Inez Mal colrnson treasurer Mrs Ruth Brook er conductress Mrs Nina Bloom sistant conductress Mrs Harriet Ross chaplain Mrs Mildred SIme marshal Ma Hanson organist Mrs Hazel Geonnaulls Ada Mrs Stella Cleophas Ruth Mrs Isabel Mabcn Esther Mrs Carria Lynn Martha Mrs Dora Thompson Electa Mrs Florence Hill warden Merle Thomp son sentinel The Installation was preceded by a covered dish supper Resume Forest City Sunday FROEST CITT Jan child welfare department of the Womans club resumed study after tho Christ maa recess Tuesday evening at the parish house This department ia bo Binning tho nudy or Gutdnnco oC Childhood and Youth compiled by the Child Study association of Ameri ca Mrs C M Ross chairman gave in outline ot the book at Tucjday evenings mooting ol ut mis piace ar happy over the arrival of baby bo who to tnell Sllndaj AT GARNER and Mrs Henry Buesman attended the funeral of tneir nieca at Garner Tuesday VISITS PARENTS Wagner and littlo daughter oC near Mason City spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs L Schlnegal RETURN FROJI CALIFORNIA and Mrs Phil Pascco returned home Tuesday evening from a ols weeks visit with friends at dit lerent pLaces in California They made the trip by auto ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF BREDERICKSBURGMr and Mrs Elaln Beuner Jr of this place ar happy over who came Jan 33 VISIT IN FREDERICKSBUJtO EREDERICKSBURG Hadeve Zpller Nell Sullivan and Dillon Grove of Minneapolis visited over Sunday a lace mCS ther at thl CAME PLAYED AT NASHUA boys basketball team of Fredericksburc P ayed with the Nashua teun Tuesday night at Nashua Score 21 to 13 in favor of Frcdericksburr ATTEND FUNERAL OF FATHEl PREDERICKSBURO Mesrtames Tena and Rose Neikes returned Satur day from Elma where they had been to attend the funeral ot their father at that place ENTERTAINED BIBLE CLASS Mrs Smith of this place entertained the Bible class of tho Methodist Sunday school nt this place In their monthly social at hnr home Tuesday afternoon S S CLASS ENTERTAINED FREDERICKSBURG Moadamos Robert Leach and S E Zoller of this place entertained the Pyrothean clnas of thu Methodist Sunday school i Monday eveningnt the Loach home PLAN MARKET DAY SALE merchants are ilanning a market day sale which will ft held Saturday Jan 33 The pubtfc s invited to brljcr articles 6f which hey wish to dispose MOVED TO SHELLHOCK Snlffin who rc ently Revered connections with the nltfin grocery store here has moveI o Shellrock where he has accepted a ositlon with McClrcgov brothers gro ROCK FALLS MAN ILL ROCK Jfnnscn who 11 been confined to homo Ijy cknoSFf most of the time since Christ ins Is better and able to be out KNIGHTS TEMPLAR INSTALL I ESTHERVlLLEoracers inslalled by the Knights Templar hereTuesday I night are Alex Johnston eminent William Johnston generjj iTr Vi S Hllllard seniorwarden John IF feterson junior warden M K i Whelnn prelate William McArdle I rcaaurer Charles Fuller recorderL I rim standard bearer R W Vanilcr11 sw bearer Fred Jones warden11 jam McArle sentinel protem and i f C J Wilson G A Nichols nnd Charlc veeler guards WILL HOLD JOINT BANQUET I ESTHERVILLEThe chamber of I commerco and the Womans club will f hold a Joint banquet here nt i Monday evening In tha Gardston hotel I which will ba an outetandins feature on the years program for both organi11 rations According to the advance i i ticket sale attendance will ba excen r tlonally large Henry Mahlum will ba J tne tcastmaster 11 FUNERAL HELD WEDNESDAY EAGLE services for Mrs Edward G Christopher were held at tho Wesi Side Lutheran churcli on Wednesday In chargo of tho tor tha Rev P Ljostvelt and burial was made in Roso Hill cemetery Eagle Grove PISOS foi t FLUCOUGHS onmxtuate Yon set tood rait SUndird for H Tmn CECIL THEATER JAN 2122 Elks Charity Minstrels The Social Welfare League Is sincerely appreciative of the help riven by the B P O E The Elks have given recog nition to tho Investigations made by tile League nnd without their generous nnd unquestioning contributions our relief work would have been sadly handicapped Signed Mrs T T Blalse GonI Secy RosflrvTiions or after Fri day Jnn 18 at 10 oclock a m Irico SI 00 Gallery 50o Hosiery News Youll Like to Hear An Important Announcement of Price Reduction No 157x Kayser SILK HOSE Now Only This popular number has been selling at and at that price was one of our best sellers Now at a saving of thirty cents on each pair the demand will be tremendous so we urge all of our customers to anticipate their re quirements for months ahead Number 157X is an allsilk chiffon pointed heel full fashioned we have it in all the newest shades Come in and examine its superb quality and you will buy several pairs Mcrkels First Floor Special MILLINERY Clearance Friday and Saturday Velvets Felts Satins Silk Combinations Large Small and Medium Headsizes Drastic Reductions on Winter Hats for Quick Clearance Second Flnor Formerly KilliansJnc   

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