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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIXTEEN Delegates Frown on Hasty Secondary Road Legislation DEs StOINES Jan IS mother year Charles B Hearst of Ce dar Palls will head the Iowa Farm Bu reau federation He was reelected president yesterday at the organiza tions annual meeting here J K Jones of Ainsworth was renamed vice president and Mrs Ellsworth Rich ardson of Monroe chairman of the wo mens division Oddnumbered district committee men were chosen as follows first Georffs B Loftier Stockport third RM Gunn Birmingham fifth II G McLehinney Dysart seventh Rys McKeo Carlisle ninth W C Children Council Bluffs eleventh A Who hilled Tftio stole the Glenlitten Jewels V Brady Sanborn Commltteewomen were elected from even districts Se ond Mrs IT Woodward Williams burg fourth Mrs w H Hntoh Oelweih sixth Mrs Clarence Deca tur Grinncll eighth Mrs Fred Shaw Corning tenth Mrs William Van Bloom Dayton Voting delegates in their final ss sion here yesterday afternoon adopter resolutions urging caution against mo much haste in secondary road tlor and reiterated their proviouc re quests of congress that surplus control egislation be adopted ns a means of farm relief Faith was expressed the ability of Presidentelect Herbert rloovor to vork out some satisfactory solution lie farm problem in the special sei ion and the delegates insisted that itis be clone but demanded that a ec etary of agriculture satisfactory to the farm organizations be MYERS FUNERAL SERVICES HELD Burial Made in Hampton Cemetery for Pioneer of Franklin HAMPTON Jan serv ces were held at tiie home Wednes day afternoon for I w Myers franklin county pioneer who died Monday morning Mr Myers was 90 jears ot age and had been an Invalid Eor several months He came to Franklin county In S08 and for several years lived on a arm He served in many public of Ices and was a member J W Mc ICenzio Post G A R He is survived by three daughters nnd three sons and Ins widow lire OHco Myers Funeral services were conducted by the Rev H H Collls and interment was madeIn the Hampton cemetery HEARST OTHER OFFICIALS AND COMMITTEES CHOSEN FOR 1929 BOND ISSUE FOR EMMETSBURG IS GIVEN APPROVAL Votes Favor Construction of School by Two to One EMMETSBURG Jan ISConstruc Jon of a new 8130000 school building will be started early this spring fol owing an overwhelming approval of a bond Issue by voters Thursday Completion of the ballot count showed B3T in favor and 310 against As yet a site has not been definitely hosen but the board is said to be con iderins a large tract two blocks west f the courthouse east of the city rark This plot is near the downtown istrict and is said to be considered ne of the best locations probable The bond issue arose from the crowded conditions affecting the Em metsburg schools Increase in the size of the city causing th schools to be come crowded necessitated the action It is said At present school is being held In the public library ana office buildings In addition to classes in the regular building Bill Introduced to Legalize Election for Ogden Bond Issue DES MOTIVES Jan 18 bill to legalize a special election held In Ogden Dec 14 to extend the munici pal waterworks system and to issue bonds to finance the project was in troduced in the stato senate yester day A bond issue is Involved In the election only 81 voles wore cast with 65 for the proposition and 14 aerainst it This was not sufficient number of votes cast compared with the last regular municipal election to consti tute a valid election and a legalizing act of the legislature is required to give the special election validity Another little need of the times is omethingto get the bonds of matri iony back to Herald HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From the GlobeGazettes 100 Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota SON AT GOODELL and Mrs Martin Nelson are the parents of a baby boy born Saturday BACK AT ROCK FALLS Ham Garl came horns Wednesday from three weeks visit with Alri Erl Tnhr to Lake Mills Thursday rather Air Martinson having died at his home there ot cancer ALGONAPaul Black received a wrist while ttlKTIl AT T1TONKA Delivered to you on pay 3 ea oon birthday ment of a dol tare balance yon in weekly pnymcnu host at a 6 oclock banquet Thursday evening held in honoiof the choral members of St Josephs church and the Sisters of St Francis who teach in the parochial school EXAMSAT ALGONA I examinations for the pupils of the Al FALL ivent to Hope Minn stay for some time with her husband who is foreman of the Rock Island section at that place VISITS SHEFFIELD PARENTS SHEFFJELBW F Kammeier Es inda Mich is here making a visit at the home of his parents Mr an Mrs Henry Kammeier Sr He wa called here on account of the seriou Illness of his mother SON BORN AT KLEMSIE boy was to M Kahl Wednesday NORA SPRINGS MINISTER DIES Pioneer Pastor and Teacher Succumbs to Heart Disease NORA SPRINGS Jan A Hicks pioneer minister and teacher died at his home in Nora Springs Thursday afternoon at oclock Mr Hicks went to Mason City S5 years ago and for seven years ivas an instructor in penmanship and draw ing in the local schools He was an ordained minister in the Church of Christ and held pastorates in the church at Nora Springs Portland and lertlle during the time that he lived here as well as filling the iocal pulpit on numerous occasions He was a charter member ot the local church A number ot his former pupils still reside in Mason City For the past three years Mr Hicks was the min ister for the Christian church at Nora Springs where he lived for the past three years For the past five months he had been confined to his bed with heart disease which finally took his life He died at the age 72 years and leaves a wife two daughters Mrs Leda Woods of Hampton and Mrs J W Cathcart Et paso Texasthree sons Clair Hicks of Mason City Mar celltia Hicks of Davenport and Fay Hicks of Providence R I The funeral will be held Monday with a service at Nora Springs at oclock in the Clnlstian church con ducted by the Methodist minister the Rev Mr Green and another In the Mason City church conducted by A C Htowe pastor NORTH IOWA SOLONS IOWAS LEGION ENROLLMENT BIG Organization Increases Its Membership Above Mark on Jan 9 1928 Mrs Anna Sullivan Funeral Services Planned at Lawlei LAWLER Jan ser vices will ho held Saturday morn ing at Mt Carmel church for Anna Sullivan who dlea at Jcr homn Thursday morning after a long Ulness was 70 years of age and leaves Toup daughters Marlon and Mrs Johnson at Sister M Muriel of Oelwein and MB Klng ot Pjentywoo Mont and three sons Leo Joe ard John of Chicago Tiie R8V Fathe J J Clune will conduct the service half na many members had been enrolled by the lowa department of the American legion up to January I 9 this year as Joined the organization Burins the entire year of IDLS Up to date the Legion membership Rites Held at Garner o January 3 1928 During 1923 the total membership was 33241 the largest in the last four years The American Legion auxiliary did ember memer sh On Jan 9 this year It had signed comparea with S57S on Jan CLARK OF CBRKQ GORDO Iranklm Hniicoclc ami Cerro Gonlo counties this year is repre sented in the upper house of the legislature by K W of Ma son City Ho succeeds 0 F John ston Sheffield hanker who fol lowed J E of Garner in that position under ho round robin plan agreed upon by ho throe counties Under a proiwsal made by Senator Patterson of Kossiith Cerro Gurdo county would become it senatorial district unto itself Senator Clark Is trained In lianlfinp and served as captain during ll0 World wur Ho is a son of Judge J J a JW in percent wth H7 y January 9 win J nnth distrlct the thirl thrd wlth S07 the third was fourth with Th Nearly oo posts had maae no re Port to state headquarters hera when tlia last tabulation of membership was made Jan 9 To Vetsha AJIfcS Jan Mary Jane Drybreaa of Nevada will be con vocation manager for the annual Vclsha exposition at Iowa State col ege which will be held here May 16 fo IS it has been announced The mght show will be directed by Ralph Schorr of Dubuque for Joseph Hanzlik GARNER Jan isFuneral ser GsT Hanzlik 68 in the Methodist Epincopal church at 2 o clock Wednesday the Rev Van Metre officiating Burial ln Cor cord cemetery Mr Hanzlikwas born In Bohemia 21 was uncn in Woith county They came her about M years ago bought a farm about northwost Darner which they atill own and on which thev hved until recently To them Trere born 14 children Mrs Hanzlik and 10 children survive him They are Mrs Emma Dvorak Garner Mrs Rose Rejos Iowa Citv Irs Nina Colgan Chicago Mrs Ela aCkC Davcnport Mrs Bessie Chi sel Miller Verna Edward and Rudv all ot Iowa City Welders Hold AMES Jan ISWith a registra tion of on the opening day an nual welders short course was opened at Iowa state college yesterday for a threeday session A j umio lias ues appointed assessor for the West Ml cnell corporation VISITS AT BRISTOW BRISTOWMiss Beulah Graham 1 Mslting her parents Mr and Mrs E G Graham of this place prior t I making an extended visit in the horn of her sister Mrs F H Roberts La fayctte Ind SHEFFIELD BROTHERS LEAVE Thomas accom panled by his brother William has let for Hewey WI3 being called there hi tiie death of their sister Mrs M j iu niKxnuAX I oeatii or their sister Mrs jrs gathered at the Hughes Ivreger PARTI AT LAWYER say to help observe her seven tAWLER KING OR OTHER ARTICLE OFFINE DIAMOND JEWELRY WATCH OR WRIST OR ACELET TCH IN STOCK MAY BE PU RCHASED ON THE VERY EASIEST lversjry P Take 12 Whole Months to Pay LIVERGOOD BROS 110 N Federal Ave Quality liouse V of DIGNIFIED CREDIT AUUJ mi ui vei fjtJT Jjl vas served by the selfinvited ffu BRITT COUPLE LEAVEI BRITT Mrs Morgan and daughter Bonitta left Wednesday morning for Rochester Minn where Miss Bonitta will submit to an appendicUis opera tion WOMAN INSTALLING Miss Anne Galligan dis trict deputy oc tiie Catholic Daugh tcrs of America went to Dubuque this week to Install the new officers She en A card party n Lunch eld in Mt Carmel Jia dance Sunday to will go to New Hampton install officers there COUPLE LEAVES and Mrs A I Peter son left for California by carThurs wm t y wi vlHit months Antlestnr went to B uafc to visit his wife and children for two weeks LEAVES KENSETT Venn Duluth Minn wl0 came here to attend his funeral returned homo ThurL VISIT Duroc Bred Sow Sale AT LAKE MILLS IOWA Snle in Town Atif Cmprny GaraBo Monday Jan 28 1929 Sale will start at p m 40 GILTS BRED TO GREAT NORTHERN and BOBBY SENSATION for March and April Farrow Cholera Immune trained nurse who has been taking care of Mrs W H slekncs3 withflu GOODELL VISIT s Tanner mother of tn CONTEST AT FLOYD ipy contestwill be held in the school auditorium Saturday cvonin oclock iriss Fe coach day evening Fifteen of tno women of Mt Carmel parish acted as hostesses IMPROVED AT GOODELL GOODELLairs Harvey Christen sen s able to be out again She hag been ill with flu anc pleurisy VISIT AT SHEFFIELD SIIEFFIELDMrs Madellene Car are here for a wV ere or a sit at the Chester Yelland home They are now making their home at faanta Cruz Cal but are on their trip to re they had spent the CUv 5 holidays with relatives T AT DAKOTA Lcland Tliaves received arm to crank a car ron Laird was idvsn at ths He wm inff by his e will loave S0on with his parents home RETURNS TO ORCHARD Last Chance Last Day Tomorrow STERLINGS 23rd SEMIANNUAL 1 COAT PRICES SMASHED Three Lots of DRESSES See Them Sure enere KLEJIME WOMAN CALLED on account of the I bB ln me declamatory Hutchison eon Mr and Jlrs A Hutchison has ten made 1 member of a law firm i Codar Rapids The name of the fl Remember the Date January 28 LEWIS John S Hall Auctioneer Farmers Merchants State Bank Clerk ENTERTAINS AT WESLEY WESLEYThe C D of A lodg entertained about one hundred guest it card nnd dance party held at thi dge hall Wednesday night LELAIVI HOGS 1liLAN T Ambroson sold a car oad of hogs to the Lelanrl Co Operative Elevator company Wednes MOVE FROM COLDFIELD Nelson has moved his family to Ft Dodge He expects 10 run an oil station there MOVE FROM MITCHELL and Mrs Frank Winter and son Lloyd have moved to farm near St Ansgar FAREWELL AT BRITT farewell reception was the Louis Man family Thursday evening at tlielr country home Rela friendnnd neighbors were in vited to attend The Man family will leave to make a future home in Colo VISITS AT GICAFTON Lee Racine j Minn is visiting relatives hero this week ENTERTAINS AT WESLEV Wtsaling rrtT VCVT wuuf iFjlAt W C T U I mcJilne In tho BaPtIst church h amendment SPEAKS Rev John Kern th M Church preachec Wednesdayevemnlra listlc service of the Baptist Methodist day evening for Los Angelex CalL jg at the homo of hla slater T S brother Jr Bert Ley GOODELI tarry Carpenter is of Goodon from nr of 5 COUNCIL MBETS councllmen held a Ing In the office ot I ho Northern Lumber company Mondny evening nd gavo ortlers to Pete Moullon pool all proprietor to 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