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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FEIDAY JAN 18 1929 BIG WEEK next Sunday treat In Cash Prizes for tiiirt week CO ewe mtn for unecrarntiynf Scrambled GomiCs This CO more prizes will be given to suc cessful contestantB What a contest 1 What fun What prizes Get out your piste pot and sheers win a prize 1 not hard Just follow the easy and make the famous funny folks look natoraragam and you jmsybe one of the wjnnewf How fee wtt te Fowrtk 7SOO 5000 8 of PrfaM Of 1000 99 at SOO of 66 ffext Sunday and Every famous writers sparkling features inter esting articles world news eomething for every member of the including the big 16color page section with 30 comics are all included in The CHICAGO H E RALD EXAM i N E Order Your Rebekah Past Grands of Garner Entertain GARNE Jan 22 past grands oe the Ilebekah lodge enter tained their husband at a dinner AVednesday followed by a proyram at the Odd Fellows hall This Is an annual event and is greatly enjoyed Mrs Bella Peterson vice grand led in community singing She and Mrs A J Bangs sang Forgotten and Lass O Mine Doris Reed gave a declamatory reading and Faith Bing ham gave Busters Sister in the Med icine Closet the one which won her first place In the humorous class In the contest Mrs Roy Strate also gave a reading Britt Woman Away BRITT Jan Ernest Schubert has been at Ames this week to attend the annual convention ot the Farm Bureau federation Mrs Schubert went as a delegate Britt Woman Appointed BRITT Jan Christina Callison has been appointed house postmistress during tho cession ot the general assembly She was in DCS Molnes Monday at the opening of the session Telephone poles are to be painted to harmonize with the That should be easy considering that the Wallaces Farmer Chooses Master Farmers of 1928 15 Men Selected as Leading M Agriculturists of Past Year DES MOINBS Jan 17 laces Farmer farm magazine today announced its 1S2S Master Farmers Tho ID men selected as outstanding among Iowas agriculturists last ycur will bo introduced to Iowas farm pop ulation over radio station WHO hero during a banquet to be given them be tween and Friday Each of tho Master Farmers will speak briefly during the period Tho 1D2S Master Farmers Harvey E Hazon Denmark Lee county Frank P Everett Lacey Jla haska county O J Kelsem Huxley Story county Bert Schuclke AUa Buena Vista county Theodore Gron na Waterville Allamakee county C ISvevett Smith Newton Jasper coun ty Kdwaril Heimer Schleswig Cunv furd county Henry C Vaske vilte Duhuquo county Lewis T New ton Knoxville Marlon county Paul Strlckler Centerville Appanooso coun ty Otto P Scluiltz JIalcoin Powe shiek county Burrell C Foster Well man Washington county II E Snr landscapo is composed oE billboards i lnKer Huthven Palo Alto counts Akron Ohio UcaoonJournal E2arl Elijah Clarence Cedar county For Colds How many people you know end their colds with Bayer Aspirin And how often youve heard of its prompt relief of sore throat or tonsilitis No wonder millions take it for colds neuralgia rheumatism and the aches and pains that go with them The won der is that anyone still worries through a winter without these tablets They relieve quickly yet have no effect whatever on the heart Friends have told you Bayer Aspirin is marvelous doctors have declared it harmless Every druggist has it with proven direc tions Why not put it to the test Aspirin Is be trade rajne of Buyer ot Monoacctlcacltioster ot Stllcyllcactd SPIRIN Jjiere is only one PINES Automatic WINTERFRONT ONLY one way to be certain that your motor has positive protection from the dangers of cold There is no substitute for nothing on the market that works constantly independent of the carowners memory Cold is too serious a menace to guess be sure you get only the original We have the following Pines Winter fronts that we are willing to close out at the following prices Dodge Senior Net Dodge Four Net Dodge Victory 6 Net Chevrolet Net Whippet Net Reo 6 Net Pontiac 6 Net Chrysler Net Installed FINES AUTOMATIC tHTERFROHT TKiOI The Only Automatic Radiator Shutter on the Market Central Battery Co Miller Indlauola WaiTtn county Selected From 135 Tho 15 men selected as lonas Mas ter Farmers for 1928 were selected from u list of 135 Preliminary in vestigation reduced this list to IDS each of whom received a personal vis it from a representativeof the zinc Reports on those whose standing on Ilia score card was highest turned over to the judges Dr C L Holmes of Iowa Stato college Mark Thornburg state secretary oC agri culture and Henry Wallace editor of tlio magazine Each of tho winners tho judge said rated high in eacli of a halt diz m particulars Of each of tho Muster Farmers the magazine lias tins to say 1 avoid E Binringer Owns 304 acres and rents more In 21 ycurs on the farm he has limed nearly all til lable land on his place He uses super phosphate regularly Is onu of tho larg est growers ot alfalfa in the county and has developed his hog business to the point where he raises 300 to 100 to yearly He is active in school coonar i andpoirot garage ativo organizations county fair lodge church and is president of the county farm bureau Operates UiKiusI I elation which his herd often leads Mr Vaske Is active In school church dairy club shipping association Farm Bureau and breed association Allison Funeral Services Planned for Mrs R Pleis ALLISON Jan Herman Hels died at her home here Wednes day after a three weeks illness She suffered with the flu which together with advanced age caused her She was 90 years old Dec 0 Sur viving are her two children Thomas near Allison and Sophie who made her home with her and 14 grandchil dren Funeral sedvlces will bo conducted at J oclock Saturday at the St Jacobus Litheran church Burial will be in the Folkors cemetery near Al lison New WJiittemore Salesman WIIITTKMOBE lan Bestenlehneiof Algona has been en saged as salesman at the Ttawson Ford garage Wo Is spending this week at the Ford factory In DCS Molnes A Schmltt Jr who has been salesman at the Tiawson garase for the past nine years has resigned and is now setting Bulcks Dodges and Chevrolets at the Schaat Schneider PHONE 431 117119 SO Earl Elijah Operates tho biggest farm of any of tho 112S Master Farm SUO acres which ho owns J20 and rents 4SO Began farming in 1013 Is an outstanding cattlo feeder and carrying out a soil building program that includes application of lime and i superphosphate A graduate ot Cor nell college and Iowa Stato college he has served as president of xho school board county Farm Bureau farmers lumber company and ship piny association Frank F Everett Operates 255 acres Hog raising is his main job Lima and superphosphate Increase yields In addition to general crops lit raises several acres of melons ami sweet potatoes for sale locally A grad uate of Penn college ho Is active In school club work church and the farm bureau Burrell C FosterjBorn on the 320 acre farm ho operates Dairying cot reeding and hog raising are his major enterprises Limestone super phosphate and rock phosphate alfalfa and sweet clover help increase fertil ity and crop yields Mr Faster has served on the school board the Wash ington county board of supervisors and was a leader In organizing tho lo cn1 cooperative creamery Operated 25 Ycnrs Theodora Gronna Has operated lor 25 years the farm of 120 acres he now runs rents additional land Dairying with milking shorthorns Is the main enterprise Lime ami superphosphate So on MB and regularly lias been active In school affairs the cow test ing association and general farm or ganizations He is a member of the cooporatlvo creamery Mtorrt nnd alijp Plng association Harvey E Hazon Has operated his fathers farm for 16 years on a stock share lease Apple growing purebred cattle hogs and sheep are his main linos IJmestone Is used extensively A 1900 graduate of Iowa State colj lege Hazen Is a lender in tho activlI ties of church school farm bureau club work and shipping association O J Knlscm Began farming 34 years ago on his present homo farm which totals 3SO acres In that time by xise oC sweet clover lime and his extensive cattle feeding ho has prac tically doubled crop yields Is presi dent of Towa Federation of Coopera tive Livestock Shippers has served ns an officer In consolidated school ele vator creamery and church Farmed tfB Years Seth M Miller Began ftirming 1r Warren county 38 years ugo owns 2EO acres 80 of which he operates and the balance of which Is operated by L ne phew on a stocksharo leaso Was one the first In county to use limestone Farm ranks high in county in crop yields lioth of his children are col lege graduates Lewis T Newton Began farming In 1898 on some 2CO acres hu now owns Raising and feeding liect cattle bought him his farm it la still tho main farm enterprise Club work tho Farmers Union and Farm Bureau have benefited from his help KLrved is an officer in the local school hank and faimers elevator Bert Schtiollro Owns and operates 320 acres Was pioneer In hiH com munity In uso of alfalfa sweet clover and limestone nnd in 17 years ho has operated his farm ho has Ioubled cmp yields Raises over 100 IIOKK and 200 cattle annually Is an officer in Iho farm bureau anil shipping associa tion and a director in the hospital county fair and elevator Otto F SchuKz Owns and operates in partnership with brother Henry MO acres Has been farming M years j 13eef cattle and hogs major enter prises In community field has a school and bank official and memI her of Poweshick county Iwunl of Ju pcrvlsors Has served as chalvmin i of club work in county Farm Bureau j and as county president j C Kverctt Smith Has operated his li0acro farm for 1 years The first i corn yield tent plot In JJIKPCT county was on his farm is an hog raiser is carrying out 11 liinin iHngLam In rommimjly riitMiiriSi has served in Hie loral rliurcli as president of ermmy fair as nf ijfmniy Kirm rurcall and aij mau ler of Iho local nought Kim Dcwn Imn Paul Strhkler Bought a farm on the odgo of Cenlervillo li years ago By extensive use stono lie was the first man in Ap pnnonso eounty to HI and other building agents bo hns mKlo it n real farm Iteefntly ho has two other farms that are opera ted im tho storkshare plan Mr Htrieklcr hns been and is extremely active In Farm Bureau work Henry C Vaske renting ta IS07 part of the Iflnd ho now owns On his 320 aoros rtnlrylns Is Iho main enterprise with hogs and poultry nejt n Importance He tins one of the first ITolstem brerrlern In his eoinmiinit v helped organize the covv testing asso fc Greed Is the curse of says ExPresident Taft And the dls tlngulshec chief Justice knows where of he City News REVOLVING DOOR HELPS PRISONER ELUDE OFFICERS Chicago Robber Sends Po liceman Sprawling in Ef fort to Escape CHICAGO Jan 18 ord has gone out to Chicago policemen that I this revolving door trick must be stopped A prisoner escaped several weeks igo by the simple expedient goins all the way around In a revolving dooi while his captors stopped Inside To j ila credit the prisoner surrendered he next day explaining that the trick nul caused his conscience to hurt im It would have been a closed nclj dent had not Jack Hendrlcks held up a loop restaurant last night and goti en himselr all tangled up In the purl ng portals AB he was about to exit i with his Jllsotten gains from the 1 restaurant on South Wabash avenue a clerk seized the door and Hendrlcks imprisoned until police irrlved j So much for hat There also unfor nnntcly is n revolving door at the detective bureau After Hendrlck had been hooked Policemen Klelntz and Suiidholin started with him to the de tention home Sundhelm stepped inside the revolving door first Next came Hen dricks iho prisoner Officer Klelntz waited his turn Intending to enter the compartment behind Hendrleks Halt way thru Homhlcks gave the door a violent push Officer Sundhelm instead of stepping gracefully out was sent round past his destination and on to the floor Inside tho bureau at his fellow officers feet Hendrlckn meanwhile was on bis way fleetly dotnt the avenue Officers pursued and a lot of shots ere invl but Hendricks got away Who hilled u stole the Glenlitten Jewels Sfe Tomorrows DAMONIGOU CO You may replenish every linen and bedding need at greatly reduced prices during our timely January White Sale Now is the time to check over your linen closet Come early tomorrow for selections are limited Sheets Pillow Cases Our Standard sheets and nllloiv COKCS are free from stnrcliy filliiifj and fully eijual in texture weight and wearing qualities to moro expensive nmls CUiOO noK Xc nnt 1 O each J i 1 B3x50 Inch for single bed size 1 O I each CSxSO Inch for single bed size OP h eac 72x30 inch for each 81x80 innh each 81x99 Jnch for full bet size each 81 xOO inch llemstitclxjd 1 OA Sheets each tplOU 36c 42x36 inch Pillow Cases each Towels and Toweling Stevens Boott Towels Toweling 23C Turkish Towels White 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