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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                V Mason City News on This Page AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES EVENTS FRIDAY JAN 18 1929 If Second Section Jan 21 and Charity MJnstrcl Show at CecH theater j Jan W Booster dinner for rtlils of all departments Jan bail at armory Jan City Rotarians to he auests of local club Jiin 2DY W C A annual meeting to bo he at the T W Feb Association of fourth annual Valentine hall at armory IVli club will present Gros marionettes In high school auditorium for matlnes and evening performances eij City News In Brief Tatft with Pratt S mortgage nincJs SlOO and UD Phone 9S1 lror coal phone Kelnn at M C Loan Investment Co for 1st Mtgcs Insured Bonds Gild Edge Invs jitj 4 Willis G C Uagley president ot the First National bant is in Minne ipoli3 on business a Car Ioonhivnlas Off car S1150 de lilcrcd Kolun Coal Co Ph 506 KcKutar Salunlny night dance Jan ll K C hall orcliestni Uenls 5c ladies 3Sc X The GlnucfiuzGtlc is in receipt of a f copy ot the new World Almanac it licinj lie fortyfourth annual issue 1 It is larger olid more complete this year than ever before 1 i Another car of suucrinr West Vir splint on trnek SO50 Ph 561 Very very special at iwuffgii Boot lD5 New Main Kloor i JuilKF Joseuli 1 Clark and Judge M 1 1 Kepler made an assignment ot ia iiiy eities at 10 oclock Friday morn 1 Ins Jury cases arc scheduled to start 4 Monday morning Good 5873 coal Youll liUe it and reorder Call Allison 131 Citiinlr Agent Marion E Olson ami other ropresenlatives of Ccrro Gordo county returned Thursday night from Des Moliies where they attended the state Jarm Bureau federation meet Thc regular Elks bridge parly scheduled for Monday night Jan 21 will ho postponed on account ot the I Kltis Minstrel show at the Cecil thca I lor on Ian 21 and Senator K W Chirk who started MM career as a solon in the Iowa leg st week is Iiomc to spend lid with his family Anxiety condition of Mrs Clark th fpted him to break away from activities at the state capital 1cry very Mieeial at New Swiissa Bool SI93 Mew Hitz Gaiters 1SO Main Floor f Tlio original Art Shooks orelieslra worliins under name of Tunica jOjIonJalE will play Satunlny nile January JJtli Kugles Uall 50c 25c On 11 tour nf tho United Slates Iirs Jake Carstens and Alias Marie Miller Jiulstein Germany are visit ing at the D Carstcns homo at Jourlli street southeast Upon com rlclion of tliclr stay licro they fu to Tlockivell to be the yticst of Mrs Overbalce Tho women liavo touied thru uortliern United JStotca and will return to Ucrmury visited tho majority of in the Union The Assislant 1astor a new weekly publication of tlie Church of Christ made its appearance IYiday A C Stowe pastor of the church Is Ihe editor while W 13 Elmers and Vtrgll J licks are tho business man agers The publication contains news items about members of tlie congrega tion as well as general articles of special Interest to the church mem be PM CITY TOGET FIRE PREVENWSURVEY COMMITTEE TO HOLD SERIES OF MEETINGS HERE Chief Shire Announces He Efficiency Sys tem in Station The offer of tlie Iowa State Fire prevention association to make a sur vey of Mason City jn the interest of eliminating fire hazards and educating the public In methods of avoiding con flagrations was accepted by the Cham ber of Commerce fire Prevention com mittee at a meeting In the Hotel Han ford Friday noon This survey will bring approximate ly CO specialists to Mason City and all of the downtown and public buildinKS will undergo an inspection It was al so voted by the committee to mahe an Mrs Blaise Tells What Christmas Fund Bought Happiness Brot to Many by Generosity of Globe tiazette Readers Administrators Report Shows An accounting for the Christ mas fund raised thru the Globe Gazette for Masoji Citys needy waa provided Friday by Mrs T T Blaise secretary Of the Social Welfare league and administrator of the fund The itemized expendi tures follow 1650 1S83 3203 2200 2528 750 J5J51 3600 Art Putter and his i o flre clown here on that occasion The suggestion also was made that the survey be associated with the annutl spring cleanup campaign The committee also decided to In vito various classifications of mcrI chants to n series of meetings for JlsI cussion of fire prevention as It opj Plies to the respective establishments These meetings will be addressed by Ritz Gaiters I Chic Dan Shire In the next six months meetings of srarage owners druggists grocers drug goods store managers and cafe operators will be held Each gathering wilt be told aliout the hazards parti cularly applying to its typa of busi ness At the suggestion of Charles II Barber a member ot the committee an effort wilt be made to have Chief Shire appear before local P T A meetings in educational fire preven tion talks Prank IBonner chairman of the committee and the presiding of ficer at the meeting Friday was placed in charge 01 this The committee voted to recommend to the Chamber of Commerce directors liiit a medal be furnished each year to go to the member of the fire de partment making tlie best record in the efficiency system which Chief Shire installed with the opening of this year Under this system each fire man Is graded on a report en various phases ot the work hud TEuth E Swingen instructor of piano violin Hotel Hanford CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the fraternal or dcri and friends for tho floral gifts find kind assistance nt the lime of the passing away of our husband brother arid father Silas G Parker MRS C G TARKKn STKVK PARKEfi CLAKUNCE P PARKER TUSHBHrtT PAKKJSR Install 1 uverno lan nl Liuerne 18 The AVoodman FORBES GIVES 30 DAY SENTENCES Sends Two More to Jail for Long Terms on Intoxica tion Charges Judge Lotvell Forbes continued to hand out 30 day Jail sentences Thurs day morning or intoxication After giving four offenders the limit Wed nesday he repealed Ills action 1riday and sentenced Sully DB Will anil Ocorgo Novalc to serve So days in i ho county jail for drunkenness Po lice said these men had been up on the same charge a dumber of times previously Frank Beach forfeited SU bond wnci he failed to appear to ans wer an intoxication charge George Boyeaa tailor was fined and costs for assault and battery af ter Joe Robinson of Robinsons cloth ing store complained that Boycas had attacked him with a heavy woodtn paddle shaped instrument used In tail oring Boyeas who has a tailoring shop over tho Robinson store said there liai been some argument over Robin sons failure to repair the plaster in the rooms he was renting for his shop Candy and nula Meat Clothing Money loaned to be turned and rent Tojsj Shoos Groceries Laundry Milk Coal TOTAL This was substantially the sum raised by and reported thru the GlobeGazette In addition to this Mrs Klaise received direct to tier office 530 five or it bwng from S Ij VVrisht of Los Angeles and C M T C POST Will Serve Again as County Chairman of Military Association Lieut William E Dorr has been re appointed to serve as county chairman of the Military Training Camps asso ciation for 1029 it was announced These camps under the auspices o tho government are held during July and Auust tbruout the country for men and boys between the ages of 17 and M years Quotas for each camp are being more rapidly filled each year ag the campg become more widely Icown While tho membership campaign proper does not start until sometime in March any one ivho is interested may secure information from Lieutenant Dorr before that time lie said The enI campments are for 30 day periods and are held in this corps area nt Fort DCS Moines Fort Sncning and Fort cnworth the remaining 525 from some friends who did not wish their names published Thus there re mains on hand according to Mrs Blaise to be expended dur ing the remainder of the winter We ars unable said Mrs Blulse to express our great ap preciation of the returns from your appeal for the Christmas funds The type of purchases made have been shaped by the ap lieals which were made to the of fice Last year we spent more in proportion for clothing than ror food and fuel but this year we were pleased that We were able to feed so many lnmjry people and to buy the much needed fuel As head ot the central clearing agency in JIason city Blaise is in a position to bo more conversant with the needs the city poor than any other person and llio GlobeGazette has felt n surcd that her admiiiisti jilon ot the Christmas fund would be both intelligent and effective ing Thursday nre J r Stevens Plv ttiouth president F F Stoltcnbcrg vice president Frank Paul secretary and James E Trcslon Rockwell treasurer The directors reelected arcF F Stollenberg M J Mulligan nnd A lietjens of Mason Cily and Geoie F MoorheaO O n Cain and C O Miller or Clear Lake CARU OF THANKS We wish to express ouv thanks to ur friends and neighbors the M C C I M n Co and car menfor their sympathy and floral offering during the sickness and death of oui brother SIR AND MRS C El MULLAX MR ATVD MRS Vf F COOGANJ MR AND MRS T F CUljTl MR AND MRS W IT CHUTE MR AND MRS F E STANLEY CRESS HAS NEW ROLE EDITOR OF IOWA SHERIFF Local Official Selected to Launch Publication for State Association Sheriff G E Cres playing a rRW as editor has nearly finished the work of compiling muteriul for the first edition ot the Iowa Sheriff a new monthly magazine for pence of neers that will make its first appear ance early in February The niaga xmc will be the official organ of the Stato Sheriffs asocial ion and was propose at nhuu mnler enco held ia DCS Molncs Dee IS Jl and 20 It will contain several features in Hiding n bank pruleetion ilepurlinent 11 identification department n men wanted department jiTto special fea ture arllcles by lending law enforce ment men nnd editorials Sheriff ress slated To nnliiin lllrrilnrv In addition the first issue will con lam a complete directory of every vliciiff deputy and rhior ot tlio stuto together with his office and residence telephone numbers This will provide a means whcruby any offi cer can got into almost Immediate touch with officials In oilier parts of Hie stale If it becomes nceewmry will eliminate Inss ot lime in em orffcncios by establishing quicker jonimiiiitcatlon At the convention held In Dos oities Jn December cllssnllsf lent Ion wns expresseil will tho present so called peace officers magazinos which are suscribcd to by officers In tlio slate All ot the now received are published In dlitint points in other states and are ot little practical value to the officers of Iowa it was stated Sheriff Named Tdlitor To improve this situation it was de culed to publish a magazine literally uf 1y and for Inwans sheriff Cress was named first editor ot the magazine It will be published al DCS Molncs and will be distrluulcd to every peace officer j he stc vigilantes and manufacturers ure ex pected o stiscribo to it albo for tho service It wil offer thorn Articles will appear by authentic on such subjects as county jail sys tems juvenile crime and its causes and methods of handling criminals Sister of Mason City Man Dies in Minnesota T D Coalman Jlason City and Prarifc Coohman Clear Lalte liave received word of death of their sister Mrs Lucy Winegate Mabel Minn Funeral services will xheld at JIabel Sunday and burial will be made at Bunoak She had no other living rela tives except her two brothers hero mid at Clear Lake ttork Island Man Killed ROCK ISLAND ILL Jan IS limes Il Simmon SS was killed yes tcriliy when i drum containing crank case draining Miilniled Dr Stella Mason Talks on Italy at Immanuel League FARMERS MUTUAL ENDS BIG YEAR Officers ReElected for Com ing Year Risk in Force Tho reelection of officers for the coming year and a review of the o he patt year fea tured the annual meeting of the Farmers Mutual Insurance associa tion in the room at the courthouse Thursday The report of Frank Paul who has been secretary qt tlie organization since 90C showed that stnuo tile company was organised in ISSG there has been a gradual and substantial growth until tlie risk in force at the present time is more than This figuro was Increased by more than in the pist year Tho average cost of each risk IK for the past five years Tho officers reelected at tho meet DOCTOR SHOWS QUICKEST WAY TO END HEAD COLDS Many Here Who Try Pleasant Hospital Method At Home Get Instant Relief Doctors realizing the o in dealing a dl liaugeahlc weather are now advlsln lionie use of a pleasant Imspital m Iliod that has given siiniriflngly quick results to vnsl mnnijvrs of Mason Cilv pcopln I Tf tVilklns for examplo had 110 Slceted his cold for a iloy or so aftfi ho liirt IJOKTIIH to sneeze niul cough Kxatninalion showed that one of his nasal tulies was badly congested liis lliront was fnflamcd and the cold wis spreading rapidly causing fear ot imeumonia rioctora then Rave him tloiible strength duses of Ayeis Cherry iCc concentrated mixture wild chfrry terpln hydrate and other in Dr Dr on her ay VV hall The husbands wives and families ot the members were Invited fa nnd there ixas a large gathering Otter installation the tables were nrransed and a two course supper was served e ooman viinon on jicr nnd I loyal Neighbors held Joint instalImpressions nt Italy at the monthly SL Inllou list Tijesday evening In tho 3 Batherinp of tlio Tiitjier Icague iv A TH i i or jjUthcran church Thursday evening Other numbers on tho program In cluded two numbers by tho church or chestra a piano duct by Miss Wallskos and Miss Ellen Landgren a vocal solo by Mrs B T Erholm and a violin duet by Oscar OGrecn and Henry Herfindalil The new officers ot the league as sumed their duties at this meeting officers are B Scttcrberg president Mrs Douglas Mcls vice president Carl Olson secretary and Mrs Cecelia Gtistafson treasurer For Rent Offices on 2nd floor of New Kresge Building Also fine office suite in BagleyBeck Building over J C Penney Co CALL ALLAN F BECK Kresge Bldg Phone 134 Throat sore TONSILINE gradients which have rollcvcd oven Ihe most ex t re inn hospital cases tho very first pleasant swallow hr foil ils coniforltng lioating his nose priSfwiKpri down his cboBt Almost iininediiilcly his head nnd filial Ijpgan 10 up nnd in an onrr day so Ilirduclor rPiiorts thrrc wns no traca 1fL ot Ihe Note Olhc nil certified I THEATER Mon and Tues January 21 and 22 n frw plpiisnnl upounsful of Ayrra IVclurul nniv and vuli will 11eol lilii a Mfreivnt IMMTOHI Kimoi roiv Undersell hy all drugyisls AYEICS rcoLDs HOSPITAL CERTIFIED Elks Charity Minstrels 1ut in of iool Jokes Hjirinlilrin tl iloxcu or yo of Illo bcsl sons Him ailtl a liltln fainv ilamins you ilonn all this ytiull njioi ll arr ur sb Tickets Itenefit ICIIis Jlmrity Iunil UESKKVATIONS KKGINMNG KIUDAV MOKMNC RICHER DIVISION REACHES FIRST IN Y M C A DRIVE Pattons Team Jumps From Last to Fourth in List of With goal ot 300 rmewala and 150 new members to keep tlio mem bership of the association at the levrl it has been the past year the cam paign under the leadership of J J Daniels continued Friday to reach out to nil ever increasing number of young nen in Mason City Sam Richers division nosed itsjlt The Plnce Youve Henri Annul SHOE Repairing HAT SHOE SHOP 117 South Federal Mnxnn Cilv MARSTONS DEPENDABLE USED CARS lit1618 So Delaware ahead ot Ti Baumsartners asgrc tntlon and was leading in the cam paign with Mr Baumsartnura co Jiorts second liny wna n tnU place while Roger Vattons division jumped from lost pUice to fourth Plans are being formulated for a cilitatiiig the taking ot meinbursiiip of those in tho boys department Railroad Stock Agent Dies CEUAR RAPIDS Jan IS D Cutter TS genera livestock agent of Chicago A Xorlhvvestorn rail road for 35 years died here yester day PHONE 888 BEFORE ITS TOO LATE Phone orders hmnlled TlgM Yon can trust us to uae tho same care j on would yourself use in ticiirilng the coal and placing in tho lnal bin It Is tliat individual service our ciis diners appreciate Fireside Fuel Company 1011 S federal Gruens name gives added pleasure In KlccUng j ujtch or youraelf or as a gift you of course want beauty and timekeeping dependability But there ia another value to be obtained without citra cost in the purchase of i pride that coines from owning the the pleasure of hiving it recognucd by your friends MURRAY JEWELRY CO M If V WUCJ whole family will enjoy the cheerfulness mnd freshness hat new will bring to home See Ihe grrai of sllracltve pittcrni in ihe urn pic booki bcTore seTect ing Charmingpapers for every room at reajonable cost The Home Decora Book pic lurea tnanv inter eating ways of using them LOWNSBERRY CRAIG BROS TAINTING 1AIttlUNG AND DECORATIMJ OILS COLORS Ihoncs Myrtle B Johnston Starts Demonstration Work in Farm Bureau Miss Myrtle B lolinston TICW homo demonstration ngent for Ccrro and Hancock counties has arrived in Mason City and will Ijefin her work anionff tlie women of this county next week The demonstration nffnnt this year will ho in charge only of Ccrro and Hancock counties white Worth counly will be isTOlnted with Throat irritation inflammation difficulty in swallowing and other unmistakable signs of sore throat are conditions that can speedily develop into serious ilk Be warned by diem Tie no chances with cureall antiseptics 01 hit or miss readies but use one remedy made especially for else ouccessiully used for over 30 years At your drug Kotpital psts 35c and 60c tax SIM TpNSlllLINE The National THC nxnmM co Throat Remedy OUtTOHOHIO NEW LOCATION Horace S Beemer D D S SPECIALIST nd Extraction of Teelfi Over J f Penney Company For Rny Scncy will noil you a tieaiiliful Dia mond ring and you Ret full vahio any time on a larfier stono ON DISPLAY Chevrolet 1929 Ton and OneHalf Six Cylinder Truck and Cab This is the lowest priced truck on the American Market Four wheel brakes four speed trans mission bumper and steel disc wheels Come in and see this wonderful truck value S R Chevrolet Phone 753 IS SOWASHINGTON AVE R M Slincs Prop FASTER FOOD SERVICE NOW rike many eaten and Drills in the larprer cities The Olympia is now prepared to offer fluid service1 IarKe steam table lias hcen installed in front nt the soda fountain Now hot food served fjuicker at all hours Sandwiches salads pastries comiilclo linirlieonette 33c to fic all served it Hie from of The Olympla and faster No waititis your order and youll be served right iiwny Youll like tills better improved service fcalurc llifeli nualliy food as always Tlie Olympia standard ot never lowered 9 North Kcderi The Olympia Mason Cily Regular Saturday Night DANCE KCHall January 19 ART PUFFER and his Orchestra coming here from Kansas Cityeight pieces Featuring brass and sax trios Hot and Sweet All High Class Entertainers GENTS 75c LADIES 25c Everybody Invited   

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