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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                totm ii JO MASON CITYGLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY FEB 1929 Wi X r vv DOUGHERTY FARM INSTITUTE OPENS Stoader and Hansen Will Give Addresses on Farm Problems Dr M A Hauser of the extension service at Iowa State college at Ames was In Mason City Monday morning oil his way to Dougherty where he was scheduled to give the opening ad dress on limestone legumes and fer tilizers at the farm Institute there at oclock Ha will also address the institute on livestock diseases Dr Hauser and Dr K W Stouder also of the extension service at Ames will take part In four farm Institutes In Cerro Gordo county this week Be Dougherty they will be at Ply mouth Tuesday ana Wednesday at Clear Lake Wednesday and Thursday and it Swale Jala Thursday and Fii day At Dougherty there will a pro vram Monday evening at oclock where the program will Include or numbers Cerro Gordo county stunts poultry work by Floyd county and humorous readings She Tuesday program will include ft discussion on poultry by Dr Stou der and a talk on the judging for women by Miss Marlon Smith At oclock In the afternoon Dr Stoudcr wll talk on Billion Dollar Swine Dis eases Tuesday evening another public program will be held Including a talk by Dr Stouder stunts fay Butler and Franklin counties and a boxing match Insurance Claims Approved at Osage T OSAGE Feb Insurance adjusters who are here to nss on the claims of those whose effects were lost n the fire last Monday have al lowed the that Robert Temple ton hadon his household goods the that Dr G A Lott had on his office andmost of the that Andrew Elllngson and Emll Braun on their stock and fixtures in the Arcade pool hall The Bee Hive insurance for was granted Fri day on the buildings are un der consideration Five Criminal Charges Face Forest City Court FOREST CITY Feb crim inal charges face the coralne term of the district court which will convene In Forest City Monday with Judge F Edwards presiding Four men areheldto thegrand jury on various charges Victor Adams Is held on indictment charging him with wife desertion The grand Jury will go Into action Tuesday while the trial jurors are called for service Monday morning the secondweek of court JudgeOverrules Move for New Vaueghn Trial BURLINGTON Feb Vaueghn convicted of slaying1 Max Shepler on Huron Island will be sentenced Tuesday for lecond de gree murder Judge James D Smyth overruled his motion for new trial Lindberghs Mother on Way Back Home GENOA Italy Fab t Evangeline Lindbergh mother of the famous aviator arrived here today aboard the steamship President Wil son enroute home after spending alx months in Constantinople where she taught chemistry at the American coj lege Mrs Lindbergh will leave for Mar seilles tomorrow and thence will pro ceed directly to New York During hep stay here today she visited the house of another trans Atlantio pioneer Christopher Colum j bus WILL NOT WED Railroad Man Killed NEW LONDON Feb 4 L Baird 30 Galesburg 111 a brakeman on the Burlington railroad was killed nearhere when be slipped and fell beneath his train Burial will be atAlbia his former home Tho privilege of Hie floor a rare honor tovisitors was grant ed in the assembly of the New York Statae legislature to Jean Blocli 4 daughter of Assembly man Maurice li Bloch of New York Jean Doris bowed sat down without a word and began toying with her doll as astute scions debated about water power and prohibition King George Allowed to Sit Up in Chair LONDON Feb Another stage In the progress of King George oward better health has been passed Yesterday his majesty felt so well and ils strength had Increased so much lis doctors found it possible to move ilm from his bed to a chair placed at he window of tho sick room so that he infffht enjoy the sunny Osage Man Winner OSAGE Feb McGhan lo cal agent for an Insurance company stands at the head again this year for having wrlttenthe mostInsuranceof all the other agents innortheastern Iowa He and Mrs McGhan also their daughter and daughterinlaw Mrs O J Gilchrist of Charles City and Mrs Virgil McGhan of Osage go to Des Moines Wednesday to attend a bantjuet for Insurance agents and their families Country Church Burns MILO Fet 4 Sunday des troyed Browns Chapel a Melhodlst church near liere with loss of Because she has agreed not to wed for a period of five years Salty Blane movie actress U to receive from 110 to 5600 a week for her services She is shown in superior court at Los Angeles balancing her movie contract in one hand and a wedding ring in the other just before signing Hie contract DOGGONE DOG IS UNCONSCIOUS AFTER FOREST PARK BLAZE CHICAGO FeT 4 rea son no one said Doggone after the tire at O H Caldvvells houso last night was on account of the llfesavlng qualities of the Forest Park pulmotor Flora a chow was snoozing in the house while the family was away An ember popped from the open grate and set fire to the liv ing room Firemen put it out but Flora was overcome by smoke Dog gone Inquired a specta tor as a fireman carried Flora out Not yet said Fire Captain Lang The pulmotor sQimd worked half an hour after which Flora was able to sit up and scratch Engine Trouble Forces Western Air Flyer to Bring His Plane Down XELTOJT Utah Feb 4 Andert airmail pilot flying between Boise Idaho and Salt Lake City rode n borrowed horse thru several milen of deep snow to Kelton last night to report to his company In Salt Lake ly telephone that engine trouble had forced him down Anderta report that he landed In a snow covered field near here without damaging his plane ended a search started when he failed to arrive in Salt Lake city on time Correct this sentence Shes just a normal average girl said he who wouldnt tell a tiny fib to keep out Review Quick relief for since 1889 A man who was just paying off a bricklayer for three days work sar castically added v Wonder what a hen would think If she knew how mich bricklayers 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Given Honor Pins for Achievements HAMPTON Feb Camp bill and Truman Elliott were awarded the honor loyalty andcourtesy pins by student body of the hlsh school These pins are gold and are given each semester to the boy and girl students who are outstanding In honor loyalty and courtesy Elect nt Ilnmnton HAMPTON Feb members of the Hampton Country club have chosen W Robinson as president for the coming year Morris JilcNIe is the new vice president and F H Kiflgeway was reelected secretary treasurer Tht new members on the board of directors are A H Luke Wayne Ferris F E Eamey R A Wood and Charles Peterson Starts Ruild Ice Harvest RTJDD Feb J Kennedy local iceman started on his Ice harvest Thursday John Struben Rites Are Held Near OSAGE Feb conducted by the Rev F A BranerJ wereheld In the St Johns Lutheran church In Cedar township I Friday afternoon for John Struben 62 who died Thursday at tho home of his sister Mrs Gus Miller Mr Struben was born in Germany and came to this country with his 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