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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa r MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 7 1929 PTVEi IjSnowbound Village in Mitchell Is Reached by County Snowplow OSAGEFeb a vil lage In tho northeast corner ot the county has been snowbound for two weeks and roads to it were opened by Ir weeks IV the county snowplow Tuesday and the residents were all out to greet It Sher iff Art Hunserford and H E La Rue followed tho snowplow and were the first outsiders to reach the llttlo ham let What the world heeds Is fewsr cranks nnd more Miiilisim Democrat Carpenter Declamatory Winners Are Announced CARPENTER Feb fleclam atory contest was held Tuesday night at tho high school auditorium The following students were awarded ftrst places Kenneth Zuehl oratorical Grace Ellingson dramatic and Gene Gerloch humorous OLD 22 In 1928 GAINS over MILLION DOLLARS CHARLES CITY NEWS St Johns Lutheran Saddler in Court Again Church Heads Named CHARLES CITY Feb of St Johns Lutheran church coun cil were elected Monday evening as follows President Joe Kitchercr vice president Paul sominer secretary A A Koebrlck building and grounds W A liartman chairman ushers Albert Wolff II C Horn A A Koebrick and Paul Sommers supplies W H Nie mann Joe KItcherer Irving Nieman and A A Koebrick organixations Joe Kitcherer Albert Wolff Irving Nic man and peter Lamp membership H C Horn Peter Lamp Irving Nieman and A A Koebrick License Penalties Collected by Treasurer CHARLES CITS Feb Ing to County Treasurer A B Hegel 325 was collected In penalties on au tomobile licenses during the month of January There were 6l9 cars and 54 ruclts licensed The laet day of Janu ry registered license number 4112 During 192S there were 5500 issued MORE THAN 300 Increase iKe grectesf growfK in all cigareHe tiisfory AND ONLY TWO YEARS OLD Dodse Ebert HeElected CHARLES CITY Feb B Dodge and Fred Ebert were reelected nesidcnt and vice president oE the Charles City Building and as iociation at a meeting held Tuesday vening New loans In the sum of 5000 were accepted The assets of the ompany now exceed lo2000 WHAT SMOKERS THINK OF OLD GOLD A COUGH IN A CARLOAD I Famous Recipe For Stopping a j Severe Cough jj Youll be pleasantly surprised when you make up tliia simple homo mixture and try it for a distressing cough or chest cold It lakes but a moment to mix and costs little but it can bo upon to filve quick and last ing relief Get OUHCPS of Piiicx from any druggist Pour this into a pint battle then Jill it Tvlth plain sugar pyrnp or strained honey The full pint thus made costs 110 more tUuu a BUI nil bottle of readymade medicine yet it is mueu more effective It is keeps perfectly and children love its pleasant taste This simple remedy has R remark able threefold action It pocs right to the seat of trouble soothes away the inflammation and loosens tbc germ loden phlegm At the snmo time it is absorbed into the blood where ifc acts directly upon the bronchial tubes and thus helps inwardly to throw off the troublo surprising case Pinei is a highly concentrated com pound of genuine Norway Pino con taining the active ngent of creosote In a refined palatable form and Unowii as one of the greatest healing apenta for severe coughs chcet colds and bron chial troubles r Do not accept n Ior Finer It is guaranteed to give prompt relieC or money refunded Special Selling of New SPRING FROCKS Styles That Are Ultra Smart and Infinitely Varied Newest Colors 14 90 Smartest Materials I 35 Winter Coats Formerly Priced to This special selling offers a smartselection of frocks with which to replenish the winter wardrobe They are NEW in fashion fabric and advance mode frocks that are increasingly smart as the season advances Seldom will you find such dis tinctive frocks at this moderate price to Chjc Scarfs Find a Renewed Welcome Fashion Is Faithful to the Low Flare The Mode Breaks Into Fresh New Prints Bows Continue to Tie Chic to Fashion on Damage Charge CHARLES C1TT Feb case of Sheriff p A Saddler vs W P Up hnm is being tried before a jmy ana expected to be completed by noon today Testimony of the plaintiff shows tlie sheriff was returning from New Hampton where lie bad been called when a woman was killed hy an automobile when he met an auto mobile driven by Mr Upham who was on tho wrong side of tho road A col lision occurred and the plaintiff is ask ing 300 damages to his car Mr Up ham admitted on tho stand tie was on the wrong side of the road but was blinded by the Ushts of the approach Ins car ELM A BANK CASE OPENS AT GRESGO Day and One Half Taken to Question Jurors Picked From 70 Names GRESCO Feb the pros pects oC a long drawn out trial of pos slbly a month or six weeks the Elma ban It case opened in tho district court of Howard county at Crcsco Wednes day with Juflge C Heed presid ing After a full day and a half of nues tlonlng Jurors the necessary 12 were out oC 70 named which fa nearly double the usual number from which tho jury is drawn ami Tho at torneys commenced tnltingr evidence Wednesday forenoon The case Is entered as State of Iowa vs Samson B Despres and tho indictment charges the defendant with receiving deposits in the Farmers bank when the Institution was tnsol vent Altorneyg for the state are C N Houck Uocorah and L Barker Cresco Tho defense is represented by McCook Lyons and El wood El wood oC Cresco Mrs J Wichern Rites Are Held at Whittetnore WlllTTKMORE Feb services were hold Monday at tho church the Rev William Fanlsttcli officiating for Mrs John Wichern She was born In Hanover Ger many in April 1S5G Threo sons sur vive Henry John and William who llvnnn farms noniTylor Minn To Hold Union Meetings CHAIUE3 CITY Feb Min isterial association took action to hold a series of union meetings during the week preceding Holy Week tho dates being1 March IS to 22 Inclusive A committee headed by the Rev W 3T president and pastor of the Central Methodist church has been appointed to make definite plans CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY Feb first group meetings of the Congregational church club werehehl Wednesday afternoon at the homes ot Mrs R C Holfing Mrs C F Dlnkel Mrs P A Saddler Mrs W M Ellis Mrs Isaac Frederickson and Mrs IT Voreck Tho division which wns to have mat at tho home oE Mrs TV L Gritfin hadto omit their meeting as the maid as taken ill with scartet fever Tho county superintendent schools visited schools yesterday in Nora Springs and some In the vicinity ot Floyd and Kiuld Gno Morean will be hostess to the auction brirtgo club at her home tonight Tho rural eighth grade examlna ftons Trill oo conducted Thursday and Friday In tho various towns In the I county and in tho city hull In Charles City i W IT Hcinenmn WHS removed to his homo from thc Cedar Valley hos Iillil where is has been since his car went Into the ditch and he hrolto his leff Alleged Liquor Found in Raid at Nashua by Officers of County NEW HAMPTON Feb that mado by ClilcUnsaw cnmty officers ami officers nn liouso In tile Bontii part of Nas Wednesday moininp netted about two nuarla ot alleged plcoliol in pint Intlf pfnt bottJes nnd 10 gallons of al Icged home brew in tho making i is snM VVlifJe nuiklnJio 5earch Uilbert 2 son of Holxjrt Momterg of Chnvles City wus allowotl to go in hJs Trt3rooni ami Hiess nnrl flf cfCEipod thni tlifi vlndow Aftor lilfl dlfiappcaranee Uncov ered officers KIVO chnie iverf iniulilo to catch him ho bcinrdefl north hound Illinois Cnnlrat frolR triin ihat tris just pullins out of Nashua for ChnrUj City Officers nt City were TiotiCIcO immedia nnrt he was captured tliero after a olinso had Ijeen made by tliowe nn thtiritles was taken to New ITftmp tvn and was charged with maintaining a lltiuor Tiiilaancc At the preliminary licarlnpr whJcli was lieTd In the jtisllci court of 1 Eabcock afternoon was bound over in the grand jury of Ihn Fohnmry term of district court which meets Fob 25 antt placed under n U00n Iiond which ho hag been unable to furnish an yet JUombcr vis a Tvttnepn far tlio rrifntirf In the ilnmana suit nsadist WhnrlfC T A Surtdleiat Charles City I recently I Customs Official Is Victim of Acid Thrower Feb 7 iivlntr that a member ol a narcoLiu ifjff or a youngman acquaintance of iis daiiRhter may have been resporsi iile federal and city detentives todny an aold thronar wlm attacked Joseph L Green 40 a customs otti cial while slept Green field chief of customs Inapcc i tors and guards at port of Phila I and noted for ills nrosccu i lions of Bmucgiing cases remained in 1 i hospital hn face neck and ciiest arod with ncld I Physicians fenrert for his eycalRht Orchards Declamatory Winners Are Announced ORCHARD Feb annual hool declamatory contest was held Tuesday evening Mie results being as follows In orntoripnl Julian Iick won first nnd Morw second In dramatic I cIrace Tanner won first and Marinn Mark second and In humovous Ttuth lUintcr won first and Prcwer second Aflss Joan Sinclair Osage wns tbc critic MUKC furnished part of the evenings entertainment Riots in Pennsylvania Jail Have Been Quelled NC Pa Feb 7 Quiet prevailed today in tho Berks county jail where disorders among the ISO prisoners woio niieUcd last nlprht by state city and county police with riot runs and tcnr frns cnmha A heavy po llfo trnard pnrolled the corridors af Icr lrjt Ihe prison in nn irinoar for tour f DAMONIGOU CO TOMORROW BEGINS A SALE of SUNBEAMS Real Thrills for the Seeker of Inexpensive Frocks If you marvel at their price DO you suppose will happen when you actual ly sec them in all their colorful reality Gndless Styles for Svery and MISSES SIZES 14 to 20 fabrics of Exceptional Quality The newest tubfast patterns of Dimity FIaxoaBatisteSwazanna and those famous Galcy and Lord Fabrics arc found in much dresses WOMENS SIZES 36 to 46 Ghic Styles for Spring and Summer The Sunbeam designers have con ceived some wonderful styles here when price is considered The first 5295 dresses they ever made and theyre wonderful values Quality Style Service Facts Truth Always Trade where you have confidence Thats our advice to the consumer White or Ecru ruffled curtains ecru has colored stitching All yards long at SJ25 nd A good assortment of Brassieres in brocade and plain patterns Regu lar 60c Friday and A Qc Saturday special Juliet Charmuses an extra fine nnd lustrous sateen 40 shades light and daik a yard wide at Mattress covers of unbleached muslin double stitched and cut large to allow for shrinkage sizes for single bed Double and threequarter 75 size Ladies nainsook gowns in white and colors hand made and hand embroidered 25 special M Mattress pads sizes 54 by 76 price O Cotton Panel curtains all over conventional patterns finished with heavy silky fringe at Shirred ribbon garter belts All elastic garter belts for SJOO 75 Corselette of willow satin and fancy brocade materials SJ25 to Kayser all silk chiffon hose picot top good range of colors and sizes 65 New price JL Gordons all silk chiffon hose nar row heel all new spring shades A Bembergs full fashioned silk hose The wanted colors 00 all sizes for pair J
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