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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 141929 HEALTH WORKERS OF IOWA MEET AT MARSHALLTOWN 2DAY SESSION OF FOUR UNITS TO OPEN FEB 21 Stephen Douglas New York and Mrs Hopkins Are on Program MARSHALLTOWN Feb lg preparing to enter tain the health workers of Iowa when they meet here Feb 21 and 22 The annual meetings of the Iowa Tuber culosisAssociation the Iowa Heart association theIowa Trudeau Society and the Iowa Sanatorium associa tion will be held simultaneously at thjit time Important speakers on the twoday program from outside the state will bej DrStephen A Douglas Now York executive secretary of the American Heart Association J W Becker St Louis executive secretary of the Mis souri Tuberculosis association and A JF Strawson New York director of field service for the National Tuber culosis association Onthe first days program Dr Douglas will speak on the famous Mllbank County Health unit demon stration Dr Douglas was for many years connected with tuberculosis work In Ohio Another feature of tho first days schedule will be elffht eight minute talks by officers ot state organizations and state officials IncludedIn this list of speakers will be Mis9 Agnes Samuelson superin tendent of public Instruction Mrs B C Hopkins president ot the Iowa Congress ot Parent and Teachers Sirs E Richardson chairman of the women of the Iowa Farm Bureau Fed eration Mrs Roy L Pell represent ing the Iowa department of the Am erican Legion auxiliary Mrs W A Sanford chairman ot the department ofipublfc welfare of the State Federa tion of Womens clubs Bryon Tusant former president ot the Des Moines Klwajils club Mrs Ida B Wise Smith f state president of the Womens Chris tian Temperance union and Vernon D Blank managing director of the Iona j State Medical jsoclety J Whltacre editor of the Marshalltown TimesRe publican will preside over this meet ing Iowa Lost Son Hoax Uncovered Arrest for attempted burglary has disclosed the fact that Stamp who came to Clinton last summer claiming to bo the son ot Mrs Mary Stamp who hail not been henrd of since lie was a small child is in reality Spencer Shaffer ot Columbus Ohio exIowa convict Ho learned of tho missing boy Irani another son of Airs Stamp who was imprisoned with him and decided to perpetrate tho hoax This photo of Kirs Stamp and Shaffer was taken at the time of the reconciliation lost summer HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From the GlobeGazettes 100 Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Funeral Services for Calmar Woman Are Held CALMAR Feb serv ices for Miss Carrie 78 were held today at the Calmar Lutheran church the Rev H A Preus ottlcia Miss Ramberg died late Mon day Atternoon after anIllness ot sev direct ca use of death occurred at the home of Mr andMrs Pete Johnson with whom she had made her home the past sev eral years Her brothers and sisters preceded Jier Jn death and she Is survived by three nephews Lawrence Ramberg of Calmar and Messrs otto and Good win Kamberg of Long Beach Cal Plymouth Declamatory Contest Winners Named MESERVEY Feb home declamatory contest was held Monday Tlje following contestants were win ners Oratorical tlrst Harvey Quandt aecond John Schlagel third Henry Halfwassen Dramatic first Harriet Sprau Humorous first Lyle sec ond Latiena Halfwassen third John Schlagel The three successful contestants will take part in the subcounty con test to be held at Swaledale Feb 19 Judges wero Miss Thomas Miss De Vine and O L Varland all ot Bel Forest City Gets View of Scouts in Action FOREST CITY Feb In honor of the nineteenth anniversary ot th Boy Scouts ot America Troop 13 o Forest City gave a public demonstra tlon At Ui8 high aehool gymnasium Mpnlayevening before a large crowd Earl Anderson acted M master o Various demonstrations and Bongx were gjve tha progress of the pro Rram Hev Dr M D Bush of th FirstSiethodfet cKurchand Rev Joseph Richard of the St James Cath oUocliiirch spoke in behalf of scout ing Scoutmaster EM Salveaon As Blatant Scoutmaster Herman LInfl Commltteemen Emli Anderson Jay Brooker and J C Hanson werr In charge ot the program HOME FKOM MINNEAPOLIS CARPENTER Sias Edwards re turned home from Minneapolis Tues day where he had been for a few days vfslt with relatives and friends HONOR KBNSETT WOMAN KENSETT A number ladles gathered at the Bert Knudsen home Wednesday afternoon in honor ot Mrs A Hoyt The occasion took the form ot a Bhower A number of gifts were left In remembrance of tho oc casion NEW FAMILY AT MITCHELL J W Mason and faro lly arrived Sunday from Burlington up their abode here Kanawha CoOperative ReElects Its Directors XANAWHA Feb At the an nual meeting of the stockhoders of the Farmers Produce company the same directors wero reelected for en other two years James Jiehl E O Ellason Dan Abbae Ernest Cair El mer Engstrom At tho directors meeting following James Mehl wag elected president E B Sheldaiil secretary and Tliomas H Thompson manager Tha secretarys report showed a grood business for tha past year A dividend of S per cent was declared to the stockholders To Teach at Unllverslty IOWA CITr Feb ninth addition to the University ot Iowa session faculty was ait Tuesday when the appoint ment ot Dean1 William E Cox ot the University ot Washington Seattle was matlo public liy Ttonn Phillips ofthe college Jf comiiienC Mr Mason or his nexy business as proprietorof the lor calgarage Ho comes with consider able experience in automobile work and will undoubtedly meet with suc ss MOVJJS TO CRYSTAL LAKE CRYSTAL Elmer Christen en who nos just disposed of his res aurant in Garner has moved here rith his family and will now ba In hs garagebusiness here and will be alesman for the Whippet car He 111 have a couple of partners with im later on ALGONA VETS SPONSOR PLAT The Algona Legion Is ponsorlng a home talent play to be given at tho Call opera house Monday nd Tuesday of next week The name f the play is CO Miles an Hour liss Harriet Twaston Is in charge BREAKS LEG ON SKIS ESTHERV1LLE Lloyd Elwood second grade student here who broke lie leg Saturday while skiing is re ported to be improving today He will probably be confined to the hospital for five or six weeks He is tho small sou ot Mr and Mrsl Elwood HOME FROM CHICAGO GOODELL Joe Finn returned from Chicago Thursday He accompanied a shipment of livestock to market TRACTOR SCHOOL AT GOODELL GOODELL A large crowd ot farm ers from the surrounding territory at tended a tractor school here Tuesday In the town hall Several John Deere men from out of town assisted the local dealer L W Wcsenbcrg RETURN FROM LUTHER CRYSTAL LAKE Mr and Mrs D T Willis returned Tuesday night from Luther where they were called last week by the serious Illness of Mrs Willis father MOVING TO WISCONSIN Roy Bewick who Jiold his farm time ago will have a public auction eals Feb 15 With his family he will move to Ft Madison WIs where hs will engage In truck farming WILL MOVE TO LAKE MILLS JOICE The farm sale of P K Pe teraon was held Wednesday Mr Pe terson will quit farmlmr and expects to move to Lake Mills In the near fu ture BOX SOCIAL SCHEDULED The local lodge of R N A will hold a box social at their hall Friday night Feb 15 ATTENDS WISCONSIN FUNERAL William March left Wednesday morning for Scales Mound WIs whera ho will attend the funer al of his cousin Mrs Mary Bales AT HANLONTOWN CONTEST Mrs Matt Bh mer and daughter Mildred of Albert Lea motored hero Tuesday to attend the declamatory contest HOWS PAIR ARE PARENTS Mr and Mrs Merle Banga living near here arc the parents of a son born Tuesday at Ellsworth hos pital at Iowa Falls This is their sec ond child FIREMEN HOLD BANQUET ESTHERVILLE Tuesday night members ot the Estherville fire de partment and their wives gathered in the city hall for a bannuet and pro gram Fire Chief L T Ccokln was the tonstmastcr Short talks wero given by O H Sillge J P Kostor Frank Camplsano Mayor II M Schloeman and A F WIttc Atten dance was good GIRL BORN AT CARPENTER Mi and Mrs Wil liam Cirlencr are Ibn parents of n Iwihy Mrs GrieniM1 wan formerly Miss Bunhv KirclmcUer VIS ITING AT WHITTE MORE WHITTEMOR in Whittemore this week include Rupert Georger at the Tom Weir home and Helen Collins a registered nurse from Battle Creek Mich at the Matt KIrscIibaum home PLYMOUTH RECEPTION FRIDAY postponed recep tion for the Kraft family on account baj roada and ttorms will be Fri day night at thechurch The com munity Is invited CROWD AT GOODELL SHOW The home talent play under thq aus pices of the Goodell school athletic as sociation played to a crowded house Tuesday night ENTER EASTERN STAR Misses Madeline Finch and Thelma Robeson were initiated In to the order of tho Eastern Star lodge at Nora Springs Tuesday evening RETURNS TO CHICAGO E P Pierce who has been friends in Rudd and nearby towns tha past three months returned to her home at Chicago Wedj nesday j LEAVES M C HOSPITAL i JoeBosch who has been at the Park hospital at Ma son City the past five weeks with crushed foot returned home Tues day It will bp some time before he will be able to work but by the aid ot crutches will be ableto be around some GOODELL MAN IMPROVES L Carpenter is re ported slightly Improved from his serious Illness MOORE TALKS AT AUSTIN ST Rev Otis Moore Methodist pastor here gave the ad dress at a father and son banquet In Austin Tuesday night ENTERTAINS ATSHOWER Mildred Terme hlll entertained several women at shower at her home Tuesday evening in honor ot Mrs Florence Button a bride of a few weeks A dainty lunch was served and many useful gifts left remembrance to show the esteem in which she is held VISITS AT PLYMOUTH Pnnor ot Des Moines drove up on a business trip Tuesday ATTEND SALE IN DOBSLED Several from this attended the John Stufko sals east of Rock Falls Wednesday aoc bobsleds wero very much In evidence INSTITUTE AT BLUE EARTH BLUE EAHTH institute will be held at K C hal Friday Tho principal speakers wll be F W Peck director ot the MIn nesota extension service and R I Donovan farm management and mar ketlng specialist The local Kiwanls club and business men will serve free lunch at noon VISITS AT WESLEY Lawler arrived Tuesday from his home at New Prov Menco for n visit with his sister Mrs John Hutehlnson ENTERTAINS AT LELAND Holland enter talncd nc her home on Tuesday even ing tha Lfilanti S O S a club com prised of ten young women The dec orations and games wero In keeping with the Valentino season AT HARDWARE CONVENTION M Lease eenior member of fbo Loaso and Lease firm is at 15es Moines attending a hard ware cinventlpQ being held there this woek BABE BORN TO WESLEY PAIR nnd Mrs Rao Hutehlnson announce the arrival of a girl at nn Iowa City hospital The little miss has been named Mary Isa bella and has five sister and brothers who will help welcome her home W C T U MEETING HELD Elmo Scarrow en tertntnedtlio W C T U at her homo Tuesday afternoon A study ot the year book was taken up and four new members added to the union WILL LEAVE WESLEY FARM and Mrs John aro getting comfortably la catod In the W A Drcwelow residence this week They sold their house to Hill Kdcn Inst spring nnd expect to movv n from the farm in iiin fu LIGHT FRANCHISE AT CLARION NUB OF COURT FIGHT Iowa Public Service Firm Would Enjoin Building New Plant CLARION Feb first case taken up In Wright county district court this week was that of the Iowa Public Service company vs Municipal Utilities company of Des Moines rind Mayor Tompklns and members of the city council The Iowa Public Service company asked for a temporary In junction restraining the city council from carrying out its agreement with the new company which proposes to build a new light plant in Clarion Attorneys Price and Burnqulst ot Fort Dodge appear for tho service company while the Municipal Utili ties company and the city of Clarion was represented by Clark and Byers of Des Moines and Blrdsall and Archerd and Nagle and Hill of Clar ion Attorneys for the new company and the city acknowledged the exist ence of a contract with the Iowa Pub lie service company and that there was no evidence to show that the city Intended to break the old contract The city acknowledged that the old fran chise and contract were valid and pro posed to liveyUP to same until It shal expire about seven years hence A second suit between the same parties was an allegation that the city ordinance giving a franchise to the Municipal Utilities company was in vaJid for the reason that It was dual also that tho city has no power to ac cept the proposed new light plant as a gift In this case the defendants at torneys cited the fact that the ordn ance under which tho Iowa Public service company was supplying elec tricity to the city was also dual In that case if the old ordinance is il legal the Iowa Public Service com pany Is outsldo the law and has no right to conduct a lighting plant In Clarion The law gives the city the right to erect and maintain a power plant and it would seem only logical that It coajd accept it as a gift after the voters had already ratified the same by a vote of more than three to one These two cases have occupied tlnea days of the courts time this week The situation Is most unique and Judge Fry has stated that he will render his decision in the near future PIONEER DEALER SELLS BUSINESS Tolle Disposes of Hardware Store at New Haven After 54 Years OSAGE Feb F Tolls has sold his hardware store In New Haven to Leo Lockwood after having been In business for fiftyfour years Leo Lockwood la the son Mr and Mrs C A Lockwood prominent farmers Mr Tolle started as a blacksmith and often got up In tha middle of tho night during the busy season to help some farmer repair his machinery He built a blacksmith shop which Is now a poolhall a home now owned by John Meyers another owned by John Welnshenk the ICiones homo the Joe Bauers blacksmith home the hardware store and bis own home Annual Declamatory Contest at Fertile 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