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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY FEB 15 1929 HAMPTON MAN NAMED ON STATE EDUCATION BOARD CALVINS NAME SENT TO SENATE Head of Sheffield Tile Com pany Democrat Urged for Porters Job HAMPTON Feb J Calvin 61 this city long active In democratic politics in Iowa has been appointed a member of the state board or educa tion by Gov John Hammill according to word received here today Mr Galvln who is the head of the Sheffield Brick and Tile works will it his appointment is confirmed by the senate take tlie place of Claude Porter Des Molncs who resigned last November to accept a position on the interstate commerce commission Tha tile manufacturer maintains a fcome In Hampton altho his business b conducted at Sheffield This will be first time that he has held public jtfflce The nomination sent to the fowa senate by the governor today Where jt is said some opposition may Develop as has been the case with tome other Hammill nominations Galvin was a candidate for the jftate railway commission in the last general election SUSPENDED SHERIFF Funeral Services for Marble Rock Woman Held MAHBM3 HOCK Feb for Mrs Sherd Losee who died at her liome here Monday morn were held at the Marble Kock Methodist church Wednesday after peon in charge of1 the Rev A R Interment was in the Hill Sldo jesmetery lierc Jlrs Losee was 55 years of age and Vas formerly Miss Dora Bell Klngs fcury whose mother Mrs S A Kings James B Ottcson slieiUC ot Freeborn vounty lias liceii sus IHMHlwl from offico mill a substi tute named Cor him while tie Is facing trial on a charge of innl feRsancein office French Prince on 7500Mile Journey Across Desert Area ALGIERS Feb 5 Sixto do Bourbon turned explorer Is crossing tho Saraha desert with an automobile expedition ona 7500 mile journey to Lake Tchad jind back again Primarily he is seeking to es tablish land and air routes between Algeria and tlio Central Africa lake Incidentally ho proposes to gather all sorts of scientific information The land is to go straight south mapping a good route but after the immense lake 140 miles long is reached the expedition will wander around Dahomey and Nigeria With the prince are the Count de 3earn the Count de Xcufborg and two French officers HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From the GlobeGazettes 100 Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota jury and brothers Glen Wayne and Tom now live at Hudd Mrs Losesis survived by her hus band and two sons Ranke and Wrate Father of Belmond School Head Dies BELMOND Feb R Wil liatna ot Sibley died at his homo Thursday morning He is tho father of Supt H J Williams superintendent of tho Belmond public schools Sup erintendent Williams loft Sunday for Sibley called because his father had a paralytic stroke Sunday morning H R Williams retired last year from the Baptist ministry after 60 years of service in that church He leaves to mourn his loss his wife and three sons Hervie of Des JUoines Supt R C Williams of Jesup and Supt H J Williams of Belmond Funeral senices will ba held Saturday at Sibley for Mr Williams LEAVES KOH TREATMENT J J Corbctt local Chi cago Milwaukee and St Paul station agent left for Hot Springs Ark for medical treatment VISIT UNCLES IIOMB mid Archie Aldrlch of Jackson Minn are visiting at the home of their uncle Ransom Aldrich who recently met with a serious ac cident when he fell breaking a lilp VISITS IN ROCKWELL Reab went to Rockwell Friday for a week or ten days visit at the George Harms home OBSERVE PRAYER DAY national day of iray will bo observed here today bya joint meeting of the missionary so Aerial Wires Crossing Swea City Streets Are to Come Down Ruling SWEA CITY Feb wires crossing any street or alley in the city must be removed according to a reso lution adopted by the council at its last meeting The first official notice is being published in the local paper Such wires crossing the streets and alleys In connection with the high voltage electric lines form a hazard Should an aerial break and fall against a highly charged wire persons coming in contact with this wire might bo killed Radio owners have until April 1 to remove tUeac aerials from the streets and alloys cieties ot both the Methodist and Con1 company EXAM IAliEllS RECEIVED papers ol 170 pupils of eighth griiita Han cock county rural schoolshave been received in tho office here of Super intendent J R In arith metic and one or two other subjects will not be written until the close ot the school year PORTER RUNS STATION EAGLE B Porter is the new ninn in charge of the Cities Service Oil company station which they recently acquired from the for mer Eagle Grove Oil company As soon as the weather permits a num ber of changes will bo made to con form to tho many other stations in the country which are operated by this A health authority warns that cur rency is covered with gernis Pos sibly thig explains the reason for the editors good Mills Graphic A BlueWhite DIAMOND RING A beautiful aolid white gold mounting set with one larga center gem and two Hery emeralds for added value and beauty A wonderful bar gain offer High Grade Ladies WRIST WATCH A smartly engraved cushion shaped solid white goIO case Tha mounting wHh Its 15 jewels is guaranteed for 10 curacv Jay for It while Genuine Diamond Solid Gold Mounting A new floral engraved solid vliite gold mounting is set with this perfectly cut daz zling bluewhite diamond Another outstanding special gregational churches The meeting will be held Friday afternoon in the D TV Whitten home ANNUAL SALE HELD BOW Brothers and Mil ler held their annual sale spotted Poland China hogs Wednesday Feb 13 They report a successful sale the prices averaging 550 per head ATTEND S1IBBD BITES S A Kingsbury Mr and Mrs W J ICingsbury Olen Kingsbury Mr and D W Dean Mrs O W Robeson and Mrs S F Earriist were among those from Rudd who attended the funeral ser vices tor Mrs Sherd Losee which were held at Marble Rock Wednesday nfternoon Mrs Losee was formerly Dora ICingsbury daughter of Mrs S A Kingsbury and former resident of Rudd SURPRISE PARTS HELD number ot families with well filled baskets went to tho Swan Edwards homo east of Kensett Wednesday evening and gavo them a surprise as they arc moving to Ken sett March 1 VISIT IN DIXON ILL Chester Mollerins la visiting at the homo of Mr and Mrs Fred Smith in Dixon 111 Mr Moellerlngr is attending the John Deero factory school at Mobile 111 V T A TO MEET regular monthly meeting ot the local T A wilt be held in tho high school auditorium Tuesday evening Feb 10 An out of town speaker will be present VISITS DAUGHTER L H Nordseth ot Canby Minn Is visiting her daugh ter Mrs R L Holtz and husband GIRL BORN AT ROWAN and Mrs J C Drurj of Hlghmore S Dak are the parents of an eight and onehalt pound daugli ter Florence May born Feb 4 Both Mr and Mrs Drury were former resi dents of this place FATHER DIES E Perry received news of her fathers death at his home In Huntlngton Beach Cal OELEBRATB ANNIVERSARY and MrsE A Mill er were surprised at their home in Creaco Monday evening when a coro ROADS HINDER STUDENTS ot heavily drifted roadsto Clarion 24 pupils o Wright county close to the Hancock county line wrote their eighth grade examinations here at the request o the Wright county superintendent RETURNS TO TITONKA Anton Pannkuk re turned to her homo in Titonka Thurs day following a few days visit hers with her parents Mr and Mrs Myron Hnsklns Mrs Pannkuk is still suf fering from an arm brokefc in thre places while craneklng their Chcvro 1Ct BRITT CLUB MEETS Brllt Commercial club held Us regular meeting Tuesday night in the new upper rooms of tho Legion building The women wore ciilcrlaincd as guests A 6 oclock din ner was served by the women ot the Congregational Aid after which ail interesting program was given later hours were taken up with danc ing More than 100 were present HAYF1ELD CLUK MEETS Madison Ladies Progressive club held its regular monthly meeting at the Wrar Haltett home Thursday A playlet was given by tho McEdames Guy Chester and A V Geddes and Miss Ethel Gedues BOOKKEEPER LEAVES Maud Reynolds has been bookkeeper at the Far mora CoOperative creamery has re signed her office and will lcnvo soon for a visit with relatives nt Dallas Tex after which she will go to Ponca City Okla where her daughters now reside Mr Harold Stuntz will bo the new bookkeeper at the creamery HONOR KOLL ANNOUNCED girls and 15 boys comprise the honor roll ot Clarion high school for the first half oC the school year These pupils al received grades of B or bettor In all subjects carried PARENT TEACHERS MEET Parent Teachers association met Friday afternoon in the high school auditorium to enjoy a program put on by the teachers ot the Belmond school Miss Elizabeth Waugh muste supervisor furnished music and Miss Helen Bengston first WAVERLY ROBBER MAY BE TRIED Warrant Sent to Minneapolis for Frank Smith Held on Another Charge Feb warrant lor Frank Smith Becund ot tho State bank robbers to bo apprehended has been forwarded to Minneapolis where Smith Is held on another charge and he may bo bvot to for trial Smitli pal oE Frank Devcrs the man who swept up the cash In the robbery of the bank here ia held on a federal charge and offers to take 2o years in prison rather than betried In VVaverly The possible sentence on the State bank holdup would be 10 years to life imprisonment A third man who took part In the holdup is known and a fourth a pal ot thij group had several buckshot removed from his skin in Chicago a few days after the Waverly holdup Clarencs Mohllngr employed In tho bank tired five times at the bandits We Buick sedan with a shotgun as they rounded a corner less than half a block from tho bank The car was located in Huron S Dak whereDevers iiad traded It off 876 She died several years ago Mr Wildman was a lifelong member of heQuaker laitli and engaged in arming in Pleasant township most of ils life He was educated in the vidcnfw academy ftfed at Lollcse at Richmond Ind Heart Disease Claims Bert Argent Prominent Franklin County Farmer HAMPTON icb 35 Argent well known IYnnklin coimiy fanner died Wednesday after nn illness of heart trouble and complications lie was born near Geneva in 1SS1 and liad always lived in this vicinity Funeral services were held at tho homo Vrlilay afternoon at 2 oclock conducted by the Rev R 1 Collis and interment made In tho Hampton cpmctovy WALLACE WILL GIVE ADDRESS Farm Paper Editor to Talk at Clarion Before Co Op Shippers CLARION Feb Wal lace editor of Wallaces Farmer of Des llolnoa lias been obtained as speaker Tor tho annual meeting ot thft Clarion Shipping lion which will b9 held in the OJd Vellows Temple here on Saturday A froo lunch will be served to all tlio farmers of this community at noon aCtor wlilch a business meeting will bo held Including the election of of ficers and directors for tile coming year Pioneer of Hardin County Is Laid to Rest at Iowa Falls IOWA FALLS Feb S Wildman one of the pioneers of Hard In county was burled heretoday He had been in very poor health for sev eral years and died of old age at the home of his son In Radcliffe Mr Wildman ivaa born in Clinton county Ohio March 13 1854 He came to this county with his parents ii 3S59 hiB father being Seneca Wild man one of the earliest settlers in the county O S Wildmrtn was married to Miss Dora Thatcher in Story county IT pany of friends In to remind them ot their 33rd wedainB anniver sary A picnic lunch was served WILL TALK AT KEOKUK EAGLE Rev H A Anderson of the Baptist church es tjecta to leave In a few days for Keo icuk where will deliver a sermon on The Glory of Calvary at the opening session of the Iowa Christian Fundamentalist association The ses sion will be held on Feb 19 and 20 MRS LAMOREUX DIES has been received from Stevensville Mont of the death ot Mrs William Lamoreus Mr anu Mrs Lamoreux together with other members of ths Lamoreux family moved to Montana about two years ago She had been in poor health for grade gave a reading demonstration with some of her pupils Mlgs Mary Sowerwihe who teaches In the Junior high school gave a talk on arithmetic FARSf SALE AT HA5TF1ELD farm sale of Carl Swanson who has farmed the Fred Katter farm the past three years was held Thursday and was onsof tlia largest sales to be held this season Good prices were received Mr Swan son is moving to Osage where he will operate a large dairy farm SISTER DIES Jacob Nattress received word Monday ot tho death No Place Else Can One Dance an Entire Evening For 25 Cents Have You Visltea the American legions Oldtime Dance Every Saturday Night in the Armory Hollys Reorganized Orchestra Will Play Feb 16 Sterling Stands or Quality 5S BEAUTIFUL NEW SHOES Now Ready for SunburnBeige Is Just Gorgeous AS USUAL WE ARE FIRST TO EXHIBIT THE FOOTWEAR THAT IS NEW Smarter Styles Than Ever At We still have some exceptional values in colored and black suede velvet Ask our salesman about them Ku Do the Best Mens Wrist Watches artly shaped crises with Ladies Wrist Watches r t w r i a t BROS LIVERGOOD N BUSINESS A Smidt proprietor of the Smldt cafe left Wednesday lor Minneapolis on a busi ness trip HOLD VALENTINE PARTY MARBLE members and friends of the Methodist church held a Valentine riarty and supper in the town hall Thursday evening ATTENDS D M CONVENTION Courtney left Monday for Des Moines where he attending a Hardware Dealers con vention He expects to return Thurs y HOLD CLASS TARTY home of Mrs JT I Morris was the scene of a pleasant jjarty Tuesday evening when sho en tertained the members of her Sundny j school class of young women with games and refreshments The com pany included a few invited guests VISIT IN ROCHESTER MARBLE and Mrs H Merrlck ore spending a few days Rochester Minn j WILL PRESENT PLAY SWEA American Le j glon lias decided to postpone the reg iilar Indoor carnival until the fore I part of April A home talent play will be put oii in about two weeks Characters for the play were chosen the early part oC the week BAPTIST AID MEETS MARBLE the annual business meeting of the Bethel Bap list Aid society the following officers were electedMiss Genevieve Shradcr president Mrs Ruby Arthur vice president Mrs Charles Arthur secre tarytreasurer Mrs John Parker flower committee Mrs Leo Wood and George Foster missionary super intcnuenU Tho meeting was held at the homo of Mrs Major Scott who served refreshments at tho close or tho business session MEN OPEN ROAD crew of men 17 In mimlier went out with shovels Wed nesday night and opened up the rparl out by Will Fankells place This road has been Impassable for nutos for MARBLE ROCKMrs G W Gate has returned from the hospital at Rochester Minn where slio submit ted to an operation LEAVES FOR CHICAGO ROCK Stevko who held a sale northeast of town Wednes day afternoon left tor Ch cago the same evening His son Martin of Chi cago came Tuesday to help Ms father t iia hsen 111 In cea Stevko 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