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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Mason City News on This Page AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FEIDAY FEB 15 1929 Second Section EVENTS Kub Joestings Thunder ing Herd basketball teamvs local allstar team at Y gymnasium Feb LeRoy Arnold will lec ture at the Y W C A Feb program at First I Baptist church at oclock Full Frank P Hofmann will present program at Y W C A at oclock Feb Pin Pnsses By at high school by drama department Womans club City News In Brief Talk with Pratt 6 1st bonds and un Phono 881 For coal phoneKehra at 566 LMward Vogel 1601 North Federal avenue left today for Elkader to at tend tha funeral of his grandfather New Barber Shop now open at 20 N Delaware Low rent lowprlces Hair cut 30c Your business appre ciated noy Adlcius prop Keen C Nelson EO to Waterloo Saturday and will help his brother Wado there for several days In the Shipley store Car of Kastcrn Kentucky Block on Plione 663 F H Ciirrie J A Van Ness and G fi AndricU ot tho CurrleVan I Hardware company have rel rned from the state hardware convention in Dos Jlolnes Ktpcrt jewelry en graving Llvergooil Bros Senator K W Clark tif Ccrro Ourdo county voted against ihe cigaret tax when that imiUcr was brot before the state senate Thursday tho roll it jcall shows Thc bill which was de ftt Ifeated would raise the tax on cigarets if two to three cents OuarantecO watcti eervlce at Livergood Bros Stephen IlentKes who has been visiting at the Uonir of Mr and Mrs Edward Hentges 23 Second street has rcturjied to Yankton IS fak PREDICT GOOD PRICES FOR 1929 HOGS Salvation Army Young People to Have Sleigh Party Friday Evening The Young Peoples Lesion of the Salvation Army will have a sleighing party Friday evening with Miss Sylvia Friend In charge Followingtha ride a lunchserved in the Mrs w G Friend wito with hw husband Ensign BMend is in of army work hers and at Chirlei City left Friday morning tor Charles City to remain over the weekend jour SHW earning 6 per cent A j iowg ff 1st Mortgaga Bond atjn City Loan Investment Co Citiia Hoffman ot La Mars auditor Hentges M TTpTtriiun ffciie Ifarr a uirU couch ot tettmsV was a caller In hfason City Thursday and at that lime RED GROSS WILL HAVE NEW FIRST AID COURSE HERE Outline and Revision Is Re ceived at LocjH Office Tiio Cerro Gordo County chapter of the American Ued Cross has Just re ceived from WilliamBaxter manager of the midwest branch 1 letter setting forth a conciso outline ot the first aid 1 courses offered by the Itcd Cross and tho new revision of the classes It is gratifying to all members of tho lied Cross locally to know that the first aid instructors of this chapter are already qualified timler the new regulations and have been conducting their classes for tha past several years according to the requirements set forth so there will be no break in the work while qualifications are met it was sluted by local officials All in and examiners cards expire it Jan 1 of each year but may be ireissued upon the chapters request Tho important changes are as tol reached some arrangement with re gard to tiie date for the WaverlyMa son City debate For quick clearance one lot hats Sc One lot values Mason City jur Hhoppe iM A Mniisingcr of he TnAcpcntl cnt firain ami Fuel company Is In DOS bloines on business AniiouiicenK Opening of Mi allys Beauty Siiop 114 4 So Feder Spcckllties permanent waving Ncw Course Added 1 A new course has been added which taUos thB form of a lay instrue ia offered to piotcJlLe oeiilw course tors j tiro 20 years ot age and who desire to continue to study first aid Jt is di vided into three units five periods of first aid instruction threo periods of teaching practice and two periods ot examination practice which makes a total of 15 hours Since the Clear Lake lifesaving institute was con dncted with these qualifications in mind the local instructors who at tended for at least 15 hours arc fortu nate This course is taught by a phy sician who holds a card given by the national Ked Cross for this special purpose There is a new guide for the f050 to 510 linger waving 50c facial Junior course which can only be All kinds ot beauty culture taught by those who have completed senior course and have received an I appointment curd as junior Instruc tors Th0 junior course as formerly Includes students from 12 to 17 years W riunncr Wesley was ait iitled to the Story hospital for a jiinor operation Thursday morning car of call out us lump coal 01 k delivered in your bin at ton Ph 56G Kchm Coal Co papers are bclnjj cor t fected In the office of the county iuperlntendent Mra Pearl Tannar by rs C V Haase and Mrs Wilnia Jauer Brown former teachers in the iounty v Abolishes i Catholic School and Evicts Ten of Nuns MEXICO CITY Fob 15 The department or interior has closed the SI Catholic school Jeanne Chezard hero Hand evicted 10 nuns charged with leadinga community life in the school are prohibited In the Mexi can constitution Tlie mother su Sfaria Concepcion Soils said that she and her nuns belonged to the order of the Incarnate wrord 8 ACRES FOR RENT Gnoil biiildings Sullnblo for truclt farm or ciiielien rancl TjOcatc in southeast part of Mnson City Per Month CALL FRANCIS BECK ircsgo llldg Phono K may be taught in such groups as school groups Boy anil Girl scouts Sir reserves of the Y W C A thc y Sf CA or churches rt consifts of 15 hours Instruction It may be taught by a physician and lay in structor or 1 senior with a junior in structors card 5 Ilniirs Given 3 Thc senior course consists ot 13 hours Instruction for those over 17 years 0C age or those who have comi Dieted tho second year In high school It may bo taught by a physician wlu holds a Itod Cross card or by an adult who has passed both the senior and Instructors card for both courses The new test sheet allows 20 per cent for class work in addition to the practical written oral and avti flclal respiration testa Tho Corro Gordo county chapter is course ami holds jnnipr and senior EXPERTS DISCUSS NEW FORECASTS OF AGRICULTURE Warn Farmers Not to Over do Dairying Urge Lime for Soils F Sarle representative of tha bureau ot agricultural economics of the United States department of agriculture ana Buaa A Holt agri cultural economist from the Iowa State college at Ames were principal speakers at the Cerro Gordo county crop outlook conference held In the Chamber ot Commerce auditorium Fri day mornlns and afternoon Fridays meeting was one of 30 county outlook conferences which aro being conducted by the extension serv ice at Ames during Iowa agricultural outlook week Feb 11 to 15 in cooper ation with farm organizations and other local agencies The meeting was called to order by County Agent Marlon E Olson Farm ers and Mason City business men In terested In farm management prob lems wera well represented ana par in the discussions Give Probable Trend The nurposo oC the utlooic meet ings according to the economists in attendance is to mako available to farmers the best information obtain able on probable future trends of prices of farm products that can be secured from the United States de partment of agriculture and to adapt such information to conditions in Iowa No attempt is being rnado to eve arbitrary advice as to individual farm programs and each farmer is expected o renke tho application to his own situation it was stated The economists announced that In view of the promising prospects for a continuation of good dairy product prices it is well to sound a note ot warning against overdoing dairying The dairy enterprise of northeast Iowa is supported by a 12 cent tariff Its product would be tha first to be affected by a changed for eign situation The United states now produces al the dnlry products consumed In this country during days out of the year and only 2 days consumption Js being suyjjllcd from abroad Only a small irviease in do mestic production would upset the balance Boarder cows should be sola nnd farmers should be slow about buy ine high priced cows Any expansion sliould come from the best oC the home raised heifers Jonc Time Program Dairying is a long time program nnd changes in response to prices must be less radical in this area than in any other ia the state Dairy prod uct prices fluctuate less than pork nnd beef priecs Thc intensive dairy lias just ono product milk or Its prod ucts and for It to be most effective it must eliminate many elements ot flex ibility found in a dual purpose herd The size of tho dairy fixes to a con sidcrable degree thru the skimmilk the most profitable size of hog enter prise The amount of Jecd and pas ture sets the size of the dairy In the western part of the dairy section moro of tho grain produced on tho farm should be fed in vieiv of the outlook Most oC the soils in this part oC the need Hme The tabor probkni and the xmpleosuntnesH of winter hauling limestone has made farmers oC this area more con servative about applying limo tlmn they can really afford to be In the western part of this section drainage is a most Important problem The outlook for cattlo and dairy prod ucts Is favorable to tho drainupa such lands as will add to the acreage which may be put In legumes This NO FREE PASSES TO GRANDSTAND Officials and Employes cf Fair Must Pay to See Attractions No will be admitted to the grandstand of flic IVbrth Iowa fair this year without paying the admission charge It was announced Friday at he headquarters of the fanassocia tion This includes not only the general public but every official superintend ent and employe of the organization it was elated by J H Mitchell secre tary No ono will bo given a pass for free admission This is the third departure from the practices of the past In the opera tion of the fair The other two are Frea admission to the grounds ami changing of tho dates of the fair to Labor day week Officers Elected at Adjourned Meeting of Trinity Church Mason City High School Debaters Win Double Victory Over Algona Teams FlUHASiPASSED DAKIN REPORTS Defeat Two Teams in Clash Over Armed Intervention Mason City high school succeeded in winning both decisions over Algona debaters In a duel clasli Thursday The question is Resolved That the United States should cease to protect by armed force capital invested In Latin America except after a formal dec laration of war Tlio local affirmative team com posed of Harry Green and Tom Tos cloff won a decision on the home plat form over the Algona negative Leo nard Raker of was critic judge Was More Desirable Tho affirmative lint of argument was that armed intervention thru a formal declaration of war was moro desirable than the present policy of unrestricted intervention as It was in iicconi with international Jaw and the Calvo treaties which havo been recog nized by tho United States Tho plan suggested was the use of arbitration with conditional declaration oC war In the form oE an ultimatum They stressed tho unfairness to Latin Am ericaunder the presetil policy Monthly Statement Says City Has Some Cases of Scarlet Fever An Increasing number of patients with scarlet fever in the city Is re ported in tlia monthly statement of Dr C E Dakin city health director to P P ITopUIns city manager In his report Dr Dukln states that the isolation hospital lias been used to euro for a Tew oC the cases demon strating again tho iicocl for it place with modern hospital equipment in speaking of the Infection he says U is scattered about the city being awU tored by carriers undoubtedly TUn public should pay particular attention lo all sore throats and rashes as in I Id cases may cause severe II f ness hi those exposed Tho Influenza epidemic has passctl ho said It caused six deaths In Jan uary making a total ot 14 from tho G N Netzer Appeared at Hearing on State Income Tax Measure G X Xfitzcipresident of the Cerro Gortlo county Farm Bureau was in Dea Molnes Thursday aa one of Hie representatives of Farm Bureau federation at the joint committee open hearing on the proposed incomo tax bill The other Harm Bureau repre sentative waa J H Jones Airs worth state federation vice president Each person ivas given 10 minutes in which to state his position on the bill which has been indorsed by the Farm Bureau Approximately persona were in attendance altho all did not take part in the discussion The Parm Bureau contention was that the income Uix which has the same exemptions ay Hie federal in couiy tax will lielp equalize the Uix burden Theargument or the oppon ents of ths bill was that It drive out industries In answer to this the supporters of tlie measure supplied statistics from other slates blioivlns this contention was not based on past experience according to Mr Kelzcr A meeting or tho congregation of Trinity Lutheran church was held Thursday evening Reports were giv en by the officers of the congrcsa tion Tor the past year Thefollowing were elected to of fice Ji Ivomnn financial secretary and treasurer succeeding OI FShet loe Mrs O U N Wigaahl dl rector nnd MaHc Giere member of auton by armed forco is generally un ditingcommittee succeeding H Ionecessary impractical and unsound In man Tho assistant organist will be principle Its lino of proof contained appointed at a later date j statistics na to the number of lives Temporniy arrangements were made Icat under the present policy and the with Our Saviors Lutheran church at Midland Heights for Trinity Luther an pastor to also act in pastoral ca pacity for Our SavioVs church Reports of status of dif ferent church organizations show a marked increase in their activities over the previous year imi j M LUliLl Ui Tho Alsona negative countered with disease his report shows Ha state the prupubflfim that the Intervention uuit there I5 no other nuaranllnabic VMS beneficial to all concerned j disease present in tlie city now altlio failure to nict directly tho main isi there are a laiyc number ot common irues of tiio affirmative wns he weak ness given in the defeat of this nega tive team Dofentcil Algona Affirmative At Algona tho local negative team composed oC Thayer CuvrlG and Joe Ouer defeated ths Algona affirmalive Ward Barnes of Ealjlo Grove was Cliticjudge The Algona nEfinuative took the stand that armed force could be applied K necessary protec Eightyseven now members wore taken into tho congresaUon durins theyear It was decided to remit monthly to the synod contributions for mission benevolence Refreshments were served by Ihc women after the meeting Lindys Companion on Mail Flight Head of J R Gatewoods Firm J K ratfivouc7 Incnl bond sales man read witu more than usual in terest Thursdays account in tho llolKGarctto of Col John A I Iambic ton Baltimore JU1 who accom panied Col Charles ALindbergh on the famous flyori PanAmerican air mail inaugural fliRht from Miami Ila to 1nimma Mr Gutewood la erployed by the bond firm which Mr Hamlrelton is tlie head having charge of the Iowa territory Tn artdl lion to being president of the Hamblo ton Bond company MV Hambelton is a director of the PanAmcriciin Air ways corporation retains Col ncl JjimlborKh ah a technical advisor danger of a Latin American boycott negative showed that arm od oil thtruiisound conditions tho Latin American srovcrnmenls which mJJdc imperative our three moral obligations under the Monroo Doctrine to Latin America to Kurope and to U J3 in vestors They then showed that the affirmative plan did not give ample protection onlds ujd otheV respiratory diseases abroad In the monthly report of Dr L JJ Stott elty inspector he shows tho following condition on Jan 31 13 cases ot scarlet fever II cases of mumps 1 caso ot meningitis Isolated in a local hospital Doctor Stott Also reports Nine fum gations made during the month 40 complaints in estlgatcd and adjusted 21 samples of milk and cream col lected tor testing at the city labora tory seven water samples collected for testing ono well condemned dangerous to health lite savins appointed by the regular members at tho annual meeting All firstaid instructors and Hfesaviiifj examiners work under hia Supervi sion and assist in providing a board of examiners or official Red Cross tests Since each department has both men and women it Is seldom impossible to furnish two oC those whenever the Instructors nnd examiners have com pleted their classes or to provide offi cial Hed Cross demonstrations to any RTOUJ at any time Tho chapter first aid work has trained 278 persons and there are 103 additional seniors and 75 junior If resavers swimmers and Ifi3 beginners who have received tho emblems nftrr completing tho tests All tlicfio instructors and ex nmincrs serve the chapter ns volun teers and receive no pny for their LVT vicos DALY EPIGRAMS bettor conferences nre niailo business men will go to ItlClll WJDALYCo PUJMBINO HEATING Mason City Students to Compete in SubCounty Declamatory Contest MlKs Kvi Trcmiui touk ihroi of tier declamatory Hlndonta to Cloar Friday ovenlnfi1 to piirticipalc In the Huhcounly contest This 1S tho first contest ot the season Representing Marton City at Clear arc Tarncs Armstrong in IVic ornlorlcnl ctasn Jiiulbeigrh1 Gcr irudo Hall in the tiunioroiiR class loading CupM ami the Cadlllnc1 nnd VirKinin in Iho driimntlo class reaUiiif At the Open legumes go together Where drain the ftirm In legumea but will only servo to increase the crop acreage tho piesont for crop justify no new drainage projects which were not economical in Uie past iVfr Sarle SKI id Outlook rnimisiiiK Tho hog1 onltook is qtiilo promising according to the extension roprcseuta tivea attending the meeting The num ber of hogs on farms Jan i way G per cent loss In Iowaand 0 per cent less in the United States than a year It la quite probable titat spring1 far rowings of tlie present year wilt ho from four to nine per cent less in the corn belt than In IJ128 Rome lnipivc menL in export demand is probable with ho change in domestic demand It seems likely that ihe number of hogs slaughtered under fcdcrsil Inspec tion for the crop year ending ol nIII bo appreciably Jesa than in the past year Tt appears quite certain that the hoc crop expected will yield rather satlHfaclorjr prices it Keems certain Hint the aiUJri paled In is the Isirgrst that can bo rntfiod without Horiously depressing prices Fifty million head oC slanghtered undor federal yield growers fewer total dollars than Only a a Seney Diamond will make someone happy a forty million crop The of tho hog crop is or special importance lo the proHDtiilty ot fanners in north east Iowa because it Is tho largest tl single source of income on most farms Expect Lower Prices In the first half of 1923 higher poultry prices than prevailed in tho corresponding period of U3 seutn likely but lower egp prices arc ex pected Vossiblo slowing down ot in dustrial activity in tho closing six months of the present year would les son demand for both ppltltry and cess County Agent Marlon Olson plans to mako outlook information discussed Ifriday available lo others Interested A brief summary of tho Iowa outluok published by tho extension service was distributed today and a more comprehensive statement may be ob tained hy writing to tho Bulletin of ficn Tnwa Slate College Ames The Place Youve Heard About SHOE ICcpalriiig HAT Cleaning CENTRAI SHOE SHOP 117 Smith Federal Mason Cilv Bird Study Club to Be Organized Next Week for Y Boys Anotlicr projrot lc acMtd lo llit VIonocr club series it tlie Y M C A next when plans Kiiriizntian of L bird slmly group will bo launched under the direr Han of Kvroii Kinfires boys secretary y Tho boysdepartment of the V has four luiSO eliartg showing a wide variety ii birds ISiieh chart shows thft birds in their natural element in full colors Tho fchnrtg wore procured from tho Au rtulion Society of AlassacbusctLs and further equipment for bird study will be added ns the club grows Tn acWl tion to the cliarts the local Y has a TUimhci ot handbooks and other helpful literature which take up an interestinfi studv of many birds Mr ICnrges will have rhnrgu of tho claKH until its leadership has been UK vjpned Mcntbarsliifi in the club Isopen ti nil boys V ago A membev Hlur In tho Y is not necessary for admiltttuce o Hitsgroup On Satur days nntl on other specinl occaaions tho group will hike to the wood3 for first hnrvl Infnrmatinn on bird life Movie Chang to Be Shown at Y M C A Tho movie Clians an clshtrcel picture showing the life ot natives in he jungles will be shown at the Y Jf C A Friday night thru the com tesy of the First Preebytarlan church which brot the film here The picture showa the natives oC Jungleland cap luring a herd of wild elephants and gives good ctoscups of the various traps employed to catch other wild animals There will hs no admission chnrge Tlie Place Youve Heard About SHOE Kepairing HAT Cleaning CENTRAL SHOE SHOP 117 Soulli Federal Jfasort Jicy Corrcct nils sentence so happy said flapper daughter motjier has clven me two of lier old Star Cour ier Phone Ate Ate Ate JJcfnro its too late MaJie your coal dollars work all night Fire should not go into an all night sleep fit this season Have you tried our GREAT HKAHT Certified Fuel FiresideFuelCo Horace SBeemerDDS XRay and Extraction Specialist J C Penney Building Special Attention given to nervous patients and children UNLOADING FROM CAR Eastern Kentucky Small Lump SPECIAL RAVENS CREEK an excellent grade of EASTERN KENTUCKY COAL per ton Special Price While on Tracli Only Delivered WOLF COAL CO Ihone 3148 Steve GENE TUNNEY HELEN WILLS ANN PENNING TON and every successful person in any walk of liEe depend upon their feet for success If you take cave of your feet they will take care of you You will find the right thing inthe right style in the line of footwear and at the right prices at LAYMANS SHOE STORE 702 Sr Federal K C BURGLARS ENTER KROPMAN OFFICE Police and Owners Invests gate but Find Nothing Missing By breaking glass In the fruiit door burglars entered tho office of tlitr Kropman Auto Salvage company 613 South Adams avenue Thursday night A careful check oC the contents ot office Friday morning by police am the owners failed to disclose any prop erly missing A dollar and some small change in a drawer of tho desk was overlooked in the robbery police said If a marriage without love is evil why isnt one evil when love Fountain Inn Trillium Manning Bros 33 Kasl Slate Ilitmc rt WALL PAPER PAINT GLASS BRUSHES Window Shades JUST RECEIVED CARLOAD OF INTERNATIONAL FEEDS Cattle Fattener Dairy Feeds and HOK Feed Special prices in ton lots Cerro Gordo Farmers Co Phone 370 fllK 3rd N K Special Sale and Demonstration of National Biscuit Cos Cookies Crackers Saturday at ThompsonDean Co Forget the Dust You Can Have Thc Same Good Results By Burning CARBON KING IB you IIHIO itli Ioriihrmtjis nml without tho usual dust am Jlrt OVrTlfOn KIUK Jro wiliHfirlory fn ovocy iwr williir to put it hi your bin it KISK fur f iavs If you mc not TIHU thrin plniiHCil with it nfter snoh t liTul 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