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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TUESDAY FEB 19 1929 FIVE IREAMERYFOLK IF WESLEY MEET of Directors and Officers Follows Fine Program Feb hundred pus attended the annual meotinu 0 Wesley Farmers creamery com Saturday Seven long tables tho 1 ot llio lall were required to take Bof all those present A two course was served at table rations being vases flowers and place cards gen C Skow president called on M Butts cashier ot the Kx n State bank for a speech be courses Mr Butts aJluiled to Important jinrt tlio creamery In Wesley and Its community old how tlte farmers and town jenta have progressed together llowlng the banquet Fred Missel S will doll quick Cold in head couxh coiriBnKsiiland dry catarrh headache earache deafneae Bore nnseaoTclipBbBd breath rosecoldhayfever AaWyour doctor mime or dentfHI At SOe or 60c in tubes Thirtyeight doing sood SO trmatmont tin i Writ for yean now KONDON MINNEAPOLIS MINN CATARRHAL JELLY angr two solos A Hooligan quartet omposed of Ixu Rlcke Frimml Dr L JP Smith and Alt Studer ang a number of humorous songs A mock creamery board meeting by he directors and a few of the patrons it the creamery wag put on and en oyed Numerous jokes wero sprung m fellow citizens Dr IAOU F Smith lext sang two vocal solos President Skow called jn County Morrison oC Algona who save an Interesting talk touching on the serious sides of the dairy business V pantomine Tho Better Way was produced by tho wives of the di rectors comparing the old and tho new ways employed by the homes in tbo preparation of milk products baking goods and the methods of washing Viggo Kulsholm local gave two flute solos accompanied by ildelis Kunz on tho piano Tho social program the mooting was closed by a tew remarks by the presfdenl words of appreciation to the business men ot Wesley for selling exclusively local butter to all the peo ple who tool pirt In the program to the women and girls from the country who came In and put on tho dinner and to thoao who turned out for the banquet and meeting Immediately following a business meethiE was held The old officers and directors were all retained The buttermilk was soldCor ono and one and a quarter cents per gallon to Simon Jiirner George Hlrner and J Tl Wiseman Tho usual 5 per cent was given out to all stockholders SCHOOL PLANS BIG EXPANSION Endowment for Northwest ern Will Develop Liberal Arts College CHICAGO Feb 19 its argest singleendowment a gift of SS000000 Northwestern university ies to buikl up the most outstand undergraduate school in the st Kobert W Campbell president of tlio board or trustees has an nounced Jhe endowment which Is to be de voted exclusively to development oC the college ot liberal arts was made public yesterday when the will of the late JUlton IT Wilson ISvanston clothing manulaoturer wan filed ii urobate court Mr Wilson who was a trustee ot the university had given the school 51000000 before his death Feb 10 Tho next largest item fn tho will was nn fSOOOfto trust fund established tor his grandson Carol Wilson Alton This also is to go to tho university in wise the grandson dies without heirs Tho total estate was Tallied at 000000 Merely Passenger Not Engaged Cheer up father this winter wont last much longer It will soon be time to take clovvn tlio storm windows paint the screens dljr up the garden and mow the crat IVaclor Demonsrntitin Given GRAFTON Ptb traclor school under the of the In ternational Ilaivester company with Schultz brothers local representatives was given at the schoolhouse Sat urday Moving pictures shown in tho evening FAMED JEWELS WILL BE SOLD Part of Russian Valuables Put on Sale by Widow of Grand Duke IOXDOX Feb 19 Dairy Mail suys that two famous Jewels from tbo imperial iUissian treasury iro living offered for sale In London jut this time not by the bolsheviks They are the property the widow of Grand Dulto Nicholas The grand duchess is a sister oC the Queen of Italy and it was from the Italian court tho two going were brat to Eng land with a request to Commander Jjocker Lampson M P a friend oC the srand duke to assist in their dis posal Tho gems originally belonged to the Empress Catherine One is a lVeural rose diamond for which it Is said tho Jatc Kmperor Nicholas refused an of fer or 130000 pounds sterling The other is a 17carat emerald The paper says tllo grand duchess wonts betwren 5000U and 00000 pounds for the two for a Lucky instead of a sweet Paul Poiret arisian creations iet the vogue in fashions lean Ackemiin nd Gladys Glad of usical comedy pucctas Whoopee Reach for a Lucky of a sweet the trim figure is always fashionable Paul Poiret Famous Parisian Creator of Fashioni you want to keep slender and who doesnt in these days avoid sweets and smoke Lucky Strikes There seems to be somethingabout them possibly the flavor that satisfies the craving for the rich things that add weight Voila reach for a Lucky instead of a trim figure is ahvays fashion able Advertisements that I saw when I recently arrived in America best way for sugar to be eaten is as a flavorerof foods They are tjuite correct in cautioning a modified use of sugar Streets to excess are bad I advocate a few puffs of the Lucky Strike toasted flavor when sweets tempt I may add that I smoke Lucky Strikes myself and I think they have contribut ed much to the state of mind tchtch has helped nteto create my greatest successes LMckyStrikes a re certai n ly an inspiration PAUL POIRET Authorities attribute the enormous increase in Ciga rette smoking to the improvement in the process of Cigarette manufacture by the application of heat It is true that during 1928 Lucky Strike Ciga rettes showed a greater increase than all other Cigarettes combined This surely confirms the publics confidence in the superiority of Lucky Strike Jean Axkermau 0 IKS The American Tobacco Co Its toasted No Throat IrritationNo Co ugh j Coast to coast radio fioofciifj every Saturday night through the National Broadcasting Companys network The Lucky Strike Dance Orchestra in The Tunes hat made Broadway Bruadtvay Mrs Kvanicelfno Lindbergh Dimlys mother is not en Raged to Capt F K Anderson of the nrounilthsworld liner Presi flent Wilson bringing Mrs Lind bergh home from Constantinople according to no less an authority than llio enptitins wife Weve been married for 39 years nutl liave been perfectly happy says Mrs Oga Anderson at lie An derson homo in Cal A photographer at Naples Ilaly labeled ihoto of Sirs LitirtljerKh nnd the ctptatn Mrs Lindbergh her fianor lira Lind bergh Is shown ivith Miss Alice Morrow aunt of Lindberghs fiancee Crysti i al Lake Farm Home Is Destroyed Chimney to Blame CRYSTAL Feb j larjn house 2 miles norttuvest of town occupied by tho Oke Martin family burned to the ground Thursday after noon The firo was caused by a de fective chimney Mvs Martin was home alone as Mr Martin had gone to town The alarm was spread and Kelp arrived as aoon as possible hut tooJate aid tins lost aH of thcfr household goods The loss is partly covered by insur ance ftickasaw Holstein Fviesian Breeders Meet at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON Feb o breeders of cattle net hero recently in tho lrarm Bur office for tho meeting of the Chicka County Holsteln Breeders asso ciution Tho purpose of Hits mectine ivas to discuss plans and lay out program for the organization durln the coming year Without exception every niembe of the association who was in attend ance was strongly In favor of devel oping dairy calf club work lv to the extent oC Interesting prospec tive members in obtalniiyj HolsLein calves and every member of the asso ciation who was in attendance pledged himself to brine one boy or feirl ot club ago to the next meeting ot the association which will be held dur ing the first week in April A committee of three was appointed for the purpose ot deciding upon tho time for a county Holsteln picnic and lo maUe arrangements or to see what arrangements could be made regard ing a county Hoistein This com mlttee is to report at the April meet ing of the association Tho committee appointed was Wal ter Waidellch Charles Talcott and Homer Hadlcy Confederate Veterans Given Permission to See Inaugural Spectacle JACKSOX Misa Feb 19 Twenty conledeuite veterans from the state liotne for old soldiers at JJeau volr will go to Washington tor the inauguration of Herbert Hoover in addition to Gov T G Bilbo and his of ficial staCf from Mississippi Governor Bilbo granted authority for the veterans to mako the trip and the Illinois Central and tho Southern railways have agreed to transport them to tlio capital and bacl tree of cost In aslting permission of the gover nor Blnathan Tartt superintendent of the home told the governor the old soldiers desired to attend the Inaugur ation to show the new president that they deeiro to do away with sectional feelings and the JTasonDlxon line Funeral Services Held for B B Brierly 61 Old Resident of Cresco CHESCO Feb ser vices for ti B Brierly 01 were hvlrt m tlio Cresco Baptist church Mon day afternoon lie was a longresi dent oC this community and one UF prominent citizens beingeneased in TOrmlngnnd ror ninny years in busi ness in Cresco Mr rtrleriy was born Oct S 1SC7 in FliMndBlriiiiii At tho of two years ho came with his parents Jlr and Mrs William Brierly to How ard county and settled on a near Cresco Ho was married Doc 17 1I02 to Miss Mabel JlcPlierson of Cresco To them were horn five chlld n alt of whom with the mother survive lie also leaves three sisters and two lilothcrs Farewell Surprise for Departing Woden Family WODKN Fell of the T T Ormsby family Ratlierod at iho Onnsby homo and cnrricd ont a party A picnic din nrr was served at noon and the re mainder or tlio clay was visiting family arc Ion limn resi dents ot this community and ho misted by their neighbors and friends They are moving to Tittlc Cctlar in Mitchell county tiiey have snir iHGd a farm Annual Institute Will Be Held at Rockford ROCKFOUD fortieth annual Floyd county Farmers Insti tute will held in tlie legion hall Wednesday and Thursday Pcb 20 nnd 21 The programs will begin at ton oclock Prizes will be awarded on bread rolls cake cookies fried caltes egss canned and fruit jelly ciuilt hcdsnren1 rues pillow slips and childrens mtdeover garments The prize list on grains includes white corn yellow corn pop corn iKirley early or late oata and timothy ICirly and late potatoes will he exhib ited Vlason City Man Is Eligible to Annuity Under Tyson Bill Feb sent to the senate in response to ti resolu tion Introduced by Senator Mclvoliar Tonn la a letter by Frank T Klnes veterans bureau director revealng the present status of a Mason City man eligible for an annuity under the TysonFitzgerald emergency officers retirement The Mason City man Is Ory William Gorman 417 Washington avenue northwest retired with pay totally disabled Emergency officers are those who served In the World war nnd were taken from civil lite Examinations nnd review of tho cases eays tha letter n tho opinion oC tho bureau director were pnccifi ualy authorized under thn World war veterans act upheld both by the comptroller general and the attorney Tho TysonFitzgerald act was passed by congress last year despite claims of opponents who included Senator Reed Pennsylvania that It set up an aristocracy of herons mid paid no attention to the huck privates who served during tho war Tho McKellcr resolution was pnsscil several months ago and is Intended to nfford information concerning tho ef ficiency or tho act Former Rockwell Pastor Dies at Home in Gowne Snow Storm Specials The weather man seems to lets play the game and Make Whoopee with him Youll need these DAMQNIGOU CO JAUNTIES AND OVERSOX At 59e Too iind children girls and wo men assortment colors styles comfort out iloors IAIJ1ES GOOD ALL MJNKN HANlJltKK CHIEFS lOc borders plain Ii laid centers MERODE LADIES UNDEKWEAK wool silk stripe tight knee builtup sUouUKr nice warm garments all sixes CASHMERE SCARFS 98c rmu Tvool scarfs variety ul eolurs for merly l4i Iterp you WCIULT in tUo storm CHILDRENS HEAVY RIBBED HOSE 25c Pair plenty all sizcF ytapl colors warm for out doors KiIJUTTOM SUEDE GLOVES 75c about a dozen palm to close formerly SSO small only for hands ind wrists Bill youre playing like a champion Always do the day after I Jake NR Makes a fellow feel like a tnillion Why are some men and women the picture of health and happiness Because they keep the digestive system in proper working order You too will feel like a million if you take Natures Remedy NR Tablets the mild thorough vegetable laxative and corrective TORIGHT TOMORROWALRIGHT MAKE THE TEST TONIGHT I Gel Relief Drive Out the I Autointoxication Coimttpadon BHI ura caused by def ectiveeliml1 nation For over thirty yean Natures I Remedy K has proven the I dependable relief forthcBa conditions Fcl Word has hoeji rcceisrcl horc of the doath of the Kov Dfivicl G Vonker nt Ills huiue in IJuwriu on Suturdiiy morning Kov Mr Ycjuker was pastor of the Congregational churcli of this place from JS02 to ltOS alld was recognized as one of tho very ablest ministers the Unvii has ever had He was SS years oC age Ills wife pasficd away Just one month ago I Two Make Another Escape From Sub 120 Feet Under Sea KEY FJa Feb 19 fearless members of a sub marine croiv who yesterday bmved tiie crushing fcrco ot the sea at ft tlcpth of I2f feet cliid only hi bathing suits and orinipped with oxygenin flated today were nono tlic vorpo for their experience DoHccntling to that depth yesterday in tho submarlno S4 Talent C B riTonscn and Chief Torpedoman Ed nnrfl TCoJincnvflki left tho submerslblo nnd camo lo tho surface without out side aid A phyfliolnn pronounced llirni unharmed by I he terrific pres sure Yoslnrdnys tost the of 1 sr vies of Is oxpcctod to prove to authorities that tho oxygon inflated Innjr and othor rtevlccfl usetl in the escnpo iro fonsibln for nsjo in rcihirinR tho ttanprrs of submarine sorvice tliln 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