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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                CHARLES CITY NEWS 80 Year Old Charles City Woman Resident for 50 Years Is Dead CHARLES CITT March Fredericks Melnecke aged SO years died Friday afternoon at the home ot her daughter Mrs A J Beckner She had lived In Floyd county 51 years ind Is survived by several children Funeral services will be held this Lfterneon at at the home and at t oclock at the Lutheran church with the Rev C G Prottongeler officiat ing Burial will ha made In Riverside Rudd Robber Is Being Held in County Jail CHARLES CITY March Felix of Rudd who was arrested a tew days ago on charge of breaking Into the Gray oil station at Ruddand taking 15 tires waived preliminary hearing before Justice John Mc Geeney and was bound over to the grand jury He has not been able to furnish bonds and is confined in Jail Lions Club Hears Railroad Manager CHARLES CITY March llJohn F Christiansen genera manager of the Charles City Western railroad spoke on federal legislation affecting the railroads at the Lions club Fri day noon Mrs R L Malmsten played two piano solos and O A Lohrke re ported on the fine meeting at Mason City when the International president of the Lions club was present The for the aid ot crippled chil dren was explained Gueats Included J M Burns and Walter Odell of Ma son City R L Malmsten wag chair man of the meeting George Sanderson Is Appointed to Succeed Late E B Atherton CHARLES CITY March George Sanderson former member of the board of supervisors was appoint ed Friday to succeed the late B B Atherton as supervisor from the Charles City supervisor a fW ago and ran again in the primaries but beaten by Mr Atherton He is pres ent councilman from the third ward an4 Is also acandidate for reelection MASON GITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAYHARCH 111929 New Farm Agent Will Begin in Floyd County CHARLES CITY old Anyway county agent of Adalr county was elected county agent of Floyd county to succeed William Diet rich Mr Anyway in a young married man and has one son Is a gradu ate of Iowa Stata college and will be gin his term ot office May 1 Slants on Washington By SENATORHAWKEYE Weekly GlobeGazette LetterFrom Washington Correspond ent Describes Disappointed Spectators and Disheveled Paradera at Presidents Inaugural The Roy alt on Presented for Spring 1929 by over you mil find fash ionable men wearing topcoats like for it is suitable to nearly every type It is a straight box coat of Mra lines comfort able at the shoulders and easy hanging throughout Funeral Services Are Held at Charles City CHARLES CITT Maroh neral services for Mrs Margaret ey 69 were held Friday afternoon at he ilndamnji funeral home with the lev Banner of Floyd officiating Bur ial was made In Oakwood cemetery Floyd Mrs Hosley died at the home of Charles Johnson in Floyd CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY March suit of the Primary OI1 company against H J Holt H J Fitzgerald ana the city has been settled out of court Raymond Melcher submitted to an operation for appendicitis at the Ce dar Valley hospital M A HIrsch was operated on at ttie hospital this morn ing F A Thomas has gone to Iowa City for medical treatment S F Jones had a goitre operation at the hospital yesterday A remonstrance meeting against the proposed paving was held Thursday evening in the Summerfield real estate offloe A number of property own ers were present Jack Lott assistant manager of the Gambel etore has been promoted to the managership of the new Gambel store In Waverly Mr and Mrs B F Atherton Mr1 ana Mrs John Atherton Mrs C P Cook Mrs B B Atherton and daugh ter Mrs Howard attended the fun eral of the late Mrs F W Lee at Osaga yesterday A marriage license was Issued to Kenneth Lusk and Alice Montgomery both of Charles City TOWA has a friend at court For siastleally her particlpa tlon in the presenUUon blue mor occo book to Mr Hoover an hour be fore the departure of the Iowa special train She said he opened the book boyishly and eagerly turned the pages After talking of him his thinner face and the book itself the militant tem perance advocate became feminine And Mrs Hoover wore one of the new period prints girls She was ad dressing Mrs Tomlinson customs col lector at Des Molnes Mrs Elliott for merly of Mason City now of Des Molnes and Senator Hawkeye Pair Sought in River Found Safe at Home Auto Driver Is Held CHICAGO Maroh11 Kane hadnt even been pulled out of the Des Plalnes river last night when he started shouting his concern over his buddies Jim and Eddie Get em out Theyre In there ho cried meaning in the to Tailored by MichaehStem Rochester N Y PATTON BROTHERS Where a Hampton Department Prevents Fire Damage HAMPTON March was discovered inthe attic ot the E J Stonebralcer Sr home Saturday about noon The fire company re sponded to the alarm promptly and succeeded In extinguishing the blaze before much was done A large hole was burned in the roof No Insurance was carried Are You Hitting OnAUSix Are They Folks the human body is just like a good car everything must be in good working order if you expect to get the best performance out of either You cant expect to feel 10056 if your liver is out of order your stomach upset nerves jumpy or bowels tied lip You must build up your vital forces and you weak weary despondent men and women who have been doctoring for ages trying to get back the vim and enduranceof earlier years will be aston ished delighted and amazed to see how quickly strength energy and vital ity come back thru the use of Tanlac Go to your druggist now and get a bottle of Tanlac Millions of folks have started back on the road to youth health and happiness with this world famous tonic and there is no reason why you too cant begin today tore build your wornout tissues and re vitalize your entire system Your money back if you are not speedily helped by a fair trial of this worldfamous medicine Tanlac 52 MILLION BOTTLES USED TLTI mm TOCUHN ADDS MORE MILES TO M ID years the deep west has lined the of a swagger east and has furnished a great percentage of the intellect which has made New York and Washington sparkle Genius and talent born Jn the west are soon lost to Manhattan and Manhattan it is who enjoys their glamour and origin ality week in and week out Echoes reach their Western origins But here Today suddenly the Bun has come up on a Mississippi coast line The friend at court is Mr Hoover who is not only an lowan but an engineer and an organizer What this promises to the teeming and halfrealized middlewest is bound less and exciting For the first time Iowa is in a position to talk A trainload oC ambassadors from Iowa left the Eck Ington yards this afternoon afire with this realization May they beheard from Not only has Iowa a friend of the first rank at court but another ranking associate in the new secretary ot war and nothinking person can in Iowa without finding her people ripe almost overripe and need ful of national expression The des patch of special numbers of low people to attend the inaugural her in Washington had a greaterslgnif cance than the sentiment eurroundln the birth of a president In an low hamlet It was their cue to claim place in the sun Entertains North rowans I HAUGEN entertained the Nortr Iowa delegation including Mr and Mrsi Clarence Knutson ot Clear Lake most of the day of March the fourth in his office From tho win down of this office they watched th origin of the huge stoical ana be drizzled parade that was to have been so smart and vivid Thesa delegates appointed by Gov ernor Hommfll were all provided with aeata to enjoy the taking of oah of office In front of the capitol and most of them endured the beginning of the rain until that ceremony was over The president went horns to lunch eon The horses over In the woods east of the capitol began shivering in the rain Cliofce Seats Deserted inBain THE Washington press at least has mourned very little over the most unavoidable spectacle on March the rain and the nshea in the hearts ot the hundreds of parade vic tims who woro white plumes on their helmets The situation is very nearly Indescribable Here was the capitol of the country solidly packed with en thuslastlo citizens all of whom had gonetopains and expense to be pres ent Fancy prices had been paid for thousands of seats built at everycon ceivable point up and down Pennsylr vania avenue Every window that had even slantwise view of this street was coveted by some group ot people eight or ten very likely At about the time the ceremony ot inauguration began bludgeoning skies started dripping and they continued Thousands who had purchased seata1 and had been presented with tickets for the parade never went near their seats I spent my time with my gay little party half paralyzed with cold in the question able shelter of a bootblacks parlor and we felt magnificently lucky at that I was enthroned on a piano stool Our escorts werekppt warm by stooping to tuck tho ladles tinkles in steamer robes automobile he had just driven off an embankment and Into the river Highway police pulled the car out ana when it contained no bodies they dragged the river This continued for several vhours accompanied by the wails of Mr Kane Still no bodies Then some sceptic Inquired as to the residence of the supposed deceased Officers went there and found Jim and Eddie safe and sound Kane1 they replied Vhy we left car hours ago We wen ahead in another car He was al alone Kane was to explain It all today to PAZO IE I PILES v the justice of at Morton Grove where he wu detained en charge of driving while Intoxicated Unless somebody few shortly future generation need not Bpll Indian worry about apolb News Ten OTTAWA 111 March 11 wlthfn a block of the La Solle county courthouse wereraided yesterday and 13 men and two women wealed Twenty federal asenta from Chicago participated in cuh The only reason a Rothmoor coat customer ever conies back is to buy another You really owe it to yourself to 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horses drooped Sol dfers artillery bands governors looking as if their chief desire was to become turtles and pull n their necks Gallant people Offi cials passed In the lugubrious shad ows of limousines I shall never forget onedrum major He wore the huzzafs thing of almost a vord high and vlth his face uplifted to the pouring iln he threw the baton and his feet n the air a weather defying dance at thehead ot his An Apache Indian his arms crossed stoically disdainfully iofle bareback on his pony He wore nothing but loincloth headdress and moccasins His bronze skin ehone in the cold rain Cocks Feathers Droop THE elegant slender Bichmond Bluea that proud old Virginia guard with their stunning anfl deli cately cut Tiavy blue uniforms These uniforms Include a varnished navy blue hat about sts inches high with I a little bill some braid at the left aloft a bunch ot yellow feathers and dowrf the hack a whlto plume This body passed a large one tho ye ow spike looking like a wilted flaffoi dll nni the white plume Hke a squir rels tall on a wet morning There were companies with trrlcJescent cocks feathers hanging from a sivko on tha helmet these feathers Intended o glance and spnrkle In tho sun Isht soaked as were the vast crowds In spife of their umbrellas Only ono carriedumbrella jn the parade and theso were decorative cotton ones Only one group woro rilneontH Some little girls from Florida wore muslin hlouswi with capes They walked Tor miles so dressed There WAS unbounded oppprtunlty for pneumonia ns a result of the cere mony Thousnncis nf people In tempor ary accommodations without the im mediate hot hath and lemonade Ihoy needed Taxis were rilmost unavail able Tet n group of Iowa people In rtulred of the Coe boys who numbered 75 rcpardine thplr states of health ami hoy iterlnrcd not a nonl Iincl tativ i coM Huirn IianIs rrt cllnl vein drnlncd by ihr liitndrcr as dinner hnt nlrrht nnrl novpr so jrooillv Mrsi H Smith vice plpsi dent of the T u wag enthu Ask Your Grocer 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