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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Al Sevi it cc slfal largE in U the i fara in loadi rive reati cars impt will fant By a ing moal lime con are lime tioni stro field Tl the Icra tern durri tho The freij In p u sin mor thai two nesf forr stmi siicc the COU that wer cent veal th Ian do aiyi ing his far whi lea He fiel fair len wil up go atr net tor pk Sic yet fro S Pi ana Gog Glil plff at I inij an Ju calf 26 1 Juf OfS bi MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY MAR 27 I IOWA CITY WOMAN MAY HEAD PARENTTEACHERS AGAIN DC MRS KNUTSON IS CANDIDATE State Convention Will Hear Address by Brindley of Ames Faculty DAyENPORT March 27 Mrs G W Martin of Iowa City is a candidate for reelection as presi dent of the Iowa league of women voters which is holding its ninth au nual convention here The name of Mrs Raymond Schmidt of Davenport for third vice president was presented in the ticket by the nominating committee chairman Mrs Fred Hunter of Des Moines Other candidates who will have no opposition are First vicepresident Mrs Clar ence Knutson of Clear Lake Second vicepresident Mrs E T Kocji ol Cedar Rapids Fourth vice president Mrs W S Van Alstine of Gilmore City Secretary Mrs Walter Loehwmg of Iowa City Treasurer Mrs Philip Jeans of Iowa City The election will he tomorrow Todays program calls for a rounc table at 2 p m and an address by Prof John E Brindley of Iowa State college HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota City Paving Issue Wins in Election at Osage Juhl Is Mayor OSAGE March city elec lion Monday was the most hotly contested for many years The big issue was the paving on two of the main streets and both sides had been working for their candidates for several weeks but the Citi zens ticket which was for paving won over the Independent ticket Dr C E Juhl was reelected mayor with 761 votes defeating John Friedlund who got 453 votes Alex Paulson was reelected assessor and the councilmen are as follows First ward Frank Schmidt sec ond ward J B Johnson third ward M H Voshurg fourth ward George Birum councilmen at large H G Anderson and Al Cordes Womens Sextet Sings at Eagle Grove Service EAGLE GROVE March Preceding the evening sermon on Sundayat tteA Congregational church a pleasing program of music was given by a vocal sextet of young women and a violin quartet directed by Miss Settle Keith music supervisor of Eagle Grove high school The vocal sextet was com posed of the Misses Phyllis Moore Madalyn Phillips Evelyn Blackman and Irma Margaret and Olive Kopecky Those in the quartet wee Raymond Nielsen and the Misses Harriet Frey Venita Mattise and Ellen Thorscn The piano accom paniments were played by Miss Keith Spencer Votes Down Bond Issue Proposal SPENCER March proposal to issue bonds in the sum of 5100000 for the erection of a me morial coliseum here has been de defeated by the voters 1171 to 763 WILL VISIT RELATIVES Floyd Fran kenhotf and Miss Alto Frankenhoff have sone on a 10 days visit to rela tives nt Bosoobel Wls Miss Lulu Scott ha3 charge of the Variety store during their abscence RETURN FROM OZARKS Mrs Charles Joyner and family returned Sunday from their wlnetr visit to the Ozark mountains They made the trip both ways in their car ATTEND FUNERAL Calvin Folkers Mr and Mrs Al Christenson attended the fu neral ot Benjamin Stlckley Jr at Parkersburg Tuesday afternoon WILL LIVE WITH DAUGHTER GLENV1LLE J H Hughes who has been ill for some time will move to the home or her daughter Mrs S A Johnson Wednes ATTENDS FUNERAL Lague has returned from Fontel Ind where he attended tho funeral of Ills mother LEAVES FOR SEATTLE J G Collop left Saturday night for Seattle Wash TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Herman E Muller was taken to tho Lutheran hospital at Hampton Monday where if necess ary she will undergo an operation VISITS FATHER L D and three year old son of Sioux City are vigltlng in Algona at the home TV C DansonMrs Lelians father TAKE7N TO HOSPITAL Rose was taken to a hospital in Mason City Fri day whero he was operated upon im mediately after his arrival UNDER QUARANTINE ACICLE Niekelson home has been placed under quarantine for scar let fever RETURNS TO PASADENA Braden left Friday for his home in Pasadena Cal after a week spent with his mother Mrs Mary Braden 1 RENTS FARM IYLE Myhre has rented the farm near Mona occupied the last few years by L M Ycadon and Js movingthere this week SPENDS VACATION Annetta HJelme land who teaches nt Story City Is spending her Easter vacation hero with her parents BOY SCOUTS TO SERVE the annual imple ment sale held Saturday the Boy Scouts will servo tho public with sand wiches doughnuts pie and coffee RETURN TO SCHOOL Orphn Gross Miss Marian Alberty and Langen bacher returned to their college duties at Ames Monday IS GAINING RAPIDLY Stokesburg is gaining rapidly fronvhis recent oper ation for appendicitis He is still in the hospital at Hampton RETURNS TO DUTIES FERTILErMiss Adeline Holverson who teaches school at West Bend has been a few at home helping care for her mother who is sick Her sister Mrs ArtvBrenden came Monday to caro forher mother and Miss Holverson will return to her school duties at West Bend WILL VISIT G Gallop went to Kirksvllle Mo Monday where he will visit for a while HOME FOR VACATION Carlson and Flor nce Hanson are home for a 10 days Easter vacation They are attending college at Upper Iowa university at Fayette TO BE HOSTESS Leona Williams will be hostess tothe Stilson W C T IT it tho home of Mrs Anna Brickley Friday ANNOUNCE DAUGHTER and Mrs Henry W IMPEACHED Chief Justice Charles W Ma son of the Oklahoma supreme court is facing impeachment charges voted by tho house of representatives Me is accused of accepting a bribe CLUB HONORS FAMILY W J Bollard family were the guests at the meeting of the farmers club held at the F P Kollman home on Friday evening sides the regular program the meet ing was a farewell to the Ballard fam ily who are moving to Charles City GIVEN SURPHISE group oE class mates surprised Vivian and Merle Moorehcad at tlieir home Monday in honor of their birthdays SPENDS WEEK AT HOME SWALBDALE Mildred Benson who attends the Northwestern Bible school at Minneapolis is spending the week at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs John Benson PATIENT AT HAMPTON John Harms Is a pa tient in the Lutheran hospital in Hampton having undergone an ap pendicitis operation PURCHASES TRUCK LTLE Fossey has purchased a new Chevrolet truck from Austin for service at the Lyle feed mill KEPOBTED INJURED Winklo of Otta wa III Eon of Jacob Winkle a pio neer farmer near Algona was reported very seriously injured while on con struction work on a dam in Illinois His father left Saturday to bo with his son following a telegram informing the parents of his serious condition HEAR CLEMENS GLBNVILLE from here attended the mens meetingat the Y M C A in Albert Lea Sunday The speaker was Col Clemens of Owatonna HOLD SERVICES week services be gan Tuesday nlglit in the First Evangelical church and will be held on Wednesday and Thursday evenings at and on Friday at a m SCHOOL CLOSES LYLE was closed Friday for the Easter vacation and will reopen again Tuesday morning RECOVERING IN HOSPITAL Carson Howell is in a hospital in Mason City recov erlng from ear trouble LEAVE FOR CLEVELAND and Mrs Ben Hop tins left Monday for Cleveland Ohio where they will spend two weeks visU ng at tho George McLean home G O Levin of St Paul is actine as re ANNOUNCE ARRIVAL and Mrs Clarence McDaniels announce tho arrival of a daughter Sunday nt Nevada Mrs McDaniels was formerly Miss Gladys Stiniker of Hayfleid LEAVES CAR and Mrs Mint Cllne returned today from Florida where they spent the winter Mr CHno was forced to leave his car neai Tama on account of tho bad roads WILL ENTERTAIN and Mrs William Werle ot Hock Falls will entertain the farmers wives and daughters to day atdinner HOLD REGULAR MEETING regular Parent Teachers meeting will bo held in the hlgrlx school assembly Thursday eve The program will begin at g oclock IN CHICAGO S Jomiaon and Verne Pascoe aro in Chicago this week MOVES mioyi FARM Barney Wag ner and children moved yesterday from their farm home near Meyer to the home Mrs Wagner has bought here HAS OPERATION J J Cook sub mitted to a major operation at the hospital in Hampton Mrs Cook has been confined to her bed since Dec 11 RETURN HOME H Hamilton and three children returned to their home at Belmona Monday They have been visiting relatives here They expect to Jcavo soon for Chicago where they will make tlieir home WILL MOVE and Mrs R L Uls ter have rented the residence of Wil liam Jewell and expect to move into it tlio first of April Mr Lister is the new jr and St L agent WILL VISIT PARENTS Binger who Is working in Chicago arrived here Tuesday morning for a weeks visit at the home ot liis parents Mr and Mrs H J Binger VISITS PARENTS George Folkcri ot City camo Mondayafternoon for a visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Carl Hlldretli LEAVE FOR DULUTII and Mrs Benhart Venn and son Howard and Mr and Mrs Chris Week returned to Duluth Minn Tuesday after a few days visit with tholr relatives Ole Wolds and the Dahl families RUDD CANDIDATES TIE IN ELECTION George Anderson and Ed ward Stalker Each Get 67 Votes RUDD March of a mayor at Rudd proved to be excit ing Monday ending with a tied vote George Anderson and Edward Stalker the two competing candi dates for the position each received 67 votes George Brandau William Hans Robert Lodge Michael A Kalen and Louis F Clay were elected to serve on the council D M Kerlin was elected assessor and Olaf Klemesrud town treasurer Farmers Institute Is Held at Coulter COULTER March Iowa State college and the Franklin coun ty Farm Bureau and thebusiness men of Coulter held a farmers in stitute at the Great Western rail road Monday These meetings will be conducted in a train of cars at tho depot A carload ot exhibits prepared by the Iowa State college was on exhi bition A special program was giv en Vacation at Iowa U Will Begin Thursday IOWA CITY March sity of Iowa classrooms will close Thursday noon when the students begin the four and onehalf day Easter recess period In all colleges work will be resumed April 2 at a in WILL VISIT DAUGHTER Brady ia visit ins nt tho home oC his daughter Hire Ed Kunz He has spent tho winter lit Chicago and plans to bo here for the summer HAVE COMMUNION program of tho Methodist church Good Friday eve ning nt oclock will be tho Mas sago from the Cross and holy com mimion PRISONERS LISTEN TO BROADCASTS OF CONTESTS AT IOWA IOWA CITY March bars are no deterrents of the en thqsiarn of several hundred Uni versity ofIowa sports fans who attend Hawkeye contests by radio No 13232 writing from his cell at Fort Madison state penitentiary has expressed to Carl Menzer announcer of sta tion WSUI the appreciation of inmates who listen avidly to de scriptions of Old Gold events Football and basketball are most popular he said THOMPSON MAN ON COMMITTEE v v STERLING STANDS FOB QUALITY bf A B Myhr Is Choice Tenth District Farm Bureau Board THOMPSON March has been recelved here of the elec tion of A B Myhr a local resident as committeeman for the tenth dis trict of the Iowa Farm Bureau fed eration The election took place at a meet ing of the board of directors of the district held at Fort Eodge Tues day Mr Myhr takes the place of V B Donelson who is no longer living In the district He has served on the resolutions committee of the Iowa federation and is a votingdirector of the na tional federation representing northwest Iowa He is president of the Farm Bureau federation In Wianebago county SPENDING EASTER Helen Scott Mason itj is spending her Easter vacation liero with her grandparents Mr and Mrs G C Brickey Quarantine Is Lifted LATIMER March Ed Leimbacher home was lifted of quarantine Saturday after a siege of scarlet fever Easter 1 THE MOST IMPORTANT ARE FOR THE WEE MISS It is highly Important that the small lady of 2 to 6years be correctly garbed for her part in the Easter parade We are in a position to give you a service for equipping these wee folk that f is truly competitive with the exclusive shops I of much larger cities SILK DRESSES Smart little dresses of crepe de chine cleverly made with smocking and tiers of ruffles They are really splendid values and have a fashion that is very modish for little girlies to ONE CUTE OUTFIT SILK DRESS AND BONNET to match This little outfit Is Indeed clever You will ba bound to want your daughter to own one SILK BONNETS These ultra smart bonnets are Indeed the cutest little numbers that we have yet shown They are made of crepe de chines and georgettes and many are combined with straw All the pastel shades are available to WASH DRESSES the kind that you will enjoy laundering because of their fast colors the kind that you will love to have your little girl wear because they are so cute the kind that you can afford to buy because they are so reasonable You Do the Best Butler announce the birth of a tn JTUUI m er Saturday This makes a family of hlef agent at the Milwaukee depot hero and a girl ldurmgMr Hopkins nbsence wo small children a Ixty Only One Price Now Going On At SAM RAIZES Easter needs here and enjoyed Thousands of people have bought their large savings THESE THREE REMAINING DAYS IS YOUR CHANCE to get your share of these extraordinary bargains in our fine line of mens and boys Easter suits shoes and furnishings for the entire family REMEMBER OUR GUARANTEE You may take any article from our store for 24 hours Com pare the price and quality yith similar goods offered else where If you do not find our goods the best for less money return them and your money will be cheerfully refunded ITR RF real basehall bat with each boys suit of Arfmrf or more Get Our Prices Before Buying It Means Large Savings for You SAM RAIZES Open Evenings Phone 233 215301 S Federal 22 Wholly correct and smart are these single breast ed suits The single breasted is stylishly wide at the shoulders and snug about the either the peak or notch both are tailored in a splendid range of materials N Fine worsteds luxurious cheviots and unfinished worsteds and smart sharkskin fabrics in browns greys tans and blues Smart Topcoats Only One Price 22 OU No More or No Less 100 Camels Hair Topcoats Included Fine imported and domestic woolens have gone into the making of these splendid topcoats The tailoring is distinctive and cor rect m every detail Single and doublebreasted models in the seasons most preferred patterns NO CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS N i i National Klothiers I So Federal Ave Spring SUITS and TOPCOATS for Easter Sunday who know quality and appreciate value u i u be to realize the advantages to be had by selecting their Spring clothes from this splendid collection of suits and topcoats Mason Citys Only Exclusive Store Showing Good Looking Suits 50 No More No Less   

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