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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHTEEN MASON GITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL 121929 TO STAND TRIAL FOR ALLEGED MISUSE OF LODGE FUN PLAN ACTUARIAL COURSES To Be Taught in Department of Math at Three Sessions IOWA CITY April science will be taught in three Uni versity of Iowa summer session spe cial courses according to announce ment by Prof Henry L Rietz head of the department of mathematics Thecourses are those in actuar ial theory and practice dealing with the mathematics of Insurable risks and statistics both of which will be offered by Professor Rietz ilathe matics will be presented by Charles C Wylie assistant pro fessor Professor Rietz firat course brings in topics on life and disabil ity contingencies recommended in the courses of study for assoeiate ship in the Actuarial Society of America and the American Insti tute of Actuaries Beginning June 10 the courses will be given for six weeks They are especially designed for students preparing for actuarial examina tions while working in life insurance offices Fire Does No Damage ALGONA April fire de partment was called to the C B Barry home where a chimney was burning out Wednesday noon No damage was done HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From 100 GIobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota GIRL BORN girl was born to Mr and airs H C Sprung BACK FROM VISIT Martha Wil cox Is home from a weeks visit to her daughters Mrs A R Baxter at Ce dar Falls and airs Alfred Smith at Waterloo ARTISTIC PLATED METAL ARM i 14X9 HANDPAINTEi GLASSE SHADE LampBaigain erf them fetrfS 5 INCH IMPORTED BEADED FRINGE SILK TINSEL CORD I ONYX SWftTED SOLID BRASS TWISTED TUBING Beautiful LAMP 95 00 DOWN a week EXTRA URGE VIDRIO ONYX SHAFT PLATED SOLID METAL BASE EXTRA SPECIAL ACCOUNT OPENER We want exactly 100 new customers That is why we are offering this lamp for a few days only to the first 100 who come to pur store and open an account We want you to get in the habit of trading with to prove to you how much we value your trade we are offering this lamp bargain at a price half what you would ordinarily pay ENTIRE LAMP PLATED IN GOLD FINISH The standard measures full high and is of solid brass twisted tubing gold color plated with two attractive inserts of Vidrio Onyx and with husk trim Artistic heavy metal base also plated in gold finish The shade is the popular hand painted glasse covered with tiny glass beads to give an iridescent lighting effect Size x 9 with long imported beaded fringe When lighted it shows up most wonderfully A hand some silk tinsel cord included with each lamp Come Saturday and Buy This Greatest of Lamp Values Cash or Credit Sale starts Saturday Morning at 8 oclock 110 NORTH No Telephone or Mail Orders Accepted None Sold to Dealers HERE VISITING MARBLE Eva Ritter Nott and son of Dtihny Brook N Dak are here visiting Mrs Nolls parents Mr and Mrs William Ritter MOVE TO JOLIET and Mrs Harry Bishop have left for their new horns in Joliet 111 Irvln and Ben Duesen berg left Wednesday morning with a truck loaded with their household goods SPENDS WINTER Clark who spent the winter here has returned to Coolee N Dak VISIT PARENTS T C Carlson anil daughter Mary Catherine camei from Jotce Tuesday for a visit with Mrs Carlsons parents Mr and Mrs W P Buren and her granddmother Mrs Mary McGreevey TO HAVE OPBRATION M Troutner and son Bert so to Des Moines today where Mrs Troutner will he operated upon Saturday for the removal of a Bolter She has been in the M E hospital there for several weeks REPORT BIRTH came from Mr and Mrs J Novak of Waterloo re porting the birth of a son Mrs No vak was Miss Mabelle Armstrong daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Armstrong of Plymouth RETURN TO FARM MARBLE and Mra Fred Kivel who went to Arpfn Wis a year ago have returned here to a farm west of town IS GUEST Maufl Arnold of Council Bluffs was a guest of Mr ana Mrs Abe Seitz from Tuesday until Thursday ATTEND DOG SHOW and Mrs E B Bu ren left TusetJay on a motor trip to Des Moines to attend the doff show RETURN HOJIE and Mrs Har old A Cooper and daughter Janice returned Wednesday evening from Minneapolis where they spent several days visiting Mrs Coopers mother RETURNS HOME MARBLE P Miller now past 90 years of age who spent the winter with his daughter Mrs Amy Tordon at Clinton has returned to his home here ANNOUNCE BIRTH Fred Schma deke has the announcement of the birth of a son to her daughter Mrs Herman Bleke Wahpoton N Dak GUEST IN NASHUA Mra Bessie Wallis and daughter Beth of Mt Vernon are guests at the S XV Bllnn home Mrs Wallis moved from here to Mt Vernon four years ago MOTHER IS ILL Mrs H H CaJa I ihancaJne Tuesday from Lime Springs I TloVa visit wUh Mrs CalahTCirs mother Mrs Mary McGreevey who is Quite 111 CALLED TO JURY MARBLE S Birth has been called on tho federal grand Jury which meets at Dubutiue April 23 GUESTS OF PARENTS and Mrs Arnold Burkie and son Robert of Irene S JJak have been guests at the home of Mrs Burkies parents Mr and Mrs T C Johnson WILL OPERATE C A Sawyer has gone to Rochester Minn where she will undergo an operation for goiter VISIT AT RUDD and Mrs Frank Hohb and two children of Sedgwick Colo are visiting at the William H Elch meier home a mile northwest of Rudd ARRIVE HOME and Marcus Mary who have been working in Chi cago the past winter arrived hom Wednesday and will work on the farm oE their father Frank Mary this sea son REFUSES CHECK SELLS PLANT C Waldeck who installed a farm light plant some years agro on His farm near here has sold his plant to Chester Geddea ana has been connected with the high line which passes his farm RETURNS HOME O A Thov son who underwent a major operation In a Mason City hospital returned to her home Wednesday evening SPONSOR PARTY St Cecelia church members sponsored a card party ana dance at the academy hall Thursday ATTEND FUNERAL and Mrs Mark Ba con went io Iowa Falls Thursday to attend the funeral of a brotherinlaw MOVE TO M C and Mrs James Calahan moved to Mason City this week to make their home WILL VISIT Fred J Sedlasky who with her husband has spent the past two years on Mr Sedlaskys farm near Alexandria La has arrived here and will visit some time at the home of her daughter Mrs Frank J Shl ANNOUNCE BIRTH ROCK and Mrs Grant Johnson announce the birth ot a daughter Wednesday Mrs Mabel Wit ter Stark of Chicago is here to care for her sister and niece PATIENT AT OAKDALE MARBLE Draeger son Mr ana Mrs Frank Draeger has returned home after having been a patient nt Oakdale for the past year CONDITION CRITICAL A Hofmaster who suffered a stroke several weeks ago Is again In a critical condition CALLED BY DEATH J Tidman super intendent of the Titonka school was called to Iowa Falls Wednesday by the sudden death of a sister VISIT PARENTS and Mrs Elmer Rowe of ICnnsns City Mo are visit ing with the formers parents Mr and Mrs C T Rowe south of town MAKES RECOVERY George Urich who underwent a major operation at Ro chester Minn Is making a good re covery but will not be able to come Jiomo tor n couple of weeks HAS OPERATION ROCK ChiIstensen returned Wednesday from Rochester where lie lind had an operation IMPROVES SLOWLY McLaughlin is improving very slowly in a hospital in Mason City IS ILL HANLONTOWN Floyd Hewlett eacher here who has been ill at his lome In Grand River since Easter vas unable to make tho trip he planned here this week FATHER IS ILL Myrtle Webber third grade teacher here has been called to her home in Clarion because oC the serious illness of her father Mrs Paul Manor is substituting for Miss Webber SEVENTH BOY RORN seventh boy has como to make his homo in the L A Brugman family He has been named James Matthew Mr and Mrs Brug man have no daughters SEW FOR ORPHANS Axel Strom berg was hostess to circle two on Thursday afternoon and Mrs W J Loveless entertained circle one the same afternoon Tho two circles are sewing for children in the orphanage CALLED BY DEATH EAGLE C A Lamb of Los Angeles Cal was a guest in the city of Mr and Mrs W B Porter Mrs Lamb Is a former resident of this city and was Mlas lone Stephen son before marriage She was callec to Ees Moines on account the death of her father George Stephenson Miss Stepticnson saw active service during tho World war in the Red Cross ser vice overseas DECORAH April Senator W H itlemmo of tlto WinneshlekH o w a r d district doesnt believe the senators and representatives are entitled to the 500 expense allowance to their salaries duringthe general assembly session and voiced his refusal to accept the check in the following I shall not cash that check It would violate the rules of fair play to come here knowing your salary to be and then in creasing it to I believe in the Golden Rule he said FORMER LODGE CHIEF IS HELI1 Judge Refuses to Sustai Demurrer to Quash Indictments DES MOINES April 12 A Lowenberg of Ottumvva fo past master of the Ancient Order United Workmen and H E Blai ledge Keosaucfua real estate m must stand trial in the May term court here for alleged misuse funds of the orderJudge Herm Zeuch so ruled Thursday in ref ing to sustain a demurrer asK that indictments against the n lie quashed The indictments refer to onlyo real estate deal in which the et charges the men loaned a piece of property worth only 000 taking an insufficient me gage to secure it Numerous ot transactions however are allei to be involved The state charges the men mi this particular transaction to tain for themselves out the loan Lowenberg resigned as grand master about a year ter 10 years in the office foil ing an investigation by the at insurance department WILL ADDRESS SCOUTMASTERS Regional Executives Will At tend Training Course at Iowa City IOWA CITY April Uni versity of Iowa men will address the training course for Boy Scout re gional executives here April 12 13 md 26 27 according to Paul R VIcGuire Iowa City executive The speakers will be Edward H auer director of the extension di vision Paul C Packer deaa of the college of education L E Travis director of the speech clinic Edwin D Starbuck head of the depart ment of philosophy Rufus H Fitz gerald director of the Iowa union and Harry A Greene of the college of education K G Bentz of Burlington re ional leader is supervisor of the course Executives from fifteen Iowa cities of the region already have registered Automobile Firm at Rockwell Dissolves ROCKWELL April au tomobile firm of Lattimer and OBrien has been dissolved by mu tual consent Harold F OBrien re tiring W D Lattimer will continue the Ford agency and garage as in the past Mr OBrien naa made no public announcement as to his fu ture intentions HOWARD COUNTY LETS CONTRAH Road Bonds Receive Inter I Rate Claimed Higher Than Usual CRESCO April contract for the CrescoGranyj road was let April 10 by ijf Howard county hoard of supervise to Rede A Larson of Minn the lowest of nine The contract is for 29 cents it yard for the first mile and 6 ceij per yard for each additional iM mile haul The job is to be by Aug 1 tM Grading contracts on roads and south of primary 9 in toga township were let to Lrown of Madison Lake Minnj about 516000 Harold Rasmussen of Cresco awarded the contract for tilin roads above mentioned and tract for furnishing the co culverts was awarded to Manufacturing company Primary road bonds to the 4i urer of Howard county to D Beh company at 5 per ci terest which is said to be a rate thanany other countj bonds recently sold in the sf Drake Concert Band to Play at Shef SHEFFIELD April Drake university concert rccted by Alonzo Leach cf t 1 Rudd Eighth Graders to Hold Declamatory RUGD April eighth grade students of the Rudd Consoli dated school will hold their de clamatory contest in the high school auditorium this evening Winners in each division dramatic oratorical and humorous will be awarded bronze medals Hoines will give a concer the Memorial hall on Saturu ternooii April 20 This band posed of 50 pieces and their j tainment will be given auspices and for the benefit high school band To Give Postponed 1lajs DOUGHERTY April Junior high school play postponed from Easter account of the weather will this Sunday evening STANDS FOR QUALITY f i 300 Pairs New Smart to Shoes in a Special Selling Two Remarkably Low Prices PATENT SATIN BLACK KID BLUE KID REPTILE COMBIN ATIONS AND An Important Event Tbis assortment is too large to permit descrip tion in detail You will find all the leading and most desired styles at these prices that afford great savings PUM PS STRAPS TIES SANDALS the Rest   

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