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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                WTJR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE APRIL 23 1929 1 I i 3 i 1 Officers Seek Hit and Run Motorist City1 and1 county officials art searching fora hit run driver who collidedwith two cars at a point six miles south of the city Monday night and failed to stop The oar was reported to be bearing the license number A5610 One of the cars was driven by Flora Har ris Burchinaland the other car was driven by James Clausen Both cars were considerably damaged CASE CONTINUED B IT Bendlckson 1707 South Massachusetts avenue who ap peared in justice court before M C Coughloa morning on the charge of passing a worthless check was given a continuance un til Saturday morning The Moreland AWHEEL or or faraway office desk or Moreland fulfills every obligation for sport or business wear Comfortable in fit correct in design of a qu Lord Roches tinction and utility to PRICE INCLUDES KNICKERS AND ve 1ERS PATTON MOTHERS Where a dollar AMju SOUTH JIVE WE INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS Savings Savings Accounts Certificates of Deposit General Banking Business and Personal Checking Accounts Travelers Checks Foreign Exchange Collections Investment Bonds and Mortgages Trust Acts as Executor Trustee Agent Etc Safety Deposit Complete Charges for boxes NORTHWEST Savings Bank THE WHITE BANK1 Mason City Iowa GIVES STORY OF DEANMARSTON Brother of Mason City Doc tor Has Had Envious Career as Engineer A somewhat lengthy article in the Proceedings of the American So ciety of Civil Engineers tells the life story of Anson Marston brother of Dr C it Marston of Mason City and recently elected president of tho engineering society Engineer Marston who is known to a number of Mason City resi dents and who owns farm land in Cerro Gordo countyhas for 25 years beendean of the engineering school of Iowa State college His ability has been recognized by his appointment to a number of im portant assignments The article in the engineering or gan pictures Mr Marstonas a pro duct of themiddle west altho a large part of his education was ob tained at Cornell university He was reared at Rockford H He went to Iowa State college in 1892 as pro fessor of civiZ engineering and later was made deanand director of the Iowa engineering experiment sta tion Mention Is made of the fact that Mr Marston was a member of the engineering board of review for the sanitary district of Chicago Un 192i25 and that he was consulting engineer on sewerage and sewage disposal at Miami He has been president of the society for the pro motion of engineering education and has been active in such organiza tions as the American Society for Testing Materials the chairman ship of the joint concrete culvert pipe committee and other projects For almost 25 years he has been one of the three members of the Iowa State Highway commission During1 the World war he was major ofengineers becoming a lieutenant colonel in 1918 WOULD SLOW UP RUM DRINKING Wants Drug Clerks to Use Discretion in Selling Shaving Lotion DES MOXNES April 23 Clerks in Iowa stores where bay rum is sold wilJ have added to their work the task of determining whether a man was a bum when he asked for bay rum if todays suggestion by S P McNaught state superintendent of the anti saloon league isfollowed Service Station Men of Standard Oil Hold Meeting at Hanford Harold Campbell of the Gildrier Brothers clothing stores addressed a noon luncheon of the service sta tion attendants of the Standard Oil company at the Hotel Hanford Tuesday speaking on the work of the company employes from the customers standpoint The banquet was attended by 60 persons being a part of an nil day session of the service station oper ators within a radius of 75 miles of Mason City The meeting was in charge of the service station depart ment of the company The meeting at noon was presided over by H E Hanson local branch manager of the Standard Oil com pany while other sessions were in charge of Earl S Daughhetee serv ice station superintendent ariisted by H E Radasch sales manager Policeman May Be Deputy Sheriff on No Pay Opinion Says TheL offices of city policeman and deputy sheriff without pay are not Incompatible Attorney John Flet cher ruled Tuesday in an opinion given County Attorney Roe Thomp son of Mason City The opinion sought by Mr Thompson to clear up the legality of a practice common in this and other counties of appointing as deputy sheriffs without pay the police offi cers in outlying towns and commun ities The opinion written by Assistant Attorney General Neill Garrett said in part Wa are of the opinion that such offices are not incompatible and that it would be proper for the same per son to hold offices for the reason that where the policeman is acting as a deputy sheriff without compen sation he is not depriving the county of a deputy sheriff which it might otherwise have WORDOFBLAISE DEATH RECEIVED Haeckel H Blaise Dies in East Following Long Illness Word has been received in tUe city of the death of Haeckel H Blaise 34 son of Dr and Mrs T T Blaise of this city which oJ curred Tuesday morning in a hospi tal in North Hampton Pa Mr Blaise died following an operation Friday after an illness bfa year He had made his home for the past nine months with his wife and fam ily in Egypt Pa a suburb of Al lentown Mr Blaise was a former resident of Mason City coming here from Sigourney with his parents when he was three years old He attended school here and was completing his final year at the Diversity of Iowa when the war began He enlisted in chemical warfare and following his return from the army he was employed in Kansas City as a chem ical engineer Mr Blaise later took up residence with his family in Egypt and was employed by the Giant cement company located in Allentown He was recently re turned from the coast where he aided in the construction of a ce ment plantMr Blaise who was a chemical engineer was regular contributor to several engineering magazines Surviving are his wife formerly Maybelle Sullivan of Albert Lea two daughters Marilyn 1 and Pat ricia 5 and a son Burke 9 months old his father and mother Dr and Mrs T T Blaise residing in this city and one brother P C Blaise of Kansas City who has been hero for the past three months Funeral arrangements have not been made but the body will be brot back to this city for burial At THE HOSPITALS aar who several years ago boiled the alcohol out of canned heat and drank it now are buying bay rum when they feel the need of a stimu lant Frequently the dime you give the panhandler goes to purchase bay rum McNaught declared anc suggested stores sell the lotion to regular customers only lira M W Ferguson Algona was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday for treatment Mrs Mary Stanton Garner was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday for treatment of a broken hip i Mrs Telford Laken Rockwell submitted to a major operation at the Mercy hospital Monday Miss Rita Donnelly 321 North Georgia avenue was admitted to the Mercy hospital Tuesday for treatment Mrs J D Kent Lake was admitted to the Meity hospital Tuesday for Stamp Collectors to Exhibit LE HAVRE France April 23 collectors from all coun tries are expected here May 1826 for an International Philatelic expo sition marking the fiftieth anniver sary of organization of the business Several foreign governments will have official exhibits i 1 Davenport Man Will I T oe sentenced ror Running Alky Still TOOK CATHARTICS EVERY NIGHT Eating ALLBRAN Believed Constipation Everybody who is slave to cathar tics and laxatives will be interested in this I took cathartic pHls ever night and dally to relieve znyaclf and take KWK the awfulheadaches I wu subject to Twoxnootha ago I started eatinsr a Jarffa bowl 6t your ALXjBRAN with cream for braakfaat and today I am in fine condition better than I havo been in three years My bowels are regular every day I have not taken ona cathartic till in two Mis A J dCouncil 62 Fhetii Art Bochcster N Y Constipation gets in its deadly work whenbulkis left out of the diet KeHoggs ALLBRAN however will supply this bulk It sweeps the intestine clean and stimulates nor mal action Two table spoonfuls cases with every meal Thousands have regained their oldtime vigor and relieved consti pation forever by eating ALL BRAN Doctors recommend it Kelloggs ALLBRAN is 100 bran Readytoeat with milkor cream Delicious recipes for muffins etcVori cers sell it Restaurants hotels diningcars serve it Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek JUVSUBE SK1W TROUBLES tv tiailv of Ciiticura Soap ASSISTED BY Cutictira Ointment SOd JBVEIHrWHERE Soap Ointment 25C and Talcum 25c Sastplt each free CuUoora 1OP Maiden SlAaiachuJiettB ALLBRAN CHICAGO April 23 James F Green of Davenport pleaded ilty before Federal Judge Fred L Wham to a liquor charge with two codefendants Sentence will be pronounced after seven others who pleaded not guilty to the Charge have beentried The government charges that stills operated by the men turned out more than 100000 gallons of il licit liquor last year which was transported from Peru HI to Dav enport and then shipped to Chicago where It was retailed Funeral Services for Fred Buehler Packing House Employe Held V Funeral services for Fred Buehler 62 who died at a local hospital Fri day night of Infection from an in jury were held Monday afternoon at the Zion Methodist church with the Rev G H Kohler pastor in charge Mr Buehler who had been a resi dent of the city for the past 17 years coming here from Germany had worked for the Decker packing house for as many years He was born July 19 1867 in Germany and married Catherine Harnung July 13 1891 in that country who survives him Four sons Valentine of Saginaw Mich Fred of Dubuque William of Chi cago and Carl of this city who Is living at borne survive One daugh ter Mrs Carl Schneider lives in Saginaw Mich Brothers and sisters surviving are Conrad Jacob Hans and Georgo all living in City and Mrs Elizabeth Benz and Mag dalen t Buehler residing in Ger many Years Ahead in Design KELVINATOR Electric Refrigeration Seethe New Silent Kelvinator before you make a life time investment in household electric refrigeration Quiet to the point of SILENCE 100 automatic in service Utterly reliable because backed by the oldest and greatest name in electric refrigeration A wide selection of artistic modern cabinets now on display See them today CURRIEVAN NESS CO MAINTAINED BY MEKIT Phone 17 11 North Federal Ave en H J Steinberg Attends Stockholders Meeting H J Steinberg assistant post master attended a meeting of the Iowa stockholders of the Home Stakes OH and Gas company held Monday night the Wahkonsa hotel In Fort Dodge Mr Steinberg presided over the meeting which was attended by more than 200 stockholders and friends No busi ness was transacted as ttie meet ing was held for the purpose of get ting acquainted J R Simpson and F B Garden president and secreL tary of the company Tulsa Okla attended the meeting and gave brief addresses Wednesday and Thursday Special BACON Mild Sugar Cured Sliced 51b box 95c COFFEE Crown Brand 3 LBS FOR Steel Cut A Big Value J WEINERS Small Fancy Ib PORK LIVER sliced ib7c The Marvelous New ROYAL SPRAY ATTACHMENT with every Royal Cleaner sold this Week Here is your chance to have a Koyal Cleaner together with a spray gun that allows you to do all kinds of lacquering and refinishing This handy spray gun and the extreme efficiency of the Royal as a cleaner makes this the ideal time to buy Small Down Payment Balance Monthly Pays For Any Cleaner Free Attachments With each Fedelco Cleaner sold this week we are giving the attachments FREE The term price of Fedelco Clean ers Small Down Payment Balance Monthly Royal Cleaners at and up SEVERAL GOOD USED CLEANERS AT BARGAIN PRICES CURRIEVAN NESS CO PHONE 17 MAINTAINED BY MERIT 11 N FEDERAL AVE PAINT IT WITH A ROYA ADVERTISING Its Printers Inlc That Makes Them Think The of wise old bird that cock 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