Mason City Globe Gazette, May 1, 1929, Page 4

Mason City Globe Gazette

May 01, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TOTTR MABCWTCITY GLOBEGAZETTE MAY 1 Crowd Attends Plymouth Play Directed by League PLYMOUTH May court trial Who Killed Earl Wright put on under the auspices of AntiSa loon league was well attended The cast was composed of the Rev A B Goe Miss Alice B Bbyer H L Tenney C R Lamson R L Dikon 3 O Hemselman Mrs Tenney the Rev William Galbreth the Rev Mr Draper Mrs A Chesebro and C A Molsberry They got behind the wheel f f got the facts 11 and bought Buicks The new Buick out performs any car I have ever driven forecasts Predict Setting of Record for Lake Shipping DULUTH May 1 of automobiles from factories in the middlewest and east by boat to Duluth during the 1929 lake season will surpass all previous records according to forecasts made here by automobile dealers lake ship pers Indications at this early stage of the navigation season point to a recordbreaking shipment of close to 40000 automobiles by boat nearly double the number brot here by the lake route during 1928 Shipments already made during the first two weeks of navigation on the Great Lakes are in heavy vol ume automobile dealers point out A solid boat load of cars about 200 will arrive in Duluth this week for shipment by special train to an Individual distributor The cargo of cars valued at more than will mark the first time that a large consignment to an individual dealer has been assigned the sole use of a boat and a freight train The auto mobiles to be shipped here from Toledo Ohio will be sent by freight to Eau Claire Wfs Mr W H K Shorewood name upon request This enthusiastic comment merely typifies that of thousands who have turned to Buick after making their own exacting tests Be sure to drive a Buick before buying any car iThe more careful your comparisons the more inevitably will they lead you to Buick The liberal GM A C Time Payment Plan makes it easy for you to own a Buick BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT MICHIGAN Dhishnof General NelortCorpOTaliim SERIES 116 SERIES 121 SERIES 129 to to to Cbupef to to to f port Cut These f o b Bufclc Factory special equipment extra BuickJctiv include only reasonable charges jar delivery and Jinaticiny tie delivered price at well as tbi list price ivitn comparing automobttfvalueu BIRUMOLSON CO 520 No Federal Mason City Iowa TThen Better Automobiles Are Built r Buick Will Build Them U Summer Faculty Is Recruited From Outstate College IOWA CITY May botanist law professor and education expert each from a different state havf been appointed to the summer ses sion staff of the University of Iowa Madison D Cody of the Univer sity of Florida will give a course in field botany and Frank S Rowley professor of law at the University of Cincinnati will lecture on Partner ship as a member of the law col lege of education it is announced The three appointees will teach during the first term of summer session which begins June 10 More than fortyfive other visiting lec turers also have been added to the staff in various university colleges and departments TAX ON GASOLINE TO MINNESOfANS NOW IN EFFECT Fuel to Be Used on Farms Is Exempted Under New Law ST PAUL May 1 of gasoline to the Minnesota consumer will go up onecent a gallon today when the law passed by the 1929 legislature providing for an in crease in the state gasoline tax from two to three cents a gallon becomes effecive wih the first day of May All gasoline used for motor ve hicles outside of those engaged pure ly in agricultural pursuits is sub ject to the tax Hjalmar Nilsson chief state oil inspector is having a complete check of gasoline re serves made and estimates that the increased tax rate will produce about on the stocks of Minnesota dealers alone The threecent gasoline tax is ex pected to produce nearly 000 a year but the total will not run that high this year because the twocent rate has been effective for four months The state highway de partment which realized about 000000 from the twocent tax in 1928 expects to realize less this year despite the Increase Its forecast is predicted prin cipally on the fact that since the first of the year onethird of state gasoline receipts have been set aside for distribution to counties for use on secondary roads in line with the constitutional amendment adopted by voters last November On a 12month basis however the three cent tax is expected to yield about for the state road system and for sec ondary roads Iowa University Men tpSpeak at Joint Convention IOWA CITY May Uni versity of Iowa staff members will appear on the program of the con vention of the Iowa Political Science association and the Iowa Associa tion of Economists and Soclollgists at Coe college Cedar Rapids May 10 and 11 Benjamin F Shambaugh president of the political science as sociation is scheduled to speak twice Otter university men to par ticipate are Edwin B Reuter so ciologist Wlnfred T Root historian Howara II Anderson graduate as sistant in history and George R Robeson political scientist Faribault Will Be Host to More Than 2000 at Convention Minn May 1 Faribault will entertain more than 2000 delegatesfrom Minnesota and North and South Dakota for the threeday district convention of the Woodmen of the World and the Su preme Forest Woodmens Circle starting Wednesday The major ses sions will be conducted Thursday with election of officers a sightsee ing tour of Faribault and a parade planned for Friday Number of folks who stay up all night looking for fun is constantly growing Louis Globe Dem ocrat i SIDE WEST SIDE all around the Tbwn ALL NEW YORK compares the 4 leading cigarettes IN EVERY QU ARTEU OFTHE CITY these loline shops vcre opened and thousands of pancmby llirongccj in lo Emokc nnd compnro Jho leading cigarettes with namca concealed The 4 leadingbronds with names hidden WIEGNER ROCKEY fc CO ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 41 lltDABWAT P Loriliard Co Inc March 16 1929 119 West 10th Street NewYork City We hereby certify thatWe have conducted and audited a series of public tests of the 4 leading ciga rette brands in various parts of New York City These tests were opento the general Every who entered one of the was asked to smoke the four cigarettes with brand names concealed and to designate by number which one his taste liked best We further certify that the following table correctly Summarizes the total results of these tests tOCATIOH OF TEST Vote for Voici for Vote for Veto at OLD COLD Fifth Avenue corner of 50th 90 208 Financial District 76 Fulton 145 BroadwaynearSSthSt 601 Greenwich Village 183 West 4th 174 East I2Sth 194 The Bronx 2486 Grajid Concourse 54 Total votes for each brand 1479 Brand JC SO 191 125 450 93 36 1076 Brand 60 142 522 126 165 46 1216 Branri Tata 2 Voui 41 154 105 430 104 113 36 983 241 767 517 2003 451 603 4754 Very truly PARK PROMOTERS ADD 5 COUNTIES Northeastern Iowa Associa tion Now Has Organizers in 10 Counties WEST UNION May nouncement is made that the North eastern Iowa Natoianl Park associ ation has extended its organization into five additional counties mak ing 10 counties in all in northeast ern Iowa in which theassociatioa Js represented by county organizers The five new county organizers appointed by Walter H Beall of West Union president of the asso ciation are as follows Dubuque couiity Herbert Adams of Dubuque Jackson county Joe A v Young of Bellevue Bremer county Vernon M Vierth of Sumner Floyd county Miss Pamelia Fluent of Charles City Chichaaaw county Floyd L Opdyke of New Hampton All havfe accepted the appointment Black Hawk Cerro Gordo and Delaware counties have been asked to name persons for appointment as county organizers The purpose of the Northeastern Iowa National Park association is to obtain the establishment of a na tional park in northeastern Iowa and is sponsored by the Iowa State Board of Conservation Last winter both houses of the Iowa legislature adopted resolutions favoring the creation of a national park along the Missisippi Ackley Ministers Form Association ACKLEY May ministers of the Ackley churches met Tuesday and effected an organization for their summers work The Rev J J Brlttell was elected president and the Rev J M Krafft secretary treasurer It was decided to again hold a Union Bible school thissea son which proved very suceessfu last year Union Sunday evening ser j vices will also be held during the months of July and August Blaze Burns Barn and Stock on Cresco Farm CRESCO May of un known origin destroyed the large barn and contents on the farm o Anton Zdanowicz seven miles north east of Cresco in Albion township The loss included five head of heavy work horses and 11 calves The cow had just been milked and turned out so none of them perished in the flames Minnesota U Will Be Host to Mothers MINNEAPOLIS Minn May i will take possession of he University of Minnesota campus May 11 when the program in the an nual observance of Mothers Day will be conducted by students and epreaentatives of the faculty More han 10000 invitations were issued by mall A dinner at 6 p m an amateur theatrical performance by tudents In the evening a tour of he campus and an afternoon tea are the principal events scheduled PAUL WHITEMAN Whiteniin Kinjf of Jaz with hit complete orchestra the OLD GOLD hour every Tueidayfroia9lo 10 PM Saving Time over entire network of the Columbia BrotdeMtinf Syftlem NOT A COUGH IN CARLOAD Will Give Annual Banquet at Osage OS AGE May norma training girls and their teacher Miss Marie Broghammer will glv their annual banquet Wednesda night in the parlors of the TJni versalist church The decorations will be in the form of a rose gar den Miss Lulu Carter president o the class will be toastmistress am the guests of honor will be Superin tendent and Mrs G HSawyer Mr and Mrs L F Cornwell and thi Misses Blanche McLaughlin Esthe M Row and Mildred Mason Lawler High Seniors Present Class Play LAWLER May clasi play Honor Bright was present ed by the seniors of Lawler high school In the auditorium of the high school The leading roles were tak en by Walter Corrigan and Helen Taylor The play was under the di rection of Miss Woods of the fac ulty M KLEMME GARAGE ROBBED OF Robbers Enter by Breaking in Window Gold Is Taken KLEMME May safe in the Ford garage owned and operated by John Prichard was robbed of in cash by thieveswho entered by breaking open a window in the rear A gold watch belonging to Henry Suckow that was in a car owned by Bernard Smid was also taken No clew to the robbers has been found Minnesota County Agents Will Meet With Manitobans ST PAUL May 1 agents of Minnesota will swap in formation and experiences with of ficials of Manitoba June 19 to 23 when they will visit Winnipeg upon special invitation as the guests of the premier of the province the mayor of the city and other of ficials With the Manitoba government about to launch into an agricultural extensionprogram it is in search of counsel from the Minnesota agents many of whom have had years of practical experience Lloyd Hudson of Watonwan president of the Min nesota County Agents association accepted the invitation for his ganization The Minnesota representatives in their turn will also seek informa tion They expect to observe the workings of the Canadian wheat pool visit the Manitoba agricultural college and study agricultural con ditions in the big province Radio Harmony rio will now sing Together about Sleeper Service Discontinued EAGLE GROVE May ing car service on Chicago and Northwestern trains 23 and 2i be tween Chicago and Hawarden by way of Eagle Grove has been dis continued the last sleeper going south and east on Saturday nights train April 28 Rudd Parents and Teachers Election Held at Last Meet RUDD May final Parent Teachers association meeting of the season was held in the high school auditorium Monday evening Elec tion of officers for the coming year was tha feature of the evening af ter which light refreshments were served Mrs Helen Lacoste was elected president of the association Mrs A B Allen vice president Miss Pearl Steven secretary and Mrs Pearl Hans treasurer were presented for the school picnic which will be held closing day of school H O Bral was appointed chairman of the nic committee Pastor at Nashua for 25 Years Will Leavl NASHUA May Rev H Van Loon who for the past years with the exception of a con pie of years spent at Greene h preached in the Gospel hall i Nashua has resigned and is ing to Essex Canada where M and Mrs Van Loon will make the hoirie with the latters mothe whose health Is failing WOMAN WRITER FINDS HEALTH ON DOORSTElt Vineennes the cen turies the King is dead long live the come to us as the ringing call of the unbroken reign of royal ty In this democratic day and age it has a strange sound But Misa Maude Moran 1306 Vigo Street poet and composerhas had occasion to use it in a very fitting change of an old habit for a new She tells about it below From childhood I have been a slave to that domineering tyrant King Caffein When other children asked for milk or candy demanded carTein The habit thus formed grew stronger every passing year and increasingly greater quantities weee required to satisfy me Keyed to high pitch I am a composer of music and writer of verse which is usually written to order I used the brainstimulating effect of caf fein to keep me pitched to the highest key of mental activity Of course I had to pay the price such immoderate Indul gence Nervousness and insomnia caused spiritual depression and my poems and melodies took on a melancholy tone which detracted much from their salable quali ties Sometimes I worked on into the wee sma hours of the morning because I dreaded going to bed knowing that I would be unable to sleep Thinking my brain work was the cause of my sleeplessness I never once blamed caffein until a small sample of was left at my door I prepared the sam ple according to directions and it tasted so good I purchased a large sized package the next day I continued using Postum instead of carTein and BOO n my nerves wez in fine shape and I could sleep for whin I am devoutly thankful The result is Old King Caffein U been dethroned and young King rcigna in his stead and I am one of 1 most Joyal and devoted subjecta Take your own case i Probably like Miss Moran you ht blamed overwork as the cause of yrl sleeplessness or nervousness You hi never thought to look into your diet suspect that the seemingly harmless c feinyou take with your meals could be sourceof jangly nerves and sleepless mgl Try this decide Make Ii tum your mealtime drink for thirty in place of caffein See what a differenc the way you sleep in the you feel Then youll realize the true c1 ger of the true value of 1L tuml jl Youll rhiss nothing in mealtime enj mcnt by the change Millions prefer P turns rich flavor to that of any mealtime drink Postum is made of roasted wL J and bran A drink without a trace of artificial stimulant Nothing to attv nerves and heart to cause sleeplessness indigestion B Your grocer has Postum in two fornH Instant Postum prepared instantly inK cup and Postum Cereal made by boils Both cost much less than other mealt f i onehalf cent a cup O yoursoclay testl Driving off into a three day sale of Golf Equipment One St Andrew Set 895 This set consists of midIron mashle niblick putter and choice of driver or torassle 2 balls and bag A closeout B Special Sets 1950 Consists of bag steel shaft driver midIron mashie nib lick putter 2 Black Circle Balls Another real value Matched Irons OUR STOCK of Reach Wright and Ditson Golf Clubs with the exception of one Special series is always priced below the sug gested price of the manufacturer so that they are good values at any time Now for three days we offer some even better than usual values in order to closeout a few clubs that are just as good as new to any golfer yet clubs we do not care to have in stock any longer Come in and see what we you are under no obligations to buy Very Special Matched and registered set of KROYDON WOODS priced on the felt case they come in at by the manufacturer To close out St Andrew Sets 995 Not a close out but a set with bag 2 balls midiron mashle niblick putter and driver A regular value here Record Set s 3950 2750 A set of Record Clubs midiron mashle niblick and putter steel shaft driver and braaale 2 balls and bag Regular value Save Matched Irons 2725 Five Steek shaft irons with chromium plated heads Fine calf skin grips Medium weight Tees Dozen 5c Regular Golf Values At Our Store Reach Wright and Ditson Clubs to to Paramount Balls 3 for Reach Eagle Balls each59c Geo Wright Matched Woods set of 1900 Six wood shaft irons with chrdmlum plated heads Calf skin grips Specially priced for these three days One set only Tees Dozen 5c CurrieVan Ness Company PHONE 17 Maintained By Merit 11 NORTH FEDERAL AVE ;