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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TWENTY JMA5QNCITT GLOBEGAZETTE IOWAS CHANCE IS QUESTIONABLE GRADS ARE AGAIN CAST LOW AFTER PERIOD OF HOPE Goodenough Indicates Little Chance of Conference Meeting Soon IOWA CTTY May 31 vesity of Iowa graduates who had hoped that their alma mater might be reinstated In the Big Ten con ference before the alumni associa annual meeting here tomorrow night were disconsolate today Prof G A Goodenough of the university of Illinois chairman of the confer ence faculty committee offered little hope of his group assembling this week two schools Michigan and Indjana have replied to his letter asking whether a special meeting should be called to consider Iowas petition for reconsideration He de1 commntee consists dined to indicate if these Memorial Serices to Be Held at Old Cemetery in Chapin May to custom Memorial services will Jje held at old Chapin cemetery Sun day afternoon beginning at oclock The exercises preceding the program at the platform will be in charge the American Legion The line of march will form at the west end of the cemetery Details of children with escorts from the Le gion will decooate the graves of vet erans Immediately following will be the service at the monument to the unknown dead The assembly will then proceed to the site of the platform and the program will continue as follows Invocation the Rev J E Pritchard pledge of allegiance to the flag Boy Scouts song mixed quartet Gettys burg address Ray Kephart sons quartet offering address H H Uhlenhopp of Hampton son quar tet benediction by the chaplain the Rev J E Pritchard The flower committee consists of C E Stone ties favored a meeting Alumni leaders plan tomorrow t indorse the action of the athleti council in promising complete fac ulty control of athletics at the uni versity It was indicated that thet meeting would not discuss reporte allegations that a slush fundMo athletes is maintained since univer sity officialsdeny that this was th reason for Iowas ouster Th schools authorities still insist tha reports of alumni and outside con trol of athletics was the cause fo the Big Tens action Rudd Woman Is Badly Burned in Explosion RUDD May Esther Matte waitress at the Horn cafe was seriously burned about the hands and face Wednesday when a gasoline stove which she was operating exploded and blew the flames about her Thornton Auxiliary Sends Cookie Quoia THORNTON May Thornton unit of the American Re gion Auxiliary has sent its quota of cookies to the Knoxville hospital The fourth district keeps thecook ie jar filled during the month of May and also puts en the birthday parties for the men having birth days in May Frank Philpot and Mrs R A San ders Chamber of Commerce at Estherville Plans Drive for Membership ESTHERVILLE May ex tensive membership drive by the Chamber of Commerce will start Monday under the direction of Loo manhooTMrsBjonesraiason City Sanders and 13 W KnMpr whn win f VETERAN DIES ON MEMORIAL DAY John Gager 88 Was Oldest Civil War Soldier of Cresco CRESCO May Gager Grescos oldest Civil war veteran died at his home In Cresco Thurs day morning at the age of 88 years He was born April 14 1841 in Meriposa township Peterborough county Ontario Canada the last of 11 children born to Herbert and Achsah Cody Gager At the age of 14 he came to Iowa withhis father and settled in Kendallville Winne shiek county In May 1859 he moved to Ne braska and at Brownsville he en listed in the Union army Dec U teaming for the gov ernment He Joined the Ninth Kan sas cavalry which later consolidated with the second Kansas cavalry Company G and was mustered in a Fort Leavenworth Kas serving three years and one month Returns to Iowa At the end of the service he re turned to Kendallville and on Dec 25 1865 was married to Miss Ada line 15 Trask They moved to Kan sas in 186E and back to Iowa in 1874 since when they lived in Cresco and vicinity They were the parents of thre daughters and two sons Mrs L E Straws Cresco Arthur and Lo renzo both of whom died in early HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From 100 GlobeGazette Correspond ents in North Iowa and Minnesota ATTEND MEETING and Mrs J O Sanders and E W Kohler who will Misa Virginia at home Mrs fiden Gager died March 7 1913 The three daughters survive also 16 grand Much effort will be put forth to in crease the enrollment of the organi zation As announced by the board of di rectors following a meeting Tues day every man in Estherville will CD urged to join during this campaign It is hoped that the present mem bership of 90 may be raised to 180 The first of the noonday lunch eons to be held under the new pro gram plan prepared by the recently organized board of directors will be Tuesday in the Guardston hotel Contractor to Work at Hansell BRISTOW May L Yost local gravel contractor started moving his trucks tractors and other equipment which he has iad in storage here this winter on Vednesday preparatory to tho starting of operations near Hansel on Thursday children and 14 greatgrandchildren Oldest Member of Post Mr Gager was at the time of his death the oldest member of the Cresco G A R post and his death leaves but six men of that organ ization in this vicinity and two other veterans Jiving here not members of the post Funeral service will be held in the Baptist church Sunday at 2 p m to be conducted by the pastor the Rev C S Carroll with interment at Oalc Lawn cemetery Sons of Vet erans will be pallbearers and pa triotic orders will attend in a body During Mr Gagers last illness he expressed a hope to live until after Memorial day and as he had been mproving some during the past iveek or more he expected to be strong enough to attend Hie Me morial services on Thursday Christensen and son Bernhard Chris tenson are attending a ministerial convention at Elkhorn They expect to be gone about a week VISIT BRISTOW BRISTOW Brlstow entertained a number of out of town guests for the observance of Memorial day Mrs George Zeller and daughter Carol Elgin 111 Mr and Mrs Francis SniC fln Cedar Falls Mrs P H Jones Rockwell City Mrs Nettie Jones Oseo Wis Mrs Anna Huber ClarksvlUe Mrs C H Bunker Waterloo and Mr and Mrs O MorCord Ireton are some oC those who visited here MEETING HELD ALLISON An all day poster meet ins was held by the Farm Bureau women in tha Legion hall Achieve ment day will be held some time in June MOVE TO LAKE MILLS Mr and Mrs A J Bangs and children are moving to thler old home in Lake Mills The house they have rented Mrs J E Fraser will be occupied by the E A Fischer fam ily VISITS PARENTS ROCK Mrs Raymond R Brtggs and two children Robert and Chloe lett for their homo in Brighton after spending a month with Mra Briggs parents Mr and Mrs T R Perrett RELATIVES VISIT E H Grum mer is enjoying a visit from his moth er and a brother of Omaha Nebr RETURNS HOME Laura Nelson who I has been keeping house for he daughter Roby who teaches at Grin nell has returned borne WILL REMAIN H Folken daughter Edith of Kesley are in Alll son where they will remain for SOIUL LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA NORA Luella Moody left Wednesday for Calfrornia Sha expects to sail June 8 for Hawai ian islands with the Coffin family who visited the Moodys here last summer VISIT MOTHER and Mrs Bert Green field of Convith visited the formers mother Mra Peter Greenfield over Memorial day time ARE RECOVERING J C Morrison and Dr Thomaa McMalion are recovering from the removal of their tonsils at Alason City hospital WILL RETURN ROCK Alice Miller igh school teacher expects to attend lie state Teachers college this sum tier She is at her home in Osase until he term commences and will Be back o teach next year ATTENDS CONVENTION Lena Johansen Is aklng a weeks vacation from her vork at the T C Johnson store and is ttendlng a church convention at Elk orn GBFTS For the mm Diamond Solitaire With 3Stonc Wedding Ring A special feature two rings for the price of one Engagement ring sel with appropriate size sparkling diamond Wedding ring has 5 weB matched dia monds Both I8ltt White Cold Dont miss this unussi value Come in convince yourself PAY A WEEK and on CREDIT Fofto why fret over what to give the loving conples for a ding gift Visit this gift store where there are hundred of the finest suggestions in gifts that last a lifetime We have listed a few belowbut there are many we invite your in spectionl OfCoimeYour CREDIT IS GOOD 8Day Chime Clock Regular value Nationally known Ctjme Clock guarantced 8lay move ment mahogtiny finish case Strikes hour end half hour on two lone eon Buy il at Uiis ow Wrlct Watch of our In W fi White Gold Watch for ladiei inset with 2 sparklC diamonds and 4 blue Guar antttd jeweled wovrnient Special at Famous Rogers Silverware 57 A WEEK This 28pIece Rogers Silver Set will be a most welcome gift It comes complete with serving trny at the na fcionally advertised cash A WEEK PAY A WEEK 0 EXTRA CHARGE FOR EASV TERMS HERE VISITS SISTER NORA J C Clark of Mt Glair N J arrived Wednes day at the home of her sister Mrs H J Buckman at this place She had been culled to Oakland Cal by tha serious illness of a sister who was in a hospital there She is returning to her horns In New Jersey after a short visit here and with her brother Carl Ebert of Rudd ASKS RELEASE T Frank of Hlceville vrho was hired by the board of educa tion td succeed Elmer Kvammen as coach nnd part time tcaclicr has asked to be released from his contract in order to coach and teach physical training at the high school in Grin nell at a bigger salary than Osage can afford to pay Ho will ho released VISITS FAMILY NOHA Zemko of Denver arrived in Nora Springs Thursday where he will visit his sis ters Mra I C Bionson and Mrs MinnieBenedict and hla mother Mrs G A Zemke who recently came here from Lone Beach Cal MOVE TO MINNEAPOLIS and Mrs Harold Cooper and daughter Janice aro mov ing to Minneapolis where Mr Cooper has employment WILL TEACH NORA Genevleve Nubson Js at home for her vacation from tha Oakland schools She will teach at Dnnnison the coming year ACCEPTS POSITION Charles Raper has ac cepted tho position of superintendent of the Ixikery department of tho state industrial school nt BIdora and with Mrs Raper expects 10 move to that city about June 2 GUEST OF SISTER NORA A C Thomas of Hole is a guest nt tiro home of her sister Mrs W jr Bright VISIT AT PLYMOUTH and Mrs Troy laker of Minneapolis have been vislt ng with Mr and Mrs A M Holroyd ANNOUNCE BIRTH and Mrs George Zimmerman are announcing the birth if a boy at tho Lutheran hospital at lanipton TO ATTEND SCHOOL NORA B L Wood cock came from Beep River to spend i few flays with her husband who eaves Friday for Cedar Falls where 10 will attend summer school Mr Woodcock has had charge of the man iVal training nnrt been the coach fn ho Nora Springs schools tho past two He will teach at Eldoia the coming year HOLD ELECTION Womans Home ifissionary society met at the home of Mrs Cora Alberty to hold its annual 2lectlon of officers and hear the an nual reports of the secretary and the reaaurer The ola officers were re lected TO MAKE TRIP and Mrs Donald son Inglis and daughter Miss Dorothy ngllg have gone to Los Angeles Cal or a six weeks visit with relatives They intend to make an extensive sightseeingtrip thru California Ire Tore returning IS AT HOME NORA Diegcl Is at home after his years studat tho State university at Iowa City OLD RESIDENT VISITS EAGLE and Mrs Gormley of Chicago visited friends in the city this week guests of Mrs Gormloys father James Lynch Mr Gormley Is a former resi dent of Eagle Grove GUEST OF PARENTS NORA Nellie Buck man of Des Molnei was a guest at the lOme of her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Buckman Sr over Memorial day ATTENDS COMMENCEMENT Earl Ferris has gone to Forest Glen Md to nttend commencement exercises of ilonal Park seminary Her daughter Miss Imogene is a member of the graduating class TWINS BORN a boy nnrl n rl weighing seven pounds were xrn to Mr and Mrs Elmer Chris tensen VISITS RELATIVES NORA G Van Vleck of Minneapolis is visiting Ives at the H A Larson home Mrs Larsona mother Mrs Wiley being ls aunt whom he had not seen for to veara He la mall clerk on the North Western holding that position for 2S ears GOES TO CHICAGO Von Laven has gone to Chicago where lie will visit hia mother nnd other relatives ATTEND GRADUATION and Mrs Herman Helmer and Mrs Nellie McConnel and daughter Royce drove to Albert Lea Thursday afternoon to attend the graduation of Mr Hclmcrs grand daughter Georgia McConnel LEAVE FOR IIARLAN NORA nnd riends of the Kvangplica1 chnrrh pave L reception for the Rev ind Mrs S Nf Ramige Wednesday evening About FO were present Mr and Mrs Ramige left Thursday evening for their new charge at Harlan TO PUT MARKER AT ESTHERVILLE D A R Will Dedicate Spot to Americas Largest Meteor ESTHERVILLE May Among the distinguished visitors who are expected to be present when Oks manpado chapter D A R dedi cates a marker to the Estherville meteor is D W Morehouse presi dent of Drake University Dr Morehouso has shown much interest in the Estherville meteor and has conducted research along this line Part of the data he has gathered will be used on the in scription The dedicatory exercises have been set tentatively for June 14 Dr Morehouse in writing to Mrs James Rainey regent of the local IJ A R chapter said I would enjoy being present at the dedication 1 think it is one of the most historic events in Iowa If it is possible will plan to be there The inscription on the marker will state The Estherville Meteor ite fell 482 feet due east of this spot on May 10 1879 It was one of the three greatest falls on record Parts of the meteorite are found in important museums of the world Erected in 1D29 by Okamanpado chapter Daughters of the American largest meteorite terTSTERLING STANDS FOR Dont Forget Our Big Sale of Childrens Wash Dresses is a big event Ages 2 to up LIVEROOOD BROS 110 N FEDERAL AVK Revolution This is the which has ever fallen In North Am erica Large Crowd Hears Pickett at Plymouth PLYMOUTH May Ideal weather of Memorial day brot a arge gathering to the cemetery where the Rev Jewell L Pickett delivered the address on Ointment of Sorrow The Plymouth high school band furnished the music nnd Harjon Scarrow sounded taps and Harmon the echo Hampton B P W Picks Officers for New Year HAMPTON May Ruth Forsberg has been chosen president of the Hampton Business and Pro fessional Womans club to succeed Mrs J J Sharps The other new officers are Gladys Romey vice president Vera Bercnds secretary Bertha Gaulke treasurer Miss Forsberg is the head of the com mercial department of the Hampton high school SATURDAY DAY will buy our best with about six dif ferent style heels to select from in both the chiffon and service weights for service and chiffon weights and 4 dif ferent style heels in all the wanted shades Our full fashioned Cadet Hose the last 10 minutes of every hour during between and and so 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