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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MasonCity on This Page FRIDAY MAY 31 1929 COMING EVENTS June Brothers circus at 2 and 8 oclock June hearing on con struction of new roof on court bouse June Farm organization picnic at East park City News Talk with Pratt 6 1st mort gage bonds and up Phone 961 For coal phone Kehm at 666 J H Schmltz piano tuner Ph 3425J Harry Mark has left for Chicago on a business trip He expects to be gone about a week You will be doing yourself a favot By the immediate purchase of Cities Service Profit Sharing Diversified Investment Ask C F Kriz 625 M B A Bldg Phone 1181 Office open flveninga Dr and Mrs F O Shaklee 1111 First street southwest have as their guest Mrs Shaklees brother L D Chapln of Davenport Mr Chapln is recuperating from a railroad acci dent from which he suffered the loss of a leg Miss Evelyn Pitzpatrick Parkers ourg came Thursday for a visit with relatives here Expression lessons for children Marjorie OConnor Phone 1411J The Rev O A Hinz of the Beth lehem Lutheran church will present a treatise at the conference of the Minnesota district of the Wisconsin synod at Elgin Minn Dance K of C Hall Saturday June 1 Tunicas Colonials Admis sion ladies 25c geats 25c Bill Daly with his sister Mrs Harry Lutz came from Davenport yesterday Mrs Lutz will remain for a few weeks visit with relatives and friends Plans are being mado at tho of fice of the clerk for the opening of the June term of the district court Monday Judge Joseph J Clark will preside OrvlUo A George will tench stu dents In mathematics this summer T L A Cheney of St Paul and Mrs Charles Trapp of Seattle Wash leave for St Paul Saturday after a visit at the home of Mr and Mrs W F Dull 203 First street the most of your summer vacation Study typing and business subjects Eight week course See or call R E Nyquist Mr and Mrs L H Xripp 312 Fourteenth street northwest will return Sunday from a short visit in Sioux City Condition of Beck Remains Unchanged Frederick Beck high school sen ior who suffered serious injuries Tuesday when he was thrown from a car driven by Vincent Tiernan when it collided with a truck driv en by Biou McPeak was reported by attending physicians at the Park hospital to be unchanged Friday Beck suffered a broken leg and a broken arm concussion of the brain cuts and bruises He has been un conscious since the accident McPeak who suffered broken ribs cuts and bruises expected to be released from the Mercy hospital Friday where he has been for treat ment since the accident t Foi Rent Fine office rooms over S S Kresges store on So Federal Also a fine suite of rooms in Bag leyBeck DALY EPIGRAMS AH the worlds a stage and to the barbers are given many parts WJDlLYCa CONSULT US on your Financial problems Our service Is strictly confidential UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE F M HUMPHREY Mgr Phono 14M Ground Floor M B A rtli Iowas DEDICATE MEMORIAL TO OLD VETERANS NATHAN THORNE ACCEPTS TABLET FOR G A R POST Large Number at Ceremony Staged by Sons and Daughters of Vets There are great tasks still lo be done great achievements still to be wrought great victories of peace to be won and no doubt great vic tories of war to be won declared Fred D Crsta of Iowa State Teach ers college in speaking at the ceremonies of the dedication of the bronze memorial tablet on the boul der in Central park Thursday after noon The tablet was dedicated to the C H Huntley post of the G A It by the Sons of Union Veterans and the Daughters of Union We have come to dedicate in everlasting devotion this tablet to the memory of the veterans of the G A R who fought to save the Union This is dedicated too to the patriotic sons all over America who have risked their lives for the Union Would to Ideals Let us here rededicate ourselves to the great Ideals of this nation for which men have given their life and in reverencs respect and devotion let us repledge our lives to the memory of those G A R veterans and the promotion of the great things for which they stood for which they died and for which some of them live Asa Leroy Briar past department commander of the Sons of Veterans had charge of the presentation or the tablets and Nathan G Thorne of the G A R accepted them in be half of the C H Huntley post The tablets were unveiled by Marie L Fuller past president of the Daugh ters of Veterans and Frances Ta tum president of the Daughters ot Veterans Margaret Thorne Ada Degen Lil lian Barney and Cleo Briar es ccrted with the colors Written in Burning Lafe HU1 state representative m a brief talk precedingthe main ad dress declared that tablets to com memorate the deeds of the G A R were not necessary as their history was written in burning letters on a hundred battlefields The deeds of these men he said are written in the hearts of grate ful countrymen but his tablet 13 placed here that citizens may again realize their sacrifice and in so real izing be better citizens Dr C L Marston sketched tho salient points of the Civil war anfl recealled the far reaching effects of the conflict Salute U S Flag The salute to the flag was led by Verona Winchell patriotic in structor of the Daughters of Union Veterans John Wallace gave tho Gettysburg address Music was fur nished by the Mason City high BChool band and by the Mason City Drum corps America the Beauti ful was sung by a mixed quartet Dewitt N Eberhart acted as chair man of the meeting and introduced the speakers Composing the committee on the dedication ceremonies were D N Eberhart chairman George Tyler Al Hammond Dan King Cleo Briar chairman Flossie Reid Ethel Mor phew Frances Tatum and Veronn Winchell IOWA GOVERNOR OF LIONS CEREMONY ENDS CEREMONY ENDS ST JOSEPH TERM i Crowning of Blessed Virgin Takes Place as Closing j Event I The ceremony of crowning the Blessed Virgin which took place on i troyed or spoiled We have a method Friday morning closed the activities of preserving it and reserving it for M H Kepler of NorthwooU Friend Makes Appeal for Old Clothes for Salvation Army Use An appeal for old clothes was voiced Friday by Adjutant W G Friend of the Salvation Army This is the time when a large amount of clothes are being dis carded said the adjutant School is out and children and their pari ents will be leaving on vacations I If this cast off clothing is allowed to I lay about it is apt to become desj former examiner in charge of local bank that he was given the promise of this expense account after some negotiations with the banking department The contention of the defendant that thc matter had to be taken up with the execu tive council the judge held irrel evant inasmuch as the executive council had nothing to do with matter The evidence showed the I ij court held that the defendant at all ner 01 LOCai times knew the plaintiff was ox Banks to Get pectln the allowance and From Receiverships In a decision handed down Friday KEPLER ALLOWS OUR EXPENSES IN RECEIVER ACTION by Uohcrts DR C F STARR Dr Starr Mason City physician and active member of tho club fiinco its beginnings In Mason City will start his duties as dis trict governor of the Lions clubs of lowii on June 18 the dnto ot the international convention in Louisville Ky Ho was elected at tho recent state convention of Lions at Council Bluffs I nthe past year Dr Starr has been director welfare for Iowa His work in this role culminated years of activity in promoting tho Lions of aiding the blind by supplying Institutions with lit erature in tho Braillo system helping in supplyinga market for rugBandotlier goods made in these Institutions His work also extended to aiding crippled children and to thn plucing of orphans Dr Starr also has been one of the leaders In the general safety first campaign thmout lie state Tho new gov ernor is a former president of the local clul Police Chase Reckless Driver to Hanlontown Francis Abrams Fined on Each of Two Counts m Police Court of this school year for all but the graduates of St Joseph school The pupils after receiving their i eport cards marched to the church for tho coronation When all wers in their places the first communi cants and graduates entered proces sionally At the head of this group walked the whiteclad crossbearer two acolytes in scarlet and white little girls dressed as angels and bearing a crown of roses and Fern Clark the graduate chosen to crown the Blessed Lady She as well as the first communicants wore n white dress and a wreath and veil The other graduates wore their caps and gowns Father OConnor gave a short talk in which he advised the chil jdrcn how to conduct themselves dur ing the summer vacation He next read the Act of Consecration to Mary queen of heaven and recited the rosary and litany of the Blessed Virgin Four hundred voices were then lifted in hymns of praise to the Mother of Christ During the sing ing the little angels led the way to Ihe shrine where they presented Clark with thc crown of roses This crown she placed on the statue of the Blessed Virgin as a tribute from 400 hearts that at the same ime proclaimed Mary as Queen of their hearts This sight and the singing which accompanied it were most touching and will long be a precious memory to those who saw and heard The Blessed Sacrament was ex posed while the boys choir sang tho O Salutaris and Tontum Ergo Then a deep alienee Broken only by the tinkling of a silver bell filled the church as the Monstrance was raised above uoweci ieatjs andOur Lara Himself gave His blessing to the litle children and young men and women about to leave school When the tabernacle door was closed after Benediction another jurst of song honored the Eternal Father and as the strains of Holy 3od died away the procession leu the church Joseph Ober Winner of Legion Medal Is Expert Debater Claim Joseph Ober 108 Fifth street northeast who won the American Legion debate medal this year by amassinga total of 128 points in interscholastic debate work when the requirement was 100 points is one of the best research men on squad according to Guy Crosen the coach Joseph started debating as a fresh man and has been a member of the squad for three years Thruout this period his work has been of the highest type Two boys who qualified for the Legion medal last year Thayer Curry and Tom Yosolof added an additional 100 points in debating this year according to the coach 1500 See Big Parade Here at Free Showings With the final showing of the Big Parade atr the Y M C A Thursday night it was estimated that more than 1500 persons saw the picture free while it has been In Mason City this week The war time movie was shown at the Pio neer club meeting Monday night at the First Presbyterian church Tuesday night and at the Y M C A Wednesday and Thursday nights Thc picture was brot to Mason City by the Presbyterian church Ken neth Wagner and Lylc Maxson al ternated in operating the projector the four nights Local Residents to Attend Convention Francis Abrams of Joice paid dearly for an attempt to escape from the law Thursday night when 10 was fined and costs on each of two counts against him in police court Friday morning Charges of reckless drving uie he violation of city ordinance 230 jrot the fines from Judge Lowe L Forbes Abrams led Detective Leo Risa cher on a wild chase over the roods to Clear Lake and Hanlontown and was stopped only after the Maann officer had shot one tire from he Essex driven by Abrams and t had become mired after missing the planks placed over a muddy stretch on the Hanlontown road Car Didnt Stop Detective Risacher slopped at oclock Friday morningnear the Intersection of Fourth street southwest and Pierce avenue where the car was searched for liquor On discovering a quart of alleged alco hol Detective Risacher pulled the key from the ignition switch to in sure Abrams presence while thc cars which had collected were moved on The motor of the car did not stop when the key was taken from the switch and the Joice man stepped on the gas The chase led over the Clear Lake road to the turn to Hanlontown with one tire shot from the wheel of the Essex by the detective The Joice man claimed thai he was employed as an under man by Sheriff G E Cress and that he was to turn the liquor over to thc county officer Friday morn ing Sheriff Cress declared that tne man had no connection with the sheriffs office Was Traveling 50 Miles Abrams was traveling 50 miles an hour and weaving from one side of the road to the other After the car became stuck in the mud he was subdued after a short struggle handcuffed and returned to this city John Markon Manly was fined and costs on a charge of in toxication Tom McLaughlin was given a sentence of 10 days in jail or fined S25 and costs on a similar charge R F Jeffers Hampton forfeited a bond of and John Schmcling forfeited i bond ot on intoxication charges of Luther League Henry Landgren and Mel ford Newburg will represent the Luther league pf Immanuel church at the Fort Dodge district Luther league annual convention at Dayton June 13 Henry Landgren will give a paper on How the Luther League Should Help in Bringing Men to His Church at the delegates pro gram which will close the conven tion on Monday evening The convention opens on Satur day evening with the convention sermon by the district president th3 Rev Harry Lundberg of Odebolt The Rev B T Erholm of the Im manuel church of Mason City will give the sermon on Sunday morn ing The convention guest speaker will be the Rev Malvin Lundee of Des Moines president of the state organization Monday will be de voted to the business session Bible study round table discussions out ing and the closingservice It is expected that a considerable number of Mason City people wIJ attend PRENUPTIAt PARTY GIVEN FOR VENTURA GIRL Mrs R W Kellar and Mrs Edwin Beneke entertained Thursday even ing for Miss Irene Boomhower of Ventura at the formers home 416 South Georgia avenue Miss Boom hower will wed Harold Matter of Milwaukee Wis who is a nephew of the hostesses Sunday at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Stork at Ventura Mr Matter is draftsman for the Milwaukee rail road and the couple will live in Mil waukee The guests sewed for the bridetobe use again in the fall in if we have i has ordered L A Andrew no use for all of it now statte If those who have clothing to give away will call us at 758 by telej phone or send a postcard to 315 South Federal avenue we shall bo glad to call for it of tho to pay out of the CityCommercial and Central Trust company receiver ships a total of to F M Orr examiner in charge of these two in stitutions in 1925 and 192G The judge held that Mr Orr was entitled to this amount for which petitioned as expenses of a month from Aug 1 1925 to Jan 1 1927 when he gave up his posi tion Of this amount 80 a month or a total of is to come out I that thruout the period of the dis I pute the petitioner was making his I requisitions for expense allowance The case was tried before Judge Kepler in the local courtroom May 2 with John Senneff representing the plaintiff and R P Clough as at torney for the receivership SPANISH REBELS TIMft O A 11OT1I A DV f thc receivership of rill 51 iVHIllirl Illir 1 niercia and 765 from thc receiver I Illfcl VrflllUlUrilil ship of the Central Trust IN TINY COUNTRY companj In giving this decision Judge Kepler upheld the contention of tho FOR buttery and electric ser vlco call O GREGERSON Phone 884 Open Evenings LOCAL SCHOOL TERM IS OVER Pupils Make Start on Three Months of Summer Vacation All the pupils of Mnson City grade schools declared a holiday Friday noon and left for homes with their report cards and the prospect of more than three months sum mer vacation before them Programs were held in some rooms in others class work was carried on as usual but most of the time Friday morning was taken up with promotions and assignment of pupils to classes for next year Both the grade teachers and the instructors in the high school which closed Wednesday were spending Friday afternoon making out reports for the year and check ing in supplies before vacation for them too would start Exiled Spaniards Hide Out in Nooks and Crannies of Andorra By SMITH REAVIS Associated Press Staff Writer ANDORRA May 31 little country with 5000 inhabitj ants of which thc president of France is coprince with the Span ish bishop of Urgel shelters many Spaniards who find it expedient to wait fqr Prlmo de Riveras police surveillance across the Spanish bort der to cool down There arc plenty of nooks and crannies in the 125 square miles of Andorra where a man can make himself almost invisible Moreover the Andorreans who for centuries have had border skirmishes with their Spanish neighbors are not prone to ask questions of visitors who admire the fresh pir and free dom of their mountains Grazing and foresting are the oc cupations of the men of Andorra They pride themselves that they re tain many feudal customs and have a government based upon a twelfth century system They annually pay tribute to their cosovereigns in France and Spain Franca receives 960 francs and he bishop of Urgel frets a tithe of 460 pesetas in the form of cattle and sheep a thir teenth century arrangement The Andorreans speak Catalonian language of the province generally credited with breeding most or Spains political dissensions Some of their neighbors charge in fact that Andorreans sympathy is not always with the lawabiding ele ments and that they devote more time to smuggling than they do to sheep raising and foresting The country lies in a mountain pas dif ficult for customs men to guard Steve COME TO US For FOOTWEAR of STYLE and QUALITY The Opening of OUR NEW JEWELRY STORE 3 WKST STATE You get full value for your dollar when you trade here Tim Place onvo Hctrci Aliotit SHOE Repairing HAT Cleaning CENTRA SHOE SHOP 117 South Federal Mason City LAYMANS Shoe Store 202 So Federal Ave K C Bldg WEIR BTDG Memorial Park was visited Memorial Day by hundreds of people No doubt many wore surprised at the rapid development shown in the past few months Folks are lirjginning to realize what a Park Plan cemetery means and how much more attrac tive it is than the old idea The park will be well kept year in and year out Buy Void1 Lot In Memorial Park 435 M B A Building Wasnt it Of course it would coming from Beautiful SENEYS NOTICE Change of Location We Have Moved H M ROBINSON 1 Block Enst of High School 321 East VHONE 1S2 NEW ANO USED FUBNITIIIIK We can show you several truck operators that started with a small cheap used truck and by taking advantage of trades on larger and later model used trucks they now have fine equip ment and are earning a great deal more money We have some exceptional oppor tunities for you to dothe same thing right now J H MARSTON VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Four Weeks Beginning June 3 Five Days Each Week from 9 to PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Children to and Mem ory work Bible Stories Bible Expressional work Dramatiza tion Handwork Church Service Projects JUNIOR DEPARTMENT Children 9 to Study Wor ship Bible Stories Bible teachings Memory work Bible book study Bible Geography SENIOR Children 12 to study Wor ship Bible teachings Bible history Church history Bible book study Introduction to Bible Experienced Teachers Modem Methods No Fee Immanuel Lutheran Church Fifth acr1 JCVHCY S Fi T Krholm Pastor Phonn 3227 Dncigo Dependable Used Block South of Tost Office Plymouth Chicken Dinner Daily 50c SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Fried Spring Chicken Dinner Roast Spring Chicken Dinner 11 A M to PM 50c Juicy Club Steaks At any hour Chops of all kinds Fresh tasty salads At the Olympia Beef Tenderloin Steaks kind of food you like to eat 50c the and food thats good for you Whatever your order at The Olympia youll find it Just right just hits the spot All dishes prepared by good chefs in The Olym pias snowwhite kitchen Youll feel better after eating a meal here tainly agree with you a trial is convincing the food will cer THE OLYMPIA Nnrlli 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