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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE lLANS FOR ALGONA JUBILEE ARE NEARLY COMPLETED CELEBRATION OF CITYS BIRTHDAY TO BE JULY 1416 Registration Lut Will Be Kept as Permanent Record ALGONA July commit teehaving charge of the details of the Diamond Jubilee program has practically completed the work of arranging the events for the three days July 14 15 and 16 A few changes have been maae Jiom the plans announced some time ago and a number of additions rave been nvule to the program The committee on registration will have its headquarters in the corridor of the courthousewhere a number of assistants willbe ready to supply everyone registering with appropriate badges and copies of the printed programs The registra ibn list will be preserved and with the permanent records f the celebration All who came to he county prior to 1870 will be pro vided with a special badge entitling thewearer to certain privileges On Sunday morning July 14 the churches willhave special services n their own ohurches A number of the churches have mada arrange ments for former pastors to be present Afternoon Set Aside Sunday afternoon has been set aside for the dedication of the Asa Call home site on Thorlngton street George C Call of Stoux City purchased the site and has placed an appropriate marker on the exact spot where stood thefirst house ever built in Algona The City choir of 30 voices direct ed by A B Tweeten will be one of the fine contributions made by that community to this event The site presented by Mr Call to the city The speaker for this occasion will be announcedlater In the evening there will be a big openair meeting onthe courthouse lawn with S E McMahon the pre siding officer A large platform is erected on the lawn of the nier Irv hall where we hope to have tion haBnt a3 many of the oldtime resi Okla are visiting Algona again of our prospective visitors to jjiake a few remarks q will be more or less HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota RETURN FROM CAMP Mrs C H Tompklns with 12 girls returned yesterday from a days attendance at the dis trict meeting of the Standard Bearers on the Methodist camp grounds of SUMMER TERM FOREST Miss Marie Guend Hnsr who for several years has been teaching in the girls school at Mlt chellville IB now attending the sum mer term at the Minnesota State uni versity preparatory to going to Ames next fall where she will have charge of the preference room in the public schools giving spec backward children RETURN FROM TRIP IjATIMER Floyde Muhlenbruok and Richard Martin have returned home from a two weeks fishing trip In Minnesota GIRL BORN FERTILE A girl was born to Mr and Mrs Burch Robinson RETURN FROM CHICAGO WESIEY Mr Mrs George Johnson returned from Chicago and will be here until shortly after the Fourth when they will motor back to their home in Denver Colo HOME FOR SUMMER Miss Gabreilla EickhoM who haa been teaching In Chicago is home to spend the Bummer with her parents Mr and Mrs John Eickhoff Billy Raymond accompanied her home for a few weeks visit CONDITION SERIOUS The condition of F S Norton who suffered a stroke two weeks asro is ARRIVE FOR VISIT LONE ROCK Mr and Mra Angus Cotton and family of Chicago have degree TEXAS CHOICE is to be supplied by Associated Press Piolo Thurman Evans Corsicann Texas will represent his state in the Edison scholarship con test fellowship and will work for aPhD j Manly PLAN ANNUAL ELECTION Ladles Aid society will hoia its annual yearly meeting and election of officers Wednesday afternoon at the church parlors Mrs Peter Novgaard will act as hostess IIOIJ ANNUAL TOUR Hancock county No 1 cow testing association held its annual tour Tuesday ANNOUNCE B7RTII and Mrs Harry Matthas announce the birth of a daughter 108 ATTEND REUNION hundred eight rel atives attended the Kaney family re union held at the fairgrounds at Al gona LEAVE ON TRIP and Mrs Walter Kugler and son Edwin left Monday on a trip to Soda Springs Idaho Falls and Boise Idaho ON VACATION TRIP Clara Andrews left on a vacation trip to Milwaukee where she will visit friends BOY BORN and Mrs Jamea Jones are theparents of a boy VISIT AT ROCK FALLS ROCK and Mrs James Dovnney and two children Emmett and Elaine of Lansing Minn came Sunday to visit at 1he C E Olden home Mr Devaney returned home I but the restof the family will make longer stay ANNOUNCE BIRTH and Mrs Merle Bar tuscli announce the birth of a daugh i cr Marilyn June Sirs Bartuselc was formerly Miss Marjorie Forbes of arrived for an extended visit at the N D Cotton home They have been visiting relatives in Lincoln Nebr i LEAVE FOK HIIXS Schutjer J A Blelch Rex Austin and Albert young Monday mornins for the Black iiills RETURNS FROM AMES Carleson haa re turned from Ames where he haa been working VISITING RELATIVES JOICErMr and Mrs Martin CarB rufl and aon Dan of Thomas S Dak are here visitingr relatives AT BROTHERS HOME andMrs I A Ger dea and daughters are spending sev eral weeks at Corydon at the home of Mr Gerdes brother John GUESTS AT GARNER J E Wiclmmn haa as houseguests her two daughters Mrs Leslie Fenton of Clinton and two children andMrs Harvey Hlndt and VISITS PARENTS REUNION HELD I Mra L A McCulais The GregoryAVinogar j iore from DCS Moinea to spend a few den family reunion was held at wJth lier parents the Uev and land at the home or H H Gregory A M Lott Thirty attended SPENDS SUMMER LEAVE FOR VACATION I LTLE Miss Ruth Putnam JOICE Dr and Mrs L A Iver vho has been teaching In Cedar son and daughter Phyllis Stanley fapld3 has arrived Home to spend the Lovik Mr and Mrs L O Kandali an j with her parents Mr ami daughters Dohna and Dixie have left j tot a two weeks vacation at Park Kaplds Minn VISITING AT FERTILE Jacobson New man Grove Nebr Is here visiting nt N O Putman LEAVE BY MOTOR Rev and Mrs A H Miles left by motor for various points in Ohio to visit relatives and friends there They expect to visit in Mans the home of Mr and Mrs Sever B field Canton Cleveland Springfield two children of Rock Rapids and aon Wichman Mr Dr department of the Britt high school This is one of the outstanding mus ical organizations of the county Will Hold Reunions On Monday morning the reunions of the high school aUimril and the various local organizations and soci eties will be held The high school reunion is to be at the high school building The places for the other reunions will be announced in the detailed program Monday afternoon the Ambrose A Call state park Is to be officially dedicated with appropriate serv ices which will include Senator Pat terson Congressman Dickinson Mrs Gardner Cowles the park Iroarti chairman W E G Saunders of Emmetsburg and Secretary of StateEd M Smith T P Harring ton will preside The park will not be open Sundayas it is the wish of the commission to have it In the best of condition for the dedication The program the park will in clude a concertby the Algona Mili tary band for those who wish to spend time after the program there Monday evening the Tama In dians the Yeomen drill team from Des Moines and a troop of cavalry from Des Moineswill give a program at the fair grounds which promises to bs interesting thrilling and entertaining The Tama In riions have preserved many of their undent dances and ceremonies ana some of these will be depicted by them underthe leadership of John Yoiragbear with Curator Edgar liarlan tellingof their meaning Drill Team Famed Hfndt and the Fourth ARRIVE FOR VISIT Mr and Mrs W O Isaacson oC Chicago have arrived for a short visit with Mr Isaacsons bro tlier T E Isaacson VISIT LONE ROCK LONE BOCK Mrs Margaret Davi son and daughters Roberta and Geor getta are here for a visit with rela tives GOES TO K C TITONKA Henry W Butler haa gone to Kansas City to visit his par ents ANNOUNCE BOY CHAPIN Mr and Mrs Lloyd Abrams announce the arrival of a boy SPENDING VACATION LAWLBR Joe and George Dooley of Chicago are spending their vacation with their parents Mr and Mra AV J Dooley RETURNS FROM VACATION WESLEY Miss Myrtle Melvold clerk at A M Kunzs store haa re turned from a three weeks vacation spent with her parents at Cottonwood and with friends at Minneapolis VISIT PARENTS SHEFFIELD Mr and Mrs Russell B Reynolds have left for their home at Detroit Mich after making a two weeks visit at the homes ot their parents Mr and Mrs C B Van Nest and Mr and Mrs W H Reynolds here GETS M S DEGREE OSAGE Leo Genlngr came homo Monday from Providence R 1 where liehas been given hlaM S degree for research work in chemistry al Biown university He will go to the University Ohio this fall with a PedersofT HOME FOR VACATION FOREST Alma ami Ruth Walson are home fiom Waterloo j to spend their summer vacation with their parents Miss Alma who is prin cipal oC the Frances Grant school of Waterloo TvIH return again in the fall to begin her eighth year and Miss Ruth will go back to enter upon her seventh consecutive year of teaching in that city Delaware Bucyrus Londonvilie Shel by find TVoortsfleld They will be gone about three weeks and a half CONCLUDES VISIT A N De France of Gary Ind concluded her visit to the B It Welland family and has left for her Ime Mr and Mrs C H De France Belllnfrham Minn and Mrs L D Knudson are still guests at the Weiland home but will leave for home oajly tliIs week HAS OPERATION William Wurn haa had an operation at the Story hos pital Mason City ARRIVE FOR VISIT MARBLE Wallace Stewart and daughter Kate of Su perior Wls arrived today for a visit with Mra Stewarts aunt Mrs A H Walster and family LEAVE ON TRIP Mr and Mrs J F Jones MK and Mrs H F RIsse and Mrs JOB Cherney of St Ansgar and Mr and Mrs C B Jones of Rockwell were to leave today by auto on a trip to the Black Hills and to visit rela tives at Brooklngs S Dak PRESENT PROGRAM pupils of the Methodist Episcopal Sunday school presented a Childrens day program at the church Sunday morning VISITING FRIENDS R C Amos Is visit ing with friends In Oklahoma City VISITS FRIENDS LTLE Edythe Ander son from Belolt Wls formerly of Lyle haa been visiting friends and relatives here the past week IRIVE TO ROCHESTER ROCK Bohnaen and JiSa son Harold drove to Rochester Monday to consult the Mayo clinic RETURN TO MADISON Pearl and Marlon Claus and Mrs J Davis Madison Wis who have been visit ing their parents here have returned to Madison LEAVE FOR CANADA Christians Ar nold Petznlck and Alvin Bucchele have left on a two weeks trip to Canada They will visit at Winnipeg Manitoba ind return by way ot Yellowstone j park GOES TO ST PAUL MARBLE Palcy New Jersey who accompanied the body of his wife here for burial went to St Paul with Ills asd daughter Mr and Mra H J McKay where ho will spend aweek before returning his home in Jersey City RETURNS TO WISCONSIN Auchampach has returned to Ills home at Kfver Falls Wis after several months here COME HOME Maud Walte Brlstow and Mrs Stella Peterson j Dumont who have been spending a j few weeks in California came home Monday VISITING RELATIVES and Mrs Harry Gllotte ot Jamestown N Dak are visiting relatives here OBSERVE DAY annual observance of Childrens day was held Sunday morning at the Lutheran church There was a program at 10 oclock by the children In the primary and junior departments of the church school VISITS AT PLYMOUTH John Hepperlce of RIenbeck ia visiting here LEAVES FOR BOSTON Lomo left Mon day on a business trip to Boston the trip by auto ON FARM BOARD James C Stone of Lexington Kjt president of the Hurley Tobacco Growers CoOperative association has been announced us one of the appointments to the new federal fjirni bourd by President Hoover ARRIVES HOME Dorothy Mangan lius arrived home from a three weeks visit in North Dakota Reunion of Neighbors Is Held at Call Park WHITTEMORE July re union of old neighbors was held at the Call state park Monday Those attending were the Will Baker fam ily of Kanawha Jesse Baker family of Washington state Will Baker Jr family of Wisconsin H L Pot ter family Whittemore the Lloyd Elmer Charles and Cert Potter families of Cresco township L K Potter family Algona Ben Potter family Charge Forest City Man With Carrying Weapons FOREST CITY July Helland who drank lysol when com mitted to the county jail during the winter and who nearly ended his life by so doing was taken into custody again by Sheriff O H Swenson un der a charge of carrying concealed weapoDs Helland is alleged to have threatened to kill his wife He was bound over to the grand jury on bond Doud Funeral Service Is Held at Cylinder WHITTEMORE July services were held at Methodist church in Cylinder for Mrs H A Doud with the Rev C E Stevens of Whittemore officiating She is sur IOWA SCHOOL GETS John D Rockefeller Jr Gives Sum to Iowa Re ligious School IOWA CITY July 2 gift of from John D Rockefeller Jr to the IowaSchool of Religion has been announced by President Walter A Jessup of the University of Iowa and accepted by the board of trustees of the school of religion The morey is contingent upon equal support of the Jewish Cath olic and Protestant professorships by these three deligious groups Rockefeller will contribute under the plan offered a maximum of 20000 a year for the administra tion and general expenses of school for three years beginning Sept 1 1930 The money is a continuation of a three year experimental period of support already given the school by Rockefeller The appointment of Dr Moses Jung to the Jewish professorship in the school faculty has been an nounced vived by three children Walter C Doud and A E Dout1 Cylinder and Mrs C G Roberts of Great Falls Mont two grandchildren and one great grandchild STANDS FOR QUALITY It seems like every one in town has bought one or more weve sold so many Sample Silk many fine floats1 whichhave been arranged for there will be the Tama Indians the troop of cavalry the The Yeoman drill team is famed Yeoman drill team the Odd Fellows ss the best drill team in the coun Orphans Home band and numerous try It consists of 20 girls from the other striking features Without home office at Des MoinesThe Yeo doubt thia parade will be one of the man home office is to be closed and largest ever held In Ai ing ourcelebration and the entire I force will help celebrate the Jubilee of the county in which the organization was founded Troop E of the cavalry stationed dt Fort Des Moines will give an ex hibition of and drill onhorse hack under the leadership of Cap laid Williamson This troop is known as one of the crack cavalry troops in the regular U S service At the close of the program an oldtime ball will be given in Floral hall AH visitors wearingthe spe cial badge given to those who ar rived in the county prior to 1870 will have places reserved for them in tlfi grandstand for the show and will also have the privileges of the floor at the hall As it will probably be impossible to accommodate every body at the dance or in the grand stand therewill be a 25c charge ai the grandstand and the usual dance fee at the dances Admission to the grounds will be free To Hold Open Honse On Tuesday morning Hagg Post will hold open house at the Legion hall The Normal school reunion will be held at the library in the morn ing At 1 p m the historical and agii culturftl parade will take place on State street Thia will be a picture of the history of our county and a demonstration of Us agricultural re Every section of thecounty will Immediately after the parade the new municipal swimming pool will be dedicated and if it is completed as is hoped for a fine program of water sports will be given To Be Whoopee Tuesday evening will be night The Whoopee cbmmittceTias secured the services of the Rusty Hinge quartet Mason City clownbands and orchestra for the pavement dances special parade features and a large num ber of other events so that the evening will be filled with entertain ment of every kind from the begin ning till everybody is ready to go home The windows of the stores will be filled most interesting displays of old relics State street will be a veritable museum during the entire three days of the celebration Tho i Indians and the troop of cavalry will be atvthe fair grounds where visitors will be welcome at all times Mrs Gardner Cowies la preparing a souvenir booklet of the early days for the Diamond Jubilee No one is better qualified to give this history The entire community Is doing everything humanly possible to make these three days a time of real hospitality and it is hoped that everybody who comes to visit us during that time will leave with a renewed and increased friendly EIGHT SMART BODY STYLES A Variety of Equipment Combinations Sedan Special C ihoum in iltuitratum extra Oldsmobile gives you a choice of twentyfour dif ferent models open and en closed with a variety of seating arrangements a variety of equipment and a variety of color combinations Among them you are sure to find a car which will exactly suit your requirements This wide selection of body styles in a car of low price is one of the reasons why Oldsmobile is sweeping to new heights of popularity in every section of the country But contributing in even greater measure to Oldsmobiles tremendous nationwide success are its sturdy dependable powerful comfort voguish style Eight distinct body styles are available on the Oldsmobile chassis Two door Sedan Fourdoor Sedan Landau Sedan Coupe Sport Coupe Convertible Roadster Sport Roadster and Phaeton In addition to these Standard models Oldsmobile provides 1 complete line of eight Special models and eight De Luxe TWO DOORStDAN f a b fie eory Lancing Michi gan Spare tire extra on tftndani modeli De Luxe Equipment ihawn in extra models at slightly higher prices Special equipment includes two spare tires tubes and rims mounted in fender wells with special locking and holding device bumpers front and rear and trunk platform De Luxe equipment includes six wire wheels six tires and tubes bumpers front and rear trunk platform and chromiumplated headlamps The two spare wheels aresecurelymountcd in fender wells with a special holding and locking device Come in and inspect this finer Olds mobile Drive it yourself Make critical comparisons with other cars in its field No matter body style you select you find it eminently satisfactory in appearance performance comfort and interior an unrivaled value at its price Consider The Delivered Price CnnBtdcr thcdeliveredprfce aa well aa tha lilt price when comparing automobile vala4 Oldcmobilc delivered in elude only rcuoneble charge far delivery From Marshall Field and Gos Merchandise Fair Every one in town should buy several Its an opportunity of a lifetime They are so new and beautiful And such superior quality And the assortment is so varied AND MORE IMPORTANT THEY ARE SELLING AT r Sizes 13 to 48 Watch Our Boxes on the Street Wonderful VALUES These sample lines of GIFT ITEMS HAND BAGS SILK LINGERIE NECKWEAR ETC SPEND THE 4th In A 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