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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa IOWA BANK CONDITIONS AGAIN ILY 10 FAILED DURING FIRST SIX iJNTHS OF 1929 Practices Are Halted to State j V Commissioner DES rMOINES July j Bid banking practices have been halted frozen assets liquidated wherever possible and banking conditions in Iowa are back at nor mal L A Andrews state commisj sipner of tanking told the United Press today I Duringthe first half of 1929 An there have been only 10 failures as compared with 22 dur ingthe same period in 1928 and a larger number in 1927 The aftermath of the boom pei iod of 19171921 has passed the commissioner said and fewer fail ures are expected as banks recover from deflation following the boom j Closer supervision more stringent enforcement of banking laws and tighter restriction also are expected toaid in preventing failures Banks which failed during the i first Bix months of this year were capitalized at sums ranging Slpbpp to Total capitalize tidn was i during the first six i monthsof 1929 were as follows i ToiVn bnnk date Capital Stock What Cheer Farmers j tfnion Coop Jan 2g 25000 Fertile Savings Feb 11 20000 Cdhesville Savings Peb 15 12000 Hqpkinston State Feb 19 100000 Troy Mills Farmers Sav r ings Mar 6 10000 j Lansing State Bank of Lansing April 26 33000 Oxford Junction First Trust j and Savings Apr 29 25000 Kiron Home Savings May ITvi 25000 Fort Madison American State May 21 100000 Alta Vista Savings June JO 30000 H E R E A N D THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota HAMPTON VETERAN Benjamin F Ferris Oi whose funeral services were held Sun day nt Hnruplon had been a resident of that city for 48 years He conducted n nursery there for 28 years retiring from hiislncss 20 years ago He was a veteran of the Civil wnr and ivas In the government service In Mexico for three yenrs nfter its close He was a brother of the late Sot W Ferris whose son Earl Ferris is owner of the Ferris Nursery company at Hampton TO SPEND SUMMER William JNusent Chicago and her two sons arrivedto riay to spend the summer with the formers parents Mr nnd Mrs Oingley IN CHICAGO anil Mrs Clifford Kisehman anil childrenare in Chicago visiting ielativea LANHS BIG viKii SWBA F Lelancl re turnca from a vacation In northern liiinesota will Hie head of a 15 jjounil he canglit In thatstate1 It took liim 20 minutes to lantl this ble one he says MAKING VISIT Sophie peters of MtPleasant who aecompahied the T WParish family home from Des Molncs Is makinjr a visitat that home Miss Peters is a sister o Mrs Parish ACCEPT S POSITION Hilda Simpson has arrived from St Paul to accept a po sition in Ethyl Morrisons beauty shop USAVK FOR HOME anfl Mrs Ralph Steinbeck and family after several weeks1 visit withrelatives nhl friends in and around Coulter nnd Latimei have left for their home in Brush Colo OUOWn1 AT MASQUERADE CRYSTAL large crowd attended he mastiUernde at the skat inp rink Wednesday nisht Prizes were ijiven to the best dressed andthe worst dressed JEAVE FOR AM1RET I Orthelaiid Misses Anna anrl Clnm Ortlicl iiave left for j Vmiret Minn where they will visit i relatives 1 AKKIVK FROM OMAHA G T MariKan nnd three children hnve arrived from Omaha for a visit with Mrs J W OHIOS CANDIDATE Winner of the Ohio Edison contest Hugo D Spatz of Bex ley suburb of Columbus is to compete at Enst Orange N J for the Edison scholarship The Inventor hopes to find a youth to train as his successor Relatives Honor Rock Falls Pioneer on His EightyFifth Birthday FALLS July Wor dal jfamily reunion was held at the EVW MrV Wordalls father I N WOT woi TAKES COURSE Rebecca Jurgcns has arrived berc from Chicago where she has spent the past two months taking a course In the Illinois Clini cal laboratory EiNIEKTAINS CHILDREN ROCK Winferd Duff entertained a number of children Wednesday in honor of her son Roy vvliosc sixlh birthday was Julv 4 i HOMK FOR VACATION CRYSTAL Dorothy nnd Mildred Rose ot Philadelphia are borne for a three weeks vacation wllh Iheir parents Mr H T Rose arid othnr relatives PASTOK VISITS MOTHER Ttev Raymond Kre sensliy arrived Thursday for a months visit with his mother Mrs J G Kre advanced awards according to He willoccupy Hie joiilrltIn a summary first made local IlPsbylermr church Sunday Totalling 137 more than far 1927 28 the number represents an in 1411 DEGREES GRANTED BY U Increase for Year 175 Peri Cent 383 Are Advanced Awards IOWA CITY July Uni versity of Iowa granted 1411 aca demic degrees during the 12 months period from July 1928 to July 1929 and of these more than onefourth The crossword puzzle is about what tie Slur vAmong those present were a sen andHrs Wordall of Djeerin0 i r s Mrs crease of 175 per cent During the rone but anyway it wasnt as much Beinlte and Mr Behnke and tvj j year previous the Institution awardj fun as tryingto guess children of Ames a nephew Harold ed dePeeS talkie is Wordall Mrs Wordall and baby of The umDer of advanced degrees Courier Webster City Mrs John Hodscn j an mcrease of 36 per cent aod Mr and Mrs LloydStevens of thf Prvols 12 Piymouth and Mr and Mrs Waller hundred three sons of Mr Wordal came here from pKophy degree highest of all was conferred i Hampton Car Damaged in Loose Gravel Skid HAMPTON July Pack ard car belonging to T W Purcell was badly damaged and Miss Eliz abeth Purcell and Miss Harriet Webb were cut on the head when the car driven by Miss Pur cell skidded on loose gravel Thurs day afteVnoop one mile east of hsro on state primary No 10 Hampton Boy Scouts Plan Swimming SHow HAMPTON July 5Boy Scout troops 57 and 36 are planning a public swimming demonstration to be heidat the pool in HarrimanF park Monday evening at oclock Special demonstrations in life savingwill bo given hySuddnth Rule who recently passed his junior Red Cross life saving tests ALUMNI OF IOWA LOOK TO FURTHER WORK AT STATE U 1 Replies to Questionnaire Show Interest in 30 Fields IOWA CITY July in the continuance of intellectual rela tions with theinstitutionvafong practical vocational and profession lines has been expressed by Uni versity of Iowa v alumni Returns froma questionnaire submitted In April to some 3000 state university graduates a cross section of the alumni body of some 18000 persons have been compiledby Frederic G Mgbee executive of the alumni association i More per cent of those answering thequestionhkife decjared the desire to go forward withrela tions begun while students upon the the university finds it possible to cobperite Intellectual recreation was not placed as the primeobject by the majority fqr 60 indicated that they would desire further work in the unlvertityitdiaidtliem in vo cations and professions Some 30 phases of work were namedas desirable Amongthese linesare Ian QUAKER ATEM Some are weatherwisej soinej Those who buy Quaker State Oil save tkeir motors from many a costly mishap SUPEJkre fining has r removedfrom every gallon the quart of waste thee gets in ordinary oils giving thee in its place an EXTRA quart of and thy motor EXTRA pro tection Look jar ffif sign FERiQUART Q U A H E K S A T AutkirizidDislrHuttr Sales Corporation CEDAB K APIDS IOWA jour nallsnii dramatics qhild welfare art history law engineering medicine botany music psychology and com merce Michigan Amherst Princeton and North Carolina are the institutions which wit i the project of intellectual with alumni Mr Highee said Iowa questiohnaire waspart of tha movei ment begun by university presidents last fall to obtain an expression oi alumni opinion QUAKER STATE MOTOR OIL For Sale by these progresilve dealers Courshon Service Henry Herflndnhl Miway Oil Co Kirks Garage Glass Oil Co Lapincr Co E W Larson Independent Oil Gas Co Lcissrinjr Motor Co tog Cabin OH Cov North lowa Mptor Co S X Chevrolet Mary JaneHodson of Rock 94 took the master of science Later they moved to South Dakota j wherethey spent a number of years luringthe leandays of thatslste and about 30 years ago came back a home in Rock Falls Sirs Wordall died 14 years ago and since then Mr Wbrdall has made his home with his children muchof the time with E W Wor riall here of American Legion to Be Issued IOWA CITY July 5 his tory of the American Legion Iowa department by J A Swisher will be issued soon by the State Historical Society oC Iowa here It is a story of the Legion from its beginning in France to the present time and contains chapters on state national conventions of the organizations adjusted compensation soldiern bonns endowment the Legion ami politics and the auxiliaii Lovrien Must Forego Senatorial Ambition As testimonial of completion of liberal arts college work 562 men and womcn received the bachelor of arts degree while 246 were issued that of oachelor of science in its various forms Professional colleges turned out 220 graduates equipped for practice Eightyeight seniors left the college of medicine with the M D degree and the colleges of dentistry and law each graduated 55 The list includes 22 pharmacy graduates De grees were presented at three convocations and a commencement Convocations were July and August 1928 and February 1929 and the commencement was the sixtyninth annual affair last month Cresco Is Dead Town on Independence Day CRESCO July was a dead town the Fourth Nearly every one went elsewhere to celebrate the national holiday Business house were all closed for the day even cafes and eating houses giving em ployes an opportunity to go and do as they pleased Lime Springs 13 miles to the northwest Protivin 12miles south and Decorah 22 miles east had big celebrations and drew large crowds Cresco was represented at all three places and even at greater dislanci However many Cresco people en joyed family picnics at home and others joined in neighborhood pic nics by the riverside HUMBQLDT July 5 pointment of State Representative Fred C Lovrien of Humboldt by Governor Hammill to post of district court judge vacant by rea sonbf the resignation of Judge D F Coyle on Aug 31 eliminates his entryMnto th race for state sena tor as heoriginally had planned For several years Mr Lovrien as JD 11 PI hadian ambition to try for the senjDrltt Fainting as Guide for Flyers BFUTT July a means of marking the town for aviators BriU post of the American Legion is hav ingthe name BRITT painted yellow in large letters on the roof of the Universal Motor company garage The letters are 15 feet wide and 20 feet long There is an arrow GO feet long pointing to the north Court Bailiff Dies at Emmetsburg EMMETSBURG July H Cook for the paat eight years bailiff of the county court died here Wed nesday He was electrician during ttie fortieth and second general assemblies chenk logtie votes in the house of rep resentatives at the state house To Hold Examination for Thornton Carrier THORNTON July US civil service commission has an nounced an open competitive exam ination for a rural carrier to fill a vacancy at Thornton The cxamina tfon wjH be held at JJelmond Re ceipt of will close July 26 t Hampton Granite Works Closes HAMPTON July O Johnson who for the past four years has conducted the Hampton Granite Works has decided to cloae out his stock and move to Lit tle Kails Minn where lie has ob tained a position ns general man ager of the Little Kails Grange company Statistics prove that marrind men livelonger than bachelors The average married man lives on and on hoping for a ohance at die last Reformer r Radical Reductions NOW New Smart to Summer Shoes at a Price that means a Real Saving Over 100 styles in the assortment BLONDE KID SUNTANKiD BLUE KID RED KID WHITE KID in the Seasons Most Popular Styles PUMPSSTRAPSTIES CUT OUT SANDALS A Ml AND BUCKLE EFFECTS This sale is of immediate importance to every Miss and Mrs tn town who is interested in buying Smartly Styled Shoes Included are our Famous In the Circle of Fashion footwear at considerable savings Shop early STANDS FOR QUALITY SATURDAY Will emphasize the greatness of this stoves July sales Readjthis MerchaTiaiseMehuV carefully and spendall thetime possible in this store tomorrow An Unexcelled July Offering of Ladies Better Constructed of super ior rayoo beautifully bloomers teddies etq as one of our July values YES MOM Saturday will be a day in the wash dress section It will be another day of triumph for the Sterling Stylish Cotton FROCKS for both ladies andchildren whose tendencies lean to ward fine unordinary even in wash dresses The fea ture price WIZARD Linen Crash All Linen Crash Standard 36inch Prints 14c MUAlLil MM trade ValuE FOR SATURDAY 98 Field Ray Pajamas In high colors and black JUST THINK OF THEN 1 are many items in this store so commanding that you are really self obligated to see them The Surf ail wool bathing Suits at Shipley Miracle full fashioned hose at New printed gaberdine at 53c Smart new anklets at25c etc throughput this store Trade Where You Do the Best Trade You Do the Rest WC NOW that the summer holiday is past re member this month is the last oppor tunity to buy coal at summer prices Order now BLOCK ca MERCHANTS FORTY YEARS r ROY GITT Mgr PHONE 5G3a6t
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