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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE i i Ii JULY 13 H 192b BAPTISTS WILL HOLD ANNUAL ASSEMBLY AT 2500 DELEGATES FROM ALL OVER STATE TO ATTEND 12 Day Institute Will Open at Camp Grounds on f Sunday IOWA FALLS July tion fun will be combined with mor al and religious training at the Iowa Baptist assembly which will continue here for 12 days beginning tomorrow Approximately 2500 delegates from alt over Iowa are ex pected to register The annual summer convention la Intended primarily for young people of the church fcuteach group Is expected to bring iin adult from Its church to act as Sponsor Outstanding speakers during the courseof the Institute will be tue Rev V N Witter Des Moines dl Teetor of religious education for the Iowa Baptist convention the Rsv A7 W Caul Ames field agent the Northwest Baptist Hospital as sociation of St Paul and Dr War ren P Bearing president of Oak land City college Oakland City Ted A full staff of teachers will re main on the assembly grounds dur ingthe whole 12 days of the inatl will give daily instruction laBible history and interpretation church history and Bible teaching The assembly grounds are on the bairiks Jofthe Iowa river and sports jvill be giventheir full share of each dayFriday evening July will be Niteof Fun Certificates will be awarded at the end of the Institute to those who have satisfactorily completed 20 or periods of class work Mills Expecting rv Bumper Tomato Crop MILLS July tibns are that 1929 will produce a bumper tomato crop Tomatoes have come to be a popular crop for the farmershere since the LakeMills Canning company began packing them several years ago This year the factory will pay according to quality which will afford the grower tomatoesi a bigger profit thanhe was able to realize in past years HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota City Girl in Barrymore Company iFOREST CITY July Thompson New Tork City and a daughter of Mrs B Thomp son of Forest City is now with the Ethel Barrymorecompany in The Kingdom of God which has just completed a weeks engagement at Colorado Springs Colo From there the company goes to Los Angeles for a month then to San Francisco and later to Portland and Vancouv er J Thompson and daughter Janice leave this week for Califor nlt where they will spend two miintha visiting several of the coast cities They will be guests of Mrs Thompsons mother Mrs Saterlee InLosAngeles and wiU see Miss Thompson in the companys initial appearance at Los Angeles MisSThompson will play with the Ethel Barrymore company until the first of next January Mellem Funeral Is 5 Held at Northwood NORTHWOOD July al services were held at the Norlh WWd Norwegian Lutheran church for Miss Kaia Mellem oldest daugh ter of Nels A Mellem Friday af ternoon at oclock The Re v Elmo O Baalson conducted the ser vices Burial was in Elk Creek cem etery west of Kensett Mellem was a native of Worth county moving from the farm home near Hanlontown with the family to the new home in Nprthwood about 10 years ago rShe was taken ill about three weeks before her death and when removed to a hospital in Mason City for operation it was found she was sufferingfrom a ruptured appendix and her condition was so serious she failed to obtain permanent relief following the surgical treatment re sorted to LEAVE FOB BEAUMONT and Mrs L M Gat lltt haveleft for Beaumont Texas where they will make their home VISITING RELATIVES and Mrs J J Drury and family of Iroquols S Dak are vlsttlng with relatives here VISITING DAUGHTER J W Piper Buf falo N Dak la visiting at Ihe home ot her daughter MrsJ John Miller here GO TO DES MOINES Jorgeson and Carl Lewis went to Des Moines for a couple of days on acombmed business and pleasure trip VISITING SISTER Anna Lord Minne apolis is visiting In the home of her sister Mrs Ernina Munson VISITING PARENTS NQORA and Mrs John Hofler Loretta Ollva and John Robert are in St Louis visiting Mrs parents who reside In that city RETURN HOME S W Hanna and grandson Treadwell Robertson who have been oh an auto trip thru west ern Canada hovereturned home ATTENDING CONVENTION Rev J H Decker Is attending tha Sunday school conven tion at Cedar Falls this week HOLD PICNIC Loyal Daughters of the Church of Christ held their an nual picnic at Harrlmans park Thurs day evening A largo crowd was in at tendance PLAN TO ATTEND large number Lyel residents are making plans to at tend the Farm Bureau picnic of the Lylo and Neavda townships to be held in Lafayette park in Austin Sunday ACCO5IPANIES BROTHER Maude Martens accompanied her brother Lesion who has spent tfie Fourth with his parents here on his return to Rockford 111 Sha win aiso visit her aunt Mrs Maufle Dyer at Detroit Mich VISITS TINGLES NORA SPRINGS Miss Jeanne Bronson of Waterloo Is visiting at the homes of her uncles Dr I C and Dr A P Bronson MOTOR FROM EAST and Mrs Grant Reynolds and baby motored here from their home in Tarintum Pa for an indefinite visit with Mrs Reynolds parents Sheriff and Mrs E H lort Mr Reynolds is chief engineer ot the West Penn Steel plant in a su burb of Pittsburgh VISITS RELATIVES Martin irtth Ms grandparents Mr and Mrs AP Martin motored to Elgin III and Madison Wis for a visit with rela tives and friends ENJOY OUTING ROCKFORD Misses Vera Bed dick Marie Nelson and Doris Turner f Rockford Miss Margaret Kaste of Jreene and Miss Mildred Kuhlemeler of Mason City are enjoyinga weeks utingr at Clear Lake SPENDING VACATION NORA and Mrjr Ralph Rowley are spending a 10 days vacation In Minneapolis ANNUAL PICNIC HELD annual picnic ot the Armstrong family was held on the schoolhouso lawn There were 10 fam ilies represented for the Rettogether ATTEND FUNERAL Emery Daniel son went to Sioux City to attend the funeral of her brother Gua Ghurts who was murdered at hla home thero last Saturday Mr Ghurts resided in Armstrong a number of years asm ENJOY VISIT p and Mrs William iitch are enjoying a visit from their granddaughter Velma Fitch ot Cul ver City Cal Miss Pitch was accom panied on her trip here by her grand mother Mrs J Newman of Los An geles CRITICALLY ILL NORA Walter Wil son Is critically III Mrs Ullle Spain RN of Conrad is rera attending her mother VISITS AUNT Mariam Ley of Loe Angeles Ca is visiting with her aunt Mrs R H Schrekengost Arm strong CROWD ATTENDS large crowd attended the Ice cream social sponsored by the Methodist Episcopal church Friday evening DRYS NAB MERCHANT Associated Pifss Photo Harry B Zlmman former Omaha city commissioner and now treasurer of the citys largest department store faces rum charges His arrest near his home followed a battle with two agents WALDORF HAS ANNUAL MEET College Association Votes to Support Campaign for Funds FOREST CITY July annual meeting of Waldorf college association met at the college chapel where President C M Grau skou reported a total enrollment of 253 students for the past year and 118 students in the Junior college M M Brunsvold reported financial conditions of the college In good condition The association went on record supporting the drive for funds to enable Waldorf to raise its endowment fund The association officers for the ensuing year are the Rev O R Sletten Lake Mills president S R Torgerson Joice secretary M M Brunsvold Forest City treasurer John A Nelson of Wallingford was elected to fill tht vacancy on the hoard of trustees left by the resignation of J O Os mundson of Thompson The RevS A Berge of Fort Dodge and the Rev O T Storaasli of Emmons Mian were reelected for a term of three years VISIT SON and Mrs S Callahan and granddaughter from Lang Beach Cal are visiting here n the horns of their son Grover Cal lahan VISITS AT BURCHINAL and Mrs Mart in Berg and son Charles of Super ior Wis are visitingat the Charles and Fred Best homes PADDENS ORCHESTRA Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night July IS AT THE ARMORY ADMISSION ALWAYS 25o 97 Farmers of Garner Get High Cream Checks GARNER July the first half of June 97 farmers in the vicin ity received more than for cream The County Home Robert Reihms Steward topped the list JrJtb for the two weeks Other farmers who received more than 100 for the time are Peter Bngstler and Sons Lee Hamm Ray Ford Schroeder and Spole Earl fitkln W A Hoeft and George Khauff B 11 1 Pupils Pass Exams for Winriebago County FOREST CITY July hundred eleven Wlnnebago county boys and girls have parsed the eighth grade examinations pre by law for admission to high jOf this number 69 are girls 42 are boys Center township leads with 26 graduates Mt Valley 15 and Forest 12 David Carson of Forest township received the highest average 942 per cent Results Count I have in my files many letters from persons who have regained their health atthis of f ice Some of them had been sufferingtor years and had given up hope Merit Wins We wish to take this opportunity of thanking our friends for the many kind words they have spoken regarding our service Our success in Mason City has been because of one friend send ing another We would not have it otherwise SHAKLEE CLINIC Chiropractors PhysioTherapy Ground Floor Cerro Oordo Hotel Bldg LEAVE FOB VACATION FOREST Alice and AnitaMorrissey of this city have lelt for a Hires weeks vacation trip to the Black Hills andYellowstone National park They went by automobile with Miss Agnes Colby of Des Moines GUESTS OF SISTER NORA and Mrs C C Steen of Lincoln Nebr are guests of Mr Steens sister Mrs Milton Hiir and family RETURN FROM TRIP and Mrs P I Chapman have returned from an auto trip into northern Minnesota TN FORT DODGE F Smith Is In Port Dodge where he expects to under the direction of Dr G W Clark specialist in dentistry VISIT AT SWBA CITS SWBA Carrie Krsger and Herman Kettles on both of Da venport are visiting at tha homo of Dr A G Reck Mrs Kroeger is JMrs Hacks mother and Mr Kettleson Is her Uncle TO SPEND MONTH LAKE Ella Smith left today for Washington where she will spend a month with her brother Fred Smith employed by the Postal Tele graph company there FORMER VENTURA GIRL VISITS NORA Geneyieve Stork of rtetroit Mich la visiting at the CE Kluver home Miss Stork Is a former Ventura uirl and Is now teaching music in Detroit VISITS AUNT Strelt went to Ashton for a two weeks visit with her aunt Mrs p J NHchel MAKING VISIT Alvina Furst ot Buffalo Center is here maMns an ex tended visit with her sister Mrs Harry Matthahs VISITS MOTHER Sykes Se attle Wash has been visiting his mother Mrs Ben Sykes and other relatives here He Is a yeoman on the U S stearnship Tennessee RETURN FROM CHICAGO Lou Austin Los Angeles and Mr and Mrs James Marshall Cedar Rapids guests at the home of their aunt Mrs w A Pat terson returned from Chicago where hey visited at the F G Hagist borne LEAVES FOR WISCONSIN H Gauzer has left for Prairie du Chien Wis where he will spend two weeks in the hospital taking treatments for sciatic rheuma tism SPENDS SUMMER Looft son of Mr and Mrs Fred Looft left f orLedyard where he will spend the summer with hisgrandmother on a farm near there SPENDING WEEK GladiS Johnson of Des Hfoines Is spendinga week Here at the home of her mother Mrs O B Johnson VISITS BROTHER Ruby Linqylst ot Des Moines who has been visiting her brother M Linflquist and family the past week baa returned to her home FARMING RETURN 3 TIMES THAT OF INDUSTRY IN IOWA Agriculture Predominates Yet in Tall Corn State DES MOINES July 13 Altho Iowas income from manu factured products has been reported aslarger than the income products of agriculture in reality Iowas net return from agriculture is approxi mately three times as large as the net Income from industry It was announced today at the office of the weather and crop bureau ofthe state department of agriculture In 1927 the last year for which figures were available the an nouncement said Iowas gross In come from manufactured products was as a net income from agriculture of 5686111000 To secure thenet agricultural Income deductions from the gross income were made for farm animals and feeds purchased from outside the state and dupli cations were eliminated The cost of raw materials pur chased from outside of Iowa for Iowas Industries during 1927 the report said wag This Included purchase of supplies con tainers fuel power and so forth Deducting this from the gross in dustrial income the report pointed out that a net return of approxi mately was shown about one third of the income from agricultural products At the same time the report in dicated among manufactured art icles were included butter valued at cheese worth 589882 and ice cream valued at 4885403 FredericksWg Girl Dies at Home There FREDERICKSBURG July Doris Parks 10 daughter of Mr and MrsD C Parks died at her home here yesterday morning She had been il since July 4 ALABAMA EDISON Methodist Meeting Will Be Held at Osage Church ST ANSGAR July young people of St Ansgar Metho dist church andof Carpenter Unon Sunday school are to he guests of peoples societies of the Baptist Congregational and Metho dist churches of Osage at a union service at Osage Methodist church Sunday evening Well there is one advantage the horse has over the automobile and that is that he doesnt depreciate so Science Monitor The Lester Cafe is now under new management TRY OUR v SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER 50c kBUILD AT A GOOD BANK Even If You Lived 1000 Miles could bank with us as safely as conveniently and with as much satisfaction as those who are located just around the corner Our BankbyMail Serv ice places this reliable bank close to you Let us show you how easy it is to use this service FIRST NATIONAL BANK of MASON CITY l Rank for Savings Rockwell Bank Makes Changes on Building July First National bank of Rockwell is mak ing quite radical changes in the front and entrance to their banking house which will add materially to its appearance The sidewalk entrance to the basement of the building is being closed a new sidewalk will be laid and the outside entrance steps to the bank lobby will be removed and a grade entrance established witb marble stsps inside the building The improvements contemplated and now under way will require the expenditure of several hundred dol lars William Franklin McClelland is president of this institution and Paul W Grummon is the cashier Alabamas nominee to suc ceed Thomas A Edison is Lloyd Mitchell 47 of Florence He Is a Boy Scout and has 48 merit badges Forest City Man to Be Western Head for Firm FOREST CITY July er O Ostby is making arrange menta for the removal of his fam ily soon to Long Beach Cal where he will be engaged as district ager for the Mutual Trust Life In surance company of Chicago The federal reserve board won ders what to do about money and so do STERLING STANDS FOR JULY SALES Regardless of the extreme hot weather the July sales program a6 this store progresses each day with renewed are about the department Is 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