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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Mason City News on COMING EVENTS July district conven tion of Legion at Elkader Aug City to participate in Algona seventyfifth anniver sary parade Sept Iowa fair in Mason City Sept 2 3 4 5 Iowa Ken nel club show in connection with North Iowa fair City News SATURDAY JULY 13 1929 North Iowas Home Newspaper POLICE FIREMEN ON RED CROSS ROLL Talk with Pratt 6 1st mort gage bonds and up Phone 961 Shell XJas Is here For sale at 311 8th S W Give us a trial Mrs George Bushier has returned from Chicago where she met Mies Margaret Goss of Harrisburg Pa Miss GOSB will spend the remain der of the summer with Mrs Bueh ler For coal phoae Kehm at S86 Jean Mickey returned Friday eve ning from summer school at Minne sota university to spend the week end with her parents Mr and Mrs W R Mickey Clyde Grant lowans White Pier Sat night Evening 51 Mrs Curtis Goodenow of Mon rovia Cal arrived Thursday for a visit with her parents Mr and Mrs B H Brett and sister Helen Brett who just returned from school at Boston Mass Fried spring cMcken dinner Sun to 2 at Home Tea 218 N Delaware Mrs Hans Buehler city nurse left Friday for a two weeks vaca tion in Minnesota Mrs Jack Fish er will take her place during the two weeks Mrs Fisher will take calls and start work Monday morn ing Famous for Chicken Dinners Wayside Inn Clear Lake W P Butler returned Friday from Indfanola where he attended the funeral service for his mother Mrs w N Butler Wednesday Burial took place at Seymour Mrs Butler had been a frequent visitor to Mason City and was known by many residents here Sunday Dinner at Watklns FIRST IN STATE TO GET AWARDS FOR INSTRUCTION T L Connor Awarded Cer tificate From National Organization With the completion of th courses offered to the members o the city fira and police depart meats and the national guard com panies by Dr W J Fenton the national Red Cross organization the local police and fire departments are the first of such units in th state to finish such a course Awards signifying that the men have completed the requirements Will he given in the form of smal red crosses to be worn on thi sleeve The course consisted o classss held during the past JO weeks under the direction of T L Connor over which an examination was held last week for regular sen lor certificates Dr Fenton conduct ed advanced classes during the week One of the duties connected with the new completely equipped firo truck which will soon be added to the citys fire fighting equipment will be in the use of principles learned in the Red Cross classes in case of accidents or disasters ac cording to Fire Chief Dan Shire WHEN POLICE CAPTURED 131 GALLON CARGO CONNOR HONORED society will hold party Wed eve at St Joseph Po Free musical entertainment fit oi30 Miss Mabel Sherwood manager of the local Palais Royal store is leaving Saturday night for New York where she will spend about a week on business In the interest of the Palais Royal stores Eat Sunday Dinner at Watklns Cafe Clear Lake Mr and fllrs F E Reishus 144 Tenth street northwest and fam ily are spending their vacation at Minot N Dak visiting with friends Judge Charles E Ranslcr of Wa terloo transacted legal business in Mason City Saturday Dr R E Brreblne was out of the city Saturday on professional busi ness FROM MASON CIXJT BV BUS St PaulMinneapolis 3355 Round Trip Jefferson Lines Depot Cerro Gordo Hotel FOR RENT Very desirable office locations in the Bagley Beck Bldg also over the S S Kresge on South Federal Ave INQUIRE DALY EPIGRAMS Champion prize fighters are naturally stunning men Y Ga CASH A Loan Today A year to Pay UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE FMHUMPHREYMGR PHOTE14I4 GROUND FLOOR MBA A worthy tribute to the teaching ability of T L Connor was paid by the American Red Cross Friday night when the highest honor possi ble for a member of the firstaid department was awarded to him at the close of the evening session of advanced firstaid instruction being conducted at the city fire station The award is one of eight made in Iowa by the national Red Cross Board of review which meets in January at Washington annually This award isfor outstanding serv ice given in the firstaid depart ment by individuals covering a three year period ending December 1928 On behalf of Cerro Gordo county chapter Miss Agnes Helbig who is its chapter secretary stated Mr Connors record shows he at tended four annual lifesaving Insti tutes conducted by the chapter at Clear Lake since 1925 where he was entered as an employe of the Peo ples Gas and Electric company and that he was appointed instructor bv the American Red Cross at the re quest of this chapter together with four other instructors at the close of the second institue in 1926 Assembled Own Class Mr Connor then assembled a class of men and women in his own or ganization and instructed them in firstaid so efficiently that thft chapter requested him to teach some community classes and become chairman of its firstaid and life saving department which had al ready made commendable progress I Miss Helbig said T To this firstaid instruction and demonstration he has devoted 90 hours of his volunteer time in 227 hours during 1927 and during 192S making a total for the threeyear period of 542 hours Miss Helbig read the chapters statement In its application as fol lows The chapter wishes to pro cure for T L Connor the award of feted by the national Red Cross of fered for service to our chapter Ha has done his work modestly and ef ficiently and holds the respect of every student instructor in first aid and examiner In lifesaving She then presented to Mrs T L Connor a bouquet of sweet peas and called upon Dr W J Fenton of Washington national headquarters of the American Red Cross to make the presentation of the certificate of appreciation Dr Fenton spoke of the honor this certificate of appreciation is inasmuch as it hears the signature of Herbert Hoover president of the United States and also the president of the American Red Cross Miss Mabel Boardman and Judge John Barton Payne and the additional signature of H F Enlows the1 trained director of firstaid and lifesaving for the national Red Cross Dr Fenton spoke of his pleasure in making the first such presentation of a certificate to one of his first students in firstaid who had become to him also a personal friend thru their Red Cross service Spreads Knowledge In WK response Mr Connor stated his chief thot in giving this to the Red Cross had been that the value of firstaid knowledge to the individual lies chiefly In the fact that he mav give aid to others and what is still more important that these may pass the knowledge on to others so they may also give this service F J Hanlon nresident of the P O E then was called upon bv J Fenton He sooke of the nride his organization felt In the honor conferred unnn Mr Connor and said it is hfs nninion Ihst should be the common knowledge of evsrvone today Information that their in structor had chosen this modest No one atempted to estimate the number of headaches that were spared residents of Fort Dodge and its vicinity when 131 gallons of alcohol pictured were discovered by officers in the De Soto coupe driven by Milo Horner Fort Dodge on North Federal avenue Thursday morn ing The coupe is said by officers to be specially equipped for the pur pose of liquor transportating hav ing truck springs in the rear to prevent sagging when loaded Kornor Inset was arrested by Officer Kay Johnson left ahrl LeRoy Neary clerU right after coming out of Hie B and O drug store in front of which place thn car was parked Taken before way in which to receive this honor rather than a dinner or public presentation such as is customary in such awards had reached a group of LifeSavers who were giving a Red Crossdemonstration at the Y W C A pool and they arrived iuat m time to pay their tribute to Mr Connor also by Kirk Judge Lowell L Forbes Horner was fined on a chargeof violating city ordinance 230 He waived to the grand jury and was held on charges of transportation and bootlegging He has been held In the county jail since his arrest because of Inability to furnish bond It was the belief of officers that that the cargo was being taken from Minneapolis to Fort Dodge 11 Students From Hamiltons Given Business Positions Eleven students went from Ham ilton College of Commerce to posi tions this week Several of these were permanent positions of the bet ter type The vacation season is lere and the demand for temporary help is strong Three students enrolled Monday morning One from Mason City one rom Minnesota and the other from the western part of Iowa W R Hamilton left Friday morn ng for Minneapolis to visit his son Horace who is a student in the sum mer school of the university He will return early next week Word from Mrs Hamilton who is attending the B P w convention at Mackinac Island Mich states hat there are over 3000 delegates ind that the convention is much deadlock in Vote on Convention City T Vasey president of the Ma on City Rotary club returned Fri ay from Boone where he attend d a meeting of the executives council of the district Rotary or ganization At this session the Ro ary club representatives were tied n their vote on Burlington anri larshalltown for the 1B30 conven lon A second ballot will be con ducted by mail HEADED PROJECT C E Ulrickspn vice president of the Northwestern States Portland Cement company and a frequent vis itor to Mason City headed a gigan tic municipal improvement project in Dallas Texas his home He was chairman of a special cit izens committee that drew up com plete plans for a 524000000 city planning system one of the most ambitious every attempted by any city The plan included the widening of some streets and a general rea arrangement of parts of the city 33 that its future development would be along scientific lines The new project was known as the TJlrickson plan and one Dallas newspaper devoted an entire section to the explanation of the recom mendations of the committee That the community had faith in the pro ject is shown by the fact that the people voted a 524000000 bond is sue to carry it thru A LOCAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION OF CHARACTER When should you start saving The answer NOW You can achieve finan cial independence easy if you only start Dont wait for a raise Too many fail to start even after they get their raise By All Means Get Started Even Though You Can Save No More than a Month Ask About Our Bond Purchase Foster and Reynolds May Be Appointed fa State TaxBoard DES MOINES July 13 pointment of John W Foster bank er and attorney of Guthrie Center and Dr J W Reynolds of Creston former chairman of the democratic state central committee as mem bers of the state tax board was forecast at the capitol today Foster is a republican Formal announcement cf the ap pointments is expected to be made by Governor Hammill today Louis H Cook associate editor of the Iowa Homestead was named to the commission some time ago bv the governor Foster is an extensive landowner in Guthrie county and a former member of the Iowa legislature He has been a student of taxation for many years INAL CAMPFIRE OF BOY SCOUTS WILL BE SUNDAY Date Set Ahead as Fourth Scout Period Is to End Sunday The closing campfire for the fourth period of Camp Roosevelt now in session will be held Sun day evening beginning at oclock All previous closing camp fires have been held on Monday night but since this group breaks camp Monday morning Sunday night will be its final campfire Future closing Vampfires will be held on Monday At that time all awards earned by the scouts during the past 10 i days will be presented The public has been invited to attend this j campfire The court of honor for the fourth oeriod as well as for scouts not in camp will be held Sunday after noon beginning promptly at 3 oclock This court of honor is to be in charge of district one with O J Wardwcll of Northwood acting as chairman Awards in every degree will he presented incuding eagle badges to Scouts Douglas McPeak of troop 4 and Robert Moody of Nora Springs one of the Jamboree scouts who will leave Monday for ngland Also the awarding of a bronze eagle palm to Scout E Thayer Curry of troop13 the other jamboree scout from the North Iowa council Immediately following the court of honor a swimming exhibition will be given at the beach Harvest Wheat at Swaledale SWALEDALE July Burgess Carr Is harvesting his winter wheat with a combine on his farm cast of GRANDPARENTS Miss Bernice Ryan and brother Lester of Ransom 111 are here visiting their grandparents Mr nnd Mrs Will Reed and other relatives A A A A GARDNER FURNACE CO Sheet Metaland Ftirnwces RearP G S E Phone Body of Anthony Will Be Sent to Des Moines WATERLOO July 13 While Sheriff H T Wagner and po lice officers still were investigating the slaying early Wednesday morn ing of T P Anthony who was shot m his automobile the body was sent to Des Moines where funeral services will be held Monday Blame III Health for Suicide CARROLL July 13 wm health is blamed for the suicide of Joe Bohnenkamp 32 butcher of ymrs His widow Md three children survive THE WAY There are lots of different ways of cleaning clothes but we do it the modern way with the most modern of equipment Our business has grown by leaps and bounds in the short time we have been in business and there is a that is we do quality kind that satisfies You will like our way of cleaning and pressing Just give us a we will gladly call for and deliver kind that you like Dry Cleaners PHONE 50 MAMffi CITY IOAX tBVERTMBiT CO H I PATTON FRlife GROUND FLOOR M B A BUILDING Safe Deposit Vault Available to Renters AH Day Long FREE THIS ATWATER KENT SCREENGRID RADIO It sells for Wednesday night July 24 this Model 55 will he given away at the Cecil theater by the L P Courahon Co Its one of the very latest models with fine walnut cabinet Now on display at the Cecil When 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