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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa EIGHTEEN ON WAY TO CHEYENNE Doescher Arthur and Herman Kanzenbach William Kappath ana Fred Paulson are on BROOKHART SAYS PLAN WOULD CUT OUT SPECULATOR Iowa Senator to Debate on Debenture and Farm Re lief in East rES MOINBS July 23 proposal to divert the debentures for half the tariff duty on farm proa tjcts as suggested in the new tariff bill to the federal farm board as B Supplement to the treasury grant ot was made here yes terday by Senator Smith W Brook hart LEAVE FROM BRITT This plan would keep the debenf and Marvin Lies tures out of the hands of apecula lef for several weeks HERE AND THERE V Miscellaneous Items From 100 GlobeGazelte Correspondents in North Iowa auto their way to Cheyenne Wyov by GOES TO CHARLES CITS MARBLE Mary Bel cher who sola her resiaenceto Thorhns Strong has gone to Charles City where she has purchased property RETURNS HOME ROCK Anderson who went to Rochester with Mrs An derson a week ago returned home Sunday evening Mrs Anderson was operatea on Thursday ana is getting along well tors Brookhart declared arid It would give the board the funds raised directly by the sale of farm products henefitted to supplement prentirely replace grant the treasury Senator Brookhart stopped here Wth his family on their return from h motor trip thru the west He will leave shortly for a series of chau debates on debenture and farm relief In the east visit with their parents ana other rela tives at Chicago and Coldwater Mich BUYS FARM AT OTRANTO Williamson of Ply mouth farm of 11 Lajlts possession Jan 3 The Hansons plan on moving to Plymouth HILTON CANNOT FURNISH BONDS Arrangements inLos Angele to Free lowan Are Un satisfactory DES MOINES July 22 Milo Hilton first man to he convict ed in Iowa for illegal transportation of liquor by airplane is still in the polk county Jail as the result of un successful efforts today to obtain msrelease on bond of 2500 Inyeatigation by federal author Williamson of Ply oy leoeral authorl purchased the J J Hanson tle here revealed that Mrs Susanne I acres east oE town to take I Hamilton of Los Angeles who had Ton 7 PIONEER DIES AT THOMPSON Johanna Simenson 83 Was Resident for g 40 Years THOMPSON July Jo hanna Simenson 83 died r jxxuiijtiy morning at oclock at the ofher daughter Mrs E Engle BOD in Thompson after an illness of threa weeks s rShe was preceded in death by her husband B Simenson three years Both were pioneers of this county having lived here for the 40 years Mrs Simenson leaves a daughter Mrs EEngel two sons John and Sever ineof this place iFUneral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock atthe house and at 3 oclock at the Trinity Lutheran church eight miles north of Thompson the Rev JvJ Skarpness officiating BurirJ will be in the Trinity Lutheran cem etery AT MITCHELL Emma Wilson Is here from Minneapolis to care for her aunt Mrs Jane Chambers VISITS PARENTS Lela Griggs em ploye orthe Northwestern Bell Tele phone company Des Moines returned after e weeks visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Joy Griggs SPENDING VACATION Hinman ot Min neapolis is spenaing his weeks vaca tion here with his parents Mr ana Mrs R A Hinman VISITS FATHER NORA Florence Morphew ana aaughter Irma Jeffers Minn are visiting Mrs Morphews rather John Curphey and other rela tives here ana at Mason City WILL SERVE DINNER ROCK Ladles Aid wll serve dinner at tho M W A hall Thursday noon VISITING RELATIVES MASBLH Dawson o wmj JlaCl vested William Hamilton her son with the power of attorney thru which he sought to post bond for Hiltons release in the name of his mother is an aged woman con fined Lo her bed and reported un sound of mind Judge Martin J Wade declared bond offered will not be ess signed by Mrs directed also that the united States district attorney at Los Angeles be present when th signature is affixed Hilton asked and received ne Fred States Marsh und Suar HONOR BIRTHDAY Dockstaaer fam iea or bt Ansgar Rudd ana Doua rejatlveshere for a picnic Sun SSSESAIMjSMowra COPS ON DIET Rduce or Quit Is Order to Bulk Fades Rudd League at Lake Epworth members ofthe Methodist Episcopal church and the Rev and Mrs George left for Clear Lake Monday to spend a weeks outing at the Methodist camp near Bayside and Airs Frornmand family VISIT AT LAKOTA 3ver Iverson and here the days vtsitlns at the home of the formers sister Mrs A iu Ogren VISITS AT IOWA CITT MARBLE Miss Thelmn visiting h JJKJ aJatt Lorene Hoaflley at Iowa City SPENDS WEEKEND i ROCK FALLSChrls Xersbereen Frinoiparot iho high school whoJs selling repair pails ana repairing hreshlhg machines mrljs 6ither afternon o Collision Damages ie Grove Autos EAGLE GROVE July 23Two Ford cars a coupe driven by lio ger Christen sen and atouring car driven by Mrs C G Strait colliUea at the corner of Commercial ave iiue and First street south Monday morning The coupe was coming from the horth and the touring car was com ing east The coupe was turned on Us side and damaged considerably fcswas the other car which re ttained upright Strait was badly shaken up fcnd bruised but no bones broken Mr Christensen escaped injury Pastor for 11 Years Will Leave Oskaloosa i PSKALOOSA July 23 v Rev GeorgeE Purdy for 11 years pastor of the First Christian church here haa resigned effective Oct 1 Ruring his term of service here toe Rev Mr Purdy saw his congre gation increase by 1020 members He officiated at 778 marriages and 834 funerals Iowa City Jeam Is Winner at Camp Dodge PES MOINES July 23 team from troop 1 113th cavalry pf Jowa City won the first battalion Jowa national guard invitational hopt at Camp Dodge Sunday with nf of 1000 Other scores were 168th lnfantry Corning 888 Co G 168th infantrV CeuteN vjlle 876 Co K 168th infantry 875 1st headquarters battalion 168th Infantry Des 850 Co 3 133rd edquarters 2nd battalion AUdubon 808 troop A 113th cavalry Ottumwa 804 Forest City and Leland V Churches Meet Together FOREST CITY July Lutheran church of Leland held a outdoor service at Pilot Knob state park Sunday July 21 The tjA It Hinderlieyplstorrof the two charges preached the RPP a student conducted the First Methodist church Sunday evening With Rev E C Wilson of thf Congregational church as speaker This was the first of a series ot who has conducted parochial at Forest CSty and Inland the past two months gave a talk and led a large chorus of children in ringing A Joint choir from the two charges also sang an anthem First of Union Services Is Held at Forest Citv nV llr lo went VISIT SISTER i ana Mrs Wes lay Parks ana children are In Detroit Mich for a visit at the home of Mrs acllc m Parks sister Mrs Ea Bohlen iday evening services which will RETURNS TO GARNER in her old home of Monona Shahapee Minn and his niece Mrs Rose Wlnn Cook Minn are visltlm relatives here ARRIVES HOME Llesveld who has beon yjsltlnsr in Chicago the past sev eral weeks has arrived home VISIT RELATIVES and Mrs Lew Walters ana daughter of Rock Rapids are visiting their relatives here MOVE TO KENSETT and Mrs There Baker and family ot Des Molnes are moving to Kenselt and will live in the Dobel house in the south part of town ON WEEKS TRIP and Mrs William Trettln and daughter have on a weeks trip to Davenport and other cities FATHER IS ILL Bernard Urenn has gone to Hayden Ariz because of ths serious Illness of her father ATTEND INSTITUTE ROCK Edgar and Ruby Cal vert went to Clear Lake Monday morning to attend the Ep worth league institute being held at the Methodist campground this week VISITING SISTER MARBLE and Mrs Clyde Cropper and son ot PhoenU Ariz are visiting Mr Croppers sis ter Mrs Webster Reed and family VISIT AT NORA SPRINGS NORA Charlie Wilde and daughter Mrs Goldis Phin pen ana son Wayne oC Minneapolis Mrs Wildes sister Mrs Win Walters and other relatives here VISITSUNCLES Bernice Holman Plaza N Dak is here visitingwith her uncles Tom and Ole Helling and families VISITS PARENTS Arthus Sorenson and son Roger Holdridge Nebr are here for n visit at ths home of Mrs Sorensona parents Mr ana Mrs Charles R Lewis SPEND WEEKEND H F Rlsss and Mrs Bernice Risse spent the weekend with Miss Anna Soly at Ceaar Falls SON BORN MARBLE son was born to Mr and Mrs Gerald Adams of Minne apolis Mrs Adams was formerly Miss Ena Ackley ot Mnvble Rock PARENTS OF GIRL nnd Mrs Al bert Peterson are the parents of a girl born Sunday VISITING PARENTS Earl Allen and children of Iowa Falls are visiting atthe home of Mrs Allens parents Mn and Mrs I H Bohlen VISITING SON Long Mount Mor ris 111 13 visiting his son Emery Long and family RETURN FROM TRIP ana Mrs Niels Smith and Mrs E N Guldberg have returnea from a trip to Milltown Wis GUEST AT OSAGE Claia Abernethy of DesMomes Is a guest of Mrs C E Gardner nna other old friends here Her father thelate Col A Abernetliy was principal of the oia Cedsr Vallev seminary for 21 years Miss Abernetliy for ths past year has been librarian of astate college for girls in Rock Hill s Car and Will return there this fall VISITS SON W Pavey visited his two sons at Rolfe 6ver the weekend PARENTS OF DAUGHTER and Mrs R 1 Armstrong are the parents of a daugh VISITS PARENTS Patet of Chicago Js here for a two weeks vacation with his parents Mr ana Mrs Emll Patet GIRLBORN girl was born to Mr and Mrs Onner Onnerson Sunday STARTS FOR BRAINERD Maggie Jenness start ea for Brainerd Minn Monday to v sit her brother Alex Collett who la 111 Her daughter Adflie and Jlrs took VISITS PARENTJS mornlmj aerfen of Des Moines TO OMAHA has returned to cantor a ln 7 i3 ca3hler of WILL MEET HUSBAND ur mornlnsr to join her h Duane at Cassvllle adquarters for Mr Hanson Is steam shovel engineer for e railroad Scott son Mr VMM Sc0tt ot Mason City is T T Mr and iiirs T J Scott here ACCOMPANIES PARENTS iaJ Veryl iance who has completed a two year course at Drake university Des Molnus accompanied her parents Mr and Mrs B O Chrlstlance home from Des Momes Miss Chrlstlance will tall0 a achto1 near her iiome this ACCEPTS POSITION Miss Claudia Smith has accepted a position ns assistant In the office or Dr E R Shannon at Water loo beginningher duties today Miss 5mlth Is a graduate the Nashua u for the si years eld the position of assistant post mistress In the Nashua paatofllce CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY Mr and Mrs A Lara way nnd family drove to Norttuvood K Nels celebrate her birthday WILL VISIT PARENTS The Rev nnd Mrs Calvin Grooshuesch and children left yesterday for Menna S Dak where they will visit Mr and Mrs H Kuhl man parents of Mrs Grooshuesch RETURN TO JOBS Elmer and Lillian Mer ten have returned to their Jobs follow ing a week of vacation In the homo of their parents Mr ond Mrs GeorKe Merten Mr Merlin a civil ensineer has been a member of the city park board of Milwaukee for the past three years Miss Meren has been hDokkeep past flve ycars for the Barker fltz Implement company of Minne apolis 0 j1 summer spent theweekend VISITING RELATIVES aidMrsJohnBer serfer of Peoria 111 are visiting rtld ives In ana arouna Latlmer SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY THORNTONLoufs A Hartwfg ssessor for Wisner township was sur irisea with a party Sunday by frlenas na relatives on his birthday Seventy persons were present SPENDING VACATION FOREST CITYThe R3V O Rohr staff ana family ore spending their vacation on tho Apostle Islaiia WIs They will return about the first of August VISITING SISTER and Mrs Joe Saba of visiting Mrs and family EsterMrs Schoenfield iuv iwiMMBB CHICAGO July hun c Peckham left bv dred ataiwarts of the Chicago police itr force have their choice of weight or their jobs If youd like a job with lota of authority and little to eat be a Chicago cop A drastic order reducing the force of bluetoats here to a mere shadow of its former bulk just announced oy Commissioner of Police William jell your oppor All superfluous avoirdupois on policemen must come off for the good of the service according to of commissioner he scale at 20C RETURN FROM VACATION Rev J J Col Ilns has returned from a months va cation spent In Baltimore ana Either eastern cities LEAVES FOR DES MOINES c Peckham left DV nuto Monaay morning for Des Molnes where hewill meet his mother ana his two nlecea from Grand River They will visit with friends ana relatives lere for 10 days SON BORN son was born to Mr ana Mrs Walter Ambioson Sunday VISITS WIFE FOREST Rev J A M Jlnderlie left Monaay for Minneapolis o visit Mrs Hiriaerlie who has been n Fnfrview hospital several weeks They expect to leave Falrvlew Wed lesday for Granite Falls Minn the home of Mrs HInderlies parents vhere with their cliliaren Donaia and Vlarjorie they will spend three weeks racationing SPENDING WEEK Arvetta Grell and hlldren are spendinga week Jn the rrls Luridy homo Clear Lake Mrs 3rell and Mrs Lundy are sisters VISITING BROTHER M Hicks of Long each Cal Is here visiting his bro her John Hicks anfl fajnlly TRAINMAN ILL dispatcher R C mos is very 111 at his home here with n attack ot appenaicltis and summer u RETURN HOME BciiUce ana ester Ryan hive returned to their oms at Ransom 111 REUNION HELD family reunion was eld at the Wallace Price farm four iles north of Greene in honor oj ha birthday of Mrs Susan Eiken erry Fifty relativeswere present and lur generations were Incluaed in the itherlngr There were relatives from ason City Waterloo Charles City ea Moines Wzverly Strawberry with olnt Marble Rock Greene and rom Minnesota ON AUTO TRIP STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY It Starts Tomorrow Morning at Chief Diets Himself Too much fat isnt good for a fighter the chief explained I couldnt conscientiously order my men to strive for featherweight classification when Im somewhat aefty myself so I started the re ducing campaign myself by going i a diet six weeks ago In that time Ive lost 17 pounds you see this reducing is far from being an impossibility Chicago cops are going to lose their curves and contours wlllvnillv and whether they want to or not The sevenpound look of the irri tated cop is out along with Ger man goiters Its a case of only the city fath nn from now gm e fr SaU IV had coffee fnlf and Mrs Artes ana hree children Maxine Robert ana Ichard are on an auto trip to Phil psburg Kans MOVE TO CLARION Gauge movca s family and houaehoia goods to larlon today where he has accepted a osition as barber HONOR OLDEST WOMAN number of neighbors id friends spent Monday Btternoon 1th Mrs J H Levitt at the C A evltt home the occasion being her ghtyflrst birthday Mra LeVitt Is he oldest woman resident of Chapln LEAVE FOR MONT AN V Jorgenson Leo Ithorn Pete Onnerson and Martin nnerson left this morning for Brid er Mont Want to Make a Loan Iowa Farm Land Mason City Business and Residence Property PROMPT INSPECTION AND SPEEDY SERVICE The First National COMPANY HANFORD MacNIDER President nm i cs bread dinner a month and a half and I feel years younger Fat policemen will a pocem have to grow slender or quit maintained on the progress of the policemen on diet by having them report the gain or loss of weight at station roll call each day after this fashion Terence Murphy Here except for two pounds And so on down the blueclad line Those who gained weight In stead of losing it to walk the long est posts 5 As a result of the order uniform tailors catering to theforce arc sharpeningup their shears and pre paring for an unprecedented bust ness in alterations Therell be many yards of stitching to do before the heavy brigade of the force ordered on diet once again achieves perfect smartness uniform No blanket diet for the entire Suy ordered according to Chief WEDNESDAY MORNING AT c P j important hour in the merchandising history of Federal Avenue Promptly at this hour the doors of this store will open and many thousands of dollars worth of carefully tested merchandise will be released to the patrons of this store at prices greatly under the market Every department will be in heated competi tion for your attention Offerings will be so tnat onewill be confused just where to go first However you cant go wrong f at a Super Sale ever vidual sible and Kegd of CM ief Police Surgeon Bl are working on plans Right eating said Dr Advocates Normal Diet T1 a health de m a large sense his material Urn hlS health e a policemang attitude toward racans ot nf Chi6f 500 of his men will have to take off an proxlmately ten pounds each or about 2 tons of weight before they measure up to standard Checktip Suggested suggested to the police head that an excellent tab might All together now officers do we like our vegetaWes Raw Raw Raw It is surprising that with all the discussion of law enforcement there are still individuals who think it necessary at times to take the law FREE BOOK Tells How to STOP PflVIMQ REMT t HOW to SBVE to and Own a New Home Home With All Conveniences Financed and Guaranteed by Sears Roebuck and Co Our Dlgptoys JET FBK BOOK at OUR RETAIL ian to the tute approximately forty per cent of far Americas longest e railroad Bhcrest na ciub Mra and and manicure foanuin First St N W Mason City In Lv Chfcsco T 800 pm LV Mllwukec p r Lv St Lr Mfnneapolta 6J5 t m Lv Abtrdsen S 1J3JO p ri Ar7accrnaFdJ m iasMwssxs1 MILWAUKE OVER THE ROCKIES TO THE E
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