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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                tl i j EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE IOWA SHOWSJNCREASE IN BANK DEPOSITS HTTPIMP IOWA HAD MORE MONEY IN BANK ON JULY 11929 Increase of 12 Per Cent Qyer 11928 Reported by 38 Banks QHICAGO 111 July 29 X Iowa citizens had 12 per cent more money in saving accounts in 38 reporting banks of the seventh fed eralreserve district oa July 1 than they had a year earlier the report of the banksays The total amount reported July 1 was While this was a noticeable in crease for the year It was three tenths of a percent less than June 1 Thesize of the average account showed a decreaseboth as com pared with a monthago and a year ago It was sixtenths per cent less than on June 1 and 13 per cent less than July 1 The increase In savings for th year in Iowa was the best reporte for any of the five states in th seventh federal reserve district ex cept Michigan which showed a 5 per cent increase for the year Iowas Increase was exactly eijua to that of the district as awhole Michigan and Illinois alotii showed increases for the month o Jufie the former showing a boos of brietenth of a per cent while thi latter increased 15 per cent Wis consia reported no change while In dlana showed a seventenths per cent loss of the state howed decreases Inthesize of the average account asof year compared wttti HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 GlobeGazette North Iowa and Minnesota 12months earlier More thanthreefifths of the 197 banks reporting for the district showed1 an Increase over June 1 and over a year ago Charles City Man Is Held at Nashua for Driving While Drunk 1 NASHUA Jmy A Mettier Charles City was arrested hereFri day night on the charge of driving acaf while intoxicated after he had collided with an auto operated ty Mrs Robert Frishy He hada pre liiriinary hearing Saturday morning before Justice of Peace J B Wat son and was bound over to appear before the grand jury under bond which he furnished VISITING MOTHER Estell Glaser and children iof Cottonwood Minn are j GIaser3 cuitd Press Photo Known under three names Diana Cooper fell jumped or was pushed from the tenth floor window of a fashionable Chicago hotel Police are seek ing her escort who vanished Services for Betty Lee Ollenberg Held at Church in Garner GARNER July United Presbyterian church was filled Sat urday afternoon in a memorial service for Betty Lee seven year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Floyd Ollenberg Mason City Thirty car loads came from Mason City Six playmates of Betty Lee were pall aearers Ths Rev David Lewis preached a sermon from Jesus Took a Little Mr and Mrs Lewis sang as a duet He Leadeth Me and Jesus Lover of My Soul Mr jewis sang as a solo Sometime Somewhere Mrs Chris Olson Was accompanist Burial was in the new part of Concord cemetery ON PARK TRIP Airs GeorBQ Heldenreich have left on a trip thru Yellowstone park They went by train and expect to be gone two weeks RETURNS TO WISCONSIN Sorenson who spent the past week at his home hero returned Saturday to Spring Ireen TVls where he is county agent SPEND WEEKEND nnd Mrs Glen Mor ord their small son and Mr Morfords rather Wellington Morford all of Chi cago spent the weekend aa house ruests of tho Rev and Mrs David ewis Tho visitors are enrouta to Yel owstone park MrMorford and Mr Lewis were boyhood chums in Green field Pa SPENDS WEEKEND Hesley spent the week end with bis brother Harry Hesley at Charles City EXPECT TO LEAVE FOREST and Mrs A R Church have sold their house to Mr Hammond of Glenvllle Minn They expectto leave soon for a trip to Eu gene Ore and to Los Angeles Cal where if they find things favorable for a location will mako their perma nent residence LEAVE FOR VISIT MESERVEY Mr and Mrs H Fischer and family left Sunday morn ing for a couple of days visit with relatives In Farmington Minn IS IN HAMPTON H Brauerm county attorney Is in Hampton receiving BAY STATE EDISON RETURN TO HOME PLTMOUTHMr and ito Merlin of Ced Rapids who have been spending two weeks vacation with Mr Ridffe ways parents Mi and Mrs Gears to Jrostrom Funeral Held at Forest City Church FOREST CITY July 1 services for Mrs Bengta Bros rom wfio died suddenly at her bme east of town Wednesday were eld at the Swedish Baptist church aturday the1 Rev Nels Sonason in harge Burial was made In the wedishjcemeterjr directly north cf No 1 IS N Federal Phone 16001601 Sterling No 2 812 S Penn Phone 807 SHOPPING A PLEASURE We have the coolest store in town with our uptodate Paulcy yentUaHng system We have fresh chilled air all the time fUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY CI TP A B OUUAJV lbsBeet 100 lbs Cane medical treatment RETURNS TO HOME John Everts who has been spending two weeks at Col ax taking treatments returned to her iiome Sunday GUESTS AT GARNER and airs Harry Hoffman Waterloo were house jyuests here of Dr and Mrs J C Morrison over the weekend The women ore sisters Mr Hoffman is a lormer superintendent of Clear Lake schools LEAVES BY CAR ALG OX Delinert left to day by car for points it Wisconsin and to visit a daughter in Clinton 111 RETURN HOME Elmer Raw returned home Sunday from Rock Valley wheia she had an operation Delia Richerd son accompanied her home ENJOYING VISIT nnd Mrs Clnvo C Smith are enjoying a visit from Mr Smiths father and mother Mr and Mrs Charles Smith Naperville 111 GUEST OF COUSIN FOREST WasMnan of Phoenix Ariz visited friends In Forest City Saturday enrouto to Brltc where she is the guest of her cousin Mrs Cecil P RETURN FROM TRIP and Mrs Merton Crowl returned here Saturday from n months auto trip to Niagara Falls and eastern states PLANS TO MOVE J Hildman and family arc planning to move to Waverly the first of next week W H Buhrow of Wavcrly who bought out the L J Hildman store is here now and he will move his family here in a few LEAVES FOR WINDOM Sarah Elson ot Wayne Nebr who has been visiting her daughter Mrs R B left Sunday for Windom and Gvniit Frederick Ireland 18 of Cambridge a graduate of Gro ton will represent Massachu setts In the Edison scholarship contest at West Orange N 3 who hag spent the past three years in San Francisco Col has returned home Jora visit with Mr and Mrs A W Wllbern FORMER PASTOR VISITS FOREST Rev and Mrs J A Fergus Falls Minn former pastor ofthe Immanuel Luth eran church here are spending a few days here before groins on to Clarion o visit their daughter Mrs Orin Berg MAKES TRIP BY AUTO J R Hickok of Bdl ngham Wash Is hero visiting at the Marvin Crooks home She has been 1isitlng her fatherGeorge inn She made the trip by auto n her sister Mrs Mary Smith ana of Alpenn S Dale who had been LEAVE FOR IIOME TIIOMFSONDonald Batchlor left r In Dea Moln with Mer the weekend ther SPENDING VACATION Mrs D M Conlan ts spending her vacation at Mnrshalltown and Mrs Rose Roughton is acting as operator for the telephone Tom Ben Clausson returned from Rochester where he has been taking treatments PARENTS OF BOY and Mrs Lester Krulcow aro the parents ofa boy RETURNS HOME MARBLE Oeser who Was called toMt Hope Wis Intho death of an uncle returned home Sat ttrday Mrs Oeser and children will remain for a week or two RETURNS FROM ESTHERVILLK Kathleen Holf auer cashier at Chrlstensori brothers has returned from Esthervillo where she has been takingr the place of Miss Alma White cashier of the Christen son store while Miss White was on ler vacation 100 FARMERS OF IOWA WILt TAKE CORN BELT TOUR Yellowstone Park Will Be Goal of Group to Start August 6 DES MOINES July 29 will be in group of farmers n armers who will take part In the first corn belt farmers vacation tour ar ranged by Wallaces Farmer Des Momes Aug 6 Yellowstone park is the objective of the trip with stops at experiment stations in various states enroute and on the return rip Johnp Wallace president of of the partynff i3 in From Des Moines Aug 6 the farmers will go direct to Minne The flrst agricultural visit will he at Bismarck N Dak wherp an experimental station will be in spected The next scheduled stop in at Bozeman Mont The trip to Min neapolis and west will be made over he Rock Island and Northern Pa cific lines respectively Yellowstone park wil be entered thru the west ern border Three days will lie spent here the tourists traveling in busses The exit will be made at Gardner Mont On the return trip stop will be made at the state exi periment station at Miles City Mont The entire trip will take eigh days Railroad vacation tours i for farm groups are a relatively nevvdevelop went The first one was organized a few years ago in Ohio when a party of sixty farmers went to the range country for the double pur pose of looking over feeder stocl and seeing one or two of the parks Since then Kansas farmers have taken similar tours and this year farmers railroad tours have been or ganized in Ohio Iowa Nebraska and Kansas In each case the tour has been handled under the direc tion of one of the standard farm journals the Ohio Farmer the Ne braska Farmer the Kansas Farm A special train will convey the party to the Yellowstone It will be equipped with Pullmans diner and observation car A majority of Iowa counties will 36 represented by farm families on the tour The list includes a number of farmers of considerable loral 3rominence and officers of farm c ranizations and cooperatives ormer Resident of Forest City Is Dead FOREST CITY July as been received here of the death f S R Spofford a former citizen f Forest City at his home in ilad sou Wis after a lingering illness 6 left Forest City 10 years ago to ngage in the clothing business at dadison AUTOS DRIVEN BY DEPARTMENT SET ECONOMY RECORD Close of Two Year Period Shows Farm Men With Least Expense DES MOINES July 29 Operating at a net cost of 3425 cents a mile automobiles driven by inspectors of the Iowa department of agriculture made a record for economy during the past two years statistics released today by Carl G Kennedy of the state agricultural department revealed The 33 cars operated by the de partment were driven a total of 1 055212 miles duringthe two year period an average of lb988 milesa car a year The totat operating ex pense of the cars was The largest single item in the op iratlng expense was the deprecia ion of cars Kennedy said whiib storage was next in line Deprecia ion over the period was figured at 5102 a mile while the average stor age cost was 42 cents a mile The average amount of gasoline used by each car cost 9 cents a milo vhile oil cost in the neighborhood rf 13 cents a mile the figures howed Mason Fruit r Jars doz pts i fruit QC jars doz qts U Jars Doz Gal Jar Caps doz No Grade Rings No 1 Grade OC 4 Dor Lge Pkp 1UC PEACHES caSW Bushel Basket Black Flag iiquld Spray Qts Pink Salmon Tall Can 13C Old Potatoes nice ones pk 15c Navy Beans 2 lbs Llbbys Red Salmon Tall Can DIM Pickles Qt Size 25c Ljbby Pork and Beans 3 cans for 25c Fig Bars or Ginger Snaps 2 lbs for Bread Any Kind3 for IDC Bulk Blaca ronl 3 lbs for 25c Sweet Pickles qts 35c Cream tyt Cheese Ib H C Brooms good ones 49c PRUNES 3 Pounds for 25c Deckers Canadian Back OQ Bacon Ib E n g Hsh Sliced QC Bacon Ib Meats tn Ib 4HC I o Bacon oft 111 box JtJC Bordeaux halves Ib In O1 oil Sfor NEW POTATOES PECK 35c Pure Cider Vinegar gaj 35c Oranges Extra Oxydo OO Lge Pkg Certo Lge Bottle Complete Line Cold Meats Chlpso Ige 22c f Dainty Lunch Preserve 19c Bulk Cocoa 1C nut Ib ZDC Brown Sugar 3 lbs Salad Dress Ing Vi Pint 15c Clear Lake Butter Ib 45c Poivdered 3 Ib9 for Sugar 25c Bananas S Ihs for i MR in get your supplies for harvest Use our parking apace back of store long as you want Bringus your always pay high for cRps sell groceries low prices Use either front or rear entrance I Falls Minn where she will visit other I members of her family ATTEND CONVENTION FLOYD and Mrs F R Thomas accompanied by Misses Merle Thomas and Hazel Workman motored to Newton to attend therural mail carriers convention ARRIVE FOR VISIT and Mrs Ralph Briggs oC Chicago Heights arrived here Sundiy for amonths visit with Mr Brlggs parents Mr and Mrs El mer Briggs Miss Alice Fullerton of Osage is also a guest In the home DAUGHTER BORN MARBLE ROCK A laughter Evelyn was hornto Mr and Mrs Reese Sweet former residents here but now ot Sherry WTis SPEND WEEKEND and Mrs F A Morris and daughter Mrs Le Coca oC Des Moines spent the weekend with Dr nndMrs William Shroder VISITING PARENTS Oeorgte Eslelle with little son from Missouri is visit ing her parents Mr nnd Mrs G W Single and other relatives heiv RETURNS TO IONIA Bertha Schoenfleld who haji been at Des Molnes nnd Alta Vista for several weeks has returned to Ionia MOTHER DIES and Mrs Arlow Dawson nre at Lincoln Nebr where they were called by the denth of Mrs Dawsons mother ILL AT HOME KA Glaasel and Airs Henry rttedermnn nre visiting relatives at Herman Minn Mrs Wil liam Trcttin a former resident here is very 111 ather home there VISITS FORMER HOME Genie Rtueben Is making an extended visit to her for mer homent Huron S Dak PARENTS OF SON Rev and Mrs James Potter are the parents of a son VISIT BROTHER nnd Mrs L R Pnrrlsh Stanley AVis are here visiting Mrs Parrlshs brother L B and family ANNOUNCE BIRTH and Mrs Harm Eden announce the birth of a girl A boy was born to Mr and Mrs Joe P Studer ARRIVE FOR VISIT and Mrs C M Tine man who motored from Wabeck N Dak arrived for a visit at the home of Mrs Yinemans brother nnd sister inlaw MrJintl Mra Roy Howcrl SPENDS James Klnj nnd son Otis ot Mnson City spent the weekend nt tlio home of her parents Mr and Sirs O J Fluent ARRIVES HOMK MARBLE ROCK Mrs Russell Smith who was cnlled to Long Beach Cal by the death of her sister Mrs Coyla Crabtree Mount nrrtved home VISITS PARENTS SPENDING SUMMER Ann 6 daugh ter Mr and Mrs Carl Schneider is spending a few days with her grand mother Mrs Lucy Schneider who is spending the summer at Clear Lake VISITING MOTHER and Mrs Tom Ryan and children Milwaukee are vlsitlmj Mrs Ryans mother Airs torn Earnist and other relatives RETURN FROM CHICAGO and Mrs W H Jsicholas and daughter Idella have returned from Chicago where they spent the past weekThey also visited at Racine and Waukegrdn At Wauke fv MrsNcholas visited with Mr and Mrs Fred Thompson VISITS PARENTS Roiipe visltel his parents several days before leav ing for California where he will locate permanently He has been a salesman for the S and R company of Alason City for some time LEAVES FOR TRIP Anker who sold Ins farm and personal property last i spring left Saturday for a trip to Minnesota NorthDakota and Canadn LEAVES FOR JOB a sui ply postal railway clerk with heart quarters in Cedar Rapids was heiv at his home for the third consecutive weekend He left this morning for an other substitute run SPENDING VACATION LE Florence ehell of Evanston 111 is gpenfllns two weeks vacation with her iner irs Huttic Mitchell Ariss Mitchell is taking nurses training in the Suburban hospital in Evanston VISIT PARENTS and Mrs Floyd Ol enbcreof Mason City and Airs Wil liam Boland with two children of For est City spent the weekend here with their parentsMr and Mrs Floyd Ol lenberg WILL BE HOSTESS FOREST S B Dmam will he hostess to the W C T U at herhomesouth of town Frldav ACCOMPANIES BROTHER Satliotf who has been spending a few weeks with his mother Mrs E Snthoff returned Sat urday to Wellshurg His brother Dick jSathoft accompanied him HONOR BIRTHDAY surprise birthday Party was given at the home Mr and AirsAlbert O Hartivig Friday evening It heing the fiftysixth birth day of Mr Hartwig Those who at tended were jrr and Afrs Henry Hart wig Air and Airs Henry Frieslaben and Air and Mrs Tom Wheelan of Belmonrt Refreshments were served by the guests I Little Girls Smart PANTIE DRESSES Ages 2 to 6 Prints and Dimities Its a value that should ap peal to Every Mother STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY A HOT Mens Nainsook Athletic Union Suits Snubber Back Guaranteed No Rip 2 Suits SALE LASTS UNTIL SATURDAY WINDOWS Nevermend Pure Silk Hose Empress A a nn Doublo Point UU Heel Silk Hose Wizard Full Fashioned Silk Hose REVOLUTIONIZING HOSIERY VALUES I 1 Zion Nottingham Lace Curtains 45in wide Silk Fringed each Alcy WilbcrnJ during the harvesting Week of Harvesting Is Left at Meservey MESERVEY July see the small grains all harvested here and threshing will be under way soon Barley and oats are of good quality and corn is now rapidly developing Into a fine crop The hay crop was good Gorman Children Attend Wesley Family Reunion WESLEY July of the August Gorman Sr family were participants at a family re union here of all the children who included Richard and August Jr of Wesley Isadore of Sexton Will of Sask Canada Mrs Jfike Weig of Aberdeen S Dak Mrs Carl Schlmme of Blue Earth Mrs Frank Spangler of Fergus Falls and Mrs Henry Eischied of Algona Gets 40 Bushels MARBLE ROCK July dore Measerachmidt has threshed a field of barley that veraged nearly 40 bushels to the acre The quality was excellent no rain having fallen ON SUPER SALE OFFERS A MOST UNUSUAL SALE OF MENS DRESS SHIRTS These shirts are from the noted Mansfield factory and stand for the finest of shirt construction iach shirt is perfect in every respect They are the patterns that were run this spring and will be discontinued for fall Because of this fact we bought the lot at a price that makes possible our selling them at list price less Think of HALF PRICE Broadcloths Madras Pastel Prints All Collar Attached Sizes 14 to 17 Assorted Sleeves Men Knowing the Perfection of Mansfield Shirts Will Surely Want Several xfe S150 SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS 5100 S150 5175 1 i J i HLV Yt 1 i MI LINEN CRASH Extra Heavy A Value Often Priced Double This Amount 21 STERLING Trade WhereYou Do the Best Drastic Reductions On Sweaters Lingerie Bathing Suits Wash GoodH Silks Dresses Coats Suits Etc Its the Years Most Economical Time to Buy   

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