Mason City Globe Gazette, July 29, 1929, Page 9

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 29, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa City News e MONDAY JULY 29 1929 COMING EVENTS Sept Iowa fair la Mason City Septs 3 4 5 Iowa Ken nel club show in connection with North Iowa fair Sept opening of retail merchants City News tv in Talk with Pratt 6 1st mort gage bonds and up Phone 961 Shell Gas Is nere For sale at 311 6th S W Give us a trial AH furniture for sale Ph 18S For coal phone Kehm at 566 piano tuner Fh2425JT Mr and Mrs Charles H Hine and son Charles Jr Green Bay Wis arrived in the city Monday for u short visit with Mr and Mrs Earl U Moore 802 North Washington avenue You will be doing yourself a favor by the immediate purchase of Cities Service Profit Sharing Diversified Investment Ask C F Kriz 625 M B A Bldg Phone 1181 Office open evenings Raymond Carey Waterloo ar rived in the city Sunday for a visit of a few days with Mr and Mrs B I Bright 215 North Washington avenue Mr and Mrs Hans Buehler and son Hans Jr returned Sunday from a two weeks vacation at Gull Lake Mrs Buehler resumed her duties as city nurse Monday Runs snugs mended at Hosiery Repair Shop Rm 9 over Newberrys James Fanner 328 Second street northwest left Saturday for Kansas City jro for a visit with his broth er Earl Mr Farmer expects to find work and remain in Kansas City Miss Georgia Burmcister daugh ter of Mr and Mrs George Bur meister 1114 East State street re turned Sunday from a weeks vaca tion with friends and relatives at LaPorte City Sou be doing yourself a favor uy the Immediate purchase of Cities Service Profit Sharing Diversifiec Investment Ask C F Kriz 625 M B A Bldg Phone 1181 Office open evenings Mrs H H Dickinson and son and daughter of River Forest 111 ar rived Sunday for a visit of a few weeks at the home of Mr and Mrs B J Drmnmond 111 South Ken avenue and Mrs Thomas Murphy of Hed Oak stopped off in Mason City Sunday night and left Monday morning for Rochester where they visit friends for a day or two before going on to Duluth for the hay fever season Mr Murphy is head of the large calendar works at Red Oak and owner of a news paper The Express Marcelling imd expert hair cut ting Marcelle Shoppe 602 M B A Mrs JL A Keovcs has returned to Mason City following a weeks visit at the Summerwill cottage at Okoboji Sunday she participated in a picnic of Sigma Nu members at JLmmetsburg members preaent with families including Lloyd Jensvold of Emmetsburg Bill Summerwill of Garlock Plover J Hal1 of Mason City How ard Richardson of Erametsburgand Maurice Carver of Spencer Mra Reeves is Mie house mother at Iowa North Iowas Home Newspaper NEW MUNICIPAL PLAYGROUND PLANNED Mason City Property Wanted Have customer with good 120 acre Cerro Gordo farm to exchange for city prop erty For further particu lars call v Call DEVELOPMENT OF WEST PARK WILL BE SCHEME USED Equipment for Playground Is Ordered and Arriving By a gradual development of JVVest park the city plot located on the bank of Willow creek on First street northwest the city plans to add another municipal playground picnic grounds and tennis courts ac cording1 to announcement made Monday by P F Hopkins city man ager The work of developing the park which has already been started will probably continue thruout the sum mer and fall according to the plan Members of the street and park de partments will devote a part of their time in the development of the project Playground equipment has been ordered and is now arriving piece The first apparatus to be erected will be a 4 board seesaw merrygoround similar to the one m East park and a small sliCe Oth er pieces of equipment will be added as the demand grows according to the city manager Facilities for picnickers will also be added to the park and it Is planned to erect a comfort station of concrete blocks The station will be 18 feet by 16 feet with a center wall and 2 toliets Fountains for drinking water will also be installed A dressing room for bathers in the creek near the dam will be erec ted near that site The plans also indicate that the foundations of a WiU earv this Equipment in Bast park is replaced and additional apparatus ll Being added One more merrveo round will be added to the lower level of East park Project Leaders of County Hold Meeting to Decide 1930 Plan Township project leaders of the womens division of the Farm Bu reau of Cerro Gordo county met at the county agents office here to plan the program for 1930 Mrs Mary Gregg of the extension service at Ames was in charge of the meet ing which began at 11 oclock in the morning and was to continue all day C B LETTS IN CARRIERS OFFICE Local Postoff ice Employe Now State Secretary Here 10 Years C B Letts local rural letter car rier who was elected to the office of secretary of the Iowa Rural Let ter Carriers association at the close or the three day convention Satur day at Newton has been a member ot the local postoffice force since August 1918 He was transferred from Meservey at this time Mr Letts was also elected as a delegate to the national convention which wui be held at Minneapolis Siinn in August The convention for 1930 will be held at Storm Lake DALY EPIGRAMS Pity the man who cant dis tinguish between his friends and enemies A Loan Today A Year to Pay GROUND FLOOR MBA BANKERS MEET DATE IS FIXED Bagley Presides at Counci of Administration Meeting TvJ S C President of th Iowa Bankers association has an that the next meeting o lrs wl be held InDe Molnes Monday Tuesday and VYea 16 17 and 18 The date was fixed bv the hunt era council of admlnlatKn ing at Des Molnes Monday Mr Bagley left for Dea Koines Monday mn t0 pre3lde at themee were y Members Use Cards to Escape Sweltering Heat Ivan A department is closed Sundays when the waters of the Pool are allowed to calm so that the pool may be cleaned eat Kills orMs MARBLE ROCK July The excessive heat has caused the death of several horses in this vicinity Thunder A signal that its rll JANNEY SEMPLE HILL FIRM GETS FENCE CONTRACT Minneapolis Company Makes Low Price Against Five Other Bidders Janney Semple Hill and com pany of Minneapolis were low bid ders and received the contract for 34000 feet of snow fencing and 2 200 six and onehalf foot steel posts at the letting Monday forenoon bv the Cerro Gordo county board of supervisors The contract calls for 9000 feet of fencing to be delivered at Car tersville at a cost of 613 cents a foot 9000 feet to be delivered at Mason City at 607 cents 9000 feet Smaf LAkre at 612 8 000 feet at Ventura at 612 cents The fencing is all to be grade A as specified by the state Th posts wm h Their the con ranged upward tn to 75 cents a toot Three Demonstrations Are Planned for Cerro Gordo by County Agent xi Thnrrt held m the county Thursday has been announced by Marion E Olson county agent eld thefarm near Swaledale at at waeae oclock in the morning the half northwest of Meservey The 4H club girls canning club of two miles north of ANDREWS IN STAR ROLE OF EVENING CONCERT SUNDAY Cornetist Is Outstanding in Columbia Polka by Rollinson C J Andrews tongue d ana slurred his wayto the star role on the program of the municipal band at East park Sunday evening with his cornet solo Columbia Polka by Rollinson Introduced by a few measures hy the band Mr Andrews took a ca denza and played a simple ment of Columbia Gem of the Ocean This was followed by a rippling variation In which the last note rose sweet and high on a jump of an octave Intricate triple tonguing followed and then a simpler strain in which tone quality was stressed The final strain was 5marYel in sure tonguing of a moat difficult theme Mr Andrews plaveil runs softly building up his volume upon a rapidly ascendingscale His encore number was The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise Clarinets Dominant The overture Italians in Al giers by Rossini began cautiously with clarinets and basses dominant The band Joined in a more vigorous strain which was followed by a cor net and clarinet duet The repeti tion of a single theme seemed end less as piece after piece joined in and rolling drums built up the vol ume to the dramatic climax I Dreamt That I Dwelt in Marble Halls and Then Youll Remember Me as cornet solos and The Heart Bowed Down played by tho baritone were some of the better known melodies which found a part in the selection Bohemian Girl taken from the opera by Balfe Fnrt OneSimple Impressive simplicity marked part one of the Suite From the South by Nicode The Moorish Dance Song part two of the suite with its sprightly melody and tamborines followed The third movement In the Tavern Woodlands began bois terously but softened while the son of the dance could still be distil guished in the distance The Mill in the Forest opened m slow threefour time with a mel ody in which a flute obbligato fig ured prominently The time soon changed to a quicker twofour cad ence and the air became strong and alive Trombones blared In true John Phillip Sousa style in the last strain of Starrs and Stripes Forever which closed the concert Mother of M C Pastor Dies at Illinois Home Word was received here Satur day of the death of the mother of the Rev A C Stowe pastor of the local Church of Christ Mrs Stowa died Saturday morning at Green ville 111 Mr Stowe has been with her for the past two weeks First Threshing Rig Heard Near Delavan WELLS Minn July first report of the threshing machine cornea from near Delavan George Claude threshed an eight aero ffeld of rye He received 445 bushels elevator measure from liis acreage This is only the beginning Ideal Farmers Car A farmer needs a car with plenty of room He appreciates a car that is de pendable He should buy a car that is rugged and will give years of low cost service If a farmer wants the best car there is for his use at the lowest pos sible investment he will buy a good used Dodge Sedan J H Marston Dependable Used Cars V2 Block South of Postoffice DODGE PLYMQUTH Prevention are hopeful days The spectacle of at tempts to prevent war and reduce armaments attempts which give promise of beingeffective make us feel that the ideal of world peace is not an idle dream after all It really looks as though an other outbreak of the disease of war may be pre vented with its splendid ministry of prevention brings hope to the individual It makes thousands feel that the ideal of health or at least of future freedom from disease may become a reality The fear of the return of some disease casts its shadow over thousands interfering with both health and happiness These cannot do better than put themselves under osteopathic care or at least have an osteopathic examination and diagnos is It may mean prevention for them and conse quently a fuller more efficient life This educational series sponsored by Iho following Os teoprUhlr phyMclan Dr W C Chappell Dr O M Reeves Dr C I Groff Dr R W Sohultz nnd Dr nCr T MBSon DrE EChappell M TC o Clear Lake You arc InvltcA to can thn osteopath of your preference Auspices of the Cerro Gordo County Osteopathic Association Park LAKE Recording System One very essential feature of the park is a well nigh perfect S3stem of recording Bach grave is marked by cement marker and num bered This number is record ed so that a grave can never become lost Duplicate rec ords are also kept in the companys office as nn extra precaution against loss OFFICE ROOM 435 M B A BUILDING of many extra large yields of small grain in Faribault county Grain and corn cropa in the vicinity of Wells all look to be t hie and It IS pected that the harvest yield will bo a rich one c Who will set the standard of prices for cleaning in Mason City We guarantee that you will never Have to pay more than One Dollar for a suit cleaned and pressed at the Lyons Laun dry and Dry Cleaners can still get your suit cleaned and pressed here 75c The only laundry in northern Iowa with their own Dry Cleaning Plant Y CLEANERS NORTH IOWAS LARGEST CLEANERS A Savings Account WILL HELP YOU GET IN THE FINANCIALLY If you want to accumulate enough money to travel to plan a house to expand your business or invest in securitiesto get in the swim finan ciallyyou will find a savings account a systematic way of winning your objective Most great men of will tell you that regular savings how ever small they are to start with the first and necessary steps toward financial success and independence t Any of the trained employes of the Northwest Savings Bank will be glad to help you start a savings ac count and plan systematically to ac cumulate money and invest it wisely In addition this institution is able and eager to talk over with you all your banking problems The North west Savings Bank has the facilities to render you complete banking ser vice and to offer both large and small customers counsel and help in getting in the swim financially NORTHWEST SAVINGS COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE PHONES 82 AND 383 MASON CITY ;

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