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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TWENTYTWO MASON CITY GLOgEGAZETTE STERLING KO 1 STERUKG NO 2 IS NFEDERAL 813 S PENN Sterling No 1 Phone 16001801 Saving Money is the hard est job in the world if you dont think so try and save some make the saving habit easier for you by selling Groceries at low prices Volume f does it r AUGUST 1 FQRl DODGES DRUM CORPS TAKE GONTES Saturday Monday DELIVERED FREE SUGAR 100 Lbs Beet 100 Lbs Pink Salmon TallCan tSweet I Pickles qts 1 Fish Balls Im ported Lge Can Sardines la Oil 8 for 21 c J Sardines In Tomato Large 1 C Can IDC Golden Bantam Sweet Corn Doz rcanut Butter Pints Kippered Herring Large Can 25c Tuna Fish 1 Q tge Can Salad Dress Ing Pints D1U Pickles Qts 25c Peanut Butter qts 45c Fig Bars or Ginger i Snaps jr 2 IDS iDC Sardines In Mustard Large r Can IDC Salad Dress t r Ing pts IOC CLEAR LAKE BUTTER Ib 45c Nash Coffee Ib can 4tfC McLaughlin Bulk Tea 4 n ib49c Pure Cider o j Vinegar gal o3C 1 Ivory Soap Medium Bais I i 3 for IDC Ivory Soap Large Bars n r for ZOC Bulk Coffee S5c McLaughlin Coffee Lb 99 48c Oxydol n n Lge Pkg LLC tJrlBco In OP cans Ib uDC Ivory Flakes Flakes Pkg Butternut Coffee can 49C Smoked Sardines can 5c Chlpso Lge Pkg EXCHAMPS WIN IN 8 Ranks Second and Washington Third Austin Eighth CEDAR RAPIDS Aug 1 Fort Dodge former national cham pion won first honors here last night in the midwest championship drum and bugle corps contests staged by Hanford post American Legion Bight corpsrepresenting Iowa Illinoisand Minnesota were entered contests i Webster City twice state cham pion took second place followed by Washington third Aledo 111 fourth Knoxville Iowa fifth State Center Iowa sixth Moline 111 seventh and Austin Minn eighth Prize money ranging from 5500 to 550 was distributed among the eight corps Harold Teets of Washington was awarded the first place gold medal in the Individual drummers con test Ottp Menter Austin Minn was second Rub No More Lge Pkjf Star Naptha Lge Pkg LLZ Libby PORK BEANS 3 for 25c Brooms t n Good Ones 4I7C Krafts Asst Cheese pkg Tecan ft n Meats Ib OiC Deckers I o w a n a Bacon Ib box Mason Fruit Jars Dozen rj Pints Potato Chips if Lge Pkg iUC Cream nrj Cheese Ib L 1 C Almond rj n Meats Ib I UC Deckers Canadian Back Bacon Complete Line of Cold Meats Nut Bleata Bordeaux Halves Ib UJC Deckers English1 Sliced o r Bacon ib J DC Sweet Mixed o r Pickles qts jOC Mason Fruit Jars doz qts LAY PLANS FOR MASONIC PARTY Osage to Be Host to Masons and Their Families on Monday v OSAGEAug chairman H H Matt of the committee fpr the big party for all the master Masong and their families in this vicinitv is making plans for the entertainment of the 500 griests who are expected here Monday Aug 5 He is assUted by Mrs R D Staley of Nashua and Dr W R McCrary of Charles CiLy Nothing will be left undone for the enjoyment of tho guests Golf will bo available for guests in the morning at the Sunnae Brao golf grounds It is understood that after 2 p m when the program starts there will be no golf play ing The nicnic will be held lit Spring park at the end of the road going south from the west bridge ove tha Cedai1 river The sports program will start at 2 p m and there will be suitable for all ages and both sexes Thebaud will furnish the music At 4 p m tho formal program will start The Osago band will give half hour con certwith A R Ed gar directing Music by the Welcn singers of Lima Springs reading Ruth Mcllnay music Osage Ma sonic quartet remarks by W A Westfall P G M of Masons of Iowa from Mason City who introduce the speakers of the after noon M W Brotker Charles A Dewey grand master of the Masons of Iowa and judgo of the federal court Dot Moinec Following this will come the din ner and then e big bonfiro around which will bn held an old fashioned song fest After this comes a at the pavilion In Orchardwithbid and new dances It it rains the pro gram will bo held in tho seminary gymnasium 85c SALMON tall can 27c Jar Caps Dozen 1 Grade Bulk Cocoa nut Ib Navy Beans bs n iDC National Cookies tge Box Assorted Asparagus Tips can Bread Light f or dark 2 for 1 D C Prnnes Med size 3 Ibs Bulk Maca roni S Ibs o p Broken Sliced Pine apple Large Crashed Pineapple 15c Jar Rings Grade 4 Doz No 1 Apricots HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 GlobeGazelle Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota FORMER TEACHER RETURNS AIR HEAD KILLED Assqcistti Ptess Photo George Lambert 23 vice president of the Von Hoffman aircraft company was killed in an airplane crash at St Louis Rico Bulk 4 Ibs n r ZDC Broken Slices Pine Can Pears Lge Can Swea City Farmers Starting to Thresh SWEA CITY Aug ing is about completed neigh borhood arid some farmers are starting to thresh The grain that is being hauled in is mostly early oats which according to Frank Thompson manager of the Farmers elevator is weighing on the average of 28 pounds It Is also reported that the late oat crop will be far below normal as the hot weather hastened the ripen ing of the grain causing it to literally dry up Roal Roalson reports that about five acres of his oats were destroyed by a worm thot to be the army worm So far as is known no corn has been harmed by this worm teta DuCfus is Miss OHvo Johnston at the home ot her aunt Miss Ella Johnston JHss Duffus taught two years in the Eockford schools BACK FROM NORTHERN TRIP and Mrs A M Hoiroyd ana fatally andtheir little granddaughter Phyllis returned from a trip to North Dakota and northern Minnesota Tuesday ntsht RETURN TO WEST BRANCH NORA Evelyn Greerihas been a guest at the John Hofler home and Miss Mildred Green nt the Charles Dinsmore homesince Monday The Rev Harry D Green and family had been at Clear Lake for the past 10 days and all returned to their home at West Branch Wed nesday WILL VISIT IN OHIO and Mrs Johnle Ouverson and family and Barjel Rob inson Will leave Saturday for Ohio to visit relatives They expect to be gone three weeks BACK FROM YELLOWSTONE MARBLE Torgeson and family have returned from their trip to the Yellowstone park STEPS ON RUSTY NAIL Fannie Quafe came home from Sioux Falls S Dak Wed nesday She stopped off at New Hamp ton to see her father c A Quaifc at the hospital He stepped on a vusty nail and his foot Is causing him much painHe was a little fetter Wednesday MOTHER SERIOUSLY ILL and Mrs D Adams motored to Iowa Falls Tuesday eve ning to see Mrs Adams mother Mrs I TYyiitt who Is very 111 with heart tiouble s VISITS SHEFFIELD FATHER Alden visited at tho home of his father Fred Alden afternoon CALJIAR CLUB MEETS Curry On chili met at the home ot Mrs Knuto Vide Tues day afternoon The afternoon was spent In sewing quilt blocks A lunch eon was served by the hostess The next meetingwill be with Jfrs Ernest Yanvood Aug 20 BACK FROM MINNESOTA and Mrs Edward An derson and daughter Lois returned to their liome at Barrett Minn Wednes day after spending several days visit injj nt the Rev L E Kleppehome UNDERGOES OPERATION William Hetmer underwent an operation nt the Mercy hospital at Mason City Wednesday RECOVERS FROM OPERATION Adrian Sterling is recoveringnicely from a verv serious operation performed last week at the Kossuth hospital She will be able to return to her home on Sunday TWO TOWNS TRADE FAMILIES J Hliaman and family moved to SVaverly Monday ana AV H Bunrow and family moved to Ionia from Waverly the same day The trucks that brot Mr Buhrows house hold proods here tool Mr Hlldnmns to Wnverly the same day Mr Bulirow moved Into the L T Hlldman home In Ionia ana Mr Hildman Into the W H Bulirow home in ACCEPTS NURSING POSITION Von Beigen registered nurse left Wednesday for Cedar Faljs where she bns registered at a hospilji for permanent work FROM ROCKFORD TO ROCKFOKI Gist wlio Is employed nt Kockford III Is spend ing his vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs D R Gist ONCE LIVEDIN BASSETT Mattle Tucker Man hattan Bench Cal and Mrs Fred Tucker of Bassett were Ionia visitors Tuesday Railing on relatives and friends The former formerly lived in Bassett VISIT MARBLE ROCK MARBL13 and Mrs Ernest Stivers of Knoxville Tenn and the Rev Lucian Stivers ot Spring sociate director of the national park ville are guests of Mrs Alice Stivers service of the department the in CELEBRATION TO BE HELD AUG 15 Annual Indian Day Event WiH Be Held Again at Titonka TITONKA Aug annual Indian Day celebration will bo held again this year on its regular date Aug 15 This has been an annual afair here formore than 20 years and always draws larga crowds Tltpnka is an Indian name and for that reason the celebration is called Indian day There will be a merrygoround swings street sports free attractions and all the things that go to make a gala day A baseball game has been ar ranged between the fast Spencer and Falrmprit Mm teams for a large purse Pannkuks new cnl iseum will provide roller skating during the day aid a dance in the evening HEADS GRAIN BODY OTHERS AGREE TO AUG 7 TOUR Additional Persons Sign Up for Visit to Part of Proposed Park WEST UfjION Aug ac ceptance list for the tour on Aug 7 over a part of the proposed national park area in northeastern Iowa now includes the following additional names Harold Knutson of St Cloud rep resentative in congress from he Sixth Minnesota district Arno B Cammerer of Washington D C as VJSITING RELATIVES M J Connors Is In Minneapolis visiting relatives ATTEND CONVENTION Buibridge and W H Nicholas are In Minneapolis at tending a baby chick raisers conven tion They have an oil burner on ex hibit there They expect to be gone all week HOME FROM HOSPITAL 7 Schuetz son of Mr and Mrs F returned home ifrom St Josephs hospital in New Hampton where he underwent an operation for appendicitis VISIT SISTER and Mrs George Stld worthy visited here at the home of the formerssister Mrs Edgar Bins ham enroute to their home at Viborg S Dak from the eastern states SWALEDALE AID MKETS Baptist Ladles Aid met today In tha church dining room Those serving were Mrs J P Benson Mrs J A Petltt Mrs H C Collins Mrs H Jenkins and Mrs Glen Eddy VISITING SISTER Madonna Clary la visiting this week with her sister Marlajj at Spencar GUEST AT ROWAN Luda Faulkner oC Washington is a guest at the home of Dr and Mrs J D Jonis VISITING IOWA PARENTS MoNnry and Mr Tut tle of Belolt Wis are here visiting Arlos parents Mr and Mrs H L McNarj STREET BEING REPAIRED street here is closed temporarily while o coat of asphalt Is being applied N DAKOTANS ARRIVE and Mrs Oscar Os wald and daughter Kathleen of Northwood N Dak are here visiting at the Andrew Johnson home TEACHES IN CHICAGO Olive Kruger of Chi cago ig here visiting at the liome oE her aunt Mrs William Cassimeter and family Miss Kruger teaches in Lhe schools in Chicago She goes from here to PlainsMont to spend part of her vacation with her father Rein hart Kruger and family DIVIDE VACATION AT LAKES NORA Rev H A Irumb and family are back from their o weeks vacatfcnthe first week nt Lake Okobojl and the second at Clear Lake VACATION TRIP EXTENDED and Mrs J W McCreery who went up to tbe northern lakes on a vacation trip write that they are leaving Mackinac Island Mich for a cruise on the Great Lakes and will also visit in Buffalo and Niagara Falls MOVES TO OTRANTO OTRANTOMr Crowl superinten dent ot consolidated schools or the coming into the Woodley cottage Tuesday PURCHASES RESIDENCE W Mason has pur chased the J T ROES residence and will take possession soon Press Photo William H Settle of Indiana la chairman ot the committee named by the federal farm board to further plans for a farmers national grain corporation OSAGE PIONEER LAID TO REST Albert Dorow 86 Had Been Mitchell County Resident 52 Years i jOSAGE Aug Dorow j died Tuesday morning at the age of 85 years Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock at the Champion funeral home with the Rev E B Frye in charge Mr Dorow was born Sept 23 1842 in Shivelbein Germany He was married in 1868 to Misa Wilhel mina Plesch Mr and Mrs Dorow and son Reinhold F came to this country in 1871 settlingfirst in Milwaukee Their daughterMrs L M Dyke man of Devonia was born there The family moved to Osage in 1877 and has lived here ever since He worked at his trade of carpenter until 20 years ago when he was in jured in a fall from a scaffold Swaledale Farmer Gets 52 Bushels of Barley SWALEDALE Aug O Peterson was the first farmer to thresh grain in this locality He re ported his barley yielding 52 bushels and oats 66 bushels to the acre IOWA INDUSTRIE SURVEY WILL Bl CONDUCTED SOOl Preparations Are Begun Put State Under Microscope AMES Aug 1 will under tha engineering microscox during the coming year and a Preparations now are underway fc the Iowa industrial survey to L conducted by the engineering dlvj sion of Iowa State college The survey under supervision Dean Anson Marston head of livision and in charge of ProL Frank D Paine head of the generj al engineering department is being undertaken at the request of tht advisory board on cooperation ot Iowa Industries and Iowa State col lege Will Serva aa Guide During tha year and a half an at temptwill be made to determine what industries are economical adapted toIowa condition and maj he developed with profit Informa tion obtained will ba published It i expected the report will serve as guide for present industries and fc thosa which may plan to locate i Iowa in tha future There is a need for compiling facts and factors which may b used in developing Iowa aa an dustrial state Professor Pa said We also need to analyze present and the futureuses of resources and products of the staf and to gather statistics showing present or future consumption food products or manufacture goods by the people arid indust of Iowa Divided Into Groups The survey is divided into groups which consist of al industrial and transportat statistics educational opportu ties urban statistics labor and hor regulations mining raw ials natural resources utilities ft nanclng taxes insurance and insurj anco laws and Iowa corporation lawj Within each group a detailed study of each phase of the topic will ba made j Franklin P Ferguson of AmesJ World war veteran and graduate off the college will assist ProfesEoJ Paine Threshing Is Begun SHEFFIELD Aug has begun in this community Engebretson is the first this Ross Harris moved his threa outfit in the country today to beg work tomorrow FOLGERS COFFEE Ib 49 Volunteer Peas High lfi Grade Whole Peacnes Lge Con I 7 Dressor ing can D C Mixed Vegetables Large IP Deviled Ham Q can or glass C Can I n OHves Baby IUC Qts Krisptes n r Olives 1 O for ZDC Staffed 1 iJ Gooseberries j 10 size gal Of Broken Slices Cherries 10 size nrj gal O 1 C National Biscuit Co 2 Ib caddy 31c Red Pitted Cherries 10 size gal Loganberries 10 size gal Apricots rj n 10 size gal I L C Peaches PQ 10 size Red Raspberries No 10 size QO gal JoC Big Q Flour 40 sack v J Black Pitted Cher ries 10 size gal Black Raspberries 10 size gal Prunes M 10 size gal tut MR us your egga use onr parking places back of store Cool store to shop in Drink a bottle of pop or malt Get high prices for your eggs Groceries nt low prices Use either front or rear entrance f SHOES Our Prices Makes Two Pair Possible WOMENS Patent Tie Cutout on Vamp and Quarter Cuban Heel WOMENS Patent Step in Pump with Bovr Cuban 17 So Federal Ave and her brother Nelson Mnxson FROM ORLANDO OKLA and Mrs A Short arrived Wednesday from Orhintlo lOUIa for a few days visit with Ionia rrieiuls and relatives Their son Clair Is looking after their store at Orlatido while they make the trip by auto back to Ionia their former home MOTOR FROM IDAHO Lewis Hagen nntl children motored trom Sandpolnt Idaho a distance of more than 1700 miles for a visit with Mrs Hagens parents Mr and Mrs Hans Thomp son und brothers G T and L E Thompson ENTERTAINS MOTHER Dlchsen Is en Joyinga visit from hia mother from Buffalo Center LEAVING FOR COAST surprised HIIss Eva BIshel Tuesday evening Dainty refreshments were served and the visitors presented her with a beau tiful Kebeknh pin Miss Bisliel Is leav ing for Oakland Cal Aug S slie will visit her sister Mrs H E razor Residences Are Traded ALLISON Aug H Folk en has traded her residence property in the southwest part of town to Harve Speedy for his in the north east part of town Mrs Folkers residence is now occupied by Or vllle Hough and family EDUCATIONAL FUND FOR GEORGE BEGUN ON HIS FIRST DAY terior who comes in place of Hor ace M Albright director Ray r Chase of St Paul state auditor of Minnesota and also difector oi tho Minnesota stata park system Ray Steele of Winona new super intendent oj tho Upper Mississippi wild Hfo refuge Edward E Browne oJ Waupaca representative from tha Seventh congressional district oC Wisconsin John M Nelson of Madison representative in congress from tho Third Wisconsin district William Mauthe of Fond du Lac chairman tho state conservation commission Wisconsin Arch W McFarlane of Waterloo lieutenant governor oi Iowa Lloyd Thuraton of Osceoia representative in congress from the Eighth district oi Iowa and Mrs Thurston and tho members of the Iowa board of conservation W E G Saundera of Emmetsburg chairman Mrs Heu ry Frankel of Des Moines J G Wyth of Cedar Falls Mrs K H Vollandof Iowa B W New berry of Strawberry Point W C Merckens ot Des Moines secretary and Mrs Merckens 4 f STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY SHENANDOAH Aug 1 INS There is one Iowa State college freshle who will not have to worry about his first years college expense The freshie however will have to wait some years before he enters college He is the son of Mr and Mrs George Teachout Jr hosts for the annual southwestern Ames col lege alumni and born on the morn ing of the picnic An educationalfund was immed iately started for the newcomer John J Halverson 48 Dies at Leland LELAND Aug J Hal verson 48 died Wednesday morning at his home on a farm near here Mr Halverson had oeen ill for sev eral years with heart disease He was the son of Mr and Mrs John Halverson born in the neigh borhood of his present home About 1R years ago he was married to Miss Ida Lunstrum of Forest City who with their only child Francis Halverson survives him He is also survived by two broth ers Charley of Thompson and Onon Halverson who Jives in Canada and five sisters Mrs Charley iloen of Leland Mrs Glaus Johnson Mrs Ole Tweeten Mrs Leo Liefson and Mrs Elbum McLean who reisde in Canada Funeral services will he at the West Pratrie church Friday after noon at oclock The Rev J J Sharpness will be in charge THE FITTING FINALE FOR OUR MOST SUCCESSFUL SUPER SALE WILL BE This Great Final CLEARANCE of Summer SILK DRESSES Every reader of this ad knows the superior quality and styling of Sterling apparel and these pricings will come to you as an unex pected TWO BIG LOTS WILL BE FEA TURED PRICES MADE TO CLEAN THE RACKS Lot No 1 Silk dresses two piece ensembles prints and plains wash crepes georgettes and crepes values that sold as high as all styles take your pick at Lot No 2 Silk dresses wash silks crepes short or long sizes large that sold as high as they go SINGLE DRESSES Well admit that this hardly sounds plausible but its our way of cleaning up here and enjoy the biggest dress savings of the year Trade Where You Do the Best NR efiesi BBI
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