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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO ONE OFT HE GREAT CLOTHING STORES O F 16 LAR DAYi i list i t L ttached TS As opportunity you cannot afford to miss the quality la very fine the price extreme ly low Theyre all very well tailored alx SreJmine ocean pearl buttons cut full and all have preshrunk collars Ifyou are In need of shirts we are sure you will profit by taking advantage of this offering Plenty of White Broadcloths I 3 for At aPrice So Low It Permits Wu U The most luxurious stockings here tofore expensive noyv lowpriced So sheer you canread through them yet so ttiey withstand hard wear Full fashioned from the finest pure dyedpure silk and many are treated to repel water and will not show mud spots Every pair absolutely feet free from picks and circles The extraordinary value you have learn ed to associate with Abel Son Inc value giving All Sizes In Chiffon and Service AT NUMBER SEVEM SOUTH fEOERAU WAGES OF WEED MEN ANNOUNCED Winnebago Commissioner Will Receive and Mileage LAKE MILLS Aug Wlo nebago county supervisors have just announcedthe scale tothe neWIy appointed weed commission ers and their helpers who are now working jthruout the county Forty cents an hour is to be paid each man and 75 cents an hour for man team and mower Bach com missioner will allowed 4 a day and mileage The Commissioners were given the right to hire their own help Where property owners refuse to put the weedsthe com missionerand his helpers will be air lowed to do work amounting to not morethan 5100 same to be chareed against the taxes Centertownship is said to have its campaign to rid the county of noxious weeds well under way Carl Johnson is the commissioner in this township and M G Johnson ofthe Lake Mills city council is in charge of the work for this incorporation Gamer Telephone Man Transferred to GARNER Aug Soper who has been telephone manager Hera for several years is taking a vacation Heis to be transferred to telephone office Duncan McCullom of Algona has taken over the care of the Garner office His family is to move here in a few days Oats Are Good Yield DOUGHERTY Aug the threshing crews are at work now The oats are a good yield and qual ity Barley is Just fair s The last 1929 Community Dollar Day Is to be held in Mason Saturday August 10 Seasonable merchandise will be on sale Multiple Motors Hope of Future Flights Over Ocean Thinks Goebel Predicts Lowering of and the cadet who success Countiy Flying Time to 12 Hours Multiple motors ratherthan land ing places at sea constitute the pri mary hope for future trans oceanic transportation by airplane in the opinion of Art Goebel famed aviator who piloted an equally famous ship the Woolaroc down on to Mason Citys airport Thurs day forenoon His views on aviation were set forth in the two talks he gave in Mason City one at the field just after landing and another at the Hanford hotel inthe course of a Kl wanis club program These were supplemented in an interview to a GlobeGazette representative Mr Goebel conceded that trans oceanic ilyirig is extremely hazard ous at presentbut he was reluct ant to admit that It was futile While grantingthat each succeed ing failure to these projects tends to shake public confidence in flying and detract from the nations alr mindedness it was his contention that all of had an ex perimental value and that aviation would be adVanced in manner Dawn of Fast Moving Era That the world is at the dawn of a tremendously fast moving era of advancement in flying waa a predic tion ventured by the Kansas City man The IShour record for a trans continental flying willbe reduced to 12 hours almost before the world it he forecast In fact it fully completes a course for a pi lots license will be adequately trained forthe demands of flying The tendency in flying Is toward larger more heavily loaded air planes For to make a business of flying said the colonel youhave to carry pay loads This means that the airports of the future are likely to be larger rather than smaller than at present The small ness of thelocal field was his own criticism of it altho he noted the telephone line obstructions to the north of the fiald as he landed Cites Greatest Factor Preparedness said the colonel is the greatest factor in safe flying Few persons realize that the foun dation for all safe flights has been laid on the ground Scientific prep aration and study of conditions to be encountered in the air are the factors that enter into the success ful long distanceflights Endurance flights have awakened a wide public interest in aviation he thinks and therein lies their value s Goebel flies the Woolaroc alone and it has been an extremely rigorous schedule followed by htm since he left Bartlesvllle Okla home of the Phillips Petroleum company a week ago A totalof about 3000 miles had been covered with landings in 38 cities in every thing from peanut patches to corn fields hopping around the country isnt all that its cracked up to be said the aviator My bed ne lorecast infact it me OVIUIUL iwy oeu is follyfor man to set a limit on the even wobbles around when I go to advancement ofaviation sleep at night Ive been on the go Mr Goebel head ofa school of flying at Kansas City spoke with some authority on the importance of properly selecting and training pilots In the future to an even greater extent than In the past schools are going to be under the scrutiny of the department of com Saturday V PLAINCOLORED RAYON SHIRTS FANCY BROADCLOTHS SHORTS Plain colored rayon shirts and many many of the handsomest patterns in the shorts The sketch above illustrates this popular combination perfect ly and in addition to the striped pants shown youll find many others in every imaginable stripe ef fect and design If you want the newest smartest underwear this is what youll see in the well dressed locker rooms EACH FANCY SUMMER An almost unlimited variety of colors and summer patterns striped hose ribbed effects allover pat terns and various figured designs A great group Of hosiery well worth seeing if you need or will some new pairs for now or later on AT 8EVEM SOUTH FBOCRAL me and proceeded to feed the lion He went after the meat in good good style and very soon my hands were empty Then I began to doubt whether friend lion had enough to eat and I doubted It as he began to frisk around and bound j toward me i I retreated In wild disorder be cause if that lion hadnt had enough I meat I had no intentions of being J j the dessert When I got outside the i keeper assured me the lion was only playing That may but person I ally I think they play too rough COUNTTAGENTS HOLD MEETING j Discuss Problems of CoOp Marketing and Shipping of Livestock County agents of seven neighbor ing counties met with M E Olson Cerro Gordo county agent hera Thursday afternoon in a group dis cussion of problems pertaining to the cooperative livestock market ing and shipping Sam Thompson representing the extension department at Ames ex plained the work that organization is doingin making an analysis of the business efficiency of coopera tive marketing organization within the state Others who talked brief ly were C C Watts manager of the Clear Lake Livestock Shippers as sociation and R M Hall president of the North Iowa Marketing asso ciation County agents at the meeting were Lee Nutty Hancock W F Watklns Worth A Aabergy Win nebago Paul Tomlinson Wright H W Anway Floyd Roy McDonald Mitchell and V E Hamilton Franklin AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs Bertha Hatigen 614 Sixth street southeast was admitted to the Park hospital Thursday for treatment Ralph Builard 1419 N Madison avenue was admitted to the Mercy hospital Fridayfor a major opera tion Fred Patton 678 Seventh street northeast left the Park hospital Thursday after aminor operation Frank Servantes 509 Seventeenth street northwest left the Park hos pital Thursday after a minor opera tion Louisa Etta Shaner Nora Springs was admitted to the Park hospital Thursday for treatment Miss Mabel Hall Ventura was admitted to the Mercy hospital Fri day for treatment Mrs A R White Klemme was admitted to the Park hospital Thursday for treatment Ward Harrison 1318 N Jersey avenue left the Park hospital Thursday after a major operation since the last of July and Im get ting a bit tired H W Harrison advertising director for the Phillips company owner of the Woolaroc and sponsor of the good will flight made some fleeting reference to the subject of liontaming and the response from Colonel Goebel demonstrated that he is as much an authority on this subject as on flying And he regards it ever so much more gravely A friend ofMr Harrington it seems has acquired a couple lion cubs and it was to this that he was referring Ted Up on Lions I had an experience when I was out in California shortly after my return from Honolulu that cured my desire to find out about lions eaid Goebel With several friends I visj ited a lion farm and after some time the keeper told me I could feed the i lions If I wished to He assured me I that so long as I had plenty of meat I to feed them they would be as tame as kittens i Accordingly I took several big hunks of meat into the cage with of a FRIED SPRING Chicken WITH BACH Dinner Saturday and Sunday for 5Qc Good and plenty of it with lots of other tasty foodTempting dishes youll thoroughly enjoy Almost a banquet for only 50c Look at These Hot Weather Food Suggestions NO 1 Fresh Fruit Salad with whip ped cream Pork and Tomato Sandwich Ice Cream or Sher bert Ice Tea Coffee or Milk NO 2 Fresh Vegetable Salad with Mayonnaise Toasted Ham and Tomato Sandwich Ice Cream or Sherbert Ice Tea Coffee or Milk NO 3 Cream Potato Salad Peanut Butter Sandwich Ice Cream or Sherbert Ice Tea Coffee or Milk For real appetizing Salads and Sandwiches you must come to The OlymplaNew combinations of fresh tasty food lOo and up for better quality sandwiches THE OLYMPIA North Federal Ave Mason City Air CLS fresh as the food you eat firesh aif into the room or erpeiling stale Silent cicnt There are also Westing house Fans for every home and office use Theres no reason why the air in your kitchen should be heavy with cooking odors or blue with smoke A Westing house Kitchen Exhaust Fan vill whisk the fumes out the window as fast as they are they can creep into the living room or dining room or stealup the stairs This fan keeps kitchens cooler in summer and cleaner and fresher all year around It can be installed with a screwdriver In kitchen windows of widths up to 50 inches No matter where heat oppresses jour home cansecure quick relief by simply turninir a Westinghouse Fan WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING COMPANT Office in all Principal Cities Representatives Everywhere Westinghouse WESTINGHOUSE FANS FOR SALE BY Peoples Gas Electric Co FORBETTER APPLIANCES CALL US PHONE 123 mne last word in tire FISK RUGGED AllCord With Fisk AllCords on your car you can forget your tires But you wont forget the ex cess they 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