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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TWENTYTWO CITYGLOBEGAZETTE AUGUST 20 192 PROHIBITION OF CIGARETS PREDICTED AT GONVENTIO CIOARET ADS ARE SCORED AT FORT DODGE ASSEMBLY Marshalltown Man Assails Advertising for Women PORT DODGE Aug 20 Prohibition of the sale ofcigarets in many states If advertisers con tinue to appeal to women to be come smokers was foreseen by Frank Pierce ofMarshalltowri sec retary of the Iowa League of Muni cipalities in his annual report pre pared for the organizations conven tion here this afternoon Sharply criticizing radio pro grams magazines and billboards which carry such advertising Pierce urged that thepractlcebe curbed Other recommendations in his re port included local governments ahare new sources of taxation granted the state utility companies be placed under oath when furnishing operating figuresto municipalities city and town officials cooperate more effectively with the legislature the state government be made less centralized Hears Complaints Declaringthat many complaints about clgaret advertising hadcome to his office Pierce defended bll board proprietors who cannot too strongly oppose the policy of som of their largest customers Th billposters he said are innocent by standers and added We have rea son to believe that the members o HITCH HIKERSVICTIM Leda Beaoregard 21 of Con eordta Kana and her compan ion were beaten and robbed by two youths while driving to Colorado the Qutdbpr Advertising associatioi in this state will refuse to display any more posters of this nature The secretary prophesied that continuation of these programs would bring asentiment for radio censorship If inorder to stop the appeal to the women and children to become cigaret smokersf Pierce as serted It is necessary to prohibit the sale of cigarets that is the devoted to utility rates and public ownership He cited municipal plants at Muscatlne Ames and Cedar Falls to demonstrate his contention that electricity cart be supplied to the consumer for a considerable less amount than is being charged by most of the private companies HERE AND THERE Miscellaneoas Briefs From 100 GlobeGazette Corre spondents in North Iowa and Minnesota J5AW ANNUAL POW WOW and Mrs L C Bliem daughter Jessie and Vnl Bliem were amongthose who watched the Mestiuakie Iridiansln their annual pow wow in Tatna county ARE VISITING ROCK FALLS ROCK FALLS Ray Galvert of Cleveland Ohio and Martha Jungman of Minneapolis aro visiting Mr verts father O T Calvert and fam ily VISITING IN IONIA and Mrs FritzMa th ews and three children have arrived from their homo In Rising City Nebr and oro here vlsltins his par ents Mr and Mrs Qua Mathews Honry Mathews and family ot Water loo have also arrived and are visiting with Mr and Mrs Mathews and other relatives RETURNS TO WORK IONIA Gerald Crooks has re turned to his work at Waterloo after spending his vacation at hoine with her parents Mr and Mrs Marvin N Crooks and family TO BE A NURSE Adams will leave for Lacrosse 1 to takoup nurses training She is the only dough ter of Mr and Mrs H C Adams here She graduated from the St Boniface parochial school In June VISITING IN pUBUQUB IONIA August Theis ant UIIM daughter Clarissa ore visiting rela tives in JJubuqiie for afew days HERE FROM CHICAGO Holman of Chi cago is visiting his Bister Mrs E E Stewart of Thompson and Mrs An 01 mompson ana Mr Municipalities have the power to drew Aske riear here rates he continued but do not IS VISITING BROTHER Ve ajlV tr nrnnmn avnnnf I Hi I I nniT Tlf thing that will surelyhappen In a I order bringing utility Into court to TnafnrifV nf nfnfoa I YlOrtnrTDnmr majority of the states I give tie information necessary with Discussing1 taxation Pierce said I the right of the municipality to that while state expenses arc in1 Question tie witnesses the neces 4Yia infrvrmnMAri rnnlr1 creasing1 cost of the local govern ment is also mounting Therefore he urged that the local unit share with the state In any additional revenue Reporting a balance on hand of the secretary said the league work could be much more effective if the legislature would permitan increase of dues Cites Iowa Plants A large portion of the report was DrWilbertShaUeBberger ChicagoSpecialist who has visited here every four weeks since 1901 and who treats Chronic Nervous and Special diseases of men women and children scientifically will be1 at XUC jic uuiiiauuvu DUL QO DOE j have any way to procure except I ancT Mrs CalelTwolfo atprohibitive cost the necessary I Minneapolis Minn are visitingat i the home ofMrs Wolfes brother and wife Sirand Mrs 1 W Brown TO VISIT MARBLE KOCIv and Mrs Lee Stanberrj and two children who came Thursday by auto from their home nt Alton 111 to visit her parents Mr and Mrs George Crooks and family have gone to Marble Rock to visit Mr Stan merrys parents ARE VISITING PARENTS and Mrs Willard Batchlor of Blue Earth have nrrivert for a short visit with their parents Mr and Mrs John Batchlor ARE IN CHICAGO and Mrs Bmll Ker aus and daughter Arene have left for a three weeks visit in Chicago TO RETURN HOME Burneli of New EockfonJ N Dak has arrived here and Mrs Burneli and children who have been visiting here several weeks will accompany him home information on which to fix them The utihty companies have all the information to fix them The utility companies have all the necessary but members of the council are naturally some what skeptical ofthis information if it is not given under oath If we could procure a law pro viding that when a municipality de sires to fix rates it would have the ight to applyto the courts for an sary information could be easily ob talned Mason City T Hcfcel Cerro Gordo Friday Aug 23 from 8 a m to p m and Thursday evening Aug 22 from to p m Seist Visit One day only and Teturn visits every 28 days Dr Shallenberger treats dis eases of the Stomach and Bowels Kidneys and Bladder Liver Gall Bladder Lungs Heart Blood Nerves Skin and other Chronic diseases such as Diabetes Catarrh of the Nose and Throat Catarrhal Deaf ness Rheumatism of the Joints and Constipa tion High Blood Pressure Sick Headaches Female Trouble and Private Diseases of men and women Piles Curable Without Surgery No cutting electricity burning1 crushing or tying off No ether or chloroform No confinement to hospital or loss of time from work In a few easy office treatments Piles are cured to stay cured Other Rectal dis eases including Fissure Flatula Proctitis Pruritis Itching scientifically and successfully treated 28 Years Experience Dr Shallenberger has had a wide experience in the success ful treatment i of Chronic dls eases His scientific treatment and trustworthy advice have helped many avoid unnecessary operation He has seen and has treated thousands of patients and there are many throughout the Middle West who owe their present good health to Dr Shallenbegers medical skill and advice If you are ailing and have failed to get the de sired relief the Doctor will be glad to see you and give you his opinion regarding your trouble Consultation and Examination fren Address letters to DrWilbert Shallenberger MD 788 Oakwood Blvd Chicago III Criticism of legislators for pass ing or failing to pass a bill often is not merited Pierce said because they may not know what their con stituents wantHe urged city offi cials to write to their legislators giving their views on pending bills affecting municipalities Referring to the efforts of state boards and commissions toward ob taining passage of bills the secre tary declared If allof the munici pal officials would oppose these en croachments of their powers and their prerogatives the gradual de centralization of powers in Des Moinea and the taking away of the powers of the local communities would stop He spoke especially of the law giving the highway com mission control over extensions of primary roads a bill which he said many cities and towns are opposing after its passage Farmers Start Fall Plowing Near Rudd Crops Looking Good RTJDD Aug week will see the threshing of small grains in this vicinity brot to a close for this season except for the few farmers who have stacked their grain Many farmers have completed their threshing The oat crop in this vicinity averaged about 40 bushels acre and the othei1 small grains were of normal yield this season The corn crop around Rudd looks promising according to farmers I and should bring a high yield if the frost holds off about three weeks Three Men in Line for Cherokee Job CHEROKEE Aug 20 pointment of a postmaster for Cherokee is presenting somewhat ofa problemV to Congressman EC CampbelL Three men J Earl Ken nedy acting postmaster BenHall and R G Knox have been recom mendedby the civil service depart ment as eligible for the post Selec tion of one of the three lias been such a problem for Campbell that recently he mad4 atrip here to con sult with friends of the various can didates Junior District Fair at Eagle Grove Draws Largely From County EAGLE GROVE Aug Junior district fair has opened here with a t good attendance The different departments Cattle and sheep hogs poultry and pigeons and others are nearly filled to capacity There are many concessions Merch ants are showing individual exhibits of merchandise In the afternoon there are horse and pony races At tendance la county wide Garner Men Plan to Open SuperStation GARNER Aug Brear and Clarence Barnes have bought the vacant lota at the intersection of the A Y p and Wilson high ways The price was They plan to erect a 45x115 ft building in which they will conduct a super service station HAS FARM INTERESTS and Mrs L C Divan of San Diego Cai have ar rived on their annual tripback here They moved to California 10 years ago Mr Divan has farm interests here to look after i ARE FROM INDIANA and Mrs Archie De Trance of Gary Ind ami Mr and Mrs C H De France and famLy of Cottomvooa Minn are visitine with the B E VVeiland family RETURN TO MANCHESTER Claude Kellor and three children who have been visiting at the Cal Kellar home the jiast week ave returned to their home at Man hcster VISITING THEIR COUSINS and Mrs Floyd ierce and Mr and Mrs Leslie Pierje it Kenosha Wi3 are guests ot their ousin Mrs Frank Newbury here EXPECTED HOME SOON A Qualfo is expected to be able to come home soon from St Josephs hospital where he has been Cor several weeks TO VISIT SON Graham has eone to Madelia Minn for a short visit with his son at the Harry Brooks VISITING THOMPSON RELATIVES THOMPSON Iver Flueum of Stoushton Wis has arrived for p visit with his sisterinlaw ana to look after his farm interests northeast Thompson VISITING IN KLEMME and MrsHerman HIppin and daughter of Waterloo have arrived for a visit at the Albert Hip pin home LEFT FOR ST PAUL Howard Drake family and Mrs Minnie Indra re turned from their trip to IlllnoisFri day and the Drakes have left for their home in St Paul WILL ATTEND SCHOOL Law of Chicago grandson of Mr ana Mrs Tom Blank hasarrived and will visit In this vi cinity until Sept 1 when he will re turn to Washington to attend school VISITING IN MITCHELL and Mrs L V Crum and family of Ames are vlsltins at tha home of Mrs F H Chandler MOVE COUNTY HOME KENSETT Tha Worth county home will be moved from the Kensett hotel to the Nela Thoen residence Sept 1 Mr and Mrs Helmer Harmon will have charge of the home EMPLOYED IN MONTANA CRYSTAL Hunt a for mer coach and teacher in the school hero has been here for a visit Air Hunt is now employed In a town in Montana ARE IN MINNESOTA and Mrs Ira Roath are enjoying a two weeks vacation Jn Du luth Minn N OFF TO CANADA and Mrs Ben Felt lave left on an extended trip thru the Dakotas and Canada They will visit ho Charlie Corey family at Pierre S Dak ormer residents of Wesley and n brother in Canada WERE IN MINNESOTA an Mrs fl iller and family have returned from visit In Lyle Minn with the John vlusemeir family VISIT IN BEARING L Hambly and hildien have been visiting In Zear ng anl Marshaltown with relatives VISIT IN PLYMOUTH O E Gunder on of Forest City accompanied by Mrs Gundcrson and Miss Esther Gun derson who had but recently returned from summer school at tho University of Colorado visited in Plymouth TEACHES IN DETROIT Geneva Stork has left for Detroit Mich where she has accepted a position tcachins music ROAD IS COMPLETED gravel gang has com pleted the five mile stretch of county road south from Rufld to the Rock lordCharlesCity road and is now working on the county road from the pavement one mile north of town to the Mitchell countyline RETURN TO CHICAGO and Mrs F C Johnston son Dwight daughter Mrs Lai Mayna Moore and granddaughter Gertrude Moorehave returned to Chi cago after visiting for a few days with their daughter Mrs H H Hubbard TO VISIT GRAFTON GRAFTONTiMr and Mrs Henry Schilling have arrivedfrom Fayette to visit the Alfred Schmidt family HAVE BEEN IN BLACK HILLS and Mrs G H Galvln and sons Junior Dean have returned from a trip to the Black HIUs WILL ARRIVE WEDNESDAY Yen e rich o Mandota 111 has been visiting witl his cousin Dr C O Yerierlch Mr and Mrs Harvey Yenerich and two children ot Ashton 111 will arrlvi hereWednesday for a few daysvisit VISITING IN VIRGINIA Kuehn Jr has left on a trip to Virginia anfl other eastern states HOME WITH PARENTS arid Mrs Rich ard Mason of Marble Rock have been visiting here with his parents Mr and Mrs E E Mason VISITINGIN SWALEDALE Chris Yetzcn of Clinton is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs M Swansen WERE IN DES MOINES arid Mrs Davo Snabnit and family have been visit ng friends jieur Des AToJiies HOME FROM HOSPITAL Abrams is convalescing in the home of his sis ter Mrs Milo Hoskins He has been in the hospital for some time ON TWO WEEKS VISIT John Utesch anil daughter Lucille of Chicago arevisl iting the Wendel families here for a coupleof weeks VISITING IN MESERVEY Thomas sisters Viola Evelyn ana Thelran of Daven port are here for a short vocation be fore thelK schools commence Violn andEvelyn teach in the Davenport schools and Thema at Manchester ARRIVES FROM CHICAGO Margaret Kanyon of Chicago Has arrived for a visit at the S J Sine home ARE VISITING RELATIVES Hilda Marsden of Columbus Junction Is here visiting relatives VISITING BROTHERS FAMILY HOCK FALLS Mr and Mrs George Duff son Ross and daughter Miss Addle Fay have returned from Osslan where they visited Mr Duffs brother William Duff and family ATTEND NORTHWESTERN Hajo Pals for merly of Allison spent the summer with her cousinMrs H H Kruse and is now visiting in Pella before taking up college work at Northwest ern university HOME FROM TRIP C C Bliss family are home from a visit with relatives in Minnesota FORMER RESIDENTS OF IONIA Rev Grant Hut man and family are here from Sloan visit Ing with Ionia relatives They have been in Charles City attenaing the Wesleyan Methodist conference They were former residents here Leaders of Foreign WarVVeteraris With airplanes used for hunting whales the submarines may yet be employed In stalking the elusive Herald The Germans are bulldlnjrj overseas plane to carry 120 pas gers Now lets see a stowal overload Constit REFRIGERATORS 60 Ibs capacity Felt Lined 75 Ibs capacity Felt Lined 75 bs capacity Cork Lined 100 Ibs capacity Cork Lined National Ice Chests 50 Ibs capacity divided for tno and food Cork Lining TEIIMS IF DESIRED CRYSTAL LAKE ICE FUEL CO 11 First St S Phones 218314 V Eugene P Carver of Boston national commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars wJU preside at the annual meeting in St PaulAug 25St when N N Duff right of LansingMich prob ably will be chosen his successor Mayer Clan Holds Its Annual Reunion MESERVEY Aug 29 families of the Chris Mayer clan held their annual family reunion at State park Clear Lake Sunday with 74 in attendance All the fami lies were represented except the only son of A C Mayer who lives at Ft Sumpter New Mexico There was an appropriate program of sports readings and music Meservey School Bus Drivers Are Selected MESERVEY Aug for the eight bus routes for the Me servey schools here have all been obtained as follows Route one William Morris route two Henry Meinders route three Fred Blau route four W A re Merritt route five Charles Wad dingham route six Fred Half pop route seven John Suntken and route eight Fred Huiter STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY 1 The Task of Preparing for COLLEGE It will not be longnow until you girls who ars going away to school will be coming in dafly con tact with many young people on tho campus in the school room in the dormitory and at the social functions and we know that you will ba 1 anxious to vie with them in the matter of indi viduality of your apparel We know too that it just as necessary that the cost of your outfit be kept within certain reasonable bounds This stora has mads many preparations to serve you in a pleasingway The Lingerie Department offers most attractive values Jn smart and Mice quality lingerie pajamas etc You should include ft box of our new full 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