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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE 111 FORMER OSAGE HESIDENTDIES Rites for Otto Rundberg Are Being Held at Osage Aug serv ices were held here today for Otto PCundborg 79 who died Sunday morning at the home of his daugh ter Mrs B M Kathan His death yvaathQ result ofa fall vious when he dislocated his hip He daughter Mrs ClaraWood of Chicago had been guests ID the Kathari home Mr Kundborg came to Osage m 69 when a young man 19 years old ha worked as a section band on the Illinois Central when it was built thru to and he also worked on farms He attended the Valley seminary long enough to learn the English language anc the rest of his education was ob tained thru reading good books and magazines When his brother Franz Rundborg carne from Sweden otto saw thai he completed the course and he graduated in the same class with HamlinGarland For over 30 years In the drygoods business and was also an importei jf Swedish kid gloves He was a de Voted member ofthe Methodist church and was active In helping lpbuild the church Surviving are the three daughters a brother Mrs Clara Wood anc MrB George Haskett of Chicago Mrs B M Kathan and Franz Rund borg of Osage The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock with Rev E B Frye in charge and burial was here CHUTE CHAMPION An Atchison man has such a large collection of bathing girl pic lures he believes he could qualify as Sunday editor on a metropolitan Globe Before pulling the ring to open his chyte Rex Barker 28 daring East Liverpool Ohio flyer leaped 9600 feet at Cin cinnati Ohio Bo claims the worlds record for delayed para chute jump haying stepped from the plane at a height of 11000 feet Eagle Grove Girl Dies From Ptomaine Poison EAGLE GROVE Aug neral services for Delpha Elwood the 16 year old daughter of George Elwood were held at the Methodisf church Sunday afternoon conducted by W E Warnes The young wo inans death was ascribed to ptomaine poisoning Besides v the father and mother she leaves a num ber of brothers and sisters The family resided on a farmowned by the James Brothers west of town two and one half miles on the Boone river WCTU PLANS LARGE PROGRAM Winnebago County Group to Meet in Buffalo Center Thursday BUFFALO CENTER Aug Winnebago W C T TJ convention will be held In the Congregational church at Buffalo Center Thursday The program is as follows Nine thirty a ra executive meet ing 10 opening of convention con secration service by Mrs Mary J PhUpot of Cedar Falls crusade hymn Give to the Winds Thy Fears crusade psalm and prayer address of welcome by members of Buffalo Center union response by county president appointment of committee reports of local secre taries and directors report of treas urer election of officers and at 12 noon tide prayer After lunch the program is as fol lows p m devotional services vocal solo by Mrs Nbrvet of Forest City reading by junior steward of Lake Mills talk on child training Mrs Ed Yahrike of Buffalo Center reading by Mrs Norman Lackore Qf Forest City talk by the Mr Moore of Buffalo Center white rib bon recruit service address Mrs Mary J Philpot of Cedar Falls reading report of convention by sec retary offering and a song A Charge to Keep I Have The evening session beginning at S oclock is as follows Piano solo Viola Sickels duet Dolores Don nelly and Evelyn Yahnke address Mrs Mary J Philpot song God Be With You Till We Meet Again and benediction Air Enthusiast at 93 DECATUR 111 Aug 20 UP Decatur added another air enthu siast to its long list here recently He is David Houchin 93 who was given hia first sky ride and who when he alighted taid Great I never minded it a minute AUGUST 20 WINS HUGE VERDICT Francis Dunmore Washing ton has won a verdict in tho V S districtcourt at Wilming ton Del against large radio companies who operate socket power radios U S Racing Plane Will Be Sent to England on Friday ANNAPOLIS Md Aug 20 mci Decision to send the Mercury racer guage and barks responses Lieut Alford J Williams tiny but RUSSIAN TRAINS BEASTSTDACT REVERSE ROLES Wolves Fear Sheep and Cat Mothers Mouse in Durovs Home MOSCOW Aug 20 home of Vladimir Leonidovltch for two generations Rus sias most successful animal train er circus clown and animal psy litsrally a house of wonders A visit there resolves it self into a protracted series of ex clamations Altho it is partly a zoo partly a museum at once a scientific laboratory and a circus training ground home is the appropriate word to describe it The animals which fill the place from the trained rats to the performing elephant and camel are almost as much a part of the household as Durov his wife and their daughter Each of the animals is in its own way domesticated obedient to Durov as head of the house and on familiar terms with the other in mates From Durov down It seems just one family of living creatures His eagles soar freely over Mos cow and return home in time for dinner The barking of his dogs is not mere barking it is in a fun damental sense conversation be cause Durov understands their Ian powerful plane abroad this week to compete in the Schneider cup races i without any further tests here was announced at the naval academy to day 1HE SCIENTIFIC INSECTICIDE DEVELOPED AT MELLON INSTITUTE OFJNDJJSTR1AL RESEARCH BY REX RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP KILLS MOSQUITOES FLIES ROACHES MOTHS BED BUGS ANTS ETC Absolutely Harmless to People The makers of FLYTOX raise a vast army of insects to the highest stale of vicpr and then place them in the FLY TOX Chamber of Death to prove with absolute certaintythe killing qual ities of FLYTOX before it is sold to you Every bottle is backed by this thorp test FLYTOX is harmless to people and has a new purifying per fumelike fragrance THERE IS ONLY ONE FLYTOX Copyright 1929 by The Rex C REFUSE TO ACCEPT SUBSTITUTES Wildcat Mothers Mouse A ferociouslooking wildcat is busy mothering a tiny mouse Near by an ordinary house cat is playing lovingly with a brood of rats they clamber all over her and nestle up in her fur to sleep A prowling wolf not only does not attack a ram put into his cage but cowers in terror at the rams ap proach The ram in its turn is aware of his power over the wolf chases him around the cage and butts him playfully Its a generoushearted ram tho and does not actually hurt his ancient enemy now that their roles arc reversed Seals and a baby walrus respond to Durov and his assistants with al most human understanding The huge bear earns his keep by operat ing a machine which pumps water for the other animals Birds take alt the joy out of hunting by run ning towards the gun and perching on its muzzle as soon as it is fired Lieut Commander Dewitt C Ram sey under whose management Wil liams tests of the speed plane were conducted here made the announce The plane will be shipped to New York at once he said and Williams and his racer probably will leave for England on the Majestic on Friday Three Families Hold Reunions ia Nashua at Fairgrounds Park NASHUA Aug fam ily reunions have been held at the Big Four fairgrounds recently They were held by the Scoles Smith and Coffman families There 57 present at tiii IL 13 rirea Smith family reunion the original Foxes spread carpets for other ani family present being Walter and j mals to show their tricks on The I waltzes lions and tigers play family present being Walter and Harlaud Nashua Edwin Plainfield Mirt of Waterloo and the Rev Parker Smith Broken Bowl Nebr stunts Relatives from Iowa California Col orado and Nebraska were present At the Wesley Scoles family re union the decendents present were Frank Ellis Waldon Russell Charles Scoles and Mrs Aleu Waite Nashua Eighty relatives from Illi nois Iowa and Minnesota were present Charles McKenzie Cresco and Mrs j ror Thompson Nashua Sixty1 five relatives from Iowa Minnesota i and Ohio were present even the porcupine does Smoked With Reporter Lola the fouryearold chimpan zee has the fun of 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11 prizes Getbusy with your suggestion at not delay Neglect may cost you thousands of dollars tl 100 EXTRA PROMPTNESS To get quick action I am going to pay the winner an extra for promptness or in all so send yoursuggestion AT ONCE Contest contMtnt tuny only J To the nrtio extra the wi Mr H E Con tot Mgr 234 McCune BIqg Des Molnea Iowa Zodoasa wlli ths coupon on KCcitn ehwt Is my for aia aK this aaBouaoeMint was reid DIM my Is muled A DORESS the hair on her body with a curling iron A hospitable dog found matches for our smoke and did other little jobs around the house as Intelli gently and certainly more willing ly than most servants A catalog of the wonders and curiosities in this house would fill a in fact filled several written by Durov and others The few examples already cited will suf fice to convey the tone and spirit of this modern Noahs ark where fish flesh and fowl of nearly every species live a busy coordinated life The most extraordinary thing in this extraordinary house however is Durov himself He has more than 50 years of work with animals be hind him and still robust at 66 a great many active years before him Of medium height and stocky built with bushy gray hairs large magnetic eyes and a walrus mus tache he radiates good nature and confidence which he exercises over animals is felt even by humans who come in contact with him Respected by Public To the Russian public at large Durov ia and has been for some 40 years the bestkaown and beloved anima performer His name is a household word by now and is enough to overcrowd n circus tent anywhere in the vast Russian em pire To the children of the Soviet Un ion he Is Durov who makes all the fairy tales about animals who behave like humans come true His house is al ways crowded with groups of chil dren trooping thru its rooms from floor to floor To the politicalminded he la a powerful propagandist with a mind of his own and the courage to pro claim it Often enough he troubled the old regime by denouncing thru his animals abuses and inequalities Nor does he hesitate now thru lit tle allegories acted out by his ani mal troupe to poke fun at preten tious politicians Despite this the Soviet govern ment on the occasion of the half century anniversary of his career two years ago awarded him the title Peoples Artist The street where his famous home is located has been renamed Durov avenue To Give Play MELTONVTDLE Aug 4H club girls of Meltonville are to fiive a play A Bunch of Fun by Erastus Osgood at Meltonville hall on Thursday evening Edna Brad well and Florence Finch winners at the Worth county 4H Club Achieve ment day are to represent Worth county at the Btate fair this week and next Drum Corps Contest to Feature Legic Meeting Next Week MARSHALLTOWN Aug 20 the largest drum and bu gle corps contests ever conducted in Iowa will be staged here when the Iowa department of the Amer ican Legion holds Its annual con vention next week Altho the entry list is not com plete two bands and 14 drum and bugle corps have signified an inten tion to try for state honors Among these is the Monohan Post band of Sioux City which five times has won national recognition The Third district band of AcUley is another entrant The major interest is in the drum and bugle contest for which entries have been received from Fort Dodge Webster City Water loo Muscatine Gowrie Mason City Estherville Knoxville Cedar Rap ids Dubuque State Center New ton and Council Bluffu with more expected before the Legion con vention opens Sunday GARNER IS HOST TO 4H MEMBERS Hancock County Achieve ment Day Attracts Many to Garner GARNER Aug Han cock county achievement day foe the 4H clubs sponsored by the Garner Commercial club opened tor two days here this morning The exhibition is to be held across from the Fritscti studio and south of tho city hall The Farm Bureau has been busy lining up the exhibits from 16 girls clubs The girls wil show the can ning they have done and a demon stration contest will determine the best team to represent Hancock county at the state fair A health contest and also a music memory contest will be held About 100 head of baby beeves dairy heifers market hogs lambs mares and colts will be shown and judged There will also be a kitten ball tournament and a horseshos tournament Prizes will be given n athletic contests Band concerts will be given both afternoons and eve ning The AmericanLegion and auxiliary will operate stands A live stock parade will be at 3 p m Wednesday Pammel Collects Many Specimens in Crescb CRESCO Aug L H Pammel head of the botany depart ment Iowa State college Arheg visited Cresco and vicinity Sunday afternoon Aug 18 with two young graduate students of botany who were enroute from the session of Wild Life school at McGregor The object of his visit to Howard county was to gather botanical spe cimens of noxious weeds common to this locality and to take pictures of tree numerous in Howard county In hia tour of this region Dr Pamrael was accompanied by L 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