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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                AUGUST 20 1929 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NINE COMING EVENTS Aue City good will tour to Hampton fair Sept Iowa fair In Mason Sept 2 a Iowa Ken nel club show in connection with North Iowa fair Sept opening of retail merchants JACOBSON PAYS FOR DRY LAW VIOLATION Osteopath Dr DeSart MBA Look at Price Tags on Boyds North Shote Lots Clear Lake Fried spring chicken Wednesday dinner and supper Y w C A cafe teria Harry L Cash head of education al activities for the American gov ernment on one of the Philippine is lands will speak before the Lions dub Wednesday noon Mr Cash on the islands for some 10 years has had 192 schools under him and ap proximately a thousand teachers ninetenths of whom are natives The richest child Is poor without musical training Piano Clarinet Saxophone Cornet Banjo Ralph Gecr Phone 2609 Building permits issued Monday included 5800 in repairs for the Carl Parker residence 130 Fifth street northwest and repairs on the porch of Angel Boydonoff 817 South Polk avenue Good coffee homo made cakes ice cream Holy Family school Wed nesday night County Agent Marlon E Olson in Nashua Tuesday judging livestock at the Big Four fair there at Xorthwood Wednesday A ug 21 Music by Hand and his band Mrs Pearl Tannar county super intendent of schools is judging edu cational exhibits at the Franklin county fair at Hampton GETS FINE FROM KEUEY IN CONTEMPT CASE Pleads Guilty and Makes Payment in District Court Annis Jacobson paid a total of in present and back fines for violation of Uquar laws before Judga C H Kelley in the district court when he pleadedguilty to a con tempt of court charge filed by County Attorney Roe Thompson He was fined 5500 on the con tempt charge and for back fines and costs Jacobson was arrested by police last spring when a half pint of liquor was found in his possession He posted a bond of and did not not make his reappearance lu police court A grand jury in the April term of court refused to in dict him on the grounds that he had already been punished under the city ordinance The fact however that Jacobson had formerly violated the liquor laws and been convicted in the dis trict court made it poslble for Mr Thompson to proceed on the in junction case Jacobson served four months and was to have paid a fine of 5200 and costs last summer He wag succesa ful in evading the payment of the fine and had subsequently been sought by county officials He was arrested by Sheriff G E Cress last week Emburg Forfeits Bond on Failure to Appear William Emburg 612 Eighth street northeast forfeited his bond of by failure to appear in police court Tuesday morning Emburg was arrested by Officer G E Var ner at Third street and Massa chusetts avenue southeast late Mon day night on a charge of reckless driving CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to the Rev James Mr Pat terson the Champlin Refiningcom pany the M and St L employes and our kind friends and neighbors for the help extended us at the time of the death of our beloved husband and father MRS FRANK SCHWARTZ I AND FAMILY LOCAL BOYS GO TOHIYCAMP 115 Youths From All Parts of Iowa Expected at Okoboji Mason Citys delegation to the state HiY camp at East Lake Oko boji left Tuesday naming for the outing being held there Aug 2030 Evron M Karges local boys work secretary went with the party but was to return to Mason City Tuesday evening Karl Johannsen also accompanied the boys but was expected to return with Mr Karges About 115 boys from all parts of the state are expected at the camp which will be under the leadership of Charles E Ford state boys work director Boys who are attending from Ma son City are Ralph Guild Roger Eyons Robert Pauley Edgar Gage Don Adams Jay Conley Allan Btit tis and Rennie Rankin Clement Leaves by Airplane for Bedside of His Sick Mother Paul Clement MasonCity radio dealer departed Tuesday morning in a Yelow Cab Airways passenger plane for Kansas City where he la to spend a day with his mother Mrs Alta Clement who has been confined to a hosptal If her recuperation has proceeded sufficient for her to leave the hos pital both Mr Clement and his mother wil make the return trip by airplane Wednesday It is ray belief said Mr Cle ment that the air will provide the easiest possible method of travel foe my mother in addition to being two or three times more rapid than uy motor or rail Departure from the local field was at Tuesday morn ing and arrival at Kansas City was scheduled fop oclock p m EIGHTHPERlOb OF GAMP CLOSES Red White and Blue Rs Are Awarded Scouts at Roosevelt The closing campflre for the eighth period of Camp Roosevelt held Monday evening was one of the most impressiva witnessed this year Eight Rotarians attended mess and were welcomed officially to the camp by S L Haynes scoutmaster of troop 18 and a member of the camp staff Frank Goodman vice president of the Mason City Rotary club responded for the visiting Ro tarians Made Awards Following the opening campfire ceremony H D Reynolds chair man of tha camping committee awarded red Rs to the following scouts Albert Bower troop IS Warren Boyce troop 18 John Car penter troop 18 Victor Hennagir troop 9 Vincent Holub troop 9 Donald Johnson troop 61 Brilt Donald Larson troop 61 Brilt Jack Lee troop 01 Britt Noel Knights of Columbus to Convene MOST REV HENRY JOSEPH OLEARV CARD OF THANKS We desire to expressr our heart felt appreciation of the many marks of kindness and sympathy shown us during the sickness and death of our little son and brother Vaughn artwell Especiauy the City wasmade up of C E Gll and ne ghbos m and around Rock L Nichols and Charles H ford also the new friends and neigh bors and the Methodist Sunday school MR AND MRS PL HARTWELL AND CHILDREN Mason Cityans Help Organize Lions Clubs Mason City Lions went to Bel mo nd and took part in the organi zation of a Lions club there Mon day noon The delegation from Ma Manly troop 7 Arthur Nagle troop 46 Clarion Russell Nelson troop IS AllenNoonan troop 61 Britt Clair Peterson troop 61 Britt Raymond Peterson truop 61 Britt STATE WILL NOT RAISE VALUES OF LAND IN COUNTY Delegation Successful in Pro curing Change From Proposed Plan A delegation of Cerro Gordo offi cials and farm organization chiefs was successful in procuring the promise of the state board of assess ments and reviews that the valua tion of farm lands in this county will not be raised 6 per cent as ten tatively announced a few days ago The local contingent was made Charles Lee Fined After Police Find Booze in Home Charles Lee 1235 North Carolina avenue was fined and costs by Loweil L Forbes police Judge Monday after officers had raided his home Monday morning and found eight gallons of alleged home brew in the cellar Lee was charged with illegal possession of liquor in viola tion of ordinance 230 Officers de stroyed the liquor Moving Picture Lion Will Appear at Fair Leo the lion that enlivens the of W D Gibson chairman of the 1 trademark of the MetroGoldwyu boardof supervisors G M Netzer Mayer pictures and which crashed president of the Farm Bureau Arin an airplane in Arizona last fall thur Harris county auditor and A made its departure from Mason Cty M Olson Schermerhorn Farms Mr Harris and Mr Netzer acted as the spokesmen for Cerro Gordo county setting forth arguments that the farm land of the county based on the comparisons with land in other counties should not be raised AT THE HOSPITALS Tuesday morning after entertaining groups of grownups and children Monday afternoon and evening The lion which was on its way to Hampton and Waterloo Tuesday stopped in front of the GlobeGn zette on its way out of the city It will appear at the state fair lhaj latter part of the week it wa5 stated Most Americans are honest de clares an expert collector of bad debts We add this reservation Ex cept in the midst of a hot presiden ial Journal ke SCREENGRID RADIO See It Hear It Ask Your local Alwater Kent Dealer for a home demonstration NOW CONVENIENT TERMS L P Courshoji Co Mason City Iowa DISTRIBUTORS WM GEO Delegates and visitors from all parts of the United States Can ada Mexico Porto Rico the Philippics and the Panama Canal Zone will attend the fortyseventh annual supreme convention of the Knights of Columbus in Milwaukee Wls Aug 2022 Civic and re ligious demonstrations will be features of the session Among Im portant convention figures are Archbishop Henry Joseph OLcary of Edmonton Alberta Canada William J McQinley supreme secre tary William George Bruce and William J Carey of MHwauUr who have had a large part in shaping plans for the LEAVE FOR MILWAUKEE Alice ami Klsln Retzacl of Milwaukee Wls incl Miss sabclle Kisclcl of UshkosOi AVis have concluded their visit with the Gus Ok rene family and have returned Ib HOUSES FOR RENT West of duplex located at 202 Tith St N E Seven rooms all modern close to schools and fine condition per month Six room house at 20fl North Monroe partly modern per month Five room house at 201 Ith St S W Close In 4 of duplex located at 221 4th N W Fine CALL Barber Another delegation headed by Mr Oilman went to Bancroft Tuesday for the organization of a club there Iowa GOP Committee to Meet on Aug 27 DES MOINES Aug 20 republican state central committee will hold its annual fall meeting here Tuesday night Aug 27 Willis L Stern of Logan chairman an nounced Election of a committee woman from the third district to succeedthe late Mrs Estelle T3 Plopper of lovB Falls will be one Item of business School Mans Ouster Hearing Is in Secret OTTUMWA Aug 20 ing of H N Barnes ousted super intendent of the Eldon public schools is being held behind closed doors The Eldon school board dis missed Barnes on charges of In j competency and partiality Barnes appealed to County Superintendent Delia Bell DALY EPIGRAMS Some men find it easier to dodge taxes than automobiles WJL YCa VDtKTTKS Cash Loans Up to 300 Easy Rernyment Plan No Tape Confidential UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE PMHUMPHREYMGfc PHONE J4t4 GROUND FLOOR MBA The success oi Memorial Park may be gimged by that idea worked out so far in practical terms of accom plishment The building program complete under way and proposed marks a definite epoch in cemetery develop ment Memorial Park is that Ideal cemetery for rich and poor alike Buy your lot at this time OFFICE ROOM 435 M B A BLDG and James Ryan Jamer Selby ttoop 61 Britt Pat Spalla troop 61 Britt Jay Sullivan troop 47 Clarion Holm Swenson troop 16 Belmond Mickey VIcari tronp 18x White Rs were awarded to the following tscouts by Charles R Crumb scoutmaster of troop 7 and a member of the camp staff TSr nest Culver troop 7 Dorance Day troop 56 Klemme Keith DeLacey troop 158 John Doman troop 7 Jo seph Ewald troop 46 Clarion Wai don Halverson troop 44 Thomubs don Halveraon troop 44 Thouiu Ciarence Jensen troop 61 Britt Clifford Kurtz troop 7 Wayne Lewison troop 61 Britt Lewis Pe terson troop 61 Britl Bernard Rose troop 7 and Fred Rose troop 7 A C Stowe Jr troop 6 Jack son VanSise troop 6 Clifford Vik troop 17 Clear Lake and Donald Wilson troop 61 Britt S L Haynes awarded blue Rs to the following scouts William Hanks troop 6 Georga Kavaya troop 7 Richard Murphy troop 17 Clear Lake and DuanePackard troop 16 Belmond Junior Seney troop 6 Wayne Sharp 46 Clarion and Joseph Yelland troop 24 Shef field Duplicated Honors The following scouts duplicated their honors of previous years Red Eugene Cota troop 14 Her bert Detrow troop 16 Belmond Loran Hndley troop 16 Belmond Kenseth troop 1 White Angell troop 9 Byrl Brock 47 Clarion Royal Whitman Clarion Ralph Dunlop troop 8 Everett Hermanson troop 6 Floyd Kafer troop 8 John Wood troop 18 Dean Linfor 47 Clarion Junior Marthv 17 Clear Lake Kay Nagle troop 46 Clarion and Charles Qtiinn troop 7 Blue Priisia troyp 6 The tradition of camp was ex plained by E W Lilley camp lealh ercraft instructor and a brief farr well address on behalf of the camp staff was made by J C Under wood camp director The high point man for the week was Junior Seney of troop 6 who re ceived a total of 908 points Wil liam Hanks troop 6 with R total of 800 points was the second high point man of the week Sterling Prusia troop 6 was the only mem ber called into the new giard Charles R Crumb scoutmaster of troop 7 being the only one eligible was called into honorary member ship in the old guard Rusty Hinges Sanjr Those visiting the campfire Mon day night were entertained by the Rusty Hinge quartet made up of W Earl Hall Dr R Kunz Earl Dean and Fred Shaffer This group has entertained every period of Camp Roosevelt so far this year The last period of Camp Roose velt opened Tuesday morning with 50 scouts signed up The Mason City Kiwania club was to be entertained at mesa Tuesday at Camp Roosevelt and was to wit SELECTIONS FROM HERBERTMODERN JAZZ ON PROGRAM Municipal Band to Feature Overture Jubel in Thursday Concert Victor Herberts Favoritqs a number of the famous composers selections written Into a medley and the ponderous overture Jubel by von Weber together with a recital of popular hits of the year wil mark the program of the municipal band concert at East Park Thurs day evening Victor Herbert renowned for hts lyrical ballad type of music groups under this title some of the most popular of his writings Every piece is a characteristically sweet melody with emphasis on clear harmony and theme and owning a more subdued background supplied by the band with muted brass and softened reeds effects MUNICIPAL BAND CONCERT East Park Thursday Evening Eight Oclock March Inauguration Herbert Overture Jubel von Webdr Selection Victor Herberts Fav orites Herbert Group of popular numbers Intermission Southern Rhapsody Hosmer A Vision of Samome Lamps popular Hits of 1020 Virginia National Guard Vezzetti Ackley Trap Shooter Gets 97 in First 100 Shots at Dayton Meet VANDALIA TRAP SHOOTING GHOUNDS DAYTON Ohio Aug 20 Approximately 200 scores turned in for the first 100 targets in the amateur clay target championship of North America at Vandalia today throe perfect scores were recorded Qua Payne Oklahoma City and Karl Maust Detroit and Mark Arie Champaign III turned in the per fect scores Lawrence Gilmore Fairview 111 had 09 while F M Kachelhoffer Ackley Iowa shot a 97 Auxiliary Will Be Asked to Increase Yearly Contributions IOWA CITY Aug 20 Iowa department the American Legion auxiliary when It opens its annual convention here tomorrow will receive a recommendation to increase its yearly contribution to the national rehabilitation fund from to 5750 The proposal re cevied the approval of the executive board at a meeting today Preconvention gossip turned to election of officers as the early ar rivals checked in with Mrs O H Allbee of Marshalltown department president prominently mentioned for another term Mrs Grace Gil bert King of West Union state vice president also was mentioned Supporters of Mrs Virginia Muc rea of Council Bluffs were active in I linig up srength for her candidacy for the national presidency a cam paign already has been endorsed by the lown department Mrs W J Krlckner apartment No 9 Delaware building was ad mitted to the Mercy hospital Tues day for a minor operation Rollie Pennock 152 Seventh street southwest was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for a minor operation John Mangan Algona was ad mitted to the McLfiy hospital Tues day for a minor operation Miss Laura Phillips 124 Eleventh street northeast was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for a minor operation David Summy 303 South Louisi ana avenue was admitted to the Mercy hospital Tuesday for a minor operation Jim Kay 1314 North Georgia avenue left the Park hospital Mon day after a major operation Catherine Bolton 631 South Pennsylvania avenue was admitted to the Mercy hospital Tuesday for a minor operation Frank Senneff Britt left the Mercy hospital Tuesday after treat ment Miss Mabel Farley 625 North Jefferson avenue left tha Mercy hospital Tuesday after a minor op eration Mr and Mrs F A Tienan 32U Third street northwest are the par ents of a baby boy born Monday at the Park hospital and weighingsix pounds Misa Doris Satterlee Northwoud left the Park hospital Monday af ter treatment Miss Elaine Klmball Clear Lake was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for a minor operation Mrs Myron Wylie 510 Fifth street southeast left the Mercy hos pital Tuesday after treatment Daniel Dean Nora Springs left the Mercy hospital Tuesday after a major operation Mrs John R Stearns Detroit i Mich left the Story hospital SunI day after a major operation I Miss Aidith Anderson Ventura I was admitted to the Mercy hospi1 tal Tuesday for a minor operacion j Russell French Titonka was ad mitted to the Park hospital Mon day for a minor operation James H Boyce 839 Fifth street southwest left the Park hospital Monday after treatment Mike Martiney El Panj Tex was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment J W Drvwson Clear Lake left the Park hospital Monday after a major operation Mrs Henry Krnse Woden was admitted to the Park hospital Mon day for treatment Modern jazz as interpreted by tho concert band will occupy a part of the Thursday evening program The hot note antics of the trumpet and clarinet are sweetened and tem pered by the more conservative treatment of the theme and varia tions and harmony stresses Von Webers Jubel a presto thenandantemovement with stac cato flourish of brasses and the piercing language of high pitched heavy concert piece Rhapsody by Hosmer reeds is a Southern a mellow languorous selection will he played together with Latnpea fanciful A Vision of Samome Two marches National Guard by Vezzetti and the well known Inauguration from Her bert will open and conclude the pro gram Passenger Boat at Lake Okohoji Burns ARNOLDS PARK Aug 20 Another boat on Lake Okoboji has met with disaster The Des Molnes a passenger steamboat originally coating burned at the dock here Sunday night A few weeks ago two exclusion boats the Thrill er and the Zipper collided resulting in the loss of nine lives ness the mony opening campfire cere AtCE FROJI CHARLES C1TV nncl Clifford Hicks nnd children from Charles City hava been vlsltlns Jr and llrs Jolin Hickn here Boy Dies Following Lingering Illness ROCKWELL Aug 20 neral services for Victor Burke son of Mr and Mrs Michael Burke who died at the St Lukes hospital Chi cago following a lingering illness were held at his home at Cedar Rapids this morning Burial was also made there Besides his parents he is survived by his wife and three children He was a World war vet eran Sweethearts Jilting Is Blamed for Suicide OMAHA Aug 20 al leged jilting by a Chicago sweet heart 15 months ago is said to have caused Tony Kircil 29 to take his own life here Mrs Frances Stasnet of Cedar Rapids a sister is one of his survivors FIREMEN RECEIVE CALL t Firemen were called at oclock Monday afternoon to the 3000 block on Main street north west a vacant lot where children had set fire to a stretch of dry grass No damage was done fiiemen easily extinguished blaze MARCEL 40c SHAMPOO 40c For a Limited Time Only Gilberts Beauty Shop Phono 3180 DrVAFarrell M B A BUILDING General Medicine Infant Feeding and Diseases of Children and tho TO RACE HORSES Ray Allen and Bon Dalo have loft tor Nashua with their vicinR horses wli In tho races Dilo will ride Expert Watch Repairing at REASONABLE PRICES DIAMONDS The Store of Dependability Where Credit Is Part of Service 3 West State St Written Guarantee With Every The purchaser of a CRAV EN Plate regardless of price will receive a per sonally signed guarantee as suring you of the best serv ice and utmost comfort from your plate One day while you wait CRAVENS PLATE SHOPPE Mason City Iowa 18 Ftrst St S E DCS Molnes OutofTown Customers Write Iowa Tafce Advantage of Our SPECIALS to those who are ill need of dental is one of the best values I have ever offered my clientele UPPER AND LOWER COMPLETE These plates are guaranteed to fit and 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