Friday, September 6, 1929

Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HIGHWAY COMMISSION AWARDS CONTRACTS SEPTEMBER 6 PAVING GRAVEL TO Number of Northern Coun ties Will Be Affected by Action AMES Sept6 state highway commission will receive bids for 14261miles of paving 11103 miles of grading and 52088 miles of gravel surfacing at the semimonthly contract lettings here Sept IT The paving projects include work in three counties the largest being for 13199 miles on primary road No 3 in Taylor county from tha Pagevcounty lineto Bedford In Clhiton county1a strip 891 miles long onU S 61 is advertised and in Buchanan county contract Is to be awardedfor paving 171 miles on UiS 20 inJessup the graveling proposals are locatedin Clayton county both of them being on No 56 west of Elkader Two other stretches are in Taylor county Von primary No 148 from Bedford east to Adams comity In Poweshiek county miles on primary No 146 are to graveled Decatur countyhas a project of 10147 miles onroadsNo65and 2 from Leon to Wayne county and Adam county 6162 miles of primary No1148 from Corning to Taylor Johnson and Madison counties are the localities inwhich grading is to be done A project of 2984 U S 161south of Iowa City is ad vertised in the former county and S119 miles on primary No 16 In Madison county ia listed In additionbridge and culvert lettings are listed in BrenJer Butlar Dickinson Franklin Henry Jasper Linn Plymouth Pottawattamie and Van Buren counties Letting of maintenance of gravel In Cherokee county was scheduled for today at Cherokee Waverly Sweet Corn Plant Will Also Can j Asparagus Next Year WAVERLYy shall Canning company plant is con tinuing toreceiveabout 300 tonsot sweet corn each daywJth theheavy rain Wednesday helping production followingtheslump caused by the Jong dry spell Canning of mixed vegetables diced carrots and red beets will commence here about Oct 1 and will continue to Nov 15 The plant here will can aspara gus next year following the experi mental run this spring Contracts with a grower who has 200 acres near LaPorte City were signed this week He will truck the asparasrus to Waverly GETS SENATE JOB PavementFrorh Shell Rock toWaverly to Be Poured in Spring Tie relationship of Damon and Pythias was no closer than that of wild blackberries and dianapolis News WAVERLY Sept on No 10 acrossButler county will not be this falland there nocomplete paving link between Waverly and Shell Rock The WagnerErlin company which receivebi the contract for miles 10 thru Shell Rock in theeast part of the county isbusy on a contract at Austiri ville and probably will not finish before Oct i to Oct 5 By the time they move their plant the weather will be bad enough to prevent muchwork on the 175 miles of Noi 10 between the Butler line andShell Rock The Bryant Paving company is making good progress oh No 10 in B f em er county and will finish by Oct 1 The WagnerErlin company got the No 10 work at the lowest HERE AND THERE vw MisceHaneous Items From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Associated Press Photo Arlington Davis Jr of Wich ita Kans a relative of Presi dent Hoover has been appoint ed a United States senate page on recommendation of Senator Allen of Kansas COWS ARE SHOT NEAR CLARION Herd of Dairy Cows to Barn Peppered With Gun Shot CLARION Sept the sec ond time in a year nine of the cows wo iiu ju WUPK at me lowest in the dairy herd of Charles Peddle price ever bid in Iowa 5183 a yard I farmer near Dows were shot some HTI n Would Change Highway MAQUOKETA Sept 6 INS A move to have county road E made a primary highway by the state highway commission is on in Jackson county Thepromoters of he project are circulating a petition 6 be presented to the commission n the near futureThe road which s being built as a county project connects Maquoketa and Maquoketa caves state park FOR ONLY I fOUKS LOOK FORWARD TO SATURDAY IT IS A DAY OF SPECIALS AT OXJR STORE Here a few of tto rataw we are offering tomorrow Many more on dfapby Dont thia nnaraal op pettonfty Come in and CHARGE ytwr purchase on OCR MOOT LIBERAL TEKMR time during Wednesday afternoon Mr Peddle lives on the Sime farm and his pasture land is back of the farm buildings and borders on a small stream The shooting was not discovered until the cows came to the barn at night and the hired man had started to milk He found that one cow had several shots In one leg and was badly crippled Two cows were shot in an udder while one cow had a teat partially torn awav and the milk was runing out thru a shot hole Six other cows wers more or less peppered with shot Dr A Olson ofDows is treating the cows and is as yet unable to say what the outcome be The nine cows that were shot Wednesday were a part of a herd of Guernseys Shorthorns and Brown Swiss Last fall Mr Jeddle hada horse killed by a bullet In the same pasture and several cows were shot in the same manner as this year BUZTONFlM DESTROYS BARN Livestock and Grain Are Destroyed Loss Is SWEA CITY Sept of undetermined origin recently de I stroycd the barn and hen house and damaged other buildings on thi Frank Nowicki farm about three miles southwest of the village of East Chain Minn causing a loss estimated by insurance adjusters at between and 5200 Six horses one cow and several hogs were burned when the swept the buildings About 50 bush els of oats the hay which was stored m the barn and harnesses also were destroyed Mr Nowicki and family were in Fairmount when the fire started re turning to find the barn and hen house destroyed While the origin uf the fire is undetermined neighbors reported that they heard an explos ion about 9 oclock Looking in tlie direction of the farm a short time from Volstnd lias left via auto for New york where he attend school the comns year Littfe Ac YOURg TODAY pronsr lor ladies with Hunond on mnt diamond in cen ter Mounting kt whHc eold A watch erected in honor ofCharles A UwBwrgk It U the fe rnowl Btftora nuke with guaranteed 15jewel movement tnd bttntl lolly engraved case New Hnk chain bracelet Bnlora Watch wWh 15 jewd movement In beau fafoliy engraved rate Bteek tiOc groetrnht rib bon Livergood Bros 110 N Federal Ave At the Convenient Location TEACHES SIX YEAHS HOCK Addle Vay Duff fitter spendingthe summer vaca tion with liar parents Jiore has TTH turned to HammondII for her sixth years work In the public schools at that place ATTENDED TO FARM Miles Chesebvo of Shellrbck visited Wednesday with Mr and Mrs A CUeaebro and looked after his farm Interests ARE IN FARIBAULT and Mrs Charles Christians are visiting relatives In Faribault this week GO TO PITTSBURG LYLE andMrs Lloyd Dahl and children and Miss Genevleve and Evangellne Dahl have left for Pittsburgh Pa for a visit with lira Hauls sister HAD VACATION IN 05AGK ROCK and Mrs C A Carter and daughter Jean have re turned from Osage where they hav spent most of their summer vacation VISITED AT PLYMOUTH Mrs Harolt A Cooper and little daughter Janice of Minneapolis who have been spend Inga two weeks vacation with Mr and Mrs Coopers parents Mr ant Mrs J c Cooper ana slater Aura have returned home IS VISITING GRAFTON K G Paulus has arrived from Seattle Wash for a vlst with her husbands parents Mr and Mjs C W Paulus She will visit rela tlves In Des Moines Iowa City and Davenport before returning to her home WERE IN CEDAR FAIiLS ROCK and Mrs E L White have arrived home from a three days visit with their son and wife Mr and Mrs Everett White at Cedar Falls VISITS WITH SON Sarah Flannlsan iasp returned homo afterspending a few days at Oelweln visiting her son and family ENTERTAIN VISITORS and Mrs it M Sproul of Buffalo N Dak and Mrs W S Kingof El Paso Texas are the quests of the M H Sproul and C V Lockwoofl families RETURN TO SOUTH DAKOTA Edith Fish and daugh r Fern who have been visiting at e O W Robesbn T J Robeson and Conrad Moeller homes have returned to their home at Platte S Dak ATTENDED STATE FAIR ROCK Schlobohm has returned from Minneapolis where he spentseveral days at the Minnesota state fiilr GRANTED DIVORCE i Foughty a for1 mer Hampton resident but now living at Montlcello was granted a divorce from vMay Fouglity on grounds of de sertion in tiie district court here Wed nesday 1 TO OPEN PRODUCE STATION OpLtiFlELD1Armour and com pany bos opened a produce station here In theCpnger building They will handle poultry nnd eggs Mr Daniel son of Cowrie will act as manager COMES FROM NEW YORK Sherman ig spending a two weeks vacation with his parentsMr and Mis T C Sher man He Is with the American Tele phone and Telegraph company in New York City ACCEPTS NEW POSITION B Huffman has re signed as bookkeeper In the Ionia Sav ings bank to accept a position as book keeper In a bank In Longford Kans He has worked in the Ionia Savings jank hero for over two years and has always lived In this vicinity MOVES TO SHEFFIELD Ewing of 3Iamp on has moved his family and house hold goods here He hoa accepted n position with the Iowa Public Service ompany ARE ON VISIT Mr and Mrs H L Ke nitr and two children Sidney and Betty left Thursday for n tew days visit with relatives at Oslialoosa IS ON BUSINESS TRIP Vim Nest has left for the eastern part of the state on business for the Sheffield Brick and Tile company MOVE TO CLEAR LAKE nnd Mrs Dale Florence and two children have moved lliolr household goods to Clear Lake The changein residence makes It more convenient for Mr Florence as he Is salesman for a dredge machine com pany TO PAY FOR UNIFORMS Peters musical director in the public schools ran an eating establishment at the Big Four fair grounds during the fair and cleared This amount will go to liquidating the debt contracted In buying Instruments and uniforms hlgl SH5PSTEAD ILL T r man and Mrs L J Dickinson will arrlva homa Sat other parts of the west FOR FISHING Prcis Photo The prolonged Illness of Sen ator Henrik Ships tea d ol Mln iiespta has caused much anxiety among his friends He was Ab sent from iriost ofthe special sessions of congress because of his physical condition and his recovery is not complete as yet NORTHWEST BANCORPORATION Stock and Rights The First National Company MASON CITY IOWA PAVEMENTWILL NOT BE POURED Fraction Over Mile in Janes ville Held Up by Court Plea WAVERLY Sept the ew breaks inthe continuous stretch f paving between Mason City and Chicago or Mason City and New York the 16 Janesville n No 218 will not be paved this ear and perhaps will not be com pleted until latenext summer A hearing towns plea for a temporary Injunction against the changing of the route on the groundthat part of the proposed re routing is desiredas site for a sew age disposal plantwill be ldln the September term of district court Sept 10 As soon as the Injunction was asked for all work on the 400foot bridge over tha Cedar river was stopped First plans had been to complete it entirely this fall so that paving could be let early in th spring Grading crews finished thi grade on both ends of the bridgi and built part of a big curve befon ceasing work The dispute began when Janesvllle objected to remova of No 2ig from Main street to route in the south and west part b the town Eagle Grove Man Is Buried Was Native of Fister Norway EAGLE GROVE Sept neral services fbor Ole X Byro 71 were held on Monday at the resi dence of his daughter Mrs A G Oppedahl and at the East Sid Lutheran church the Rev TV J Severtson officiating Burial was made in Rose Hill cemetery He W4xs born at Fister Stavanger Norway and located In Creston on coming to America In 1894 he was married In Malt 111 to Miss Marj Johnson lived for a time near Minooka and later near Lee HI Ha came to Wright county in 1910 Besides his widow he is survived by two sons Orin and Ervin of Eagle Grove four daughters Mrs Stella Oppedahl of Goldfield Mrs Berenice Larson of Wesley Iowa Mrs Mildred Gates of Minneapolis and Thelma of Chicagoalso by five grandchildren and one brother Edward Byro of Malta HI Eagle Grove Resident Dies inHome Burial 7 Is Made in Rose Hill EAGLE GROVE Sept neral services were heldIn Side Lutheranchurch incharge of the Rev T J Severtson for John Vike 82 who died on Thursday afternoon Mr Vike was born in Sveens Pas torate Norway and was married at a3 Norwayin 8 He came p America with his famljMn 1883 and located at Jewell In moved to Woolstock where they livedfor 15 years then fo three years to Eagle Grove in 1903 Besides his widow he is survived By one son John Jr five dausrhtera Mrs Sophie Eaton of Brittf Mis Anna Solbergof Bobne Mrs Martha Cox of Duiuth Minn Mrs Jennie Larson and Mrs Lena Mid dleton of Eagle Grove He is also survived by 16 grandchildren great grandchildren and three sis ters living in Norway Burial was made in Rose Hill cemetery This is a united country butif there is ever a rebellion it will be on the part of the pedestrians And we motorists could soon subdue them T MILLER SCHOOLS OPEN School opened here Wed nesday with Miss Norleda Gruben teaeher inthe lower and illss OlgaEoddum of Crystal Lake teach ing the Cupper grades BEGIN REHEARSALS begun M iB Hour which bo given Sept 16 ana17 play 13 EpxnBbred by Sheffields Legion and auxiliary ENTERS CUNION HOSPITAL Ms Helen VVellik has begun work aaa teaeher In Mercy hospital Clinton Miss Wellik ia a fe cent eraduate nurseof Mercy hospital Mason City She la aformer gradu ata ot the Garner high school and is tha oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Wellik Mr Welllkfscashler of the Farmers Nationalbahk here TO HAVE STXLE SHOW Emmetsburff mer chants wlU hola tHeannualfan open Ingand style show at the Iowa theater on Mondayevening Windows aha stores are being especially decorated and the windows will be officially un veiled at 7 p m Music will be fur nished at the show by an llplece or chestra SURPRISES FBEBNDS Itr and Mrs Leo Ab bey have arrived In Decorah on a Visit Mrs WOliam Abbey Mr and Mrs Abbey were married in Chicago on April 6 1929 but this wag the first intimation friends here had of his marriage START RESURFACING SWEA Van bf Hull have set up their road graveling equipment at the Delbert Hunt farm this week and have started resurfac ing tha eight miles of county road K between here state line this week Four hundred yards to the mile ore being used HAS TAKEN TREATMENT ITCHBLtrrMra R Dockerty has returned frprn Oskaloosa where she has been1 for sbme tlmo taking reatmerit9 at a Hospital ENTERS SCHOOL FOR DEAF Mr anoLMrsi William Ventz lave taken their Anna to Council Bluffsto enter the hospital or Iowa school for the deif atCounell Bluffs TAKES IJP BUSINESS COURSE Waytie Sillhouse son of Mr and Mrs has sons to Chicago toentera trade school there Miss Audrey his sister entered lamiltons university of commerce at Mason City to take abustness course HADNO PHYSICIAN Dr M Hi Mason of Cam rldge Jias movea Plaln leia where he will open up an of nee has been without a phynl ian there for nearly a year HAS INJURED HAND W S Heurmonn man ager of the Sweet shop received a bad y injured finger while oiling a veii tllatlnff fan The finger was struck on theend and driven back into the hand VISITS IN GOLDFIELD Miss Merran Henry has arrived here from Pittsburgh Pa and will spend a few weeks hero with her mother Mrs Nora Henry IS BURIED IN MITCHELL andMrs James Robertson of Fergus Falls Minn are here on themission of attendingtho funernl of their daughter Irma who died in California and was brot here for burial The Robertsons lived on a farm east of Mitchell some years ago SELLS GREENHOUSK J Brenner hos dis posed of his large greenhouse In Clnr lon to Mrs D B GlIllKanand It Is now belnff torn down and removed to the Gtlllgan property In north Clar ion A new heating plant wl 15 b3 In stalled anfl flowers at once for this winters use The Bren ner family plans to move to Oklahoma City in the near future WERE IN LATISIER Mr and Mrs Carl Thompson of San Francisco Mr nnd Mrs JohnThompson of Dows and Mr and Mrs Alvln Larson of Geneva were guests the fore part of the week In the Mr and Mrs Freddla Madsen home HAVE BABT SON NORA rMr and Mrs Paul H McAdams arei the parents of a son Charles Bertram born Monday Mr McAdams la the manairer of the telephone exchange here WERE IN DAKOTA ALEXANDER Mr and Mrs Lloyd Green and daughter Emmagene have returned home after spendinga week with relativss and friends at Cavour Huron Sioux Falls and Chamberlain S Dak STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY Special arrangements for Saturday pre sent attractive shopping opportunities for particular and thrifty patrons EXTREME LINGERIE VALUES Rayon Gowns This is the well known FieltJray n line beautifully made and in a 1 ill nice assortment Priced Rayon Bloomers Fleldray quality ia a splendid showing of smartstyles a wonderful value 69 Rayon Slips Fieldray quality in white A only AUsizes A slip we 1 sold regularly at Rayon Bloomers Bloomers French Pants Stepins in range of models Very special at Our SllOC Platform is Contract Is Awarded in Emmetsburg Bonds Are Sold at Premium EMMETSBURG Sept Emmetsburg board of education sold Inschoolbonds Wed nesday to George il Bechtel and company of Davenport The bonds will draw5 per but were sold at a premium of making the net interest rate ap proximately 4 per cent to be paid by the district Bondswere sold for the purpose of building ahew high school building and the contract for this construction was let last weei To Have New Float CLARION Sept rendering works will soon be in operation in Clarion The be located on the James Whlttyfarm south west Clarion and will be known as the Clarion Rendering works It will be operated by J H Reed of Grundy Center An assistant will also be employed and W H Bryant will be in charge of the trucking A deep well Is now being sunk at the lant site and the building will soou e under construction Equipment or the rendering plant has already leea orderedi J icityl t New Pradp Brown Nautical Blue Dull Black Kid Satins Reptiles Patents Combinations arenot afraid of simplicity Because our newshoes are 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