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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIXTEEN iGLOBEcGAZTSTTE BANKS JOIN IN OFFICERS WIDE BANDIT SEARCH Robbers Who Took More Than Still at Large By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Althbtwo bandit gangs which a week ago Friday robbed banks at Estherville and Brooklyn are still at large state and coiinty officersaha bank association vigilantes are maintaining a quiet hut persistent search for them Th e five unnj asked men who 52000 in cash from the Eruiilc stlts bahk at Estoerville and 53350 in bonds from B F Whelan a customer whizzexi out of town in an automobile bearingan Alabama license Reports were thatthey were far east as Armstrongarid asfar west as AJgonabut the search also has extended Into Min nesota after reports that the gang had been seen south of Sherburn the Powesiiek County Savings at Brooklyn bandits got nearly irt A 1 J j III A T TT ii 7 TTffl TE STILL SEARCH FOR RANDTTS HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North lowa and Minn1 an hour later than the Estherville robberyFirst reports that the men had headed west to Des Mines 1 bandits ans Sheriff R F Gregson of Monte OUUUIYJ Xiao nished every telephone operator ia the county with a list of vie ilance committee member his homo Address and telephone number In event of a robbery the operator i that town is mstructedto call even operator in the county wh turn will notify vigilantes in tha Sheriff Gregson is chair man of the county mittee fiRAND SUCCESS Enough Money Cleared to Build New Amphitheater Next Year WMH1 JULO WUa JU1 merly Miss Eleanor Morrow of Marble Rock RETURNS TO CHICAGO Severna Mate on of Chicago who lias been visiting at the home of the Rev J J Sknrp ness for past seven weelts re irned to Chicago Friday KILLED IN ACCIDENT MARBLE haa been The The motorcycle races were swift and exciting The two mile wnw t Powell also won the three and five mile races auto polo the YeUow Jackets Red Bird3 T from VISITS WITH DAUGHTER Aldrlch Is visit ing at tha home of his daughter m Lena 111 He also visited with his nephew Nathan Aldrich in St Louis IS VISITING BELATIVES NORA and Mrs John Albertsbn jf Davenport ia visit Ing at the homo of IN Christensen and other relatives FROM ILLINOIS Vivian Hoore of La Salle II isvisiting in the homeof her cousins Mr and Mrs Tim Weld ARE NOW IN DAKOTA and Mrs J D Prit chett arevisiting atVColoiado Springs S Dak where they joined their I daughter Mrs Floyd Pollard HAVE SOLD HOTEL and Mrs Henry Wearda and family have moved to Hampton the past week They were formerly theproprietors of the local hotel which is being run under the ownership of Tom Ross HOLD REUNION CHARLES attending Patrick family reunion at the James C Patrick home in Charles City were Mrs Mollie GInter Mrs Minnie Saird and daughter Margaret ot Stewartville Minn Mrs J B Meg len of Butte Afont Mr and Mrs V r Patrick and son David of Mason City Phyllis Patrick and Ivan Loper of Wichita Kans Leilah Patrick of bwa City Mrs A Cloon of Charles 2ity and Mr and Mrs Donald Bray of Des Moines ALL ATTENDED FAIR the Rudfl residents who attended the Minnesota state fair at Minneapolis the later part of the week were John Griner Paul Griner Joe Griner Lylo Robeson and Mr and Mrs Russell Koehler DIES NEAR MITCHELL F Clark a farmer living east of town died Sept 5 at his home He was about 60 years old The body will be taken to his old home m Illinpisfor burial GO TO ARIZONA MARBLE and Mrs Charles Brigga and children have gone to i Arizona for the benefit of Mr Brlggs health Mrs Briggs was for for Haircut Ray y sale the money to be used for In Paris and hankering for a good old American haircut William F Kenny New York contractor and friend of former Governor AI Smith ordered his New York barber to London by transAtlantic telephone Expenses of Louis Arito tlie barber on round trip to give Kenny his trim are estimated at WILL START WEST Lucy Schneider has AN j JiJtiJ rented her furnished residence to Coach and Mrs Walter Weirs and will spend the winter in California Mrs Schneider after spending a few days in the home of her son Carl has gone on to Chicago for a visit with her son Harold and wife before starting west ON 6000 MILE TRIP Mary Anderson after a short visit at the J C JIiS3 Piew is poets and writers GOES TO ALLISON Helen Wescott lias left for Allison whoro she ia teach tliB seventh and grades Mr and Mrs Mart drove down with her STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY Rodericks and ThooIor9 Hutchi arrived home from Nevada eceived here from Mrs Rudolph Rex with her son Elmer as driver and eiJtng of the death oC her only daugrhher granddaughter Mary has rc er Mrs John Kearney in an auto turned from a 0000 mile motor trln ccident noar Kalispell Mont Mrs ex was a former resident here WILL TEACH ww KU a VIA A Jiil JUVfiTl I Matilda Bortz eldest aughter of Mr and Mrs W G Bortz as Tgone to OtraTito whereshe will eachhome economics In the Otranto 7 school thisyear ARE VISITING DAUGHTER and Mrs F b ady are spending a week at Mlnne olis at the home ot their daugh r Mrs C E Lanipman WERE ON BUSINESS TRIP R Engelbretson were gronctwo months They stopped over nights in cabins and made a visit of several weeks at Los Angeles WILL STOP IN KANSAS Mrs B SF Taylor who have been visiting their sons A C and Harrison Taylor the f se past month havereturned to their home at Whittier Cal They will stop vacation at home here Helen Nelson has left for Ot riti ere Sh wjn teaoh her third Others leaving for positions else where ar oiga Boddum to HayfYeld and Juanlta Earp to Dows FROM COE spendfnsr the fJMS turns to Rockford for a second Naomigoes to Ft Madison for her leaching She was graduated from Coe college in June TONSILSREMOVED ICathryri Mullin of Biutt submitted to an operation for tho removal of tonsils at the Mercy hospital Saturday WILL TAKE TRAINING Merrill Raw son entertained at a dinner party and shower Friday evening for Miss Pa tricia Ann Weir who leaves Sunday City where she will enter St Joseph hospital to take a nurses Kuth Elder becomes a beaming Boardwalk Bride soarinir to the E ew bliss as Ms Waiter Camr to CampfofNew City the son of the late football authorlt andthe noted aviatrix are shown spcndinff their honeymoon at Atlantio sop a week nt Independence Kans visit ing another son and family IS ILL IN EAST Atelegram was re e ceived here by Attorney J J Sharpe pig act was Mature The push ball contest aroused crowd a great Pitch and resulted in three cars J JLV UL51MJ uj j viAJl I icy J OllHrPS as returned home after a trip to tellingiot illnessofVan Lear Jlor Dak where he has been Crawford in the General hospital king care ofhis farming interests I nt Charleston W Va The Iroy who TAUGHT FOUR YEARS s 20 years old Is a son of Mrs Wil Thompson who lam who lives atAckley is a student at Cedar Falls and Miss h s loft at once to be with Campbell who will teach in the Mason on u o maiuii j WILL START MEETINGS other hmr raising feature Both cars were literally demolishedThe SKLVSrSH5f BOJmnea an hour the past four years i VISITING MARBLE ROCK 1 MARBLE and Mrs 1 William WinCield arid family of Bo t0 15 auto vvjumm vvinneltt and family of Bo SnV euesta of Dale Win o nuur when they collided1 Marion Cornell frnm irom an airplane held the fairwa3 and moat successful Kossuth county the largest ever held in Wesley president Algona statea that the new grandstand to be built on the grounds is now assured arid that plans willgo fonvard at once erection The fair waa out oi this fair opened and the profits made at this fair can be used as a nucleus with whichto build the new grandstand ana make other improvements Bremer Grand Jury tb Investigate Two Recent Death Wrecks WAVERLY sept Bre countygrand jury when it eonvenea Monday afternoon Sent 8will have aspart df Its work the investigation of two automobile kill Ings near Waverly recently crash in which Leslie Mauev LexmgtonKy wag killed the car in which he was Held ana family FROM LOS ANGELES and Mrs Martin Bergand son Ralph of Los Angeles ar arc visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs H O Void TWO FARMS ARE SOLI MARBLE William farm has been sold to Leon ard Knoop of Scott township for an acre Nick Schmltt hag purchased 80 acres from Adolph Herbrchtmler for an acre OPENS LAW OFFICE Butts ot Goodell has purchased tho law prac tice of IX R Lindsay Mr Butts com pleted the law course at the State uni versity in June and this Is his first location TO STUDX IN ROME MARBLE Marfeld son of Mr and Mrs Matt Merfeld will leave soon for Romo where he will takeup his school work AUXILIARY ELECTS ST regular mcct Jng of thf AniGrican Legion aiixllinry tho following otficera wcro elected for tho coming President Dorothy Humes vice president Vida Hess sec retary Irene Groth treasurer Emma Tcssmon chaplain Farmle Mueller historian Florence Halvorson music VISITED IN MINNESOTA Hannah Reynolds has returned from a visit with her brothel Dan Shook and the Kuehne family at CInrksGrove Minn Mrs Arthur Stewart Herrick 111 and Mrs Jess Bennervot Dallas Texas wlio have also been visiting there ac companied her a visitwith relatives MAKES ROOD RECORD Charles Fris ble will accompany his aon Frank to Cedar Rapids Sunday where he will begin the last year of his course in COB college Frank has made a good record in athletics while at Coe WILL JOIN OTHERS C Frudden and sonMark have lett for DilUith i where they will join Dr and Mrs R M Mayne former residents oC Greene on a vacation trip WINNEBAGO HAS HAD 15 MEN IN IOWA ASSEMBLY John H Anderson Thomp son Served as Speaker of House FOREST CITY Sept Winnebago county did not send a representative to Des Moines for a turn in the legislative halls of the state until the session of 1880 a few and Mrs Dick Smidt and daughter and Mr and Mrs Herman Janssen and sons have left for afew days visit with relatives in Kings III Weiss Is Wanted for Two Jobs in Hancock GARNER Sept Garner school board is in aquandary Wal ter Weiss under whose leadership the local athletic team did such out standing work last year and who had been engaged again for the com ing year as coach and teacher in agriculture haa heen offered by the Farm Bureau the jcb of county agent for Hancock county Mr Weiss haa offered his resignation but as yet it has not heen accepted The school board andFarm Bureau board are uniting in an effort to work outthe problem of her representatives since that ime have been bright lights in poli ces and have achieved considerable ame within the boundaries of Iowa for their political acumen One of Winnebagos notables in sgislative circles of state politics las been John H Anderson Thomp son who served five regular ses sions and one extra session in the louse Part of this time he was speaker In all 15 men from Winnebago county have been elected to either ue house or senate since the state was first organized in 1846 Forest City by no means a large town seems to have political hoU Jed of the county No less than 10 of the 14 men hailed from this small village of tie countys statesmen from Leland two from Lake Mills and one John H Ander son from Thompson Only one man from Winnebago has had the honor chairman Mamie Moe HAVE BABY GFUL nnd Mrs Leo Myers aro tho parents of an eight pound baby girl Mrs Knut Ophelm is the nurse TO VISIT RELATIVES and Mrs Thomas T and Mrs Fred Mann of Austin Minn Mr and Mrs Carl Hlldrethana grandson j Jr spent from Tuesday to Thursday I at Mr and Mrs George HAVE MOVED TO KLEiMME JiLUMAI John Tanner and three chidicu have to Klcmvnc from thenfarm homo and willlive In theFred Miisfelt house IOLTCEMAN TO HAvis UNIFORM SWEA to a reso lution of tile town tpuhcll atits last meetingJNighf Officer Ole Molan will bo attired in a uniform hereafterThe specificationsfpvthe uniform have e y m Miss Julia Vojght of Whittemore hifve loft for Platte s Dak to will be Investigated Supposed nes visit relatives lie I JU1 4111U J1 I J JIOITHIH J an auto driven by Rpbeson and Mr and Mrs Emmot UUiT ligence on the part of Miss Voight will be considered Tho boy died withm half an hour after the The other accident considered will be that In which Mrs r Marv Adams of Shell Rock was killed liJJL i POSTMASTER HAS VACATION A Johnson assisi postmaster is enjoying a vacation with relatives nt Sherbourn Minn Auscaar Christensen Is assisting in the postoffice duringliis absence H i ENTERS SEMINARY south of Waveriyon No 218 AUK W Cullen 1R ti lson of Mr and Mrs John S Cullen has left for the seminary in St Paul where he will enter to study for the priesthood Mr Cullen lias spent the past two years studying medicine at Crelghton college Omaha HAS BEEN IN STAIN and Mrs N L vw when the auto which her hus band was driving struck car almost headon as Mr turned 5ut to pass a truck Marble Rock Jpurnal to Be Discontinued i lice officer ot the city wlil bo In a uni form of tho police FILLS VACAXCy Tlie Rev H H Griim mcris filllnfr the vacancy in the Chris tian day school until Prof Trrtusott jiirives Mr Trausott ond family have been at peshlcr Ncbrfor the summev in the home of 0io formers mother who has been ill SaIsbury have gone to Chicago to T u u kiivjr c aiUUL LI1U pun i Carroll has beeri en dfscontinued the gaged as engineer In construction papers publication It is doubtful Uork fortheUcll Telephone company if the plant will be taken over by SPENT TWO WEEKS another according to Mr Hull The of Oakland plant may be moved to lert for lcr after spending location two weeks visiting with her niece Mrs V Klsner of this plnca JJL Jl L Lours has returned from tho Mercy hospital whero he has lxen for treatment for ulcer on the pyebalIHo Is getting along well but lost the sight oMiIs eye OETS HIGH YIELD CRYSTAL Kluvcr is been digging his early potatoes and shipping out a few carloads The Ield is said to be about 250 busliels an acre h IS ON OIL SHIP and Mrs Berg and son have arrived from a motor trip from Los Angeles Cal They traveled VMl AIM for a visit af gncle and g3 gnce an aunt Mr and Mrs M O J Man fee Mr Bers is a sailor on ah oil shin ovvned by he Standard Oil v George Knnupp who owns AVvlnut farm a mile or more oaal of Hie invinR held a snle of his entire herd of tested Holstcins cnllre Face Value that is Real Value A stock certificate with a face value of 100 may have a market value far below that amountBut a First National Certificate of Deposit is never worth a than the amount stated on its face Certificates are issued anytime for as many dollars as you wish to invest Interest from date of deposit FIRST NATIONAL BANK of MASON CITY Iowa Sank for Savings of representing the district as a sen ator This man was Gilbert S Gil Forest City who served in the capacity from 1896 to1900 A complete list of the men who have carried the countys name into the halls of the state legislature are as follows John E Anderson est City John HAnderson Thomp son Lars W Boe Forest City C N Flugum Leland Gilbert S Gil bertson Forest City H N Hanson Forest City W O Hanson Lelanfl Justin N Hull Lake Mills Thomas A Kingland Lake Mills John W Mahouey Forest City Frank M Russell Forest City David Secor Forest City Eugene Secor Forest City L and James EUickson Forest City the sketchconcerning Hancock countys representatives published recently the name of the late J E Wichman was inadvert antly left out Mr Wichman was a member of the house for two terms beginning in 1917 and then served two sessions and an extra senator He was one of the ing men ia Iowas law the recodification of I Shopping Around Its lots of fun to shop around and see the great varied offerings of the many stores and to see the taste of the buyers as is exemplified by the offer ings and to note the quality trend of the store it self besides being a source of interest there is an important economic reason for shopping around When ones earnings are at stake it is tremendously important that you buy with these earnings the maximum amount of value as well as the necessary elements that artists put in merchandise such as distinctive patterns individual styling etc At this store you will always feel a warm encouragement to Shop Around then where you do the best New Arrivals Today we received from our x buying office a wonderfully smart line of Smocks Home Frocks The smocks are of the new Garden pattern featured is Handkerchiefs Two Big Surprise Ranges Ladies pure kerchiefs with smart French block print that is new and fast value that is compelling 6 for 50c Woven horder school hand kerchiefs in pretty assorted patterns ideal for everyday school use 6 for 30c Rayon Bed Spreads A beautiful brocaded spread of patterned 80 xl05 with bolster attached rose and gold We have put a price on this spread that is sell the large quantity our stores contracted for It is a new lowprice on this qual Who carries the load or if onr Car IF YOUR CAR serves you well its an asset If it keeps you busy and broke serving if its z liability The motor is undoubtedly a good motor Most of them are ifgiven a fair chance to be goodIn other wordspractically all motors given a good fuel will serve their owners welli amnamK motor fuel In fact it is tlie best nonpremium gas oline on the marketPure clean crystal clear and fee it is quick on the startfast on the getaway speedy high powered and chock full of mSeage Try using Parco gasoline for a whileThe difference inyournja tors behavior will surprise you A PRODUCT OF PRODUCERS REFINERS CORPORATION Por Sale by Highway Oil Company Mason City   

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