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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR jpirurn and Bugle Corps r to Sell Tickets for Pictures at Palace ClausenWordenipdst drurn and buglecorps is to receive a J0 per cent commission on tickets for tile picture The River of Ro rnknce which is to come to the Palace theater Wednesday Thurs day and Friday The ticket selling campaign will ticscarried on to raise needed to finance the trip of the organization tothe national convention of the Le gion at Louisville Ky this falli NeJs Maim president of the corps pointed but that the commission would only be granted on tickets soW by the corps members Other endurance records dont ira pYess the man whose neighbor has 4 pup that gets lonesome at night Midwest Review MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Hugh Davey Son HP GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Phone 874 152nd St S W Rheumatism j Also called sciatica neu iritis and neuralgia It most commonly in males A History of rheumatism is pre rfnt in most cases More com monly however the condition ii due to chronic arthritis of Efeinal column And inmost ses itis secondary to lum Clear Lake Kathryn McGoivon Editor Office Phone No 2Sft Lee DeWiggtni Manager Residence Phone No ft LAKE FARM BOY HURT BY HORSE Wendail Thomas Submits to Emergency Operation for Ruptured Spleen sept galf received a ruptured spleen when a horse pushed hini against a manger Friday even jnjr nd who submitted to an emer gency hospital at a Mason City uos pital ftfew hours later was re ported this morning as resting easy according to his parents Mr awl Mrs Charles Thomas who reside south of Clear Lake Young Thomas was injured while Unhitching a team of horses in the ie was releasing a part of the harness the horse became ex cfyed and pushed him against the liiariger pinning him there for sev eral minutes boy was knocked unconscious the blow and he was rushed by hisTparents to the office of a doc tor on Clear Lake The doctpr brot hirn immediate to a Mason City hos pi tal He was put upon the operat ing table autj the spleen removed blood transfusions provided At tehairig physicians say his condition is not serious altho he is suffering from a heayy loss of blood I The pain is the most con stant and troublesome It tfemls into back of thigh calf of leg and in some cases into the toes The sciatic nerve be comes dormant the affected limb is c61d and in some cases much wasting of the muscles It disables its victim to earn I his daily bread besides taking fhe joyout ofhis life Half of all forms of rheu matism that apply for treat ment in my office have sciatic rheumatism The sciatic nerve in these cases is as a swollen reddened and in a condition of interstitial neu ritis The affection may be most intense at the sciatic notch or in the nerve about the middle of the thigh It is believed by the authorities that sciatica is local condition but my experience teaches me that it is constitutional affection with the local manifestations I get per fect results from treating sciatica as a constitutional disease Hardly ever do I fall from giving immedi ate relief in these cases A Oshana M DSpecialist in Rheumatism acute subacute chronic muscular lumbago sciatic neuritis and arthritis deformance Rheumatism of heart stomach and intestines Office 409 First National Bank Building Office hours 8 A M to 4 P M Daily Lake Couple Hears of Sons Wedding atStillwaterOkla CLEARLAKE Sept G Cirr son of Mr and Mrs W H tprr andMiss Ethel MayWarren tjaughter of V S Warren Mason married Sept 1 at Still TOter Okla according to word re ceived by Mr Orrs parents today The ceremony was read before a ew intimate friends at the home of he bridegrooms brother Dr R W 3rr by the Rev Dr H Davies of he Congregational church The bride wore an ensemble ashioned of brown transparent vel et with a blouse of eggshell crepe atin and a wrist bouquet of polyan hus roses and Jypsophila A wed Srig dinner was served immediate y following the ceremony from an labprately decorated table A cen terpiece of pmk and lavendar flow ers and candles of pastel shades were used Mr Orr who has been engaged as the Oklahoma Utlitfes ompany for three years resides at Jrfstow Okla He was rom the Mason City high school vith the class of 1918 attended the pwaState college at Ames and ateir the University of Minnesota where he received his degree Dur rig his collpge work hewas affili ated with the Kappa Sigma fratern Mrs Orr was graduated from the ilaspn City high school in 1822 and las followed a business course For wo years she has been employed as stenographer for an oil company at Bristowy ASSISTANT COACH CLEAR LAKE Sept is Marvin G Martinson a new mem ber of the Clear Lake highschool faculty whose duty it is to assist Coach L H Krough in developing the Lion football squad this season MrMartinson may be seen daily on the athletic field working with tne boys In addition to his coaching duties he tenches American history general science and geography to junior high school students During the past year Mr Mar tinson followed similar teaching du ties im the school at Marshall Minn and was reelected with a raise in salary He also taught mod ern history and physical education Previous to Mr Martinsons posi tion at Marshall he was engaged by the schools at Benson Minn where he coached two district champion basketball teams the West Central conferenca campion football team and the West Central independent basketball team He was graduated from the Olga S Dak high school in 1922 and the same fall entered St Olafs college NorthfielcJ Minn where he re ceived his B A degree iu 1926 His past graduate work was taken at the University of Minnesota PYTHIAN SISTERS TEMPLE TO OPEN First Dinner Lodge of Fall Season Set for Monday Night CLEAR LAKE Sept Sisters will hold their first meeting of the fall season Monday evening when a dinner will be served by Mrs L S Dorchester and her committee to all members at the K P hall The regular temple hour at which time Mrs S C Schumacker dele gate to the Grand Lodge session at Cedar Rapids this summer will re view the meeting will follow A social hour and bridge games have also been planned according to Mrs Leland Callahan most excel lent chief CLEAR LAKE LOCALS The NEW and Startling Majestic RADIO Has no AC Hum He Yes my father has contrib uted very much to the raisingof theworking classes She Ishe a socialist No be makes alarm clocks Clarion Monitor Peoples Gas Electric Co Radio Headquarters We focus your headlights in corvfopnily with legal re quirements and do the work so that the lights stay that MrsvRay Junk Is Honored at Kitchen Shower Given Here CLEAR Sept Robert Rinard and Miss Oreta Min a group young women Friday evehingvat the home of MrsRnards mother Mrs J W Pattie North Third street In hohor of Mrs Ray Junk who before her marriage recently Miss Maide Alica Thayer A shower of Uitrmeu utensils was presented to the bride as well aa a lovely electric toast master Three tables of bridge gaaes were which a two course lunch was served Miss Eu ince Smokatad who is teaching in the high school at Britt and Alias Lois Smith a grade teacher at Ventura were outoftown Increase of 52 Over Last Year Register in Osages Schools OSAGE Sept public ichoola opened this week with an enrollment of 752 students which is 52 more than enrolled last year Teachers are as follows G H Sawyer superintendent F S Whaley director of instrumental music Herman Halvorson manual training M T Voorhis coach M Esther Row principal of high school Grand Junction Ruth Doclc eirty chemistry Mitchell Marie Broghammu normal training De corah Lucilo Dickman commercial Fayette Mildred Moore home eco nomics in high school Grand Helen Hadish French and Latin Waterloo Dorothy Anderson de bate and English Iowa City Anno Krapek history and civics Mary Stevenson public speaking and Eng lish Waterloo Margaret Kelly physics and mathematics Niells ville Wis and Alice Maxwell music Mount Ayr Mildred Mason principal of the grades Matilda Poeverlin Beatrice Nebr teaches penmanship and Mai vie Hanson home economlcs In the grades Other grade teachers Mrs Jennie MurphyMAlice Fullerton May Byrnes Kittie Kathan Eliza beth Jacobs Margaret Casey T Margaret Powers Edna Mauser Bessie Clark and Edith Gregory all of O sage Marion Mangold of Ryan Ethel Row Grand Junction Maude Decker Rinard Maurine Mayer of Ossian Special chicken dinner Sunday Watkins Cafe Park Theater tonight Father and Son Douglas Fairbanks In The Iron Mask Sun and Mon Mrs Young Freeman who has been visiting her mother Mrs R S Young North Second street this week returned to her home in Chicago Friday evening Uptown tonight lOc and 25c MissMadelyn Esslinger anil mother Mrs R S Esslinger spent Friday evening with friends ac Sheffield Sir and Mrs Andrew Jorgenson Spirit Lake are spending the week end with Mr Jorgensons parents Sir and Mrs Peter Jorgenson Cen ter street John McGuinncs North Fifth street is reported seriously ill at his home Mr and Mrs W Shaffer DCS Moines are pendingtwo weeks in Edgewater lodge north shore Sidney Levy following a several weeks vacation spent at Clear Lake has returned to his home in Chicago Mrs S A Buffjngton left Friday evening for Portland Maine where she will attend a national G A R convention Mrs Stella Wcthcrell who has been a at the WF Muse tage West Second street has de parted for Fulton Mo Mrs Wether ell is a member of the Missouri state college faculty v Mrs Faith Culver Monohan will sinjr a solo TheHoly City at the Methodist church in Clear Lake Sunday morningat 11 oclock Railroad Engineer Assumes Blame for Collision of Trains NEENAH Wis Sept 7 Chicago and Northwestern railroad passenger trains collided headon here this morning slightly injuring three persons Engineer W H Haight assumed responsibility explaining that he had mistaken an extra northbound express train on a siding for the northbound passenger he was sched uled to meet Neither train was moving fast when they collided and only the north bound engine was knocked from the rails AT WATER KENT DEALERS ATTEND FAIR AND DINNER 250 Persons Guests of L P Courshon Company at Hotel Hanford Two hundred and fifty Atwatur Kent dealers factory represerita were guests in Mi son City Friday of the L P Cour shon company In the afternoon they were treatedto a visit to tbe auto races at the North Iowa fair and in the evening there was a large banquet in the Hanford wedgcT wood room followed byanevent eg of vaudeville entertainment ano dancing The feature of the entertainment was an appearance of the Winter Garden revue which had ended its contract at the North Iowa fair The girls wentthru their dances and marches on thevbaU room fioor aod Miss Violet Eaton thriller her hearers with her fulltoned soprano voice Powers Orchestra Plays Musicduring the banquet was pvo vided by Joe Powers salon stringed orchestra and for the dance thistrio was augmented to 7pieces Special praise of the orchestras part in the successof the evening was heard on all hands At the conclusion of the meal the Rusty Hinge quartet was heardin a half hour of singing and instrumental music Were not going to push any sales talks down your throat said Mr Courshon who served as toast master And such was the case Aside from announcing an assort ment of prizes to be awarded and stating that the Mason City terri tory had retained its premier posi tion an Atwater Kent sales the past year there was nothing of business about the meeting Representatives of the radio com pany including A C Brown of Phil adelphia A H Case territory con tract man G J Timmerman of Du buque president of the Courshon company and L J Hills of Dea Moines representing the Midwest Commercial Credit company were presented to the visitors along with members of the local company and their wives Many Dealers Attended Dealers represented at the ban quet included the following Miner and Curtis Greene R L Dfxon Plymouth Harvey Vick Alta Vista FrederlcksbursHardware com pany Fredericksburs John Pitz Ionia Blankenhelm and Stone Law ler Auto Service company Nashua Smitli Tiro and Electric New Hamp ton Lindeman brothers diaries City Hawkeye Charles City Knowltonbrothers Floyd John Jesmore Marble Rock Frea Ueker Nora SpringsPaul Unger and son TCbcIctovd E AHansen harjjjvare Ruld L S Wetter Rock Falls Mar riott and Ott Mclnttre Hetfter ami Canoil New Haven A 33 Wetter Or chard Davidson Blectric company Osage W T Lauman Ricnvillc Bern stein hardware St Ansgar E P Hat ten Stacyville Brown Radio shop Forest Tweed brothers Lake Mills Lawrence Thompson Lelanrt N O Ouveraon Fertile Alfred Walk Grafton Henry Doebel Hanlontown VISIT SON nnd Mrs F TV Irinclc are attending the state fair at Minneapolis and will visit their son George and family at Barnuni Minn before returning borne Karl Prlnglo ia looking after the Prlnglc store during their absence TO GROW ONIONS CRYSTAL Austin has finished the tiling on bis 20 acre place south of town The ground whlcU was used for a pasture will now lie worked up and put Into onions and potatoes another yeav GREEN LANTERN LUNCHEONETTE CLEAR LAKE IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7th Lunches Fountain Cigars Tobacco nnd Cigarettes Candles Magazines and News CARYL CHURCH Prop Visit Russells Brake Service Iowas finest ex clusive brake axle and wheel alignment service We specialize on Bendix 4 wheel mechanical brakes WHEEL AND AXLE ALIGNMENT BY JUM BO WHEEL0METER We add miles to tires and stop shimmies We have just installed the very latest type Drum Lathe for reconditioning out of round brake drums This work can be done quickly without removing the tire or rim from wheel Come in and see this new machine Phone 373 202ndStSW DR Q R SMITH Chiropractor 30S East Stale Phono 415 DANCE WHITE PIER CLEAR LAKE IOWA Saturday Sept 7th Thursday Septl 12th TOM GATES ST PAUL ATHW3TIC CLUB ORCHESTRA JI O Evans Joicej Joreprisoh Service 1 station Kensett L O Knufson Mau ly and Mellem Battery station Nortlv W Junkuhz Allison Meyer1 bro thers Apllneton Jlohlatadt apd Rich ards Aredale Schaap andVoss Aus tlnvilleHenry Folkerts Bristow Al fred Scharpff ClarksvllleCarl Boeok meler Dumont H N Rolnts Kesley Kemmcrer and McDowell Parkers burs AVliitaker Kuritlture company Shell Rook T C RyanDougherty H F Rcjr ware Rockwell OscarMizner Swale dale Meyers Drug company Thorn ton H A Peters Alexander C nnd G Motor Coulter F W Dentcl Paulknei H C OlcsonLatlmer C M Lambert Geneva Hanson Hard company Bode A B Wlttman Himiboldt S K Anderson Livermdre B W Anliker Hardy R s Gatton Ottoaen A R Martin Remvick S T Hesgen Thor C H Llchty and son Luverne Belmond Storage Battery company Belmond Jesse Smith ant son Clarion Peterson Electric com pany Bows Eaglo Grove Storage Bat tery Eagle Grove Steenblock hdinl ware Gait Blewett hardware Golfl fleld Stroup Radio shop HolmesR II Keith Rowan Grady Drug com pany Woolstock and John Leslie Burdette Albert ChristenEon Clear Lake Trlplett hardware Venturp M J God frey Chapin L H Davis company Hampton Fox brothers Hampton James Hannah Hansel Wood Auto company Sheffield Vincent hard ware Britt Martins Radio shop Cor wlth Drake brothers Crystal Lake Prouty Electric companj Garner L Wesenberg Goodell Judd hard ware Kanawha Garner Auto com pany Klemme J H Junker Woflen L S JI inkier AUrona J Hatton Bancroft C B Chipman Burt Walter W Roseneaii Lakota Boudrje and Carpenter Ledyard Roderick Auto company Lone RocH AB Tweeten Swen City August Kirschbaum Sex ton Falk Motor company Titonka L W Swanson Whittemore John arid Jerry hardware Buffalo Center Quame Hardware company RakeA B Larson and sonThompson C 1C Nelson Seatvine Mason City Hard ware company Mason City and Mler Wolf and sons Mason City MOVES TO CHICAGO R B Spearing local veterinarian has accepted agovern ment position which takoshini to Chi cago He has already gone there to his new work Mrs Spearing and chil dren will remain In Manly until about Oct 1 when they also will move to Chicago WERE IN SIOUX CITY Rev Charles H Se warfl and daughter Dorothy have re turned from Sioux City and1 Le Mars where they had been ANEW suit for that smart banquet Nonsense sir 3 s t bringin your present suit to our plant and in 24 hours well trans form it to your Queens taste DRY GLEANERS Phone 50 Announcement Dr Clifford L Groff Dr HeleneK Groff We wish to announce the open ing of our offices in new and en larged quarters at 481 M B A Bldg and our association with the newly organized Mason City Os teopathic Clinic which is composed of Dr Clifford I Groff Dr HeleneK Groff DrWCChappell Dr Harold H Jennings RESENT BEAUTY QUEENS CROWN Losers in Pageant Claim Pro fessional Entered Contest BALTIMORE Sept 7 sention entered into the crowning of MissAmerica of 1929 at Baltimores national beauty pageant last night Thedeclsion of the judges in award ing the titleto Miss Lillian Andruy 21 year old bruhet representing Buckeye Lake Ohio was followed by a storm of protests from the sponsors of several other of thecon testants Thesponsors charged that the was a professional beauty and entered in the contest at the lastminute from an amusement park in which the backers of the contest were Interested They claimed that no Miss America had been chosen and announced that they wouldhold a contest of their own in the ballroom of a Baltimore hotel today The sponsors were supported in their claim by Earl Carroll New York theatrical producer who with drew from the list of judges at the last minute Carrol was quoted as saying Nq Miss America was wasnt a representative showing What the judges did was pick the prettiest girlamong contestants Twentytwo of the 47 girls eni tered in the contest were aaldto have expressed their willingness to enter the new contest The pageant last night waa con ducted by local interests in v ah amusement park and was designed to take the place of the discontinued Atlantic City beauty pageant Girla from all sections of the country entered Miss Kdith Devau 20 in the role of Miss Ohio was1 the runnerup and was 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