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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                aspn City News on This Page SATURDAY SEPT 1929 Nor til Iowas Home Newspaper COMING Sept City schools open Sept States district court session here radio show inj Cobbs furniture store building Sept opening ol retail merchants Legion Drum V corps benefit boxing show at armory City News in Watkhis Caie Clear take Special dinner Sunday Shooting gallery for sale Bsjgain J230 So Federal Mr and Mrs Wade Nelson and Json Robert drove to Minneapolis 1 and will return Tuesday Watkins Cafe Clear Lake Special 1 dinner Sunday 1 C E Church and sons ptParkers passed thru Mason City Satur flay enroute north to Minnesota lakes where they will spend a week llJfishingMr is the pioneer Iihotel proprietor of Parkersburg Friedspring dinner Sun day 12 to 2 75c Home Tea Room C216 N Delaware 11 Miss Marion Ask 919 North i Adams avenue who taught in the earLake high school for two jyears left Friday for Iowa City jiwhere she is to teach in thehigh school the coming year For Investment experience any Cities Service investor or C F Kriz 625 M B A Bldg Office open Tjyenings Phone 1181 John Vrba former banker at was in Mason City Satur iday calling on friends after spenrt ting a few months on thewest coast iMr Vrba expects to leave in a short for Los Angeles where he will identified with a brokerage i Spring chicken dinner Sunday JSOc Lester Cafe 50c and 5c Myers Beauty Sal6n wave by expert 56 complete O M Williamson Ph 505 Gondy principal of rS3rantWilson schools haairequestfcd tthat all kindergarten children knd Jail new entries for the twp schooia Monday Sept 9 at jpclock for enrollment at the respec jrtlve buildings i Mrs B I Bright announces the Aopening of her studio Fall term tjopens the week beginning Sept 9 1 instruction in piano theory harr mqny history analysis music ap preciation Ph 1428 215 N Wash i Don Bailsman of Gary Jnd ifofmar GlobeGazette reporter was i a visitor in Mason City Saturday j morning He now holds an executive position on the editorial staff of aiGary daily newspaper Call at 111 E State St Cnnners Supply Co for demonstration of oil burners for rangers heaters and furnaces Cheapest and best For choice of 4 differ i ieit groups of furnished rooms new Jy decorated priced reasonably would accommodate 2 3 or 4 in each Nice for school girls Consists hf large room bed room clothes press pantry kitchenette halls Close in no children 404 N Wash ington Ph 276 FOR QUICK SALE We offer this beautiful bungalow in Forest Park ten days only at 55950 Large rooms convenient improved kitchen oak fin ish plenty closet room Water softener Large lot fruit trees shrubbery flowers See this CALL DALY EPIGRAMS Its a poor artist who isnt able to draw hia own coqclusidna WJDlLYCa PLUMBING f HEATING Cash Loans Up to 3300 Easy RePayment Plan No Red Tape Confidential UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE PM HUMPHREY MGB PHONE 1414 GROUND FLOOR MBA FALL OPENINGRADIO SHOW SEPT 11 G 00 PER m I ft Windows to i Be UiveiIed at Oclock Cftys annual fall opening whichisto be held Sept 11 12 13 Wd 14 will becombined with dioBhow in which tho sets spWMjyi nine iqeal fJrina s wilVbe exhibited it was announced Saturday at the headquarters ofthe Retail Mer chants association Fifty firms will take IThe radio show is to be held Wcd nesday and Thursday Sept 11and 12 in the Furniture store building The doprsvyuT be opened at in evening of ithe two days The portunity to see radios exhibited by ttie Peoples Gas and Electric coni Mtntgomery Ward and com pany Cufrie Van Nesa company com pany Spartan Sales City Hardware companyL P Cburshori company Paul ent and Mier Wolf and Sons furni ture comp any To Show latest Models Represe nt ati ves of each of the s e companies will i be on the floor to show their product will show the newest development iri radio receivers Windows for thefall opening properwill be unveiled at oclock Wednesday evening at which will start play ing in front of the It willthen go southward playing in everyf block to theWillow creek bridge on South Federal avenue Arc In Opening The followingfirms will take part in thefall opening First National bank Nichols and Green Gurrie Van Ness company SterlingGildner F W company Royal KillraerDrug company Stevens companyDamonIgoii com B and W Shoe company Hentges Clothingcompany Thomp sonDean company Brady Drug company New York Fashion shop Livergood brothers Crawfords Mil linery andDress shop Betty Jane Dress shop Vance Music company Hanford CleanerstheGrahamliom pany Michael Drug companyAbel Son Inc Patton Bros company G R Kinney compaiiy Style Shoppe Ray E Prusla company William Lamer SamRaizes Mier Wolf and Sons Furniture company Northwest Savings bank the Mer kel company J C Penney com pany Robinsons Palace Theater Chapman Bros Furniture company Lyons Laundry company Potts Jewelry company Laird Shoe company D K Lund berg company Manning BrotlieiS Kirk Studio Ray Manley Brothers1 company Mason City Hardware company Iowa Tea com pany Mason City GloberGazette Stan A Smith Montgomery Ward Company Peoples Gas and Electric company andSears Roebuck com pany SCOMACT AS FAIR USHERS Put in Totil of 1094 Hours of Seryice in Grand v Among the outstanding acts of community service given by thelti csil Boy Scout council the handling of the crowds in the grandstand at thp North Iowa fair is first it was stated at theBoy Scout headquar ters Thisyear 145 Boy Scouts in charge of Executive J O Under wood Lester Milligan secretaryof Mason City Chamber of Cpmmaice and William Bartmess junior as sistant scoutmaster of troop 3 put ina total of 1094 hours rdhririg the five afternoons and i evenings ushering Since the fair is not roperateil for financial profit to any individual time given by the Boy Scouts is credited toward their civic service barawarded for 75 hours of com rounity service Four scoutswho were on the job during the entire week serving as head ushers Ken Leonard troop 4 Edgar Gage troop 8 Phil lip Ong troop 6 Ellsworth Hynds troop 4 William Bartmosa was in direct charge of the scouts Charles R Crumb scoutmaster troop 7 assisted the ushers several days and evenings Practically every Mason City troop had ono or more scouts ushering and three troops outside of Mason City repre senting Clear Lake Klemme and Britt assisted According to those in charge the actual test came Friday afternoon when more than 7000 filled the grandstandand both sides of the race track The spouts in charge handled the crowd very easily and very few mixups occurred Sales Supervisors of United Light Finn Hold Conference Here Thesales supervisors of tie United Light and Power company closed two daysales conference at the auditorium of the Peoples Gas andElectric company here Fri day The sessions were in charge ofC Al Nash Davenport generalsales manager Sales were in attend ance from all parta ofthe vmiddle westandspent the two days In dis cussion of sales problems A ban quet was held at the Hotel Hanford Friday eveningThursday evening the members attended adinner at the Rltz hotel at Clear Lake MIBOYSSELL PRIZE CALVES Grand Champion Shorthorn 18 Cents a Pound The Cerro Gordo county 4Hcalf club members sold 15 head of prize calvesat the North Iowa fair tor the Albert Lea Packing company at prices that ranged up to 18 cents a pound The grand champion Shorthorn calf of John Freese Nora Springs sold for 18 cents a pound The first prize Hereford of Holland Rawson and the second prize Shorthorn of Frank Short were sold for 17 cents a pound The others sold for from 13 to 15 cents a pound Some went with the condition that If they dressed out n better proportion than anticipated a better price would be forthcoming Each boy will receive a record ol how his calf dressed Arrangements were made where by the packing company will supply beef from the prize winning calf for a banquet of the local 4H boys to be held some time in October PGESYERDIGT Reckless Driving Drinking Cases Appears Before Police Court Al Linder who was arrested at oclock Friday afternoon on a charge of reckless drivingand in toxication will be given his verdict In justice court Saturday afternoon by M C Coughlon acting police judge Linder was picked up follow ing the report at police station that a car driven by Linder had struck another operated by Ray Spiller at First street northwest near the hotel Both cars MR Burnett East State street arrested at 10 oclock Friday night at 219 South Federal avenue CB a ctiarge of reckless driving wais unable to post a bond in police court Saturday morning and left Ills car as security Burnett who vMa drivihgina careless manner on thestreet almost struck an officer vho wag directing the traffic rush from the fairgrounds His case was given a continuance to 5 oclock Saturday afternoon Frank Doyle 103 South Fed eral avenue will rest five days in jail was the judges decision in court Saturday morning Doyle ar rested at Second street and Federal oclock Satur day morning was taken on a charge ol intoxication Joe Gorman Mason City will spend a fiveday sentence in jail on an intoxication charge Gorman was arrested at Second street andFed eral avenue south at oclock Saturday morning Who Fell From Perch in Tree Is Not Badly Hurt Fears that Wallace Yoho 7 Man ly who fell from a treeat the fair grounds 7ate Friday afternoon had recleved internal injpries were dis pelled by phyicians at the Park hos piatl Saturday morning examiation showed that the boy had suffered a severely strained back in the fali The accident occurred at the North Iowa fair where young Yoho was watching the automobile races Re ports said Saturday that the boy wasrestingeasily Four Counties Added to Distributing Area of Hathom Company Four counties to the weat have heen addedto the WillysKnight and Whippet distributingterritory of the j Hatborn Auto company it was an nounced Saturday These are Kos suth Emmet Palo Alto and Wright This makes a total of II counties covered in the distribution by the Ha thorn organization SOUTH ST PAUL BANK ADDED TO BANCORPORATION Is Third Livestock Banking Institution to Become Affiliated The Northwest Baneorporation added the third livestock bank to its growing group of affiliated banks and trust companies with the announcement Saturday morning by Col Hanford MacNider vice president of the institution of the acquisition of the Stock Yards Na tional bank of South St Paul This brings to 32 the total of institutions affiliated with the large organiza tion The newly affiliated bank is the first one in the St Paul metropoli tan area to join the Baneorporation Highland Moves Up Coincident with the announce ment E W Decker president of the Baneorporation and the North westernNational bank of Minne apolis made public the appoint ment of Alex Highland president of the Stock Yards National bank as assistant general manager of the Bancorporatlon Mr Highland will become chairman of the board of the Stock Yards National bank and will be made a director of the Ban corporation He will be succeeded as president of the South St Paul bank by F A Birch now vice pres ident The new member of the Bancbr jioration group has capital surplus and undivided profits of deposits of 54492015 and resources of 55210920 Banks and trust com panies affiliated with the Bancor poration have combined deposits of 5234626732 and total resources of Mr Highland the second St Paul man to be chosen to serveon the Baneorporation board has had 25 years experience in the country bank field For 15 years he was vice president of the Aberdeen S Dak National bank and on April 1 1921 became president of the South St Paul bank Mr Highland was pres ident of the South Dakota Bankers association in 1918 During his bank ing career he has had a wide diver sity of experience and has special ized in the livestock end of the banking business Two Directors Added It also was announced that J C Kohl now cashier of the Stock ards National bank will become vice president and cashier and that two new directors are to be added to the banks board C A Cushman general manager of Swift and com pany South St Paul and Cyril E Sheehy general manager of Armour and company South St Paul A revised list of the officers of the Stock Yards National bank of South St Paul follows Mr Highland chairman of board Mr Birch president J S Bangs vice president W E Sawtell vice president Mr Kohl vice president pnd cashier O W Raynum assist ant cashier and A A Bibus assist ant cashier The directors are Mr Cushman general manager Swift and company South St Paul Mr Bangs vice president Stock Yards National bank Mr Birclu president Stock Yards National Link M R Brown vice president American National bank St Paul Mr Highland chairman of board Stock Yards National bank and as sistant general manager Northwest Baneorporation Z H Hutchinson easurer Shaw Lumber company Mr Kohl vice president and cashier Stock 4Yards National bank Mr Sawtell vice president Stock Yards National bank A Slimmer live stock dealer J J Toomey St Paul Cyril E Sheehy general manager Armour and company South St Paul Others in Group In August the Stock Yards Na tional bank of Omaha and the South bmjlha Savings bank became affili pled with the Baneorporation bring ing with them the Cattle Feeders Loan company Inc a company en gaged in financing the livestock in dustry and doing a business of ap Troximately annually The Stock Yards National Bank of South St Paul one of the pioneer livestock banks of the northwest was organized in 1837 for the pur pose of financing the livestock ln rustry centering in South St Paul and caring for the financial re quirements of the tributary terri tory J C Thomson vice president and general manager of theJMorthwest Baneorporation discussing the new est affiliation said When we stop to think of the change which has taken place in the financial structure of the north west in the short period of six months wo begin to wonder why the group banking idea was not un dertaken on a larger scale years ago In January of this year banks in the northwest for the most part were but disconnected units depend ing to a extent iupon eastern connections Today many of the 1rger units are affiliated thru fock ownership so that they are a position to render a complete and unified service thruout the ncrthwest pooling their resources o make this territory financially in dependent LAKE MILLS MAN HELD BY SHERIFF Andrew Chose Arrested on Bootlegging Driving Scores Friday Andrew Chose Lake Mills was arrested by deputy sheriffs Friday night on the authority of two bench warrants issued by County Attor ney Roe Thompson on charges of bootlegging and driving an automo alle while intoxicated He was re leased on a bond pending dis position of his case Police several weeks ago arrested and fined CUose on the same charges the man hav ing hit another car while under the influence of liquor but he was fined and released under ordinance 230 Mason City Mans Name Brot Into Liquor Case News Item Thru Mistake Confusion occurred in the hand ling of a police court item ic Fri days City credited with the misdemeanor of Melvin Bergland of Jolce the real offender The local Mr Bergland was in no way connected with the case and the GlobeGazette is ex tremely sorry for having committed so grievous a blunder It extends Its apologies to him and takes this method of setting the matter right Jn the minds of its readers SCHOOLS READY FOR INFLUX OF STUDENTS HERE St Josephs to Open Monday and Public Schools oh Tuesday All the school Buildings having had their fall cleaning repairs and improvements and many teachers already having arrived in the city for early conferences with school officials Tuesday morning will see the doors swing open to the regular routine class work of the year The various adjustments in curri culum and schedules have been com pleted new equipment has been add ed and everything made in readiness for the coming academic months Pupils in the grades and high school will meet at the same time Tuesday morning in their respective buildings for the formal school opening The daily program will be run off as usual books distributed and seat and locker assignments made and the correct schedule and class re gistration fixed in the first morning and afternoon Registration to Continue Registration for out of town and rural pupils has been going on dur ing the summer and will be contin ued Monday for the convenience of late arrivals according to announce ment from the office of the superin tendent Principals of the various schools will meet at 9 oclock Mori day and all teachers at 10 oclock the same day in room 213 of high vocal and Miss Marjorie Smith vio lin v St Joseph Opens Monday St Joseph school will reopen at 8 oclock Monday Sept 9 with the celebration of holy mass Classes in the high school will begin at and in the grades at 9 oclock Three courses have been added to the usual curriculumthis year The first of these is a course in elemen tary biology This is offered to those who do not wish to take Latin A course in journalism given in the junior year is expected to facilitate the publication of the school paper the Blue J Plans at present are to make this a first class printed news paper instead of a mimeographed paper as heretofore Secretarial work is placed In the senior year in order to give the students a more thoro preparation for business life Music lessons will also be given for credit in high school Improvements Made Several improvements have been made in the building duringthe sum mer so that it presents a very at tractive appearance at theopening of school Some new equipment in cluding 10 typewriters has been pur chased for the science library and commercial departments Father Krieger will direct the ath letic department and will provide a coach who will begin work during the first week of school The sched ule of games for the football season s not yet complete CRESS TO SPEAK Sheriff G E Cress will speak be ore a meeting of the N A A C P Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock at he Union Memorial church Fourth treet and Carolina avenue north east E M Bell will be in charge of he program GlobeGazette and a Mason school Parents who wish to see dTf man Milton Bergland was lerent principals and teachers will find them in their rooms in their res pective buildings all day Monday Those wishing to take music have been asked to consult Gerald Pres cott instrumental Miss Ellen Smith ELECTSOFFICERS SWEA have been elected by the W C T U as President Mrs S TVarburton vice president Jlrs S P Eckholm treas urer Mrs William McAnlnch secre tary Mrs Ghnrles Keslcr church su perintendent Lutheran Mrs T J An Oeraon Baptist Mrs William McAn inch Methodist Jtrs J L Vaux GARDNER FURNACE CO Sheet Metal and Furnaces Rear P O E Bldg Phono 480 Skin Diseases will respond to our new i Sun Colored Light Hays If you have a chronic skin eruption you should investigate our method of handling these cases Phone73 for Appointment Dr WC Grainger CHIROPRACTOR Shaklee Clinic 4 Local Resident Hears Lima Peru Program What may be one of the longest receptions of a radio program rei ceived In Mason Cityis reported bjf R CDane 807 North Harrison avei nuc who stated Saturday morning that he and a party of friends in his home distinctly heard a broad caster atLima Peru Mr Dane says the announcement having to do with Panama canal conditions was given in English and again in Span ish Mr Dane plans to write let ter to the Lima station to learn au thentlcally if it really was the Peru station which his set brot in Fri day night ONE STOP SERVICE BARGAINS in Used Balloon Tires They are Priced to Sell FIRESTONE EXCLUSIVELY COURSHON SERVICE Delaware and 2nd N E Tired All Over FEET have that pecu liarity When your feet hurt you seem to feel it in every fibre Dont ruin your life with needless agony come to us and have your aching feet administered to No corn is so deep rooted we cannot extract It CliffordI Groff D S C D O LICENSED PODIATRIST OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 415 M B A BLDG MASON CITY IA Office 2848 Residence 2523 Results Count DO YOJJ SUFFER WITH A RECTAL TROUBLE Would you like to bo cured and not bo compelled to undergo thesevere hospital operation Do you Itnow that right hero in Mason City is a doctor who cnn help you without going to a hospital and you will not suffer and not losea day from your regular voca tion That Is just what I am doing with my rectal cases THE PURPOSE OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT is to teach the public my name and office address I Iicllcve thepublic has a right to Jtnoiv of my success in tlio curingof recta diseases This is n sure wriy of reaching YOU and carrying my mcssngo to YOU direct Thero nre hundreds that would not he operated on if they only Itnew they could be cured siny other way I BELIEVE THE PUBLIC HAS A RIGHT TO KNOW that thoro nre other ways than severe surgery of effecting lasting cures of piles nnd other rectal troubles To know that I have ft mild safe treatment that t administer personally right hern in theoffice I want thepublic to know that thoy do not tmvo to go two or three hundred miles away for treatment when they cnn get better treatment right here at homo ALSO DO NOT FORGET THE FACT hat I treat chronic dis eases and private diseases of men and women That I am au thorized to administer the new cancer euro that cures That I have complete electrical apparatus including the Alirams treat ment diathermy galvanic High Frequency Ozone and other modalities of value In the treatment of disease If I do not think I can help you 1 will not treat you DR COTHERN Specialist PHONE 1546 ELEVENTH YEAR IN MASON CITY Office sFederal Aye over ircsges Dollar Store n m to J3 p m Evenings of Wednesday and Saturday to PERSONAL The day of the perfumed letter is gonex but the advent of ness sophistication is shown to the world of your your station ery Both color and white stationery are cor your display personality The billetdoux size club size regular note size be had in complete with your printed with your name and address Our most complete selection is ready for yoft an idea for the gift seeker as well YELLAND HANES BOOKS AND STATIONERY 11 East State St Late Model Dodges VICTORY SIX SEDAN Here is a real opportun ity to Ret a fine late model six cylinder car at a bijj saving You must see it and drive it to ap preciate the extraordinary value PRESENT SERIES DODGE BROTHERS SEDAN This car is just like new and gives someone the opportunity of getting a better car than its price should buy PRESENT SERIES DODGE DEMONSTRATOR Used just enough so that it must be sold at a sacrifice and you will always be ahead the amount you save JHMarston DEPENDABLE USED CARS Block South of Postoffice DODGE PLYMOUTH   

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