Mason City Globe Gazette, September 16, 1929, Page 18

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 16, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SMITH SEPTEMBER 16 IOWA TRUCK LA Eagle Gwve Bank Is Sold to Dr Fisher i BEAGLE GRJOVEJ Sept 16 Citizens Bank buildjngr an asset of the defunct bank was sold Tof Receiver Cfharles Kelly on Fri day to Dr Fijank Fisher of Eagle Grove The piirchase price is re porte been home building has possible new ak i the poatof flee which has for a onestory build ing in the rearof the bank bujlding in cramped quarter The building1 formerly occupied by Uio First National bank which is di rectly across the street from the Citizens building la alao an asset in the hands of Receiver Kelly Sterling tNo 1 IS Federal Fhonje Sterling yo 3 813 S Pena Phone 807 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 101bsl59c SUGAR c Robb CRoss Pancake Flour 33c Chlpao large pkg 22c Sal Soda lOc Navy Beans 3 IDS 25c Pork and Beans can lOc Crlsco pound 25c Hnto Beans 2 Ibs 25d lyory Flalces Large Nut Meats 69c Butternut Coffee Ib 46c Peas good grade can Sweet Corn lOc Tomatoes 2 cans 25c Bulk Cocoa 2 Ibs 25c HlUs Bros Coffee1 Ib Bulk Tea pound 49c Bread Light or j I r rtarlr 2 tot IDC 55c FIg Bars or Ginger Snaps 2 Ibs 25c Nash Coffee pound 01 C Clear Lake Buttef Ib 48c 49c Kan ton ICrepe Tollet Paper fori if v r r i Torthern 3 rolls Slop Sticks 15c Pure Cider Vinegar gallon Qxydol large Bed Band Toilet Paper Powdered Sugar 3 Ibs Brown Sagar S Ibs guaranteed Butk Mica ronii8 lbs Pineapple can 25c 4 Ibs 25c Cream Cheese Bricki Apricots pound fAsparagus can f 25c Ubbya Fruit Coffee Black Raspberries islze QO pOlon Loganberries Wjsize gallon Pumpkin Van Camps Broken Slices Pineapple v Peaches 10 size gallon 10size CQ gallon D J C Comb 15c BilR us your know how we pay iandKow we sell JJse our parking place back new hat was in the Coal Bin S a fact fellows Waittil you see the hew lid IJl be1 sporting Found it in the coal bin at my house not the hat itself but the price of it Bought supply of coal the other day and when they put itinthe binI found the say ing on S u mTn e r prices will a tendollar hat TJiats f i nd in g mtfney HERES WHY Winter coal der Hvered now relieves the dealer of storage expenses so Sum mer prices can be lower FIRESIDE FUEL CO PHONE888 BEFORE ITS TOO LATE Chas M Gunderson Frank L Ryan 1011 So Federal OFFICIAL ISSUES WARNING ON OVERLOADING Instructs Field Agents to Aid Peace Officers in Local ing Offenders DES MOINBS Ed it Smith secretary of state today issued a statement in wHich he said his department had Instructed Its field agents and inspectors to co operate with peace officers and county treasurers in rounding j up owners of trucks using the public highwayswho have failed to pay li cense fees imposed by thelast leg islature In issuing this order the secre tary asserted that ample time had been given for such truck owners to become familiar witn the new law and their obligations set forth in It and from now on the penalties pro vided iindei that law would be in voked t From May i The statement follows The for tythird Iowa general assembly deemed it wise to enact legislation requiring those who operate trucks on the public high ways to pay a ll cense fc6 the state based on the maximum weightof load hauled The new statute became effective May 1 last and license fees for loads in excess of truck manufac 1 1 tubers rated capacity plus 25 per cent are computed from that date The department has in every way endeavored to obtain compli ance with the provisions of the new taw without subjecting truck oper ators to unnecessary expense and annoyance For that reason penal ties were not imposed until oper ators and owners had had ample time to become familiar with the law and to the additional li cense fees to the county treasurer Must Procure Plates The department ifeels that the time already given has been more than ample and to further postpone the universal enforcement to the law including the mandatory pen alty of fines ranging from 525 to would be manifestly unfair to the truck operators who have made full compliance and paid the excess load fees The department has instructed its field m spectors to cooperate with peace officers and county treasurers in imposing penalties as provided in TEe statutes Truck operators who haul more than manufacturers rated capacity plus 25 per cent must pay addition al license at once and all truck oper ators whether hauling excess loads orrnpt must procure special license plates from the countytreasurers indicating that weight classification has been passed upon by the proper authorities HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota WIIA AtTEND REUNION and Mrs Henry C SIcyer and Sir ancj Mrs Pred left Sup toy for Seattle Wash to attend the annual reunion of the Veteran Employes association PC tho Jlllwaukee railroad Mr and Meyer will visit relatives at dlf fercijt points on the return trip WJLi ATTEND CONVENTION Dr I C Peck Hancock Bankers and County Officials to Battle Bank Robbers GARNER Sept plan to aldHancock countys sheriff in run ning down thieves has been worked put by the Hancock county Bank era association The county super visors have agreed to a5050 ar rangement in providing funds for isawedoff shot guns and revolvers for three vigilants for each team ap proved by Sheriff E H Wahlert Each vigilant will be placed under bond as a protection for careful pro They will be a sworn deputy sheriff and under control of Sheriff Wathert but will serve without sal ary or other compensation qhe 27 vigilants and alsoSheriff Wahlert and Deputy Bruce Orr will all be armed with high power rifles V D Koons Britt banker filed a bill wltti the county for which was allowed with an equal amount tobe paid fromthc Bankcra association This plan is in operation in many Counties of thestate and Is believed to have dpnfe much toward stopping bank robberies naire at Lawlerand a member ot Harold Uednian post lias signified his Intention to make the tripto ville to attend tha American Legion convention He expects to srp with tha aiiecial from with the Clausen TVordsn dram corps MAnRIEI IN AUGUST Mr aridMrs Hubert Helm were married Aup 28 arenow living in Jsuiesyille aie vislt days IntlieC T Helm home VISITS PAnENTS Miss Matlida JSortS homa economics teacher at Otranto spent the weeWenQ with her Barents Mr andMrs W G Bortz HAVE FARM FIRE Mr ana Mrs prari Jas person lost their Jiouse and household oofls by fire last Thursday They lived n tile poter Hegerty farm In Plum Creek township FARM BUREAU BIEETS STILSON The Bobne township Farm Bureau met Friday evening In he U B church basement with Mrs William Nail in choree of the pro gram OFFICERS The M B ladles Aid held its regular monthly meeting ITriday In the church annex Officers elected at this riieetlng were Mrs Orle Irifelt president Mrs Beck first vice president Mrs James Peter sec ond vice president Mrs JohnS tarn bach secretary and Mrs George Far rel treasurer WILL RESUME PRACTICE Dr H H Kruse ivho hasbeen seriously ill is now ableto be at his office andresume hla prac tice Dr Cordo of Rudd has been as sisting during his Illness STARTS HARDWARE STORE John High is now plac ing1 a stock oE hardwareirito thfi new building Just completed on the site of j the old Playter block which burned on Vprll 1 j HAS APPENDICITIS Albert SnoolC ds tak ins an enforced vacation from his flu ties with tho Juhl Electric company the past weelc because ot an attack or appendicitis MOVES TO CAMPFIRE CHIEF ier of tho Farmers Savlngrsbank at tended his fathers sale east of Otran to Tuesday Mr Hanson lias sold his farm and purchased a residence here Into which lie wilt move In the jiear future ATTENDS LYIJE SCHOOL XYLE Miss Rogna Helgesoni from De co rah is attending school hero and making her home with her sister Mrs Peterson IS SUGAR CHEMIST ROTS AN KonnethKIeth has ac cepted a position as assistant cliem 1st at the Belmond sugar beet facto ry lor the present season ENTERTAINED TEACHEHS T heteachers otthe public schools were entertaJned Fri day evening by the members ana secretary ol the board of education at a dinner at the homo of the president G H Galvin VISITS IN CHICAGO It A Johnson has re turned from a pleasant visit with rela tives and friends In and around Chica go VISITED IN KANSAS and Mrs Henry True have returned from a weeks auto trip to various places in Kan sas They were accompanied by Mr anil Jlrs Elder TIpton who are spendlns a few days nlth tbelr AUXILIARY HOLDS ELECTION American Le gion Auxiliary met Thursdayevening attho home of Jilrs C P tTngef Mrs Alma Hull gave a report of the state convention Kew officers were elected as follows Mrs Moonpresident Mrs Unger vice president sec re tary Mrs Gulick treasurer RETURNS FHOJI DAKOTA CRYSTAL Voiding has Just returned from northern Dakota where he has been working since last April He drove thru with his car ENTERTAINED SOCIETY W Vine and Mrs Allle Wendt weer hostesses to the TJ B Missionary society Friday afternoon at tile Wendt home ATTENDING LATIMER HIGH Lucille Brown Dorothy Krage and EIsIs Anderson of Coulter are attending high school at Latlmer this term SON BORN and Mrs Ferdi nand Bbrchardt are the parents ot a sonVTWaistheir second child the first being a daughter P T A HOLDS MEETING Parent Teachers association held thefirst program of the year In the high school auditorium Friday evening Mrs C V Johnson and Mrs L P Rich arranged program W C T TI TO MEET Butler County W T IT convention will be held In the DhrlstiaH church Here next Tuesday There are eight unions In the county from which delegates ore expected Sheriff Finds Things for Idle Hands to Do and Order Is Restored HARIiAN Sept 16 I Sheriff George Jensenand Deputy Sheriff Stanley Morgan are con sidered experts in caring for in mates of the Shelby county jail and keeping order in that Institution Recently theyplaced in the jail a man who had become crazy drunk When ho went on a ram page and attempted to kick down tlans home the doorof his cell theofficers re moved his brot an im VIS1T FRIENDS superintendent and lira Jlertoh Growl whoriow teach at Otrarito were guestsof frlenils here Saturday BUILDS NEWHOME CRYSTAL Sorcn son and family are now enjoying liv ing in their new house which has Just been finished two miles west of town The house Is strictly modern VISITS CHILDREN Small Sr ot PlattvlUe Wis s herp rlsltlnff his children in Thornton Mason City Rock Falls and north of Plymouth Ha Tvlli niako his headquarters with his daughter Mrs R J Aimstrongr TO HOLD MEETING first meetingot the local chapter of the ParentTeachers assocltaion will be aTeceptlon given to the faculty by the cominunlty Tuesday at the school house KESIGNS POSITIONS FOREST Conner has iTsIgTied as station manager for the Independent and Gascompany formerly the Manhattan station De vere Hlrt has been engaged as manag er of the station IN GRAKTONV to this form of vio inmate renorted to halt lence Then the pounding with his fists and breaking up the countys furniture The re sourceful officers removed his belt Regardless of his condition the man had enough modesty to spend the greater part of his time holding up his trousers Thus with tho patients toes un protected and his hands engaged order was restored Ames Man Sneaks EAGLE GROVE Sept Rev F D Reeves of the Congrega tional church went to Cedar Falls on Friday and occupied the Con gregational pulpit at that place on Sunday The Eagle Grove pulpit was occupied by WNorris Wentworth who Is in charge of Congregational student work at Ames college He was accompanied by Arthur John son who is a Junior at the coltece C ENTER BUSINESS COLLEGE Mnnean and Maurlns Miller left Snnday for Ma son City where they will attend Hanv lltons College of Commerce Dorbtliy will take a secretarial course and Maurlneaccounting RETURNS TO OMAHA Aline McCor mlok who hasbeen visiting here re turned Saturday to her home inOma VISITED IN NORWAY Mrs Peter Skram havereturned from a three monthsvisit with Mr Skramsmotli er and sisters In Norway visited at Oslo Bergen and other large ciUes In that country It la more than IB years since Mr Skram had been In Norway He Is a rura1 mall carrier VISITED ON FARM LYLE P T Torkelson and son Kermlt have returned from a few days visit at their farm near Bcnnon SEREXADJjj SUPERINTENDENT BIUSTCmWi bimph of younger persons of tho community paid their respects to Supt and Mrs J C Sager on Friday night with an old fashioned Hughes of San FranciscoIs president of the Cainpflre Girls having been elected at anational con vention in Omaha Nebr WILD ADDRESS CONVENTION RevC K Hudson willdeliver the afternoon address at the county W CC T U convention which isto be held Tues flay Sept 17 His subject Is The Life of a Nation RETURNS TO COLLEGE Hanson only JaughterofMr and Jlrs FrankHM son left todaly forher second year In Stevens college ColumbiaMo Miss Hanson visited July and Augustat Templars parkk Spirit LaJte where she served in the dining room HOLD anSSION FESTIVAL congrega tionobserved Its annualmlsslon festi val Tha RevHerbert Qran nirig of Manchesteir delivered the morn Ing sermon in German The afternoon sermon In English was delivered by the Rev C CJ Prettengreler of Charles City HAS VISITED IN GARNER Mildred Dyck of Omaha hag returned f olio wng avisit of several weeks with Mr and Mrs Ed Stell Her hosts took Miss Dyck as far as Belmond in their can VISIT IN DULTJTH Frank Renshaw and son Cyrus have goneto Duluth for a few days visit withfrlends VISITS WITH FATHER Hill oC Du luth was an over Sunday visitor at the home of his father SpHill WILL LIVE AVITH DAUGHTER and Mrs August Due no w1 held an auction of their house hold furniture Saturday Mr and Btrs Duenow who are In poor health will go to Minneapolis soon to niake their home with their daughter GOES WEST FOR HEALTH Hammill who has Keen employed at the Equity store here hasresigned and will leave for Colorado In search of health WILL STAY INDEFINITELY anaMrs Harold Alters of Blunt S Dak have left for their home Mrs Aketfs mother Mrs Fred this city accompanied them for an indefinite stay AUXILIARY ELECTS a meeting of the local post of the American Legion auxiliary Wednesday evening the fol lowingofficers were elected Mrs M H Kepler president Mrs S O Thompson vice president Mrs A Aase Jr secretary and Mrs Henry Gabriel treasurer ATTENDED CONFERENCE Rev Hilmer OC the German Methodistchurch at tended a conference at Kenosha TVls the past week A E Gelhausattended as lay delegate A1SITED IN RUDD Claude lxgsdon of Ira former resident of this place a weekend guest of friends in Rufld ENROLLMENT INCREASES F B El I edge re ports the Coulter public school well under way with their regular schedule of work Ha reports an Increased en rollment over the past several years Jn the high school Nextyears homewillhardly be considered complete unless it can sport a twoplane This takes the place of last years dou ble Angeles Times LEGIONDAYAT CRESTON TO BE HELD SEPT 20 Six Prominent lowans Will Address Crowds to Have Sports Program CRESTON Sept 16 by six prominent rowans a stadiuia dedication and football game lunch eons a parade and other activities comprise the program for the first annual Southwestern Iowa Legion today to ba observed here Sept 20 Addresses will be given by Glenn C Haynes new state commander of the American Legion Dan W Turner of Corning candidate for the republican nominationfor governor Gov John HammlU congressman Lloyd Thurston of Osceola Mrs Donald Macrae of Council Bluffs candidate for national president of the American Legion auxiliary and George A Brown secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic associa tion Invitations have been mailed to 100 American Legion posts in southwestern Iowa In addition gen eral invitations have been ex tended to citizens of neighboring towns A special request has been sent to Leon residents as that high school will meet the Creston squad In the opening game of gridiron season on that day Political leaders of southwestern Iowa will attend a luncheon in honor of Governor Hammill and Turner A second luncheon will be attended by commanders and adjutants of Legion posts in honor of Com mander Haynes MrsMacrae will be the guest at a third luncheon by presidents and secretaries of Leeion auxiliaries Cash awards will be given for the best musical organization represent ing a Legion post in the parade for the best color guard the largest post delegation and the auxiliary delegation Clarion Teachers Are Leaving for Positions CLARION Sept a number of Clarion young people have resumedtheir teaching voca tions In various narts of the coun try Miss Myrtle Weber will teach in the Garner schools Miss Mildred Roy willteach at Humboldt Miss Agnes Birds all will teacb In Ann Arbor Jiich MissHoi tense Hurt sock will teach at Chicago Heights Miss Harriet Ensign will teach in Chicago Miss Marier Given will teach In Rowan Miss Leone Sulli van of Rawlins Wyo Miss Fay Swartzendrover at Fort Dodge and Miss Trowbridge at Mason City Husbands should share the housework with their wives says awomans Cltv Star TallCom Stalk Is Found Near Garner Nearly 12 Feet High GARNER Sept talj does taircorn grow stalk brot to Garner Saturday sured llfeet and 67 inchesI grew on the B HLarson farm If had one extra large ear of wel dented corn f Northern Methodist Conference to Meet Under Omaha Bishof DUBUQTJE sept 16 UppefIpwa conference of the Mew odist Episcopal church will open 3 seventyfourth annual session hW Sept 38 withBishop Frederick ft Leete of Omaha presiding Dr J L Artmaii of Chicago eoutlve secretary of theOjIJatlbn Religious Education Jassoclatloa will conduct a clinic in religious tication Mark PbM delphia in charge of rural work thehome missions board will dJ cuss ministerial problems Other speakers include R E fendorfer of New York HerbiX Parish of Chicago Georfl Mecklenburg of Minneapolis Bel sions willclose Sept aswith ai nouncemeht appoirj iments Annual Election Held by Garner Auxiliar GARNER Sept Qiffojj Olson Auxiliary on Friday nign elected officers as follows Presj lent Mrs Rose Hanson vice pre4 dent Mrs Bernlce Schultz secrl tary Gladys Johansen ilrsBella Peterson The executive committee posed of Katter A Norman and Mrs Carl Suckowl historian Mrs Ruth Bemis j e is corjj Osage Woman Dies After Illness of About Yea OSAGB Sept Lesch 69 was buried here Saturdy following funeral services aCt Universallst church with the Ri Frank Miller officiatiiig Mrs Ijes has been In failing healthfqrv i past year Previous to this tiiiie bad been active in many orgairizj tions She is survived by two ers one sister and two Kills Big Bear CLARION Sept hat been received in Clarion that Jantel Fackler a former Clarion pollcef man now living at Douglas Wycl has received much notoriety the killing of the largest bear in history of Converse county Wyo iVi weighed GOO pounds STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY The New Fall Fabrics Are Ready WH3 Expose the Face A single point on which all fall hats seem to agree is to show the face Other points of fashion importance innew millinery for autumn1 are the upinfront and doWnatsides arid back crowns follow the contour of the head and turbans have little cuff brims A marvelous collection Every New Autumn Color Pricings Range 2 to Fall fabrics that have never been 03 lovely in colors and patterns The crisp fresh bolts lo select from will make a h a p p il nga pleasure yard New Prints Chiffons Georgettes Canton Crepes and other silk fabrics suitable for sports anddress wear A multitude of beauti ful shades for Fall Shipleys Bliracle SILK HOSE Mason Citys Wonder Hose Yes they are beauti fulfully full fashioned in an ex t r a durable service weight All good colors and the I A New Season Brings New Fashion Ideas Long before a new season ar rives women anxiously await the premier showing of smart things to wear But now that Fall has arrived the secrets of all the bril liant modes arerevealed in glor ious splendor Inspect the beauty of the new Frocks and Coats convince yourself that our prices are as attractive as the mode Zion Nottingham CURTAINS At a very at 29 tractive price JL STERLING TradeWhereYouDvtheBest Have you seen the new GLOVES1 ;

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