Mason City Globe Gazette, September 16, 1929, Page 9

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa son City News on This Page MONDAY SEPTEMBEE 161929 Nortii Iowas Home EVENTS Sept high school football game of season Mason City vs Northwood at Roosevelt stadium Oct chest cam paign ASSESSMENT ACTION IN COURT City News in iTHSchmltz piano tunerPh2425J Permanent wave by expert 56 complete O M Williamson Ph 505 For Bring your baskets B B Cimijotti Ph 895 Leo Allstot 10S North Pennsyl vania avenue left Monday for a two weeks vacationHe will go by car driving thru Kentucky Indiana and Illinois Cnll at banners Supply CoIll E State for prices on burners for kitchen ranges heaters and fur naces before buying elsewhere Conrad C Wallbaum police offi cer S33 Fifteenth place northeast left for a two weeks vacation to be spent with his mother and father In North Dakota recommend with firmness and enthusiasm the purchase of Cities Service in its great present and fu ture in the Electric Power Petro leum and Natural Gas industry Ask G FKriz 625 Mi B A Bldg Phone 1181 Office open evenings A Jargo number attended the rally programs of the Salvation Army Sunday One of the features of the 1 meetings was the commissioning of Henry Lightbody as color sergeant of the local unit You will bo doing yourself a favor by the immediate purchase of Cities Service Profit Sharing Diversified Investment Ask C F Kriz 625M B A Bldg Phone 1181 Office open evenings Ensign W G Friend has received word of the arrival in Chicago of Harry Christiansen who left Ma son City to attend the Salvation Army school there At Stud HyBrow Laddie AKC 32217 The smallest CASE REVERSED BY HIGHER COURT IS BEING TRIED Trial of Jury Matters Is Started Before Judge C H Kelley A case formerly tried in the Cerro Gordo county district court which got a directed verdict on the part of a local judgeandlater was reversed by the Iowa supreme court was the first matter to come to the attention of the jurors at the September term of the district pourt here Monday Of the 75 jurors called by the commission about 25 were excused by Judge C H Kelley before the court launched Into trial of the case Sued for Assessment The action is that of Edwin D Ford Jr receiver of the Farmers Grain and Supply company of Lakefield Minn ys Mrs Anna Quevli for 510000 a DOper cent assessment on 400 shares of stock alleged to be owned by Mrs Quevli In thedefunct farmer organization at Lakef leld Mrs Quevlis claim is that she does not and never did own the stock but that it belonged to her husband When previously tried here Judge H Kepler had directed a verdict for the defendant The matter was appealed tothe supreme court where a reversal was obtained Attorneys in Case As the case opened for retrial Monday R F dough of Mason City and Mr Ford the receiver were for the plaintiff while Frank Chambers of Mason City and J D Meighen of Albert Lea represented the defendant The jurors in the case are Helen Jacoby 305 South Louisiana ave nueL E Krivahlavev 32 Sixth TO REORGANIZE ALL GROUPS FOR CHEST CAMPAIGN Officers to Divide Workers by Occupation in 1929Drive ill up Division No 7 with H Harrer as chairman and H B Ceeler vice chairman A F ischer li chairman and D H Con ey vica chairman of No 8 made p of smaller industries and jobbers Jo 9 will be made up of chain tores with Cv A Satter as chair man and A J Hetlenstein as vice hairman Division No 10 will be made up of vomen who will make a house to louse csnvass of the city A proven sire of well marked pup pies Weight 9 Its Fee J1500 Hisson HyBrow Larrie AKC 663146 Weight 12 Va Ibs Fee U Wj Davis phone 2829L 116 7th N E Mason City la Puppies for sale HOUSES FOR RENT Five room house partly mod crn located at 209 N Monroe per month Five room house all modern at 211 North Monroe per montli Seven room duplex located at 202 Fifth St N E All mod ern and in fine shape Close to school 4000 per month Attoticlcd Freit IT was under this man August Vollmer Berkeley Cal that Chief of Police Frank R Sanf prd of the local department studied police methods for several months at Berkeley last year Mr Vollmer has been appointed by President Hoover as the police expert on the law en forcement commissionand he will conduct a scientific coursein police training at the University of Chi cago this year Capt J A Green ing his chief aid who is in charge of the uniforrii department chief personnel officer and head of the instructional school spent from Sept 1 until Nov 21 in Mason City teaching the local police force the newest developments and methods in the police field hart112 Tenthstreet northwest Martin Honsey 516 North Jeffer son avenue Herman Hanson W C Dorow 1431 North Madison avenue Will Hacker Plymouth Elmer Heinold Rock Falls P B Chris tiana Ventura and M Daniels Ned Blaclcmore and Caryl Church Clear Lake AT THE HOSPITALS MAN SEIZED ON LIQUOR CHARGES Pete Ktsikmpanis Released on Bond Hearing to Be Friday Pete Ktsikmpanis Mason City who has been living in a boxcar near the Milwaukee tracts was re leased on bond Monday follow ing his arrest Saturday night by Deputy Sheriff Ralph Schiffman and federal prohibition agent R C Reko A smak quantity of liquor was found Ktsikmpanis is charged with illegal possession of liquor and main taining a liquor nuisance His hear ing ia set for Friday WHYS AND WHEREFORES OF COMMUNITY CHEST Q The Y M C A haa a fine building and charges a member ship fee Why does it have to ask for support from the Community Chest A The T If C A does get a large revenue from membership fees Its room rentals cover that part of its expense However if it charges enough for its member ship fees to make it self support ing the cost wouldbe EO high that the privileges would De de nied to those of moderate means and especially to the boys and young men The Y M C A is not a rich mans club It has nearly 600 boys memberships including a great numberwhich are paid for byclubs and ludir for boyswho could not otherwise afford the privileges Organizations like the two Ys with buildings cant charge fees high enough to be self support ing and serve the full purpose for which they ara established in any community DALY EPIGRAMS A nans wife frequently has more faith in him than he has In himself WJD2LYCa PLUMBING HEATING NEED MONEY Short on money right now Get it this easy way Well loan you up to to tide you over hard times It takes but R few min utes You will appre ciate the courtesy and confidence with which all transactions are treated Come In to day UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE FM HUMPHREY MGR PHONE 1414 GROUND FLOOR MBA Nab Nora Springs Man on Charge of Stealing Poultry Harold Johnson Nora Springs is in the county jail facing charges of larceny ofdomestic poultry followr ing his arrest Monday morning by Deputy Sheriff Ralph Schiffman at Nora Springs Information was filed against Johnson Monday morn ing by Perry Henselman living eight miles east of Mason City who interrupted Johnsons attempts to get away with some of his ducks at oclock Sunday afternoon Henselman saw Johnson In the nc of stealing the ducks and chased the alleged thief into a nearby corn field From there the man ran am jumped on the running board of his car which his wife drove up ttu road to him thus escaping Hensel man notified Sheriff G E Ctes and the car was located in Nora Springs Johnsons case will b heard Friday In justice court M C Coughlon presiding Wounds Prove Fatal FORT MADISON Sept 16 Charles Ervin 45 of Dallas City III diedin a hospital here today from bullet wounds inflicted last night at Pontosuc Hi by George Greenig 60 of Pontosuc Mrs H B Badges of Elmbre N Dak was to the Mercy hospital Monday morning fora Miss Margaret Bennett 4022 Sixth street Des Moines lef t tnc Mercy hospital Monday morning after a minor operation Donald Ardinfcr 20 Sixth street southwest wasadmitted to Park hospital Friday for treatment Mrs Cora Loy Britt left the Mercy hospital Saturday morning1 after a major operation Stanley Hogan Northwood left the Park hospital Saturday after treatment George Fwyter Britt left the Mercy hospital Sunday afte a minor operation Miss Esther CIoosc Grafton was admitted to Mercy hospital Monday morning for a major operation Miss Ruth Ann Myhre Clear ake left the Park hospital Satur day after a minor operation Mrs J H Curtis Charles City vas admitted to the Parkhospital rlday for treatment Erwin Rasmus Garner was ad mitted to the Mercy hospitalfor a major operation Sunday Mrs W A Case and baby girl 1220 E State street left the Park hospital Sunday after treatment Mrs Mary Brett N Fed eral avenue left the Mercy hospital Monday after a minor operation Edwin Matzen rural route No 2 left the Park hospital Sunday after a minor operation Mrs D R Mullin Dougherty leftthe Mercy hosjiital Sunday after a minor operation Mrs J Croff 221 Fourteenth street northwest left the Mercy hospital Monday after a minor oper ation p Joseph Bielsfeld Thornton left the Mercy hospital Saturday follow inga major operation Mrs M Gillet1713 N Delaware left the Mercy hospital Sunday after a major operation Promptedby a determination to reach the goal of 550000 in the 1929 community chest drive which starts Oct 7 the organization officials have adopted a plan of campaign that is a decided departure from those of the past Theworkers instead of being di vided into groups such as service clubs will this year be grouped ac cording to occupations There will be 10 divisions nine of which have selected their chairmen and vice chairmen and a large number of their workers Divided by Occupations 1 Team No 1 in division No 1 for instance will cover attorneys ac countants and abstractors Team No 2of the first division will be made up of automobile tires acces sories and supplies There are 10 such occupational team groups in each of the first fpivr divisions headed by J H Marslpn chairman and J J Daniels vice chairman team No 1B E Manley chairman and Ralph Lloyd Jones vice chairman No 2 Dr B Ray mond Weaton chairman and J W Irons Vice chairman No 3and F C Eslick chairman and H M Knudson vice chairman team No 4 To Have Utilities Division No 5 under F Ion will be railroads and utilities Division No 6 government ployes will be in charge of R Hopkins chairman and F T Vasey vice chairman The large Industrie METROPOLITAN BANK STOCK UP ON MERGER TIPS Rumor of Affiliation With Bancorporation Sends Figures Soaring As a result of Information widely circulated in financial centers of the city that the Metropolitan National bank is to become affiliated with tha Northwestern Bancorporation stock of the Metropolitan bank Inst week was the object of much ac tivity The course of the Metropolitan stock is similar to that taken by Midland National bank stock 10 days ago when information got around to the effect that the Mid land bank was to become affiliated with the Northwestern Baucorpora tion The Midland bank deal with the Bancorporation has not yet bein ormally announced Reports concerning the North vcstern Bancorporations deal with he Metropolitan National bank are bat Metropolitan stock will be puv hascd for exchange of stock ou a basis ot four and a fraction shares f Bancorporation stock for one of Metropolitan stock to he held six months The Metropolitan National is the fourth largest bank in theMinne apolis Joop Rumors were also current in fi nancial circles that banks in Den ver Seattle and Spokane won would be added to the chain affili ated with the Northwestern Ban corporation Tennessee taxesthe malt that goes into the home brew Which state will now undertake to tax the dandelions that go into the Boston Transcript THOUSANDS SEE PARACHUTE HOP AT AIRPORT HERE George Babcock Made Per fect Jump From Pioneer Flyer Plane i The Mason City airportwas hosl Sunday to an aggregation of sev eral thuosand persons who gatheret to see George Babcocks parachutp jumpfrom the airplane of the Pio neer Flyers The jump took place at 4 oclock altho clouds threatened to make th eventtake place ahead of schedule After the parachute artist entere the plane it climbed to an altitud of 2000feet with Archie Peterspi at the controls and George Barret also in the machine Mr Babcock stepped off irtt space about a half mile northwes of the field He fell several hundre feet before hepulled the ripcord an opened the chute There was a sig of relief thru the crowd when th snow white fabric opened to the ai The landing was made exactly I front of the Legion hangar th spot where Mr Babcock had alme for rom WabashavMinn aboard the Mayo yacht North Star Most of the aggregation includ ng Mr Goodman had been attend ng the annual convention of the in evnationai Association of Game ish and Conservation Commission rs in Minneapolis last week The party left Minneapolis by bus arly Saturday morning arriving atWabasha about 10 oclock Tho members boarded the Mnyo yacht there and began their voyage down lie river having luncheon at Win ona at noon TheMason City delegation de scribed the trip as a moa enjoyable one Koerber Is r Divorce by Kelley Theodore Koerber local teal es tate dealer was granted a divorce from Aghea Koerber by JudgeG Hr Kelley in a decree entered Saturday in the local district courtJVThB charge was cruel and Inhuman treatment This is thotbird divorce decree granted Mr Koerber tot local oourt IN MTCMORIAM In memory of our beloved mother who passed away one year ago to day Sept 16 1929 MR AND MRS E C BROWN MR AND MRS CHARLES ROTH MRS MARY McGCWAN MISS MATTIB BUTTERS AUGH MR AND MRS W B HAWES MR AND MRS ROSS CORBIN MR AND MRS MAHLON BUT TERBAUGH With 5000000 golf player3ba38 ball fans marathon dancersnon stop flyers and 20000000 tourists all habitually far from homenow Is bur beloved country ever going to laka an accurate ron Bciicon Journal YOUR The field waslined with several rows of automobiles a much larger aggregation thanhad been expected There was no direction of traffic but no difficulties arose over the congestion The Pioneer pilots gave several their first airplane ride Mr Bibcock left Mason City for Sioux Falls S Dak where lie is to give a daily performance for the next week CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere appreciation to our friends and neighbors for the kindness and sym pathy shown us and for the beauti ful flowers sent at the death of our beloved wife and daughter H C LA GASSE MR ANDMRS W E BAKER AND FAMILY MR AND MRS CON LA GASSE Let us pray that the situation will never get so bad that a mans age will be reckoned by the number of weekends he has Blade is in direct ratio to the nor mal functioning of all the or gans of your body Let our health service tuna up your system and thus re store your health and vigor Phone 73 for appointment DR W C GRAINGER CHIROPRACTOR ShakJcc Clinic Mason Cityans on Mayo YacKt Cruise MfsTFrahk Goodman and Mr and Mrs Don McPcalc were in the party of conservation experts of the United States who made a trip down theMississippi river Saturday Dr Harold Jennings Osteopathic Physician Obstetrician 415 to 425 M R A Building Off ice Phone 3789 Res Phone 2861JR Hoover is tomake the memorial address at Gettsyburg1 next May It will fine address butthe one single address at Gettysburg has been Times Republican RHEUMATOLIGIST Treatsonly rheumatic diseases More than 2u years ot experience In this specially subacute chronic muscular or myositls neuralgia or neuritis sciatica lum bago arthritis deformans rheumatic heart stomachand Intestines Office 409 First National Bank Building Hours 8 a m to 4 p m Ask for booklet on rheumatism it i3 free Address A Oshana M D Mason City Iowa SPECIAL During the winter months Permanent special Shampoo and Marcel 85 Shampoo and Finger wave 85 Any Style Haircut 35 FOUR EXPERT OPERATORS Where can you get better servicej comfort and prices than at Gilbert Beauty Shop PHONE 3180 Teeth Plates My plates are made of the very finest grade of rubber and teeth They are well thrown to gether The teeth are set up and articulated carefully Are properly vulcanizecland fin ished with due regard to requirementsof modern denture construction and guarahv teed I make Hecolite plates the last in strength beauty and comfort Platespriced from up Broken plates repaired while you wait JACOB E HYNDS DENTIST 18th Year In Mason City Telephone 002 Over Olympla SKY FLEET PILOT BRINGS HOME TROPHY Avoid Embarrassment of FALSE TEETH Dropping or Slipping Dont be embarrassed again by having your false teeth slip or drop when you eat talk laugh or sneeze Just sprinkle a little Fasteeth on your plates This new extremely fine powder gives a wonderful sense of comfort and security No gummy gooey taste or feeling Get Fasteeth today at Brady Drug Co or any HisPifes Were Cured Easily Read what Mr Hilts has to say Dear Doctor Iam cured of the Pileal I had been troubled with them for 25 years or more but I dreaded an operation so much that I kept putting them off until they got BO bad I had to do something I am vary thankfulthat I came to see youIt is a wonder to me how you caa cure Piles so quickly and with so little pain and no hindrance to anyones work I would recom mend you to anyone suffering with Piles as a very reliable and honest Doctor and one that is after the trouble not the C Hilts Rockford la July 15 20 Dr Shallenbcrger can be consulted at Mason City Hotel Cerro Gordo Friday September 20th Examlna MOVING We have some special bargains in good used cars if taken before we move into our new lo cation the old Han ford Garage Sept 20 JHMars ton DEPENDABLE USED CARS 4 Block South of Postoffife DODGE PLYMOUTH VJ OPECLAL Instruments and devices installed in the flagship o the Sky Fleet of the General Tire O Rubber Company helped Henry J Brown pilot of the ship to set a new record when lie won the nonstop race from Los Angeles to Cleveland as part of the 1929 National Air Races The ship in which Brown sped into the Cleveland Municipal Airport to be greeted by 100000 spectators at the National Air Races is powered with a 025 H P aircooled motor and In every possible way Brown flew the ship the 2250 miles from Los Angeles to Cleveland in13 hours 15 minutes and 7 seconds averaging 3564 miles for the entire distance Lieutenant Brown is shown in the inset In theabove picture at the left with W 6NeiI president of the GeneralTire Rubber Company the flagship of whose Sky Fleet Brown flew to victory In the group shown with tha flagship taken at Iho Cleveland Municipal Airport just race reading left right are HS Hoover News Director of the General Tire Rubber Company Robert W Kenworlhy National Air Race offlcial Pilot Henry J Brown T M Hinnon of Cleveland and C F ONoil Cleveland distributor for the General Tire Rubber Company THE GENERAL TIRE Goes a Long Way to Make Friends Mulligan ft Sons 113 West State ;

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