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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TWENTYFOUR SterlingNo 1 IS X Federal MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE and 06 nip Ie t e stocks We carry one of the meat com plete stocks of staple fan domestic Imported goods In City A visit to stores Is e duca tlon the food products and always at a saving to you our an SEPTEMBEE 19 SUGGESTS NEW PARK PLA Sterling No 2 Phono 807 I SterlingNo 1 Phono 16001G01 I Saturday Monday 10 Ibs59c SUGAR 100 Ibs Beet 100 Ibs 3US1 Green Lake can 12c Pumpkin Van Uanips n can 1UC Campbells Soups apy Itind IIFC 1 Peiis small nan 10 C Sweet Corn can iOc Camps Spaghetti f can lUC Vaii Camps Pdik and IOc Beans lama Beans can 15c Tomatoes Z cans 25c Hominy can IOc Brick Cheese Ib v 29c Cream Cheese lb 29 c LAKE BUTTER lb 48c SUGGESTS PARK GROSS SECTION IN WASHINGTON National Park May Stretch Across Several MidWest States WASHINGTON Sept informal suggestion that the pro posed Upper Mississippi National park should include a typical cross section of the Mississippi valley from Bellevue to Red Wing Minn was made to the Interior depart ment here today by A B Cam aierer associate director of the tional Park service who has just completed an inspection tour thru out that section Cammerer was accompanied on His inspection trip by representa tives from Iowa Minnesota Wis consin and Illinois acting as spe cial agent for the interior depart ment in anticipation oC that fed eral departments beingcalled on at a later date to map out the huge park area which is proposed in a ll now pending in congress Representative of Iowa author of the bill was a member of the party and is expected to urge action on his measure at the regular session His bill calls for a general survey of the territory which might comprise the park and a report to congress as to the find ings Cammerer following the trip has expressed the belief to the sec retary of the interior that when formal inspection of the area is made it should cover territory in adjoining states since in his opin ion the park should contain in one unit a typical cross section of the Mississippi from Bellevue to Lake Pepin near Red Wing and should also include many of the bluffs and some of the primitive prairie adjoining the bluff tops HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Deckers Canadian Baclt Bicon lb Deckers Pure n Lard lb 1 5 C Monogram Dates pkg j Oranges Rleii size Deckers English Sliced fC Bacon lb Complete Line of Deckers Cold Meats Triangle Oleo 19cllt2Ib3 Bread Light or Gar 3 tori I Deckers loivana Sliced Bacon pound DOS Peanut Butter pints 25c Peanut Butter qts 45c WESTlIlTO FETE MRS KING ATTEND M B CONFERENCE Rev J B Prltchard has left for Dubuoua where he will attend the Upper Iowa Methodist con ference being held there this week TO VISIT FEW WEEKS and Mrs Fritz Jeffi1 nnd children and Mrs Minnie Teffrl fromMason City spent Thurs day at tho Gus Mier home Mrs Mln no Jejfrl remained for a few weeks visit Mrs Minnie Jeffrl and Mrs Jliei are sisters GOES TO ROCHESTER Graper has ac companied his son to Rochester Minn to go thru the Mayo clinic be cause of a serious trouble with bis feet VISIT IN BEARDSLEY and Mrs Peter Thompsba have left for Beardslev Minn for a weeks visit with rela tives VISIT AT FAIRMONT Wood Le ore and Eva Best and Mrs Floyd Best arevisiting with friends nt Fairmont Minn ATTEND CHURCH CONVENTION Rev and Mrs W W Vine and Dr G W Appleby have loft for Marshalltown to attend the annual session of the United Brethren church which convenes there tills week TO VISIT CHILDREN Charles Taylor of Min neapolis has arrived for a visit with Mschildren and other relatives WILL ENTER WISCONSIN Wetter has gone to Madison Wis with his daughter Miss Jessie and Miss Bessie Lack who will enter the State uni versity for the coming year GOES TO MbRNTNGSIDF andMrs Tom Nel son Jr took their son Harvey to EXPERTS PICK HER HAS GONE TO ROCHESTER Martinson left here Sunday for Rochester Minn where he will go thru the clinic ATTENDS IOWA STATE Conwuy has left to complete her third year at Ames She Is taking the course in domestic ICEENTERS SEMINARY Halhach has lett for Washington D C to resume his work in the theological seminary there after spending the summer with hisparents Mr and Mrs Peter Halbaeh FORMER RESIDENT ILL and friends liere received word of the serious con dition at the hospital in Rochester of Ralph Richardson one time resident hero but now or Canby Minn MOTHER IS ILL George Peterson has eone to Oxford to visit her moth er who Is quite ill DRAGON FLY STINGS IRV1NGTON Robert Spurgeon fanner recently wfts Etung on one arm by a dragon fly and has had to liave the sting lanced because of in fection ARE IN STACYVILLE and Mrs John Toss of Milwaukee are visiting Mrs Katte Gerhart and other relatives RURAL SECTIONS WORSE CLAIM Minister Says Country Dis tricts Have More Evil Influences INDIANOLA Sept 19 al and religious conditions in rural communities are worse than in the cities theRev Walter A Morgan told the Des Moines conference of the Methodist church here yester day Reporting on his experience in traveling morethan 16000 miles thru southern Iowa he asserted 1 have compared the conditions for the city and the country and I am convinced that the advantage Is now with the He declared that the evil influ ences that a few years ago were used in warning against the wicked ness of the city had now been trans planted to the rural communities Sensational religion as employed by the professional evangelistslit tle girl preachers and such means came in for a stirring denunciation from the Des Moines superintend ent He suggested the old time re vival as the way to gain member ships instead The conference also heard a fense of the Rev L H Halt awaiting trial for assault and tery at Sharpsburg as a result of alleged attack by the minister up Ora Nelson Sharpsburg The Rev Frank Bean superii tendent of the Clarlnda district clared that the Rev MrPlatt engaged in an energetic att upon an alleged bootlegging pr tice St Ansgar Boys Have Three Pet Coons Gs Warden Caring for Thei OSAGE Sept ball coons were thrown to the groun when a tree blew down near hej recently and one of them was killei Two farmer boys took the three Iri ones home to care for butwhea the asked the county recorder Bnima Lane for permission do so she referred the ter to Deputy Game R T St John of Ricev who went up to St Ansgar Mbnb to get the young coons and jkifoi them until the season opena Oct He will return them to theboya n soon as the season opens An young person under the age pf can keep for pets two wild animM but they must be taken after season opens id Ptea Photo Pearl Ann Cramer of Minne apolis was chosen Queen of American Beauty at a conven tio nof beauty experts In De troit Mustard ots 10 Peanuts in shell fresh lb f n 1 C Salted Peanuts lb Marshmal 1 lows1 fresh lb I Q Walnut Meats lb Pop Corn that will pop 2 Ibs Ibs Black Walnuts 25 C Bordeaux Halves lb 73c Candy Stars or Clusters o C the Jamison Department store and j Too Boots were in Fort Dodge Mon day evening und Tuesday to attend a New State Auxiliary Head meetins vr men Will Be Entertained at Reception WEST UNION Sept 1 party complimenting the new state j president of the Legion Auxiliary Mrs T A King of this city will be held Thursday evening with members of the Legion and Aux iliary as guests Mrs Wallace Burnham of the Auxiliary and King R Palmer for the Legion will address the audjence in complimentary speeches and Mrs King will make a response Cream Mints for parties ts on iboSc IQLGERS COFFEElb 49c 1 iolii Medal 49 Ibs Occident 49 Ibs Foam 40 5517 I H Flour 49 Ibs Natioiial Biscuit Co Butternut Coffee nut JQ lb TtiflC Nitsh Coffee Bulk Tea 49c Coffee 49c Ib Chocolate Coffee lb Crciim Hills Bros Coffee Millers Bulk Coffee 1 35e A 3 Ibs i21bCaddy31c Sal Soda Ige pkg IOc Corn Starch Spkgs Gloss Starch 8 pUgs h o 25c Arm Hammer Soda n r lor iiOC 10 DAY SPECIAL SALE OIvT r HEINZ PRODUCTS at prices that will surprise you Read circular Apricots 30 Size 1C Gallon Pitted Cherries 10 Size Gallon if Raspberries 10 Size QO Gallon OC Pineapple Crushed 30sizc AI IP gallon Broken Slices dlji r 10 gallon Line Clapps Baby Food Complete Lino Fresh Fruits and Line Bakery s fj Juice can 1 1 C Pineapple OC rfulcn can Fruit IP Juice can i r Juice can IOC MEASURING CUP FREE Puritan Malt large can49c MR are going to handle Imported Cod Liver Oil from Norway for Chickens Cans Pigs Cattle Horses Ask us about it Oyster shells sack 90c Bring us your pay high for eggs Use free pnrlting placo back of store Music will be by tha courthouse quartet L G Meyer Edgar Traeg er Vernon McGriff and Arthur E Johnson and by the womans quar tet Mrs O V Anderson Mrs R W Humphry Miss Gene vi eve Owens and George Miss Fern Johnson will read The program will follow a picnic supper served rooms of the in the basement Harry Haney is commander of the local post and Mrs Graydon Hackett is president of the Legion Auxiliary Standard Oil to Erect New Station at Osage QSAGB Sept Oil has purchased the residence prop erty on the northeast corner Chase and Seventh streets here for the erection of their third filling station The property was owned by Mrs George Flynri of Owatonha VISIT AT PRESTON ami und Mrs 3Tred Sioux City Tuesday where he will en1 Vanderhonf and daughter Vivian are ter Moinmgslde college for Iiii second I visiting with their daughter Mra Jcar j Sewell Pratt at Preston Minn IVT jfANSAS 1 VISITS IN RUDD L Iverson and son i MeMichael and nd daughter arc visiting at Car sister Mrs Ethel Reynold of Ana Iverson home in western Ivanoui j mosa foimer residents of Rudcl vis IIAS LARGE SCHOOL j ited friends here Tuesday Stllson rural school VISITS OLD FRIENDS started Sept 4 with 24 pupils It la i Harry Heflln oC the Inricest school in Mocnf township i Grand Forks N Dak and two daugh Miss Jcon Flinch is tenoher ters visited with old friends here the HARDWARE MKN MEET first of the week Mrs Hedln was Jamison owner of I formerly Miss Louise Pedorson ARE IN MINNEAPOLIS ROCK Lillian Sclmartz and Dorothy Edgar drove to Minne sota Tuesday to visit Mra Walter TO ENTE1I CORXELL Haroll Nickovson has lett for 3U Vernon where he will atteiid Gornoll college HOLD IRIUAX MEIOTHsGS TcBchers and pupils ot the local Sunday school have i started meetings on Friday evenings j lor the purpose of Bible study There Cook in Minneapolis ARE VISITING RELATIAES COULTER Mr and Mrs Harry Andreasen have arrived from Chicago this week for a brief visit with rela is also and prayers StlFFEriS AN INFECTION Chesebrb is sut jrinff from an infection be the siln on his fane THKEE SISTERS MEET Mrs Elmer Poey and Mrs John Cady of Greens City 5to are here for avisitwith Mrs Samuel S ten say The women aro sisters IS FORMER RESIDENT Wood of Clark S Dak termer resident of this place visited relatives and friends here Tues day MAKES BUSINESS TRIP Tay Cady of this place ana several other officers returned home Wednesday from Wis consin where they had been to look over some machinery for the county roads ENTERS CARLETON Mark son of Adam Mark has started at Carleton college for the coming school year HAS EMERGENCY OPERATION ARE SURPRISED IJT FRIENDS and Mra Austin Johnson were surprised by their friends Sunday The occasion was their 30th wedding anniversary MOVES ON FARM Finklo and fam ily of Hampton havo moved on to the farm north of lLatimer which has Just been vacated by his brother David Finkle TAKES NURSES TRAINING Lcona Ahrens la taking a course in nurses training at the Lutheran hospital In Hamp ton HAVE NEW DAUGHTER and Mrs Ralph Fields announce the birth of a 10 pound daughter on Sept 14 IS IN SIESERVEiT MI3SERVEY Tames Faabors of I3ruce Wis is visiting his Inother Soren Faaborgr and other relatives here this week RETURNS TO UNIVERSITY JCARBLB ROCK Miss Lorene Hoadley hag returned to Iowa City STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY to talse up her studies at the univer sity I i spendlns several dayswith her slater The company paid close to for the property The residence will be moved and work on the new sta tion will be commenced immedia tely This will make a total of eight K1 for Osage ice here underwent an cmereency operation for appendicitis at the Lu thoran hoapltal Sunday mornins IIcr condition Is reported as good IS HECOVERTNG Glen Erdahl the eld est son oE Mr nnd Marrls Erdnhl xv no was badly hurt In fin auto acci dent Sept 8 Is rapidly recovering I Eagle Grove Home Talent Will Be Used in Comedy EAGLE GROVE Sept play Why Be Sane will be pre sented at the high school auditor ium on the evenings of Oct 2 3 ami 4 It is a collegiate musical comedy owned by the International Produc tions company of Groton N Y and will be staged by Miss Bess Wells daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Wells of Grove who hag beeu In the employ of the company men tioned for several years Many Show Interest in Recreational Programs AMES Sept recrea tional programs will he in the lime light at the rural landscaping and recreation section of the twelfth American Country Life conference to be held at Iowa State college Oct17 to 20 The leaders of the three states having statewide rec reational programs will he present nt the meeting They are Miss Betty Eckhardt state recreation specialist West Virginia who will be chairman of the section Newton W Gaines University of Nebraska Pennsylvania RETURNS TO FERTILE Anna Rye ho hod been a guest for five weelte Jn tho Mr nnd Mrs Joseph OHara home in Wadena lias returned to home in Fertile LOCATED AT SUMNER NORA Rev nnd Mrs Lewis Smith visited friends here from Monday until Wednesday Tho RevMr Smith has charge ofa church near Sumner where they been for the third year alter his pastorate of tho Nora Springs Evangelical church HOLD SEMIMONTHLY MEETING semimonthly meetlnfiof tho ladies aid van held Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Phil ip Strand Mra Bltem and Mrs Tenni hlll as hostesses VISIT IN MINNESOTA NORA and Mrs A Spotts anil Earl and Miss Ollle have returned from a weeks visit with their son Linn and family at Morah Minn ATTEND LEGION MEETING and Mrs Roy Bewick of Madison Wis are visiting friends nnd relatives and also nro talcing ia the Legion celebration Mr Bewick is an exservice man TROUBLED BY TUMOR Roy Fitch suffering from n tumor and plans to go to Mason City soon whore sho will cither undergo an operation or take radium treatments for Us re moval Mrs Pitch spent several weeks last winter In the Park nospital tak ing treatment for the snme trouble RETURN TO OMAHA and airs Ralph Thompson and baby of Omaha Nebr have returned after n weeks visit wlth relatives hero nnd at Dodge Cen Hosts fo Convention MARSHALLTOWN Sept 19 will be boat during the remainder of this week to the annual state convention of the Uni ted Brethren church Arrangements have been made to entertain1 500 delegates including ministers and lay representatives SERVED N1NB YEARS Rev William Galbreth who has served hero nine 1 consecutive years will leave this week for Davenport to attend the annual conference of Ihn Methodist church VISIT IN MINNESOTA and Mra Henry Kins of Rmporfn Kans are visiting relatives here On Snndny mornlns they drove to Beardsloy Minn for a short visit at the Rev GeorgeA Wanna home I in Waterloo ARE ENJOYING TRIP and Mrs August Schaeter and family are enjoying a trip to Brook Park and Vernon Cen ter Minn visiting relatives RETURN AFTER is YEARS Manz and wife of Buffalo Wyo ara visiting rel atives here They are former residents oc this place but had not been back for nearly 15 years IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA BURCHINAL Mervln Woods at Burchinal has gone to Northern Min nesota on a business trip MOVE TO SWALEDALE MT3SERVEY Tho Ray England i fnmily hns moved away from Meser vey and will Jive at SivnJedalo for the present IS ILL AT HOME Charles Best who lives In Buvchimil has been ill at her home thisweek RETURN TO CALIFORNIA MARBLE ROCK Mr nnd Mrs Ray TIpton who have been guests her parents Mr and Mra E Squlor have returnedto theirhome at San I Bernardino CM LEGIONTO PICNIC The of the local post and its auxiliary are going to hold a big picnic at Slewers Spring Sunday Sept 22 OPERATORS ARE ON VACATION Tennle Tedrow nnd Mrs L Skofte operators have left with Mr Slcafto and Betty for a two weeks vacation motoring thru Northern Minnesota and Nebraska Miss Eura Knight and Mrs William Larson have chargo tho switch board during their absence SEEKS LOCATION i ROCK went to Ogllvlo Minn tho first oC the week to find a siiliable Icntlon for his fam ily ACTS AS HOSTHSS II E Smalloy was hostess to tho AVoodbury Cemetery ati soeiatlon at a picnic dinner served Wednesday nt her liomo nt 1 oclock ENTERS S U I HOSPITAL MARBLE ROCK Mrs Maitin Backer has lett for Itowa City where sho will enter tho Imsplti7 ACICLEY RESIDENT DIES Abbas has re ceived word from Aclcley that his fath er died at the aso of 75 years Ho has gone to Acldey to attend the funeral which is to be held Tliurndny WILL GO WEST MARBLE FnrrinKlon Is upending a few days at Marshnll town liofore going to California where he will spend the winter Large Shipments of the Week Enhance the Shopping Attractions of This Store For the Week End The me at Price Our most cherished priv ilege ia the personal se lection of modes created to become a part of your personality rather than just a part of yourward robe And while may choose for you the real ly distinguished gar ments and accessories with our heads in the the magic spell of thenew andthe beautiful we c o rii e down to earth again when we affix the price marks Every day brings its fresh demon strations of the fact that expressive style with out excessive cost is a matter of course at this store Then too we have every reason to believe the various little attentions and courtesies and the interested attitude of helpfulness which make up what we are pleased to term the store spirit help to make this a pleasant place in which to trade Arent we right in our belief that you prefer the priceless at a price to price alone 1 Creations In a Glorious Style Array for Fall Distinctive stylings de signed for the miss who is letting her hair grow or the voman who prefers hers well as youthful modes for the smaller headsize Week End Featurings AND MORE Millinery Solon 3rd Floor The seasons outstanding style successes in Autumn tones Soliels Felts Velvets In Exclusive OneofaKind Creations 1 JUST ARRIVED Paul Jones Uniforms Without fear of contradiction we say that Paul Jones uni forms are the peer of their kind The finest cloths and workmanship Professional womenwill delight in learn ing that they are now being priced at this store at HAVE YOU SEEN THEM Rainbow Spreads They are new and beautiful different in pattern and col or work 80x105 and priced at FIELDRAY Rayon Slips This wonderful well known slip in all good shades anr full size range at this new low I INSPIRING WILL BE THE VIEWING OP THE NEW WANDA AND LECEIL FROCKS THEY 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