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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER 21 lOWANS RESENT NEW PROPOSALS ON TARIFF LEGISLATIO COOPS UNITED AGAINST BILLS NOW CONSIDERED Hearst Is Delegated for Con veying Opinion to Iowa Legislators Sept 21 CSOIThe unfilled pledges of the repub lican party and the Ineffectiveness of the tariff In providing farm relief were thebases of reso lutions forwarded yesterday to the 11 Iowamembersof the house of representatives urging a fight for agriculture The resolutlons were signed by six Iowa farm prganizationsandaccom panied by a letterfrom their sppkea tnan Charles Hearst president of theIowa Farm Bureau yrtilcb ex pressed deep concern Inthetar iff schedules arid said1 that unless marked changes were madein the proposedschedules andif duties are not1 imposed on products tHat are carried free list In these agriculture wouldsuffer rath by the proposed tariff revision Neither the original house tariff HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota VISIT CANNING FACTORY by Miss Bosch the principal and Agnes Colby the primary teacher ths high school Blrls vMted the canning factory at Lake Mills oh Thursday afternoon MOVES TO ROWAN anl Mrs Oscar Thay er have moved froni near Alexander to the Duffy liome here ELECTS OFFICERS jp jr S of tho Methodist Episcopal churchelected thBfollpwIngrofflccrsat their meeting Wednesday afternoon president Mrs JM Wilson secretary Clyde TVeghnd treasurerMrs p1 C Jtlner tho SEE CUBS PLAT COULTER Nel3 G Pedersen Thoifrias 7oliansen Harold Holrrisaard Stanley Aaseaen and Leon Madson Vere In Chicago to witness tho Cubs play balU While lntlie city Mr Ped gen1 purchasedmerchandise for his jnettilstoie RELilTITE DIES IN DAKOTA Wilder recelveVl a telegram Thursday niornlnj stating that 1ilscqusln Prof Monroe Wilder of Esmond hod dledsudden ly at his homet TVedtiesday Tilght Fa lieral Bervlceawlli be held there Tuesday Sept 24 There are several liere PREMIER SEES RACES blllnorthe revised senate measure SSFSSFB c Btef gives agriculture that degree of tngMl antl Rex art protection which Industrial products resolution stated It further outlined the extra con gresslonal session as calledfor the purpose of revising agricul tural duties to make them tive arid to limit revision ofIn dustrial fates to those Necessary It not only but expected the Iowa representatives to use their votes to not duly increase indus trial rates and to place agricultural protection on an equality with in dustrial protection Bureau Des Cooperative Dairy association Iowa Cooperative Livestock Shippers Farmers Grain Dealers of Iowa Iowa Sheep and Wool Growers and the Iowa Creamery Secretaries and Managers associations signed the resolution DIES SUDDENLY WHILE WORK ING Hampton Man Becomes 111 While Hauling Coal Hai Heart Disease Betz died atihis home late Thursday afternoon from a J heart attack Mr Grabbe had beenin fairly good health and his unexpected1 i He had been engaged In apme coalwithhis soninlaw aiid complained of feeling ill shortly be fore he died Beside his Ywif e Mr Grabbe leaves three daughters tmd two sons jall residentsof this vlctn ity No definitefuneral arraiigemeuts have beeamade but itisbelieved that services will be heldSunday af ternoon in the Bavo Fletcher home In Bruce Ds this week STONTHS Jla d sen hi ana of Fitllerton lumber company Niels ladegaafd Henry ChrlBtensenr and Herman Hesse will leave the last of tha week on an extends a motor trip including MinnesotaCahada Cali and Oregon wbere they will visit plan to be gone two nipnths HAS SICK PATIENT BRlST6Wc1Dr G VT Appleby was detained from starting for Marshstl town onWednesday tbattendtheU illness ot who lives south of town TO HOlD FUNERAL services for Mr L FHeimeni who died at his home InStPaulSMinn Tuesday Sept 17 will be held liere in tlie Presbyterian church the J Gfosslielm of ficiating Mr Holmes was a former resident of Greene 276 IN enrollment for the schools is as follows high schooli post onesentors Si juniors34 sophomores32 fresh men 22 Junior high 44 jslxth Krade grade 20fouith srade 24 third gradeMS second gratlo 17 first iThe schbdl en rbllmerit I 120 The Trade enrollment la laBmaklrijratotal of 278 LEAVES HOSPITAL ThorntonIsbeing at Mrs HAVE BABY GIRL A baby girj was born Thursday evetilng to Mr and lira James who reside six miles north of here This Is their third child WILL CLOSE STORES It has been decided by businessmen to close tlieir stores on Wednesday night from now on until sprlnir This has beencusto inery here for the past few years RETURJSTO ILIJN07S ana Mrs Harry Prime Minister Ramsay Blac Donald who will visit the United States in October is snapped at Cowes England lie viewed Schneider Cup a ir races won by England Welgie of iNachufja Illand Jlrend Prank Fruitt IanfelltiGrove 111 visited several days at the I WLeese home here this week They returned home Friday after belngr gone two weeks i WERE ON Gladys and The doraJohnson Katlaf and Opal Simons Beas GarnetBes3 Stuart HazelTo biasFlorence Claytonarid Mrs Mary Carteriheld a picnic suppeu at Harrl Hampton recently GARAGE INTEREST has sold Interest in the C GMotor comiJany to Niels Krage who has beenIn tho employ of the firmfor several months Sj AMES Lichter and Paul Getlenfuldt left ITrlday forAmes wherethey will enroll at Iowa State college Both were outstanding play ers on Algonas football teams the last twoiyears REPAIR IN DOUGHEBTT aro mak ingrepairs on the front of the Me Aloon Solbergand Son store Also theroof tho First National bank Humboldt Resideint Dies After Short 7 Sickness7Was 82 HUMBOLDT Sept i following the funeral aeryipe held for his brotheririlaw Sanaiiel Eyenson whichwas held here Thurs day Osman Larson82 a residen iere 1882 died Thursday eve ning following a period of broken health Mr Larsoa had spentspni time at a hospital at Sioux Falls to his here the first of the week P He Soft a Mason City hospital Wednesclay i SPBTHODIST MEETING i William Xrosalejv pastor ofthe ME church Is In attendance atthe meeting of the pper Iowa conference otMethodist hurcheewhich Is beirinheld at Du uqua this week Mrs Orossley plans 0 loin him Saturday and remain over Sunday for the dosingprograms of lia session ATTEND BAPTIST CONTENTION Carr Mrand Mrs RichCan1 andMlES Kittle Hemp illl attended theBaptist association t Charles City Wcariesday COtlLTER but ermaTcerat Rookwell accompanied bytila wlta was iri Coulter Thursday looking after business Vniltters COMPLETE VISIT and Mrs Robert Stewart and son of Granite Falls MinnrandMrsMildrea Currell and daugrhter ot Clarkflcia Minn have completed their visithere ana have homes WA8IN INDIANA 1 iJa Grue has re turned from Indiana where ho spetit the summer with relatives REENTERS MEDICAL COLLE BE JAaKesen lias left for lls studies in ATTENbEp CONVENTION FARMER IS HURT INAUTOWRECK Hay Wagon Is Upset in Traf fic Jam on Road Near Hampton HAMPTON Moore was severely injured Thurs day afternoon when a truck brlrig ingsweet corn tothe canningfac tory here hit the hayrackhewas driving and demplished it Mr Moore whois employedat the Neilson dairy was coming into tcnvn near the Fred Heins farm when the truck came up behind him Aa it was passing another car approached and the truck crowded into the hay rack The team ranaway draggingthe injured man with them andby the time help reached him he wasun conscious Because of his age the injurise areserious One leg was badly bruised and wrenchedandshe SPBSHTS TO OPERATION Vernal Doud na hasbeen taken to Waterloo where she submitted to a major operation at the Allan Memorial hospital BABX BREAKS ARM tbe year old son Mr and Mrs Ed Schan fell oft a chair at bis home Wednesday breaking an arm near tlie elbow RETURN TO SCHOOL T P C U of tho Unlversallst church gave abanquet Friday evening to Jillss Margaret Stouehton and John PaulMurphy whohave returned to their studies in Ames BECOME PARENTS WORTH COUNTY LAWMAKERS ARE FEW IN NUMBERS 11 Men Have Been Sent to Capitol During Sessions NORTHWOOD Sept county has been represented in the state legislature by 11 men Most of them have been residentsof Northwood the county seat How V Manly and Polo Center also iave The first Worth county rhan to break the ice in the legislatures poli tical game was A CWalker who went tothe legislature as a repre sentative In 1878i Six years later George F Watson served1 a terra in the house ofrepresentatives and the following session two years later thecounty was represented bySi mon Rustad While the predecessors had held office for only one session V In each Instance H Xi Olson served in both the Thirtieth and first general assemblies during1904 and 1908 respectively Edwin Col lins of Northwood followed Olsonrih the Thirtyfourth legislature What is believed to be a complete list of those who have served from Worth Includes Charles F Jewell Polo Station J N Slosspn North wood J M Slosson Northwood AlblnCi Blackmore Northwood and H H Schulte Manly A C Walker Northwood George F WatsonNorthwood SimonRus tad Northwood H t Olson North wood Edwin Collins Northwood and Tollef C Rone Northwood Osage Boy Observes By Means ofMirror As Father Operates announce and Mrs Joey the birth of a son Sept 19 Mrs Gasteiger was be fpro her marriage Miss Marie Towne daughter of Mr Towns and Mrs T Willis arentTeachers Holds Election of Officers FREDRICKSETJRG Sept luslness meeting the Parent teachers association of Hickpr ark school district No 7 has bee leld at which time the following of icera for the ensuing year wer tlected President Homer Hadlej rtce president Clark Helmbolt an secretary and treasurer Olga Kem n The program commltee for Oc ober Is composed of Mr and Mrs Arnold Weldler TO VISIT SISTER Ed Dreljerhaa left Prairie Minn Tvhe re she will visit a sister tEAVE FOR VJSJT Johnson Bergen and her sister Mrs Anssrar have left for their brother at Min h WEBB INATkANTIC and Mrs Elt Shuemaker Frank andArlone have returned from Atlantic where they at tonfleda family reunion of Mrs Shue received a tiohs id and ne makers relatives number of bad lacera ENTERS SURGICALCLINIC Rev J J Skarp nesstook his Daughter Esther to bault Minn Friday morning tp sult a specialist Sho will BO thrivii clinic to ascertain whether an oper ation will be necessary GONE THREE WEEKS and Mrs Ben Felt have returned from a 3000 mile auto trip them Into the Dakotas and Canada They were eons three eeks GO TO CALIFORNIA 150 invlt d guests gathered in the town hal ere for a farewell party for Mr anc Irs George Pike and daughter Vlr and Mrs Pike expect t eave Saturday for their homo at I ertonCal PIONEERDIES AT LAKEMILLS Mrs A J Horvei 92 Will Be Buried in Silver Lake Church Yard sented at the meetWs of tho Cedar Valley association that denomlnn tlonwhich withheld at Chrirlso City this week Those In attendance were theBevAM TVbltby pastor Mrs Whltby 2lrsD T Dlllonv Mvs Dorothy1 Dwelle OSAGE Sept Lott Dr and Mrs Guy A Lott watched his own operation Thurs day for appendicitis while Dr Ro leff of Waveriy andDr Lott of Osage performed A mirror was placed so that Bruce couldwatch the performance on tissues dead ened bya local anesthetic WCTU Officers at CRESCO Sept elect Id offioera of the Cresco WCiT U held their firstmonthly meeting of the newyear of work Friday Sept 20 at the home of the president Mrs1J N SmithMrs A R Corn tsh gav e the lesson on Frances E Wlliard and the fiftietb anniversary to the presidencyof the national W C T U President Mrij Smith appointed the superin HBdentsof thevarious departments tad it was voted to purchase WC T U songbooks for the local union tUjNBSS SPOILS VACATION andMrs Elmer Haas and children have returned home from Benson 111 They were on a va cation but Mr Haas became 111 with ippendlcltlB and was taken to a hos pital for an operation RECOVERS FROM OPERATION Tim Well and Jllss Izctta Fletcher have gone to Roches ter Minn to visit Mr Well who is recovering from an operation LAKE MILLS Sept services lor Mrs A J Horvei who died Monday at the Silver Lake Lutheran church Mrs Horvei died after an illness of 10 days and was 92 years of age at the time of her death Shehad enjoyed good the time of bee recent sickness Mrs Horvei was themother of A Horvei Olai Horvei Oscar Horvei Lewis Horvei Mrs Henry Moe all of fhis place MrsVB N Troe of Emmon s and Mrs Agnes Furnesa of Emmons with made her home Services willbeheld at 1 oclock at the homeandat 2 oclock in the church Bqrlal will be made In the Silver Lake Mr is buried Miss ion Dwelle Hurfl andHorace Dwelle The delegates re turned Thursday evening after1 the RETUIXS TO WESLEY Miss Susie has returned toiler home here with Susie Gray alter spending the sum mer months at Dllllon Jlont and Seattle Waah y isltlngra sister and a brother HAS MANT POTATOES CRYSTAL The prlco of po tatoes haa been going up the last qouple of brothers are shippingout six carloads at a bushel H R Kluver reports 29 acres of potatoes iyet to pick CLARION Miss Ida Lundy lias re signed her position as assistant li brarian In order to attend school In Cedar Rapids Mrs R W Kenyon as sumes the position as assistant li brarian 1 TOSTACYVHUE LAKE Pet erson who lives ot Lako Millshas bought a home at Stney vllle Minn and together with her two daughters Edna and Juva will moveto that place nest week Mrs Peterson has beena resident ot this community for more thnn 30 HEAR ELDOBA MUSICIAN Apollo Music1 club gave an open iprbgranr Thursday at ttio Methodist church Mrs Boyd ac companied by Leonard of Eldora Kave program of American folk scripsand muHic WATERLOO RELATIVE DIES Sister Mary Bonaven ture has received word of the death of a niece In Waterloo IS RECOVERING ivho lias been 111 the past week Is able to be out andup town Iowa FallsPrepares For Huge Celebration Sept dates for United States an forthe governorship ofIowawi be the speakers at the annual fal festival to be held here Oct 2 an The first day of the holidayDa W Turner will speak ori matters o importance In Iowa and the secon afternoon Congressman L J Dick irison of the tenth district wi speak on national issues Big even on the twoday program will b mprning parades The first willbe staged by th people of the surrounding and the second day a displaywill b made by the business houses of th city Displays of stock and frraln and other farm products will t made Hand concertsand vaudevil aro on the program Fredlericksburg Boy Is Injured on an FREDRICKSBURG Sept 21 Harvey Kennedy a local small bo riding on a threshing enginewil his uncle Harold Beaver wa caught in the machinery here Thurs day evening His heel was crushed HANCOCKS OLDEST CHURCH Lake Mills Canning Factory Closes Big Frost Caused LAKE MILLS Sept 2iTli Lake Mils Canning company clostfl today after completing the largest packs In the history of the laclozjf With the steady run of fiveFreer a large acreage of corn has bee cared for The totaloutput of cpr numbers 125000 cases of numbs two cans The tomato department has beeaforced to shutdown after a comparative short run Grower here lost heavily when a hard i early thisweek destroyed plants Miss Alice Kester arid aunt Miss Elva Reeves will accompany him andwill visit a few days re turning home STERUNG STANDS FOR QUALITY ThJalIsth6iU P church at Garner It is believed to bethe oldest church building In Hancock county GARNER Sept of the 17 P church here celebrated he fiftiethanniversary or thejfor matlpb of the congregation with special service last Sunday The congregation which numbers more than 200 persons were ad dressed by the Rev David Lewis present pastor church The day was designated as family day and an unusuallylarge crowd was a attendance Special tribute was paid during the services to the memory of Mr David Gordon a veteran missionary to India who was the guiding spirit In the organization of the church here in 1873 Altho the congrega tion took form as an organization during that year the church was not builtuntil six years later prospered and the congregation increased In size ad ditionswere made to thebuilding from time to time A fullbasement has been built under the church which accommo dates large community gatherings of all kinds and affords excellent facilities for the Sunday school Bible classes Dougherty Students Are Leaving for Universit DOUGHERTY Sept nfl her of Dougherty students are le ing fortheir schools are Joseph Mullen Joseph Mui Dan Dougherty Francis Breenrt Edward Logan to Columbiacqlleg Dubuque Arthur Merfeld to t seminary at Baltimore Md Ma Kelsh to Iowa State university Iowa City and Miss Ann DaugheF to St Catherines St Paul Mir Miss Amy Austin 15 Is Dancing Teacher CLARION Sept people are highly elated over the success of Miss Amy Austin 15 year old daughter Mr andMrs R S Austin as a dancing instruc or Miss Austin is believed to be Iowas youngest dancing teacher Amy has nearly 15 small childton taking lessons from her classes be ing conducted twice each week and individual instruction given Many Students Plan to Leave Greene for Schools and Colleges Sept of our young people are leaving for school and otherwork this weeki Among those leaving to attend col lege are Ruth McCarthy Grinnell Merle Kahuda Kathleen Stark weather and Harry Drew Jr Ames Bessie Bowman and Persia PeeleyCedar Palls Elizabeth Wil son Julia Stager Galen Hezalread and Lyle Starkweather Iowa City LeahHeselread and Mary Clark will visit relatives In Montana Ma son Stober will assist as engineer at Lebanon Mo and Francis Kester will take up junior work at the ccl lege at Madison Wis His mother The Famous De French Marquisette Please compare this as we did and youll agree that it is the greatest cloth of its Mud the finest yarn the finest finish the finest mesh conseciuently the longest wear ing 2 WIDTHS YOU KNOW THEYRE FOWNES before you see the label The ellegant kids the distinctive i styles tell you that Service sat isfaction pride make Fowries Md 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