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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY PLAN REPLY TO HOOVER GREETING W C Tl U Convention Told Temperance Rests Upon Individual INrIANAFOLJSrInd Sept 21 UP The National Womans Tem perance union holding Its fiftyflfpi convention herehad under consideration its reply to a greet ing from President Hoover as he declared the cause of temperance rests upon the conviction of the individual of the personal value to himself of temperance in all things A reply to Mr Hoover will be framed and dispatched before the conclusion of the session next Wed nesday night In hia letter the president said be was daily impressed with the great need for extended work of educa tion in the inorai physical and eco nomic benefits of temperance He also asserted that too many pie have come to rely whollyupon the strong arm of the law to abstinence DrH E Barnard of Indianapolis executive secretary of President Hoovers child welfare commission was on the forenoon program His subject was the whitehouse con ference on child health and protec tion FINO BUDDY OF SERGEANT YORK Unassuming Worker Founc to Be Corporal Cutting of War Fame BROOKLINE Mass Sept 21 quiet employe of the Brookline highway department approached his superintendent with a request for time off Asked the reason he re luctantly produced a letterfrom army war college inviting him as one of the seven survivors of Sergt Alvin C Yorks famous exploit in the Argohne offensive to come to the annual military exposition in Washington Otis D Merithew the modest em ploye was it developed the Cor poral William B Cutting mentioned in Sergeant Yorks book Wounded he fought beside the sergeant day 132 Germans surrendered to seven Americans Merithew said he had signed ap for the army name for no He was living under an assumed particular reason 0 at that time in Bridgeport Conn After the war he wrote the war department giving his true name but his associates and friends here never knew until tbday was r Corporal Cut i Merithew not only got permis sion to make the trip but hell get fullpay for his services while he is employers an at Washington his nounced in His Last Bow as Bactielpr PLAINVTLLE Conn Sept John Coqlidge with a group ofiri tlinate friends made his farewell bow as a bachelor last night event took place at the Elm Tree innat Farmington near here and was a surprise to the son of the former president He had decided tb forego the traditional bachelor dinner prior to his marriage on Monday to Miss Florence Trura Had SixCourse Dinner Eleven ofhis friends however decided otherwisei and arranged a sixcourse steak dinner in his honor Theprospective bridegroom was in a Jovial mood laughing and joking hosts the night at the home of Governor Trumbul arranging to go to hisi office this morning and return this afternoon for a rehear the wedding State police have been assigned to the Trumbull home and the Plainville Congregational church to insure privacy during the rehearsal Guests at the wedding on Monday will be Hiriitedto 82 althp 400 will attend the reception 6n the Trum bull lawn after the ceremony Florence Got License Miss Trumbull yesterday obtained the marriage license at the office of the town clerk Both she and Coolidge had made application for j it lastr Saturday Tonight Miss Trumbull and her fiance will beguests at a dinner dance to be given by her cousin Esther Trumbull who will be one of the bridal attendants Clear Lake Kathryn McGowan Editor Office Phone No 239 DeWiggtna Manager Residence Phone No 67 WCTU RAISE FUNDS Social at School House Fol lows Short Pro gram CLEAR LAKE Sept 21 Tha W C T U funds were increased by 20 as the result of a pie social given Friday evening in the Grant Centerschool house Mrs F M Lea was in charge of ashort program and Mrs James Miller autcioneer forthe On the program were Helen Shields who sang two solos Iris Carr with selection Mrs CBorton and Mrs William Guest who gave readings and Mrs Nora White who is leader of the chil drens work gave a short talk and presented the children of the L T L class in a demonstration CLEAR LAKE LOCALS LEGION ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Thornton Group Plans to Attempt Community Projects THORNTOrT sept An ton Juhl post of the American Le gion held a banquet and business meetingat the Thornton hotel Tuesday evening Officers elected were J W Jajnes commander Pete Wonsmos vice commander Miss Mary Peter sen chaplain H W Alexander ad jutant Pete Peterseh finance of ficer John Pehr sergeant at arms Dr T W Parish historian Pete Wohlef liason officer Henry Gas pers ILpuie Neve James Nielsen Harry Engebretson and Roy dem ons executive committee Afterthe election of officers Commander Nielsen spoke of the necessity of outliningactivity for he coming year Severs motions n that direction were adopted by he Legion at this meeting Mo otfaer DRMWK Golden e Crush Made from FRESH Oranges Its brand from treeripened every dayf equeezed sunrich a taste of peel and a zippy hint of lemon added Expertly blended with a dash of sugar pure food color and natural citrus tritit acid for tang Then its charged with carbonated crystal water Bubbling over with thirstjoy sparkling with refreshment Vitamins aplenty Treat your KinTinTin In River theater tonight 10 and 30c Harold Vedeler has been viting at the home of his mother Mrs Cora Vedeler for thepast six weeks left this week for Madison Wis where he will take post grad uate work Mr Vedler has been in the Iowa City research station di rected by Dr E D Starbuck for the past two years He was grad uated from the State University in 1925 and has also taken work at Leland Stanford university of Cali fornia Special Sunday Dinner Watkins Cafe Mr and Mrs A H Dean have returned to their home on the north shore after two weeks on the Earl Dean farm east of Mason City Mr and Mrs Earl Dean spent the two Weeks in Yellowstone park Fried springchicken dinner Sun day 50c Lester Cafe 408 2nd NW Miss BUUe Milne left Saturday Juorniagfor Grinnell where she will resume her college work She was accompanied by her father and mother the Rev and Mrs W B Milne i For enamel finish Heatrolaheater Good as new Call 37 Clear Lake Mr and Mrs Jay McGowun went to Hampton Friday evening where they joined Mrs McGowans par ents Mr and Mrs Frank King on a motor trip to Chicago They exr pect to be gone a week Mrs Gowana position in the ClearLake GlobeGazette office will be filled by Hope Heffner Meyer of Mar sailles Hi For apts steam heated 25 and up Hotel Rogers The Misses Clara Laura and Jewell Peterson of Sioux Falls S Dak were guests for a few days this week at the home of their aunt Mrs Anna Jorgenson North Fifth street They were driving to Iowa City where Jewell will enter the State University of Iowa Mr and Mrs F til Meinecke have returned from an auto trip in the north and west They spent several days in Hot Springs S Dak and Newcastle Wyo with friends and relatives Mrs Metnecke reports that once in their travels they encountered a snowstorm while driving thru the mountains Mrs F E Owen of Fort Dodge Is the guest of her daughter this week at the Ben Slemmons home on the north shore Miss Bess Ehle who Is employed in the postoffice left Friday for a AT PARK THEATER Twin Bods coming to the Park theater Clear Lake for three daysstarting Sunday SOCIAL CALENDAR Reading club with Mrs George Bourne Mason City Daughters of Union Veterans meet at library Gordo Rural W C T TJ at homeof Mrs F M Tec club luncheon at Lions cafe Do Your Bit club with Mrs John Eeal Longer club with Mrs John Boggs Rotary clubat I O O F hall Y B bridge clubwith Mrs Bernice ONeill FARM AGENT TO DEMONSTRATE Election of Officers to Be Held at Wednesday Meeting CLEAR LAKE Sept demonstration of the cleaningand canning of chicken by the bloodless method will be given by Myrtle Johnston of the Farm Bureau Fed eration at the Lakeside church Wednesday afternoon There will be an election of town ship officers and district leaders and all women of the township are invited to attend Carnival Dance Opens First of Winter Series CLEAR LAKE Sept firstof the winter scries of oldtime modern dances was held Friday eve ning in the1C P hall Confetti ami horns were passed out to the 75 couples attending Dances weio called by Charles Comstock These dances will be held every two weeks thruout the winter with the Hazel Hyde Huber orchestra playing DUDE RANCHERS ARE BOUND FOR EASTERN HOMES Winter Is Settling on West ern Ranges as Visitors Leave SHERIDAN Wyo Sept 21 UP is settling on the vast stretches of Wyoming and with the signs of snow wind and cold the most colorful residents of the dude packing up their fur bedecked chaps silver splated spurs 10 gallonhats andare treking their way to Chi cago or New York duderanchers dont like the cold and few of them stay thru the winter Aio Saying Farewell Meantime the scores of ranchers who turn their places over to the summer cowboys and cowgirls commonly called dudes are sadly bidding goodbye to their guests after a record breaking season So successful has dude ranching become that many of the ranches have capacity reservations for the 1930 season already on hand ac cording to T Joe Cahill secretary of the Dude Ranchers association and one of the wests most colorful characters In the summer the office work era businessmen and women who crave the life of the great open spaces come west to live a rough life It is the business of the ranch era to see that the life of these sum mer visitors is all that It ia expected to be Tourist Business Pays Camping trips where the guests must rough not too rough two weeks vacation at Rock Rap provided Wild horses but i fr Was accomPanIed by fler not too be ridden Hunt sister VelvQ Ehle Mrs H H Paulson find daughter Mrs Ole Ashland left Friday for a few days visit with Mrs Paulsons father A W Peterson of Marathon CLEAR LAKE Sept the screen version of Mar garet Mayo and Salisbury Fields famous stage farce is coming to the Park theater Sunday Monday and Tuesday This First NationalVita phone 100 talking comedy stars Jack Mulhall and the cast includes Patsy Ruth Miller his leading lady Edythe Chapman and ZazuPitts whose work as comedienne is better than ever before Patsy Ruth Miller as the bride wanted twin beds and a trip to Eur ope How she got the latter through the former is the theme of this rol lickingfarce adapted from the stage play Clover Bloat Kills Three Valuable Cows WHTTTEMORE Sept Grienert a farmer northwest of town has lost three fine Holstein heifers from some form of bloat It was caused from eating The cattle had been turned into a stubble field in which clover had been planted 3CSold Icy Cold j kept on never on the eopnter Ask for it where you see this Crushy eian MASON CITY BOTTLING CO PHONE 85 RHEUMATOLICIST Treats only rheumatic diseases More than 35 years of experience in this specialty subacutc chronic muscular or myositis neuralgia or neuritis sciatica lum bago arthritis deformans rheumatic heart stomach and intestines Office 409 First National Bank Building Hours 8 a m to 4 p m Ask for booklet on rheumatism it is free Address A Oshana M D Mason City Iowa Park Theater CLEAR LAKE SUN MON TUES THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL HOAR ing trips with al the thrills and dan gers of Theodore Roosevelts ex positions also are provided The cattlemen whose vast ox panses have provided the beef of a nationhave found that the tourist business pays more than the cattle business so he has combined the two and in most cases only a few competent cowhands are required to do herd duty Tho city dudes Just dote on riding herd and even are willing to pay for the privilege Iowa Flyer Lands After Being Lost in Fog SIOUX CITY Sept 21 being lost in a fog while flying from Sioux Falls to Sioux City Johnny Livingston widely known stunt flyer of Waterloo and winner of the class B national air derby race in 1928 landed safely at Lakeview Iowa late Friday Livingston took off from Sioux Falls where he had participated in i the dedication of the airport and I after he had failed to arrive at the I airport hero several hours later of ficiate both here and in Sioux Falls began a search for him Livingston telephoned he had landed at Lakeview JACK MIJLHALL and PASTY RUTH MILLER in A 100 Talking Singing Dancing Vilaphono Laugh Hit ALSO TWO ACTS Mat Sun oncl S0 Eve and 10c Mrs Pyle Entertains at Bridge Luncheon CLEAR LAKE Sept W C Pyle was hostess at a bridge luncheon at her home on the north short Thursday afternoon The tables were decorated with tiny ca noeg which served as place cards and nut cups and the centerpiece was a large goldenrod filled canoe Prizes were awarded for high and low scores to Mrs Ben Slemmons and Mrs Ray Dodge Out of town guests were Mrs Spalla and Mrs Underkoffer both of Britt GATHER INCOME TAX STATISTICS Iowa Men Prepare Informa tion for Consideration by Iowa Legislature WASHINGTON Sept H Cook and J W Reynolds mem bers of the Iowa state board of as sessment and review left here today for Iowa armed with data which is to be presented to the i state legis lature as the foundation for the much discussed Iowa income tax law Our Washington trip was de voted toascertaining as nearly as possible the exact sum which an in come tax would yleld in revenue to the state Mr Cook stated States Iowa Situation There has been an income tax bill before the legislature at Des Moines for some time but the dis cussion of the measure has been sorely handicapped by lack of ade quate information as to how the law would work if enacted The moat important fact necessary before any such law could be enacted is an accurate idea of the revenue it will yield We believe that we have gathered enough figures on I0wa in comes businesses past taxes and on the income taxes of the other stales and the federal government to enable us to prepare a report for the legislature i He and Mr Reynolds said they had no idea at present whether the law before the legislature for some time vOS need to he altered radi cally They had no opportunity to go deeply iijto the statistics gath ered before they left here They said however that the data would be molded into form for a report to the lawmakers at their next ses sion Visit Iowa Senators They spent most of the day dis cussing the Iowa situation with P R Baldridge deputy commis sioner of internal revenue at the SEPTEMBER 21 Bureau of Internal Revenue here From him they gathered most of the information necessary to their task During their Washington stay the two visited Senators Smith Brpokhart and Daniel Steckv The in come tax possibilities inIowa Were discussed with both senatorsValong with other topics Mr Reynolds who is democratic national com jiiitteemari also talked politics briefly but declined to go into any discussion for publication He is from Crest on and Cook is from Des Moines i The two visited Washington on their way to Iowa fromthe con vention at Saranac N YV of National Tax association they also gathered informatiu which will be useful In their worli at the Iowa capital thl i A petition in bankruptcy haa bee filed by the creditors of Loul SwehlSwho fqrmerly operatedth Hanford garage here The petitio was filed in the federal court at Moines Thursday and the served oh Mr Swehla here Friday Among the petitioners are the Pisl J Tire company and the Stodda Tire shop here AT THE THEATERS CLEAR LAKE CAFE CHAS RITZ Prop SUNDAY SEPT 22 MENU 75c DINNER Cream of Tomato Soup OneHalf Fried Chicken on Toast TBone Steak Dill Pickles 50c DINNER Cream of Tomato Soup Casserole Chicken Dill Pickles 40c DINNER Roast Prime Riba of Beef Brown Gravy Roast Legof Pork with Apple Sauce Mashed or Steamed Potatoes Baked Sugar Corn Head Lettuce Thousand Island Dressing Assorted Pies Coffee Tea Milk Iowa Instructors Will Visit State University IOWA CITY Sept 21 structors in various subjects in the public schools of the stale will be invited to a series of conferences at the University of Iowa during the coming school year The first of thesemeetings for superintendents will be held Oct S to 5 Others already scheduled for teachers in various subjects include mathematics Oct 11 and 12 sci ence Oct 21 to 26 English Nov 21 to 25 History Latin nnd modern language conferences will be held In February Nmvorry servico on YOUR CARS electricnl system is offered by this shop Thoroknowl edge hacked Iy Al skill equipment assures dependable work AL JOLSON Starts Today Instead of Monday ENTIRE WEEK Dr Harold Jennings Osteopathic Physician Obstetrician to 435 M B A Building Of f ice Phone 3789 Res Phone 2861JR Walls and ceilings of lasting beauty LOWE BROTHERS MELLOGLOSS is a washable paint for th walls and ceilings of every room in the home It is easy to ap ply and covers awide surface economically1 It dries quickly to a smooth permanent eemigloss finish that can easily be cleaned with soap and water or Lowe Brothers Cleaner Particularly good in the kitchen and bathroom We carry a complete assort 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