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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SEPTEMBER 21 1929 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEVEN WOMENS GROUPS INTRODUCE VARIETY INTO PROGRAMS Sorosis Club Gives Lunch for Member PanHellenic Board Meets to Outline Plans for Winter Womens club activities of var ious sorts are enlivening the social world just now Not content witn gathering for mere routine sessions the clubs are varying their pro grams with luncheon meetings to plan programs and with parties to honor former members as well as observing the usual schedule The Sorosis club met at the Home Tea room Saturday for an ex traordinary session The affair was a 1 oclock luncheon and the oc casion the visit of a former mem mer Mrs W L Ray of Hollywood The luncheon was given in her honor Regular meetings of the or ganization will not begin until Oct 10 The four members of the PanHel lenic board met at DamonIgous tea room Friday for luncheon and to make plans for the coming year It was decided to have the first meeting on Tuesday Oct 1 at the home oj Mrs L S Sanders All wo men in Mason City who belong to national sororities are welcome to the meetings and are eligible for membership The regular meeting of the Foit nightly club was held at the Home Tea Room Friday with Mrs J C Hanes 932 North Federal as host sss Following the 1 oclock luilca eon the club members went to the home of the hostess where they spent the afternoon socially They do not play bridge The club did not declare a recess this summer but had been meeting regularly thruout the vacation period A single event vhich will occupy a major position on the calendar o three clubs will be the open meet ing for all employed girla of the city to be sponsored jointly by the Tusalata and T N E clubs and tho Young Womens Council next Thursday night The affair will be held at the Y W A program of readings and music is planned for the gymnasium after which the guests and hostesses will hold 1 social hour in the Y W parlors The members of the sponsoring or ganizations will take the visitors thru the building on a tour of in spection FILEplRGES DNHrfffiTTIR County Attorney Seeks Ar rest of Man for Illegal Possession A county attorneys information was filed against Henry Potter Fri day evening charging him with ille gal possession of intoxicating li quors Potter was fined 550 and the fine suspended in the police court several weeks ago He was arrested Aug 3 at US South Federal ave nue when two halfpint bottles of liquor were found in his possession He is being sought by county offi cers AUTUMN ARRIVES Autumn arrives officially Mon day Sept 23 at a m Eastern Standard time At a majority of places where daylight saving time is in effect the change back to Standard time occurs Sunday Sept 29 BANDITS ENTER FILLING STATION AND KIDNAP MAN W H Files Chained to Tree Near Cornfield Seven Miles Away VJNTON Sept 21 young bandits about 22 and 18 years old respectively held up W H Files 54 rural filling station 10 miles west of Vinton on highway 218 robbed the station cash box of 55 and then kidnaped Files and chained him to a tree near a corn field seven miles west of the station Files managed to work himseTf free of the chains and escaped to spread almost immediate alarm The men drove up to the station in an automobile bearing state li cense nuriiber reported as R9482 made several small purchases anc then held up Files and his wife and Three Mason City Girls Pledge Sororities at Iowa Two Will Become Members of Kappa Kappa Gamma Three of Mason Citys younger feminine generation have declared their allegations to sororities at the state university at Iowa City this week Margaret Rule daughter of Mr and Mrs A D Rule3 Rock Glenn and Irene Holman daughter of Dr and Mrs H D Holman 615 Second street northwest pledged Kappa Kappa Gamma Mary Stevens daughter of Mr and Mrs Tracy Stevens 17 Ninth street northwest has become a pledge of Delta Delta Delta All three girls are entering the univer sity thla fall for the first time Miss Stevens and Miss Holman have both had work in the junior college but Miss Rule is a freshman A complete list the sororities and their pledges made available to the GlobeGazette by the Associated Press follows Alpha Chi Omega Mary Louiss Byrnes of Cedar Rapids Helen FeathersLone of Sioux City Angela Frank of Barnum Esther Lodwig of Sirniner Kayo Langueville of Ce dar Rapids Virginia Maxon of Tip ton Marjorie Oggel of Orange City LauraMae Peterson of Scranton Blanche Robertson of Council Bluffs Rhona Smith of Jefferson Evelyn Strom of Hartley and Ruth Weller of Iowa City Kappa Kappa Gamma Alice Boyd of Des Moincs Ruth Boyson of Cedar Rapids Hariet Copelaud of Chariton Myrtilla Daniels of Des Moines Lucille Higbee of Boone Irene Holman of Mason City Man Tine Jacobsen of Sioux City Jean Kellenberger ofDavenport Wilheni ina Koehler of LeMars Margaret Larimer of Cedar Rapids Agnes Lewison of Castor S Dak Georgia McCollister of Iowa City Jean McManus of Keokuk Dorothy Martin of LeMars Georgiana Pryor of Los Angeles Anne Root of Iowa City Jane Rudd of Des Moincs Margaret Rule of Mason City and Helen Young of Chicago Sigma Kappa Delorcs Belliff of Iowa City Hazel Brokaw Fort Dodge Dorothy Burch of Fort Dodge Evelyn Carmody of Melrose Mildred Fredrickson of Harlan Elizabeth Gray of Marshall Minn Mary Hruska of Cedar Rapids Ka therine Lubbock of Shellsburg Mil licent Martins of Aberdeen S Dak Lucille Reams of Malcolm Mary Robinson of Fort Dodge Alice Scheafer of Keokuk Wilma Mohler of Bedford Agnes Troptow of Iowa City and Margaret and Janet Locik wood Faulkton S Dak bel Stromson of Iowa City and Vir ginia Wilson of Waterloo Zeta Tau Alphs Lorene Headley of Marble Rock ZeldaRebelsky of Clinton Vera Poppen of Parkers burg Gwendolyn Minlsh of Iowa City Helen Schmidt of Dysart Frances Jewell of Anderson Mo Elizabeth Cornell of Osslan Lucille Ella Wlttlch of Muscatine Mary Doyle of Wamengo Kans and Florence Holstein of Denmark Kappa Alpha Theta Dorothy Blaylock of Newton Gertrude Brown of State Center Floy Bu chanan of Ray Colo Helen Collins or Knoxville Frances Doak of Win lereset Virginia Droz of Washing ton Lucille Keller of Ottumwa Dor othy Engle of Newton Lynette Ep person Iowa City Eleanor Holmes of Chicago Margaret Hin shaw of Spirit Lake Mary and Amy Houghtoa of Iowa City Helen Hus ted of Iowa City Pauline Larson of Clear Lake Rae Murrel of Cedar Rapids Audrea Price of Grundy Center Margaret Putnam of Car son Center Frances Reed of Des Moines Rebecca Schoolle of Green field Lois Show of Watertown S Dak Alyce Shawer of Grimes Mar1 RHmon anrl guerite Stevens of Iowa City Mary UlJUIIldll dllU Louise Stewart of Keota Sarah School News Voting Machine Is Demonstrated for History Classes High school students of the American history classes had the privllege of seeing the new voting machinedemonstrated in room 116 Wednesday by S W Pain represen tative of the company manufactur ing the machine This machine has advantages over the Australian ballot in that no one can make a mistake less lime is taken to vote Ihe votes cannot be cancelled and It saves much time in counting the votes The votes are added by 400 adding machines on the back The voter can cast a straight party ticket or a split one which ever he chooses The vote can be changed as many times as needed as they are not registered until the curtain is pulled back When tho curtain is pulled back the machine is locked and leaves the face of the machine as it was when the voter first entered Alano White of Ida Grave Phi Mti Winifred Belfrage of Sergeant Bluffs Darleen Duke of Birmingham Kathryn Haight of Winfield Marjorle Keiser of Ken kuk Edith Neff of Brooklyn and Mildred Orr of Whiting Delta Gamma Dorothy Atwell of Fort Dodge Margaret Carey of Clinton Beth Calm Sterling III Priscilla Grain of Iowa City Doro thy Dollerbide of Davenport Mar tha Graham of Waterloo Esther Gue of Marshalltown Betty Jack of i Fort Leaveuworth Kans Mary Lysbetli Kelley of Savannah Mo Hanzetta McHugh of Wyoming Ruth Matson of Cedar Ranlds Mary Moen of Onawa Elizabeth Moore head of Falrfield Dorothy Munrer of Cedar Raoids Edith Nicol of Ce dar Rapids Mary Page of Dubuque Alice Rodamer of Waterloo Mary Jo Shirmer of Sioux Falls S Dak Helen Smith of Newton and Mar garet Stevens of Iowa City Chi Omega Mildred Boger Evonston 111 Catherine Clements of Cedav Ranlds Virginia Cone of Iowa City Ruth Crew of Marlon Merle Enefle of Muscatine Helene Griffin of Charles City Gertrude Hammer of Washintrton Pauline Harken of Riclilancl LaVaun Hey man of Moville Ruth Howard of Charles City Pearl Jensen of Grnet tinfrer Theo Merwin of New Mil ford Conn Louis Springer of El In Opening Games For Last Two Years Billman and Wright are the only oys who sat on the platform at he pep assembly Friday morning who appeared in the opening games of both last year and this Evron Karges of the Y M C A led the yells and called upon members of ho quad for brief talks Three others of last years squad who would have played have injuries which prevented them from playing Saturday They are Manningwho ias injured his toe Adams and Grimm have crippled legs Approximately GO boys have been out to practice and are working hard under the coaching of Clayton Sutherland and Howard Barker been to the bank earlier and there was only small change in the box Sheriff R L Whelan of Vinton declared the car had been reported stolen at Fort Madison He notified I rfn II Helen Baxter of West Lib Delta Delta Delta The following ertv and Mildred Swartz of Well were pledged to Delta Delta Delta Beta Helen Jean Davenport Honora Car escaped with the cash box Files had Erma Anderson of Marshalltown Gamma Phi Marion Benesh of Cedar Rapids Brant of Jeanette Bruce of Kearney Nebr Marie Drake and Wilma Drake of Walnut Genevieve Fuller of Center villc Margaret Hice and Hester roll of St Louis Dorothy Clark of Lawrence Kans Mary Jo Collins of independence Mary David of Oska I loosa Catherine Dav of Clinton LOCAL RAILROAD NEWS Chicago Great Western Railroad B R Harris was appointed assist ant general freight agent with head quarters at Chicago it was an nounced by the traffic department The appointment became effective Sept 16 His predecessor G R Mac Lean resigned to accept service with the Western Trunk Line com mittee W E Semmer was named to fill the vacancy left by Mr Harris as general agent freight department with headquarters in Minneapolis This appointment also became ef fective Sept 16 According to a Chicago bulletin Ihe railroad handled 7064 revenue freight cars for the week ended Sept 7 against 6836 for the same week last year and for the week ended Sept 14 7565 cars against 7439 for the same week last year For the month of August the total read 34413 a new record as against 31827 in August 1928 and an in crease of 2686 or per cent W L Seeley Industrial agent Chicago was a business caller Fri day John Hancock Oil company is erecting a bulk oil storage station on Great Western property at North Monroe avenue and Fifth street Sam C Daniels Omaha traffic passenger agent Chicago Burling ton and Quincy railroad company was a visitor Thursday C P Bowsher northern traffic representative Milwaukee Kansan and Tennessee lines Chicago was n business caller Thursday The head offices advice the local department that reduced rates will be offered to all football games at University or Minnesota Minne apolis Drake university at DCS HIGH SCHOOL BRIEFS the state bureau of investigation at ice of West Liberty Laurine Florence Beaten of Iowa City Vir Des Moines and authorities in T f jrinia Fish of Waterloo Louise Hey rounding towns APPELTONHELD IN BOOZE CASE Roe Thompson Files County Attorneys Information Against Negro County Attorney Roe Thompson filed information against J G Ap pleton Negro 330 Fourth street northeast on charges of illegal pos session and transportation of intox icating liquor Friday night Appleton was arrested Saturday morning by police and brot to the station but escaped thru a rear door while the officer was busy in an other room Appleton was arrested Sept 1 by police when he was found in an in toxicated and belligerent condition in a car in front of 25 First street southeast As Officer Hrubetz who saw the man quarreling with an other Negro approached Appleton started the car and Hrubtez jumped to the running board ordering him to stop Appleton Ignored the order and drove up on the sidewalk A quart bottle of what purported to be alcohol was lyingin the back seat and as the officer attempted to get it Appleton resisted him and threw the bottle out of the car Appleton then crew a knife out of his pocket but was unable to open it and when Officer Hrubetz at tempted to take the weapon from him the man threw the knife away He was taken to the station charged with disorderly conduct and was fined In police court A warrant Is out for his arrest Secretary of War Good in Hospital WASHINGTON Sept 21 Secretary Good today was admitted to Walter Reed hospital to undergo treatment for a severe attack of neuritis in his right arm The secre tary of war returned here yesterday from Albany N Y where he ad dressed the Intracoastal Waterways association On the advice of his personal phy sician and army physicians he en tered Walter Reed early today He probably will remain there for a week SEIZE BRITISH LIQUOR VESSEL Cargo Taken by Coastguard Off Montauk Point NEW LONDON Conn Sept 21 British auxiliary schooner Vinces was peized with a cargo of liquor of an estimated value of 000 off Monlauk Point early today The seizure was made by the coast guard patrol boat CG290 Seven men were aboard the ves sel The patrol boat brot the schooner to the coastguard base and held the crew under heavy guard pending ar rival of the customs authorities Deputy Collector Jeremiah Dillon of the customs service decided that the boat was seized within New I of Iowa City York jurisdiction and that it would probably have to be taken to New York The cargo of alleged contraband ia represented by about 1000 cases of assorted liquor It was learned this apparently represented only part of the original cargo bray of Waterloo Lucille Murray of Cedar Rapids Marjorie Ocheltree cf Tipton Ethel Paine of Iowa City Elizabeth Popham of Marengo Mary Stevens of Mason City and Dorothy Wiltsey of Jefferson Alpha Xi Delta Sarah Abbott of Clarlnda Virginia Allredge of Des Moines Ruth Bishop of Ahjona Shirley Brooks of Belmond Gretch en Gibbs of Iowa City Darlene Grant of Greenfield Helen Hille man of State Center Dorothy Hunt of Ottumwa Frances Kaufmann of State Center Julia Mace of Mason City Maurine Richardson of Sigour ney Irene Turner of Kellerton and Hazel Wallingof Storm Lake Phi Omega Pi Elizabeth Binder ofBurlington Marian Frey of Ea gle Grove Florence Lawton of Al den Ruth Moore of West Brancu Nellie Nichols of Burlington and Katherine Sulgrove of Greenfield Theta Phi Alpha Burkharda Bey er of Carroll Margaret Jane Griffin of Riverside Jeanette Holubek of Iowa City Margaret Hutchinson of Waukon Harriet Neufcld of Daven port Eileen Quinn of DeWitt Joan of Marion and Mary of Rochester Minn Mary Elizabeth Kehoe of Cedar Rarnda Mildred Kennedy of Lawton Okla Kncatha Kenvon or Waterloo Alice Lovejoy of Waterloo Esther Lovc iov of Waterloo Leon McNallv of Walnut Mary Louise Moore of Wal nut Margaret Sibort of Des Moines Genevieve Smith of Dubuque Frances Stearns of Corydon Poly Thompson of Miami Okla Frances Stetto of Waterloo Catherine Thompson of Waterloo Beatrice Vetter of Muscatine Carma Wagner of Rcinbeck Lucille Wingert of Tlp ton Mary Wheat of Shell Rock and Rhody Fisher of Peorla 111 Family Is Seeking Old Scalping Knife HAVERHILL Mass Sept 21 attempts to pur chase the knife used by Hannah Dustin In scalping Indians may finally be brot to a successful con clusion by the DustonDustiu Fam ily association the 70 members of which are all direct descendants of the historically famous Indian killer On March 18 1G97 Hannah stepped into the pages of history when she and her childrens nurse were captured by redskins during an attack on Haverhlll When their captors camped for the nlgbt tho two women and an English youth killed and scalped the entire band with the exception of a squaw and a little boy A New Hampshire man has been in possession of the kntfe for years and has steadfastly refused to part with It It is now understood by the association that the owner has con sented to bequeath the relic to Han nahs descendants Kappa Delta Florence Bailey of Cleveland Ohio Verna Hasenmiller of Davenport Margaret MIsek of Cedar Rapids Estella Strohbeen of Walcott and Thelma Westberg of Des Moines Alpha Delta Pi Bernice Ansel of Iowa City Frena Bunze of Charles City Marjorie Castor of Larrabie Eleanor Cherney of Independence Melba Coontz of Garden Grove Dor othy Jane Fluke of Clinton Harriet Hilpert of Keokuk Jean Lackey of Charles City Jeanne McArthur of Storm Lake Edith Mahon of Clin ton Marie Nelson of Atlantic Theor dora P Lostas of Chicago Leona Rowe of Ottumwa Esther Schwid der of Wall Lake Dorothy Sturt ridge of Valley Junction Gladys Trailer of Atlantic Eloise Anderson and Martha Gordon of Ottumwa Delta Zeta Colesto Gaumer of Lone Tree Ruth Beggs of Whiting Laura Koop of Monticello Vivian Kuhl of Davenport Jeanne Welsh of Davenport Myrl Hambleton of Bloomfield1 Marian Baker of Lono Tree and Margaret Clendenning of Keots Pi Beta Phi Katherine Agrjew of Independence Kmllie Baker of Bur lington Dawn Barger of Iowa City Margaret Boettcher of Traer Veona Cook of Otturawa Mary Jane Cum mins of Davenport Grace Donovan of Iowa City Betty French of Des Mofnes Erma Goeppinger of Boone Charlotte Kittredge of Ottumwa EstherKraushwer of Aberdeen S Dak Alice Pogemiller of Iowa City Mary Margaret Revane of Keokuk Virginia Shlpfer of Slgourney Ma Rob Filling Station At Vinton Sheriffs On Lookout for Car Word was sent to local sheriffs and police that two men about 2i yenvs old roughly dressed held up a filling station tied the attendant to a tree at Vinton at 11 oclock Saturday morning and headed north west from that town in a new Chev rolet sedan green in color and bear ing the Iowa license plates R94S2 Both men were described as wearing rough clothing one redheaded and with a mustache weighing about 160 pounds and standing about 5 feet 8 inches The other confederate was called darkcomplexioned by the station attendant The amount of money taken was not mentioned Tho G A A membership drive started Tuesday morning to con tinue until Friday Sept 27 the day of the banquet According to Thurs days report seniors are ahead with the juniors and sophomores tied and the freshmen are holding last place Miss Luelda Carlton English in structor in the Junior college did not meet her classes Friday because she was confined at her home with a bad cold Latin teacher Andy will you send sevoral copies of Virgil to room 321 Andy I sent them Virgils ade noids up last week Members of the G A A cabinet will be the guests of Phoebe Sher man this weekend at the Sherman cottage at Clear Lake The party attended the Mason CityNorthwood game Saturday The HiY cabinet and members have decided to take complete charge of the score board at all football games of the Junior college and high school They will also op erate a confectionery stand Miss Adela Hanson new dram atic coach was greeted with loud applause in the Tuesday morning assembly when she read The Harp Weaver by Edna St Vincent Mil lay She was accompanied at the piano by Miss Ellen Smith music instructor Altbo reports from the high Kchool rmd grades are incomplete it is expected that the aale oC football tickets thru the dimeaweek plan will be much larger than that of last year R E Nyquist states that complete returns will be ready next week llolnes Iowa State college Univer sity of Iowa and Creighton at Omaha also special coast fares to Florida beginning Oct 15 Chicago Northwestern J W Anderson assistant gen oral superintendent of motive pow er and machines Winoha Minn was a business caller Tuesday J W HIrd chief clerk returned from a two weeks vacation Monday G B Moore master mechanic Belle Plaine was a business caller Tuesday cngi busl I Rlcnardson division neer Sioux City transacted ness at the local office Thursday C H Wingett district agent Ce dar Rapids was a business caller Monday Mrs Esther Deert has resigned her position as roadmasters clerk ICock Island Lines H W Odlc city freight and pas senger agent drove to Iowa Falls Thursday and to Greene Friday on business J J Clifford claim adjuster Chi cago was a business caller Thurs day Miss Pauline Hurley spent the weekendin Cedar Rapids Betty Braheny daughter of local freight agent left Tuesday for Du buque to enter Clark college Henry Boaworth special agent Cedar Rapids was a business caller Wednesday W M Baker traveling freight agent Chicago Burlington and Quincy railroad Davenport and E M Nelson coal agent for the same line were business callers on Thurs day The Milwaukee Road Mary Gene Braheny stenogra pher superintendents office loft Saturday morning for a two weeks vacation in Chicago with friends and relatives Arthur Holmgren chief cleric store department is in Minneapolis having been called there by ttie death of his mother Carl Donovan chief yard clerk Julius Wiele trainmasters clerk are enjoying two weeks vacation H J Veit engineer from the west I D division was a business call er Friday The Minneapolis and St Louis Hood Mrs Lottie R Barrett cashier local freight office returned from a two weeks vacation F J Murray special agent Min neapolis visited In the local office early this week W E Pulford special representa tive freight claims department Minneapolis was a business caller Thursday J R Swan traveling agent A R T company Des Moines was a bus1 ness caller Wednesday H G Christiansen general agent C A R R Minneapolis was a visitor Thursday United Brethren to Meet in Waterloo MARSHALLTOWN Sept 21 7 1930 conference of the United Brethren church was awarded to Waterloo at the final business ses sion of this years conference here today More than 300 delegates were present Special services will be held Sunday when appointments for the coming year will be announced Bishop A B Stratton will speak at the Sunday morning services AL JOLSON Starts Today Instead of Monday ENTIRE WEEK GET OUT AND ROOT It isnt too late take advantage of time Give your first period teacher the sum of a Get out there and root raise the roof for your team Yell and get them enthused So theyll get up their steam Help the gang win the game with out trouble or fuss They can win if you help take It from us Collins INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS We still have a few exceptional buys in USED TRUCKS amongwhich we have INTERNATIONAL DODGE and GMC to coose from If you are in the market for a used truck do not fail to see these International Harvester Co OF AMERICA 23 8th St S K And now In fullest measure color ful With summers beauty stored so rich and bright With verdure ctenr and blossoms varied shades Tho grass tho flowers tho shrubs nml evergreens Display so proudly their exquisite hues That men may see and seeing may admire Ere the autumn frosts the show must Tho leaves and petals wilt the colors dull And evergreens alone until the spring ftlnke known that Nature Is bnt fn a sleep Beneath her blanket white of friendly snow And will awake more lovely than before Then let me hasten once more to survey Her jrrandeur which so soon will fade away Invite Everyone to ive Out and See Beautiful Memorial Park TODAY You will say that this carefully landscaped garden park offers the eye one of the greatest treats it can enjoy in Cerro Gordo County Moreover when you see Memorial Park next year you will appreciate more fully the con stant improvements and refinements being carried out from year to year You are always welcome to enjoy the beauties of Memorial Park Drive in any clay If you are interested in learning of the saving made possible by selecting a lot before October 10th your inquiry will receive prompt and courteous attention No obligation in having our representative call Memorial Park Cemetery and Mausoleum Company of Iowa MASON CITY IOWA 435 M B A Building Telephone 172   

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