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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                asbti City News onThisPage 21 1929 COMING EVENTS Sept High school football game of season Mason City vs Northwood at Roosevelt stadium Sept picnic In East park Oct chest cam paign Oct Izaak Walton convention in Mason City City News BANK Nbrth Iowas Home Dr DcSart Osteopath M B A Dance White Pier Saturday night Sept 21 Tom Gates Orchestraf The Drapery Shop Is sellingall of ttsstock before October 1st Buy your new curtains now Do you need a little extra heat gas Radant heaters while they last Peoples Gas Electric Co A birth certificate for Bernard Leroy son of Mr and Mrs Ray Ar thur Sharp Rockford was filed in the office of the clerk Friday We 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 C F Kriz 625 M B A BloV Phone 1181 Office open evenings Mr and Mrs M C Coughlon justice of the peace and Mr and Mrs Joseph Pedelty constable left early Saturday morning on a vaca tion in central Missouri They wlli be gone several weeks Special Sunday Dinner Watkins Cafe Clear Lake Chicken Dinner Sun day 12 to 2 pm 75c at Home Tea Room 218 North Delaware Capt ft A Greaves DCS Moines district r recruiting officer spent B nday m Mason City arranging for a new recruitingoffice above the Foster drug store 101 South Fed cral avenue Sergeant J D Overbey officer in charge expects to mov from thetent in Central Park t nisnew quartersby Oct V11 be anlnS yourself a favor by the immediate purchase of Cities Service Profit Sharing Diversified Investment Ask C F Kriz 625 M E open 50c For Sale Brit bMket For Rent Several fine houses in desirable locations to per month Also fine office rooms INQUIRE JURY RULING FOR COMMERCIAL IS AGAINST QUEVLI Defendant Must Pay Note and Interest Ver dict Late A verdict for the plaintiff the re banT inof the citycommerJia uf and interest was returned by a jury at oclock Saturday morarng after a prolonged delibera The contention of Mrs Quevli had been that the bank receivership nau already taken possession of col lateral covering the 55000 note The plaintiff alleged that this collat es taken to offset part of a note given by Mr Quevli The case went to the jury late 5y aftemoon arguments had been madeby R p Clough at torney for the receivership and and W L Bliss for the defendant The witness for the plaintiff included a half dozen individuals connected with the now defunct institution The jurors in the case were W J Helbing 604 Twenlfth street north east Lloyd Bfjrgin street southeast Wobdschall 203 wghth place southeast George Wilcox 1423 North President ave ue Mrs Earl Kellogg R F sro George PMarines Gildner Bro Jiers c A Sears Mason City Charles L Nichols 1 Lincoln flats Joel L Hanes 411 Fifteenth street northwest C Lawrence Payne 09 Twentieth street southeast V N Wallace and Mary Carroll Clar Lake NOTE CASE Gov Clyde M Reetl of Kan sas will be the speaker at the noon notaryChamber of Com merce luncheon at the Hotel Hanford when businessmen and farmers from Kansas and Oklahoma on a tour of the west will be guests INSTALffRlP AT CLARKSVILLE 3oy Scouts of North low Council Add New Unit Another unit was added to th Worth Iowa council Boy Scouts o America Friday night with the in staUation of troop 53 of Clarksville Clarksville has had scout troop nf tith6 troop service departmen tsuceasfll after a shor fe the troops dwindled away ine reorganization of qmnfinn under the auspices of the North MaVsonCOCitCl1 at tention of a field executive there by assuring Clarksville that scout ingm the community will be a per manent institution v Conduct Installation Theceremony of installation was conducted by members of troop Greene under the direction of scoutmaster Dr H G MacLeod ihe troop committee of Ciarks ville is made up of Ray KS DALY EPIGRAMS Some men impose upon themselves when they tax their memories WJDlLYCo and Mr of the Ten boys at Clarksville were i vested with theBc6ut oath iopkins Gives Talk Ajt Hamilton College PF Hopkins city manager gavo an hours talk to the assembly at Hamilton college Monday afternoon He explained to the students tha theory of the city manager form of government The talk was instruc tive and the students found it de cidedly interesting At the close of Mr Hopinks talk 10 new students were introduced and a prize was of fered for a new school song DC Loss Fox of the stenotype de partment Miss Blanche Palmer Pearl Nelson and Sophus Gundersun of the stenographic department have all accepted positions during the present week The faculty fall frolic a general 1 gettogether and get acquainted Party given by the factulty to tho students of the college will be held Wednesday night Sept 25 at 8 COlJee be open Monday Sept 30 for registration of night school students De Loss Fox Mildred Connelly Ruth Bistline Pearl Nelson and Blanco Palmer were granted di plomas during the present week Mr Fox qualified for the degree honur graduate in business issued bv tha national association A similar de gree was granted to Miss Edna Seaver of Nora Springs recently Miss Vivian Beck principal of the ilementary shorthand department is spending the weekend in DCS Moines visiting friends Final Meeting With His Com pany Will Be Monday Night Capt J B MacGregor who haa been commander of Company H of ine local national guard organiza T the past two years will bit farewell to his men at the Monday evening drill at which time there also will be given out the checks for the quarter ending Aug 31 Captain MacGregor who is leav mgr for Iowa City to continue his graduate work at the University of Iowa is severing his connection with the national guard and is seeking a transfer to the reserves The outstanding success of Cap tain MacGregor as the head of the company these two years makes his resignation regretted thruouc the state according to Maior George Crawford J The resignation of Captain Mac rregor culminates a career of more than five years with Company H with which he started as second lieutenant He was promoted to command of the company when Captain Crawford became battalion commander The successor of Captain Mac has not been appointed Captaincy DINNER PLANNED BY INDEPENDENT GROCERS IN CITY Meat and Provision Dealers to Join in GetTogether Oct 1 Independent grocers and meat dealers are planning a dinner meet at the Cha J B MucGREGOU Youth Crushes Toes When Foot Is Caught Between Wall Lift Don Clark IS son of Mr and j0t oijti jv ivir Hnci Airs D W Clark 420 North Penn sylvania avenue who is employed at aloal creamery suffered the loss of the first Joint of his great toe and badly crushed his other toes when he caught his right foot be tween the wall of the elevator shaft and the elevator in which he was riding about oclock Fridav afternoon He was taken by fellow employes to the Park hospital he received medical attention he was operating the lift go ling too far fromthe the elevator floor and caught be tween the wall and the lift floo badly bruisingthe member Lundberg Has Patent On Trademark DeKaye AT THE HOSPITALS smaller candles were used resent the 12 scout laws rp P Permanent Happiness Dont let on unexpected fi nancial obligation put a crimp in yonr domestic tranquillty Como to us Wo will loan you the needed amount on no security hut your name Pay back you are able the Sherman Was Present Miss Lillian Holland Plymouth vas admitted to the Park hospita Friday for a major operation Mrs H J McLaughlin and int son 934 North Jackson a ft the Park hospital Friday Mi and Mrs P j McMahon For st City are parents of a nine pound oy born at the Mercy hospital Fri Donald Clark 420 North Pennsyl ania avenue was admitted to thn pettonSPItaI FHday for a mn Mrs M Dempsey Dougherty street to t dafn ry os day for a major operation er 21 Fifteen was admitted al a major and ho e left the Park hospital Friday Roland 510 South Presi dent avenue was admitted to the D K Lundberg of the Lundberg and company womens readytowear store here has been granted a patent on the trademark DeKaye which he has been on goods in the establishment for the past year The certificate of patent signed oy Thomas E Robertson comrai sioner of patents specifies the trademark is used for womeno misses girls and junior misses1 hosiery coats hats bloomers step ins teddies dance sets night gowns pajamas petticoats corsets blouses suits and ensemble suits and for womens dresses The trademark is applied to th hosiery by being stamped and to other articles by woven labels Three Liquor Violators Hear Fines From Judge Three liquor offenders were taxed Lowell L Forbes police judge m court Saturday morning Peter Fole Northwood paid costs for intoxication Saturday He was arrested Saturday night a 214 South Federal avenue at 10 oclock John Barber also from Northwood forfeited his appear ance bond of 15 for intoxication Frank Barber Mason City wa arrested at 403 North Federal ave nue Friday night for intoxication He forfeited 515 appearance bond The case of Alfred Winters who as held by police recently on viola ion of Ordinance 230 will be heard n police court Monday morning Mr 3her chairman of the Committee in hi remarks pointed out that BAGLEYS GOING TO CONVENTION To Attend Executive Com mittee of Bancorporation With Colonel MacNider Col Hanford MacNider and C Bagley will leave Mqnday for Minneapolis where they will atteul a meetmg of the executive commit tion Northwest Bancorpora Following this meeting Mr and Mrs Bagley will leave from Min fceapolis on the bankers special tram for the American Bankers as soclaton convention at Fran cisco whch MrBagley is attending as a member of the executive coun number of f of New Hampton the guest speaker of the eve ning and Lee p Loomis and G I Wood will give talks Herman M wil1 act ns toastmaster All independent grocers meat Sifer and wivcs have beca vited to attend Members of the ticket committee from whom reser vations may be procured arc C M Baxter Harry L James George Barrett E G Smith and Miss Bea llr Bagley returned to his desk at the First National bank Satur day morning after a visit to Des Moires Marshalltown and other points thruout the state Enters Georgetown ALGONA Sept 21 Hartshorn son of Mr and Mrs E r an rs E Hartshorn will leave Saturday for to AL JOLSON Starts Today Instead of Monday ENTIRE WEEK Panned for from n advance and all indications pointed toward year for a NOTICE M W A importance Monday NOTICE ROY HARTY Has taken over the Kirk Garage and will be located there perma nently after Oct 1st KIRK GARAGE PHONE 1SS1 Gets Patent on Way of Picking Chickens DES MOINES Sept 21 woodmans method of plucking the feathers off a fowl by baking it in mud or clay would be transferred to the kitchen of tho modern home if Charles V Rosenberger of Inde pendence Iowa has his way Patents granted to lowans an nounced today by Bair Freeman bmclair attorneys here Include a method of plucking feathers pat ented by Rosenberger which em bodies the principles of the wood mens method of baking fowls The Rosenberger system calls Cor the plucking by hand only of the larger feathers Then the fowl re maining feathers and all is wrapped in a waxy adhesive substance which is allowed to dry When dry this substance may be peeled off bring ig with it the feathers down hair and oilier extraneous material Largest Concert Rand IOWA CITY Sept 21 largest band in the history ofthe University of Iowa will represent he Hawkeye institution this fall Fifty musicians will be added to the organization to increase Its per sonnel to 125 members according to Director O E Van Doren TYPEWRITERS For Sale and For Rent LORINGFARMER CO i 107 E State Phono 843 NOW Gasoline on Credit Arrange for credit with us now From to Buy today 10 months to pay STAR OIL CO 17th STREET AND SOUTH FEDERAL AVE Heat Your Home WITH OIL We will install the VAPOGAS Oil Burner m your home ON FREE TRIAL Price Installed to 8 to 14 The VapoGas Oil Burner is guaranteed to give boiler or furnace temperatures equal to coal fires at the same cost No coal dust No ashes No labor Uniform heat day and night The Vapo Gas Oil Burner is not an experi ment Hundreds of en thusiastic users Adjutant W GFriend who has boen in charge of tho Sal vation Army work in niilson City for the past 5 months Saturday received Instructions from tho headquarters at Ues Moines that ho will ho trans ferred soon to another city He will holrt his farewell service in Mason City Oct 6 ani Tcport for duty at the new place Oct No intimation was given ol where ho is to be transferred GARDNER FURNACE CO Sheet Metal and Furnaces car FG K Bldg rhono J80 Fire Chief to Begin Inspection of Fire Escapes Balconies Fire Chief Daniel H Shire wmrna all residents and businessmen to insppct their fire escapes andbal conies within the next several days All owners of property or business bouses on which theye are these emergency stairs are responsible for loss of life or injury resulting from the use of the steps in case of fire The fire department will con duct an inspection Monday arid Tuesday and notices will be served on delinquent owners All fire capes sliould be clear and safe and should be tested for weight capac NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ADAMS FINANCIAL SYSTEM Established 1815 A A Adams John Jacob Adams WFK INSUUANCJB ANT 1INANCIAL COUNCILORS 205 Wolr Bldjj Phono S08U p Piles Cured Without Surgery There is no need to have your piles cut oub or burned wiH be no charge for consultation I want to K DR COTHERN Specialist We find that we must release more room for storage in our new location before cold weather sets in We cant afford to have used cars standing around in valuable storage space so no reasonable offer will be refused We have a very fine bunch of high de cars to choose from Dont Forget Our New Location THE OLD HANFORD Second and Delaware North East JHMarston EPENDABLE USED PLYMOUTH   

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