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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Masdn City News on This Page SATURDAY OCT 51929 orth Iowas Home Newspaper is Oct chest cam paign Oct train specialhere from Ames Oct Prevention week Oct Troubadours na tional broadcasting orchestra of New York 11 pieces will furnish music for dance at armory Oct conference of 36 Masonic lodges Oct Izaak Walton convention in Mason City City News CREAMERIES BUY HAWKEYE BUILDINGS For coat Ph 2807 Phone 494 For fir apt Ph 87 Banco at Eagle Hall Oct 5 Sons Union Vet Civil War Now is the time to take up a bourse in night school phone 945 for information Hamilton Business College Car of Eastern Kentucky Bluebell ifcoal delivered off car per ton 3ECehm Coal Co Fnone 566 Removal Prlnt ing Co moved to K C Building No 11 Second S W Kug repair re Jtnodel and make up old or new rugs and carpets Model Rug Co succes Sbrs to Mason City Rug Co Phone 625 Kug rugs hand scrubbed at the Model Kiig Co suc cessors to Mason City Rug Co Phone 525 in your old carpets fend have them made up into fine rugs Model Rug Co successors to Mason City Kug Co Phone 525 Fried spring chicken dinner Sun Bay 50c Lester Cafe 108 2nd N W Dance at Armory Friday Oct 11 Ipana Troubadours National Broad s casting orchestra of 11 pieces Harry Ford director For original humor in your prfl ffram write Klnney 1302 So Del r Closing dance at White Pier Saturday night Oct 5 Harold Ly man orchestra Last car at mid Bight Phono 3838 Fullerton Lumber Co orlumber and building material Special ciiicken Banner Sunday tVatkins cafe Phone 8838 Fiillerton Lumber Co rJjor lumber and building material Special chicken tinner Sunday I SVatkins Cafe Clear Lake ACar of East Kentucky Block Coal on track de livered W G Block Co Ph 563564 Special chicken dinner Sunday SVatkms Cafe Clear Lake Buy Cities Service for a longpull Investment letting your money grow Iwith its great development program Attractive advantages for holders to be announced very soon Do not de lay in asking C F Kriz phone 1181 625 M B A Bldg Office open eve pings Peoples Gas and Electric company fere selling electric light fixtures at pbout 25 cents on the dollar Now is touropportunity to save on this fortunate purchase We specialize in Stenotypc Short hand Typewriting Bookkeeping Spelling English Rapid Calculation Bank Posting Machine and Calcu lator in night school Tuesdays and Fridays Hamilton Business College JPhone 945 CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks fend appreciation forthe beautiful floral gifts and manyactsof sym pathy and kindness shown us dur r Jng the illness and death of our loved one Mrs Wilma Bauer Brown C E BROWN ROBERT AND RUSSELL BROWN MR AND MRS A H BAUER LYNN A BAUER ft PODOTHYM BAUER KENNETH BAUER The barber says it may be Just ftbout as sensible for the sun tan fans to go in for frozen Waterloo Tribune PROPERTY TO BE USED BY STATE BRAND CONCERN Purchase Important Event in Becks Reorganization Plans for Supply Co The sale of the buildings owned by the Supply campany in the southwest section rf the city to the Iowa State Brand Creameries Inc was announced Saturday by Allan F Beck receiver of the Hawkeye concern The considera tion Involved was said to be SGOOOO The sale of the buildings opens the way for a successful culmina tion of Mr Becks plans for reor ganizing the heavy hardware jobbing business of the Hawkeye Supply company The purchase of 3t pro vides the rapidly growing Iowa Brand Creameries Inc With ample loom for expansion Stabilizes Industry The transaction is regarded by Jeading MasonCity businessmen as another step in the stabilizing of in dustrial conditions in the city Th Iowa Brand Creameries which is managed by H A Harmiton will install modern machinery and equipment in the one building they occupy It is planned to spend approximately in equip ment Several industrial tenants who hive had space in the buildings for a number of years will continue to remain there it xvas stated Theje include the Rolfe Iron works North ern Oil company Halverson Manu facturing company and the Hawk eye Supply company jobbing busi ness The structures on the site include two large buildings each 100 by 00 feetmaking a total of 80000 feet Besides these there is the office aud the foundry Came From Davenport It will be two years ago next November that the Iowa Brand Creameries moved to Mason City from Davenport dnd in the year 31 1829did approx in business rep resenting 31 creameries in North Central Iowa The plant operates three trucks Most of hauling is done by contract The business of the institution can be described as that of manufac turing and processing in transit That is what the organization does taking the butter from the cream eries it represents and making it uniform and putting it into pounds halves or quarters or shipping some of it in tubs to Chicago Detroit Buffalo Schentctady Washington Cleveland and St Louis Up to now the company has been doingbusi ness at the E B Higley building Covers Big Territory The 31 creameries represented in the Iowa State Brand Creameries organization are situated at Algona Ayrshire Bancroft Burt Esther ville Greene Northwood Rilthven Lone Rock Manly West Bend Lake Mills Lost Island Lotts Creek Mallard New Haven Colwell Nora Springs Ottosen Plymouth Ring stad Swea City Tenold Whitte more Grafton Fenton Garner Humboldt Randalia Tripoli and Center Valley J L Stevens of Plymouth is president of the organisation and O K Storre Kensett secretary The authorized capital is 5100000 of which 515000 has been paid in CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to friends and all who so kindly extend ed sympathies in our recent bereave ment the death of Renata Much and also to those who sent such beautiful floral tributes FRED MUCH AND FAMILY FOR SALE Goodgoing small suburban grocery store to exchange as part payment on small Mason City residence property Stock and fix tures will invoice about rental reason able Owner wishes to re tire and everything is clear of debt PHONE 134 DALY EPIGRAMS Some women just cant help re ferring to a dollar excursion as a yachting party WJDlLYCo HEATING Money in a Hurry Come here if you are financi ally pressed and dont want to make a personal loan You can get money here Immediately and in strict privacy Write phone or call UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE RM HUMPHREY MGR PHONE 1414 GROUND FLOOR MBA PUSSYFOOT JOHNSON Pussyfoot Johnson famous prohibitionist will be in Mason City Tuesday Oct 8 when lie will deliver an address at the Church of Christ auditorium at oclock With him will be Major F B Ebbcrfc whose address is en titled The Unfinished Bottle RECOVER STOLEN FARM PROPERTY IN CLARK COUNTY Sheriff Cress Returns From Osceola Where Four Were Arrested The arrest of three men and a woman at Osceola by Sheriff John Lewis Aug 1 of Clark county re sulted in the uncovering of a band of farm thieves who have been op erating in Minnesota and loxva and the recovery of two brass mounted harnesses valued at 5250 stolen six months ago from the Clark and Conrin farm trails of justice are long and winding said Sheriff G E Cress who Friday returned from Osceola with the stolen goods but we get them in the end On May 20 James Conrin and John Clark reported the loss one of the many farm thefts thruout the county and footprints leading to the highway were the only clews On Aug 1 Sheriff Lewis arrested four in Osceola and investigation of their activities led to the dis covery that they were associated with a group who for the last year has been doing a profitable business in stolen farm goods and stock Their procedure was to steal goods in one county go to the next and dispose of it and while there acquire other property and move on Sheriff Lewishas recovered most of the stolen goods that had been sold in Clark county and word to the sheriffs of the state has re sulted in identification of it MacNiders Return From Convention of American Legion Col and Mrs Hanford MacNider returned Friday night from Louis ville Ky where they attendedvthe national convention of the American Legion The journey was made by automobile with a days stop in Chi cago on the return trip Colonel MacNider who is a former com mander of the soldier organization expressed himself as immensely pleased with both the large attend ance and other features of the con vention WOLF 8c SON Mail Isnt Mail When Its a Rat Says Molter Everything that comes out of the mail box is not mai and Postman D J Molter will open the street mail boxes more cautiously in the future after his experience Sun day night On the last collection at the box on the corner of First and North Federal Sunday night he said in a report to G M Woodruff postmas ter he put in his hand and touched mail but a full grown rat He closed the door quickly and stepped to one side before opening t again A large rat leaped from the box and scuttled out of sight Somebody with an eye to a prac tical joke or someone in an irre sponsible mood placed ft there de clared Mr Molter because it would have been Impossible for the rat to reach the box under its own power AT THE HOSPITALS Miss Dorothy Pagenhart 112 Tenth street southwest and Miss Lillian Mulder Sheffield were ad mitted to the Park hospital for min or opa rations Friday Mrs W E Guthnect of Lakota was admitted to the Park hospital for treatment Mrs C L Sherwood and baby boy 1142 First street northwest left the Parkhospltal Friday Miss Augusta Kramer 328 Second street northwest left the Park hos pital Friday after a minor opera tion Miss Ardith Stockenbary of Klera me entered the Mercy hospital Fri day for treatment Christian Zeidfer left the Mercy hospital Friday after medical treat ment John T Sime of Northwood left the Park hospital Friday after med ical treatment Mrs George Derges and Infant daughter of Osage leCt the Mercy hospital Friday Mrs W A Carr of Garner left the Park hospital Friday after treat men MAKES IMPROVEMENTS Zleman oe Cedar Falls is here making some im provements on his fnrms south of town Killed in Auto Crash DUBUQUE OCT 5 Brenel 45 formerly of Minneapolis was killed last night when his auto mobile crashed into an electric light pole near Boscobel Wla TYPEWRITERS For Sale and For Rent LORINGFARMER CO 107 E State Phone JUS Used Cars You Can Trust At Prices You Can Afford To Pay We Will Give You a Lot for Your Money at Any Price You Decide to Invest J H Marsf on Mason Citys Big Garage Dependable Used Cars 120 N Delaware DODGE PLYMOUTH A Sterling Citizen THElaborer we pause once each year Labor Day to pay him honor Hes a trustworthy citizen conscientious loyal and highly re spected by all Consider if you will one such upright citizen of Mason City He toils daily to provide for his wife and family of children they are able to have the necessities of life they live comfortably And when the Mason City Community Chest call is sounded this family gives the father and mother open their kind hearts and are not only willing but glad to help glad to share in the name of humanityThey realize that the cause is worthy and they do their full duty All Mason City has ample reason to be proud of this helpful family for even tho ifc may mean sacrificing going without certain pleasures this family is 100 per cent loyal to the citywide cause loyal to the needy youngsters of Mason City to the men and women who may need food clothing shelter fuel or the services of doctors and nurses during the coming year and loyal to the boys and girls who need a guiding hand Such a husband and father is of sterling character and Mason City will need hundreds of such sympathetic courageous kindly citizens next week when the Community Chest campaign opens Such a dependable man is a good example for us all hes willing to work hard willing to sac rifice and willing to give for human betterment He believes in sowing seeds of love sympathy and helpfulness He has a big true understanding heart and is generous for the uplifting of mankind He realizes that he has been a little more fortunate than others and is ready to share his loaf Next week commencing Tuesday your city will look to you for help for everyone should give something It is the plan this year to have everyone contribute to the Chest it is hoped that no one will be missed for This time we MUST put it over Be Glad You Can Share Young Mens Christian Association abils paid The of men and hoys or participating in V activities the past year is indentedby h C AbMketbal league 140 hoys and 120 men diamond anV5o men clubs meet regularly at tho Y with a men and 488 boys In the pool 150 boys were taught to swim Thhq Pmn receivedf Jife savinK during thf past yea Jobs temporary and permanent have been found for 125 men and boys The L n S v5er part in thc organization of the Industrial Safety council In which d500 Industrial men were represented Tho young Mens Christian Association is one of thc 7 Agencies benefited ly the Community Chest This space Is being devoted to ono Agency each day membership of   

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