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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASONCITY Minnesota News Men 2 Are Entertained Rochester Newspaper s ROCHESTER Minn Oct 8 G S WJtbersline editor find wem berh of the staff of the Rochester S PostBulletin today were hosts to J editors representing daily papers of the state member of the Minnesota Associated Press After were i Dr PrankC Manh experimental surgery selected to deliver the principal ad t dress H G White publisher of the Winona RepublicanHerald dent of the Minnesota rAssticiated Press presided at the afternoon conference i Newspapers represented at the ter a conference the colors to be guests at a wrl tti prbifessbr 6f Mayo clinic meeting and v which are members of the t Press newsgathering organization arc Albert Lea Tribune Austin Herald Bermdjl Pioneer Cropkston Times Duluth Heiald Duluth NewsTri bune ttFairmont Qaily Sentinel Fergus Fails Journal Tribune Mankato Tree Min neapqlis Morn log Tribune Minneapolis Evening Tribune Owatonna Daily Peoples PressV Red Wing Eagle Rochester PostBulletin StvCtoud Times St Dispatch St Paul Pioneer Press Virginia Enterprise Willniar ald Winoua RepublicanHer COMPLETES CONTRACT TV RobeSon has com pleted his trading contract near Rose vijle nnJ has moved his equipment home Place o Theyll bnadyoiaa at a certain place in Beat a door ofTvall redhot and turn a hose on dp sorto of striking and to see how long a device will standup under punishment or how soon it will turn up or blow itpbc V I 1 i v Its a great buildings of they play with jKfi1 liri testing building ma terials electrical deVices gases chemicals j Home and purpose of eridiesa r Symbols of Safety Here is thelargesttesting operated by any busiriees or profession Everywhere its eihaustiYe testa are accepted as authoritative and its labels of approval recognized as Symbols of Safety invaluable theStoct Fire Insurance companies to the protection of life and property in the home in the 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NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF STOCK F1RK INSURANCE COMPANIES ESTAJJUSIIED Hi G S Ayery The Insurance Service FIRE INSURANCE 1st Natl Bank BIdg Phone 357 EXMAYORS SON OCTOBER 8 HaU A of aiformer mayor of Kansas City held byKunsas City corinectiort with hlswife Mrs AnnaiMendenhall 29 above In his to police MendenhaJl declHred his wife5 killed nccidontallyiin a struggle forarevpJver with whichhe intended tosiiobta man whose clothing heasserts hefound In his wifes rqqm Witnesses declnro Mrs Mondenhall was shot during a violent quarrel with her lius band i Oct 14 GrandMaster and Former Master on am Judge Charles A Deweyr Des MolnesIowa grand master of ttie Masonic Ernest Jloore Cedar Rapids pas t grand mas te r as wel 1 asjW W Bowers Washinglbn randiir thelodge will be 1 City ivi Detalis of the prpgraml whtbh wis announced by W A Westfail for grand master and chalrmanpf SpringssRbckfprd Greene ville parkersburg Al lison Bristbw Waveriyi JanesviUe CedarT Falls New Hartf ofdj1 Hathp lon Geneva Sheffield Nprthwood Manly Forest City Lake Mills Buf CenterThojnpsphSyeaCity Corwlth and Kana the IbcaU committee includes HVF Benevo lence lodge and W H Patterson maaterofthe Harding lodge will be made an officers cobfer ehce at the Masonic hair1 at 2 30 oclock in theafterhobn ahda1 ban quetat oclock in the evening id the First Baptist CHAIN BANKING Omaha Land Bank Official Issues Statement on New Development 3000 GROCERS FORM VOLUNTARY CHAIN OF STORES Purpose to Economize in Buying and General Merchandizing thousand grocers in the west under thesponsorship Grocer company1 of Marshalltown haverbecome affillf ated In a voluntary rhalu which will known asHhe RiteWay sys tem Thesestores which will bedeshj nated by their characteristic tan gereheorange frontsand their em blem of a diamond outline with an R In the center will act asi a antt in purchasing advertising and gen eral merchandising operations It is the hope of the sponsors and mem bers of the organization toeffect economies in operation thatwill re sult intageneral saving to the buy ing public The 3000 independent stores which have joined in this project are scaUered thruput Missouri and Kansas and are di of which is sponsorship of a branch house of Gro cer company stores thatdotheir1 buying in Ma son Gitywilt be under the superyi sion of Letts Smith com panythe localbranch of the West ernj Grocer company These stores the fronts of which the to open under thenew name Oct 11 purchasing bedone in each of i these by a com mittee bfI hirch ants chosen from the membershipof RiteWay organ Tte committee for this ter ritoryiwiii meeteachMonday morn Ing at the offices of the SpencerSmith company AMERICAN VISITOR Francois Ptilaski descendant of General CasUnir Pulaskl hero is in America for celobration of 150th anniversary of Battle of Savannah observed in Savan nah arid Washington Letts ounty Superintendent prvWinhebagq Schbols HasAutomobile Wreck FOREST CITY dct ClaraOlson superintendent ofthe chooJsOf Winnebsgo county nar owly escaped a serious Occident Saturday at oclock when she vent into ther ditchon No 9 to void a collision withEngel Bran Olson ran along the ditch to regain the I roadher cartipped over on its side badly damaging it She escaped withoutinjury She was on her way to her home inBuffalo Center g the church This a erable discussion as the most im of a desire for a stronger banking Fystenim that section DP Hogan head ofthe federal japd bank at Omaha declared here today attending thesemian nual convention of theland bank Heads hereV where the which has drawn banks in lowai Nebraaka and South Dakota to mention1 those states in the eighth federal land bank district into the chain groups has come in for cbnsid programpf addresses Althq this conference is specifical ly Intended for36 lodges in this sec tion Mr WestfalIexterided an ihvl tation to iillMasons desire to take part in the days which is being arranged by the grand mas tec and the service jcora mittee of the stateorganizitipay Rep are expec ted here ThorntonjRocJt well Marble RdckNork Garner wha WifeWasJat Attractive Lost Husbands Love appearedfina connection with a divorce that has wpriiajiVone witness testified andisnot attractive any Thousands pC women af6 getting fat and losing their beauty justvbe cause they do not todb youare fat like lose it and at in piyslcatj charm and acquire a eleaniclearskin aid eyes thatspar klewith Andgainiinenergy and activity Why not dowhat done get J ridof iftiwariteafat Takeone half ateaspbdn pfKruschen Salts in a glass ofhot water every morn ing oefofebreakfast andkeepit up for weigh yourself and seersow niany poundsypuhave Youll have the your life alla bottle of KfuschenSalts that will last you for 30 costs 85 youll probably say its worth one hundred dollarsafteryou take the first bottle Kruscheh Salts are ablend of6 natural revitalizing salts your body nerves and glandsmust have if you areto enjoy good health AskHux table Drug Co or1 any drugglgt for a bottle of Kruschen Salts and atart tolosefattoday I Fatheriwhq has been coaxing alpnghis old bus all summer isnow cpntemplatirigcoaxing along the old furnace Consti f Large Attendance Is Expected at Teachers Meeting in CedarFalls WATERLOO Oct 8 ports from schools indicate the lar gest attendance in historyatthe annual convention of the North eastern IowaTeachers association here Oct 10 and 11 CountySuper intendent A E Jewett president said today Enrollment and registration will occupy Thursday morningand visi tors will also tour east and west Waterlooschools In theafternoon round table conferences ijWir begin first generalprogram will be Thursday evening atwhich Prof M V the Untver sity of Wisconsin will speak on New times demand new meas ures Local teachers will entertain at a reception afterward Dr W E Blatzof ada will give an address Friday morning The CMckasaw County Rural Teachers club chorus of70 voices will sing followed by abusi ness session Round table conferences will comprise the afternoon program and in the evening Drl Daniel pro theroe of Chicago will leada chorus of 500 voices recruitedfrom all the high schppls in northeast Iowa North Prairie Church Holds Ceremonies on Its 60th Anniversary LELAND Oct threeday sixtieth anniversary festival and circuit meeting began atjthe North Prairie Lutheran church a few miles north of here on Sunday Oct 6 and has continueduntil Tuesday The morning was delivered by theRevA J Lee whowas pastor of this church from 1899 uritiia913Abrief history of the congregation was also givenat this serviceby Johnson The firstservices in the North Prairie community were held in 1866 The congregation 1869 was organize d in The first cemetery was bought on April 12 1877 and a second on July 21 1885 ihe church was Builtin 1S91 Regularly called pastora who have served North Prairie T A Tprgerson T M Dahl Strand E G A Christensen G Smedal Lee Pedersbh andA J FORMERLY LIVED IN BRITT HUTCH PaurLeltBineer WInterset spent Saturday night ana Sundayvisitingin Hutehlhs at tfie Jiome of his Paul wasformerly a resident of Britt If we vare su an effic ienti peo plewhycant we have purdetours all at once ahd bedonewith tie things inn VOTE ON HARD ROADS PROBLEI Allamakee County on Question of Paving Highways C WAUKON Oct 8 keecountytheonly one in nor ijastern Iowa which has not proved a primaryroad bond issue today was voting on a pr posai If the bond issue ci primaryroad No 9 will ne and No 13 will be orot to grade With current road funds No IS then will be given a gravel surfac ing i AlthoAllamakee county voted in favorof the state bond issue last November it defeated a proposal to 1919 for a county issue Approv al of surfacing tao countys road hbwpver wasgiven at that time If todays proposition is earned Iowa counties will have voted more than 100000000in road bond issues Seventyeight counties al ready have approved 599605657 bonds for improving primary high ways a large number of these hav ing carried a second issue In 1929 counties have authorized 00 0 inbonds TheAllamakee elec tion is the last on this years pro gram SCHOOL TASKS Diamond at KAV SENEYS Save thedlffer ence on what Wateh or you save The mother of the threebright Cormier sistersof 9 Park St Salem Mass knows that growing children must be tuilt up for school tasks For the past three years1 w r it c s Id a my mother has used 1 Fatlrer Johns Medicitic Pau line Florry and Igo rib school everyday and mother never forgets to give us this medicine before westart fromhome Father Johns Medicine isa food medicine which builds new strength and health It is used in 184 Hospitals and Institutions portantrecent development in bank g Decrying the opppaltion whlch lias beenexpressed to the interlock ingbanking organizations in many quartersHogah r I have come tqthe 1 ttiat be system in the i west As an Ipwa banker JJ was piiceastrQug unit Sahk Ingbelieving that a bank xowned locallyclosely interests wais the bestpossible ar rangement the interest of local depositors atorm of failures whichhas swept the midwest during the past decade however views Reluctantly XVhaveL concluded that mayafford greater economic AVASJN FERTILE Benham ana his cousin Dwnln Paulsonof Clarion visited last weekend with relatives irt Fertile Offers Booklet on Size Should on earthhave the gveatestnavy on Should we abolish the as example ofdisafmament in interestof world peace j These are the extremes in the navy quesUon Kvfery citizen shbuld have i facts as well as the arguments about thenavy A booklet illustrated with pictu res of every imodern type of fighting craft has been prepared by our Washirigton bureau to give pur readers a real fact pic ture of our navy and other navies of today Use the couponIn ordering your copy Frederic JHasklnDirector TheGJobeQazette Infarmatlon Bureau Washington D C I inclose herewith 6 cents in coin or stamps for a copy of ithe Booklet SHIFS OF THE NAVY Name Street City State HELPS CHILDREN BUILD NEW BONE AND FLESH Soon The 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