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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                OCTOBER 8 Bi 1929 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FIVE OF MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE BY COURT 0 ATM AN GETS LEAN BILL IN STRICT COURT yerators of Other Boat Wilt Be Given Trial in November SPIRIT LAKE Oct 8 old Yaraes pilot of the Zipper Lake IQkoboji speedboat which crasheu Hnto the Miss Thriller July 28 caus Ing loss of nine lives was freed of a bchargf of manslaughter in district couirtjnere yesterday Judge Fred C sustained a defense motion n the grounds that there was no to show a crime had been i committed He told the jury to bring arnes was the first of the three 6ts of the ill fated speed boats to jatand trial onthe charges of man laughtor brot against them by a pecial grand jury In August Jasper lexander and Frank Long co ilots of the Miss Thriller are dock leted to appear at the November rterin of court as are John and Mllo Hartmann owners of the Zipper iWho arc charged with conspiracy to Iobstruct business Yarnes was freed before any de jfense witnesses had been presented JThe state introduced several sur of the collision onthe witness r stand FRANKLIN JURY HAS BEEN DRAWN f Members Will Convene On Nov 4 for Annual Fall I Session pAMPTON Oct jurors who were drawn for district court which will convene here on Monday Nov 4 at are Mrs Howard Dirst Mrs J E Foster Atipj W Artley Ruby Butler Hilda Mrs George Grabhe Grace Dockery and Marguerite Hifcks Mrs V B Hamilton Bert Haef ihil iflH Woodburn John Miller J OH iMurphjt C C Sanford H A George Lamp F L Heel ricft R J Berends Mrs Ezra Mil ner Peterson C L Jones Fralle Mrs H L Canfleld M Imlay inry Muessigmau W H Tim nan Roy Koenifrsburg L ichutgel Mrsl L W Farber Bean ing Martin Bartecek I Amos B Iarson Mrs V M Retnke E I Hide and lie Benson oyd Ladd and Oscar Hinton of fordEd Thornton and Mrs iN Janssen of Ackley Anton son Mrs James Crafton Free Hackbarth S J Johnson s Iorothy Roberts and E T y Alden Mrs J J Petersen rnton Mrs F M Kedd and Louise Chrlstensen Latlmcr k Meyer J M Johnson Ole on and John Bowman Alex r N K Peterson Coulter L F Heuberger Chapln ed Speakers Carded or Lectures at Lake Mills Mission Meeting iKE MILLS Oct among the speakers who will be to attend the annual mission Ing of the Salem Lutheran ch Oct 2 and 13 will be tlie HKUdahl executive secretary le Board of Charities Erik Sovlk who has just re sd from mission fields of China nteresting program has been sred for the two days by the O R Sletten pastor of the lo lurcb and large crowds are ex id to attend each day a City FarmOwners ake Numerous Changes VEA CITY Oct 8 outside trJ rs of farms in this community Jxontinue to inaka improvements KVice president Caswell Northern company Chicago was flere latter part of the week and let the contract for a new double corn crib and granary on the companys in Grant township while a new Ibarnj is being built on the Strausa If arm in the same township where Comer lives Numerous other companies also are improving lampton DeMolay Elects Officers for New Year Is Large Organization I HAMPTON Oct Barber I has been chosen as master councilor tof Anchor chapter Order of DeMo flay and will be installed at the rcg jular meeting on Monday evening lOct 14 The other officers to be Installed are Lester Clawson senior council lor Lloyd Dovey Junior councilor Sampson scribe Richard IGalvln treasurer O F Myers Jr Senior deacon Donald White Ju nior deacon Robert Coonley senior kleward Charles Harmon Juniot steward Dwlght Booth marshal RWalter Wolf orator Earl Mahatt James Donaldson starid bearer James Campbell chap jlain George Soper First preceptor BWilllam Wallace second preceptor obert Brindle third preceptor Har 1 Schurtz fourth preceptor C A gfcson fifth preceptor Louis Mil er sixth preceptor HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 GlebeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota HELD FAMILY REUNION Mrs Wil liam Fernau hnd a family reunion Sunday About 25relativeswere pres ent one slater from Illinois MOVE TO PLYMOUTH Rev Draper and fnmily loaded a car and have moved to Ruthvenfor this years work with the F M church MOTHER IS ILL and Mrs E B Mason drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to see Mrs Masons mother who Is VISITS AT WATERLOO and Mrs Bert Sorenson and son Laverne spent the weekend visiting with relatives Waterloo VISIT RELATIVES and Mrs George McBrlde Portland Ore are vlsltlnjf their sister Mrs Alma Garr and brother John McBrlfle VISITING RELATIVES Hill of De Witt Is here visiting his cousin L P Lerlr PARENTS OF BOY and Mrs George CooKman are the parents of a 10 pound boy PURCHASE HUSKER rind Ed Chehock have purchased a new corn husher to gather this years crop with WILL SPEND WINTER Emily Patton 1msbeenvisiting relatives here before leaving for California where she will spend the winter VISITS AT MASON CITY and Mrs O J Flu ent spent the weekend with their daughter Jlrs James King at Mason City Sunday they In company with the Klnss drove to West Bend RETURNS FROM CONVENTION Charles Ander son has returned from the W C T state convention nt Fort Dodge VISITS IN SOUTH DAKOTA nnrtMrs E B Nelson are visiting with relatives at Sioux City S Dak VISIT IN MITCHELL and Mrs R L Anderson of MarshalHown ore visit ing at tho 3ny Jones home I IS VISITING MOTHER F C Phillips oC Detroit Mich has arrived for a few days visit with her mother Mrs Bess CallC and other relatives Her mother will accompany her home to spend the winter months LEAVE FOR FLORIDA MARBLE and Mrs Wilson Myers and daughter Miss Pnrcie wliihave been spending the summer here will leave tomorrow for their home nt Delray Fla TO RETURN TO EAST MARBLE Frank Grosse uho has been here visiting her sister Mrs William Bralller and family left Saturday for a visit with relatives nt alt Auburn before returning to her home at RockFalls Ill X OPEN CAFE Cole of Osslan will open up n cafe and soft drink parlorln the J T Cooney bullrtinR on North Main street hero this week VISIT IN CHICAGO Ella Smith and Mrs Emma Drake are visiting reln ttvos in Chicago and at Ann Arbor Mich IS FROM LAWLER Conty of To ledo Ohio is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs E F Panty nnd family VISIT WITH PARENTS LYLE and Mrs Dan Henly from Sterling III are visiting her parents Mr ana Jfrs H Hass VISITS IN ROCKWELL and Mrs Harry Kellow ana three children of St Paul are guests nt the W F McClellanti home Mrs Kellow will be remembered by some people of this locality ns Miss Edith Felthoug who went abroad quite a number oC years ago and while In England met and married Mr Kellow Since last November the Kellow fam ily has resided In St Paul VISIT WITH SON and Mrs Joseph Kellogg ot Jamesvllle Wls are vis iting their son Joseph KeJloffff who iscoach in thepublic school here VISIT IN HAYFIELD ROCK FALLS Miss Lillian Schnartz Lavetta and Geraldino Ed gar visited relatives In Hayfleld Sun day SPENDS WINTER IN SOUTH Maria McKone left for Phoenix Ariz where she will spend the winter months with her aon Mr and Mrs Tohn McKone VISIT IN DOWS and Mrs Earl Pyle and sons were over Sunday visitors at Dows with the lattcrs parents Mr and Mrs Poncin IS BROT HOME L M Blunt who was seriously Injured last week was able to be brot home from the Cedar Valley hospital nt Charles City Sun day ARRIVE FROM AMES MARBLE and Mrs Frank pastel of Ames arrived Satur day to visit their daughter Mrs Cecil Brallicr and family VISITS WITH BROTHER Rev Tohn ODon nell has returned after n visit with his brother nt Williams nnd with the Rev Father OConnor at Mason City VISITS IN STREETER E Treuter has gone to Streetcr 111 where she will visit her dauhgter and son Jess Treuter WILL SELL FARMS Metcalf who live five miles east of Greene will sell his J20 acre farm nt pulblc auction Monday and will retire from farming on account of his advanced years nnd poor health C C Woodruff will hold a public sale nt his farm five miles northwest of Nashua Monday and will quit farming VISIT WITH PARENTS Ella Bollard and Monica Woods who are teachers In the Lawler lilsh school spent the weekend nt the home of Miss Woods parents nt Fairbanks RETURNS TO COAST MARBLE and Tewett Hnyncs who have been spend ing several weeks here withrelatives and friends expect to return TiicsdaJ to their home rt Lonpr Bench Cal FLOYD HAS NO DOCTOR Nnsh and family have moved to their new location nt Lone Tree This leaves Floyd without a lo cal doctor BEAUTY HAS MATE Associated Presx Photo Eleanor Eastwood was the University of Chicagos most beautiful co ed last year but now shes Mrs Horace Holmes Jr and attendingclasses with her husband at the University of Iowa VISIT IN NORA SPRINGS NORA and Mrs Roy Harrison of Oakland Cal are visiting nt the home of Mrs Alvlna Kohlsteadt and with other relatives Mrs Harrisons mother laMrs Lydia Prlbbenow Bell also of California a former resident of Nora Springs who is a sister of Nora Kohlsteadt ATTEND CONVENTION and Frank Rock wood and Bob Raney attended the American Legion convention at Louis ville ICy last week They made the trip by automobile i TO TAKE TREATMENTS Fred House man who has been 111 for several weeks has been taken to Shakopee Minn for treatment She was ac companied by her nurse Miss Laura Allen and Mr Housemnnn whowill remain with her for a while WILL HAUL TO CHICAGO FOREST M Friedman owner of the Friedman Produce com pany havinga body constructed for his big truck similar to thelive poultry cars used by the railroads Mr Friedman will truck direct to Chi cago makingtwo or three trips a week duringthe poultry season HOLI LAST PICNIC NORA last picnic of the season wnssfven by the Amor lean Legion auxiliary on Monday at Tourist park VISITS HER MOTHER Bell Stevenson is enjoying avisit with her daughter from Blilrsburg IS RECOVERING Sanford was oper ated upon nt the Algona hospital re cently He Is getting along as well ns VISITSruNCLE F Burnett of Akron was a weekend guest nt the home her uncle W H Kennedy RETURN TO SPRINGVILLE MAHBLE and Mrs John Patten guests in the W C Wil son home have returned to their home at Sprlngville BREAKS LEG Fisher 7 year old Ron of Mr ana Mrs Jerome Fisher fell down stairs Thursday andbroke his leg He Is setting along as well as can be expected TRAVELS FOR SHOE COMPANY II A Gacdo has gone to Clilcnero where she will visit Mr Gaede who Is traveling for the WearUWell Shoe company LEAVE FOR HOME nnd Mrs Orln Igou of Chicago have left for tlielr home Saturday after n visit with relatives nnd frlcndK In this community ARE IN HOSPITAL in yenvs old and DerwootJ 17 years old sons of Mr and Mrs K A Costollo were taken to Iowa City Sunrtny by their parents where they nro patients at the hon pitnl the whose elbow is n bone block following a fracture two years ago for treatment arid the lat ter for the removal of a growth In the hose i VISIT IN DAKOTAS nnd Mrs R Bur bridge have returned from a JO days trip to various places In South and North Dakota thru the Black Hills nnd in Minnesota They visited rela tives In Valley City N Dak and nt Rapid City R TOnk PLEDGE TO SORORITIES plrls attending Iowa State college at Ames nnd who were pledged to sororities last week are Marian McMahon Delta Dettn Delta Donna Burtls Gamma Phi Beta and Marie Pnlne Chi Omocja ATTEND DBS MOTNES MEETING FOREST E W Aider and Mrs Alder left Saturdayevening for Des Mothes to attend the state convention of the Chiropractic associa tion which will be in session there the first three days of the week SELLS BO ACRES Elian Cftslimnn has sold SO acres of her land up near Hayfield to Ernest Bonnr HAS FOOTI1ALL INJURY PAnl Schuldt wns playingfootball Thursday his leg was badly bruised nnd sprained lie Is unable to wilk onit He was taken to the schonlhouse where he was given first aid STATION IS EQUIPPED FOREST Chnmplln station is being fitted up with a new compressed air outfit njid an extra tank nnd pump for ethyl well as considerable minor changes ATTENDS CONVENTION following wo men who attended the state conven tion of the W C T U nt Fort Dodge nra Mrs Ruth Whye Christy Kelster Jessie Hanson Mrs French and Sirs Briico Riley possible P T A TO MEET Greene Veteran Fought in Same Company 4 Years Moved to Iowa in 1882 and Started Farming in Butler County first meeting of this school year of the Pnrent Teacher association will be heia Oct 8 at the high school auditorium A miscellaneous program will be given ON BUSINESS TRIP Schmidt Clap cnce Larson and RnJph Ludke made a business trip to Minneapolis the first of the week TAKES OVER DISTRICT FOREST Remlllard who has been employed by the Standard Oil company nt Ruthven for eight years is moving to Fbrest City to succeed Louis Lynk ns district Kales man Mr Lynlc resigned tlie position to engage in the selling of bonds Mr Remlllard will move his fnmily here sis soon ns ho cnn secure living ac commodations RETURN TO NORA SPRINGS NORA Matte nnd family have returned from their New York trip after visiting his par ents whom he had not seen for nine vcnrs VISITS DAUGHTER Jennie Oleson IK hero from Eagle Grove for n brief stay with her daughter Mrs Leslie Chrlstensen BUYS DRAY LINE R J Bjornson hns sold his dray line to Alfred Anderson Mr Bjornson has been drayman here for tlie pnst years Mr Anderson will take charge of the line the first of tlio week RETURN FROM OKLAHOMA nnd Mrs M P Galloway who have been visiting In Oklahoma for some time have return cd to thrlr home TO VISIT RELATIVES and Mrs W H GIbbs have gone to Westhope nnd Lanstord N Dak Wednesday for a visit with relntlvcs HAS SEVERE COLD Henry Newbury has been 111 for several days with cold nnd throat trouble BREAKS AN ARM Sampson received a broken arm while cranking hiscar recently He was taken to a doctor where It was set He Is now staying with an nunt at Garner until his arm gets better WORKS ON ANCHOR FOREST Baltkctun who hns been employed In the mechan ical department of the Forest City Summit for the pnst two and onehalf years lias severed his connection with that office to accept n similar position with the Northwood Anchor where he served his apprenticeship Mr nnd Mrs Bakkctun left for Northwood Friday EDITORS NOTE This Is one of the series of sketches concerning our G A B veterans Readers who know who fcave not been Mked for their pictures for this would oblige the Globe Oazette by sending In their and address GREENE Oct An derson one of the two veterans of the Civil war remaining In Greene was born in Perry county Pennsyl vania on Dec 9 1843 and it waa in this county that he enlisted when the war broke out He was assigned to duty with the 333rd Regiment of the Pennsylvania Volunteers and served in Company Q of this group thruout the entire four years of the war Following theclose of the war he waa mustered out and returned to his former home in Pennsylvania where lie was married in 1872 In 1882 he moved to Iowa wilh hia family and settled in Bennezette township Butler county In 1893 he and his family to Greene and retired from active work on the farm Mr and Mrs An derson have three daughters Would Be Married but Forgot Their License NASHUA Oct Rev Wil liam Kent pastor of the Little Brown Church in the Vale wus called from his slumbers at 1 THOMAS ANDERSON oclock Sunday morning to marry a couple at this famous little church who had procured their license in the wrong county and had found it necessary to go on to New Hampton for their license The belated and happy couple were Arthur Clayton Bisbee of Macedonie and Beulah Marie Thathcr of Waterloo Damons Salespeople Wanted Experienced in depart ment store work pre ferred but not essen tial Apply at employ ment off ice on the first floor Damon s I had no idea of the privations suffered by our forefathers until I happened to read In the Forty Yearn Ago column that Theres Just one place for ladles who wish to beauti fy their complexions Just think of City Star Orders Executed for Purchase and Sale NORTHWEST Stock at the market The First National Company MASON CITY IOWA Right Prices for Real Work Silk Net Curtains exquisitely clean c d framed true and gleaming finish renewed 40c to Per Pair Lace Curtains cleaned in a new and more careful way properly sized and framed 40c to Per Pair Estimates on the cleaning of on dyeing to new color given Phone 788 or 789 Just look how perfectly the drapes hang I f TVOESNT it make the whole room look smarter I j and brighter now that weve had the drapes cleaned by Marshall Swift Look what a beautiful job theyve a gleam of fresh ness a sparkle about the fabric Its the lovliest piece of drycleaning Ive ever seen The colors seem to be brighter than clear revived Marshall Swift Recondition Your Drapes Mere cleaning is not enough Or dinary finishing is not good enough Such fabrics aa chintzes taffetas linens are resized and reconditioned They not only look new but actually feel new Velours are carded just as in the mills Experienced Equipment Counts when it comes to the cleaning of overdrapes and portieres At Marshall Swifts your drapes are the hands of ex perience 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