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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                1929 MASON CITY I T y T BOYS DEPARTMENT Bradley for Boys Bradley Sweaters and school days go hand in hand Show us a boy wearing one of these Bradley Sweaters and show you a Mother who has an eye for intrinsic value one who knows what it takes in a sweater to comfortably with stand the hard knocks of con tinuous wear B r a d 1e y s of course always Ideal for school and play Full lines of Pullovers arid coat styles for Kiddies and Boys Priced from to y T A BITQN Where a dollar does 33 SOUTH rtDtSUL A A A GOOD TEETH To have a perfect setof teeth is to have good health Havent you often4 wished that your teeth were as good as some you have seen Bring us your teeth troubles Free consultation EXTRACTIONS You will like our method The charge per tooth Practically painless of extractions DENTURES We guarantee our work Plates that are made of the best of materials and natural to look at Ask us about Hecollte Dr HKJones N Federal Phone 325 Cominuiiity for Opened by of TeamsA Organized Under N ew System Given llnstruc tiorii at Monday Night Meeting Will Report Wednesday Noon Giving expression to a determination that the community chest must continue asJhe means of raisingfunds for directing the training of boys rand girls and for helping the unfortunates and destitute in Mason City several liundred workers gave of their in opening the cam paign that itsleaders say must to cover the needs of seven agencies lri divisions aiid teams i brgari Izedthis year under a nevr system thesettingup of which has meant weeks of painstakingwork by the leaders these workers werei making an effort to vreach everyone capable of Investing Bomethingin the betterment ofthe city AreNotDonations AN OVERDRAFT MAY BE AN OVERSIGHT it Is just as harmful to your credit standing and business rep Cation as if it were intentional By keeping your Check ing Account balance at a figure higher thanyour usualneeds you will be safeguarded againstacci dental overdrafts Keep up your balance i Avoid overdrafts fATIONAL BANK of MASON CITY Sank for For contributions tpthechest are not donations butinvestments In the future of the pity Ben A Web ster chairman of the canvass told Ahe workers at a meeting In the Hotel Hanford Monday evening He aidtwo othersD H Fitzpatrick arid tee brot out the rthpts thatthe agencies in the chest are worthy of support1 and that5 the was by far the most economi efficient and practical method pf raising the money and let live are not enough we must live and help live Mr Webster declared The is every thing will go down It la necessary to think somethingof tha citizen ship of the community Aitho realizing the chest project was Va Mr Webster pressedVliiniself as convinced the coinmiinlty was determined this year to put the campaign over ProgramTwofold problem before Us is two fold he1 added First whetherwe are to allqw the enthusiasm ofour i youngsters to run wildor be dlreet ecUby theY C A Y Vf C A and Boy ScoutsSecondly relief work represented by the four other brgaulzatloris ta the schest isnecesr sary character x building was neglected in the past No logi cal argument can be brpt against anybf seven agencies This community will be no let ter than we make it What we need i is a more generous spirit toward iinf or tu nates andfaith in our chil drenA true citizen does nrtt live unto himself alone lie recognizes that his material gains of today are due to sacrifices of thossWho have gone before arid is best paid by giving to these agencies that will help others Ctv stands at the cross roads Your work will determine the futwre of the community This year we must put it over I l Talks on Agencies Mr Fitzpatrick whose subject I was Your Money I spoke on the activities of the seyerii jXrericies The chest he said was riot a service organization but a method of means of f iiiancing the agencies that do service svork The larger sum Is heeded this year to make more money available for relief he following which he gave a resume of V the work in pach or ganization bringing out the follow The Y M CA has 1150 mem I bers of 550 are boya Of the I boys 75 per cent are from families unable to pay for i which are donated by various clubs Fifteen or more clubs of young men boys meet at the Y j The Y W C Av has 800 members It found employment for 133 girls and gave rooms to TOO travelers I many of whom could not pay last year 400 Scouts in City Boy Scouts have 400 mem bers in Mason City under 40 volun teer workers in 18 troops ServiXJ worth hundreds of dollars is given the communtiyby the scouts The Red Cross handled 1184 cases last year helped veterans borrow on adjusted compensation reinstated 550000 government in surance and served 200 exservice families besides carrying on a life saving program The Salvation Army gave away i685 garments and 451 pairs of shoes last year besides furnishing beds and meals and 1500 Christ mas dinners 1 The Public Health Nursing Serv ice made 300 visits to homes and gave medical and surgical service The Social Welfare league coor dinates social agencies and last year for coaland groc eries forthe poor Effective Plan Mr Loomis pictured the situa tion that would result should the chest he event like ly if thefSSOOOO quota ia riot raised He emphasized thefact that an allcommunity campaign can appeal effectively to out of town execu tives of chain organizations where requests of single agencies would be Ignored are on the verge oflosing the chest unless w put over thls campaign he added and losing the cheat me ana losing all the ad vantages of concerted and coopera tive effort Divide up the chest and the agenclesthat now cooperate will compete against each other Thesoclal welware league oneof the chest organizations coordin ates the work of iallsocial and re liefagencies work with county and city officials and Itself furnishes relief for the poori and needy when the same is available from no other source From its own funds it paid out last year about for gro ceries and coal besides expending many hundreds of dollars of funds made available1 for such work by fraternal and other organizations i Tableaux Presented A series of tableaux repcresent ing the work of the chest agencies prepared under the direction of Miss Agnes Helbig Red Cross secretary showed the public health nurse at the bedside of a sick boy a Boy Scout clasping the hand of his troop leader girl reserves n uniforms a welfare league nurse visiting a des titute family7 Y M C A boya with some of handicraft and the RedCross giving serviceto wounded veteran JC Underwood scout executive explainedthe awards be given as the campaign progressesas fol lows 75 per cent of quota button 90 per ribbon loo per cent star and additional stars for each 10 per centafter that Members of the Rusty Hinge quartet entertained during the R F Kunz directing the singing Thefirst report session will be held Wednesday noon at the Han ford Harry Biiys ModelUnique The ModelUnique cleaning estab Hshment at 104 South Federal ave nue Haa been purchased byHarry A crew of men is now renovating theentire plant equipment Is being installed be open for business Wednesday morn ff Mr beenhere four yearsand during this1 time has had charge of the dry cleaning de partment of a local cleaning lishment He came here St Paul with the largest cleaning institution of the MinhehahaCleanersandhashad al together 14 years of expeerice Mi HeidenrelchhaaengagedJ C SEVEN G6URTR6LE Buying Convention to Be Held Here Oct 2830 Jo Give Individual Merchants Advantages of Group Buying Mrs Minnie Kennedy mother of Almee Semplo McPherson JLMS Anjreles evangelist In court atSeattleWashas fendant in a Breachof promise suit filed by the Rev H H Clark inset The RevMr Clark5 testified that Mrs Kennedy had promised tonjnrry him and build hlnra tabernacle after a weeks courtship Thecase thrown out of court i who has been In business here for 21 years to assist him and the firm came under the present management will be The New ModelUnique 1 Ma rlln formerly roprltor ot the pool hall and Mlllnrd rpbnVsvhere bought the busl ness turn and took pqssesslon Monday Win Opener FOREST CITTT Oct drills and scrimmages with the college team put the Forest City high school Indians in shape for their first victory In the North Iowa conference schedule when they defeated the Buffalo Center Bisons here Friday afternoon 6 to 0 The touchdown wasmade by Mar vin George in the firstquarter Announcement was made Tuesday of the first fa buying convention of theAssociated Retail Clothiers Inc with member stores all over north urn Iowa which will be held at tha Hotel Hanford here Oct 28 29 and 30 The Associated RetaiJ Clothiers Inc is an organization originated during the past year for the purpose of according to the individual local merchant all the advantages of jjroup buying and bthercooperative Jffort John L Graves of Mason City Is the presidentTand Remley J Glass issecretary aridtreasurer ItIs announcedthat already rep reaeritatives of distributors and manufacturers of more than30 lines of merchandise havemade reserva tions and will be present to meet the proprietors of the more than 50 memberstores A feature pf the convention will be the bahijuet will be held Monday evening Oct 28 At this gathering thechief speaker will be the well known TinesHr Blobmington III Miller newspaperman with a countrywide reputation as an after dinner speaker and enter tainer at meetings of businessmen Music for the evening will be fur liished by the Rusty Hirige quartet and other numbers will be added to the programlater With headquarters in Mason City and with a growing membership it is the hopeand belief of the officers and otiiers conversant with the ad vantages of group buying to the In dividual merchant that the Asso piated Retail ClothiersInc will iu time make of Mason City a real center ofwholesale clothing business trade in the HAT THREE OPERATIONS Bleclc wenn ot Fenton died early Monday morning at a local hospital Mr BtecU wenn hadundergonethree major oper ations SHIPMENTS AND OUT OF Gift 95000 CARLOADS September Showed Increase of 15 Per Cent Over August Railroad shipments in and out61 Mason City in the year 1929 total approximately 95000 carloads accordingto the information made available at the office of the Cham ber of Commerce Tuesdaythese estimated shipments contrasting with 83000 carloads in 1928 According to figures made public by the chamber freight traffic movements for September 1929 show an average Increaseover Aug ust of this year of 15 per cent and an average increase over those of September 1929 of 22 per cent This trend indicates that the five rail roads serving Mason City will dur ing the entire year of 1929 handle approximately 95000 carloads ac cording to B J Drummond traffic commissioner On the basis of these estimates It Is easily descernible that Mason City is forgingahead as amanu facturing and distributing center for Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota ATTENDS CONVENTION Van Metre wifeof the Episcopal pastor left Monday for Grand Rnpids Mich to attend as adeleentethe national con vention of the Womens Home Mission ary society of the Methodist Episco pal church would like to get into the movies Well Sit right covvri and take off your I Cornell Widow A pen drawing made from actual photo graph ofhttrd and flinty carbon chiseled from the underside of a piston Many ordi nary oils form this Kind of carbon out of your crankcase has just bought a new car we say Try Shell for 30 Snrt your car on a long useful life bp Few people know that considerable car bon forms on the underside ofthe piston heads When this carbon is hard and gritty small particles chip off and drop into the crankcase oil where they are just as dan gerous as a handful of cinders But you can keep these abrasive par ticles out of your crankcase by using Shell Motor Oil Here is one oil which has an extremely low 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