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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHTEEN AIR SHOWS MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HELD IN THREE IOWA TOWNS ON SUNDAY ARE DRAWJI TO SHOWS AT STATE PORTS World Record Unbroken by Bobne Aviator Safety Belt Breaks By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thousands turned out yesterday to witness the dedication of the air port at JBstharville and air shows at Ottumwa and Ames Wil liam S Johnston county attorney of Emmet county delivered thfe princi pal address at Estherville where the field comprises 60 acres with runways in four directions In the air show at Ames Marcel lus King of Ames came within 10 of equalling the worlds record for in an airplane Dur ing his two hundred seventysixth loll hia safety belt broke causing him to break hia wrist as he was tumbled about In the plane haltlne the stunt Ten persons sawKing Win the dead stick landing contest Stub Qulrnby also of llohne win the stunting contest and Sid Cleve land of Des Moinea conie in first in nula special race for mono Miscellaneous ItemsFrom100 QlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa Minnesota Stunt flyers walking on tha wings planes acd a triple parachute idrep the air showat Oc atteadswee which was estimated afrlQtQQO Stroke o Fatal at Emmetsburg EMMKESBURO Mrs George H BSker 3ied very suddenly here Fridayevening at the home of Dr ana Mrs IX E Kulp where she has been entertained for the even ing Mrs Baker suffered a slight stroke of apoplexy six weeks ago but she had been up for some time since then but death was evidently caused by another stroke Shs is survived by her hOsbahd ana one Weiss Is Presented at Concord Township Farm Bureau Meeting GARNER Oct New officers elected at the Concord town ship Farm Bureau meeting Friday night apfollows President Mrs Paul president Mrs Tony rur JohnkLove and director Matt Love The meeting waa held in St Johns echoolhouse Coach Walter Weiss who takes over the work of county agent Dec 1 was introduced by the present incumbent Lee Nutty Group stagingwas followed by moving pictures of a phase of the Civil war by County Agent Nutty with the machine belongingto the unty Farm Bureau where they will mako their liohi TO HOLD UNIT MEETING NORA1 Womans Jrelgn Missionary society of the M E church will hold a unit meeting at Nora Springs Wednesday with an all flay session at the church BECOMEPARENTS ana Mrs Elmer Bretlow are the parents of a son born Oct 11 This Is their first chuld JOIN BIG CHAIN MARKLB brothers renera merchants here have joined he RiteWay chain stores An open ng under the new system was held Sutuiday HOLp SPECIAL SERVICE feature at the all day church vmeeting at the Methodist church Sunday was a special service by tho younger membeis in the eve nine v ALLISON 0 E S MEETS regular meeting of the Eastern Star was held Thursday 4ye ningr Refreshments were served by Mrs Ernest Speedy Mrs Mne Reeve1 Mrs Ed Farms Mrs A W Froningr and Mrs William Nicholas v V RETURNrFROM MINNEAPOLIS LYLE Torkelson and daughter Auhfe have returned from n tew days visit in Minneapolis The trip was made via airplane Ker mlt ns pilot lv RETURNS FROM HOSPITAL CARPENTER Irnin CulhertsOn has returned from RocBester where he has been the past two week1 going thru the clinic ana receiving medical attention WELCOME PASTORS RETURN NORA reception was ven to the Rev H A Crumb and family Friday evening to welcome their return to the Nora Springs M E church for their third year A pro gram was given by the members and friends of the church ERECT NEW BUILDINGS MARBLE Baltimore ana his crewlof carpenters are build Ing1 a new house and barn for John Schmitt north of ton r REPRESENTED BY 8 MEMBERS local Congregational church was represented by tha pas tor the Rev L A Marquardt and eight members at the Wehster City association heW nf Clarion last week MOVE FARM BUREAU Mitchell County Veteran Served Entife 4 Years E N Meadcr of Cassville Mo has been appointed assist ant to the secretary of agricul ture Arthur M Hjde also of Missouri succeeding Rodger B Kauf fmann He has been a spe cial assistant to the attorney general since June 1938 TO HOLD BAZAR The Deer Creek Bureau office ias been inoved from the basement of courthouse to the rooms formerly occupied bv the county nttnrre BUYS LYLE POOIi HALL Mrnn Adolph Strand s makinghis home here mth his mother has purchased the Madera joolhall nnfl has taken possession The were formerly of Litch N Bak VISIT JHINNESOTA LATIMBR ana Mrs AVill Schomberg and sop Lewis and grand Sohomberg are enjoying visit vIthMr and Mrs John Krueeer and with other friends and relatives In Fairmont Minn WILL GO TO NEW YORK KORA Mr and Mrs Tarry Britton and Ifttio daughter of Jollevue are visiting nt the James Qulmby home Jlr IBritton Is a bro her bCMis Qulmby fam ly expects to go to New York City Phone 1800 1601 Phone 807 WE DELIVER TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Gftp SIITHAP DOC WO Lbs Beet 100 Lbs Cane Imitation Vanilla Largc Jug Brown Sugar 8 Powdered IDS Peas Can 12c 2 Ibs Beans 25c Deckers English Sliced Bacon Can lOc Bulk Maca roni 3 Ibs 25c Mixed Vege tables CariV 15c CLEAR LAKE BUTTER Ib 48c Llbbys Ketchup k large Bottle IJC Peanut O C Butter Pints A DC Oxydol Xge Pkg 22c Libbys Fruit Salad 25c Monogram Dates flfg Bread Light i r or dark 3 for IOC Bulk Cocoa 2 Ladles Aid nlll hold a bazar and chicken sunper at the Anderson cafe Oct 16 beginning at 5 oclock GO TO CALIFORNIA J Cummlnes of the Leuthold and Cummings clothing store gave a stag dinnei Friday evening at C 30 oclock for Ben Donsker and W S Guy are for Cali fornia Mr Donsker has been clerk ing for Mr Cummings Mr Guy is going to Upland Cal where his bro ther H M Guy Is of a liens paper MAKE AT SOCIAL community bas Vet social held here Friday well attended and netted the school about 40 A musical program preceded the sale otthe baskets ARRIVES FQR VACATION Delia Lansing Mich has arrived to spend liervacation at the home the Rev anfl Mrs The Rev MrWelkel met herat Garheri WILL VISIT 10 DAYS arid Mrs George Seeley Sr have left by auto for Bax ter Minn to visit their son and family for a week or 10 days REHEARSALS START iAT RUM of the cast of the iome talent play Ob Kay hae ieen chosen and Tiie play which is befng sponsored by hs Culture club is being coached by MrsC ICarlson ATTEND MEETING ariS Mrs A N Mor ord attended a meeting of the Jvrasonic ana Star lodges at Clarksvills Friday night IS IN HOSPITAL F Dunkel patient in the MercyJiospi al in Mason Citywhore slierecelved aminoroperation Her motlier Mrs Noia SpiirigsIataking care ofherliorne during her absence TWO ENTER FROM NASHUA Peters music di rector of Nashua public schools has been chpaeri as1 judge of the Chlckasaw county Atwater Kent Radio contest Two entries fronvNashuahigh school to sins In this contestvhave been made IS IN luVWLER Peter Cooney of Chicago is visltins relatives friends in Lawler RETURJSS TO DES MOINES C H Tompklns and children Rachel Denzilarid Disk drove to DCS Molnes Sunday Mrs Toinpkiris Avho has been attending the W H oC the M B church and visiting her mother eturned home with them HARVESTS POTATO CROP Harry Schraeder has re turned home from his farm at Plain 25cf Package 15 c lyory Flakes Large Pkg Sokp limited 2 or 5c r J I BullcBIce Fancy 3 Ibs Brooms Good Ones 49c 25c UbbyB Tail Red Salmon Can Pancake Flour Large OCl Package North Beach Cut Jreeh Beans Fish Balls Large Can 15c 25c Gold Medal Cake Flour 29c North Beach Kippered Herring 15c HONEY COMB I5c Butternut 49c Peaches No 10 Gal 50 Per rn CentSyrup D it C Pmnes No 10 Gal 49c Coffee Ib 49c 1 Gem y SlflO lOci Pumpkin Can Nash Coffee Triangle Olco 19c z ibs 35c Van Camps Spaghetti 10C CRISCO Van Camps Pork and i Beans Mixed Candy Ib Flour MB FARMEK While you are pickingthe corn send your wife to the SterlingGroceries and she can pick up a tot of bar galas Bring us your eggs Use parking place back of the store as long as you want to fieldwhore lias been Supervising the haHest of hspotatpcrppV SEE FOOTBALL GAME 3JAGLB und Mrs John Donhone and daughter Dorothy Helen Westerburg and Ella Coltvet to Noithflcld Minn where they attended the St Thomas St Olaf foot ball same They visited over the week end with Mr daughter airs Adi Ian Chrlfitensen MISSION CIRCLES MEET two mission circles met Thursday afternoon The Miss Bessie Fora division met nlth MrsEd Eschcrlch and Miss Carrie Thovsons division met with Mrs Lester Nagzel and Mrs Luckason WILL VISIT DAUGHTER and Mrs J W Lowe of Slayton Minn brot Mrs Lowes father Mr Larson Los An gelesv Cal for a visit here in the home of his daughter Mrs Eriiie Jones HOLD JFOLLOWUP MEETING first follow up meeting InTiome finmshing will be held in District No 1 Rock Grove township at the home of Mrs George Benzon Tuesday The subject will be pillow covers T MOVES TO OELWEIN Lutheran Biother hoodi and all other men of the con gregatlon met Friday night in the church parlors for a farewell recep tion for theRev F H Voelker who will nith his family soon leave for Oelweln where he has accepted the pastorate ARE FROM DES SJOINES HOCK R TV Pacey and daughter Miss Lucy Pacey of Dea Molnes are visiting friends here WENT TO CONVENTION Mrs W A Richards John High and Frank Grotty took 14 members of tho Royal Neighbor lodge to a convention at Plalnfied Friday HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY and Mrs Andrew Sorenson and daughter Lois and Mr and Mrs Louie Johansen enter tained at dinner at the Mr and Mrs J C Chrlstensen home on Friday The event was In honor of Mrs Christen sens birthday annlveisary ARE SUNDAY GUESTS and Harry Shartle of guests Sun day of the F F Blackstonfamilj SPENDS FEW DAYS Vera Turner who Js attending Cornell college at Mount Vernon has spent a few das at the parental G W Turnerhome here VISIT IN GARNER and Mrs Dick Bald win arid Mrs Baldwins niece Jean 3chneider of Ames Spent Sunday with ho Rov Armentrout family BECOMES ILL SUDDENLY Trues a long time resident this place was hur ried to Waverly Saturday night where he submitted to an operation immed iately His condition is reportedto be serious owtng tb a complication of ailments advancedage ATTENDS LIBRARY MEETING P M Spayde local Ubrariau laattendhiffthe three day theState LibraryJassocia tionin DesMdines she will be the house guest of vMr and Mrs Hainood Spayde at the Lor raine VISITING IN THORNTON arfd Mrs John Bebb of Angeles Cal Miss Emily Watasnand Stuart Ferguson of Fort Dodge are visitingseveral days at the A G Heddle liorne TO ATTEND CLINICAL CONGRESS nnd Airs C O Tencrich win leave for Chi cago where lie will attend the clinical congress of the American College of Surgeonsof North America Now Makes His Home With Son on Old Homestead at Grafton EDITORS NOTE ATMs la another of the seriesof bio graphical sketches of the re maining veterans the Civil Pictures and stories of veterans In North Iowa com munities from readers will the GlobeGa zette GRAFTON Oct Tesch waa born at Janesville Wis Jan 28 1840 He enlisted in the1 Union anriy Oct 181861 at JanesviHe Wis and was in Company A 13th Wisconsin Infantry Mr Tesch saw much hard fight ing during his years of service but escaped without injuries He served In the army four years and three months and was discharged Sept 24 1865 at San Antonio Texas After the war he went back to Wisconsin and later came to Iowa He settled in Mitchell county in 1869 He was married to Louise Vor pahl and they had three children only one of whom is living Mrs Tesch djed several years ago iFKED TESCH He lives with his son Henry and family on the old homestead in Mitchell county enjoys fairly good health reads some attends church regularly helps with the chores and with some light work His mem ory is still vivid bhby girl jvda v born o Mr and Mrs B aker Monday A Saturdayevening ARE FROM NORA Ben Hansen oC BlrminghanijN Y are visiting relatives here They herepto attend tlie funeral of Mr HanselslirotherMax Hansenr John and Martin Hansen Sioux Falls S broth ersweroalBo here 1 ENTERTAINrNEIGHBORING UNITS Fi MaGo past matroniris clutiventertainecl tho Springs units homeofMrs Frldayl PURCHASES STORE Schrder closed n deal with F W Cringle today WherebyMr Schroer purchased the Prlngle stock of general merchandise He is nlveafly incharge VISIT IN FOREST CITS FOREST CmrMrs Cleo Wart chow and Lottie Bletch ofIowa Falls nre visiting relatives aria friends In Forest City FARMBUREAU ELECTS Farm Bureau held Its annual meeting Thurs day at tho There were election of officers and a pro gramThe music was furnished by the BrittUkclele jlub consisting four young women VISIT WITH SON Mrs AVL Spdoner nttonded the Austin FiintCe soeletymeatlne at Fort Dodge Wednesdayand also at tended the banquet at the Wahkonsn lotel visited their son A Lloyd Spooher and wife in Fort Dodge ISPRIVATE SECRETARY Vivienne Taylor of Clarion has been appointed private secretary to J E Stlllwe general manager of tlio ScarsRoebuck storo n Des Molnes Wedding Anniversary Is Celebrated at Protivin by Community Pioneers CRESCO Oct and Mrs Joseph of Protivin celebrated their golden wedding an niversary Tuesday Oct 15 They were married Oct 15 1S7U in the Holy Trinity church at Pro tivta by the pastorthe Rev Fran cis Ehanbergerarid the dis tinctionof being the first couple Carried in that church after its erection more thana half century ago Mrs Pecinovskys maiden name Miss Theresa Moudry Their family consists of two sons Joseph andCharles and three daughters MrsvFrank Wagner Mrs Joseph Moudryand Mrs John Svestka all living in thevicinity of Protivin There are also 23 grandchildren and one great grandchild Clarence Ed ward Komarek Jr Mr Pecinoysky was born near Protivin 75 years ago and has con tinued to live in that vicinity aver sinqe His father was the founder of the town of Protivin Vasey Addresses Nora Springs C6rnmerce Club NORA SPRINGS Oct comm erci al club had for its mo in speakerSupt Frank Vasey of Ma son City whose subject was Hu man dinner was served in the JCpion community hall by the newowrier of the Prin aid Mrs Gp Rob The commerciairclub is plan ning a Halloween party for the children of thetown Ackley BoytDies After i Long nihess in East Oct was receivedin Atkley of the deathof Jforton Crawford 20 whb since the latter part of has been dying of Meningitis in a hospital at Charleston W Ya His mother Mrs Wlltlpm Guthman of Ackley has been withhlni during his ill ness The body will be brot toAck ley for burialBesides his mothir he is survived by his stepfather William Guthman three stepbroth ers anrt fwn all of Ack ley I Former Shakespearian Player Is in Fayette FAYETTE Qct and Mrs HL Bayiiss of Beverly Hills Cal arrived here Wednesday eve ning for a visit with Mrs Baylias mother Mrs Nora Graf Mrs Bay lisa was formerly Miss Zinita Graf leadinglady for the Deveraux play ers Shakesperian actorswho made several appearances in Iowa Among the latter wereperformers at the University ofIowa Cornell college and Upper Iowa They played reg ularly at the leading colleges and universities in this country and Caa for several years Forest City Student Passes With Honors at Large University FOREST CITYOct has been received here that Horace E Anderson son of Mrs K Anderson of Milwaukee Wis for merlyof Forest City has ust passedthe entrance examination for Columbia university lawschoolwitix the highest grade given in the last threa years MrAndersons aver age was 946 per centi placing hm first out of approximately 700 stu dentsaccording to a letter received from the university authorities by his mother He was graduated from the Columbia university school of journalism last spring Farm Near Coulter Is Sold at an Acre COULTER Damm has sold his 80 acre tract of laad seven miles eastof Coulteron pri mary No 10 to of Alexander who will occupy it nfxt spring The farm isat present oc cupied by PeterNelsonThe consid eration acre 500 Persons Attend P T A at Fayette FAYETTE Oct 400 and 500 people attended a pio gram given for the parents and pa trans of the Fayette schools high school assembly Friday even ing Numbers were presented by the boys and girls glee clubs directed by Miss Honorine Otley Iowas rep resentative in last years Atwater Kent audition An address on edu cational topics was given by Dean Mongold of Upper Iowa In view of the success of this meeting more are being planned by Superinten dent Morse OHDTJ BELLS TAXI PHONE 771 15 South Central Garagre Service Hours Dr Harold Jennings Osteopathic Physician Obstetrician 415 to 425 M B A Building Office Phone 3789 Res Phone 2861 J Garner Congregation Holds Big Rally Day GARNER1 Oct United churchhere held Its rally program Suiday Over 100 attended the usual Bibleschoolhour and the auditorium was filled for the 11 oclock service Special music by the choir class singing by the children and a talk from a representative from each department of the church activities occupied pro gram president of the Farmers National bank and teacher of the young mena class led in the series of talks Osage Represented at Waterlooin Iowa Glee Club Joint Concerts OSAGE Oct Alice Maxwell music supervisor of the public schools took tha following members of the high school sler club to Waterloo Thursday to form apart of the all stateglee club that sang at the Northeastern Iowa Teachers association MarjoryDor sey Katteryn Mapes Harriett Ne ua Louella Starr Gata Gunderson Betty Jane Pettit Wendell Tubbs LaVerne Muller Raymond Larson Bob Kingsburyl Milard Hoveisdn and Willard Jones Miss Maxwel di rected thealto section at the con cert BLJRM CORA CQAL CaHusforQurpricetoday DeHvery to be made to suit yourconvenience BefbreIts Too Late FlftESlliE FUEL CO CHAS M GUNDERSON FRANK L RYAN TlbllSo Federal Ave WALDORF HAS BIG HOMECOMING Former Students Flock Back to Forest City for Annual Event FOREST CITY Oct homecoming festivities of Waldorf Junior college were carried out as scheduled The Forest City band headed the parade of students fa culty alumni and friends and played between halves and during the game between the Waldorf Coyotes and the Britt Junior college Theannual foundation day pro gram was held on the evening of Oct 12 in the college lobby C B Helgeh of Northfield Minnfor of Waldorf was the principal speaker and short talks were given by the Rev C S Salveson founder of Waldorf col lege ThorwaldThorson Carl Field Oscar Nelson Mr Klemmesrud edi tor of the Thompson Courier Music consisted of group singing of col lege songssolos by Gustav Ode gaard and Miss Ella Hillan of Wal dorf music department and two groups of selections by Waldorf choir under the direction of Pr Oflvin Hagen Homecoming activities extenr thru Sundaywhen special servi were conducted at Imiriariuel Lr eran church Mr Helgen filling pulpit In the morning and the yA Luther leagues of the college church putting on the program the evening Hampton Women Will Edit Magazine fox Iowa Womans Cli HAMPTON Oct Bel Roper Card and Miss Bert Gaulke active members ofvt HamptonBusiness and Professibi Womens chosen eriil and business manager of The low Business Woman which will M published here for the ensuing yefe The publication la the official zine of Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Women Blame Grief for Suicide SIGOTJRNBY Oct 12 over the death of his wife serve days ago is believed to have caiiaej the suicide by shottng A D Basey 70 STANDS FOR QUALITY An Invitation To New Residents NEXT to meetingold friends our greatestpleasure Is KreetlnR new ones What a privilege it would bo to welcome every newcomer to our city say our say about ivhat a fineplace it Is to live in want to know us We believe jou find our store worthy of our oity and our merchandise worthy of jour good taste We be lieve you will find tho friendly sincere atmosphere hero a true reflection of the spirit of hospitality characteristic of this Representative American community We want to make you feel so much at homo on your first visit that youwill become a regular visitor ft you come from a great metropolis you will bo quick to sense the metropolitan mariner in our merchandise and our service If you come from a small town you will be pleased to discover that size and modernism can go handinhand with the same interested personal attitude to Which you havebeen accustomed We Invite you to make this your store This week wilLfind dozens of mar velous new offeringjjiorou Greatest FALL FESTIVAL OF VALUES Visit each department see in particular the new stamped goods The new bags pa jamas outing gowns kapok whjte out ing new hope pongee Many New Interesting Things Each Day STERLING Aghasie M D RHEUM ATOLIGIST Treats rheumatism only More than 25 years of experience in thia Specialty Aphorism once rheumatic always rheu maticTor there la no cure for arthritis Is only the opinion of those who utter not mlneIet me put you in touch with thosfi who have had experience in both chronic muscular sciatica lumbago neuritis arthritis rheu matism of heart stomach and intestines Office 409 First National Bank buildinf Hours from 8 to 4 daily Ask for booklet on rheumatism and the diet it Is free In close 2 cents in stamps for postage A OSHANA Mason City Iowa He Who Hesitates Is an old adage And money that is not banked promptly is in danger of being lost or stolen Bank your money promptly when youre ceive it It is safer and your credit standing will receive the benefit of hav ing a larger balance in your bank account NATIONAL BANK of MASON CITY Bank   

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