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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Mason City News on This Page MONDAY OCTOBER 14 1929 EVENTS benefit dance of Milwaukee womens club at arm ory Oct Legion drum corps boxing show at the armory Oct Izaak Walton convention in Mason City Oct at K C hall Dixie Ramblers Oct W C A membership banquet City News i I I 1 JHSchmitz piano tunerPh2425J Dance Manly WeoVKensett Frl Art Shocks Orchestra Rufus Sceley left last a visit with friends at Indianapolis Ind and Buckeyeafter a few days visit with the Carver brothers northwest of Mason City He will returnto his home at Los Angeles Oct 20 Heatq coal for furnace special 5950 delivered W G Block Co Ph 563 or 564 Second annual Milwaukee Wom ens club dance at Armory Thurs Oct 17 Birth certificates have been for Norm a Jean daughter of Mr and Mrs Berndt C Myhr Clear iLake born Oct 8 Aileen Ivadel of Mr and Mrs eGorge C Jorgenson 136 Twentyninth street born Sept 27 arid TLourine Janetdaughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Harry Givler born Oct 7 Painters localHGS banquet Mon day eve Union Labor Hall All members urged to be present Second annual Milwaukee Wom ens club dance at Armory Thurs 0ct 17 A permit for the construction of a S10000 addition tOv the plant of yt B Decker and Sons company his beengranted by the building com Lucy M Brown 504 South Adams avenue was granted a permit for building a porch at a icost of J150 uv Cities Service Co is growing and growing rapidly but none of its growthhas taken place at the ex jenae of efficiency Do not delay in jiskins C F Kriz 625 M B A 1181 Offie e open evenings of thoNorth his mother Mrs Uane ALien and uncle Edmund H Prior Have Returned from Rock ford 111 whereMrs Lien and Mr visited their sister Mrs C A Dayton for a week Mr Lien went to Chicago after reaching Rockford andspent several days there dur ingwhichtime he saw the first two games of the world series They made the trip by auto and returned Sunday evening Josephs Tabernacle Society bfinefit card party Mon eve I Sirs Tom Arthur Mrs Charles Brady Mrs J F Garvey of Mason City and Mrs William Haire of Ft returned from a trip to Notre and Chicago They vis ited Mrs Bradys son Richard and Mrs Haires son Robert who arn attending Notre Dame and on the way back they stopped at Chicago and visited MargaretHaire daugh ter of MrsHaire who is a student at Rosary college They made the trip by auto and were gone a week Dallas to Los Angeles Airline to Be Opened DALLAS Texas Oct 14 The first link in a new Los Angeles New York aerial route will open within two weeks between Dallas and Los Angeles Four planes are to be placed in operation as soon as de livery can be obtained Womens faults are many Men have only two Everything they say And everything they treal Star FOR SALE Goodgoing small suburban grocery store to exchange part payment on small ason City residence property Stock and fix tures will invoice ajbout rental reason able Owner wishes to re tire and everything clear of debt L P is PHONE 134 JALY EPIGRAMS Old bachelors know too many thlnjrs that are none of their business PLUMBING HEATING TO PAVE SOUTH ROAD TO CLEAR LAKE COMMISSION TO START WORK ON PAVING IN SPRING Abnormally Heavy Traffic Makes HardSurfacing Necessary Claim Definite assurance that the south road between Mason City and Clear Lake is to be paved next year was received Monday morning from Clif ford L Niles chairman of the Iowa State Highway commission The abnormally heavy traffic requires something more than a 16 foot road in poor condition Mr Niles stated in his explanation of the corn missions decision to pro ceed with this project immediately upon the opening of paving work in the spring Traffic fs Heavy Counts taken by local highway officers show that more than 4000 cars pass over the road in 18 hours of an average day and that on Sun days holidays and special occasions the number greatly exceeds this fig ure This heavy congestion is responsi ble for a large number of accidents on the highway and results in seri ous delays to travel Besides being inadequate the present pavement to Clear Lake is old part of it is in bad shape and all of it too narrow local persons interested in the movement have brot out One Way Traffic Plan It is pointed out that the new road will have as easy or an easier access from Clear Lake as the pres ent one and will make an ideal thorofare for traffic from the lake to Mason City The road will make the distance no farther than the highway now traveled The present pavement it is stated could then be used as much as possible for traffic moving westward This ar rangement will make most of the traffic move oneway grade on the south road was completed by the Cerro Gordo coun ty road officials this summer and is ready except for some shoulder work for the pavement in the spring City Must Also Pave The promise of the highway com mission to pave the road in spring is contingent on the fact that the city will pave seveneighths of a mileto Central Heights or to the city limits Thepavement it is stated will be at least 18 feet in width T A Potter ofMason City a di rector of the Iowa Good Roads as sociation hag been instrumental m placing the matter before the high way commission and the governor BABYBEEFBOYS PLAN FOR 1930 34 Calves Procured for Club County Agent Olson States Thirtyfour calves have already been procured for the baby beef club for 1930 according to County Agent Marion Olson More boys are making requests for baby beeves than the county has had during the past years This is largely due to the help given by the beef breeders in procuring calves and urging the boya to feed Mr Ison said The club as conducted In this county is a feeding contest altho emphasis is placed on the profit that the boy can make on the feed ing operation Carl pldson secre taryof the Iowa Beef Producers association stated at a recent meet ing that baby beef feeding is a busi ness proposition The boy learns how to properly feed and care for a calf as well as making a small profit To Hold Meetings The beef producers plan to hold regular meetings with the boys and divide up the boys into groups in which certain breeders and feeders willMae responsible then to hold n tour next summer and help the boys wherever possible With this cooperation it will be possible to carry on a more successful beef program than this county has had during past years Boys from 10 to 19 years inclu sive are eligible to membership in the beef club Any calf grade or purebred dropped between March 1 and October 11929 will be eligible NORTHERN LOW A COUNCIL NOW HAS 1261 IN TROOPS Membership in America Has Reached 833769 Boy Scouts A communication received by the local council from the national of fice ofthe Boy Scouts of America today showed the membership of the organization in the United States as 833769 active scouts This is an increase of 43 per cent in member ship Forecasts revived from the 700 councils thruout the country in dicate that this membership will in crease 19 per cent before Dec 31 The new registration system j which providesfor registering j masters assistant troop commiHoemen and council members on the same basis as scouts has met with considerable enthusiasm thruout the country This plan will protect the leaders record in scouting the same as it does the boys At presentthere are 28011 registered acoutmastars in charge of as many troops assisted by 25865 assistants In addition 163731 men are serving as troop committeeinen council members and merit badge counselors The Norlh Iowa council compris ing a territory of nine counties in cluding Winnebago Hancock Wright Worth Cerro Gordo Frank lin Floyd and Butler has fo rthe first time inits history gone over the 1200 mark in boy member ship At present there are 61 troops in the North Iowa council with a boy membership of 1261 This is the largest that tin council has ever been and accordingto Dr B Rayj mond Weston president of the North Iowacouncil it is believed that the membership will be 1400 by the end of the year One hundred twentyfive men are serving as scoutmasters assistant scoutmas ters and deputy scout commission ers in the local council Freedom From Money No need of worrying over tem porary money shortages Well let you have up to Thru privacy and confidence this way that you will appreciate Come in today UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE PM HUMPHREY MGR PHONE 1414 GROUND FLOOR MBA BAGLEYS RETURN FROM MEETING Attended Annual Conven tion of Bankers on West Coast Willis G C Bagley whoas pres ident of the Iowa Bankers asso ciation was the leader of the Iowa delegation at the national bankers convention at Saa Francisco the latter part of September returned to his desk at the First National bank here Monday morning He and Mrs Bagley returned Sunday from the coast journey after having been absent almost three weeks The convention Mr Bagley stated was one of the best ever held by the association There was some discussion of group banking but no action was taken on the movement which has undergone big develop ments inthepast year Followingthe convention Mr and Mrs Bagleywent to Los Angeles where they spent a week visiting with a number oC Mason City friends and touring about in southern Cali fornia Ship Many Tubers Minn Oct U V the fact that many farm ers are storing their tubers approx imately 70 cars of potatoes have been shipped by rail from here al ready this fall with many otVer shipments by truck Last year 310 cars were shipped and the year be fore 630 cars but the majority of the shipments were made late in the Season MERCY AND PARK HOSPITALS GIVEN U S RECOGNITION Placed on Approved List of American College of Surgeons The American College of Sur geons Chicago representing 9000 leading surgeons of the United States Canada and other countries issues a report which its investi gators have made regarding the conditions of hospitals thruout the country This report lists the hos pitals found to be meeting the re quirements that insure safe and effi cient service to their patients The Park ana St Josephs Mercy hospitals in Mason City appear fully approved on the list Other north ern Iowa hospitals listed as fully approved are St Josephs Mercy hospital Fort Dodge Lutheran hos pital Hampton Allen Memorial and the St Francis hospitals Waterloo St Josephs hospital New Hampton was conditioned Gives List of 2000 In connection with the report on hospital standardization Dr Frank lin H Martin president of the sur geons association announced a list of approximately 2000 hospitals in the United States and Canada which have been found to measure up to the colleges requirements for safe and efficient hospitals Greater skill and better equip ment have so greatly increased the efficiency of hospitals that the aver age hospital bed today is turning out three patients a month as com pared to one and a half 10 years ago Hospitals Gain Efficiency The stay of most hospital pa tients ranges from 8 to 15 days with an average of 125 days Ten years ago it was generally double that The mortality rate in hospitals now averages 35 per cent which 1s cnly half the figure of a decade ago These statistics and others listed in the report show that great strides of improvement have been made in hospital conditions in the last de cade The larger institutions with over 100 beds have made the great est improvement and 95 per cent of j them appear on the approved list of the American College of Surgeons Requirements Given The requirements for hospitals are 1 A modern physical plant free from hazards with a competent governing1 body 2 An efficient chief executive officer or superintendent with a competent personnel 3 An organized medical staff of qualified physicians and surgeons who hold regular meetings to re view and evaluate the professional work of the hospital 4 A thoro system for recording conditions treatment and progress of each patient 5 Acceptable diagnostic and j therapeutic facilities 6 Definite evidence that the staff members are opposed to feesplit ting or payment of commissions by surgeons for patients referred to them Five Arrested for Drinking Sunday John Hansonand Carlston Bahn son Rock Falls were arrested at Second street and Federal avenue at oclock Sunday night and charged with intoxication It was asserted that the pair were stagger ing arm in arm down the street and causing a scene JEach forfeit ed a 515 bond Phil McKee 103 South Virginia avenue arrested at oclock Sunday evening at Pennsylvania avenue and State street was charged with intoxication and fined 515 and in costs by Police Court Judge Lowell L Forbes Otto Shields arrested Sunday evening at the rear of 216 South Federal avenue was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail M R Hagstrom Minneapolis Minn was arrested Sunday evening and charged with intoxication He forfeited a bond of FENCERS ELECT THEIR OFFICERS Paul Wine gar Will Give Instruction to Class at Y M C A Peter Selby has been named pres ident of the newly organized fencing group made up of Mason City young men according to an announcement from the Y M C A Lawrence Meade is vice president and Don Jones secretary and treasurer Phil Winegar who has had some experience in the art will act as in structor and coach of the classes which will meet Tuesdays and Fri days at p m in the Y M C A building Don McPeak will have charge of the meetings Foils masks and guards have been procured by individual mem bers A tourist is a person who can name every town where he had a puncture or got stung on the price of a Joseph News Press SPECIAL TRAIN OF MILWAUKEE HERE WEDNESDAY Officers and Board Members to Spend Night Here While on Tour Members of the board of directors and officers oc the Milwaukee rail road will arrive in Mason City in a special train Wednesday to spend the night while onan inspection tour of the railroads eastern lines The train is scheduled to arrive at 6 oclock Tentative route of the directors inspection train is via Sturtevant Beloit Savanna Cedar Rapidg Ot tumwa Kansas City Davenport Clinton Dubuque Marquette Cal mar Mason City Canton Egan Austin La Crosse Marouette Madi son Portage Horicon Milwaukee The following directors will be on board the inspection train Morti mer 2ST Buckner chairman of the board New York Trust company New York H E Byram chairman of the board C M St P P rail road New York City W W Col nitts Coverdale Colpitts consult ing engineers New York Howland S Davis Blake Brothers and Com nanv bankers New Yorlc Fairmnn R Dick Roosevelt Son bankers New York Samuel H Fisher New York MarkW Potter Lawyer New York H A Scandrett presi dent C M St P P railroad Chi cago W W K Snarrovv vice pres ident C M St P P railroad Chicago and Pierpont V Davis vice president National City company The following Milwaukee road of ficers will be on board O W Dynes general solicitor Chicago J T Gil lick vice president in charge opera tions Chicago O NHarstad gen eral manager lines east Chicago C F Lowetti chief engineer Chi cago R J Marony vicepresident New York H E Pierpont vict president in charge traffic Chicago MINISTERS STOWE FAREWELL Association Holds Luncheon at Y W C A for Church of Christ Pastor Members of the Mason City Min isterial association met in the Y W C A Saturday noon to bid fare xvell to the Rev A C Stowe pastor of the Church of Christ who preached hia last sermon Sunday morning to the local congregation A program of toasts arranged in a novel way occupied the time aftsr the dinner had been served Cards had been placed at each plate upon the under aide of which the various parts of the program were printed and ag each pastor was seated he drew his part in the pro gram The following order prevailed In vocation the Rev Jewel L Pickett toasts The Pee That Amused Me Most the Rev George Daviea My Most Embarrassing Moment as a Pastor the Rev G H Kohier Why Ministers Get Gray the Rev A O Soholm Some Values of Min isterial Fellowship the Rev C D James A Christian Parting the Rev P W Pfaltzgraff C E Oilman of the Y M C A led in the singin of Blest Be the Tie That Binds The Rev Mr Stowe responded to the toasts with hla greeting to tho group and the benediction was given by Adjutant W G Friend of the Salvation Army Others present drew cards bearing the words You Are a Listener The honeymoon isnt over if she mentions the change she found In the cracks beside the cushion of his easy Inn Tribune Philosophy Sei Dont put too much faith In the mun who chums to be boss in his own home lie is liable to lie about other things too Dont put too much faith in cheap prices Oft times coal that is sold at a low price is low in quality also Use some of our coal and you will be delighted with the heat it gives you WAGN ER COAL COMPANY PHONE 336 1130 So Car Avc Dr Horace S Beemer J C PENNEY BUILDING EXTKACTION SPECIALIST Gas and Block Anesthesia XKAY OF TEETH W H Penfield engineer mainten ance way Chicago Officials of various departments with headquarters on divisions over which the train is routed will be OR board while the train is on thiiir respective divisions This is the annual fall trip of the directors of the Milwaukee road fov the purpose of inspecting the rail roads property NEW BANK HAS STEADY GROWTH Deposits Reach in First Six Months State ment Shows The second statement of the Northwest Savings bank which ap pears in this issue of the GloberGa zette shows total deposits of 5374 52460 an increase of approximately 5150000 since the June statement of the institution when the deposits aggregated approximately The bank which was six months old Oct 6 showed total resources of in this statement which is of Oct 4 as ordered by the state superintendent of banking Officers and directors of the in stitution expressed their gratifica tion at the progress the bank is making which they stated has ex ceeded their expectations The statement was signed by C O Wil kinson vice president R P Lien cashier and J E E Markley L E Moore J Decker and R J Glass directors We know a member of the young 2r generation who declined an invi ation to attend a horse show re cently on the ground that hed al ready seen a Tribune COURT OF HONOR I WILL BE OCT 2l Huge Crowd Expected at Affair Postponed One Week J The areawide Boy Scout court of honor postponed from Sunday Jwill be held nejit Sunday Oct 20at Crystal Lake The court of honou committee headed by W P announces that the Orphean or1 chestra of the First Methodist church in charge of H C Brown director will begin a concert promptly at p m One of the largest groups of can dates ever to appear for badges Avilt receive awards at this court of honor Two scouts will receive the eagle badge and four others will receive the eagle degree With the weather as nice as it isT and the country at its prettiest the court of honor committee predicts the largest crowd in the history of these annual outdoor court of honor meetings Many families plan picnic and the Crystal Lake scouts and commitee will furnish coffee and lemonade to those that do The final hour for receiving api plications is Wednesday noon aci cording to the scout office the time have been extended one week Practically all of the 61 troops in the area plan to attendthe court honor Sunday afternoon as a unit Wo suggest you buy tlio watch or ring JMaSOIl or Hay Scnoy Al ways buy where you do the best You Need Health Why not do as others are doing come to us and get well Dr W C Grainger CHIROPRACTOR SHAKLEE CLINIC Phono 73 Itcs Phone Have the New ModelUiitq Clean Your Fall Clothes Just try this better service note each garment when returned See now beautiful and fresh it looks how clean and colorful The New ModelUnique is giving everyone a new and cleaning service REPAIR DEPARTMENT The New ModelUnique also does re pairing relining hemstitching and puts new velvet collars on overcoats this special service Have the ModelUnique put your fall garments in first class condition Call 49 We will please you We guarantee satisfaction Expert workmanship and very moderate prices Prompt delivery The New ModelUnique PHONE 49 104 SOUTH FEDERAL Thoroughly Dependable You want good service and want your business We will do our best to give you what you want if you give us the opportunity We can take care of you regardless of the make of car you own WE NEVER CLOSE JHMarston MASON CITYS BIG GARAGE Dependable Used Cars Second and Delaware North East DODGE PLYMOUTH PI L Cured without surgery by easy office method without con finement to house or loss of time from work In n few easy treatments tlio Piles arc gone Dr Williort Shnllcnberjrer spe cialist in rectal and chronic diseases has successfully treated hundreds of cases of painful itching bleeding and protruding piles by his nnihulnnt method If you arc afflicted como in for free fiviminntlnn and let the Doctor cvnlain Ills method to you Other rectal diseases such ns FISHnre Proctitis Pruritis Itch Polypus Ulcer and others scientifically and successfully treated Diseases of the Stomach Liver and Intestines and other chronic diseases such as diseisos ot the Kidneys mid Bladder Lungs Hcsirt Blood Nerves Skin Dlabutcs Catarrh of the nose and throat Catarrhiil Deafness ICIiciimntlsm of the Joints and Muscles Goiter Constipation HiRh Blood Pressure Sick Headaches Female troubles ana private diseases of men sina women scientifically treated Dr Shallenbergcr Can Be Consulted at Mason City Hotel Cerro Gordo Friday October 18 FROM 8 A M TO 5 T U AND TIIUItSDAY EVENING OCT 17 FROM TO P M SG3IXD VISIT TO MASON CITY One day only und return visils nvury M dny Consultation nml examination free If you nro nfMictid wllh rVrtal or chronic trouble do not overlook the opportunity of consulting a special who has Imd nearly SO years successful cxpcrirnco in Iho treatment of these diseases Address letters to Wilbert Shallenkr 7G8 Onkwoort Blvd gerMD Chicago III   

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