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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Mason City News on This Page MONDAY NOV 4 1929 COMING EVENTS I Nov Straight and his orchestra of Chicago will play for dance at the armory Sponsored by drum and bugle corps Nov Armistice dance at the armory Music by Kay Keyes Dixieland band Nov week Fatherson Nov lodge Whoopee Minstrel at high school auditor ium Nov week FatherSon City News BUTIER TO GIVE Bennett Music Studio 421 N Ad Try Allisons coal Ph 481 Baked spring chicken dinner cran berry sauce Olympla Tea Room Mon night 50c Mr and Mrs H N Jacoby and two boys Harwood and Jen espent Sunday In Garner with Mrs Joco bys parents Dr and Mrs F M Spande For Fuller Brushes call 481J Potatoes fancy Western Iowa Whites and Red River Chios Also onions and sweet potatoes Priced right 502 S Fed Ave A J Mead and daughter Ruth and Harry Sondergaard of Thornton visited Mr and Mrs L J Cook 9 South Taylor avenue over Sunday Potatoes fancy Western Iowa Whites and Red River Ohios Also onions and sweet potatoes Priced right 502 S Fed Ave W O M L will give a public dance at Eagles hall Tues eve Nov STunlcas Colonials air and Mrs J C Young and family of Bristow were Sunday guests at the home of the latters brother M D Welcher 423 Fourth street northeast M B A social dance K C hall Wed eve 9 p m Tunicas Colonials Bldg Extraction of teeth Birth certificates have been filed for Rosemary Katherine daughter I of Mr arid Mrs Chester McClung 410i3outh Massachusetts avenue borh pet 13 Leo John son of Mr Mrs Leo James Cartel 711 fegJersey avenue born Oct 20 TjSomas Alfred sohr of Mr and Francis Dunn 244 Fifth street southeast born Oct 20 Fortunes are accumulated by In vestments for long pullCities Ser LOOKING EAST CEREMONY TO BE INCLUDED NOV 11 School Children Will Be Re leased to Take Part in Program Attorney W P Butler former county attorney for Cerro Gordo county and a veteran of the World war will give the address at Ma son Citys observance of Armistice day at 11 oclock in the morning of Monday Nov 11 it was announced by the committee in charge of ar rangements A feature of the program will be the customary looking east cere mony at 11 oclock which will be in charge of the Rev Jewel L Pick ett the chaplain of ClausenWcrden post Music for the program will be supplied by the Mason City munici pal band under the direction of Charles P Weaver The band will giveashort program before the opening of the formal exercises The announcement was made that school children would be released from their studies in time for the program and that school will be closed for the remainder of the day The program will bepresided over by Nels Malm nnwly elected com mander of ClausenWordeh post MOOSE ORDERTO GIVE MINSTREL Show to Be Presented at High School Auditorium Nov 14 and 15 show the Whoopee being sponsored for the evenings of Nov 14 and 15 at the high school auditorium by the Mason City Lodge 1328 of the Loyal Order of Moose v Proceeds from thetwo perform ancesWill be applied by the local chapter on the fund which all Moose lodges over the state are raising for the construction of a home for the children of Iowa ARMISTICE SPEAKER W P Butler will give the an nual Armistice address at the armory Nov 11 at 11 oclock it was announced by the com mittee iwufi puu oiti e c vice has richly Tewarded its Moose This show is one of the ers Orders executed for 10 or more I meansby which the Mason City shares for cash or part pay Ask chapter is raising their apnortion C F Kriz 625 M B A Bldg Ph for the Iowa Moose building 1181 Office open evenings Our Saviours church supper Wed Nov 6 25th St and S Jeff 35c Born to Mr and airs L Shoemaker of 1534 North Federal avenue a baby girl Oct 30 pounds Free lessons In plaque painting at Wards Furniture store Practical nurse Ph 530J brown pocketbook between Rogers hotel and Lions cafe Sunday Ph 507 Reward B F Graff of tho extension divi sion at Iowa State college at Ames spend Monday in Mason City aiding 1 County Agent Marion E Olson in the preparation of his annual report and with plans for next year Turkish Baths ana Swedish Mas sage Ladies from a m to p mGentlemen from p m to 10 p m M B A Bldg Ph 1441 Dance at Armory Thursday Nov 7 Music by Charley Straight and his boys 10 pieces Recording or chestra of Chicago Egt Stillman C Dull of Fort Crook is on a two months fur lough visiting at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs W F Dull 303 First street southeast f Houses for Rent 6 room house at 202 5th N E sleeping porch and three bedrooms Only 54000 Small House Midland Heights Addition at per month Five room house in east part at Partly modern 6 room house close in at per month For further particulars call Phone 184 Mason City Iowa DALY EPIGRAMS f Eve had the best husband in the that time YCo fund Prominentamong the entertain ers will be the Rusty Hinge Quar tet two soloists Paul Davis and Seymour Angel four blackface co medians Dr CL Meade W V Shorty Loring Dr H K Jones and Carl Wright Clint Kinney character Impersonator Mary Louise Smith who is to present sev eral groups of her dancing pupils Margaret West blues sineer and whistler Both performances will start promptly at oclock in the eve ning and are scheduled to last two hours E F Robison of the Robison Pro ducing company who travels over the country producing plays and en tertainments arrived the past week end from Webster City to direct the show The acts for the show are to be laid in cabaret settings replacing the old minstrel style circle WILLIAM BOOTH DIES OF STROKE Former Mason City Man Succumbs in West Coast Home Word has been received here by relatives of the death of William Booth 71former resident of Mason City at his home in El Cerrigo Cal Death was caused by a stroke place Monday afternoon at 2 of paralysis Funeral services were to take oclock with burial in the Sunset mausoleum Berkeley Hill ceme tery Mr Booth who was employed at City Brick and Tile com pany here had been a resident of Mason City 25 years and three yeara ago moved to California He was born and reared in Wisconsin Mrs Booth died 11 months ago The survivors are Hugh Rob ert Alburtus and Ernest who lived at home Mrs Bertha Ezra Clear Lake and Mrs Ethel Kittle son Mrs Hazel Kopache and Ar thur Booth of Mason City Charles Booth a brother living on a farm near Mason City also survives him Mr Booth was a member of the M B A lodge here Sasse Tries to Chase Others Out of Hotel Given 5 Days in Jail Gaprge E Sasse Clarion was sen tenced to five day a in jail on a charge of intoxication at police court Monday morning Sasse was arrested Sunday evening after a complaint had been made to police He signed his name George Elmer at a local hotel where it was said he tried to drive patrons out and also threatened to shoot the man ager Cliff Smith 11 Jefferson avenue southwest was arrested on a charge of intoxication Sunday night He forfeited bonds of OttoShields Mason City who was arrested Sat urday night on a charge of intox ication was sentenced to three days in Jail C A Willlams525 President ave nue southwest was arrested Sunday morning oh a charge of intoxication He forfeited bonds of Elmer Berg 933 Jackson avenue north west who was arrested Saturday iiight on a charge of Intoxication was sentenced to five days in jail Jack Otto 314 Delaware avenue southeast was arrested Saturday night on a charge of intoxication and given a continued hearing City Council Will Hold Monthly Session Tuesday The city council will gather at 1 oclock Tuesday afternoon for the regular monthly meeting Routine business is all thatIs scheduled for the session at the present time j 3 FACE CHARGES AT TRENTON MO Prosecution for Operating Stolen Car Will Be Started There Deputy Sheriff w D Conn re turned Sunday from Trenton Mo with a car which had been stolen here a week before from Harry B Keeler 609 Washington avenue northwest Forrest Grover Ray Ma bie and Edward Essie all of Mason City who were apprehended In pos session of tho car are being held at Trentonfor prosecution The three boys are charged with possession of a stolen auto Officials here were at first informed that the three would be brot here for prosecution but Trenton officials have decided there first to prosecute them FOUR RECKLESS DRIVERS CASES HEARD IN COURT WeekEnd Motoring Results in Many Accidents Police Report Weekend motoring resulted in four persons being charged with reckless driving and several col lisionsin which cars were badly damaged and persons received minor Injuries according to reports riade to police Frank Roberts 1309 Washington avenue northwest forfeited bonds of 550 on a charge of reckless driv ing by failing to appear in police court Monday morning before Jus tice of the Peace M C Coughlon who presld d in the absence of L L Forbes who was confined to hia home with illness Roberts was ar rested Sunday morning Everett McSwceney 1618 Adams avenue northwest reported to po lice that while he was driving his car Roberta had crowded him off the road causing him to wreck his car Mr McSweeney caught a ride withanother motorist overtook Roberts and after calling Officer Van Horn had him arrested About damage was done to his car Mr McSweeney declared Strikes Parked Car Louis Tanner 25 Ohio avenue northeast was fined and coats on a charge of reckless driving Po lice were told that at oclock Tanner hit the rear end of a parked car belonging to Carl Neiderman 510 Georgia avenue southeast in the 1600 block on Federal avenue south causing two of the tires to blow out and resulting in damage 549 Then Tanners auto hit a car be longing to Tony Skarles smashing a front fender and front wheel Tan ners car was still going and luugrea over the curb according to the po lice report and struck a signboard 100 feet from the street Bonds Are Forfeited G L Hlckey Dougherty for feited a bond of on a charge of reckless driving by failing to ap pear in police court He was ar resteU at oclock Sunday after noon in the 100 block on Federal avenue south His car collided with a car driven by Rudolph Mander ville of Minnesota William James 16 2424 Jefferson avenue southwest forfeited bonds of 510 on a charge of reckless driving by failing to appear In police court He was arrested Saturday after noon Is Injured in Collision Mrs Harry C Dull 922 Fifteenth street northeast received cuts from flying glass when the car in which she was riding collided with acar driven by E W Marshall 817 Washington avenue southwest at Fourth street and Pennesylvania avenue northwest early Sunday morning Mrs Dull who was riding with her husband was taken to Park hospital by R J Glass vhere her wounds were dressed Both cars were badly damaged police were John Valdiveso 1643 Pennsyl vania avenue northwest reported to police Sunday evening that while driving his car near Manly he was struck by a car with license A3416 which did not stop Several bottles which are believed to have con tained alcohol were thrown from the unidentified car Mr Valdiveso and his young daughter who was with him received cuts and were brot by a passing motorist to Mason City for treatment Hits Car Without Lights A car driven byTed Faktor 2201 First street southwest collided with an auto belonging to E A Bennett Northwesthotel Saturday evening at the corner of Twentyfifth street ind Federal avenue Police were told that the Bennett car was out rf gas and the lights were also out The fender of the Faktor car was bent and the headlights were smashed No one was injured Conrad Buehler 1333 Federal avenue north driving an Oakland I sedan reported that he collided orth Iowas ome i ewspaper P m Gildner Managers Open SemiAnnual Convention Heads Stores Gather for Conferences and Purchasing The aemianuuat GJIdner conven tion opened In Mason City Monday morning with Harold Campbell manager of the Mason City store in general charge of arrangements The convention will last five days This convention brings together managers and salesmen from the 22 stores for conference and buy ing Three states and 22 different towns were represented by the delegates New stores added in the past few months located at Austin Minn Rockford HI and Fort Dodge Iowa are sending represen tatives for the first time More than a floor of the Hotel Hanford has been leased for the salesmen showing their new spring lines of merchandise from which the managers will do their buying for the coming season Salesmen from 25 various lines of clothing OnH i P iiuv3 WA lilULlllUg and furnishings will make their HAROLD CAMPBELL spring shopping a very affair Among the speakers on the pro gram will tie Mr Bollman of Hart Schaffner Marx who will speak on the Fundamentals of Good Clothing and A H Braytoa edi tor of the Merchants Trade Jour nal who will talk on salesmanship Open forums presided over by W EGildner president of the firm will be another feature of the meeting Conferences were held during the day while plans were made for a banquet at the Hotel Hanford Mon aay evening The feature of the en ui me tertainment will be numbers bv the Rusty Hinge quartet Cedric Willson Now Engineer for Large Cement Corporation I seaan reported that he collided Mrs Rosalie Willson 314 South I Sunday noon at the comer of Thir RTinS VlVflHil A h of 1QAf Pennsylvania avenue has received a copy of a Kansas City newspaper showing a picture of her son Cedrlo and his wife watching a football game at Lawrence Kans togethr with Governor and Mrs Reed of that state Cedric who is a graduate of Law rence college is service engineer for tLe Consolidated Cement corpora tion of Kansas City He addressed several service clubs here some time ago on the engineering features of the moving picture industry at Hollywood with which he was con nected for a time Governor Reed It will be remem bered was in Mason City a few weeks ago together with a delega tion of southeastern Kansas boos ers MAKES RAPID RECOVERY Stnnton lite wng despaired of last anting when she fell nnd hrolte her hip hone has recovered her health and is living teeth street and Pennsylvania ave nue northeast with a car driven ny the son of Mr Schaffer who was m the car at the time The head lights and bumpers of both cars were damaged Cars belonging to Elmer Doidge 1225 President avenue northeast and Matt Anderson Emmetsburgl were damaged when they collided Sunday evening at Ninth street and I Federal avenue north Henry Schnider 1735 Delaware avenue northeast driving a Chev rolet sedan collided with a Ford painted orange on Federal avenue southSunday evening Three local Men Will Attend District Session W A Gilmore district manager of the MidContinent Petroleum corporation Robert Hardin super Visor and L E Snell salesman will 50 CALVES IN BABY BEEF CLUB That Is Prospect for 1930 Says County Agent Marion E Olson Cerro Gordo county is expecting to have 50 calves entered in the baby beef activities of its Farm Bu reau club members for 1930 Coun ty Agent Marion E Olson announ ced Monday There have thus far been entered 20 Herefords 12 Shorthorns and six Angus calves and requests have come from eager young farmers for 12 more A total of 31 boys have been en tered in the baby beef clubs thus far with prospects of a number more going In making 1930 by far the largest year in this work in the history of Cerro Gordo county The feeding will start Dec 1 Mr Olson regards the work among the juvenile farmers a most important one because he says upon this will hinge the future of the farming industry WILL DEDICATE Y M FIREPLACE Special Exercises Planned for Presentation by Lions Club Dedicatory Exercises for the fire place placed in the HiYroom of the Y M c A by the Lions clubwili be field Wednesday evening The build ingr of this fireplacewas supervised by the boys work committee of the Lions club which consists of Ed Etoltz chairman OttoSatter W A Gilmore and Sherman Yelland The Lions club will hold lar Wednesday night meeting at oclock in the HiY room of the Y M C A Instead of atthe hotel At 7 oclock the boys work committee of the Lions club will give anentertainment at a grade school boysrparty Anyrbpy who Js 10years of age or moire whether a member of the Y M C A or not will be welcome Included jnthe party program will be stunts in the gymnasiumand swimming games an apple roll and peanut scramble The last feature on the program will be the dedicatory exercises for the fireplace The fireplace is built of natural atone quarried here the stones were salvaged from the stray stones used In the old Central school building which was remade into the Administration building j Cut stone is useft for themantle and the chimney Is finished in red Pioneer Clubs to Hold RoundUp at YMCA All Pioneer clubs will hold the monthly roundup at oclock Monday night in the Y M C A Studies will be started on projects which include leathercraft life saving taxidermy picture trans fering and other subjects Follow ing the meeting an ice cream treat for which each boy is requested to bring a nickle will be provided Car Catches Fire While Parked and Owner Away Firemen were called at oclock Saturday night to extin guish a fire in a Ford sedan No one was the car when it caught fire and it was found later to belong to F A Vanderholf Burchinal The fire which is thot by firemen to have started from a short circuit of wires on the dash board caused little damage VISIT IN WODEN ana Mrs Chris Wlch man and family of Boono are visiting Mrs Wlckmans mother Mrs Mary Rudtslll TO DEMONSTRATE VOLLEYBALL AND HANDBALL AT T Members of Classes to Put on Exhibition After Din ner Thursday Plans are being pushed forward by the Y M C A volleyball com mittee headed by Dr J L Pauley for the joint volleyball and handball dinner at the Y M C A banquet room Thursday evening Nearly 200 members and non members of the Y will meet at p m for the dinner and will later adjourn to the gymnasium and the aandball court where x htbitions in the two sports will ue put on by local players Four teams of volleyball players will be selected by Dr Pauley Speakers which according to Dr Pauley will not occupy more than minutes of the program are to be procured for the banquet Music will also have a part on the nro gram during the dinner The mixer is to be for the purpose of interesting men in the volleyball and handball classes especially those who are members but have not themselves of the oppor tunities offered by the physical de partment Coolldge used to weigh his words Now he counts Fin Commercial 6 Dr Starr Returns to His Practice ii at Park Hospital Dr C F Starr returned to hia duties at the Park hospital Monday morning after an absence of several months due to illness He was forced to leave his practice about Aug 15 For a time his condition was deemed critical His recovery has been gradual over a period of several weeks I You cant judge the size of a mans bankroll by the size of the automobile he Courier 1 WARNING T JBS or vitality and vigor at an early age should oe sufficient warning that the body is not functionlne normally Our health service will locate and remove the causa for you Dr W C Grainger CHIROPRACTOR 6 NoWashington Phone 73 Res Phono Department Store Clearance On Used Cars for Storage Room v JH Marston Phone 162 brick ARE FROM CEDAR RAPIDS Mr and Mrs M S 3Ingman and son Stewart of Cedar Haplcis are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Ernest Speedy nia recovered Her hcnlth and is living oneu salesman will In comparative comfort in her home attend a saes meeting and banquet attention iy llor iftURlitec Mra Unnry j of the corporationin Des Moines Richard Venlta Oitla I Tuesday CUAJL CO A Li Car of ABC Special Lump on Track Per Ton Delivered Phone 2878 Mason Citys warmest number and bo prepared for cold weather which is sure to come Lindy Lump Per Ton Delivered ABC COAL SYSTEM Opp R I Passenger Depot NOTICE Lady barber has moved shop from Eureka hotel 2 doors oast Haircuts S5b Childrens Haircuts 25o Wo Aim to Please Give Us k Trial Ideal Barber Shop Emma Syverson Prop 417 3rd St N E BORROW FROM US You can borrow any size amount up to use it for your pressing needs and then pay us back in small installments over a period of months UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE GROUND FLOORMBA UNDER STATE SUPERVISION DANCE At Mason City Armory Thursday Nov 7th Music by Charley Straight and his boys 10 pieces Mr Straight and his orchestra feature a new style of music and he has taken the country by storm with his soft sweet syn copation Mr Straight is also featured on Brunswick records GENTS LADIES 25c Sponsored by Drum and Bugle Corps T T When In Need of Artificial Teeth Come to Us Your Neighbor Does North Iowas Plate Specialist Nineteen years in Mason City I have made thousands of plates f 01 your friends and neigh bors No other dentist in Northern Iowa can equal this record of satisfactory service Prices from to and Guaranteed Jacob E Hynds Dentist MOVED A A Telephone 602   

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