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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                KOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE DECEMBER 9 1929V Marble Rock Man Is Victim of Buzz Saw Near Town o MARBLE ROCK Dec Will af farmer living north of town losthis right foot Saturday y afternoon when it was sevared fUxnit eight inches above the ankle jointby a buzz saw Thb accident happened when Mr Ewald was attempting to kick somf logs away from the saw First aid wasigiven immediately and he wasrushed to the CedarVailey hos pital where he was giveh further treatment He was assisting his brother John Ewald saw wood for the win ters fuel when the accident hap pened JUNIOR PLAY PRESENTED Junior class oE Britt high school will present Uieir class play Apple Blossom Time In the high school auditorium Dec 11 Misses Blanche Wiminer and Viola Light class sponsors liave been dlractlnsr the BEWARE THE GOUGH FROM fCOlDS THAT BANG ON from colds lead to w trouble You can stop them xiti Creomulaion an emulsified creosote that is pleasant Jo take is a medical discovery twofold action h soothes and teals the inflamed membranes and in jJUbitsgernr growth drugs creosote is reo hy high medical authorities of thegtealesl healing agencies fdrconghs from eofts and bronchial irritations Crepmulsibn contains in Addition to creosote other tealing elements which soolho and teal the inflamed membranes and stop their ntation while thocreosote goes on to lie stomach is absorbed into the attacks the seat of the trouble and checksthe growth ofthe germs Jreomulsisa is guaranteed satisfac tory in the treatment of conghs from colds brenchilig and minor forms of bronchial irritations and in exceHeat forjbitiMmg np the system after cqldki or flu Money refunded if not je after taking according todirec nous Aek your druggist adv TAX COMMITTEE TOMEETOECJ5 Preliminary Report of Their Findings to Be Started CEJDAR RAPIDS Dec 9 UP The state legislative taxinvestigat ing committee and the state board assessment and review will meet jointly in Des Mblnes Dec 15 arid begirs xyork on the prelimnary re port of their findings it was an nounced following a publiq hearing here Saturday and yesterday The report wil discuss the work of the investigators during tha summer Senator C F Clark of Linn county chairman of the tax committee said C S Bradshaw of Des Homes at yesterdays session said the Iowa public utilities would oppose any sort of special tax which would single out their businesses and tax them on a different basis from other bus inesses Thia objectionwould apply to a tax en gross receipts of utilities he said He expressed doubt that such a tax would be constitutional Iowa RETURNS FOR VISIT E F Knowles of Rockwell City visited Britt friends over the weekend The Knowles fam ily are former Britt residents Defunct Algona Bank Pays 10 Per Cent to Patrons on Deposits ALGONADec orders have recentlybeen issued authoriz ing the receiver of the closed Algona State bank to pay a third dividend of 10per cent to former depositors This will amount to and checks willbe ready some time be fore Christmas fordistribution R H Miller of Algona is in charge of the affairs of the Algona State bank and six other closed banks in this vicinity Fort Dodge Marshalltovm Ahead in Legion Members DES MOINES Dec 9 Iowa department of the American Legion had 10865 members on Dec 1 1425 more than it had a year go at that time State Adjutant Laird has announced The 1928 member ship at that date was 9440 Fort with a 1930 membership of 368 and Marshalltown with 330 the largest units in the state al tle Dec 1 count Marshalltown had exceeded its membership quo ta by 12and Fort Dodge lacked ST its quota CALL ON AUNT KellOfffr of Chicago Glen Kellogs Charles City and George Kellogtf oE Old Mexico called on their aunt lira Lottie Per rin Sunday LISTEN TO THE NORTHWEST BANCO OPERAS1 EVERY MONDAY EVENING 8 P M WCCO MASON CITY is now able to finance any enterprise that will increase payrolls and prosperity t its this city has grown because ofzthe rich country surrounding it and the enterprising spirit of its people In all of the efforts to make this city greater and its 1 s people more prosperous this bank has sought to do its full share The latest effort to increase our ability to serve this community more completely is our affiliation with the Northwest Bancorporation Through this affiliation this bank has become associated with 77 other leading banks and trust companies to build financial independence for this city and the Northwest With combined resources of over this and the other affiliated institutions of the Northwest Bancor poration can finance any enter prise that will increase pay rolls and prosperity Under local up by the best banking experience of the Northwest this bank is ready andable even more than in the past to play an im portant part in the development of this city Whether you have only a small savings account or are the head of a big business enterprise we invite you to use the resources and complete banking facilities now offered by this bank FIRST BANK MASON cny IOWA AFFILIATED WITH 9M COMBINED RESOURCES OVER Law Observance Is Urged at Ahepa Order Meeting Good Citizenship Stressed at Sessions of Local Hellenic Chapter Americanism and law observance were stressed by speakers at an open meeting of the Mason City chapter of the Order of Ahepa Sun day afternoon in the high school auditorium Severn in addition to members of the local chapter were present The significance of the name Ahepa was explained by Peter E Kamuchey attorney from St Paul The name he said was derived from the first letters of five words which are Americanism Hellenic educa tion progress and association The order he pointed out aims to make good United States citizens out of persons of Greek birth This involves an understanding and de sire to obey the laws of the country Urges Participation Participation in civic and political affairs stated Mr Kamuchey is urged by Ahepa Every citizen has as his primary duty to take part intelligently in community welfare and to be interested in city state and national government In this way the government is by the ma jority are all of one family in America and we are duty bound to look after the welfare of our broth ers be they of different nationality from us or not Petty jealousies should be ignored Progress follows friendly feeling education and willingness to sacri fice A scholarship fund has been created by Ahepa to educate worthy students who are not financially able to go to school The right to vote means nothing unless the vote is cast intelligently 1 Creates Proper Attitude Mr Kamuchey also urged speed in getting together and accomplish ing things The Order of Ahepa he emphasized is not for the purpose of presenting a united front in or der to wield influence butthat by concerted force justice may be brot about by a proper attitude of Greeks toward the United States Hellenic he continued is in cluded in the name altho America comes first because it is a vital part of the organization A bad Greek cannot make a good American nor a bad American a good Greek There is not the slightest concep tion of a nation within a nation The order aims to promote the cause of the Greek people in order that theywill be better citizens of the United States As individuals we can help the United States much but united we can help the country even more Order Has Grown There are 241 chapters of Ahepa in the United States with 25000 outi An aux iliairymay at iresentthere is a junior order mown aa the Order of Pericles Oiepa was started in 1922 George Paradise Sioux City read he alms of the order emphasizing he features of law observance and atriotism toward America alleg ance to the constitution a love for he United States an appreciation the duties of citizenship and the awakening of an abhorence of jolltical corruption Everyone must surrender a few personal liberties in order to become a perfect part of his country he said He pointed out how In many cases the Greeks had demonstrated their desire to live for the United States and had sacrificed for it in war times Judge Gives Talk Judge J J Clark urged that the Order of Ahepa be given support by Greeks and others as it has high aims He stated that many Greek had come away from their familiei and friends in Greece to America t live where they had no friends an insufficient knowledge of the Eng lsh language and with Hrnitei means Their problems he said were difficult He declared that new citizens in this country should not always fol low the examples set by some Amer Scans for these examples are some times bad There are some Amer ican customs and principles whic we want you to help us dispose of he said We plead for your help h went on in joining with us in th fight never to permit the return of the saloon All of our constitution and its amendments aresacred and have been carefully considered be fore being made into our national deserve your support Basil Papantonis was chairman The program was opened with the singing of America After the talks moving pictures were illustrating the excursion mem bers of the Ahepa order to Greece and back again Iowa Alumni to Hold Observances of Birth of State Institution IOWA CITY Dec Iowa night commemorating the eightythird anniversary if the Unil versity of Iowas foundation defin itely will be celebrated by alumni groups thruout the country Feb 25 according to F G Higbee alumni secretary The event will be held exactly 83 years after the first gen eral assembly of Iowa founded the State University Feb 25 1847 Sev entyone alumni groups in 14 states joined in the observance lastly ear Leland Banker Proves Worth in Spelling in P T A Staged Contest LELAND Dec J Nelson the banker here has proved to be the champion at a spelling contest held at the ParentTeachers meeting In the schoolhouse on Friday eve ning Others who were outstanding performers were Miss J G Baker Mrs T F McGreevey Mrs H O Haagenson and Wava Ozman Cresco Woman Dies After Short Period of Illness Was 36 CRESCO Dec Grace Hoy daughter of Mrs Catherine Hoy of Cresco died Saturday at the home of her sister Mrs C P Mc Nalty at the age of 36 years She was born at Postville March 3 1893 a daughter of Mr and Mrs James Hoy She came with her mother to Cresco in 1902 and had been in the employ of the law firm of Me Cook and Lyons as stenog rapher for the past 17 years She is survived by her mother and two sisters Funeral services will be held Tuns day at St Josephs church with burla at Calvary cemetery theKsv B J Dougherty officiating VISIT IN BRITT Kegina Ormsby higli school principal Pocahontas spent the weekend with her sisters Rose uml Margerite Ormsby Jllsg Lucille OBrien of WhUtemore wag also weekend guest at the Ormsby home SOME WOMEN ALWAYS ATTRACT You want to be beautiful You want the tireless energy fresh com and pep of youthThen let 3r Edwards Olive Tablets help free Tour system of the poisons caused y 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can be bought on terms We will be pleased to show you these excellent homes at your convenience Morris Realty Company WE SELT THE EARTH The handy man or thq experienced mechanic will appreciate a Gift of tools Braces to Carborundum Stones25c to Electric Drills Grinders and to Levels to to 75c Rules to 75c Saws to Screw Drivers 10c to Tapes to to Stanley Tool Chests to Gilbert chests upward from Come in and see our special Christmas are always welcome here CurrieV an JN ess Phone 17 MAINTAINED BY MERIT 11 North Federal O Ave HEALTH NEWS Sun Colored Light Rays get ting results From every part of the coun try reports come in telling of the excellent results that are being obtained from the use of Sun Colored Light Rays Such common complaints as colds bronchitis bronchial asth ma sinusitis hemorrhoids goi ter abnormal blood pressure tonsilitis kidney and bladder disorders and other chronic ailments are responding to these health giving rays You should not fail to con sult me regarding your 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