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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Mason City News on This Page SATURDAY DEC 14 1929 Npriii Iowas Lome COMING EVENTS Deo 16rAnnual meeting of Cerro Goro Farm Bureau at Chamber of Commerce Dec t r e Junior college play at high school auditorium at 8 oclock Dec party of Le gion and Auxiliary at Armory Dec School basketball Emmetsburg vs Mason City at High School gym Dec annual ball of Brotherhood of Railroad Train men at Armory City News in A Torrent Chub Bells Taxi Ph 771 JHSchmltz piano tunerJh2435J class 29 Phone 3648 Reward Winter gas high test ISc North Monroe and Fifth A car of Economy Sootless Coal on track delivered W G Block Co Phone 563 or 564 NIW convenient departure to St V Paul Mpls via C G W R R Co Lv Mason City a m k Birth certificates have been filed for Marion Rose daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Edgar Scoville 429 Twentyseventh street southwest born Nov 23 and a boy son of Mr f and Mrs Stratis Kregotis 549 Fourth street northeast born Nov Fried chicken Sat eve Home Tea i Room 218 N Del Also baked chick en with dressing or frjed chicken 75c Sunday 12 to 2 Davy Lee talks laughs and sings t In his first Brunswick record Sonny Boys Bear Story Record No 4491 The Music Shop Mier Wolf Sons M B A lodge Christmas party for Junior lodge in K C hail Wed nesday evening Dec 18 r Charles Buckley field engineer of vfthe Caterpillar Tractor company jieft Friday night after conferring with members of the GibbsCook i Tractor and Equipment company Jocal Caterpillar tractor dealers Buckley had been here since Wednesday night Dance given by Fraternal Order t Eagles at Eagles hall Wednesday kdjutant W G Friend of the Sal tion Army acknowledged the re cejTipt of 55 from the Oweseo club toff Lake toivnship The donation s received thru Mrs George Long treasurer of the club Chicken dinner special 50e cooked iy Mrs Jessie Robinson Lester Cafe A car belonging to Charles Hyde Ventura was tagged by police Fri day afternoon for parking in thn re stricted district on State street west He up a bond and signed a waiver Coal Penn size per ton off car Wagner Coal o Phone 986 Y CITY STREAM CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere to our friends and neigh ors for the sympathy shownus the beautiful floral offering sent during the illness and death of our beloved father husband and brother We also wish to thank the Cast Side Presbyterian church Vomen of the Mooseheart legion Hermanson brothers and employes and the neighbors and friends of Midland H I Hal verson and children and Ingavol lalverson For Rent Two farms in Cerro Gor do county One contains 160 acres the other 240 acres Both have good av erage improvements For further particulars Call Phone ISt Mason City Iowa DALY EPIGRAMS Vanity is the only intellectual enjoyment of some women WlDlLYCo PLUMBING KEATING HAIR CUTS 40c KIALTO BARBER SHOP The place and service you will appreciate Open frp m 329 S Fed A J Ebert Prop ASSOCIATION IS FORMED TO HELP CLEAN UP CREEK Plan to Encourage Resident of Mason City to Make Stream Beautiful The announcement was mad Saturday of the organization of th Willow Creek Improvement associa tion a corporation formed not fo pecuniary profit but to promote pn encourage the cleaning up beauti fying and maintaining of the Wil low Creek stream l The general nature of the busi ness of the corporation according t the incorporation papers will be t promote in all lawful ways th cleaning up and maintaining of Wil low crek thruout its course in Ma sou City in natural state o beauty to cooperate with propertj owners and public authorities t that end to own and maintain th dam and dam site formely known a the Parker mill site Directors Are Chosen The organization has chosen th following five directors to act unti the annual meeting the first Mon day in June Mrs May H HcNi der F G Duffield B C Way George E Penson and James K Blythe Mr Way will act as presi dent and Mr Penson as secretary until the annualmeeting Other members in the associatio are C W Damon P E Heeler Co Hanford MacNider W F Muse J E E Markley Arthur L Rulfi F G Carlson John Finnegan es tate and J B Yourigblood It is the contention of members o the association that Mason City has in Willow creek one of the mos beautiful streams inthe state and that if interest is taken in cleaning up keeping it clean and doing awa with the practice in some places o using the creek bed as a dumping ground it can be made one of the beauty spots of Toiva Goes Thru Residential Sections Attention was called to the fac that the stream winds down thn park and Wildwood one o the finer residential sections of the city as well as a good residentia district between Pennsylvania ave nue and State street and thru Ue citys beautiful public park in the east section of the city Thru the residential sections and East park the banks of the stream are wei wooded with beautiful trees anc have perpendicular lime rock ledges from 10 to 50 feet in height A two and a half ton gate has re cently been placed in the dam which the association ac quired This lift permits the easy handling of water thru the sluice way as it can be operated by one man Everett Jones Given Five Day Sentence on Embezzlement Charge Everett Jones 215 Fourteenth street northwest was sentenced to five days In jail by Justice of the Peace M C Coughlon at a heaving Saturday morning on a charge of embezzlement According to the testimony pre sented in court Jones had appro priated for his own use and benefit a suitcase the value of which was less than and which was the property of Anna Ludwig Jones was arrested at oclock Friday night at Seventh street and Federal avenue north by Officer H A tmely loan has started many a prosperous enter prise or averted a threat ening crisis A monthly payment plan can be ar ranged for you UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE GRouwn FLortn M UNDER STATE SUPERVISION G Fitzgerald Constable J M Ped elty held a warrant for his arrest and Jones was then turned over to him REPORTS THEFT OF MONEY BAG Checks and Change Are Taken From Overcoat at Oil Station S A Harvey 817 Fourth street southwest reported to police at oclock Friday evening that someone had stolen a bag contain ing checks and money from the pocket of his overcoatTwhile it was hanging In a room of the Skelly Oil station Seventh street and Fed eral avenue north He thot the theft occurred about oclock Friday afternoon The bag contained two checks and some change totaling about 14 Mr Harvey told police that he sus pected a man who had been in the filling station earlier in of the theft Police are investigating the theft and have been furnished with a description of the person who is under suspicion RATE DECISION SUFFERS DELAY B J Drummond Returns From Chicago Hearing Before U S Board Further action by the United States Interstate Commerce com mission on the complaint filed from Illinois that freight rates main tained by Iowa carriers is preferen tial has been postponed according to B J Drummond traffic director for the Ideal Sand and Gravel com pany here until all carriers mak ing complaints from states sur rounding Iowa can prepare evidence for a complete hearing before rep resentatives of the commission Drummond returned Friday from Chicago where he attended a hearing before the commission con cerning the alleged low and prefer ential rates of Iowa carriers He anticipates that the preparation of evidence by the additional complain ing carriers will take a month AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs Charles Gilbert 1134 Fed eral avenue north entered Mercy lospltal Friday for a major opera ion John T Goll Garner was ad mitted to Mercy hospital Friday for r major operation Mrs J B White Portland en tered Mercy hospital Friday for medical treatment Julius Slewertson Mason City was admitted to Mercy hospital Friday for a major operation Mrs Floyd Bentz Thornton en tered Mercy hospital Friday for a minor operation Miss Merna Wood 506 Madison avenue southwest entered Mercy hospital Saturday tor a minor oper ation Henry Dotson 639 Monroe ave nue southwest entered Park hospi al for medical treatment Friday Miss Lucella Sweiger 605 Dela ware avenuo northeast entered ark hospital Friday for Medical reatment She has now returned to her home Mrs E W Miller Rochester Minn left Mercy hospital Friday fter having medical treatment Mrs J Hitchcock 301A Federal avenuo south was dismissed from Mercy hospital Friday after a mi nor operation Mrs A J Zellar 11Q Washington avenue southwest was dismissed rom Park hospital Friday follow ng medical treatment Ben O Nichols 1419 Madison avenu northwest left Park Hospital riday after medical treatment M M Marshall 107 Fifteenth treet northwest was dismissed rom Park hospital Friday after laving medical treatment Glen Whitehurst Britt left Park ospltal Friday after medical treat ment RED BALL GIVEN PERMISSION FOR LINE EXTENSION Gains Right to Extend Serv ice From M C to Spencer With the filling of certain re quirements which will be announced later the Red Ball Transportation company will have the authority to establish a bus line from Mason City Algona to Spencer according to a decision of the state board of railroad commissioners made pub lic here Saturday Following the meeting of the re quirements of the commission th2 company plans to give round trip daily seryice between Spencer anJ Mason City and intervening points According to present plans busses leave Mason City for Spencer at 7 oclock in the morning arid ot 1 oclock in the afternoon Busses to the east will leave Spencer at the same hours Further expansion contemplated by the company will give persons re siding in the vicinity of Spencer service to Fort Dodge Cedar Falls and other points The only objector to the extension of the bus line to Spencer was the Chicago and Milwaukee railroad 2 RETURN FROM POLICE SCHOOL Risacher and Oulman Attend University of Chicago Special Course Detective L F Risacher and R R Oulman superintendent of rec ords returned to Mason City and resumed their duties on the police force Saturday morning For the past 11 weeks they have been at tending the school of police admin istrationgiven by the University of Chicago While at the school Mr Oulman was promoted to the instruction staff and conducted a special course in advanced criminal iden tification He returned to Mason City a few days ago and then was called to Albert Lea Minn because of the illness of a relativeDetective Risacher returned to Mason City Saturday morning August Vollmer chief of the police department at Berkeley Cal was head of the police school This is the only police school of its kind in the world and every effort was made for thoro instruction Among the many subjects studied were all phases of major crimes vice traffic problems with traffic regulations and control the selec tion of personnel for a police de partment training of recruits and recruit schools criminal law and procedure criminal identification investigation criminology police organization and police procedure Other subjects which were given equally thoro study were distribu tion of the police force functional distribution of the police force principles of control and principles of patrol the ways by which all finds of situations of law violations may be met the duties of various officers and crime prevention and crime preventallve measures You may break you may shatter j stock marts if you will but folks will keep up with the Joneses still Review Rivalry Over Woman Brings Mans Death MICHIGAN CITY Ind Dec 14 over a woman culmin ed in a fatal quarrel in the heart f Michigan City business district arly today W L White 48 was shot to eath by Louis Maloney restaurant wner who said White had been aylng attention to Mrs Mary Har ey with whom Maloney was iii ve Police were attracted by the re olvcr shots at a m and found fftlnney Whit OVCr the i head with the butt of his werfpon Marstons Car Washing Will Please You Day or Night Phone 162 Two Are Arrested on Intoxication Charges Ralph Keeler Marikato Minn who was arrested by oclock Saturday morning on a chargeof intoxication forfeited bonds of by failing to appealin police court Saturday morning He was arrested at First street and Federal avenue south Patrick OBrien floater wan arrested at 2 oclock Saturday morning on State street west on a charge of in toxication He was sentenced to five days in jail by Acting Judge M C Coughlon MEDICSWlAR STATE OFFICERS Annual Election of Officers Scheduled for Meeting Tuesday Night Three of the Iowa State Medical association will speak on the program of the Cerro Gordo county medical society at oclock Tuesday night in Hotel Han ford The program will begin with the serving of dinner The officers will speak on Medi cal Economics and tlie County Con tract Those to be present are Dr John H Peck Des Moines president of the Iowa State Medical associa tion Vernon Blank Des Moines managing director of the associa tion and Dr Channirig G Smith Granger The annual election of officers Is also scheduled for this meeting CANNON HEARING WILL BE MONDAY Police Arrest Man Charged With Violating City Ordinance 230 L J Cannon 8 Twelfth street southeast was arrested by Officer E Hi Linnenkamp at Friday night on Federal avenue south He had three halfpints of alleged al cohol in his possession the arrest ing officer states He was charged with violation of city ordinance 230 He appeared before Acting Judge M C Coughlon in police court Sat urday morning and was given a continued hearing to Monday morn ing A fourthrate author is one who eats regularly now instead of get ting famous after he is consin Stutc Journal WALTON LEAGUE MAY START PLAN FOR NEST AREAS Nesting Places Needed for Wild Fowl Claim Meet ing Monday Night On account of the fact that nest ing areas in Iowa for wild water fowl are decidedly limited it has been suggested that the Izaak Wal ton League sponsor a project to have the state acquire that portion of Clear Lake west of the grade just of Ventura to be set aside as a fish and game preserve until the duck hunting season opens each year Such an arrangement would per mit thewater fowl to nest without molestation and would provide a vast spawning refuge for game fish This matter is to be given consider ation at the regular monthly meet ing of the league to be held Monday in the P G E auditorium It is said by those most closely in touch with the proposition that the action of the league will prob ably be determined by the attitude of the property interests involved One owner of considerable acreage in the area has made the statement that he is willing to permit the state to appoint three appraiseda to deter mine the value of his interests and that he will abide by their decision If other owners are equally fair there should be no great trouble in interesting the fish and game de partment otherwise the league will not attempt to push the project As we understand Lobbyist Grundys attitude the backward states are those which have been pushed away from the trough the News GARDNER FURNACE CO Sheet Metal and Furnaces Rear P G E Bldg Phone 480 Funeral Is Held for Halver I Halverson Was Born in Norway Funeral services for Halver I Halverson who bad been living at the home of his daughter Mrs L H Abbott 1120 First street south east were held Friday afternoon at the Randall funeral parlors Burial was in Elmwood cemetery Mr Hal verson died Monday Mr Halverson was born in Stav anger Norway in 1858 He came with his parents to Ogle county III at the age of 12 and later moved to Iowa In 1887 he was mar ried to Laura survives him He and his family lived on a farm hear Radcliffe and in 1907 moved to Minnesota where they LAKEROAD rie A New addition to beau tiful Memorial Park is a single grave section which svill have the same perpet ual care and maintenance as the park as a whole Trices For Single Cruxes including all o p e n i n g charges and perpetual care are as follows Adults S2500 Intermediate Infants 800 Phono 173 Office Room 435 M B A Bldg Ph 172 lived unti a year ago Then they came to Mason City He is survived by his widow and nine sons and daughters Mrs Frank Kellcy Mrs L H Abbott Clarence Noah Henry Lewis and Melvin all of Mason City Casper Hozen N Dak and Joseph Elinor Minn A brother Ingavol Jewel and 16 grandchildren also survive him Two brothers Seivert and Lars and one sister Mary Iverson pre ceded him in death URBEBWtiDD A CKrisbrtK gift for business men business womtn Helpful too for personal corrcipondence Light In weight compact durable In six attractive colon LoringFarmer Co 107 E Stale Phone 843 Crossed Eyes Straightened Glasses Fitted Lepper Optical Co 10 First St S E Theres Yet a Chance to End Your Piles Free bonkiet tells more about this Wonderful aid for piles Send for It I Tiles Arc No Longer Hopeless Light The Way To Health Happiness Dont give up For medical riclence lias made an amazing discovery about rectal diseases that is the greatest news pile 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18 2425 Perhaps too soon for many WHAT THEN January 1930 starting a new year Christmas iust over bills due coal to buy car license to pay for a hun dred and one different things to start the new year Are you one of the many who will have to get a bad start because you are short on finances If so come to us let us assist you in your troubles We will loan you money to meet these obligations No disgrace to bor row money to keep your credit good loan you any amount up to over n long period Call in ivrite or nlionc us No PINE LOAN Phnnp ZU 20i M B A Klctff   

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