Thursday, December 26, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 26, 1929, Mason City, Iowa EIGHTEEN V MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE DECEMBER 26 1929 Sterling No 1 13 N Federal Sterling No 2 812 S Penn Happy New J Year We wish everyone a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year We can assure you a prosperous New Year if you trade with Sterling Groceries Sterling No 1 Sterling No 2 Phone 160012 Phone 807 Friday Saturday Monday Tuesday CLEAR LAKE BUTTER Ib 46c 1 Folgers Coffee Ib Butternut Coffee Ib White House e rj Coffee ID IDC Coffee pound Hills Bros Coffee Ib Maxwell House Coffee pound 49c Gem Coffee S Ibs 81c Peaberry Coffee Ib Coffee Ib Chocolate Cream Coffee pound 49c Bulk Tea pound 49c Cocoa 2 Ibs 25cf GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 49 Ibs Navy Beans Apricots or Bulk Rice I Z Ibs ADC pound 63 C I fancy S Ibs Prunes pound 19c Bulk Maca roni 3 Ibs 25c Prunes large Ib OutDoor Holiday Decorations of cars have passed our 1st street north I i west since Sunday night A steadystream of cars every evening f fromJSjmtlljnldniKht pass onr is a sight worth seeing Brooms good ones Bed Band Toilet Paper 4 for Northern Tissue Toilet Paper 3 for Campbells Soups Issue I Kanton K or Toilet Paper S for A I Sal Soda JLUC large pkg 100 LBS 100 LBS Corn Starch o r 3 pkgs iDC Honey Comb i 15c Vermont Maple Syrup bottle Sweet Corn A large can 1UC Ginger Snaps or Fig Bars 2 Ibs Heinz Sweet Pickles dozen Oranges large doz OQ O C Tomatoes 2 cans Monarch Ketchup 1 fti large bottle Peerless Pancake Flour pkg Farmers Trucks Not to Be Included Among Those Taxed DES MOINES Dec 26 erators of trucks for public hire were reminded in a statement is sued by the railroad commission to day that only a few more days re main in which they are required to obtain a permit and qualify for commercial use of the highways The public carrier act passed by the last legislature took effect July 4 Truck operators were allowed six months to obtain permits This rer iod expires Jan 4 Operators who are in doubt as to whether they are subject to the law are requested to communicate with the commission which will deter mine their status Many Are Affected The commission announced that less than 1000 truck operators had obtained permits up to today The number of persons affected by the law is not known definitely but of ficials declare that at least several thousand more truck owners are li able for the 5 fee and subject to the commissions regulation TJunder a broad interpretation of the law the commission holds sub ject to the act all persons operat ing motor trucks upon the high ways of this state which are prin cipally used for the public trans portation of freight for compensa tion and not operated between fixed termini nor over a regular route Farmers Trucks Eliminated The designation of trucks prta cipally used for public transporta ion eliminates the farmers truck used in his own farm operation Delinquent operators were warned in the commissions state ment today that failure to file an application for a permit prior to an 1 would render the truck op irator liable to a penalty of 5 for ach truck operated between July 1929 and Dec 31 1929AThis is in iddition to the 55 fee for the year 930 An application for a permit the ommission pointed out must be made on forum furnished by the jammission and must be accom anied by Insurance policies or surety bonds providing the required overage on each unit operated Peas large can Spinach can 15c National Biscuit 2 Ib Caddy 31c i 15c Cut Wax or Green Beans can Deckers English Sliced Bacon Ib Deckers Pure lovvana f n Lard b ItJC Apples t Ibs 25c Pumpkin can lOc Triangle Oleo 19c Ib oj 2 Ibs JDC Bread Light or dark r Z for Nut Meats r ft pound DiJC Oxydol large pkg Ivory Flakes large pkg Grape Fruit large 4 for 25c Cabbage pound 5c LIBBY JtED SALMON tall cans 26c Cream Cheese Ib Ivory Soap r ined Z for IDC Ivory Soap or Ige2 for Kidney Beans can c JJI Red Pitted Cherries can Toilet Soap 2 for lOc Orisco In cans Ib Value 1C Peas can JOC Red Hen Molasses 13c Galvanized Palls I ft 12 qt size Peaches large can Medium itcd Salmon can CANADIAN Bulk Cccoa nnt BACK BACON Ib 42c Sardines Tomato f e large can IDC Marshmal Q lows Ib IiJC Powdered Sugar 3 Ibs Brown Sugar S Ibs 25c GIpss Starch or 8 pkgs 4i3C Pink Salmon can 21c Sardines In Mustard can 15c Toothpicks 5c 10 for35c MR us your eggs you can always do as good or belter at this store than any store in North ern Iowa Use parking place back of store HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota TRUCK OPERATORS WARNED BY COMMISSION DRIVERS ARE TO OBTAIN PERMITS PRECEDING 1930 GARNER BQY LEAVES DEC 31 ON TOUR OF WORLD FOR OIL FIRM GARNER Dec those who are travel conscious the posi ion procured recently by Morris Janson son of Mr and Mrs Frank Jan son here is a source of envy ilr Hanson is sailing Dec 31 from New York City on a globeencir cling trip for the DA Lubricant company Indianapolis as a tester He will sail from New York to Panama from there to Australia then to China From China he will sail thru the Suez canal on thru the Mediterranean and back to New York over the Atlantic During this trip his work will consist of testing various weight oils in the varying climates Dur ing the past year he has been em ployed in the filling station here with his father 55th Anniversary of Wedding Day Held on Christmas at Nashua NASHUA Dec day marked tho fiftyfifth anniver sary of the marriage of Mr an Mrs Henry w Cook of Bradford 7 and 77 who celebrated the day I a quiet manner they were invited t the home of their son Claude wher a Christmas dinner was served t a party of relatives They were married Dec 25 1874 by her uncle the Rev Simon George at the home of the latter near Hor ton and all their married lifeha been spent near the Bremer an Chickasaw county lines MrsCoo was born in Bremer county an her husband in Ohio Hecame t Iowa when he was 10 years old Both are in good health exceptin that Mrs Cook has a crippled han and foot caused by being severe burned 11 years ago when an incu batbr lamp melted and exploded Slap Costly for Man at Clarion Argument Terminates in Cour CLARION Dec his plea of guilty to the charge of as sault and battery upon the person of Mrs Marie Brown and a charge of Intoxication C H Menefee o Clarion was forced to pay In fines into the cottars of the city o Clarion Menefee claimed that Mrs Brown owed him a sum of monej and after imbibing rather freely on bootleg alcohol walked Into the Brown home and asked for his money which Mrs Brown denlec owing In the argument thatfol lowed Menefee slapped Mrs Brown who promptly had him arrested Deputy Sheriff Roy Wilson placed Menefee in the county Jail and on Wednesday Justice Triggs fined him on each the two counts SHIP MANY HOGS large number of hogs have been brot to market here fn the last two weeks Floyd Hlckle has bought and shipped 19 carloads 10 loads last and ninetills week VISIT I O O F HOME and Mrs H V Wilkinson and Mr and Mrs Georgre phesebro enjoyed a Christmas pro gram at tha I O O P home in ason City HOLD CHRISTMAS PARTY school district No 9 had a Christmas tree and gave an excellent program a com 80 attended Sandwiches and coffee was served and the sum of was realized It will be used to buy school supplies Mrs Ethel Chesnut Is the teacher HASSERIOUS OPERATION B B Buren under went a surgical operation for abscess on the spine at the Irish hospital In Forest City TEACHES AT CLARENCE Lavori Ram sey come homefrom Clarence where she Is teaching in the consolidated schools for a visit with her parents Mr and Mrs J M Ramsey PRESENT ANNUAL CANTATA BBLMOND The Congregational church choir presented k Christmas cantata Sunday evening The solo parts were taken by Mrs E Boughton alto soloist Mrs Andrew Loats so prano soloist Miss Mahaffey soprano soloist Samuel Leinbach bass soloist and Albert Chamberlain tenor soloist SUBMITS TO OPERATION Ed TVilkin submitted to an operation for hernia at the Mercy hospital Waverly All reports Indicate aha Is recovering nicely PRESENTYULE PROGRAMS Methodist church Sunday school presented a childrens Christmas program Monday night Christmas eve the Congregational Mnlty Lutheran and Emanuel He onned churches presented their Christmas programsby the children n their respective churches In Bel mond SUFFERS FROM BURNS Dennie Davis ag been called to Des Moines by the erious Illness of her uncle who Is in n hospital there suffering1 burns from a gasoline explosion at Winterset IS NAVAL CADET Elder son Mr nJ Mrs George Elder of Belmond ar home Monday from Annapolis Md Heattends the U S Naval acad emy and will have a six day vacation with his parents HAS BEEN ON TRIP Pitcher of Itetrolt Mich who with three other oung men7 have been on a three ionths Pacific coast trip has ar rived on a holiday visit with relatives C M Pitcher family SPENDINGFEW DAYS and Mrs Carl Jaughton from Mt Glair S Dak and Mrs C B Stone from Seattle Wash ra spending a few days with Mr and Mrs Pete Behrns TO SPEND WINTER Prances Fer ris has left for Melbourne to spend the winter Tvlth her son Dr H Ferris id family VISITS WITH PARENTS Galbreth who teaches In the western part of the stateis with his parents the Hev and Mrs Galbreth for Christinas season IHILDREN PRESENT PAGEANT EAGLE Christmas exercises of the Congregational church were held by the children of the pri mary department of the Sunday school under the direction of Mrs R M Smallpage They gave a program o songs and recitations after which the nageant The Nativity was given by the older members of theschool the direction of Mrs Frank ARE DINNER GUESTS and Mrs John Hepperle Belnbeck and Mr and Mrs Corbin Hemphlll were dinner guests ot their mother Mrs Helen Hemphill and son Arnold BREAKS ARM IN FALL CLABKSVILLE Alfred Price whose left arm was broken when he fell on an Icy sidewalk which com pelled him to go to the Waverly hos pital for a few days is back home again much Improved IS STUDYING DENTISTRY Flugum who Is studying dentistry In Chicago has ar rived to spend a week at the home at his mother Mrs C N Flugum wh liveson a farm a few miles north o TO SPEND HOLIDAYS Viola Mullen of Rochester Minn lias arrived In to spend the holiaays a her home ARRIVES IN PLYMOUTH Gertrude Davies teaches In the western part o the states came home for her vacation to bo with her parents Mr and Mrs W Davies and sister Miss Mabe Davies IS IN DOUGHERTY Anne Dough has arrived home from St Pau to spend the holidays DRIVETO OGDEN and Mrs Raji DIxon and daughters Dorothy aju Grace drove to bgden to anend Christ mas with Mr DIxons mother ARE ON VACATION PLYMOUTH Ronald Prescott Dwlght Anderson and Violet Ander son are here from school at Fayette for tho two holiday vacation with their parents SUNDAY SCHOOL CELEBRATES Methodist Sun day school celebrated the Chrlstma season with a program and a Christ mas tree ARE HOME ON VACATION Eliza Button who attends the Iowa State Teacheri college at Cedar Falls and Verl Browor who attends Iowa State col lege at Ames liave arrived to spend the two weeks holiday vacation witl homo folks OAT HULLS MAY BE PROCESSED Scientist to Explain Value of Oat Hulls in Making Drugs Dyes AMES Dec dyes bod preservatives and other prod ucts made from furfural an organic chemical having the general prop erties of formaldehyde now duced fro moat hulls will be dis ussed by Dr Henry Gilman pro essor of organic chemistry at Iowa State college before the midwest atate couege Before the midwest were m louowing up reports regional meeting of the American of and depredations seldom Chemical society here Dec 28 seeing many of the redskins at a ThtQ tho nViawifiaT time but at Forh TRrflmip thinr Asr This society and the chemical sec ion of the American Association for Jie Advancement of Science will neet at Ames one day in conjunc ion with the associations meetings tt Des Moines Important products have been de veloped and others are In process of being developed from furfural of which the supply for the United states is manufactured at Cedar Rapids While it is now made from oats hulls vast quantities could be manufactured from cornstalks and cobs JBijf Day In Divorces HELENA Ark Dec 26 A new divorce record was believet established here recently when Judge A L Hitchins granted 23 divorces and refused none in one days court Brief description of the typica American at a dance Merry at one end and solemn at the starCourlei Northwood Veteran Was Indian Fighter in West MIKON S PERKINS Myron S Perkins and Wife Among Early Pioneers in Worth EDITORS NOTE The GlobeGazette is nearing the end oit Its list of Civil war vet erans Its hose has been to pre sent a brief biographical sketch of every G A R living In north central Iowa Do you know of somebody who has been missed If so youll be doing both him and the Globe Gazette reading public a favor by making available a picture and sketch This is an earnest invitation to do so NORTHWOOD Dec county being almost equally dis tant from the two great rivers which afforded the main lines of travel in the early days of Iowas I history would seem by the shel tered inland location to be among the last of Iowas communities to affected by the Influence of the Civil war Notwithstanding this sheltered location from a geo graphical standpoint Worth county which in 1860 showed a population of but 756 people sent a total of 95 to the service of the country One of these who offered his services to his country was Myron S Perkins who enlisted at North wood Oct 15 1864 in Company K of the Seventh Iowa Cavalry at ie age of 18 He was first sent to Waterloo for assignment and was sent to help quell the uprisings of ie Indians who at that time were terrorizing the district west of the Missouri river Nebraska Montana and Wyoming was the section of ie west in which Mr Perkins saw the greatest amount of his service Native of New York For the most part their assign ments were In following up reports IOWA PICNIC TO BE DEC 29 Hundreds of Former Hawk eyes to Attend Celebration at Los Angeles LOS ANGELES Dec 26 dreds of former lowans now resi dents of California will attend the annual dinner of the Iowa associa tion of Southern California Satur day Men and women who formerly held positions of leadership in their native state many of whom attained prominence in their adopted state will speak The affair which will be chiefly social is held yearly on the anni versary of the admission of Iowa into the union Superior Judge Charles S Crail formerly of Fairfield Iowa Prank S Merriam former Iowa state aud itor and later a speaker of the Cal ifornia house of representatives and Robert Brennan former Des Moines city attorney and now Pacific coast chief counsel for the Santa Fe rail way will be among the speakers A friendly battle is being waged between former residents of Des Moines and Cedar Eapids to bring the largest delegation to the dinner The Cedar Rapids delegation already has promisedto produce 100 former residents of that city Registrations for the dinner have passed the 300 mark with indica tions that at least 500 will as semble The dinner will be held In the Los Angeles chamber of com merce banquet room The executive committee consists of President Ralph H Crock of the Association William B Brown for mer Des Moines attorney Judge Fred Taft formerly of Humboldt Iowa and Col Frank H T True former Los Angeles city council man C H Parsons a native of Dav enport Is secretary 29 Enumerators to Be Used in Wright Census CLARION Dec D Den nan of Waterloo supervisor of the sixth census district of Iowa was in Clarion this week looking after preliminary matters pertaining to the taking of the census of Wright county Boundary lines and districts were established Wright county having 29 districts and the same number of enumerators Plain Clotlicnmcn on Roads BOSTON Dec 26 tors working in pairs and wearing plain clothea are to be posted on Massachusetts roads to watch for driving ime but at Fort Lafamie they ex jerienced one major combat with Jie Indian warriors Following the close of the war he need for volunteer soldiers was not longer felt and Mr Perkins was mustered out with others of his froup on November 30 1865 hav ng served 13 months 15 days MORE MORE MORE MORE He la a native of St Lawrence county N Y where he was born June 29 1846 moving with his par ents to Northwood in 1857 His father took a homestead northwest of Northwood near the state line at once and a son of Myron Perkins Orrin A resides on the farm at this time Mr Perkins was married Oct 11 1866 to Clarissa Towne a na tive of Jefferson county N Y who with her parents had come to North wood and filed on a homestead near the Perkins farm the same summer 1857 at the age of 10 years Have 0 Children To them 11 children were born nine of whom are still living Spen cer Perkins Freeborn county Minn Henry Perkins Los Angeles Orrin A Perkins Worth county Minnie Freeman Glenville Minn Edna Iverson Albert Lea Minn Addy Scranton N Dak Etta Sondrol Turtle Lake N Dak Roy Perkins Turtle Lake N Dak and Jessie Ellingboe Hastings Minn A son Arthur died in 1924 and a daughter Stella Donaway died in Being among the first settlers in Worth county Mr and Mrs Perkins have many tales to recount of the hardships of pioneer life The first winter before enough land had been cleared to raise any amount of food stuffs the chief articles of food morning noon and night day after day were Johnny cake and beans Celebrate 63rd Anniversary Ox teams were the only mode of as a rule and the team of horses driven thru to the new home by the parents of Mrs Perkins was the only team in this part of the country and as such a source of much pride and of inter est to the whole community On Oct 11 Mr and Mrs Perkins quietly observed the passing of the sixtythird year of wedded life in their cottage home on North Eighth street Peculiar Bank Stock Suit Filed in Wright County Court Docket CLARION Dec unusual case has been filed in Wright coun ty district court by the Corn Belt Trust and Savings bank of Belle Plaine in which they claim the sum of interest and costs of ac tion due from B E Corliss of Eagle Grove The case involves the sale of 10 shares of bank stock at a share Mr Corliss was a stockholder in the Belle Plaine bank Jn 1926 being the ownerof 10 shares of the stock with apar value of On July 201926 following the closing of the bank the state superintendent of banking ordered a 100 per cent as sessment of the capital stock anc the directors accordingly ordered the assessment against all stock holders Mr Corliss failed to pay the as sessment and in December 1926 the 10 shares of stock held by him were sold at public auction for the sum of 51 a share The bank now asks for a judgment for the balance due on the assessment JOHN JDS KIN This photo of Miss Lucy T sisterinlaw of John D llockef eller Jr was taken in Chicago enroute to her home from Vancouver B C She Is re turning from an Oriental trip during which she was held prisoner for a time by Chinese bandits CHEMICAL DUST GOOD FOR CORN Test Conducted in Wright County Shows Treated Corn High Yielding AMES Dec varied ties of cornvary In their response to seedtreatment with dusts1 acf cording to cooperative tests con ducted on Iowa faShs under the supervisibn of RH Porter exten sion plant pathologist at Iowa State college A comparison of threa varieties treated with three commercial dusts was conducted in Wright county the past year Golden King an early se lected variety a late maturing Reids yellow dent type and a me dium late maturing yellowcorn were average increase in bushels per acre resulting from treatment follows Golden King 23 bushels late maturing 74 bushels and meduim late maturing 26 bushels Untreated Golden King seed out yielded untreated seed of the late maturing variety of Reids by 49 bushels But when the two kinds of seed were treated the advantage in yield for the early Golden King was cut to 2 bushel The tests show greater increase in yield results from treating late ma turing than early maturing varie ties This probably is because lata selected seed carries more dry rot infection says Mr Porter Treat ment of seed prevents seedling blight resulting from dry rot infec tion Russell Smith Made Cashier Eagle Grove First Savings Bank EAGLE GROVE Dec sell R Smith has been elected as cashier of llie First Liberty Savings lank of this city to succeed Hall vard Kloster who resigned a short time ago to go into other business Mr Smith was born in Eagle Grove the son of Mrs and the late Senator W C Smith a nephew of the late John R Smith He is a graduate of the local high school and attended both Morningslde and Ames col leges He volunteered for service at the time of the World war and after his discharge was engaged in farm iug near Gait and later on the Smith farm east of Eagle Grove Orchard Resident Hurt in Fall From Barn Roof ORCHARD Dec Couey fell from the top of the barn while catching pigeons at the Neal Haisington farm He fractured threa ribs and was quite badly bruised SingChristmas Carols FOREST CITY Dec group of young people of the Iriij manuel Lutheran church accom panied by the Rev J A Hinderlie sang Christmas carols at many shut in homes Christmas eve ij Possibly woman has a right to do everything that man does But man Phoenix WHY YOULL UKE jji It Is Not Necessary To Wait Longer OUR JANUARY COAT SALE Is Now On EVERY COAT IN THIS STORE IS MARKED TO SELL NOW See The Extreme Values at Trade Where You Do the Best NR pfiesf IHI to loriOa Royal Palm For JcluonciUt FaTm Bfach Miami St fttmtmt Chlcjo lOilO p m Ponce De Leon Far Btach Miami St Suwanee River Special ill of Florida S Vor nforxntk0 jink ticket Bird BIG FOURROUTE SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYS