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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 26, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Mason City News on This Page THURSDAY DEC 261929 COMING EVENTS school basketball Eagle Grove vs Mason City here fDec Years Eva carnival IM dance at armory Music by Stan ley and His Aristocrats 11 pieces Sponsored by Drum and Bugle fcjjf corpa RMKran Year dance at Mason City armory with music by Stan leys 11piece orchestra Ameri can Legion Drum and Bugle corps sponsoring New Years party In clubrooms pan show at armory 9au court to open with Judge Joseph J Clark in charge Jan day City News lin Winter gas high test 18c North fMonroe and Fifth The Peoples Gas and Electric Co tree lighting sets and xtra bulbs for sale Dr Horace S Beemer J C Building For the better Illinois Lump jCoal call Now convenient departure to St SPaul MplsVia C G W R R Co Mason City at a m Night school classes open Tues North Iowas Home Newspaper AUTOJDAMAGE CASES FILED y Jan 7 Hamilton College To clear stocks new low prices IE on Dresses Coats at J C Penney f Register now for the MidWinter iterm Classes formed Monday Jan 6 Phone 945 Hamilton College I JUT ana ivirs ueroert moe 01 Janesville Wis are visiting at the home of Mrs Moes parents Mr and Mrs Olson 251 Eighth street southeast For weeks old Boston Ter rier puppies Ph 2829L 116 7th NB Get a now Dress or Coat at the new low prices at J C Penney Co D XT V chicken carnival nt Cham her of Commerce rooms Friday eve ning p m Were clearing our stock of Dress es and Coats at new low prices i lit I returned ttj cni tcago Thursday evening after a visit over the Christmas holidays with his inother Mrs Effie Frantz 617 Third street northeast Mr Frautz I is connected with the Viking Air craft corporation of Chicago What will 1930 bring you Ham mon College can help you make it a prosperous and happy year The MidWinter term opens Monday Jan 6 Phone 945 for complete in formation Hamilton College See our windows new low prices on Dresses and Coats at J C Pennev Co Two annual Dances New Years Eve Carnival dance Tuesday Dec 31 New Year dance Wednesday Jan v 1Both at Mason City armory Stan ley and His Eleven Aristocrats Mason City friends of the Kollo Pickfords of Cedar Rapids and the Harold PickTords at Ames have learned with regret that sickness in Both homes has dimmed the luster of the Christmas season Three of the Cedar Rapids Pickfords chil dren have a light case of scarlet f fever and the two Ames Pickford children are afflicted with measles i In addition Mrs Pickfords father Herman Knapp business manager of Iowa State college has been at deaths door for several days At present however his condition Is improved and there is hope for his recovery II SpecloJ Look The New Model offers cleaning and pressing rflof superior quality Theres no com parison Mens suits 50c womens 75c all womens coats IjCleaned and pressed We call for and j1 deliver Give us a ring Phone 49 I04 South Federal For Rent A 240 acre farm Has good average improvements For further particulars Call Phone 134 Mason City Iowa PRINGLE ACTION IN FOUR GASES TOTALS Hanford Tailors Defendant in Suit for Damages by John Hermanson A number of actions for alleged damages suffered in automobile ac cidents were included in the cases filed for the January term of the district court Thursday Outstanding1 among these were four actions for a total of 517000 growing out of an automobile col lision on highway No 15 near Bel mond Sept 2 Mr and Mrs J W Irons were named as defendants in the actions brot by four members of the C R Pringle family thru At torney B O Montgomery The allegation of the plaintiffs was that the Irons automobile was driven to the left and into the Bide of the Pringle machine causing it to turn over into the ditch Each Asks Damages Mr Pringle aska for hos pital bills repairs on his automobile and injuries suffered in the acci dent His injuries according to the petition included fractured ribs cuts and bruises A total of is sought by Mrs Pringle who was said to have suffered a cut on the arm a badly bruised shoulder and the wrenching of her hack Carroll Pringle one of the sons whose petition for was filed by his father alleged he tuffered a cut on the arm a bruised eye and other injuries Clarence R Pringle another son the petition alleged suffered cuts on his head arms and legs a fractured skull concussion of the brain and other injuries Hermanson Files Suit The Hanford Tailors and Clean ers Inc is named as defendant in an action for brot by John Hermanson thru the law firm of Senneff Bliss Witwer and Senneff alleges that the death of his son John Hermansou Jr resulted from injuries suffered when a truck belonging to the de fendant struck and dragged him along the pavement in an alley be tween Federal and Delaware ave nues near Ninth street northeast Betty Cook thru her father Jo seph Cook has filed an action for against Earl W Maves and Ivadele Maves The girl who Is 5 years of age alleges that she was injured when an automobile occu pied by the defendants struck and ran over her July 15 The plaintiff represented by Senneff Bliss Wit wer and Senneff alleges she suf fered a broken pelvis broken bones and cuts as well as internal iniur les As result of the injury the girls left leg is shorter than the other one according to the petition Other Cases Filed c ask9 from the t and R Chevrolet company as re sult of a collision on the highway four miles west of Mason City on Dec 9 Lloyd Bonner seeks the same amount from John Taylor for alleged damages resulting from a colhsion on South Federal avenue two actons were thru Attorney B R Dunn total of actual dam 51600 punitive damages by W Z Dutton of Clear Lake in an action filed SSTseti0ROrVifr and the Lake ervice comPany of Clear Twnplaintiff rePresented by J Wnilams of Mason City alleges that the defendants wrongfuJlv Ir culated in Clear Lake wrftteYbuL DIRECTS ORCHESTRA Coc Hurst director of the Cec Hurst orchestra will bring his organization from Mankato Minn to Mason City for theannual benefit holiday balloon dance to be given under the sponsorship the St Rita club Friday eve ning St Rita is an organization of young women of the Holy Family parish The dance is being given to raise funds with which to purchase books for the Holy Family school FUNERAL RITES ARE HELD FOR 2 Edwin Hay Thomas Antro bus Residents of I 0 0 F Home Are Dead Double funeral services for Thomas Antrobus and Edwin Hay were held at 10 oclock Thursday morning at the I O O F home The Rev C D James pastor of the Olivet Methodist church was in charge The body of Mr Antrobug was taken to Keokuk for burial anc the body of Mr Hay was taken to Henderson for interment Mr Hay 75 died at 5 oclock Wednesday night at the I O O F home after a lingering illness of three years During this time he gradually became worse He was born June 8 1854 in Iowa He came to the I O O F home Nov 8 1923 from Henderson He is survived by a son Earl Hay and some cousins in Nebraska City Nebr He had been a resident of Iowa for many years Ir Antrobus 80 died Sunday afternoon following injuries re ceived when he fell on the ice DALY EPIGRAMS A woman is never popular with a man who knowa less than she does FUJMBINO HEATING Have Money Dont deprive your family of the many necessities and lux uries that will make life hap pier There aro funds liero to meet all your needs You can fict 113 to in a few sec onds to pay your old and pressing bills and expenses Easy to repay out of earnings Come In today nnd let us show how this fine plan is aiding thousands Money for the man who works Convenient nnd dential service Cheaper too UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE PM HUMPHREY MGB PHOHEI4H GROUND FLOORMBA UNDER STATE SUPERVISION advertising judgments claims and notes for sale to the highest bidder In this was included a claim for against Mr Dutton and one which Mr Dutton alleges was false and furthermore that it was injuri ous to his reputation Received Donations for Holiday Baskets The Salvation Army acknowl edges the receipt of the following goods for Christmas baskets Mrs Otto Baumgartner jelly Mrs Al hert Gildner toys and jelly Mrs Ray Sweet toys Mrs Webber jelly corn and barley Mrs Vernon Wilson preserves Mrs Teidle fruits J C Penney company toys W H Brice 525 109V South Fed eral avenue toys Plymouth M E congregation toys clothing and 52 Mrs W M Gregerson toys These are goods and cash which have been received at the office There have been many anonymous donors who have brot in goods apart from those who have dropped their donations in the kettles Adjutant W G friend announces Sutherland Farmer Is Killed in Fall SUTHERLAND Dec 26 Frank J Sweeney 38 farmer was killed when he fell from the top of a windmill which he was oiling yes terday He was found by Arnold Ahrens a neighbor Sweeney Is sur vived by hig widow and five chil dren Funeral services will be Sat urday 8 INTOXICATION GASES HEARD IN COURT SESSIONS Spirited Celebrations o Christmas Result in Many Cases The cases of seven men and on woman arrested by police on charges of intoxication pame before Acting Judge M C Coughlon in police court Thursday morning Al were arrested while they were pre paring or participating in Christmas celebrations and the police ses sions came as a sorry aftermath foi them following the holidays fes tivitiea Arlie Stivers 216 Twentieth stree1 southeast was arrested by police a oclock Wednesday afternoon on charges of intoxication He was with Bertha Thorpe Gray 1302 Washington avenue northwest in a car and she was arrested on the same charges He paid a fine of and costs She was given a 30 day suspended sentence in jail auc ordered out of town Arrest Northwood Man Ed Julson Northwood was ar rested at oclock Thursday morning on charges of intoxication He went to jail three days instead of paying a fine of Melvin E Aurdal and C L Logemann both of Northwood were arrested at oclock Thursday morning on charges of intoxication They for feited bonds of by failing to appear in police court Willis Louther Mason City went to jail 5 days on a charge of in toxication instead paying his fine He was arrested Tuesday night after a complaint had been made that he was fighting Altho one of his eyes was blackened when he ap peared in court he told the judge that he did not know where or how he had received the injury He was warned that another offense would give him a more severe penalty Are Sent to Jail Otto Shiltz Mason City went to jail eight days instead of paying a fine of He was arrested Jate Tuesday afternoon Henry Paulson Austin Minn who was arrested Tuesday afternoon on a charge of intoxication went to jail three days instead of paying a fine of and costs Dennis W Daly 430 First street northeast who was arrested Tues day night on a charge of intoxica tion forfeited bonds of by fail ing to appear in police court AT THE HOSPITALS Camilla Ammerman Kirk apart ments was admitted to Park hos pital Wednesday for a minor op eration She was dismissed the same day Henry Dotson 639 Monroe ave nue southwest was dismissed from Park hospital Wednesday after having medical treatment Mrs E L Washburn Ventura entered Mercy hospital Wednesday for a major operation Miss Eleanor VanSise 310 First street southeast was admitted to ilercy hospital Thursday morning for a minor operation Mrs H E Palmeter Clear Lake eft Park hospital Tuesday after having medical treatment Kenneth Mounce Garner entered Vtercy hospital Thursday morning for a major operation Herman Ellis 412 First street southwest left Park hospital Tues day after having medical treat ment Mrs Orie Coutura 621 Delaware avenue northeast left Park hos pital Tuesday with her Infant son Jasper Dahlman Buffalo Center vbo received painful injuries some ime ago when a shotgun exploded and tore one side of his face was dismissed Tuesday from Park hos pital Miss Alice DeGregario 30 Le ligh row was dismissed from Park hospital Tuesday you are sure ot the best watch if it comes from Best Ray Scney Annual Benefit Holiday Balloon Dance Friday December 27 At Mason City Armory Klaborate balloon nnd Christmns decorations with holiday lighting effect Ccc Hurst orchestra Couples SI Extra Indies 25c SPONSORED BY ST RITA CLUH NOMINATION HELD The appointment of Miss Annabel Matthews of Gaines ville Gu federal tax expert to tho federal board of tax ap peals lias been held up on ob jection of Senator James Couz ens of Michigan who says an employe of tho internal revenue bureau cannot bo appointed to tho tax appeals board 2 FORFEIT ON LIQUOR CHARGE Muth and Perrin Arrested After Chase Fail to Appear in Court Arthur Muth rural route No 4 and Vercy Perrin Idly Federal avenue south forfeited bonds of and costs each for violation of city ordinance 230 by failing to ap pear in police court Thursday morn ing before Acting Judge M C Coughlon The two were arrested Tuesday afternoon by police after officers had chased the two In an autom bile During the chase Perrin jumped out of the car and ran into a cornfield with what was later found to be a gallon can of alcohol After their arrest Muth and Per rin furnished bonds Edison Is Invited to Des Moines Meeting DBS MOINES Doc 26 Thomas A Edison world famous scientist and inventor wns invited today to attend the convention of of the American Association for the Advancement of Science here this week DR H M HOAG and SURGEOWT SKIN DISEASES 1M SMJ2 First Nati Bank Phonn 223 A TORRENT of POWER and SPEED Marstons High Class Body and Fender Repairing PHONE 162 THREE FIRMS IN MASON CITY GET REFUND ON TAXES Income Revenue Department Returns Money to Klipto and First National By STAFF REPRESENTATIVE WASHINGTON Dec annual statement of income tax re funds issued here today shows that three Mason City taxpayers re ceived refunds of more than each during the fiscal year ended June 30 The largest single tax refund to a Mason City taxpayer was that of to the Klipto Loose Leaf company The other refunds listed by the bureau of internal revenue as paid to Mason City tax payers were to the First Na tional bank and 5108983 to First National company The total refunds to Mason City taxpayers as indicated by returns made public today were in excess of 3000 This sum however would be substantially increased if all refunds were included Those made public are only those of more than Salvation Army to Give Program for Poor Boys and Girls The following program will be given by the Salvation Army Sun day school scholars for the poor childrens Christmas tree Thursday night at 7 oclock at 315 South Fed eral avenue Recitation Poor Santa Claus Carrie Ellis recitation The Little Town of Bethlehem LeRoy Chris tofson play The Star of the East 15 persons directed by Del sey Friend solo That Wonderful Night Brother Llghtbody recita tion Christmas Cheer John Ketchum recitation Santas Com ing Emma Ellis play John and Franks Christmas Eve Youiig People directed by Roy Wilson rec itation Beautiful Christmas Tree Duayne Gardner recitation San tas Task Ha Friend arcrostic A Very Joyous Christmas 20 children violin solo Mrs Gardner recitation Christmas Everywhere Mable Stewart play At Christmas Time six girls directed by Del sey Friend recitation The First Christmas Beatrice Ketchum rec itation St Nicholas Charles Gardner Christmas greetings Christmas 10 children The remarkable thing about a book on behaviorism is that any body could use 400 pages to say so Inn Tribune Customers Must Not Drink in Restaurant Proprietor Is Told Lester Bayless 418 Second street northwest was arrested by police at oclock Thursday morning at the Lester cafe of which police say ho is the proprietor The arresting officer found a bottle of alleged spiked beer on the counter of the cafe Bayless appeared before Act ing Judge M C Coughlon Thurs day morning in police court and af ter he was given a warning his case was dismissed He was told by the judge that he would be charged with maintaining a liquor nuisance if he permitted customers to drink intox icating liquor in his cafe Wine Seizure Case Continued in Court When Acting Judge M C Cough Ion was told in police court Thurs day morning that the wine seized by police Monday night at the Gus Penakis residence 506 Sixth street southwest was owned by sev eral persons the case was continued until Friday morning Charges may be filed against others who live there In the raid a total of 30 one gallon jugs one five gallon jug sev en 10 gallon kegs and three 15 gal lon kegs containing wine were seized The grape wine tested 93 per cent alcohol and the sprues wine showed 11 per cent alcohol accord ing to tests in the city laboratories Trappers Attention Wo Buy Hides and Fur Highest Prices Paid CARL STEIN il Sixth St S W ONE BLOCK WEST OF FED Girl 16 Cuts Gash in Hand With Razor Blade Arline Hill 16 years old 1603 Federal avenue south received n painful injury to her left hand Wed nesday afternoon when she cut it with a safety razor blade She was taken to Park hospital where she was given treatment Several stitches were reqviired to close the in her hand Later she was taken to her home where she is re ported to be resting more easily from the pain You tell The man who seems a fiveton truck down town may be just a trailer at home Midwest lie view 3 Good Reasons Why You Should Specify CERTIFIED MATERIAL 1 Certified Material ig guar anteed by a Bond 2 Certified Material is rec ognized by banks making loans Certified Material brings 5 a higher resale price WEBSTER POTTER Lumber Co Tho Best in Lumber Phono ElghtOEight Dont Wait A Ben Webster fres Annual New Years Eve Carnival dance Tues day night Dec 31 Confetti horns paper ribbon etc Grand New Year dance Wednesday night January 1st Stanley and His 11 Aristocrats will play for both These Dances Sponsored by Drum and Bugle Corps The big Whoopee Dances of the old and New Year Dont Suffer RHEUMATISM Why go through life in constant dread of pain and distress Why suffer the dangers of rheumatic pains of any sort Its no longer necessary For medical science can 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