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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa EIGHT T CITY GLOBEGAZETTE DECEMBER 31 192U WAUCQMA RAIL COMMISSIONER ANNOUNCES HIS CANDIDACY MARAUDING DOGS KILLMANYSHEEP H u t c h i ns Farmers Suffer Heavy Losses Due to Canines HUTCHINS Dec Han and G J Larson farmers who Mve four miles northeast of Hutch Ins In prthel township have 7auf jfered heavy losses fn their flock of sheep when numerousdogs attack them Mr Hanson owned 16 head that were all more or leas hurt four of being killed outright Mr Larson owned six that were killed VWhen the dogs were found later in the men managed to shool two of them but several others that were bunch got away Presbyterian Men to Serve Supper of the hig eviata of the yearwill take place this evening when the men of the Presbyteriari church will put on a supper got up cooked and served by the men Last year was their first attempt and they served over 200 Thig year if the weather per mits they expect a Jarger crowd Face Covered With Irritating Rash Healed by Cuticura t with which was very irritating I also had blackheads and some large red pimples 1 used to scratch which and then thelarge pimples would come to a head I tried other remedies but they were not the slightest help to me and I was discouraged I sent for a free sample of Cuticura Soap and Umtment and could see a change after using it I purchased more and after using three cakes of Soap and two boxes of Ointment I was Miss Julia Phelps Second Ave Marengo Ill HERE AND THERE v Miscellaneous Items vFrom 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota TO KENTUCKY and Mrs Nick Briar motored to Louisville Kyi where they are visiting relatives 4 VISIT IN MARENGO and Thelma TftoV who teach schoolin town ship near Hutching have gone to Ma rengo to visit relatives and friends during theirholiday vacation CALLED TO DEATH BED Otto Nolte who summbhejj to the bedside of her mother Mrs Frederics at Wells Minn arrived just one hour before she died KILLED BY AUTO and Mrs Prank Sykea hayoj received the news that their 21 year old granddaughter An nette Sykesof Minneapolis was in stantlyjdlled when struck by an auto mobile 35 ATTEND SERVICE SWEA members of the MethodistEpiscopal Epworth league icld a fellowship supperat G oclock Sunday night in the basementof tho church Thpleague and Its officers the out appointment at Grant were also in attendance This made a group of about 35 young people AROUND WORLD ONE OF THE GREAT CLOTHING STORES OF IOWA r TSt Merely To Wish You Happy New Year T Would To keaye Our Message Half Unsaid LATHER letus say toyouythatduring1930 through its facilities this stole of yours will place at your disposal more numerous advantages than ever in the past it has been able to Like any other business institution we and our coworkers at SonInc are human a happy household of willing menaind women here to do your bidding when you seek apparel As with other humansneither we nor our performance can be absolutely perfect although we strive wholeheartedlyto be as nearly perfect aswecan If thereforein the years now past through no intent of oura there has occurred something that displeased you here please make to us for we believe that no year canbe started well until existing obligations have been honored and we stand ready now if stich there be to honor ours withyou A word by mail will bring us to youftdoorstep hat in hand eager to substantiate thatwith our wishfor a prosperous New Yeargoes also a wholesome hope that you will look back through all the old years as far as Abel Son Inc is with very1 pleasant memories MUMftER SEVIM iOUTH MARSHALLTOWN UNIT AT NUMBER 26 EAST MAIN STREET Morris F Hanson son of Mr and Mrs F M Hanson of Des Mbines formerly of Garner set sail on the steamshipWichita Tuesday the final day of 1929 from New York on a trip around the world as an official of a lubricant company His route will carry him from New York down the Atlantic ocean thru the Panama canal southwest to Aus tralia from there to China thence south and thruthe Suez canal over the Mediterranean sea and back to New York The journey will re quire about six At the vari ous ports hewill observe tests of the lubricant and the steamship on which he Is sailing from New York ia making use of the oil for test purposes Mr Hanson is a graduate of Cul ver military academy in the class of 1925 He attended the University of Iowa in 1926 and 1927 having affiliated with Phi Delta Theta a social fraternity With his father he has been engaged in the oil business at Garner for some time Mr Han son a former banker is now as sistant budget director and recently took up resident in the capital city SUFFERS PNEUMONIA and Mrs Lon Benham mot9red to Alexander the lat ter part of last week to see his slater sirs Nels Larson who la seriously sick with pneumonia RETURN TO OSKALOOSA R Shauger and daughters Dorothy and Dpores of Oskaloosa have returned to tiieir aftervisiting a few days wlthMrs Slmugers sister Mrs H J Williams In Belmond HOLD WATCH PARTY Epwbrth league will hbd watch night Tuesday night at thechurch Supper will be served and tho progranuwlll be varied until 13 oclock when the bell will ring the old year out Rnd the new year In VISITED FOR WEEK Donna Done and George Done returned Wednesday to their home in Esthcrville utter visit ins for a week with their sister Mrs Wanda Crookston in Behnond TEACHES IN CAMBRIDGE McCrea who spent tho Christmas vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs Robert McCrea has lett by car for Camrbldge where he is a teacher In the schools there TO SPEND WINTER and Mrs Lester Punke and family are visiting rela tives In Illinois They expect to go to Kansas about Feb 1 where they will remain until spring TO MAKE VISIT and Mrs E J Titus have gone to Kanawha where they will visit afew days at the home of Mr and Mrs Jess Hi From there they will motor to Sommers where they expect to visit indefinite time the home ot their daughter Mrs John Smith RETURNS TO SCHOOLWORK Miller has re turned to Mason City to resume her work at Hamilton Buslneaa college The Reliable pestle PERMANENT WAVE WE DO ALL KINDS OF BEAUTY WORK Mrs Cockayne Special ist in Permanent Wav ing Rachel Hendersen Beauty Specialist OKBeautyShop Phone 1851 19 East State UnderRay Seneys RETURN TO DETROIT Anderson ant Laurence Misbacii have left for De troit to resumo their studies at De troit university CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY 1 and Mrs J p Gruneivaid were surprised on thel fourteenth wedding anniversary Sun day Tlie guests were Mr and Mrs Chris IVioItman and family of Boorie Mrs Mary Rudecill and son Lloyd Mrand Mrs Charles Murr and daugh ter Jean of Woden FORMER PASTOR DEAD was received here Saturday of the death of the ReviAu Bust AVellner of Denver Colo The Rev Wellnerwas a formerpastor ot the Lutheran church here RETURNS TO SCHOOL Mildred Jacobson has returned to her school work a Northfield Minn where she is i sophomore at St OloC cbllejje CALL IN WODEN and Mrs Floyd rjing inan land family of Ft Dodgo visited at the home of the latters parents Mr and Mrs Herman Helm a few dayg this week BOY FALLS FROM MOW Hemnvson of Mr and Mrs Charles Playing fell from a hay mow break Inghls arm at the wrist RETURN DAKOTA I W Cooper C T Copper and Irving Miller havo re amed to their home at Bonilla S Dak after spending a few days at ho William Vogel home They ae Mrs Vogels mother brother and iephew ATTENDS BROTHERS FUNERAL MoeUering re cently attended the funeralof his bro ther Edwin at La Salle 111The de ceased was a resident of this com nunity 30 years ago and visited here ast summer TEACHES IN COLORADO Myrtle Hawley left for Holly dolo after a weeks withher parents Mr and Mrs I H Hawley She teaches in the Holly schools HAVE CANDY PARTY group of young wom n attended a candy pull aUthehome f Mrs S B Dalley on Saturday eve ilng They were Lucille Kelly of Elma Flizaebth Emerson Ruth Hunter Reeve Phyllis Babcock and Jojy Buscli of Allison VISITS AT CLAREMONT L D Hunger ordand familyvisited last week with elatiVGs nt CiaremontZ ARE FROM IOWA CITY Charles Ander ion family has as hpuse guests Miss jouise and Robert Eakerof Iowa City who arrived in Plymouth Saturday afternoon TheEakers usedto live in Plymouth FIRE QUICKLY DISCOVERED COR WITH pro erty which Is occupied by H B Mas Ion and family caught fire on the oof But was soon discovered It was xtlngulshed before any damage was VISIT IN HUTCHINS HUTCHINS Miss Luella Smith rom Clailon was aweekend visitor t the Lon Benham libme Miss Verna Illler of Fertile is also spendlns1 her ollday vacation at the Benham home VISIT IN MARCUS and Mrs John Pat oiv visited a few days this week at be home of their daughter Mrs Wll ani Merry ami family at Marcus IS HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL and Mrs Ray lawley have returned to Marseilles 11 after visitingtwo weeks with Mr lawleys parents Mr and MrG H Hy lawley Mr Hawley is principal of lie high school In Marseilles MASONS TO MEET annual banquet of he Eastern Star and Masonic lodge be held In the dining room of the otel Allison on Friday evening Plans ave been made for the Ladies Aid ociety of the Lutheran church to erve the banquet Following the ban uet ceremonies will be held in the lasonlc hall installing the new offt ers VISITS JN CRESCO Norton of Cresco s visiting at the home of her daugh er Mrs W Pr Bennett PLANS EXTENSIVE VISIT Leon Small Sr f PlatlvlllD WIs is here for a two eeks visit with her children in Iowa ho has spent one week with her aughter Mrs R J Armstrong and day or two with Leon Small Jr nd will visit part of next week with er daughter Mrs Harold Piper lason City and her son Jack Small t Thornton SPENT HOLIDAYS and Mrs Her ert Carlson spent the holidays with elatlves InSouth Dakota VISIT IN COULTER Miss Elma and Evelyn Anderson Minneapolis are spending the Christmas holiday season with their parents Mr and Mrs Chris Anderson and other relatives and friSnds RETURNS TO ACADEMY Elder left Mon day for Annapolis Md after a holi day visit with hln parents Mr and Mrs Cl f Elder Max entered the U SNaval academy last July and htch grades and no demerits made the vChristmntt vacationpossible ARRIVE IN CORWITII and Mrs Ralph Crowley have arrived from Turand III for a holiday visit with Mrs Crowloys parents Mr and Mrs Ru dolph Glawe RETURNS TO WASHINGTON Hartshorn has for Washington to resumo his studies In Georgetown university after spending1 10 days with his parents Mr nnd Mrs Elmer Hartshorn RETURNS TO MINNEAPOLIS Genevieve Lawler has returned to Minneapolis nfter a friw days visit nt the C A Lawler home SUMMITS TO OPERATION Froningsubmitted to an operation for hernia at the hos pital at Hampton Saturday morning It Is reported that he is getting along as well ns can be expected FARM BUREAU MAKES PLANS directors ot Kossuth county Farm Bureau held an nil day session in the Masonic brill here V L Rycrson who was recently elccled county chairman assumed his office and plans for the coming made OTHER MEMBERS OF BOARD PLAN 1932 CAMPAIGNS Names of Commissioners Not New to Iowa DBS MOINBS Dec 31 lowing the lead of Railroad Ccm misslorier Charles Webster of Wau coma who announced his candi dacy for renominatton on tho publican ticket Monday Fred P Woodruff his fellow commissioner on the rail board expects to cast his hat into the ring for renomina tion also before the end of the week The other place on the commis sion that held by Chairman B M Richardson of Cedar Rapids isnot up for vote in the forthcoming June primaries as Mr Richardson holds over until the 1932 election One other time Webster and Woodruff have been paired for a railroad commission nomination so that their names are not hew to the voters of Iowa Woodruff now is filling ouVthe imexpired term of Former Commissioner Dwight N Lewis who resigned to become commerce counsel Lewis later re signed that post also In the last jrimary election ha was candidate forthe short or unexpired term and was elected According to the rotation of the post of chairman of the commission this would next fall to Woodruff Happy New Year The closing of the year finds us indeed grateful in retaining your good will and friendship So in the spirit of the sea son we wish you a Happy and Prosper ous New Year I I PROMILKOLACTIC UNEXCELLED FOR POULTRY and HOGS PROMILKOLACTIC is not affected by sum mer temperature or by freezing PROMILKOLACTIC is a most nutritious feed at the same time acting as a disinfec tant for the digestive intestinal tract highly desirable and efficient in the treatment of Worms Necrotic Enteritis ulcerated intes tines Scours and a general rundown con ditionin HOGS and CALVES f PROMILKOLACTIC hasbeen found to bfe one of the beat preventatives and remedies for White Diarrhoea and Coccidiosis in POULTRY INSTRUCTIONS PROMILKOLACTIC may be fed in its orig inal thick paste form or diluted to suit the particular use desired in the ratio of one gal lon of PROMILKOLACTIC in thirty to forty gallons of water the results obtained are more beneficial 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