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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa fl ItOkii inn I tifi CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY MARCH QfcVERNOR WILlTTRESENT SUBSTITUTE FOR BOND ISSUE LEGISLATURE TO CONSIDER ROADS Expect BUI Similar to One Two Years Ago at Special Session By R FRANKIiN MERRITT XJriHed Staff Correaponflent March 11 Road affacUnj both primary highways will considered iy Iowas legislature thli week along rith other Important also SaUd for consideration Tomorrow Jov John Hatnmlll will pwnent to tlie outline ot primary road to replace ths road nond 1s bill Declared unconstitutional to Indl Wr plan It fa it wni in amendment t legal ot gasoline and Bbtor lloenw ieei In retiring teadsbondo and a bill nlmllar to the me pasiedbj two aso with other unconntltu ional eUmlnated Committee Action Committee action In both houses on he bill proposed by AUy den John rietoher using anticipatory warrants money for pavlns primary also expected fluting the reeks It may be delayed however oy wnslderatlon of pro I While primary road legislation prob Ibly will occupy the center of the leg Blatlva etage secondary road meas ires also will ba considered during the ThaBergman bill passed by Iho senate week probably will he lubstltuted for the Hollla companion heastjrs which has received a tavor ibler committee report tomorrow A light then is expected an effort commiMlon and a committee measure from bodiw placing a tax on luxuries also Is expected dur ns the waek Probability that the fint of on the budget bill will ba made early In the week appeared great today with the committee report on askings ot the national guard tstats library departments and other ready for presents tlon to ths appropriations May Reach Boxing BIB recommendations on th1 warehouse bill and the bill changing conaotidatlns license for grocery and meat Btorea were made today Jn the eenate by the com merce and trade committees Another Income tax bill settlns flat rate of to on the first thousand dollars ot income and a one per cent tax on all Income over troduced In the house today One In come tax bill already passed house but was not considered by sen ators because of the indoflnlta post ponement ot the PattersonMoen bill Possibility that the two thirds vote necessary to consider the new bill In the couU be ob tained was considered unlikely by sen ators and bill appeared doomed The boxing bill Bponsored by the American Legion which would create a boxingcommission may reach the house floor flurlnp week Plymouth CoOperative Holds Annual Meeting PLYMOUTH March an nual meeting ot the Plymouth Coop erative creamery was held Saturday at the town hall Reports were given and officers and directors for the year were elected G O Helnselman was elected presi dent T R Glaus vice president T Li Stevens secretary Directors are J J Molsberry T Seiwertsen C A Molsberry C A Froum Lewis Peshak H C Sprung HERE AND THE R E Miscellaneous Briefs From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota irobablywltt be made to substitute the HubTjardBMracTa Johnson secondary bill for the BergmanHollls neaaure Altho both measures provide br final absorption of town roads In Die county system the HubbardJohn loh measure iteepa them In the hands it lownshlp trusteesuntil they are lafcen over by county supervisors vlille the BergmanHollls hill removes ill authority ot trustees Immediately md gives supervisors entire Jurisdic tion Federal Concurrent resolutions Introduced Saturday regarding roads also will consideration during the week 3no would authorize the state railroad ommlaslpn to call attention ot bus ine operators to apparent disregard f highway regulations by bus drivers vh lie the other would memorialize iongress to increase federal aid to ilghways from to IOD Presentation of the ways and means lommittee bill creating a gtate ta and A T Messeldlne H A Harm son gave ths atternoon talk Beaver Creek Will Hold Postponed Mission Meet LAKE MTLL3 March postponed mission meeting of the St Ansgar circuit ol the Lutheran church willbe held at Beaver creek March 12 to 14 The Rev L E Kleppe Is the pastor of the Beaver Creek con gregation The meeting Tuesday at 3 p m with a sermon by the Rev T Slgmond The Rev S Fretheim will introduce the topic Matt On Thursday the program will he In charge oC the Womens Missionary federation Masons Buy Opera House FREDERICKSBURG March On Friday the opera house here sold for 51505 to the Masonic order o CALLED TO MANCHESTER D L Young was called to Manchestetr Friday by ths serious illness ot his son Harry GOES TO CEDAR RAPIDS MARBLE Purdy of dar Rapids who been spending the week with her aunt Mrs Herman Herbst and husband returned home Saturday AWAITS NEW HOUSE Busse houss burned week moved into house vacated by Howard Hunsley and will live there until his new house Is built VISITS FBIBXD8 Clayton Kemp Al Lea Minn spent a of ays visiting here while ute from Iowa City to her hora BUY AMES RESTAURANT and Mrs Clarenoe have bought restaurant at Unt LEAVES FOR BCIIOOL MARBLE ull daughUr of B A Hull ot Rock Journal to orth Dakota will Normal Training school t Dickinson RETURN FROM WEST and MM ugust Bushing are home from hreo months visit to Mrs Bushings rother Ferdinand Becker and fam y at Pasadena Cal RETURN HOME Ladegaard and ophle Larsen who have been attend ng college at Blair Nebr returned ome this week VISIT AT THORNTON Will Benoy and aughter Jolce Freepoit III Mrs Syde Martin and daughter Anna Mae f Muscatine and Lee TVanaker Ho art Ind are visiting at the home ot Ir and Mrs Martin Floy SPEND WEEKEND AT HOME Walsh Dorothy Waite Duane Stewart and John lodges all of whom are students at owa state Teachers college spent he weekend with relatives here GIVE RECITAL Jacqueline Etter resented a number ot her piano pu ils In a recital which was held at the J H Scantlebury home Saturday fternoon GOES TO MINNEAPOLIS A Lawler spent the weekend In Minneapolis with his aughter Genevieve MOVES TO NEW HOME LYLB A Matter has hla lew home on the farm south ot town Inlshed and moved there this week nd VISITS UNCLE and Mrs Fred Garllng Minneapolis spent the weekend at Sterling Stands for Quality Sterling No 2 812 S Penn Phone 807 place any kind of weather Sterling No 1 13 N Fed Phone 1600 AVe fleliver orders of over anjlime Spring Opening This Week We will spring of low prices this week on quality merchandise Tuesday Wednesday Thursday CHAMPION FIRE MAKER the home of Mrs GarUngtt uncle Wil liam Mlllaid GO TO WATERLOO Martha and Min me Helm have gone to Waterloo vhere they will be employed Because started fire by friction In six seconds flat at a track and field meet nt Cincin nati Jack Gall Boy Scmit has been limned the now friction king of the CALLED HOME Joseph Wal ters was called to Cabery III Sunday by tha death ot her mother Mrs Walters went to Cabery a tew months ago to attend the funeral ot her father FAMILY QUAUANTINED Charles Baack fam ihare quarantined for scarlet fever VISITS PARENTS A E Kernahan Boston Masa is visiting at the home ot her parents Mr and Mrs J J Gough Mrs Kcrnahan has been as sisting her husband tho Rev A E Kernahan In an evangelistic meeting in Spokane Wash LEADERS ANNOUNCED from the Inter national Council ot Religious Educa tion have been received announcing those who passed examinations In the Franklin county leadership institute held here MOVES TO FARM Narratll lias moved to the farm southeast of town he recently purchased from the Wyberny estate ARRIVE FOR VISIT MARBLE A D Wil son and son Raymond of Cedar Rap ids came to visit her alster Ber HOSPITAL Oxley li in government hospital at Maywood III suffering from lung trouble contracted in the World war NEWLTWEDS RETURN and Sonnenberg who a month honeymooning with In Grun dy County returnedSaturday and have moved to their farm home north west of Titonka FARM BUREAU MEETING annual all day Farm Bureau meeting held at the church Friday There was a plonlc lunch at noon RETURNS HOME MARBLE Henry Smith returned Saturday from a weeks visit with her Wayna Emltb and fam ily at Waterloo PARENTS OF GIRL and Edwin the of a girl born Friday HAS OPERATION year old of Mr and Mrs Henry Bchroeder has had an operation for appendicitis at the Mercy hospital Mason City MAKES REVIVAL TOUR 1YLE Dahl left Fri day for Grand Hapids Mich and from there went to Detroit He expects to be gone about seven weeks on a re vival tour LEAVES FOR ILLINOIS T W Zlttritsch and daughter Frances Anns left for Adell 111 Sunday night where Mrs ijltt rltscbB mother is very 1H HOME FOR WEEKEND Estella Ludeklng who teaches in Luana spent the week end at her home here RETURNS FROM ROCKFORD Clark returned Saturday from Rockford 111 where he has been for the past several weeks visiting Is parents Mr and Mrs George Clark ART DIVISION MEETS arts division ot the Womans club will meet this evening in the library Mrs M J Streit wit speak on The Magazine ot Art ii America and Mrs W C Pyle on Progress ot Art In Iowa VISITS SISTER and Mrs Georg Ravenburs Minneapolis are visltlni Mr Ravenburga mother and a sister Mvs Henry Kruse who is ill In Park hospital at Mason City GIVES St PATRICK HugU Murray en tertained the LafaIots at a St Pat iicks party AUXILIARY AIDS VETS American Legio auxiliary has been doing much com mendable work for tho needy veterans ot the state department The organi zation has just completed and sent to Des Molnes eight large comforters and seven small comforters CLARION REPORTS MORE ROBBERIES List of Unsolved Burglaries Mounts as Two More Are Added CLEARION March more robberies in Clarion the past week are added to tha growlnsr list of unsolved burglaries during tha winter week tha residence ot J D was entered and a and rifla taken Then an upper window glass was removed from the Teenia Weenla grocery and a quantity of canned goods taken Prior to this week the Farmers Kle1 vat or company lost a radio aet Tompklns and Walker re orted their of flea rifled of In ash and high school safe was If led of a sum in cash Franklin County Farm Bureau Women to Hear County Vice President HAMPTON March next tegular meeting of the Farm Bureau women of Franklin county will bs held on Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock Tha gathering which is to under the direction of Miss Marian B Smith demonstration agent will ba held in tha library club Miss Altye Ruat county vice presi dent of the Farm Bureau will give a short address and Wayland Little and Miss Grace Shroyer will present a demonstration of slip cov and Commercial Rugs The talks will be Interspersed with muslcW numbers A committee from the Womans club will serve tea slectric Company at Thornton Cuts Rates THORNTON March of town elec rlo light company has granted a re duction of cent on first 25 cllowatfc hours consumed Thia will educe tha rate from 15 cents to 14 enU for Snake In Kvtrjr Drug but try to ftt It with ut a prescription And snakes cant Globe aarden Committee to Have Spring Meeting March gar den club committee of the Clarion Wo mans club has arranged a spring gar den meeting for Tuesday when the fol lowing program will ba given Roll call My garden plans for the sum mer Analysis and fertilization ol your soil by county agent P C Tomllnson Plants and Gardens ol the Southland by Mrs B P Birds all The Chicago Garden Show Mrs H P Walker Forest City Carriers Have Unusual Methods FOREST March o the Forest City rural carriers are re sorting to unusual methods In serv Ing their routes these days especlallj since it has begun to thaw One route has a dozen miles on the prl mary road while the remainder oC th route is over roads that aro not trav eled a great deal This carrier i using a buggy until he gets to wher his route leaves the highways whon he exchanges it for a sleigh for th alance of the trip The next da e reverses his trip starting out wit tie sleigh and coming back with ttre uggy With Order 10 Lbs53e Sugar 100 Lbs l6o Lbs CaneS552 Health Department Grape Fruit 5 for 25c I Oranges good size 2 doz 35c Apples 4 Ibs for 25c I Oranges med size doz35e Head Lettuce10c Oranges large doz49c Cabbage Carrots Onions Rutabagas Bananas FLOUR i Gold Medal 49 Ibs S195 I Eaco 49 Sea Foam 49 Occident 49 Big Q 49 IbsS175 Big Q 49 Ihs Buntes Famous Easter Candy Complete line of Easter Cnuilv inclmliiiR Rabbits Chickens lien Nests KCCR Chicken Houses Hard Onmly RESIDENT FOR 40 YEARS DIES Funeral Will Be Held ior Martin Tang 57 at Forest City FOREST CITY March for Martin Tane 67 tor more than 40 years a resident Forest City and vicinity who died at his home here Friday evening will be held this afternoon ot tho Methodist church The Rev M D Buah will be In charge Friday afternoon Mr Tane had left the house for a walk up town On arriving home he sank ex liaustert Into a chair and died Immedl ately Ho born at Albert Lea Minn Sept 4 1ST1 and came will his parents to Forest City at the ag of 17 He Is survived by his wife and three children Helen attending high school at Pontlac Mich Alvln and Luclle at j tending high school here a brother Henry at Toledo Iowa and three sis ters Mrs T F Walsh ot East St Louis III Mrs G Williams ot Los Angeles Cal and Mrs Ed Van Loan of Clear Lake Bootlegger Lands in Jail at Osage OSAGE March Ted Frank vas arrested Friday by Sheriff Arthur lungerford and city marshal George Gulliver and taken before Justice Paulson charged with Ho was given a fine of 100 ami costs and lost his car As he ivas unable 10 furnish the Tine he was placed In Jail Plymouth Directors to Seek ReElection PLYMOUTH March the school election held today W F Urenn and R L Dlxson directors are for reelection AB yet no other nominations have been made Large Nice Good Cookers Potatoes Peck Bushel 15c 55c Miscellaneous Maraschino Chocolated Coated Cherries Ib 25c Puritan Malt 55c Johnson Floor Wax 59c Honey Combloc Kanton Crepe 3 for23c Red Band 4 for25c Northern Tissue 3 for 25c Brooms good ones 49c Mop Sticks lac First National Bank of Swea City Pays Dividend gWEA CITY March de funct First National bank is paying itj second dividend since closing In October 1026 The present dividend 13 for 10 per cent The dividendIn cash will amount to about Tlie previous dividend was for 5 per cent Algona Mayor Faces Election Opposition ALGOXA March Alucr Ogren Is beinHojtyosed hy Fred Pow ell in tin coming election In all ex Cept the second ward there are tw candidates for councilman In the see ond D Ji Ieffert la unopposed Ther are five candidates for councilman a large No particular issues have bee1 raised ARMERSWILL ATTEND SCHOOL Winnebago Farm Bureau Will Teach Vaccination for Hog Cholera LAKE MILLS March the of many farmers in TVinne 1HBO county Mr Aaberg county igent of the Farm Bureau has ar for a hog cholera vaccination school which starts today t the Farm Bureau headciuarters in Thomp son AH farmers attending will have an opportunity to learn how to vaccinate their own hogs and secure a state permit allowing them to Dr T S Craft will discuss common diseases swine and their control in addition to cholera vaccination The school la Tree to anyone wishing to attend A fee of is charged those desiring to obtain a slate per mit COFFEE Folgers Folgcrs 2 bs c Butternut Ib49c McLaughlins 45c McLaugrhKns Peaberry Ib 42c Price Brands Belle Ilaine Corn10c Friendship PeasHe Hominy 10c Tomatoes tall can10c Pineapple broken slices larjje can 23c Tomato Soup 3 North Beach Cut Wax or Cut Green Beans 15c MR the sprinjoiieninpr tills iveI firing us your CCRH Lso either iront or rciir eiilrauce Grnd Jury Returns Indictments Against Liquor Law Violators ALLISON March Thllis day niorninp Gesina Spier was grant ed a divorce fiom Wilhelm Spier in district court here Three Indlctnients have been re turned hy i he grand jury There is one against Bert Tlltzman of Parkersburg on a fharge oC driving n car ntoxicated Loren Starrett charged with illegal transportation of Intoxl catingr liquor and another against Bert niizinon on a charge of main taining a lliiuor nuisance Grade Children Give Operetta at Waucoma VAUCOMA Mare grades of the Waucoma public school pre sented the operetta Molly Be Jolly In tivo acts at the Waucoma opcin house Friday nlfrht The operetta wls coached by Mlssea Miltlrert Flynn Helen Jacoby and Ruth Smith Ger altline Gregory gave three vocal solos between acts Buckets Used to Put Out Fire at Bristow BRISTOW March caiiflei by a spark lodging on the root of th V A Ttlcharrts residence did sited image early Saturday morning Vo nteer firemen uainp buckets ex nguiahcd the blaze beCore the hos art arrived Swea City Legion Will Give Carnival Friday SWEA CITV March car nival that was billed to be given Fri day night hy the American Legion post Xo 14 lias been postponed until Friday nlghl March 15 The reason at tho time of postponement was the conflict with the district basketball tournament in which the local team played Mrs Virgil Frye 23 Is Dead at Cylinder WITITTEMORE March Virgil Krye 23 died at Cylinder Sun day followin an attack of the flu She leaves her husband who Is in strucoinnrt conch in the Cylinder consolMnted and two little daughters rne throe years and one seven months old Mrs Frycs ents formerly Hve at West Bend but are now living at Tipton Garner Board Director Files for ReElection iltrch f Has IngH noy 1awhorn Charles Schinael and Dr Kmi Wesson aro all candi dates of he school board election ti be held today hap srcved the past tenr His torn tind that of O K Muhen fx liire lhin month Mr Xlabnn did no file for reelection Algona MitrcJt won from publio ichool on local floor by ths f 28 to 28 Friday OLD NEW HAVEN RESIDENT DIE Funeral Services for Mr Matt Fox 80 Held This Morning OSAQE Matt Fo 80 of New Haven died suddenly F day evening at 9 oclock after an ness of three hours duration had been a resident ot th county for many years Surviving ar her husband and threa daughte Mrs John Miller Katherlne and G Fox The funeral held this foreno In the Catholic church at New Hav with the Rev Father A N TIbeau charge and burial was at New Have Rabbiti Cause Damaee CLARION March ha considerable damage to at shrubbery in practically every oroht In vicinity this winter the deep come of low s branches ot the trees had bark almost entirely giwvrad off eachevs Association to Broadcast Regular Monthly Radio Program A11ES March regula onthly radio progvum given unde he auspices ot the Iowa State Teac rs association come over radi itatlon VVOZ at Ames this atternoo rom to oclock Senator F Stanley professor in Penn college at Oskaloosa and chairman of the senate committee on public schools will speak Tlie music program is devoted ex clusively to folk songs most ot which vill be given by tlio Woodward male quartet This organization altho rot widely known is 1 rather unusual one ami is worthy of the attention of the istener In Sterling Stands for Quality FASHION FA VORS These Clever DRESSES Smart and lovely are the new Frocks for Spring They radiate a style and newness that is always most desirable The pretty printed patterns and the variance of the colors make it easy for one to find n Frock suited to their own personality Many of the frocks that we are showing in these groups also have the coat to make up the Ensemble Tou will find it a real treat just to view those handsome garments and you wiH not be feminine unless you want several them The high quality ot the materials the smartness of the designing and the superior workmanship make these diesses outstanding values at these feature prices and 75 W Another carload of Gmghs quids action jtliis safety PERTUSSIN brings quicker re lief for coughs because it acts to remove the immediate cause It is safer to use because it not only helps Nature to ex pel the mucus and soothe the irritation bucjt does this without the aid of harmful upsetting drugs Because of these qualities it has lind the approval of physicians for 25 years Alt any doctor or Receiver Appointed for Rockford Bank UOCKFOHD Maicli li C A Cut tell Spencer has heen appointed re ceiver of tlie First National hank of Rockford Miss Phyllis SharCf will assist with thfi clerical work K L Hopkins examiner Madison WIs J F Rush assistant examiner Wat erloo and Mrs Lucie Classen Mason City who were In charge ot affairs at the hunk following the closing oC it returned to their homes Fertile Church Women Have Election Meeting PIORTIL13 March women ot the Christian church served a din ner in the church basement Friday After the uyinev tho annual business meeting was held and officers wr elected Lake Mills Man Speaks to Hanlontown P T A HANIONTOViX March r ciie Nelson of Mills was the Jit the P T A pro sriuii lifM hrre Iriday evening His subject was My ljuty As a Dad Safe for Cough GLASS IF IT is used in Auto mobiles or Buildings WE HAVE IT Automobile Glass Window Glass GLASS SET AND POJISIIBU SKlltKl MECHANIC Hugh Davey ahd Son ami Paint For Every Purpose Plinnn Kit 15 2nd S W Indiana Furnace Lump on Track Cerro Gordo Farmers Company Cash Delivered Price from the car Per ton Phone 270 500 3rd N E 1 m I t Keep Your Pass Book Some day youll withdraw some money from your Savings Ac count Theres what its there for But when you do be sure to leave a few dollars on deposit Keep your pass book so you can promptly start rebuilding the for at some later date youll want ready money again just as badly FIRST NATIONAL BANK of MASON CITY Sank for Savings nk fo m ;