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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 22, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MAY 22 1929 Thousands to Attend Cloquet Celebration CLOQUET Minn May 22 Thousands of persons from nortU astern Minnesota and eastern Wis consin are expected to attend the fourth of July celebration here un deiLegion auspices Featuring an entertainment being planned con sisting sport events a parade and speakers Is a logrolling match iu which Wilbur Marx au Claire Wis and Bill Delyca Couer dAlene Ida will vie for honors Dan Gioscios Harp Orchestra Will Play for Ihe AMERICAN LEGION Oldtime Dance Saturday Night May 25 Price Always 25 Cents MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTS TTVT3 125 HOLLANDALE FARMERS READY TO APPEAL CASE Albert Lea Court Sustains Demurrer of Defending Land Firms ALBERTLEA Minn May Following a decision by the court hero sustaining a demurrer of the companies holding thecontracts and mortgages for the land in the Hollandale development project cast of here 125 farmers have indicated Lheir intention to carry the matter to the supreme court On April 20 the fanners suc ceeded in getting a restraining or der from the court preventing the holders from collecting any interest or other money clue under the con tracts The county treasurer ol Freeborn county was also re If you seek luxurious comfort the super lative in food and service youwill find unceasing pleasure in a visit at THIS BLACKSTONE A great lioteJ which confers distinction on its guests no less than it is distinguished by them the worlds notables in every field of endeavor Rates arc surprisingly rea sonable A single room with bath as low as five dollars a ilny six double The Drake Hotel Company owners of The BiacksLonc also own nnd operate The Drake Hotel on North Michigan AvcnueatLakcShorcDrivc For information write Dept FC BLACKSTONE South Michigan Avenue OD he Lake Froac CHICAGO strained from attempting to collect any taxes or fees on property in volved Call Terms Unfair The argument pf the tenants is that the terms of the contracts unfair and that the land was Bold to them under misrepresentations They are endeavoring to be entirely released from liability for any pay ment under the contracts The new aspect of the case came up when the defendants demurred to the attempt of the farmers to have their cases tried as one case instead of having 125 cases tried Individually The arguments lasted several hours and at the close Judge Nor man E Peterson said there were a number of points of law involved and that as the matter was bound to reach the supreme court ulti mately however he might rule he thot it better to have the matter go to the supreme court before there were hundreds of pages of testimony from witnesses taken He sustained the demurrer Grants Defendants Motion He granted the motion of the de fendants and dissolved the restrain ing order on the showing of the Al bert Lea Lands company that in its entire history it had never cancelled but two of its land contracts and that was when two farmers had abandoned the farms The company thru Its officials as sured the court that it would not cancel the contracts except under those circumstances The company wanted the farmers to remain on the property and go ahead with their work The judge decided that the restraining order was not neces sary Osage Izaak Walton League Stocks Lake OSAGE May Izaak Walton league received a consign ment of 390000 pike Monday from Robert St John at Clear Lake The fish were put into the river west of town A like amount was hrot over for St Ansgar Safe m Hampton High School Is Broken Into HAMPTON May at the high school safe building was DE SOTO CARS WITH SPANISH NAMES IN CARAVAN Caravan that visited immy towns in Northern Iowa Friday and Saturday of last week The man near the first car is not a Spanish caballfro us one mieht us costume but Murray Flnte His attire and that of tho senorila who is Miss Guild T Cocllc nanlos Kspanol Cupe Business Sedan De Lijo nnd Sedan Colerame Boasts of Being Second Range City to Have Airport COLERAINE Minn May 22 with less than 2000 population boasts of being the sec ond community to have a municipal airport on the iron range and the first in Itasca county The work of clearingthe field comprising 52 acres has progressed rapidly this spring and plans have been made lor dedication of the airfield as a feature of a Fourth of July celebration While the field is not a standard airport in accord ance with the dimensions made by the United States war department additional improvements may be made later Village officials are making ar rangements with the federal govern ment to have a government plane carry mail from here to the Twin Cities or some other point at the dedicatory exercises broken into and about S20 taken some time during Monday night The loss was discovered when school i opened Tuesday morning Entrance j was made thru a window in the boys gymnasium Veteran of Civil War Has 91 st Anniversary NASHUA May G Wright one of the three surviving Civil war veterans of Nashua cele brated his ninetyfirst birthday an niversary Monday at the home of his son Frank where all of his chil dren and grandchildren assembled to spend the day with him on ents There is no reason why you should drive on old tires when you can get new FISKALL CORDS on easy payments Longafter you have paid for your Fisk they continue to de liver steady dependable serv ice and excess mileage That is why we can sell them on time know they far out last any guarantee Drive in today and get a Fisk pay for it at your convenience We have the right size and type for your car SHORT COURSE OPENS 300 Firemen Are at Annual Classes at Iowa State College AMES May elective courses in first aid and substitution of a class system of instruction for the old conferences the fifth an nual firemens short coui ae opened at Iowa State college this morning Three hundred firemen expected to attend First aid instruction will be given by Commodore W 12 LongEellow assistant director of the American Red Cross The class system has been adopted over the conference system in order to permit a wider choice of instruction and to permit segregation of firemen according to previous instruction and experience Nationally known leaders in ftro fighting including officials irom tlic Chicago and Minneapolis fiio de I partments and the National i of Fire Underwriters will be un the ss program Seven Iowa Municipal fire I chiefs and state fire officials will also appear rrrl The short course was urigiivilcd i in 1925 at the request of state fire mens organizations It is sponsored by the engineering extension Uc dcparlment of the college Waldorf Sophomores Give Class Program FOREST CITY May Waldorf junior college sophomores pave their class program Monday j cvcning Clarence Jacobson acting IS as chairman The program opened with a double male quartet Clarcne Oddcn sang a group of songs Car lyle Lyng a tenor solo Prof Od rin Hagen and Carlyle Lyng a ten or duet Thora Boman played a piano solo Erving Tsveeten read an original poem Stephen Field read l the class will written by himself as sisted by Gerrish Severson a group sang an original oneact i1 Twenty From Now The l program closed with a talk by Fern Sigrnond and the singing of the col lege song by the class STEEL ORDERED FOR WAREHOUSE Construction of Sugar Plant Building at Belmond to Start CLARION May steel for a new sugar warehouse at the Ajnerican Beet Sugar com pany plant in Belmond has been or dered and construction work will start in a few days The new ware house to replace the one destroyed by fire last December will be much larger and will have a storage ca pacity of 125000 bags of sugar About 60 men are now employed at tho sugar plant and as soon as the new building is under way a number of additional men will be given work Local labor is employed insofar as possible Another improvement to be made at the plant is the addition of a new beet piler This will be used during the autumn beet campaign to pile the beets as they come to the fac tory After the bins are filled beets will be piled on the ground the ncv piler enabling the company to pili them 20 to 25 feet high Storing thf beets in one long high pile insteaii of many smaller ones will save t Ed Dunn Mason City Addresses Annual St Ansgar Club Banquet ST ANSGAR May an nual banquet of the St Ansgar Community club was held at the Klindt hotel in St Ansgar last eve ning The speaker of the evening was Ed Dunn of Mason City The chairman of the entertainment com mittee of the club is Dr R A Cul bertson R C Hueller is the presi dent and Robert Closs secretary Will Uoslore Old Mill MANKATO Minn May 22 An old mill which in recent years has received bdt passing glances from residents in this vicinity will again come into its own this tirue as a historic landmark as the re sult of a program of restoration planned by the Blue Earth county Historical society CHILDREN WHO ARE UNDERWEIGHT NEED large loss from decay weather conditions due Wright County Buys Kxcaviitor CLARION May Wrigp county board of supervisors hav purhased a huge Russell excavao at a cost of for vise on the county roads Used in 184 Hospitals and Institutions DAMONIGOU CO A New Plain v The Silver Spring Zepher Gingham THE COLORS ARE ROILED THEY CANT BE BOILED OUT THE GUARANTEE We will pay for the cost of material and cost of making if any article made from this cloth fades for any reason whatever The colors are fast to lon and strenuous wear repeated laundering hoiling sunlight and perspiration The uses for whichthese fabrics nre used include childrens dresses ladies dresses bedspreads drapery etc This fabric is 36 inches wide There are 25 leading popular shades in stock in this cloth in our wash goods section This quality cloth usually sells around OOc to 5c a jnrd Our pricn for this splendid fa ric Its Fun to Make a with our fascinating new fabrics and a iUcCal Printed Pattern Choose one of our gay new flow ered prints or a plain silk1 in one of the new pastels that look so smart with sunburn Lay a Mc Call Pattern on it Cut briskly through the firm blue cuttingline Put it together accordingto the printed directions on the pattern Its the recipe for having a smart lots of fun making It MiCull Printed Nos 5G75 and SEDAN DE LUJO S9S5 f n b factory special equipment extra sfDAR atNorthwbocl Elects New Officers NORTHWOOD May 22The lo cal chapter of the Daughters of Ihn American Revolution held its annual election of officers at the country home of Mrs Lewis Lintcr at which fine the following were selected for terms of two years Vice Miss Esther Webb corresponding secretary Miss Eva Keller histor jan Mlas Marjorie Webb auditor Mrs O J TurbfiU custodian Mrs sss I E E KeniKon Mrs C K Dwcllc regent installed the newly elected officers No other elections were made at this meeting as this remain I ng officers hold over until 1030 Re ss I freshmcnln were served following I the business session nn Iwice across the continent r ree Thousands of miles of De Soto Six motoring at no cost BERT WINTERS PROP s 23 W State St Phone 196 Auxiliafy of Humboldt County Holds Meeting HUMBOLDT May units of the Legion Auxiliary of Hum boldt county held their annual ses sion Monday at Livermore Plans were discussed for the creating of D fund to be used as expenses for county officers The election of offi cers resulted in tho reelection of Mrs R L Turner of Ronwick as county chairman and Mrs Zim merman of Ren wick an secretary treasurer Mrs Frances MlllRlt iif Livermore tenth district committed woman of the Lekion Auxiliary was the speaker Why pay more for a car than it costs to get just what you want Paying SI000 for a car typical of that price field wiil not give you any more in prestige in beauty in performance in comfort in riding case in dependability and in econ omy than DC Soto Six gives for less In fact all com parisons are in favor of De Soto Make these contrasts yourself Drive a De Soto Six Then try out a car in the class If you arc like ihc other thousands and thou sands of motorists who have made this study of values you will write a check for considerably less than you had expected to pay and will get considerably more than you had expected to get Youll lose no lime adding your name to the rapidly increasing list of DC Soto owners The money you thus save you can use in running your newDcSoto Six At the average price of gas and oil DC Sotos saving of about will he a gift to you of mileageequivnlent to n luxurious trip twice across tho continent free of charge in one of thesmartest and most zcstful sixes built today DC Soto Six is Chryslerbuilt n fashionable beautiful car you wlif be proud to own in any company Then why pay more than DC Sotoi moderate cost Ihonc us for a trial without obligation Jaeton Roadster EsftanoL Sedan Cache Cupc Business 845 845 84S Sedan Cupe tie Lujn Sedan dr Litjo All prices 5SS5 895 955 factory and up at the factory PHONE 766 ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF POSTOFFICE ;