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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS TAKE POUR LIWSDURING DAVENPORT MAN TO BE TRIED IN DISTRICT COURT Car Strikes Janitor Driver 7 Held on Placed at By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS f Four persons were killed in Iowa the weekend as the result of automobile accidents i Miss Mary Fox 50 an employe at Iowa State college died In an Ames hospital a few hours after she was knocked down by a motorcycle de livery truck Fred Richter truck driversaid she ranin front of hirri n an effort to board a passenger bus Funeral services will be held in Boone i KinneyDe Ford 47 bachelor ofnear Grandview was killed near Waoello when an automobile driven by Dr Anatote Kolodny of Marshall town ran Into a cart and horse he was driving Dr Kolodny said he eonld not see De Ford because of the blinding lights of another cah Injuries received Jn a collision near Pocahontaa with a truck were fatal to Carl Olson 35 Emmets bunr in a hospital here The driver of the truck did not stop after the Nashua Veteran Received Army Discharge in South in Opened Grocery Store iri Houston Later Moved to Iowa EDITORS NOTE Tola an other of a aeries of sketches on the veterans of the Civil war now living In North Iowa An attempt is being made to pub llsh the stories In about the or der that they are received by the GlobeGazette Pictures and of any veterans la North Iowa from out will be appreciated NASHUA Nov Pe terson was born at Bondhead a small harbor on the west bank of Ontario Can Nov 22 1840 of American parentage his father be ing a native of Rhode Island and his mother of Vermont In 1850 he came with his parents to Illinois After he was discharged at Hou ston Texas he remained there a few years working In a grocery store for the first two years after which he opened up a grocery store Soon afterwards there wasu ter rible epidemic of yellow fever and while hundreds of persons died he ear aped the disease From Texas he returned to hlj former home In Dllnoia and In 1S75 HERE AND THERE Items From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in NorthIowa and Minnesota V i i SOLOMON PETERSON ne cane to Nashua and he has al I accident ICdvpsro i CMJLU nci unts apartment house Janitor was killed ways Uved here with the exception When he was struck down by an of four spent in Chicago lie automobile John Carr held under Ms home with his niece Mrt 12000 bonds as the driver faces Ray Shufelt In the summer and possible prosecution for aliegedlvf generally spends his winters at the misleadingpolice who claim he told Soldiers Home at MarahaUtown them another machine hit Ewing I made trips to He was arrested when his car was coastMr Peterson was married 28 found near the scene of the accident yearsago to Miss Mary Moine who damaged and spattered with blood del a few years ago Lawler Man Dies After Long Illness Lived in Community Entire Life LAWLER Nov Hurd 35 died at his home north of Law ler Tuesday His health has Infirm tha past year Mr Hurd had lived near Lawler from boyhood having established numerous friends In thisvicinltv The funeral was held In Reilly Ridge Catholic church Thursday Burial was made In the adjoining cemetery Buried at Kendallvllle CRESCO Nov Matilda Barnes 71 died at her home In KendalMlle seven miles northeast of Cresco Tuesday and burial was at Kendallvllle cemetery Thursday afternoon The Rev V N Weed pastor of the Methodist church offl dried IRockfordGirl to Be Violinist in Student Symphonic Orchestra ROCKFORD Nov Mil dred Luce daughter of the Rev and Mrs C E Luce haa been selected to play the violin in student sym phony orchestra of the Cincinnati Copservatore of music This orchestra is under the direc tion of Vladimir Bakalelnlkof f who Is assistant director of the Cincin nati Symphony orchetra The student orchestra broadcasts on Sunday afternoon from 3 to 4 oclock over station WLTV LAKE MILLS TO SERVE BANQUET Businessmen Planning Meet ing to Promote Interest LAKE MILLS Nov 4 GOES TO CALIFORNIA and Mrs B F Croae leavehere in a few diya for Los Angeles where she spend some time with hsr daughter Luclle Mr Grose will go to Washington to resume his duties when congress con venes Sterling No 1 N Federal Phone 16001601 HwPctftd Sterling No 2 8J2 8 Penn Phone 807 Store OneHalf Block Long Vtoltttta intereatlnr store It will be a treat for you TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THTHISDAY CLEAR LAKE BUTTER Ib 48c targe caa 12c Hominy lOc forSalad Hweet Uorn can lOc Tomatoes can lOc Van Campg Fork nod Beans Bnrapldn ijan 10c Red Kidney 15c Van Camps Spaghetti lOc NBC PEAK COOKIES Ib 25c I Ibs Apricots pound Oranges Mfod size 2 dozen ChlU 2 Ibe large Ib Oranges Fair size dozen Bulk Maca ronl 3 Ibs 25c Rice fancy S Ibg Oranges large alze QC COLORED GLASS MIXING BOWLS 15c DISTRICT COURT TO OPEN NOV 5 Wianebago County Docket Is Distributed By County Clerk FORE3T CTTT Nov Lyng derk of court ia distributing fhe bar docket for the November term of which Will convene Monday with Judge Joseph J Clark presii t There are seven criminal caws on the docket as followsState of Iowav Melvin Bakken Indictment State versus RandaU dlctment State versus A O Chose Indictment State versus Carlf ritz IndictmeBt State versus Hold Brones indictmentN State versus Will Tulp indictment State versus Carl Brackey held to answer There are 17 cases marked for trial of which 10 are law four eqxtt ty two probate and one appeal The term will last for three weeks if necessary and the petit jury id called for Tuesday Nov 12 The grand jury will convene Tuesday JNov 5 Sliced Bacon Ib 35c Apples fancy IbB 25c PeerleM Pancake Back Bacon J r pound C Apples Cooking Ibg Maple Syrup Ijuge OP bottle LtDC Deckera pure lowana Lard Ib iifC Honey Comb 15c Imitation VanlUa rtj bottle CRANBERRIES Fancy Ib 20c Hard Mixed Candy Ib 19c Mixed Candy Ib 15c English WalnuU New stock pound Meats r Ib 59c BrazUi Note Ib Bordeaux 75c 100 Lbs 100 Lbs CaneJ602 COLD MEDAL FLOUR 49 MR FARMER EGGS 47c y Brlor your eggn cash or yoorefgs buy your gro ceries and work clothesin our departmentImported Cod Liver CM for chickens hogs cows and cattle gallon 1178 USB PARKING PLACE BACK n mftfijuti mrtflni jjAfq n for the evening of Nov 8 The purposetwil be jto promote better business condl tlons In LakeMills All emplpyer are being urged to have their em ployeesin attendance The meeting Is to be held in the dlningr room of the Arlington hote starting at 6 30 oclock p mA dIn wilL be served business session No plate charge is being made as the Commercial club directors moved to pay the entire cost of the event A R Nelson haa been appointed chairman of thef program commit tee Arrangements been made to have George E Bagan of Albert Lea Minn business expertpresent at the meeting to give the main ad dress of the evening He will spent the entire day of Nov 8 In Lake Mills visiting the various business houses making a survey of condi tions such as he finds them aqd will then report on his findings la the evening HER MOTHER Q RoalIen i of Minn is a visit with her mother Mrs who been qufetr poorly of late but is SOrae better at this time f GO TO OMAHA O V Huse the Methodists church and the Rev W H district super intendent of district have left for Omhha where they at tend a meeting of the Omaha area council which the states ot Iowa and Nebraska V VISIT IN PLYMOUTH and Mra1 Clinton Behnke of Ames ara here visiting Mrs father Ike his eightieth year The Bhnke faVnlly lofmerly lived in Plj iriouth I FARM BUREAU ELECTS Boone farm bureau officers were elected for the cominsr year at a banquet FrlSay evening The officers are John Chambers president vice president Mrs Hunslayr secretary treasurer Mrs May Ldps and flirectoriWilliam Hall The laflleq aid who served the ban TOUR IN 3 STATES ar4Mrji G O Helnselman havei returned rrom a Kentucky Wisconsin and Illinois RETURNS has re turned horns from Rochester He haa been In the hospital several weeks recovering from an op oration GO TO IHETON and Mrs A N Jorford have left to spend a few days visitingtheir daguhter Mies Neva at Sibley and their son Lyle and family1 at Ireton VISIT IN GOODELL Corey and two sons from Des Molnes came Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs L G Mar chant over Sunday SPEND FEW DATS and Mrs W Searle of Kansas City Mo are spendinga fcjr days with tho H L Searle ffimily here VISIT WITH RELATIVES and Mrs Irish and Mr and Mrs R D Flerstlne ot tHopktnton visited the last of the week Heath ana Lougenbacker homes WILL ENTER HOSPITALS and Mrs Duesenberer have left Rockford after selling heir farm implements and stored their household goods They T7III spend a few days with relatives at Relnbeck then Mrs Duesenbqrgwill ehterthehosplfal at IowaCity while Vtr Iuesenbcrg will become a va lenl at the sanitariumlatJOakdalei MAKE TROFIT ROCK was a Jarge attendance at the chicken pie supper prepared by the Royal Neighbors Fri day evening The proceeds Irom the supper arid sale oC articles in the various booths amounted to WENT CITY chriatyna Callisbn Garrier and Buffalo Ccnterto Rock well City to ittend tha tenth district meeting heiIowa Federation Womens clubs BABY DAUGHTER IS BORN 10 pound daughter ar rived Thursday morning at the Owen Nichols home here She hag been named Dorothy Ann Mr Nichols Is a sslestri an forBu tier broth e re HASSHORT VACATION Nettie Arm trongvwho teaches at Shelby isen Rotarians at Forest City to Have Annual Feast orrPheasants FOREST CITY Nov pheasant open season has passed into history with a substantial re duction Inthe number of birds in county Th6 towns were full to overflowing with out of town hunters among them many knickered women even tho 22 coun ties were open at the The experienced hunters had no difficulty la bagging the limit each day pheasantdinners galore al over Forest Citytod a big party will be held next Tuesday evening Whin the tain Rotary Anns atthe an nual pheasant dinner CommunityClub Will Equip Rest Room ALGONA Nov Commun ity club has leased aTooin under the former Couityi Savings bank butldulg The room will ba fitted for a womans rest room and wlil be opened as soon as completed r Farmer Is Wounded jby Nephewv While Hunting EAQLE GROVENOV Murray a young farmer living near Badger was shotAccidentally antt jwaa takento the Hospital at Fojrt 13odge THe ziclenfel discharge qi a sgun in hands of his the cause He Is AIbrotherr Pf Mrs R W Snowof thiscity is atFort Dodge CRIME KING SHOT Rocco Magglo above Idng of racketeers m Chicagos Little Italy and reported head of a blackmail gang Is near death hi a Chicago hospital a victim of ballets of rival gangsters Two men walked Into a store he was visiting shot him and escaped HOLD REGULAR MEETING R N A circle met for their monthly meeting at their hall Friday afternoon They enter talned by Mrs J Kezab ON WAI TO CHICAGO Ella Smith has gone to Minneapolis to isit her daugh tcr before goingto Chicago tospend HAVE BIRTHD1Y PARTS EOCfC Dorothy Made line Lavetta and Geraldlne Edgar and Marvin Peterson were guests of the Svertfl at a birthday partyThursday eveninerin honor of Mr Peterson SELLS TEAM OF HORSES Garl has the year a work on the tonn shiploads and has sold his team to John Yozek HOLD MEETING will be a meeting of the West Point township Farm Bu reau at Walnut Grove school on Tues day night MOVE INTO WODEN and Mrs Van Horn of Wesley who recently purchased the George Breon home took possession HORSE IS SHOT and O Holland had a lorse badly shot by pheasant hunt ers Wednesday The men who did the deofl are unknown ARE ON WEEKS TRIP and Mrs Thomas O Carlson have left on a motor trip to Madison WIs to spend a week or more with relatives RETURNS FROM HOSPITAL Knaupp ivho un derivent an operation Oc 22 at the general hospital in Des Molnes for appendicitis was brot home Nov 3 by his father George Knaupp and his brother Elmer Knaupp RETURNS TO FORT DODGE Beoger of Port Dodge who haa been visiting at the Charley Menson home haa returned home VISITS IN STILSON Clarence HaHIn of Fort Dodge visited her brother the nev Mr Terpstra and family last Fri day and Saturday s JUNIORS PRESENT PLAY WHITTDMOREThe Juniors of the public high school are giving their Play Anna Whats Her Name on Wednesday evening in the academy auditorium COME FROM ROCKWELL CITY and Mrs W E Stojts fprmer residents of AJgona spent Saturday here Mrs Stolts visit ingfriends ana Sir Stolts went phea sant hunting The Stolts live In Rock well City VISIT IN RUDD Blanche Curran music teacher at Garner visited at the C H Carlson home later part week VISIT IN ALLISON A J Klrkpatrick and children of JeKersqn are spending the weekend visiting at the home of the formers parents Mr arid Mrs Eu gene Owen Mr Kirkpaljick will Join them here Saturday nighl t TALKS IN RURAL SCHOOL NORA Rov Daniel Reagan preached Sunday morning at tea Presbyterian church 10 miles northeast of Nora Springs supplying the Rev Mr Cramer a place while he was absent ENTERTAINS 30 SCOUTS Goftschall scoutmns tor entertained 20 ot the Boy Scouts at a Halloween party Thunrdrfy night Tho party had been planned by7 Mr Gotschall some time ago for his group of scouts but terminated In afarswel party for Roger Cross whenit later became known that he was to move to Waterloo soon Roger Is one of tho oldest patrol leade SERCORNELL party consisting of R IT abn ter Rtith Mr and Mrs Wallace Bam say Mrsp IT J tMrs H F iuJclr and made a trip to Cornell college at Mt Ver non toattend the homecoming on Sat urday Mr and Mrs Ramsay a daugh ter Ruth had a leading part in the Pjay that was to be given at home IS IN HOSPItAL and Mrs Q J Nel son haveibone toRochester Mlnni to get MrsOlsons mother Mrn Larson from Wallingford who1 underwent a absencefrpnRockwell surgicaloperationfor goiterat the hayi returned Mayo a and wilt occupy their again ahort time withthem RETURN TO NEWTON Morris Qaarder Mra Watson nddaughter Marcia frpm Kalama1 Terpstra andJbHn Terpstra all of op here visitingMr and Newton who havo been visitingSir B Mr Gaarder plans i ana LMrs RcnTernstrahaveIeltifor WHITTBMORE WOMAN James FoJey i andJosephine iJolsyihavQ sons to Omaha where they were called byi the serious Sister Mary Cecelia AgnesFoley who is a daughter of Mrs Foley She had an operation for adenoids In an Omaha hospital and suffered arelapse DICKINSONS LEAVE ALGONA and Mrs L J Dickinson Sunday for Pea Molnes where they will visit Mrs Dickinsons Gardner CowlesahdMrs F ByShore From therethey wIllSQ to Washington HOLD ANNU AL EVENT Juniors aifd seniors oj Britt high school held hare and hound hunt Thursday eve ningafter ivhichHhere was an oyster stew nerved by tKe junior Class TO SPEND WINTER Xrances Rawlings haa left for California where she spend the winter with her grandpar ents IS POSTAL CLERK Pbllpck spent the week end here with hla mother and other relativesHe Isa railway postal clerk with liealquarte rs 1 n Ce dar Rapids VISIT IN WODEN Buns of Terrll was visiting relatives here this week VISIT IN HANCOCK and bffs Sherrll Benner and daughters of Flint Mich are visiting herparents Wr and JIrs Hurley Jeffqrds and other relatives in Hancock cqurityfora couple ofAveeks JOINEDHUNTING PARTY Eva Wild and son visited of Ernest and Harve Speedy over the weekend JJhey plan to return to City on Sun day Carroll and Mr Weber Joined the pheasant huriteis OBSERVE TEMPERANCE SUNDAT NORA Rev H A Crumb pastqr ot the M E church and the Evangelical1 church preached on Prohibition to their audiences Sun day morningworlds Sun lay i HOLD RECEPTION FOREST reception Vfds held in church parlors Friday evening for the and Mra have been returned to ForestCity for the third year The prbgram consisted by EdDalton7 Sunday school superin tendent MrsGeorge Bolsingerpresi dent of the LadieaAldiandSliss Car Iie Frandson president of the Mis sionary society7 PENSION PLAN IS ORGANIZED Retired Pastors Will Be Cared for by Funds From Church FOREST CITY Nov ney L A Jenson Auditor David Skuttle and G L Koto were at Armstrong recently in attendance of themeetingcalled for the Forest CltyEsthervllle li the terest of the pension fund fortSsf clergy and their dependants Tho present plan ia Inadequate to the emergencies A new plan sponsored bythe people of the church requires pastor to pay two and onehalf per cent of his salary andthe parish1 loners to pay eight per cent ot tbe sum they contribute to the salary f ot the minister Mr Jenson was elected chairman of a committee of stx to an organization to place the matter before each individual congregation irt pirnlljf In the circuit STERLING STANDS FOB QUALITX f SUNBEAM BLOOMERS Every large proportioned woman and every woman who extra fullness know Sun beams This bloomer has the snug fitting yoke front comes in all colors and sizes It is sold the nation over at Our lingerie dept will tell you of aspecial arrangement whereby we can sell a limited number at OUR NEW BASEMENT Overtime Overalls To say Its extra heavy tripled stitched extra1 full full featured is not enough By comparing hy wearing is the way to test but compare with the better 1 You Do the Best NO e Best mm PHONE for a trial Maytag washing Experience the convenience of its many outstanding features If it i doesnt sell itself dont keep it Dejr If erred payments youIl never weeks vacation ao the boys and girls can help with the annual HAVE NEW DAUGHTER daughter has been to Mr and Mrs Paul Scanlon at he Kosauth hospital Mr Scanlon is agent for the Singer sewing machine irra ARE FORMER RESIDENTS and MrsJoe Gil berUon of Brooklyn are vlaUlng this weeltatrthe P JJOlmsteadhdme The GUbertsons formerly residents ofKensett t ON INDEFINITE VISIT Kasper hag left visit his bro ther Joe Kasper and family who Jive In Minnesota CHANGES RESIDENCE DOUGHERTY Forrett has sbld out hla restaurant fixtures and moved Into the parsonage in the west partiof towL AREPARENTS SON and Mrs Norton Ansenhua ara the parents of a baby boy Thia la their liecond child The first is a girl RETURN TO BRISTOW and Mrs B B Wellsnd who have been visiting for a couple of weeks in South Dakota and Minnesota haye returned HOLD SPECIAL sERVicfi Hey Bain bridge held abaptlslal and commun ipnservlce in the IT B church Bun day morning1 VISIT AT THORNTON Mrs Charles Piereonrof Adel are atithe Mell Bovren hpme ENTERTAIN GUESTS andMrs LeRoy Seeiey have is their house BUests Mr and lire Thomas Turney and little daughter Syvllaof Huton S Dak VISIT IN ROCK FALLS ROCK B Brown and Clarence i Baker of Strawberry Point Visited Mr 80n TR Brown and family tho last days of the open Reason for pheasantsand tried their UKSIcTat hunting JJBEET WORKERS LEAVE JOESTER Minn cars of Mex iaD beet Saturday or Texas wherefhev make CONPniMATION SERVICE HELD services were ieldrin Liberty church Sunday by the Rev Mr Oherlund ENTBRTAIN RELATIVES and Mrs Wilfred Jooney are entertaining her brother from Chicago RETURN TO ROCKWELL HFurst and flm ly have returned from the Honry Ru to Clear Lake where the uture V The Roller Ufafer Remover is Automatic in Practically Every Operation THE MAYTAG 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