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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1927, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY OCT M AC NIDER LAUDS PIONEER SPIRIT War Official Is Speaker at Pittsburgh Columbus Day Banquet PITTSBURG Oct for the pioneer spirit of America which was given credit for making this country what it Is opened the address of Col Hanford BtaoNlder assistant secretary of war at a Founders day banquet hold in the William Penn hotel here The spark that burned In Colum Mr MacNlder said became the tiro that qwept all Americans in to a great nation thru the hard and dangerous days of national organiza tion and battle with the mother coun tr Spirit SHU IJves spirit still animates Ameri ca It is that same pioneering spirit which blazes forth now and again In such Americans as that magnificent fcoy Lindbergh You aha I and most of us can not discover new continents nor hurl our selves across great oceans to capture the imagination of the world Our wild frontiers are gone There may seem no place for us to go forth ana do batUe for the glory of our nation In reality there Uea before everyone of us a tremendous field of endeavor no less adventurous and no less glorious It demands the test efforts of every Individual who has his at heart of your great organization and every other In this intensively organized land of that is to keep Am erica American Keeping America American does not demand the erection of obstruc tions to new ideas nor harriers to advancement in education In our standards of life In the treatment ot our fellowmen It closes no door upon changes in our constitutional govern ment proud as we have a right to be of the most successful nation bulldlns in history America Means Progress The term American has come to mean progress not only to us but to all the world America has built swift ly and built well The foundations of our national entity are secure but they must not be forgotten nor dis regarded The complications of our present day life have an increasing tendency to obstruct from our vision the great slnrble wholesome precepts which served as guides to our found ers Keeping America American can be come as inspiring an adventure for evenone of us as any recorded achievement in American history It calls for Just as much determination just as much perhaps more selfsacrifice than any glorious action which has symbolized Ameri ca in the Will Install Pastor of Belmond Church BELMOND Oct Rev Arthur Lanshalta Kansas the new minister called to St Johns Lutheran church oC this place will be installed next Sunday by the Hev Boiming of Brltt The services Jn the English lan guage will take place at a m Moves to Hurt THOMPSON Oct J Hotch kiss moved his household goods and family to Burt where he will fill the nastoral charjre and make lila home Fourteen Mason City Boy Scouts Pass Second Class Will Receive Badges at Pilot Knob Court of Honor Oct 16 Fourteen Mason City scouts ap peared before tha board of revlow at the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday evening and successfully passed the review which will entitle them to ap pear before the public Court of Hon or to bo held Sunday at Pilot Knob for their Second class and First Class badges The board of review Is for the pur pose of equalizing and standardising second class and first class examine tions Merit badge scouts are not re quired to go before the board of re view aa each merit badge is given by an expert examiner Made Up of Eight The boarjl of review last evening was made up Charles H Crumb scout leader troop 7 J H Holub scout leader troop S William ton scout leader troop 10 C B Bak er scout leader troop 11 Robert Rus sell assistant scout leader troop 13 John Robertson deputy commissioner Scout Executive J C Undorwood and Roy Redlngton assistant scout leader troop 11 This group Is changed at each board of review and la made up of the scout leaders the city The board of re view outside of Mason City Is made up of troop committees with all board of reviews requiring the same type examination from the scouts 14 Pass Tests The following scouts successfully passed the board ot review Wearies day evening and will receive their second class badges at theCourt of Honor Sunday afternoon Kenneth McLaughlin troop 4 Richard Stev ens troop 4 Roger DeLacy troop 6 Lawrence Johnson troop 7 Charming Dakln troop 8 Leland Miller troon 13 Leslie Rogers troop 16 Dexter Smith troop 16 James Stlnehart trpop 10 Stanley Brown 6 and George Loahndorf troop 11 Scouts William Swanson troop S Thayer Curry troop 13 and I3ugene Tracy troop 16 will receive first class badgea It Is expected that when the re turns from the various board of re views In the district are received that tha numbers up for second class and first class will be tjulte large Have Many Awards The scout office already has an ex ceptionally larse number of merit badge certificates for scouts who have successfully passed various merit badges Scout leaders thruout the city and county are reporting unusual Interest In the Court of Honor to bo held at Pilot Knob Sunday They report that largenumbers of parents ixnd inter ested friends of scouts expectto at tend this special session The local scout headquarters believes that If the weather is at all nce the Court of Honor will excel any ords not only locally but in the slato for numbers of visitors arid numbers of scouts up for badgea as far as the local records are concerned Forest City ecouts report that everything is readiness lor th Court of Honor mart Overcoats for Fall Distinctive New Weaves Hundreds of New Overcoats are Here to Forecast New Fall Modes for Men Dozens of Hanflsome Curly f aJeBEa customized uxiord Grey an outstanding new note in overcoats for Fall Dozens of conservative weaves are also in troduced and achieve a quiet dignified har mony so essential for business wear The fine tailoring incorporated in these coats makes them look look better longer arid up to 50 KMvelcU Another shipment of those justly fa mous Braeburn Royal They are winners Young men want Oxfords this season and they are quick to see that Braeburn Oxfords are different The University styling and the exclusive patterns are a rare combination They go in soon t Hats Shirts Ties Hose to complete the correct ensemble You Save TUFgjESSMATTRESS A Pillow Forlhe Bod ThePrjdeof Many of AmSftK Leading Hotels of Most Discriminating Homes Every Sealy packed in Individual Sanitary Carton To Purchase You have j nsl one clay move in which to buy the Work Famous Scaly Toll less at this amazingly low price tune in on It is your last chance before this sale ends The famous Scaly TuCUess is known all over the world as he finest mattress made f BROTHERS C9 9andII South Federal Avc a dot far does Us TUESDAY NIGHT to 9 EostBtn Time STATIONS WEAF WGH WQY WCAE WWJ WTI WRC WTAM and to 3 Central Time WLIB WDAF WFAA K3D KVOO thwhave a surprise M in store for you No other has ever approached its won derful comfort It is the only mattress made that NEEDS NO TUFTS Its virgin sunpure cotton is air woven by a patented Sealy process into a giant downy ball that will not grow hard lumpy or misshapen It is a Giant Pil low for the body that will give you three limes the comfort and service of ordinary mattresses Why spemLyonr money for ordinary maftresscs and endure their discom fort when yon ein buy he Genuine Scalv Tu f Hess at this low price Sealy Cotton Cotton Lnitei Foil Rcpr Senly Week Reg onlv Come en rly if ill yoiirs Inmornnv morning nmt GIANT IJATT IN EATERY SEALY These Popular Felled Mattresses of the Scaly Kamily Included in This Snlo Scaly Liriler Cotton and Staple Kelt Key Scaly Week only Luiter Cotton n nd Sin pic Cotton Iell Reg Sealy Week only Scaly Linkr Cot Ion Keg Sealy Week only I Sealy Felled Cotton Mattresses fill made with reenforced eenlci prices Prices Now at Sealy Week they arc uncqunled MASON CITY IOWA I 1
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