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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 17, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON GITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY FEB Belmond Debaters Count oh Winning North Iowa Conference This Year BIJLMONp Feb local high school debating teams have excellent chances for carrying off the North Iowa conference debate this year Thursday both teams i clashed wltrcClear Lake high at Belmond The affirmative won and at Ctear Lake the local negative lost to Clear Lake affirjnatlve general summary of points the locafli had a score of 24 to their op ponents S3 makmg Belmond victori team having the least points winst The last team to meet i Mills which was defeated early in the first round of state Belmond affirmative team will debstfe Tamanext Thursday night negative team will debate Clarjcn is the third round oc State debate series Clarion Marine Leaves Join His Comrades gDoing Nicaragua Service ClSvRlON Feb hasjtiot bee received in Clarion that Lloyd Hutchison has left San Diego witlia detachment of marines for the trouble In Nicaragua Hutchi son Js a Clarion boy and Is on the of roster of the Fiftyfifth coin pang of the newly formed Eleventn regiment which was recently as to duty in the Central Ameri canliepublic He writes that approxi mately 40 U S marines from lova left San Diego for duty either in Chins or Nicaragua during January S Mtf Herbert Hoover was formerly Misi Lou Hemy of Waterloo which win the caucuses there for the tate convention for the Quaker j City Press CLEAR LAKE GLOBEGAZETTE t Of f ice Phone No 239 KATHKYN McGOWAN Editor Residence Telephone No 434 LEE DeWIGGINS Mauaycr Residence Telephone No 67 LAKE DEBATERS ARE ELIMINATED Belmond Team Downs Lake Affirmative Defeat Garner Here CLEAR LAKE Feb Clear Lake high school debating affirmative team succeeded in downing the Gar ner arguers in a meet held in the high school auditorium at 3 oclock Thursday afternoon Miss Josephine Barlow and Lester Larsbn represented thelakers in the question Hesolved That There Shall Be a Federal De partment of Education Established With a Representative Jn the Presi dents the negative team suffered a defeat at the hands of Belmona arguers at Belmond Park Rinard and Arnold Moelier ac companied by their instructor Miss Adele Schwarz drove to Bolmond Thursday where the debaters clashed in the high school auditorium Supt Katon Clarion schools acted as judge In the outoftown contest while G L Crosen Mason City judged the Clear LakeGarner debate The defeat by Belmond eliminates Lake high school as being represented in the North Iowa Con ference circles debate it was stated thfa morning Attraction at Uptown Scene from The 13th costarring Bushman and Anna Q Nilsson at the Uptown Clear Lake Saturday and Sunday Question Why is emulsi fied codliver oil so very help ful in rickets Because it is more perfectly assimilated and more efficiently helps the utilize the natural lime iirfoods and milk necessary tomake strong bones Give EMUTLSION SOCIAL CALENDAR Where Else in the Whole World Will One Thin Quarter Go as Far A Full Evening of Entertainment Thaig what you get every Sat urday night at tha American Legions Oldtime Dance in the ARMORY T B bridge club with i Mrs GeorgeGrimm I Saratoga Aucitlon bridge club with Mrs J H Woodstock Clear Lake encampment I O O F dance Lions meet Forest City in basket ball game Farm Bureau meets in Lakeside church story houro In li brary W R C meets in T O O F hall club girls meet with Mrs E B Studyvin Lions basketball nquad Northwood on home floor club with Miss Mary Frost Odd Fellows Invite public to en tertainment In hall K P lodge ses sion P T A In Wgh school building B chapter holds birthday pattywith A T Sondrol i Lions luncheon at Rogers hotel Men of Congregational church JioW Ladles aid to serve supper Century club with Mrs T E Sondrol Linger Longer club Lee Crescent club meets with Mrs In land Patterson GOODWIN RITES HELD ON FRIDAY Funeral Services Conducted in Gospel Tabernacle Bur ial in Lake Cemetery CLEAR LAKE services for Ashly Goodwin 45 years old who died at his home in Talihina Feb 9 were held in the Gospel Tabernacle Friday afternoon at 2 oclock with the Rev James Miller in charge v Besides his father Pearlie Goodwin of Rockford he leaves a sister Miss Winnie Goodwin Santa Barbara and a brother Georga who re sides at Rockford 111 Burial waa made in the Clear Laka cemetery Housewarming Party Given By Friends and Neighbors for Balmats 3 CLEAR LAKE Feb 17 More than BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Feb Entre Nous bridge club met at the home of Mrs T E Sondrol South Second street this afternoon Our New Wall Paper Calcimine Remover Does the Work Quicker and Better OUR PRICES Lownsberry Craig Bros Fainting Papering and Decorating Colors and OH Phones 2910 or 30BSL See the New Ford in Action Unequaled performance factory road testing new developments in manufacturing high quality material and precision methods unknown in low priced cars Dont Fail to See These Pictures CECIL THEATRE Monday Feb 20 1928 Matinee Only See us for further information Leissring Motor Co 3 friends of and east ot stf rp rised vvv LAKE FIREMEN GIVE BANQUET Pearlie Goodwin Honored Guest of Second Annual Affair at Clarks CLEAR LAKE Feb Goodwin Hockford former cap tain of the Clear Lake fire department for more than 30 years waa the honored guest at the second annual ireflrians banquet held Jn the Clear Lake cafe Thursday evening Covers were laid for 14 guests who were a chicken dinner by H W Clark Mr Goodwin related Interesting stories of the Rockford fire depart ment and gave a short talk on his ex periences since his departure from Clear Lake four years ago George Moelier city clerk and larence Green were also guests of the group When to Be Nonchalant By CLIFFORD McBRIDB Clear s rp rsed vvvUh a1 ousewarming partyWednesday eve The evening hours were spent oclally with a program of musical umbers and readings A picnic supper was served at the lose of tha evening Mr and Mrs almat moved from their north lake hore home to tha remodeled country esidence several weeks ago Clear Lake Churches ALTRURIAN CLUB TOHAVEJUESTS Observe Guest Night at Home of R B Kennedy 32 Members Present CLEAR LAKE Feb guest night was observed by members of the Altrurian club Thursday eve ning when they entertained as their honored guests their husbands to a lovely oclock dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs Bruce Kennedy South Fourth street Sixteen club members and their hus bands including Mr and Mrs Everett Neal and Mr and Mrs Marian Hum phrey newly elected members were present The guests were seated at small tables which were cleverly decorated with candles and nut cups carried out in a color scheme of Qrchtd and shci pink the clubs colors The decorations were the gift of Mrs Frank Knut son a member who Is spending the winter months In California The evening hours were spent In playing birdge High score prize was awarded Marian Humphrey and O J King was with the consola dozen Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid Serve More Than 100 Persons at Supper CLEAR LAKE Feb than 100 persons were served the regular monthly supper In the parlors of the Zion English Lutheranchurch Thurs day Mrs Martin Holrup chairman former Lake Couple Enjoy Winter Home in California Write CLEAR LAKE Feb has een received by friends of Mr and Mrs Glenn Rubottom who formerly resided on North Second street but who moved to California in October statins that they are enjoying the warm balmy weather of the western tate Mr Rubottom was employed in 3ulck garage during their short so lourn inPasadena but now they are permanently located in Los Angeles where he is working in a Stude baker shop Mr Rubottom was em ployed in the Hinds BuicU garage dur ng their residence in Clear Lake Clarion Farmer Has Alarm Clock to Wake His Flock of Chickens CLARION Feb the busleit places in Wright county this winter is the farm of Henry Held west of Clarion where about White Leghorn chickens are warmly housed and kept In a laying mood Mr Held has arranged an alarm clock to turn on the electric lights in the chicken house at 5 a glvlnK v the hens a 12 hour day in which to eat plenty of feed and an opportunity to produce one egg1 each The hen houso was built as a large double house with lower rooms This winter the straw loft plan ol ventilation was tried and Held reports Jt as the best method yet founds The flock of chickens consist at about halt yearling hens and about half pullets which separated at all times Held ships his eggs to Mason City Fort Dodge and Des Molnes and altho the poultry business wiih him Is a side line it has proved more profitably than either hogs or cattle If youve never crossed the you cant realize how inuch people en joy sitting all day at a bridge Kovyanee StarCourier Restful Ease After Coughing result of using Foleys Honey and Tar for a dreadful cough day time and at night was a restful one for Anne Long Beach Calif The hard cough that follows bronchitis and flu is weakening and when It hangs on very debilitating Foleys Honey and Tar Compound puts a healing sooth ing coating on a rough inflamed throat and immediately eases the ir ritation that causes the hard cougljs Dependable Ask Maytag Gives Building to Salvation Army Post NEWTON Feb L Maytag local manufacturer today an nounced the gift of for the con struction of a citadel for the Salva tion Army The building is to be of twostory brick construction and is ex pected to be ready for occupancy about June 1 Mr Maytag recently presented the city of Newton with a new Y M C A building BLUE BANNER Eastern Kentucky BEST EASTERN KENTUCKY DISTRICT Famous for its cleanness low no clink ers great heat value long Egg Size same grade as above 10 PER TON WOLF COAL CO PHONE 1148 308 5TH S VV CONGREGATIONAL Rev W B Milne pastor Sunday school at 10 oclock Morning worship at 11 oclock We rill continue with the study o rayer This i3 one the moat In erestlng yet perhaps the most baf fling of all jreliglous concepts Thru rayer the friendless find friends thi Iscouraged find help and the sick and afflicted find health and happiness Congo club at oclock ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN The Rev N O Peterson pastor Sunday school at oclock Morning worship at 11 oclock Evening worship auspices of Luther league Class of conflrmants at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon CHURCH OF CHRIST I O O F hall C W Hicks minister Bible school at 10 oclock Mrs P L Pearsall superintendent in change Morning services at 11 oclock CHRISTIAN SCIENCE North East street Sunday school at 10 oclock Sunday services at 11 oclock Sub Ject Wednesday services at 8 oclock Heading room in church Wednesday and Saturday to 5 oclock GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school at 10 oclock Mornins service at 11 oclock Evening services at Prayer meeting every Wednesdaj evening at CATHOLIC Father 1 V Bacci Mass at 10 Catechism and Instruction at 11 oclock METHODIST The Rev J R Tumbleson pastor Sunday school at 10 oclock Morning services at 11 oclock A special evangelistic service will b started at this meeting and continu for two weeks The Rev W H Lease will lead in the services during the second week He will be assisted b Miss G Johnson who will have charge of the music and young peoples or of the serving committee stated this morning Table decorations Included center pieces of cut flowers and small red hatchets symbolic of Washingtons birthday at each plate COMING EVENTS On Friday night only the Uptown theater presents White star Lake Rebekahs Have Charge of Initiation on Garner Candidates CLEAR LAKE Feb hun dred Clear Lake Hebekahs attended the Initiation of five candidates of the Garner organization at Garner Thurs day evening The local initiation team and Its captain Alfred Cain had entire charge of conferring the degrees s are members of th e Clear Lake Lecturer Will Speak at on Monday CLEAR LAKE Feb at S p Jerry S Green noted lecturer n fraternallsm will speak at the Odd Fellows hall here Thepublic Is in ited to attend as there will be no charges Music will be furnished by ocal talent Treasure Stories and African Jungles to Be Related to Lake Kiddies CLEAR Feb F Walker will relate Treasure stor es to ths younger kiddles who at tend the regular Saturday morning story hour in ths public library start ing at oclock During the after noon session Mrs R B Kennedy will tell Africans Jungle stories to the ring Alice Joyce Kenneth Harlan and Walter Long Added short subjects too Saturday and Sunday evening the Uptown presents a gram The Thirteenth star ring Francis X Bushman and Anno Q Nilsson and The Air Patrol Friday and Saturday nights the Park theater has as its feature at traction another double Daredevils a Fox Films production starring Tom Mix Is i story of a Texas Ranger who kep peace with a six shooter and whose business was bagging bad men In the cast with Mix are Natal Joyce Lawford Davidson Billy Bletcher William Welsh and Harry Cording Monte Blue star of Bitter Apples now at the Park theater Is cast as a modern searover who has time to visit every port of the Seven Seas it he so wills The picture has all the tang of the sea and contains many interesting shots taken on the Pacific Bitter Apples Is a rousing melo drama and Includes in its cast Myrna Loy Paul Ellis Charles Hill Malles Sydney de Grey and Robert Bary To Brighten Your Home older group CLEAR LAKE LOCALS Dance Snt nite Rogers Hotel Floyd BriH of the Clip and Curt Beauty shop returned to Clear Lake Friday after spending the week in Minneapolis While there he pur chased a permanent waving machine Mrs Bernice liutcher will substi tue for Herman Frederickson pianist at the Part theater Friday Saturday and Sunday evenings Mrs Butcher will be remembered as pianist at the theater for several months WEATHER Taken dally at 6 a by H Mason Clear Lake Feb 17 3025 15 above Feb 17 1920 30 above Feb 17 fl27 34 above Feb 17 102S 15 above D Announce Sons Birth Feb and Mrs Jens Kjar who live west of town an the parents of n nine pound boy NOTICE In the Sterling display ad published yesterday Dubarry Face Powder was advertised at The ifem should have rend DUBARRY Rowan Pioneer Is III ROWAN Feb D Yoeman one of the earliest settlers in this cotr munity is critically ill at his horns here His daughter Mrs Walker Fairbault is fathers bedside Arthur at tier Farewell Party Held ALLISON Feb of the Eastern Star of Allison heM a farewell party at the home of and Mrs Ernest Speedy for Mr and Mrs A J Kirkpatrlck who are leav ing Friday morning with Iheir family for Jefferson where they will make their home PARK Theatre DOlBLK PROGRAM Tonight and Saturday Tom Mix as B Texas Ranger in The Daredevils The most thrilling picture of liis career and Monty Blue with Myrna Loy in Bitter Apples Action Thrills Myslery Sunday Monday Tuesday Jack Mulhall and Dorothy Muck all in Smile Brother Its funnier than the sauciest safcsnmns youve ever Jieard A First National Picture lOc and 25c Sunday Matinee COLORS fast adoption by women everywhere is not a passing fancy or a the awakingjf 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