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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 7, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON GITY GLOBfcGAZfeTTE FRIDAY DEC Clear Lake Churches GOSPEL Sunday school at 10 oclock Mirtoe at 11 oclock Evening service at meeting every Wednesday at BETHUEHEM LUTHERAN I The Rev S M Slenby Factor Sunday whool at 10 oolocjt Prayer meeting Thursday oclock Sunday school at CI for worship at llrtO oclock chorus choir will stag A eoMIal Invitation Is extended to all to wor here ST PATRICKS CATHOLIC father J t Baccl Sunday services as follows Mass at 10 oclock Catechism and class of Instruction for children and at 11 oclock CONGREGATIONAL The W B Milne Pastor school Morning Worship subject The Vision of a Great Congo clUb Tfou are invited to meet and Troranip us CHURCH OF CHRiST t 6 6 F Hall C W Hicks Minister Bible school at 10 oclock Mrs O T Batthat superintendent in charge CiorntaUnloit ahd preaching at CLEAR LAKE GLOBEGAZETTE Office Phone No 239 I LEE I uiine irnone iNo Telephone NO KATHRYN McGOWAN Editor Residence Telephone No 434 11 oclock Sermon Finder Prints of the Texl Acts METHODIST The RetJ Paslor Sunday school at 10 a m Morning worship at HtOO theme Js the Church Epworth league at p m Evening worship at theme Tomi Bible study Thursday evening at 7tlO The public Is invited to all of these services The Ladles Aid will hold the annual bazar and supper church par lors Tuesday afternoon Fancy work and the usual Christmas articles VUl be on sale CHURCH OP CHRIST SCIENTIST North East Street Sunday school at 10 Sunday services at 11 oclock subject Qod the Only Cause arid Wednesday services at 8 p m Reading room in church Wednesday and Saturday afternoons from 2 to 6 Undeveloped peoples are those to whom the white man has not yet glv en pants aha Inn Little Green Capsules Bring Freedom From Rhuematic Pains and Agony Hitxtable Drug Co Offers Day Trial oh Money Back Basis Men and TVoriieh Who were bent nearly Joints TVtsire Bwdileh and Very was Just oho continuous torturing trial haVe watched with wbh j der their return to physclal fitness felt the felbrlous relief of a body t from aches and Jpaths siinpi by putting their faith llttlegreen capsule known from coast to coast as Ailerirhu Number 2 These little green capsUlss go after the swelling and thS pain m the rtght knockout way Onetiny bapsule each hour for the first 10 Hours then continue as directed uhtl every littletwinge aha every bit ot tenderness is gone Just ask for Allenrhii Number Substitutes and imitations may bs of fered you but remember its Ihe little green capsule that is turning the trick aid bringing joy to thousands of Rheumatic sufferers so insist on Allertrhu No 2 THE IDEAL FUEL FOB SJEALFUBL KCONOSIY SPJEClAL Blue Banner Lump gii eatM from the best Eastern Ton Coal Plume Third Annual Football Banquet Is Huge Success Armsbury Named Captain ARTHUR DALE ARMSBURT pLEAtt LAKE Dec Arhisburjy as lie is krtbwit to his clusBitiutfg is pictured here cttpfalu oi the 1929 Lions football cam His tjlection toek place Monday evening but was kept secret until tile banquet Thurs iliiy nighf lie lias been out fop Work ihree suc cessive years and lias displayed unusual improvement each sea son Ho plnys the guard posi tion CLEAR LAKE LOCALS Daniels in Hot News iit Park Theater tonight Emil Jannlnss to The Patriot Sunday and Monday Frank Essllhger AHeh vlstted with nia Dtothir B EsBUnger Thurs day N Austin mp trom MarsBalltown wli6ie he visited friendsseveral days ife ex pects to go to FonSa Friday for a visit with his hrbther MENU the Maytag Kas appointed Frij In Mason City een W ANNOUNCE with pleas ure the appointment of the Walton Maytag Company as Frigidaire dealer in Mason City Ton are cordially invited to visit their showroorri and See the lat est Frigidaire models Take your family and friends along Look over the New Frigid aire which is so incredibly quiet in operation that you dont hear it start stop or run Note too the New Frigidaire mech anism of surplus power the cab inets of rich beauty the many new convenience that lighten work in the kitchen And see the New Frigidaire mechanical units for in stallation in household iceboxes the Frigidaire equipment for more than a hundred types of commercial use Study Frigidaire and its operation Find out about the model best suited to your particular needs Learn how little it costs and how easily you can buy it for a small deposit on General Motors liberal monthly terms FRIGIDAIRE CORPORATION MOINES SALES BRANCH FRIGIDAIRE PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS Silver Football Presented Conference Champions by Belmond Man CLEAR LAKE Dec With Dale bury guard of the Clear Lake fobtball squad an ttouinCed suc ceed Jim Anderson and Henry Volstead proclaimed the most loyal f two se crets f utmost importance to Lake fandpM Were announced the third aiv iiual banquet honoring the Lioiis Thursday fore the lake fandom as the cJbslne number on progratn His talk was dever from the start and made a hit He explained hla vetslori of the term football coach of several years ago as a person havinga stature that would rival an AftoHo looks that only Ixm Chaney could covet arid a vocab to that of n defeated Ma spn City football squad j Now when an athletic piles tor a position he must have world knowledge such as Herbert Hoover diplomacy of Henry Clay coaching ability of Knute Rocktie ahd speaking ability of Al Smith he said Mr Bra ham said ho realized hte situation here as a tough one that 5s to fill the va eancy by HiSrold Plsher but thri the hearty cdoperatioh of townspeopi anil others who too understood th position the whole season had beei made easier for him Ho gave muc credit to his three assistants Harolc West W Evans and t j Amid cheers hand clappings the and Respond ed to the honor best6we3 oh thenv As most loyal fan votes cast for Mr were almost unanimous due to the fact that he has only missed game in three A football tsed in the Lake clash theh autographed was given him as his aWard E B Stillman attorney presided as toaatmaster The dinner wai erved at 7 oclock with the Pythian ilatera In chargeMore than 171 ilayers arid toolboli fans were present nd were jseated at long tables dec rated In the school colors old gold hd black Atembers at the squad ook thsilr places at thb head table vhilei loud cheers greeted them King Tinder dlrEcttdnot O Ji Kins Hong Dinner Party for Eight Teachers at CKappell Home CDEAR AJCB Dec oclock dinner party at the home o tr and ilrt E E Chappell Thurs day evening was given as a courtes for teabheiB ot their daughters Chai lotta and Greta Those who vrer guests were Bliss Eluna Brpse Mis Ettalee HayeSj Mies Dorothy Rlcl Miss Marian Miss Castelloe and Miss Alma Kucera Games and conversation was the eve entertainment OIitJB SfeEtS 3DBAR LAKJ3 Deo A C Sater And Sirs S S Hudson substi tuted fd absent of the U T B club Frtdaly afternoon Mrs TV Barloiir North East street was host SCOUTS CLOSE INDOOR COURSE Outdoor Featuresof Work Taken Up at Leaders Gathering fltih Wd lost indoor session of he scout leaders trainlfig course for district one which takes in Cairo 3otaoand Worth cpUhtleSy was held Thunsday evening Jii the Lake high school gymnastum The meeting dealt entirely with the outdoor features of tho second class re quirements o scouting the majority of the instruction consisting of hikes ana their uses how to teach the knife and axe the use of the compass prep aration for hies fire buHdingri cook Ing and tracking allof which was In charge of Patrol teaders Harry B Husselt and Milo Peterson Charles R jrurnb acting as senior patrol leader for the training course handled the activities of the evening1 and supervised the inter patrol con tcets Prof E W Lilley who la morale officer of the training course led the singing and handled the morale pe riod ofthe evening Won Patrol William Bartmess scribe colled the model announced at the end of the meeting that the Crow Patrol headed up by Hairy Susseli won the interpatrol contest and that the Cuokoo Patrol in charge of Mllo Pet erson would furnish coffee and dough nuts on tha afternoon and evening hike to be held next week S L Haynes scoutmaster of troop 18 gave a talk on Hikes and Their pointing out the psychology of hikes preparation for hikes and their uses Joel Hanes scout leader of tfodp nd a visitor during the evening to ether with S Haynes judged the majority of the contests durlns the ohrss ottlie The sixth and last session for dtes rlct ones training course will be held the fbrni dC an afternoon and eve ning hike next Thursday afternoon The men will leave the Central school building at 2 p m sharp To Ook Own Supper The outdoor hike will deal entirely second class outdoor material such as fire building types of fires second class cooking test scouts pacft and tracking Eafih man will cook his own supper and the hike will close around It to believed that It will be well at tertded The officers composed of experi men in every case state that the four district training courses have been in the majority an unusual success All four districts1will conduct their hikes next week which will of ficiaily close four elementary train ing courses for new scout leaders and troop committeemen and moss graduation banquet for the entire group Is being contemplated at which the men will receive their certificates from the national department of edu cation Boy Scouts of America For Colds Insulation Burns off Electric Wires Near MayBell Cottage CliEAR LAKE Dec A small fire believed to have been caused by a short circuit ill thei electric ivirine near MayBell cottage j West North street was reason for the fire de partment making a run Thursday eve hing Aitho there was no ftlaze when Surdette Bailey at tlley piano The Rev Tffr B Milne save the ad dress of welcqfte He spoke tofiovr ng the Boys fcf lour years and espe cially stressed how townspeople backing them had aided a great deal in putting the team HB also gave credit Lions club for put Ing difear Lake bn map as a foot Salt three things are essentia In making 5 winning team the boys a good Sikch and backing by the lib concludes Keller Gives Response Supt D Jv Kelley gave the response ahd thanked tha ot Clfear1 Lake foe their loyal support thrUoutthe sea son Speaking pJ inferiority and sUl periorlty complexes ho compared fail ures of some football quads beoauM ot former He commended the Lions cluBs as an uptodate and live organization and said Ik must feel the thrill of success tor their hav6 achlevef victbry Sports at Clear Lake has knitted the people togeWier ana we are happy and he closed Hi C WlUiams BelmbniJ secretary of the North Iowa pre sented the Beautiful silver football to the school He Bald have won It you are entitled to It and I am proud to present ExCaptain Speaks Capt Jim Anderson then tdld bi the tough seasori brbt to a close liere Thanksgiving day The record of the past two years had to be iip held he said with it new team Much sacrifice was given by members of sciiiad In making thia year success He presehted the auto graphed ball to Mi Volsted In behalf of the squad Dr L Melfessel professor of psy 3ology of tho athletic department at he Urtlvefsllsr of ioVva whij auusti Assistant cbach unable to be present due to a confer ence compared the game of football vith the game of life The problem of uncertainty whether for 6r against n a gams Js what makes It worth while A fjimble talght Be the cause of a victory He suggestedaddlh football to the road sign boards ad vertising the resort city The mental condition oC a team Is as important as the1 physical condl Ha cbntlhueQ ToUr coach has a ot to do In getting1 up the morale o your team That will carry them along farther In success than any oth er factor It is the score that counts n fobtball so It Irt He cdn gratulatSa the townspeople for the support Officials Praise Don Gilbert and Dick Rotaey off at honie games this season spok oh the good sportmanshlp of th eam Wayne Juflyj mahual trainln inatructBr then announced the hew caplaln Foolball is Dennis Myers guard on the University of Iowa too ball squad told tho squad its real dogfight if you take all yoof op ponenla have got and cant return II than you are licked but Jf you at still able to give back after the othe teara has gltfen All they have youre a champion Tou cant relax In a fodt ball game If you do at that tlmo th others lake advantage and Coach Graluni Henri An caily win established confident and I oongiatulale you boyaV Is from Algona and a letterman fccrliredi several feet ot insulation was mirned from thewlres No other damage was discovered Lowell Fofbes left Friday morning for Des Moines on a business trip He intendi to return to Mason Friday evening LOCATION Horace Si fceemef D D S SPECIALIST Extraction of Teeth Over j C Penney Company How matiy people you know end their colds with Bayer Aspirin And how oftefl youve heard of its prompt felief of sbfe throat or tonsilitis No wonder rnillions take it for colds neuralgia 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