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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                I 1 TWO Died in Minneapolis LAKE MILLS Jan John lilnden of this place has just received ivordtelling of the death of her moth T Mrs Anna Brusley She had MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY JAN been making her home at Minneapolis with her daughter Mrs Fred B Lent G253 Chowen avenue south and died lato Sunday She is survived by seven daughters and two sons C V h 00 bi Se A Ti Pt dc HI t W Cl K Bl rt si h h w ti SI P b 3C t i i C 5 S S r C I 1 n i 1 MASON CITYS FINEST STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS Many People are Saving at Patterns OVERCOAT CLEARANCE SALE Yalues to now Values to now Values to 50 now Values to nou 19 PAITON BROTHERS a dollar does J a 13 dollar SOUTH does if s FEDERAL AVE Three Masonic Lodges at Eagle Grove Install Fort Dodge Man Speaks EAGLE GROVE Jan tion of officers in the three Masonic lodges was held on Tuesday evening Jan 15 as follows Bower Lodge No Master W p Allen Senior Warden w B Porter Junior Warden M C Uhr Treasurer O G Russell Blue J D C R Chow S S Dr H G RIley J s E H PaJne Ty er W P rnael Installing Officer Charles Wlest Marshal John Mo BonaJd Eagle Grove Chapter No Priest C E Mlddleton King Charles Kastler Scribe G A Hlnkley Treas urer Matt Armbruster Secretary Ben 3orwey Captain of Host John Mc Donald Principal Sojourner Sam Mlddleton R A C John S Paine Vaster of 3d Veil w A Humphreys Master of 3d Veil C F Carder Mas er of 1st Veil C R Crow Sentinel V P Insel Installing officers J D Theblay and G E Correll Marshal John McDonald Mellna Master S H Williamson Deputy Illustrious I Master Charles Hastier p C of W Ben Borwey Treasurer Matt Arm bruster Recorder John McDonald Captain of Guard J D Thebiay Stew ard W A Humphreys Sentinel Wil liam P Insel Installing Officer Sam Mlddleton Marshal C A Wlest At the conclusion of the work refresh ments were served The Rev fa Tompklns pastor of the Methodist church of Fort Dodge was present and gave an interesting address VENTURA SCHOOL ORATORS APPEAR Audrey Milhouse Charlotte Skene and Betty Gout Are VENTURA Jan On Tuesday evening the first declamatory contest of 1929 in the Ventura school auditor ium was held In tha oratorical de partment there wera three A Dog RENDER SON VILLE N C Possibly this Is where bulldog hooch got Its name Two watchdogs were confiscated by federal raiders as ma terial on hand for Illegal manufacture of liquor Auto Runs 59 Miles on Gallon of Gas Automobile engineers who worked for years In an effort to reduce gaso line consumption have found the solu tion in a marvelous Invention that fits all cars An actual test made by one ot tha engineers showed GO miles on a gallon of gas Thousands of car owners have already Installed this new Invention They not only report amaz ing gas savings but are also sur prised to find quicker pickup Instant starting smoother running motors and disappearance of carbon E Oliver 3991512 W Third St Milwaukee Wis for a limited time Is offering a free device to those who will help In troduce it They also need men every where to make over J100 weekly In ihelr own territory taking care of local business Write him at once for free sample and bis money making offer Cecil Anderson Audrey Milhouse and Wilber Ivergaard The iudgea gave Audrey Mllhouse first place with the selection Lincoln a Man Called of Cod Cecil Anderson received second prtace with the selection Cal to Arms In the dramatic department there were five speakers Irene Boomhower 3dith Lovic Frances Putnam Loraine Rlchey nd Chrlotta Skene Char otte Skene received first with the selection tha Fall of Babylon and Irena Boomhower with the selection Thou Shalt Not Kill received second place In the humorous department there were three contestants Bernlce Brouwer Juanlta Eelller and Betty Goist who received first place with the selection Junior and Bernlce Brou wer with tho selection Xcuse me re ceived second place Music filled tha time between th departments Miss Lola Gill gave clarinet aolo accompanied by Mr Hlrber on the piano Mrs Mut save one of her lovely voca solos a companled by Miss Bert Anita Sken and Mrs Hazel Huber filled ths tlm with saxaphone and piano whlla th Judges were making their decisions The Judges were Miss Blanch Cu ren of Garner Iowa and Mr and Mr Rank In of Crystal Lake Iowa Pioneer Woman of Kanawha Succumb KANAWHA Jan Olen Amble OlEon 88 died at her home o the old homestead three miles east o Kanawha where she had lived fo more than 50 years Her husband Andrew Olson passe away 19 years ago She left five son and one daughter a number ot grant children and great grandchildren Her sons are Ole A of Altkln Minn Anton of Belmond township John an Ed at home and Benton of Kanawha Her daughter Is Mrs Mom Oustad o a farm adjacent to the Olson farm Mrs Olson was a member of th Lutheran church Funeral service wilt be held Thursday Tha Rev Hr Guldset of Belmond the Rev H C Holm of Eagle Grove will off elate Burial wilt be at the St Ola cemetery and the service will be he St Olafa church Lucky is a marvelous pal the toasted flavor overcomes a craving for foods which add weight Reach far a Luck instead of a tweet George M Cohan America Stage Favorite George M Cohan Suge Favorite NO longer need a trim slender figure be your envy No longer need you face the rigid requirements of harsh dieting methods Overweight us banished when you banish fatten ing sweets and eating between meals and light a 3ucky Reach for a Lucky instead of a sweet 20679 physicians have confirmed the fact that Lucky Strike is less irritating to the throat than other cigarettes These professional men realize the value of toasting the secret process that elim inates impurities and irritants Lucky Strike is a delightful blend of the worlds finesttobaccos And touting develops a flavor which is a delight ful alternative for fattening sweets Many prominent athletes testify that Luckfes steady their nerves and do not harm their physical conditionMenhave long known this and practic ed it successfully These are the men who watch their health who keep trim and fit realizing the of overweight And now women may en joy a companionable smoke with their husbands and the same time slenderizing in a sensible manner Thats why folks say Its good to smoke Luckies A reasonable proportion of sugar in the diet is recommended but the authorities are over whelming that too many fattening sweets are harmful and that too many such are eaten by the American people So for moderations sake we REACH FOR A LUCKY INSTEAD OF A Its toasted No Throat IrritationNo Cough Coort to COOMvadloluritvp every Saturda O William Andrew Staggs Eagle Grove Physician Drops Dead in His Home ESTHERVILLE Jan services for Dr William Andrew Staggs who dropped dead on enter ing his home Monday noon were held here Wednesday Dr Staggs waa an eye ear nose and throat specialist here for 25 years and was well known In medical circles Death came suddenly as a result of a heart attack He was 64 years of age Ha had attended the Rush Medi eal school the Hahnemen Medical col ega and the ChlcagU Eye Ear Nose and Throat college He s survived by four sons George William Hugh of Esthervllle am Frank of Oakland Cal and four daughters Mary Zetta Wllmo of Esthervllle and Mrs W E Rcislnger of Farmlngton Minn Dr Staggs was born on a farm near DeWitt Iowa Jan 7 1865 He had practiced some In Wavcrly and Gala mus Joice Farmers Trust Bank Issues Dividends to Its Stockholders JOICE Jan Farmers Trust and Savings bank of Joice has just issued 8 per cent dividend checks to all its stockholders The bank la now In charge of O K Storre presi dent while S R Torgerson cashier Is attending the Iowa legislature at Des Molnes as Worth countys repre sentative Might we suggest that after giving Bolivia a drink of Paraguay tea they would be willing to make peace at any Daily Gazette Land Value Boosted for Levy in Emmet ESTHERVILLE Jan sors in Emmet county started work Monday to assess a total of 5tiS62 in taxes Land values will be Increased to an average assessable value of Instead of JS6 which was used last year as a basis According to County Auditor Dorothy Klopp a total of f292S6T will be expended on schoote here this year and road building will cost from burning to the ground The origin of the fire was a defective chim ney Tho temperature which was around 15 degrees below zero ham pered tha fire fighters somewhat The farm is occupied by Mr and Mrs Ed Balk Workmen in Contempt BRATTLEBORO warn ing from a pa in maclad judge did not Impress workmen who arrived early lay a sewer cross the Judges land Xoiv the Judge is suing town officials Waucoma Farm House Damaged by Flames WAUCOMA Jan house on the farm owned by Charlea and Ace Webster was damaged by flro Tues day The interior was ruined but tho local fire department kept the house Grows Hair With Mineral Food Scientists have found that baldness and other hair trouble comes from lack of certain mineral Ingredients that the uiman hair 1equlres Mineral ele ments obtained from Mother Earth supply the necessary substances In the blood stream that grow hair says P A Thomas 2282 American Fore Bids Chicago the Worlds lending hair spe I lalfst with 45 treatment officesln the J S and Canada He further stales hat hair roots never die and that in i ha majority of cases of fallinghalrj nd baldness a growth of new hair an be had He will gladly without ostexplain his simple method of ex1 ernal application and selection oti ood minerals to those Interested In estorlng their hair Write him to ay Young Men Wanted For Survey Work A national organization now conducting a survey of Mason City require the serv ices of ten young men who can do from five to ten hours work a day No selling or soliciting You are paid cash for each call Those with mechani cal turn of mind or with engineering education preferred Young men ing at Junior College or Hamilton College of Commerce should investigate Perma nent positions for a few men offered at the end of survey work Start working Monday morning January ijlSU Three references required Apply at 722 S Federal Ave from to P M Saturday Jan 19 BETTER FURNITURE furniture Ask yourself this question Why arent we using our credit more Your just behind the times and losing a great deal if you dont use it more Come in and let us talk this matter over It is edsy to have the comforts of a nice well furnished home at only a little each week or month FOR LESS VMJL Yes your credit is good at Chapmans and in many ways you are losing the comfort you are entitled to in your home by not buying those things in the furni ture line you want just because not have the cash Saturday Is Last Day of 2 CARLOAD SALE Li Upholstered Compare Quality and Prices Listed Below Davenport and Wing Chair Jacquard Velour Cover Reverse Cushions Davenport and Wing Chair Wool Mohair Cover Reverse Cushions Bed Davenport Coil bed construction and mattress Cover best Jac Velour cushions Pull Up Chairs Newest of 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