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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1929, Mason City, Iowa OUTDOOR PARTY FOR METHODISTS Winter Sports and Dinner at Caddy House Arranged for Church Choirs CLEAR LAKE Jan atter itoon of winter sports and outdoor exercise has been planned for mem bers Hie moraine choir and eve ning chorus of the Methodist church for Saturday according to Mrs P M Humphrey leader Tiiose wlio take part in either musical group is well as the wives and husbands of morn ins choir members have been asked to meet at the church at p m Satur day ivliore transportation will be pro vided to tho scene of winter activities the local country club Tobogganing sklins and skating will be included in the entertainment iCter which a dinner will be served at the Cuddy house The party will re turn to the church later In the eve rini for the regular weekly rehears als Every men her of the groups have been urged to take part in the sports whether Issued a special invitation or not Mrs Humphrey eaid MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JAN 181929 Any yuung mini full oC ambition should remember that Hoover works his head and muscles far more than hip Iea Tribune 1 EAR LAKE GLOBEGAZETTE KATHRYN McGOWAN Editor Office Phone No 239 LEE DcWIGGINS Manager Residence Telephone No 67 r 1 RESERVE CAGERS PLAY KLEMME Schedule Preliminary Game for 7 P M Friday Lions Meet Forest City at 8 CLBAR LAKE Jan a cur lain raiser to the Forest City Indhm Clear Lake Lions basketball clash on tho home floor Friday nitht tho Kleimne cagers will meet the local reserves in a game Coach Hussel C Graham announced Thepreliminary will bo called at 7 oclock Tho undefeated Lions will play the Forest City team at S oclock with Uon jpilbert Mason City referee So far this season tho lakers are unde feated Defeating tho Forest City Rg sresaUon would mean ono more feather of conference victory in their cap On Saturday nlpht the will journey lo Mason CiLy where tlicv Park Theatre CLEAR LAKE SATURDAY The Avenging Rider Willi Tom Tyler and Krankie narrow Prices lOc and 25c SUNDAY and MONDAY BigDouble Feature Program ThomasMeighan in TheRacket ALSO First official showing in Middle West Wrestling Match Held At Boston Jnn See Sonnenberg Win The Title Sunday Matinee lOc and 25c Evening and lOc and 35c will clash with the Hampton cagers Season tickets are eligible for ill games on the neighboring floor and unless holders of tho pasteboards do not attend the Hampton game tho price of admission will bo refunded by Retting in touch with Supt D J ICelley Intorurban connections for the out oftosvn names are ideal for those who ilo not care to drive their automobiles Library Reading Club to Resume Activities CL13AR LAKE Jan a months vacation over theholiday sea son Library Ucadhifr club members will resume the study schedule Mon day afternoon Mrs O T Hanson south Third street will bo hostess Tioil cull will be responded lo by giv ing a favorite economy stunt Mrs F A Barber will lead a sson on labor savin Inventions for tho home Food values and a balanced dietry will bo discussed by Mrs Av tlnir Johnson Mrs John BolmtnR will tell ot plans to beautify tho home and the surrounding grounds An experienced wife Is one who maintains a cheerful silence until her husband finishes blowing off steam And gets ashamed of Mnilisnn Evening Democrat Cough Following FLU Check it Today WITH FOLETS CtlablUhtJ Hit VirginianfWestVa SemiAnthracite mined in West Virginia Clinkerless light fluffy ash d A intense heat JL DELIVERED Wolff Coal Company JPJionc I Jfi 310 JilJi S W SNEEZE That ia Natures warning t tliat you have a cold coming on Sideatcp k it or throw it offvith Groves BROMO QUININE LAXATIVE TABLETS 105 South Federal Ave Fresh Fish Oysters Saturday MORNING SPECIALS FRQM 7 A M TO 12 NOON Small Pork Loin Roast Pork Shoulder Roast Pure Lard 2 pounds for 23c Rex Sugar Cured Bacon Pure Pork Sausage 2 Ibs for Spare Ribs Ib All Pay Specials Pot Roast Baby Beef Round Bonej Baby Beet Sirloin Steak Sugar Cured Picnics Sliced Tender Liver Cream Cottage Cheese 2 EorTsc Fresh Fish Oysters COMING EVENTS FILE ASSAULT CHARGES HERE Henry GorensonHeldon Bond for Hearing Ash land to Prosecute CLEAR LAKE Jan A3 an aftermath of a family argument Thursday evening assault and battery charges were filed against Henry Gor enson Sonth Third street by his sls torinlaw Mrs Elma Klrschbaum In Justice of Peace C 13 Ashlands court A hearing has been set for Frl c Miss day evenin O D O Saturday Hampton cagers meet Lions on Mason City floor Grants Industrial Daughters with Miss Jtozel Hubor Election of drainage trustee at Lam bert school club with Mrs C E Gelst Library Heading club with Mrs Su sie llansen p lodge meets Miss Kath day evening Gorenson who is employed at Son drols general store was arrested shortly ufter the shppcr hour Thurs day by Night Policeman J K John son A bond for ap pearance at the hearing was furnished by Frank Baniels CHOOSE CONGO CHURCH HEADS Several Officers ReElected at Business Meeting Large Crowd at Supper CLEVR LAKE Jan IS than 175 persons members of the Congregational church and their fam ilies attended the annual meeting and picnic supper In tho church par lors Thursday evening Piich family furnished Us own sandwiches and other food which was served In cafe teria style An Interesting business meetingnnd reading of annual reports of tho vari ous committees was held following the supper The business as a whole was reported in excellent financial stand ing for the past year Officers were reelected to take charge of the church business during 1329 They were Mrs Mablo Newcom er clerk C H Woodford treasurer Pearl Hlckok Dr A B Phillips and Ned Huntting deacons Frank Palm er and TV Choate trustees Bruce Kennedy Dr A A Joslyn M J Hughes W Rosemond Frank Palm er and Ross Rosera ushers In the Sunday school department Mrs W B Milne was chosen superintendent Mrs L 35 Ashland assistant superin tendent and Mrs T R Kugler super intendent ot primary department Miss Vivien Butterfieia was reap pointed secretary COMING ATTRACTIONS CLEAR LAKE Jan vensliiff Rider a western picture starring Tom Tyler and Frank Barrow is tlio altraction for Satunlajnight tlieatcr patrons the management has announce cl Sunday nnd Monday The Racket featuring Thomas Melslian will be shown He plays n policeman role in a tense underworld ilrania Meiglian fialcl to excecle his former works with his stronfc characterization There will also bo the first official showing in the middle west of the LewlsSonnelerjj world championship wrestling match held at Boston Jan 4 According to DCS Jlolnef iieid nuartcra In order to lioolc this special showing In Clear Lake It was neces sary to pay fenturo price Subjects shows Important closo up shots n Konneljerg using his butting tactics and knocking Is Lewis out ring seven consecutive times Clear Lake Churches CfKVHKKOATIOXAl W H Milne pastor 30 Sunday School II Morning worship Subject Christianity the Worlds Greatest Dynamic1 Congo dull METIHmiST T Tl Tumhleson jiastor Sunday School nt in Preaching at 11 subject The lies sapro oC the Church Epworth Lcaguo at Preaching at FIRST cmmm OF cimiST SCIENTIST N East Street Sunday schon ti n m Sunday services 1 n m StiMnrt Life irriit S p m Reading room in church VVecTncs and Kalurtlay to oclock GOSllX TAIJKRNACIK Sunday school at in oclock Morning service Lt 11 oclock Evening service at Prayer meetins CATHOLIC CHURCH FHJior J V Pacci Stmday Cervices as follows Mass at 10 oclock Catechism and instruct Inn nl II octnck liVfJMSTI TXTIIKRAN Xorth Fourth street Sunday scluiol at oclock flasscs for all Morning worship at 11 oclock Tho T5ev Clranskoii Korost City will con flucf tlic regular scrvires There will hn no nveninT CHIiRCH OP CHRIST T O O F hall C IV nicks minstcr BIlilo school at oclock Mrs O T nalmat supprlntcnrtent in charge Preaching and communion services at 11 oelook nights Tourl never suppose looking at a little thing like a holl weevil or v corn horer Hint It conld Irach economics to a onecrop Herald CARII OK THANHS To tho friends and neighbor who so kindly assisted in making mrangc uents for funeral of our mother and lo thote who extended their sympathy n words and flowers we wish lo ex press sincere thankB MU AND MRS A C SNOW MR AND MRS C W KAURIS K O meetin eriue Wright HlLo bridge club with Mrs Arthur Johnson l Mission Circle meets club with Mrs Yern Peterson CLEAR LAKE LOCALS WilHiiut Henry left Friday inorntiiR for Kockford 111 wliero bo will employed His family in all probabil ity will move there In the near futuc For cufUr nt jour own price C S Collins Earl Knlz son of Mr and Mrs Lou is Katz who has ben seriously 111 with pneumonia was reported Friday morning1 having passed tho crisis and his temperaturo was normal For 1st turn ImiiKalow Mod except furnace C S Collins Mrs 0 J KhiR ami sister Mrs Mil ton Olson returned Thursday from Clarion where they spent Wednesday with relatives and friends Manly Resident Is 111 From Drinking Alleged Bad Liquor MANLY Jan Marlon 30 is neriuusly ill at tho Holdcn home here as a result of drinking some bootleg liquor Ho wns first ill Tus day night and when questioned said ho had purchased tho drink from Hylvm Mikalck Millken was kept in the town Jail ono night but was in such bad condition that it was necessary to rcmovo him to a residence Mikalck was put In tho county Jill at Norlhwooil but has been released on bail and is to bo tried sumctimn soon It is assumed that the liquor con tained wood alcohol or some other ermalty poisonous tneredient PALO ALTO WAR VETERAN DIES Last Member of G A R Post Myles McNally Is Dead at Age of 87 EMMETSBURG Jan McNally the last member of Henry Dillon post G A a at his home hero Wednesday night Ho was born in county Mayo Ireland in 1S12 and came to this country with his par ents as a youngman Mr MeNally enlisted in a Wiscon sin regiment ot the Union army serv ing three years and four months lie was in tho battle or Ykksbing and other engagements After tho war he returned to Ocono mowoe Wia where ho was married Later he wont to Jseiv York llioii to the Isthmus of Panama crossing the continent and going to California where ho spent two years working in the sold fields Mr jMcNViJJy came to lotvn In 3S71 and located on a farm in Palo county Jlo was a member ot the board or supervisors for 1C years and was six years its chairman Tho itMow one son four daughters ml three brothers survive Funeral services will he held at tho Assump tion church Saturday monune Chnrlcs lones formerly of Cylinder is the only inmamtng civil war veteran in SEVEN Wimiebago Attorney Moves to Lake Mills LAKF lan K OsTniinclson county attorney of Wlnnebiigo county from JHII I 1923 lo Jnn and practicing ntor ney at Forest Clly for Hi yenra took up his residence in Lake Mills this week lie bought Milnor HooVa prnctlcn and will move his family here ns soon is his son Hobby completes Ills school year nt Forest City Influenza Much Milder This Year Than in 1918 lint Vldis Laboratories Aijnln Operai inn NiKlit niKl Day u Supply Kecord Mailing Uemanil Altlio tlio typo of flu this year is nut so serious in health authori ties are urging everybody lo treat oven the slightest culd at tho Klnrt OH colds lower the irtdslunrn ami mako the body mi easy prey lo lronlidlls or pneumonia An IiihrcUiuK responso lo llm warning has been Ilio phenomenal cull for Vluks VnpoIUib tbo treatment which proved so helpful in the J01S oufdomle In spite nf vastly increased capacity the VUks laboratories aro once mofr upcratinir all night long and aro now producing IT jars daily A sub stinlla part of tills increase attrih uted lo tho widespread use of Vlclcs as Preventive You wont find a Recipe in your Cookbook for SixYoof Waffles and mixing the ling the be done much more exactly when you make several small waffles than mammoth ones As you follow this prin ciple in cooking all food so Hills Bros apply a similar rule to roasting coffee They roast their coffee a few pounds at a time by a con tinuous process 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