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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JAN 181929 Won Bride on Grid Game Now Wants All Bets Declared Off WASHINGTON Jan IS Georgetown university won a football game last fall anil as a result Fred erick Stanley Nlehwltz of ton a student at the university won a bride Now after only two months he has asked the District of Columbia supreme court to declare all beta off The suit for annulments stated that he attended the GeorgetownWest Virginia game with Miss Marjorlo Jlorris daughter of Mnj R T Mor ris of Chevy Chase MU A was made that if Georgetown won they vould set married and after the con test they motored to RockvIHe Md where the ceremony was performed In the petition filed thru the stu dents father William Ttmiilo Nich wltz the now unwilling bridegroom deposes that he is but 20 years of ago and that he represented hlmselt us being over it to obtain Iho marriage license ERRORS WILL BE MADE No matter how nearly per fect the equipment no mat ter how highly skilled the different individuals may be in their respective line and no matter how much care is given that the thing may be done as it should be Just so long as we are human there will be errors We enjoy pleasing you and if we fail we appreciate your telling us You may rest assured all that is possible will be clone to make amends PHONE 495 We Know The Game SMITHS KLASSY KLEANERS THE STORVOl A GIRL WHO MADE MEN LIKE HER 19E9 by AspcU CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 m lyby the remark She had never felt that way before What was it about her that Inspired a remark like that She shook her head Impatiently and wcnt into tho ballroom where couules circled in a slow watz The slac line did not notice her but Georpre con versing with a professor ot mathe matics camo to her Immediately and finished the waltz with her At the conclusion of the dance many drifted thru the bis onen windows onto tlie moonit veranda George took her to the orofessor of mathematics who tried to induce her to take UP teachinjr as a life work She looked at him and at his rather flowdv wife She did not feel as much complimented as she would have a few days before Somehow culture had lost Its lure She asked Geonre to take her out onto the veranda comnlalnlni of the heat Once outside she turned to him and asked Georee am I pretty Why of course1 he answered as tho there was no doubt of It In Ms mind Had ie stopncd there she would have been tjleasect but he continued But of what consecruence is mere prettiness Dozens of eirls in our class have doll bnbv metttness It is denth of character and brains which really count bow Count where Count when askJ Betty Count in the final analysis an swered Georpe pedantically Who Is interested In mere surface thlnse like urettiness clothes and thlncs of that sort JJvery ono seemn to be com mented Betty plaintively lessors wife She told him to ao ahead Pete Halloran uassed her and she hailed Wont to dance ho asked Pete j the caotaln ot the baseball team an Irresponsible vouth slie had never cared tor Now she wanted him to talk to her I would rather stand here If vou j do not mind Pete slie answered i Me and you both Peto lion1 upon the rail beside her I am danced raeeed but I cot to beat It when the orchestra stops I not a ektlnc out date with a skirt thats cot somo dn in her car I am her next customer But Gee I shouldnt have told you that Miss Volstead I have never tasted Kin ald Bettv Then how do you know vou would not like It demanded Pete There are a lot of Interesting things I sus pect vou have never done because you took some ones word for it that they were nauirhtv But life is like that He siehed Some drink some dance and some lust carry out emntles Where are you puttlmr me I dont think I ever tried to olaco lauehed Pete She winced but I he went on I euess you lust Bit around and disapprove Why do vou sav that Pete I don t remember havinsr disapproved ot you Oil mebbe not he acreed care lessly but whats the difference I know you are tflrl You have even cot me in a serious conver sation but there Is tho ena of the dance JJsten to the orchestra keeoincr ouiet I am coinc to cot the Kin urin and shako off this sorrow yon tiim aiititxu uit ima buiruw yule No one who counts assured have Instilled Into me He scuddeiJ Then he launched Into a Ken cral discussion of beauty of char acter which sounded to Betty as tho he wero a soeech She be lieved he had forsotlen her existence and was to an imartnsirv audience Georce had wanted to be a lawyer but lack of money had forced him to take a tiosEtion as cashier in a bic down town restaurant Would ho tiever stop Georce had never irritated ier before She had liked his clearcut wav of thinkinc and the locical wav he nut his views Ills rleht hand rested on the ver anda railShe moved BO her shoulder came just under his arm She wanted to see what he would do lie removed his hand from the rail clasned it be hind him and continued his conversa tion She felt dtsapuointed He had not noticed It Was the trouble with her or was Georce selfcentered Slie determined not to let him monopolize her society so much i the future As the or chestra struck un aaraln he explained that lie had this dance with the Pro killed Countde Besset stole the Olenlitten Jewels for the dance floor Why didnt bovs cet her Into a cor ner and make love to her What was with her Was she unattrac tive Had she stuck too closo to Georce Did she really seem so su perior For some uknown reason she felt if some boy did not make love to her she would cry Slie would not perrnil it of course but she wanted just one try Was she nhvslcaltv unattractive Was nioilcsty a mistake and did men like women better if thev were brazen in sneech and dress Tho fluffy madc un Kirls of her class always had dates witli bovs Was it because they Dor mitted liberties Bettv returned to the ballroom and some bov whose nnmc she could not remember asked her to dance He held her very close and for tho first time In her life slie diil not null away Ho did not talk so she watched the other couples over his shoulder The most nopular slrl In school a j tinv thins with sleek black hair wore u circular skirt Her partners arm Bulled it shorter than it was Intended to be and that made it more ab brevlated tliau anv dress in tlie room Her stocKines wero irirdlefastened and the full swirlinir skirt showed their sheen far above her Bhanelv knees Tiio eves of tho stae line lowed her around the room Betty watched another pooular rlrl tanciixr with Andy Adalr not a word or an inch between them Their eves were closed Andys HDS were TarterJ As she watched Andv opened ores looked at his nartner then whirled her out one oC tho French windows Into the dark Neither of these crirlq was clever It rnust bo ulivsEcal apneal which made men like one Did she have It She now slie was brichter than these clris She could more than meet them in small talk and the wise cracklinc chatter ofthe vouns folk She deter mined to clve this the same systematic study she had used in her school work The dance over she asked Georef to tnko her home They had come out on the street car hut AnuV Adnlr asked them to rido homo in the rumbV seat of ills roadster He was the onlv bov in hirh school who had always had his own rar Ho drovo with one hand his oilier arm slinnlnpr alomr the swu behind rrts clrl She Billowed her head on his shoulder and sane iazz somri all the way in to tha city No bov ever asked Betty to ride with him BidiiiK beside tho dlcnlfied Georce she determined thnt some dav somo man should take her for a drive in the moonlight She would not think what she would do if he tried to makr love to her sufficient unto that time was the evil of it She joined In the other cirls sonff feicnincr a heartedness she did not feel After she and Georse were set down at their doors and d thanked Andy she said cood nlcht to her oscort Georce only lifted his bat and walked nwav TO BE CONTINUED I SOOTHING healing catndudptescriptfoafot bide gmnotee i ptckage Tube with pile pipe 73t Tin boi 60f What strange power did Prince Charles have over Lady Glen litten Was he her lover Was he a real Russian nobleman What did he know about the murder of Count de Besset and the stolen jewels Did the girlish Lady Glenlitten hide any thing from her husband Did she know Can you solve this mystery Read THE GLENLITTEIV MURDER E Phillips Oppenheims newest sensational Mystery Detective serial It starts in next Sundays unday Oribunt 11 Ililh St H 10 THI OXSATtJT NZWSfAZIft MASON CITY NEWS AGENCY Dsirihnlnr riiRci Tritium 1llimr i Pimples all gone Skin clear again Pimples and blackheads cleared away quickly easily and at small cost by Resinol Soap and Oint ment The particularly cleans ing1 properties of the soap gently free tho pores of clogging im purities Tho ointment relieves the soreness and heals the erup tion Try this treatment your self At all druggists Simple of 43 Bhimor Md FATHER OF CORN COB PIPE DEAD Son Developed Idea of His Dad for Missouri Meerschaum OAKLAND CM Jan IS arations were being made here today Tor the funeral of Anton A Tibbc father of the modern corncob plpa and the man who put Washington Mo as capital of the cob pipe or Missouri meerschaum Industry He died Wednesday at the Liver more sanitarium following a six months Illness Mr Tlbba was TO years old Mr TlhbeR father Henrv Tlbbe a wood worker hit on Ue value ot corn cob pipes a half century ago while ac commodating a neighbor who asked him to bore out an extra large cob with his lathe and fashion him a pipe The elder Tibbe realized the novelty of the pipe and gathered a few cobs and carried on a small pipe man ufacturing business but it remained for his son to put tho business over in a way Tibbes contribution to the Industry was his discovery of a patented plaster of paris filler which revolutionized the business This fireprooted tho bowl and the sale the pines boomed Itcslgns at Rock Falls JtOCK FALLS Jan IS Hollisler who has fan led the mail from the station the past one and onehalf years lias sent In his resigna tion to take effect March 1 An ex amination for carrier will be given be fore that date to fill the vacancy GRIPPY COLDS During the period following colds coughs grippe influenza or other prostrating illness when your body weakened is the worthwhile time to prove the strength restorative merit of SCOTTS EMULSION OP PURE VITAMINRICH CODUVER OH It ia the foodtonic with worldwide prestige that strengthens and helps build up the weakened body and restore the normal balance of health If you an ran down with up on Scotts Emulsion Scott at Bownc BUxnnfield K J Winter Coats to Silk and Wool Dresses 5750 to S3250 Pur Coats 559 to Novelty Sweaters and 5339 Heavy Shaker Sweaters 5798 All Childrens Winter Coats iS price Girls Jersey Dresses sizes 7 to 11 years 398 to Girls Jersey Dresses sizes 2 to 6 years to B9R Girls Wash Dresses sizes 7 to It years 79c to S3A9 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