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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JAN 25 1929 SEVEN Park Theater Clear Lake SUNDAY AND MONDAY Sunday Mat We and 25c Evening 30c35c Clear Lake Kathryn MeGowan Editor Office Phone No 239 Lee Residence Mione No 67 PURITY BAKERY 216 So Federal Special Saturday 2 Doz Cookies 25c A FULL LINE OF FRESH PASTRIES Qualify la guaranteed to be equal to any flour you have ever used or your money refunded We have Just received a car Tho following cash prices to apply I Single Sacks 5 Sack Lots each 10 Sack lots each Cerro Gordo Farmers Co BURZETTE RITES AT TABERNACLE The Rev James Miller to Conduct Services at 2 OClock Saturday CLEAR LAKE Jan services for B W Burzette 61 years old who died at his home on North Clausen street early Thursday morn ing will ba conducted at the Gospel tabernacle at 2 oclock Saturday after noon The Rev James Miller will of ficiate JBurlal will be made In tha Clear Laho cemetery Jlr Buraetto suffered a paralytic strolce Jan 6 whilo working on the ico harvest from which ho failed to recoxor lie was taken to home where a nurse was engaged and every thing possible was done to ease hlg according relatives Those who survive him are his wife Mrs Amanda Burzette a daughter Msa a student In the loca higrh school and a son Everett anc six brothers They are Jack of Deer Creek Minn wlio is unable to attend the services Ray of Rudd Charles and George of Charles City and Ell of Billings Mont who also will not be present Two sons preceded him In death Clear Lake Churches E v PHONE 270 500 3rd N E Announce Stories for Kiddies Hours at Public Library CLEAR LAKE Jan stories have been arranged for tho younger kiddles who attend the reg ular Saturday morning story hour at the public library it lias been an nounced Miss Ulan Solberg second grade instructor at tho Lincoln build ing will be in charge In the afternoon Miss Jean Mat thews will relate Tho Man Without a Country to the older children The session will open at oclock Linalion Baby Dies After Birth Mason PHONE 320 Fruit Co OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Saturday Specials Texas Sweet Seedless Grapefruit5 for 25c Oranges Sunkist Sweet Juicy doz29c Delicious Apples 3 WINESAPS Roman Beauties 4 Fresh Lettuce Celery Green Onions Spinach Endives Tomatoes Green Pep pers v Free Delivery Shortly CLEAR LAKE Jan 25 The In fant son born to Mr ami Mrs Fred Mnahon at their homo Ova miles northwest ot Clear Tjahe Thursday died during the night CLEAR LAKE LOCALS W jWeather May ChangeBut Not Advance allowing of CoEd Dresses for Bprlng Peter Pan Shop J Mrs Ernest KcllOBK and three coil I dren have returned to their home In I Charles City after visiting with her parents Mr and Mrs Ed Van Loan West Division street For house oalt floors garage cistern large garden Andrew Larson Mr and Mrs W P Tyler Phlillps apartments plan to move to Mason City within the next tew days Mr Tyler is employed with the D Grippen Paper company Tho latest arrivals CoEd Dresses In Paris approved colors and fabrics Peter Pan Shop Miss May McDeriiiott Mnson City has begun duties as stenographer for Central West Public Senice company W R Milne left Friday for Grinnoll where he will spend the weekend with his daughter Miss Billy who is a stu dent in the college there CHURCH OF CHRIST I O O P hall C W Hicks minister Bible school at 10 oclock Sls O T 3ahnat superintendent In charge Communion and preaching services it 11 oclock Sermon subject Self Justification Versus Judg nent Sermoh text Mark 10 20 and 21 CONGREGATIONAL W B Milne pastor Sunday school at 10 oclock Morning services at 11 oclock will be conducted by the gospel team ot the T M C A It will well to hear what the young folks have to say In regard to religious things the pastor has announced Congo club at G oclock METHODIST J R Tumbleson pastor Dr Austin H Clark says that man did not come from mpnkoya That some ona has said many men are go ing to the doprs To stop the drift Jesus came Into the world nnd His church IB trying to carry out Hia pro gram Sunday school at 10 a m Morning worship at 31 a m Epworth league at p m Evening worship at p m Prayer meeting Thursday evening at Men and boys meeting Trmrsday Jan 31 with the boys In charge of the program ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN North Fourth street Sunday school at Class ea for all Morningworship at 11 oclock The Hev E J HInderlle Dorando Wis has been scheduled to fill the pulpit it that time A large attendance Is re fiuested Tho Rev Hlnderllo is said to an able speaker CATHOLIC CHURCH The Rev T V Baccl pastor Sunday services as follows Mass at 10 oclock Catechism and instruction at 11 oclock GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school at 10 oclock Morning service at il oclock Evening service at Prayer meeting Wednesday nights FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street Sunday school 10 a m Sunday services 11 a m Subject Truth Wednesday service S p m Reading room In church Wednesday and Saturday to5 oclock BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN S M Stcnby pastor Sunday school at 10 a m Preaching services at 11 oclock by the TJierc will be no eveningHorvice Prayer meeting Thursday evening at oclock PARK THEATER IS IMPROVED Manager Supervises Work of Installing New Facilities May Extend CoOperation of YM and UW Societies CHICAGO Jan 25 ncllvl tlea of the Young Mens Christian as sociation and tho Youns Womens Christian association In many tics of tho midwest regional district have proven successful enough to justify a proposal Hint tho cooiora tlon be extended it developed today at a conference town and country traveling secretaries The proposal will bo discussed at n joint mooting of representatives of hotli the mens and womens organiza tions Friday Casper t Rowe execu tive secretary ot the national council for this region embracing nine states said Saturday and Sunday a general con CLEAR LAKE Jan Under personal supervision tha new man1 ferenco for all traveling secretaries in aser Walter C Peterson extensive tn3 region will be held improvement have been made to the Park theater recently Heavy drapes rugs and lamps lend a homelike ap pearance to tho lobby while tho steps to the balcony have been padded and heavy carpeting laid Atslo havo Ixjen ordered and are expected to arriveshortly 1 Ing with tht special feature picture booked for Sunday will lie special music according to Mr Peterson A new piano has been Installed for that purpose 24 Guests Attend LuncheonBridge at Whiteside Home CLEAR Jan scoro prizes were won by Mrs Fordo Lee and Mrs Henry Volstad at the lunch eonbridge parly Kt the home of lUrs J Kayinond Whltesides East Main street Thursday afternoon Twenty four juests enjoyed the courtesy Red and wlilto wua tho color scheme which predominated in the table dec orations Pretty baslceta tied with dainty bows of maline formed the centerpiece while the place cards and tallies corresponded Mrs Lawrence Bless Ventura wag an outoftown guest MONEYBACK guarantee and directions in package Tube with pilepipc75tTui box FitfulSleep If TOD have overstepped Hmit yonr ncrvej aro unstrung1 havo ntrvmu epella and in mind and body are on the of nfrrvona exhaustion n sin file doaa of WHEELKRS NERVE VITALIXER will bring refit Bleep and recuperation Thoaa who are subject to depression and tjmllar troubles will marvel ml its wonderfal cffecl and the many remarkable benefits reported Sample Bottle Send lOc to JW Brant Co Dept 73 AlbtofvUich for large trial bottle Youcancret drus BtonjoUiaO Dont fail totrrltFRER WHEA ounces biscuits The same full size biscuits The same healthful nourishment The same fullmeasure package SAVE THE PAPER INSERTS IN VOUIX SHREDDED WHEAT PACKAGES LOTS OF FUN FOR THE CHHDREN I BRIDGE CLUB POSTPONED CLEAR LAKE Jan to the extreme cold the regular moethiK or U Y B bridge club mem iers postponed until Friday aftarnoon Feb 1 Mra Arthur John son Burden street will bo hostess rimming Cups of Cocoa Kirit Caiulir Sjnootll Thick It raUv Foods like tkis must taste as good as they You cant depend on frosting and flavoring alone to make foods taste as good as they should You must use a flour that will give them the right flavor Use Pillsburys Best is made only from certain kinds of carefully selected fullflavored wheat This is an important part of baking food editors of leading magazines women who have spent their lives studying baking say that flour has a lot to do with the flavor of foods Heres the secret of really fine a sack of Pillsburys Best Flour from your grocer and use find a delicate unmistakabl7 richer flavor in everything you bake Pillsburys Best Flour for finer flavor in cakes biscuits pastry bread concur COMING EVENTS telling hour for kid dies at library club with Mrs C 11 Woodford D ot V Installation of officers Home declamatory contest In high suliool auditorium ot Fa open volley ball contest F M S to meet In Mettiodlst church parlors Talons club meets at Lions cafe Centuryclub has Ll oclock luncheon with Sirs f P Walker Altrurlan club with Mrs Max Ol son AFGHAN QUEEN HAS NEW SON London Paper Reports Trot zky Heads Army Near Border LONDON Jan 25 Dally Express today saJtl that a BOH had been born to Souriya detbronod queen of Afghanistan A Bombay dispatch to the papor quoted the India nexvs ngcncy art say ingthat the child ivas born at Kandahar where Souriya flcrt her husband AiTmnulloh It IB her eighth child Tho Express also said IL was author itatively stated at tho Afghan lega tion In London that an Jinny com manded by Leon Trotzky former lead er of the Red army was awaiting the course of events on tho HussoAfghan frontier Trotzfcy has been in exile at Alma Aata Russian Turkestan and has fre quently been reported ns seriously ill There havo 1een no advJcea from Rus sia that he had been allowed to leave Ills place of exile On the contrary ro cent dispatches have announced that the communist party had dcclarqd re lentless warfare on his followers Tho Express also SJtld that an offi cial at the Afghan legation claimed the great Afghan provincial chief3 each possessing an army were waft ing for the snow to melt EO as to march on Kabul to restore Amanullah Paris dispatches yesterday said that Amanullah waa believed to be march ing toward the capital to deal with Ilablbullah Khan who usurped the throne from brother Inayatullah Kitchen Klenzer Not only Cleans the On oleum Quickly but it Makes jt Look Brighter When your Children Cry for It Baby is likely to wake you nny night with that sharp cry which means just pne Be ready Keep 1 liottlcof Castorin in the house A few of this pure vege table pleasantUisting preparation comforts a colicky fretful or feverish baby In a Jiffy In a few moments your anxiety la over and babys sleep ing soundly ngain And youveonlv Tone what your doctor would Hell tell you Fletchers Castoria doesnt contain any harmful that its saCe for the youngest infant and effective for children oC all ages In cases of constipation colic gas diar rhea and thofio upsets when you cTont now just what Is tho matter Avoid imitations Genuine Castoria bears tho Fletcher siRniture CASTORIA Seattle Packer Dead in Fall in New York NEW YORK Jan 25 L Williams 35 years old president of the Princo Jinkingcompany of Seattle Wash and New York fell to his death tonight from the twelfth floor oE the Times Snufire hotel Fortythird street and Eighth avenue Ho landed on the roof of a three story extension En he rear Death wasInstantaneous He resided nt Elizabeth X T JackSprat COCOA Its nlroiiyer farther Unsightly Pimples cleared away in two weeks MILK MEN TO TRY FOR PEACE Philadelphia Arbitrator to Hear Both Sides of Milk Strike CHICAGO Jan 25 Atlres of distributors ind dairymen gathered today for a meeting with Dr Clyde Tj Philadelphia ubo as will attempt to settlethe Chicago milk price dispute The dairymens representatives of fleers of the IHiro IVlUk association rced last Tuesday to an armistice Iho milk war wlfich xvas mitrked with violence and destruction of milk by producers demanding a hun dredweight insfead ot the 2r0 offered by dealers i The truce was hrot about by Dr i Arnod Kegel city health commissionj er who lias planned to meet Monrlay 1 with Lake county farmers and Wau1 kegan III deniera and attempt to aet tie their controversy Dr Kegel was chosen arbitrator by Miose two factions when Lake county dairymen demanded cents more than whatever price Dr Kins estab lishes hnd an unusually good complex ion until a short time ago when a number of unsightly pimples appeared on my face I tried every kind of soap I could think of but with no satisfactory re sults Then I read nbout Resinol Sonp nnd Ointment and began at once to use them In two weeks time my Tvas as clear and smooth as ever Signed BillicEnos In many homes where JZesinol was first used to correct skin trouble it is now the only soap used for the toilet bath and shampoo Aided by Resiuol Oint ment it tends to keep the skin und hair naturally lovely AC all druggists HEALTHFUL f HAM Woman Hurt TjATIMER Jan a party Qt young folks were enjoying a sleigh ilde tile other evening tho sled upset and M133Florence Fischer received a ruptured blood vessel in her head She was taken at once to ths Luth eran hospital In Hampton whero she receiving treatment I F YOU HAD A NECK A8LONO AS THIS FELLOW AND HAD nourishing body building foods are the only kind that should ever be served but to be sure of always get ting such foods you must select only the terials and use Calumet the leav ener of proven purity DOUBLE ACTING FEDERAL SORETHROAT TONSILINE SHOULDQUICKUnELIEVEIT ALL DRUGGISTS ANNUAL MASQUERADE BALL of the Danish Brotlierhonil Lodge CLEAR LAKE IOWA Xo 21 FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1 I O O F HALL 7 Good Prizes Good Music JKNTS LADIES The Wnlrrtoii Costumes House will ho In the room rear of Mitvhet with i full Hue nf costumes OUR PRICES ALWAYS LOWEST SATURDAY SPECIAL SERVICE AND COURTESY Good Cuts Young and Roast Cuts Shoulder Tender Baby Beef Loin Sweet Sugar Cured Squares We have what you they 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