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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                K Lake birl Writes 62 Words a Minute in Typing Contest CLEAR LAKE Fflb tJJiss Gene evieve Taylor commercial Instructor m the local high school reports the following students trom the advanced typewriting classes who have been made less than five errors In 10 min ute teats during the past week In speed Evelyn Thompson Ilrat place with 62 words a minute Aua Jvay Choate second with 61 and Ruth Anderson third with 53 words For ac curacy Ada Kay Choate and Juno Cole tied for first place with one error each Evelyn Thompson June Cola Marion Morse and Florence Furleish each made three errors Virginia Vit tetos and Joy Ransom each had four errors Star Club to Stage Valentines Party f CLEAR LAKE Feb Vftlen tines party for Star club membera f and their husbands will be held at the home of Mrs Charles Woodward East Division street JFYiday night An eveningof entertainment is being planned Lake Pair Wed 60 Years Charles Wayne Crane Born at Lake Saturday CLEAR LAKE Feb Wayne weighing eight and a halt pounds was born to Mr ana Mrs Harold II Crane at their home on lefferson street Saturday The baby is the second child in family Mrs A J Erickaon Elm Creek Nebr mother Mrs Crane arrives Satur day afternoon and is making the ac her new grandson Intoxication Charge Draws Five Days in County Jail Penalt MR AND JIBS 3 A COBB ve been married 50 years today and in honor of the occasion open house was kept during the afternoon hours Many out mends and neighbors of the ramily called and paid their re spects to the couplo who have spent so many years together Harp Played by D Gioscio furnished for the event while the Rev J R Tumbleson pastor ot the Methodist church snvo an interestingtalk Mr and Mrs Cobb were married at the country home of Mrs Cobbs par ents Mr and Mrs William Mason on 4 1S69 In jaclwon county Town They stayed there one and onehalf ears The remainder of thess fin havs been spent In Cerro Gorrto county the last 19 In Clear Lake where they still reside at 311 Oak street Before moving to Clear Lake they farmed six miles north oC town for 38 years Their children tire Mrs Settle Mof fett Mrs Maymo Blackmore Mrs Grace CaJn Miss Esther Cobb of Clear Lalce Leslie Cobb of Waterloo and Mrs Elsie Winans of Shell Lake WIs They have 12 grandchildren ard our sreit eiandchildren SnndajFeb 3 2 members ot th family gathered at tun hqmo at 31 North Oak street for dinner All ot th Clear Lake mcmberF were ind Lha couples son Lesliefrom TVi terloo and his son Lcland and wife Rnd Emory tvinans soninlaw from CLEAR LAKE Feb sentenc of five days in the county bastila was given Ferd Kimball Monday mornins after he pleaded guilty to Inloxlca tlon charges Mayor A N Andersen passed thesentence Kimball was picked tip by Policeman J Johnson Sunday night CLEAR LAKE LOCALS Tark Theatertonight Mary Astor tor severalmonths returned J CleatLake Sunday morning Winans of Shell lake Wis to his home Monday morn fvteHo visited tho J A Cobb home I and attended their sixtieth weddlng iaimiversary family gatherlns Sunday Ho came to Clear Lake last week in ticpmpany withhis mother bringing the body of his father Henry Winans parsed away at his Shell Lake home on Jan 30 Edmund and Thelma lenlis and I frs H Conklin Osage were Bucsts at the B 1L Matthews home Division street over the weekend Tfiorliel B Sonrfml and FVank Pal mer of Sondrols Corner store left Sunday evening for Chicago on a buy trip ra Cliria Anderson and Evelyn left Sunday for a few days visit at TVesley Clarence Knutaon has gone to Chi cago on a business trip Mr and Mrs Aflam Thomas and Mr New Hampton Five Bow to Anderson Chalks Up ity of Locals Total Points CLEAR LAKE Feb back to their early season stride the Clear Lake Lions caeo tram downed tne Aew Hampton baslteteers In a hard fought battle on the opponents floor Saturday night with a score of is to 13 Anderson Cleur Lakes rangy ans fast center scored 13 ot the IB points buttled rase and furious during the first quarter which ended 15 to 13 Plan Party for Mrs J W Dawson Whose Home Was Destroyed CLEAR LAKE Feb J TV Uawsuu wliose home on North Fourth street was destroyed by fire m a 4 to3 count for the Inkers the second quarter Clear Intce In vc LiHKtS SkvinCCi three points and New Hanipion two ana the half ended 7 to 6 for the locals The majority or field eoals were made at close range Both teams displayed a fast break ngr offense with the Hampton ta centering around forward Krie ger their starplayer Jim Anderson eatured for CleaiLake Patterson guard played an exceptional game Tho teams battled on even terms in several weeks ago be given 01 L Uli a pnrty liy the Wo mens Relict Corps at tho Iiomo ot Mrs Lou Cox TVortnc Hay Afcmboin ot the incly mve boon nskea to attonfl prepared for a plcritc lunch at noon Otficcrg have requested the members to show their loyalty to the sister in P a and L It woa an nounccd n erms n ho thrfl quarter and it ended Ilnl f r and Mrs Molvln Werte spent Sunday Kvening in Mason City where they at a card party at the home 6 Jlfr and Mrs TJollin Werle Mr mid Sirs Cflhb if TOi I terloo were week end visitors at the i home of their grandparents Mr and f Mrs JA Cobb but m the last quarter Anderson shoe tivo field goals for his leim Ncvv Hamptoi CTincti two points oi throws Box score free NEW DHAMITOX 13 Krleger Vigars Herrmaun c Kramer Denner g Stoakes K Kennedy f VlEMt I COMING EVENTS liieKlayCivio league benefit tunch non and program at home ot Mrs Ben Slemmons i 1C Ps stase second round in vol j ley ball tournament club meets at Lions cafe with MrsCharles I Chase club with Mrs George Peterson Jensen f Xclson 0 Anderson c Wlnnte g Peterson Is 0 0 FT 0 0 II 0 PP 0 1 1 0 J 1 I nireo Bumes huve Ijeen bofoked foi the Liona week according Coach Graham On Tunsday nlglL they will meet the Huffalo Cenier lean at Huffilo Centor Iriday night tliov will journey to Nortliwooil and Satur day evenins they will clash with the BriU cagers in a return game The scene or buttle will be the Mason Ciiy high school gym For Those Who Are Losing Weight and SCOTTS EMULSION The Tonic Rich in Codliver Oil Vitamins BlnomfieM K 1 Jean Matthews Has Ankle Broken While Tobogganing at Lake CLEAR LAKE Feb Mat thews daughter of Mr and B IT Matthews West Division street re ceived a broken ankle and badty torn ligaments Saturday afternoon when in company with sii other gin sic was tobboganingat ilic lake MiS3 jiat thews who ig a aeniotIn the lnril high school was hostess to her KM friends for the afternoon oiitlns party and occupied tho rear position on the tobbojran As tho tobbogrm passed the end of the slide her Ine slruck a Part of the slldn Jliss Matthews WIF tniten to son City rOP lln Xray Pximnlton of Her lee and ankle The nnklo HIS to swollen for applicilion of i and Miss Matthews was taken to her homo where she will he reitml for th0 njury This in the first mishap of the sea at the winter sports ovlqtancrs atthe lake Lach Sunday oc thin persons enjoy tho winter sport and hunrirrrl prl nriir and rvcninss llrrc week Danish Masquerade Draws Crowd Six Grand Prizes Given CLEAR LAKE Feb i Mrs V luuobaon and Jlrg Kari won first and second prizes offered for tlie Hettleat womens costumes worn at lift annual Danish masnucrnclij dince 1iiday Mrs Jocohsens outfit was red and white and resein b od a Danish rlaff A pretty black oil cloth dance frock trimmed with a larpe yellow organdy bow was worn by Mrs Lambert Prizes offered men dancers wearing tho most elaborate costumes were won by Einer Jensen St JjOn who IB suest at Clear Lake and Mrs Bernir Anderson irr Jensen woro an orient al outfit while airs Anderson was dressed in white Bailor pants and mi In the conncal sroup judffinc wi id to be a Hard task AISS liutii nT nussun and Mrs Chris Soronson wci for first and second prlc reascd as a ma 1S 1nsnlussc1 appeared as a of time belle Her flown an aDvated waist lino rew nan s from the spectator t Gnincr Thornton Mason City attended ti Elect at fresco O leh of QUICK RELIEFFIROM CONSTIPATION Are You Going to Hold PUBLIC SALE JN ADVERTISING your sale remember that it is necessary to cover this entire locality toget the best results Your sale is not just a neighborhood atlair lou want the bidders that come fifteen twentyfive and fifty miles the strangers with cash in thenpockets To reach these men you must put your advertisement in the newspaper that blankets C2n a6r fs the Mason is not a YOU CAN NEVER make good the loss because you are in the selling business only one day It is very important to the GlobeGazette that our cus tomers get the best possible results and be perfectly satisfied This is impossible unless their sales are thoroughly advertised We would rather have a sale not advertised in the GlobeGazette at all than to have it only HALF ADVERTISEDthat is to say advertised vnth too few insertions or with too little space buch advertising cannot produce the best re sults and we want every saleweadvertise to be a success AH It is of the utmost importance thatALL articles be listed The list of articles is the very life blood of your advertisement The moment you begin to cut out items you begin to weaken your ad A big list Of articles and a big advertisement show that YOU re gard your sale as something EXTRA BIG and if you show that YOU so regard it the READERS will so i Cl thatf your goods are to be sold at one and upon that day depends whether you make or lose many hundreds of dollars Do not be Pennv Wise and under advertise your sale If a merchant js going to have a sale where he expects to sell north of goods he does not hesitate to invest S150 or more in advertismg Yet he is in business every day m the year his store is being advertised all the time and if his sale is not a success he can make good the 1 Remember This Point Reach the Buyers Advertise Your Sale in AND MASON CTTT   

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