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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUK LAKE DEBATERS SCHOOL GUESTS Hold DonDecision Clashes With Local Teams on Foreign Policy Tlie Clear Lake Jilgti school debate Btiuaa were the guests of Coach Guy Crosen and tho Mason City debaters Tuesday afternoon Tho Clear Lake debaters were accompanied by their coach Miss Myrtle Oulman At 3 ociock four Junior collegians staged an exhibition debate on the eubject Resolved That tho United States should cease to protect by armed force Its capital Invested In Latin America except after a formal declaration of war The affirmative case qiven by Milton Hodenfield and Virgil They showed that ths present policy is inconsistent toward Latin America and that a plan of an ultimatum bo fore the beginning of hostilities would be more beneficial to all parties con cerned The negative team composed of Irene Holman and Mary Stevens showed that the present policy s suc cessful and that the affirmative plan would be neither workable nor bene ficial After this debate tho Clear Lake debaters held several debates with lo cal high school debaters All the de bates were nondecslon but afforded excellent practice In trying the cases and platform decorum MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY FEB 6 29 Fined and Costs for Intoxication T Tut man arraigned In pollen court Wednesday mornlnp on charge of in toxication vns fined 15 anil costs by Lowell Forbes polico court judffe The Gnome Orchestra from the Magical Land of Oz As will be presented by Jean Gros French Marionettes at the High School auditorium Wednesday afternoon February 13 Tour child will thoroughly enjoy tho entire programscnls only 2ac Adults Sc No seals reserved in the afternoon Same nightAdventures of Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer ALT SEATS RESERVED 75c AND AUSPICES WOMANS CLUB CECIL CHANGES PROGRAM PLAN Daily Bill of RadioKeith Vaudeville Scheduled to Open Feb 13 Tom Arthur proprietor of the Cecil theater returned from Chicago Wed nesday morning with an important an nouncement relative to tho future line of programs at his showhouse Beginning Wednesday night Feb 13 a system will be inaugurated which will give tho Cecil a dally bill of RadioKeith vaudeville along with a feature picture Two changes of program a week are included in tho new plan on Sundays and Wednesdays Each bill will in clude three acts of tirehighest type of vaudeville obtainable Mr Arthur an nounced In the past sale Mr Arthur we have had to take what was available for our weekend vaudeville Some thnea it was good and some times it was not It was our good fortune when t was good and our hard luck when It was not Under the new plan we are assured of highquality enter Uilnment all tho time tho same kind that has been available In the larger cities Making the punishment more cer tain wont stop crime People still cross he Times Oh Boy smell that Coffee V i 2S T That brings them I used to think it wau difficult to make good coffee Then I found that mnetenth of the trick was in BUYING good coffee How I used to s ave over that coffee pot trying to give flavor to cortee that had little tostart with One day I read a Butte N the rich mellow flavor of 7heh blend They told how easy it was to have wonderful success with such coffee tried it The very first day my coffee a splendid and has been ever since That is a rule for womanto make fine coffee buy fine coffeebuy Butter Nut BullerNul COFFEE Delicious 3 T NIOHOIS Mr Nichols world wide travel er arid adventurer wilt icivo an acldress at the Church ot Christ Wednesday evening at oclock Mr Nichols has visited 40 countries crossed the Atlantic 20 times and taken part in exped turns to remote sections of the globe CITY COUNCIL HOLDS MEETING Receives Specifications for New Fire Engine Takes No Action The city council met at Its regular monthly session Tuesday afternoon with all members present except Mayor E S Selby and L P Coiirahon Specifications for a proposed new fire engine were submitted by P F Hop kins city manager The specifications were turned over to Garfiold Brocse city attorney for consideration of the legal aspects No action was taften Proposals for storm sewers In the northwest part ot the city were cussed but no action was taken The meeting adjourned until Tues day Feb 19 GOBEL OFFICIALS VISIT DECKERS Cbhfer With Officials and Inspect Local Packing Establishment Frank of Adoir Gobel inc of Brooklyn N Y with the J E Decker and Sons company here contemplates anartilatlon and Henry Merltel a director ot the cor poration arrived in Mason City Wednesday morning Tire two officials of the eastern pack Ins concern spent the day conferring with the officers of tho Decker plant on the proposed affiliation and making an Inspection of the establishment Memberships Come In for Civic Music Association Here TMembershlps for the Civic Music as sociation are continuing to come in It was reported Wednesday at the head quarters office in the Hotel Hanford Theso Include both renewals and a large number of trow memberships ac cording to Dr C M Franchere presi dent of the organization The Mason city Civic Music as sociation provides opportunity tor this city to seo and hear tho great artists of the music Vorld Tic Franchero stated The opportunity ls one thai should not be missed All arguments are for ths Idea which appeals both be causeof Its recognized merit ana Its comparatlv9 simplicity of application Annual memberships In the Civic Music association at 5 each will pro vfdo ample funds for each aeries of en terlatnmonta given yearly There will be no deficits to be made up later nor any question at any time as to who wM pay the bills The greater ths enrollment Jn tho music association the larger the fund available to bring noted artists and their companies to this city Member ship should therefore be as near the 1000 mark as possible Those who ao not become members cannot attend the concerts neither can they become members until tho following year when their applications will he con sidered In the order of receipt New Dealer Takes Over Maytag Here The announcement was marie Wed nesday that T D Ijarson formerly of Fort Dodge Iras become the local dealer of the Maytag washing ma chine and lias opened a store at 12 First southeast Mr Larson takes over the agency held by the Wai tonMaytag company nnd will h3 the sole distributor of the machlna in Cerro Gordo county Altho the office and service room has been opened by Mr Larson and W S Hodgdon district manager plans aro belns macio for a formal opening to be held about March 1 Mr Hodgrton supervises tbo distribu tion ot the Maytag in five counties in vicinity ne way to determine whether your HnKft la porroct Is to pnuso In a re 1iK floor mrt soo where It hlls you Jidweat KcvreW GLEE CLUB WILL BROADCAST FROM WH0 MARCH 19 Program to Be Part of Iowa Hour Plan of Bankers Life Station Tho Mason City Chamber of Com merce glee club will sponsor a pro gram to be broadcast from WHO the evening of March 19 from to 7 oclock it was announced at the ot flees here The major part of this program will bo presented by the Chamber of Com merco Bleo club under the direction of Harry B Keeler Thin will be the Slee clubs third appearance as WHO talent The chamber singers ars rot re hearsing this Week dua to the absence of Mr Keeler who Is In Chicago Upon Ins return however it jg planned to hold a numberof Intensive rehearsals to prepare the organization for its Des Monies appearance as well as for the home concert which will be given shortly afterthat date TID appearance of thc Mason City organization at WHO ia a part an Joiva hour plan which has been insti tuted by the Bankers Lite company station Under this plan the station Is giving over every Tuesday evening from to 7 oclock to some Iowa lhl on Feb 12 in tests Tho examinations will be held at the St Patricks academy at Dougherty as as at tha high schools at Hock Falls Rockwell Swaledale Thornton Meservey Ply mouth Ventura and Clear Lake Miss Bessie Baker will have charge of the examinations at Clear Lake1 Arrangements have been made witli Hie superintendents at Nora Sprlnesl Rockford and Sheffield In adjoining counties to hold examinations tor pu pils in this county ho livo near those w wt Waterloo on and Humholdt on April 30 j Eighth Grade Exams To Be Held This Week Eighth grade examinations will bo held In ths assembly room ot the courthouse as well as fn the town schools of the county Thursday aprt Friday It was announced at ths of nee of thc county superintendent rs Pearl Tannar According to the reports of the teachers thero will be In the neighbor hood nC 225 pupils who will take the r Dr W O Mauch DENTIST Weir BrVg Phone 872 CAR WASHING A SPECIALTY E W Larson Co 124 So Del Phone 766 HELPED DURING MIDDLE AGE Woman Took Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound Denver have taken bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound and will tafco more I am tak ing it as a tonic to help mo through the Change of Life and I am telling many of my friends to take ie as I found noth ing before this to help me I 1IU BO many laf loohngs at nrghb that I could no sleep mid for two years I could not go down town because I was afraid of falling My mother took the Vege table Compound yearn ago with good results and now I am taking i6 dur ing the Clmnge of Tifo and recom mend T A MirtrR leu Adams Street Denver Colorado ANNOUNCING Change in Time Schedules Effective Feb 1 1929 The Jefferson Highway Transportation Co buses leave Mason City for The Twin Cities and all inter mediate points at A M and P M arriving in St Paul at A M and P M and in Minneapolis at P M and 835 PM Our well heated and com fortable buses together with the low fare of 355 for the one way or for the round trip make this kind of transportation very attractive BUS DEPOTS Park Inn Cerro Gordo Eadmar Hotels Jefferson Highway Transportation Co TABLE MODEL 7 tube Eveready Radio with one rectifying tubes In all One dial control tlful Early American de signed cabinet Complete ready to operate with tubes Speaker to match cabinet only Small Down Payment Balance Monthly In the Eveready Radio you find selectivity at the height of selectivity that holds out to the mere movement of the dial selectivity that allows tha selection of one certain program selectivity tha tholda 0111 all other invading pro grams TRADE MARK Radio Sets CurrieVan Ness Co MAINTAINED BY MERIT phone 17 11 North Federal Avc Loyal Order of Moose First Annual Ball AT Armory Thur Feb 7 Vern and His Blumelodians with vocalist and harmony trio will furnish music and entertain ment SOU SHOULD IIEAK THEM AND DANCE TO REAL MUSIC Tickets TICKETS ON SALE AT UNITED Ck BREAKFAST SERVICE Manning Bowman Waffle Iron and 15Piece China Set 13 For Limited Time Only Now you can Have a com plete breakfast set including an Electric Waffle Iron and a charming 15piece Set of Dishes for about the price of Waffle Iron alone A SAV ING OF or Only 95c down 25c a week A can of Wesson Oil FREE with each Waffle Iron Come in and see the Waffle Baking Demonstration and PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC CO For Better Appliances   

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