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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EGrGr makes all soups 100 better with gtavieS steals Iftoose Dance to Be Held at Armory Thursday Night Arrangements have been completed tor the first annual ball of the Loyal Order of Moose at the armory Thurs day evening The music will be sup plied by the Blumelodlan dance band at Waterloo CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 7 1929 Dont believe everyone belieses all that you believe they inrin Ohio TinuS TAKE PRISONERS TO LONELY ISLE Fate Worse Than Death Awaits 174 Convicted Mexicans MEXICO CITY Feb 7 frelsbt train threading its way thru ana bow children You Get the BEST Here When you order your groceries from ibis are assured of THE BEST There is a difference in groceries per haps you have found out If you havent place an orcier today For instance LAWN CITY Golden Bantam Corn HAND PACKED Per can 28c Per dozen Lawn City Corn is just like fresh corn from the garden Youll never eat any other brand Mexican mountains today carried 174 men and women convicted as crim inals to a fate deemed here as bud or than death Tomorrow the 174 will arrive at Manzujiillo Pacific port and will be put aboard a small steamer which will take them to the penal colony on a tropical island In Tres Marias the Three Marys srroup off the coast of the state of Nhyarlt The complete isolation of the group the tales of horrors which the Archi pelago baa seen and the hopelessness of the lot of those sent there have given tho islands a reputation in Mexico anything but savory sentences to penal servitude there are usually reserved tor extreme cases Whether the Pnct ot Paris UOLS in effect outlaw war willdepend very much on how public opinion treats the Science Moni tor EGG PRICE CORRECTION In flto IlHtcliery Ail Clenr Lake In which appeared in ho Wednesday issue ot lie GlobeGazette it WHS wrongly stated that Wo pay lo over market price per dozen for eggs This should liave rcml We pay 10c over nmrlict price per dozen for eggs FIFTEEN MOTHER TO AID ALLEGED SLAYER Former Spencer Man Held in Slaying Wounded in War Claim SPENCER Feb 7 A C Meyer mother ot Harvey Selliaver confessed slayer of his 16 year old sweetheart said today she will go to New Jersey to aid In a fight to save her son Three brothers Robert Selhavcr of Keyport J Ernest Selhaver of Brecltenrldse Texas and Fred Sel liaver of Little Rock Ark and a sis ter Mrs Mary Waplcs of Siouv City also may go to the aid of Harvey Mrs Meyer said The mother saia Harvey was hurt in a scuttle at the Fort Warden Wash barracks during the war and his a silver plate In his liead us a result thinks tlio injury may have affected his mind There IB a dead man In town and dont know when his funeral 3 to bo or where ho is to be interred Ife touched us for a five spot ana saM he would nay ug back yesterday It was alive TVe are still without our V HO wo know that he has passed Jefferson City Capital News Forest City Rotary Club Host to 1 00 Men FOREST CIT5T Feb Tho For est City Rotary club was host to 100 men at luncheon Tuesday noon A B Myhr of Thompson chairman oC the Winnebago County Farm Bureau County Agrcnt Anbcrg were present as guests of honor and each Rotarian I privileged to biinj one fanner truest A good representation from tlio Lions club of Mills and seven Rotarians from Clear Lako also present Mr R p Bliss of the extension de partment Iowa State college Ames who was one of tho instructors in tho first Farmers Short iioinve Jiolr in Forest City 17 years ago gnvc tho ad dress Mr A B Myhr made brief remarks as did also Mr I A Nelson president of tho Lions of Mills Mr J C Davenport prcsklont of tho Clear Rotarians presented tbo Forost City Rot a r iane with a circulating trophy from the district governor GROCE Sugar 49C 110 libs with your j order of or more Get our prices before buying We save you 10 to 25 On Your Purchase Come and see for yourself the hun dreds of bargains offered in our various departments Per Doz 32 Fresh from the country AM RAIZES hone 233 OPEN EVENINGS We Deliver 215301 So Federal SEA FISH The swe e tes t morsel you ever tasted with that original tang of the sea flavor is the verdict rendered by every customer who tries NORDIC FILLET OF HADDOCK What a pleasure to knowyou can get such a wonderful sea food ready to cook No more mess to annoy you Then too NORDIC FISH is youcankeepitintherefrigeratornext to mik or butter without worry Your grocer or market man guarantees its quality Just ready to cook i FILLET of HADDOCK OCEAN FISH WITHOUT WASTE Nordic Fillets taste as fresh and temptirg as if you had cooked them the same day caught They come to you wrapped in parchment paper like bacon Fresh as the day when caught In other words thia city hag every day in the week seafoods such as up to now you could buy only in seaport towns No odor Practically Boneless Yes and all Good Housekeeping ready to cook in a few minutes Four different recipes in each package Your market man gets a new supply often Hell tell you its one of the most popular itema he ever has offered you Youll want NORDIC FISH regularly Call for Nordic Fish by name Approved by GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Bureau oE Foods Sanitation and Health Dr Harvey W Wiley director E B HIGLEY CO DISTRIBUTORS WE ARE PROUD OF DIAMOND BREAD And why DIAMOND BREAD made in Mason City and consumed by thous ands of people in Mas on City and vicinity has brought an Honor Silver Trophy to Mason City Standingat the top of the Quality Produc tion of Quality Bakers of America is a great honor This organization of Wholesale Bakers grouped together on a cooperative and non competitive basis is mighty particular in bestowing its honors These Wholesale Bakers are all register ing production so near ly perfect that when any one member gains the Silver Trophy he gets an honor that he will always he gets something more valuable than money can buy he gets a trib ute from a group of men in his line who are as proud of his triumph as if any or all of them had won it All in the same class with high scoring working everlast ingly to help one an other in Quality Pro some thing of great value to the public DIAMOND BREAD SCORED 991 Thats why Mason City should be as proud of DIAMOND BREAD as we are to bake it and to serve it to you through dealers MASON CITY BAKING COMPANY MASON CITY IOWA Bakers of DIAMOND BREAD EXHIBIT WINNERS FOR DOUGHERTY INSTITUTE NAMED Grain Entries Prove More Numerous This Year Competition Keen DOUGHERTY Fob Fom County Institute which took plnco at the Douglierty opera liouso Fob 4 iincl o was it big success Entries 5n grain were more numer ous than Iti previous ycara and petition keener The pantry en tries smalL The womens do partinent of funcy work ind fruit showed it hivgc number of 1 entries Prlve winners in the various de fire aa follows Ill in Corn siveepNtakes single rac Ciiltalan swecnstikes 10 ears ton Esslingcr White corn Prcatbn EKRltnper Ray Doove Wayne Ilinshaw L 1C Btirn hiirt Ray Doore Yellow Corn Will Cahalan Tom McMenlnien H D ICsKUnscr 1 K llarnhart Janice Roonej Calico Corn Wayno Hinshaw TJ K Carnliart Flint Corn John Boyle and George Wetgand Popcorn Wayne lThishaw Preston Kssllnger Francis Oats Kay Doore Tom McMonlmen ifcorffe WcJffand J times Hooney Joo j Soucok barley Tom McMenhtien j Wayno HlnEhnw flax George Wcl and Ray Doore navy beans Wayne Hinshaw and John Boyle onions I Will Jacobs apples Wayne Hinsnaw Potatoes Early Wayne Hlnshaw MGnimen lao Soucok Ltite Jne nek Will Jacobs alfalfa Padcn Smith rye John Boyle Toullrj Duclcs Esslinfffir barred rock hens iVfis Padon Smith and SchoII bnvrctl rock cockerels jjen Mrs PaIon Smith AInlvin SchoII 31 rs Paden Smith Rhode Island reds Mrs Pnden Smith Buff Orptngtons liens Jack Veach and C IT Stehier cockerels Jask Veacli and C H Htclner nen Jaclc Veacli Womens Mrs preston EssUngcr Mrs applo plcltles Mrs Aliko McMcntTiinn and JTra Walter Cerfcn lircad Jtrs Jlcrfcfd layer caUe Mrs Jlinsliaw dark roll Airs Preston ICssHiisrer and Mrs Padfiu SmlLh light roll cookies Mrs IVeston Mrs T O Canned yellow corn JUrs Paden Smith canned white corn Mrs i Wayne Tllnshnw hest jar tomnlncH Mrs Julia MuIIon and Mrs Mike Me Alenltnen best jar beans green Mcs K Barnhart Mrs Inila Mullni best jar yellow Vaden Smith Mrs Preston 1JssHngcr hest jnr carrots Mrs Julia Mullen JMra Mike MeMeni inen Fiuits Beat jar cherries Jfrs Wayno llin rthaw Mrs Alike McJTcnlinen host jar strawberries Mrs T O CorrigMi Mra Iaden Smith host jar rsiKpbtr ries Jfrs Wayne llinshaw Mrs T O cst jar canned beef Mrs Miko McMenlmen best jnr canned pork Mrs T O Mrs Padun Stntth eniltrofdevy white Mrs C Arlams oniiiroidery colored MIH Sol borp Sr Mrs 1illa Bicon tatted work Mrs C Adams iu braided rny Mrs C Adams cro cJiotod rug IT II AhoKtf crochot iiifi whiter MLH C Adanis Mrs Pres ton TCsslinscr buffet wet Kallilccn All Knjifls Had Uue to the inipassablo roaOw nnsot llod weather etr daily a nee was small or thi n nf prevltms yfars but i crowd attended tbo ovc mertings A motion ma do and srcondod that tlio Instil n to for tho four toun Uos be held attain next year The pres ent institute committee was renppoint ml with Jim Dougherty prosirlont Jim Corrigan vice Dan fc secretary and Miko Mc rjiitighlln treasurer A tattooing demonstration was priv cn hy Paul and Joe KJrk of Cerrn Gordo enmity and the vari ous talks were given mostly hy ox ports from Amea and county a pen Is SCHOOL SURVEY BEING PLANNED M E Board Undertakes to Learn Status of Educa tional Units CHICAGO Leb 7 nation wide inventory ot 136 schools colleges urul universities designed to reveal the status at educational enterprises span sured by tlit Methodist Eiscopal church took initial form today at the closiiiy session of iliu board of ecitica ttuns Lhruetlay uitieiiiij FiiLts dfKcludeU by the survey will bo used by tlio bonvd lo guide its entire tUucaUoiiiil A survey cum mltiiio was Crcutiuti of a coLUKO for Negroes combining arts medicine and L liospiial discussed in a proposal lo mcTHO Mow Orleans university Straight colkyt a Congregational In stitutions and IlinLGuudriUte hospi lal ind nurses school A com mittee WUEJ limned to arrango the con solidation movo o ratee a fund for Negro education was aproved An nouncement was made oC a gift of S3UO000 by tho general education board to college Marshall Tex as conditional on a like amount be ins raised by the college Members oC tho educational survey rojjimlUeo appointed are Bishop Thomas Nicholson of IDeiroil presi dent FroilfMMc C KisLleu of Clarretl lijJiKail institute Kvanslon UK F resi dent John L Soaton of Albion Mich igan college President Ralph 13 Pntc of Buck snort Maine aeniinavy lr Arlo A Brown president of the University of and presi dentelect ot Drew university Dotni Hayninnd A Kent of North western university nml Dr Oharlrs If Judd iliiretor oC tho school ot education III at Nora Springs NORA SPHINGS Feb Stickney Is 111 with flupneumonia Ills mother Mrs V Stickney nan called 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