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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                jsfASUN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY FEB Ig19g9 THEEE A LM Syndicate Office East State Street Telephone Humbert M Z8 It WILL F W EARL Editor LBB P LOOMiSButineu Manager CERRO GOKDO CO REPUBLICAN 1861 Weekly GlobeEstablished May 1882 Globe Established October 1890 The Mason Oty TlmM Founded to luued Every Week Day Artwnoon by MASON CITY GLOmMMZETTE COMPANY MEMItEK OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press eicliulvely to the us for publication of dUpatchM eredlted to It or not otherwise credited In tkii paper and also all loca news published herein Official Paper fa the City and County SUBSCRIPTION RATES In MMon City and Clear Lake Dally Daily per week OutsMe of Mason City and Cfoar Lake Dally per year by carrier Dally per week by carrier 1 Dally per year by mall months 226 3 months J1J6 1 1 Outside 100 mile zone dully per yeartOO 6 months 3 months Si75 ONE SOURCE OF NERVOUSNESS THERE la sometimes real nervousness Usually this is not the case Most people who nuffor from nervousness suffer because thoy are not ure themselves They are atodds with themselves They In midst of a mental conflict They know which way they ought to go but feel not strong enough to move They are holding to practices which thoy know they should discontinue One part of nature within them la out of harmony with the other part In the mlds ot conflict In the refusal to surrender what ia bad and ba content with what Is what they really he Here to be are tense and nervous The malaflj Is quitecurable without medicine tho not always with out difficulty ana much patience European diplomats dont like Mr Hoovers trip to South America which Is sufficient evidence that it must have been a pretty good tiling THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY Advertising Hates Furnished on Application Entered at the PoBtofflco at City Iowa Second Class Matter that eats till lie Is sick must fast till he Is I EDISON ANSWERS SOME QUESTIONS HIS birthday at Fort Myers Florida the other day Thomas A Edison 82 was at home to newspaper men By prearrangement he was to answer questions as they were put to him in writing The event was an nounced some time in advance and it is to be assumed that the questions were pondered over to a considerable extent by the questioners Answers of course were more extemporaneous as to expression altho they re flected to a considerable extent the philosophy developed j by this most remarkable ma This Is a special department rtovotcd solely to tlio handling of queries This paper puls ut your disposal tto services of an extensive orgnniznlion in Washing ton to5 serve you in any capacity Hint relates to in formation This service is free Failure to make uso of it deprives yon of benefits to which you are en titled Your obligation is only 2 cents in coin or slumps inclosed with your inquiry for direct reply Address the GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frenerc J Has hn Director Washington D C f an ot four score and twcN years On the whole this list of questions and their if answers from the renowned Inventor struck the writer as being about the most Interesting one may refer to the matter as has developed In i recent months Press associations did not present them ft m their entirety and we give space for them herewith j Q Will increased natlona1 prosperity come dur 5 ing the Hoover administration A Yes i Q What are tho dangers if any of the Increas ing stock speculation A Ultimate panic loss of confidence Q Is it truo that you have found a plant which a promises to solve the rubber production problem ot 5 the United States and do you hope to develop it this winter A I have found over 1200 plants to produce rubber he replied About forty of them will be cul tivated on a large scale CJ Will the various electric lights now used for medical treatment be utilized for elimination to bring a greater era ot healtii in sections ot the country where people are forced to llvo indoors for a consid erable period of the year A Thats an awful question Its too ridiculous aimwer Q Would it be advisable to appropriate an addl onal for prohibition enforcement tbe TTnltciStates try to have the most Q be built in parity with England is your formula for a happy life am not acnualntcd with anyone who Is A I happy Q Do you believe that Intelligent reading and home study can take the place ot the high tension college education A If the boy has ambition he doesn t need to go to college Q Itow will the approaching machine age affect the moral and physical living conditions the so called working class oE people A Very favorably Q Has radio Improved In the past year and what do you see for the future A Improvements are being made continually It Is Improbable that static will ever be eliminated Q Have recent developments In aviation changed your opinion of air travel ever becoming as popular as auto travel A No my opinion Is not changed Q What one thine is most Important to Incorpo rate Intothe curriculum of a man training for leader ship A Capacity for leadership is born In man Q What cbiiracterlstic of yotih is most likely to make hiin a prospective leader A When a boy around 15 or 16 ia found trying all kinds of experiments h6 shows ambition nnd the will to work This boy is safe for a good career Q Should there be municipal ownerships of pub A Municipalities should not own or conduct the public utilities but they should control their opera What Is your opinion of what electricity ma chinery and mans genius will make the world fifty or n hundred years from now A Wo have no idea what the future will bring forth There is no limit We dont know a millionth ot one per cent of what the elements can produce Are those tho questions you would have asked hart you been doing the interrogating And how closely do the answers tally with those you would have given Q Has the Iloosevelt Memorial park been com pleted B T A It Is not done yet It Is hoped that all of the grading and most of the plalntlng at this Oyster bay mem orial will he finished by next fall How many chicles are hatched in commercial hatcheries 15 B H A About 500000000 Q Wliafc was tho first best seller written by an Indana author T S A Ben Hur by Gen Lew Wallace published In 1SSO Q I have been old Hint such a thing is possible as raining angle worms und am wrifiiiK you Inquiring whether or not this is true B J U A The Smithsonian Institution says there is no foun atlon In fact for th superstition that worms descend vith tho rain They are already in cracks and crevices t the earth The descending moisture washes them out caving them exposed upon the ground Q How much window space will thero be In the sales corridors of the Merchandise Mart in Chicago M S A Six and ahalt miles of plate glass windows will Ino the sales corridors of this building It will have four million touare oC floor space Q What is tlie origin of tlie name ToxasT T R A The aborigines who occupied that part of the country had a term tejas which meant allies or friendly The early Spaniards Interpreted it as a tribal name and used it us a placa name With tho English it took the form Texas Q Docs person ever have scarlet fever R sec ond time J D M A Occasionally Q When and where dirt the IriKgest forest fire occur in the United States W F K A The Mlrimichl fire In 1925 covered the largest territory 3000000 acres In Maine and New Brunswick Canada Fcshitigo fire In 1871 in Wisconsin covered 1280000 acres In August 1510 the Great Idaho fire cov ered 2000000 acres Q What do the French call radio S H A They speak of tho T E F This stands for tele graphls sous fils which means telegraphy without wire I Why iloesnt the force of tlio earth whirling thru space at 19 miles second blow us all away F T A Tho atmosphere of the earth Is a part of the earth and moves along with the solid part under the ac tion of the earns forces that Tieep the solid part In mo tion Q Must a violinist ue the vibrato to produce R good tone on tho violin or can n good clear tone he produced liy using a straight liow und pressing the flnccrs firmly on he strings nnd do all professional violinists uso tile vibrato or is it just a fantastic Idea among ordinary violinists M R A According to a book entitled The Violinist s Lexi con by George Iiehmaivn published by the Bartels Pub lishing company New York City The vibrato one ot tho most beautiful and important toneeftects In violin playing often degenerates into a disease either difficult to control or hopelessly incurable Long before the pupil has acquired skill In any di he Is capable of playing a scale in three octaves and before he has acquired control over the technics ot bowing he tries ungulded and unenlightened to utilize the vibrato Whether he docs so simply be causo he attempts to Imitate othev violinists without ap preciating the purpose ot tlie vibrato or whether he vague realizes tho possibilities ot this tonebeaulltier and EIGHT DAYS AFTER THS tOCAt SHOW WAS PUT ON BUDTZ WAS 5ETTG ADVICE ON HOW To THE PIACK FROM HIS B4CE Washington Police Would Present CleanedUp Gityj i Recent Drive Against Gamblers Reflects Desire to Be i Ready for Inauguration Next Month j Jty CHARLES P STUWAIIT ASIMNGTON Feb have been doing their best lately to clean up Washington In readiness for next months pres idential immsura tion festivities Among others four gamblers were caught and convicted lUcrcy in mod eration was of fered the m by Chief Justice Me Coy of the District oC Columbia sit preme court i they would snitch wholesale or Washington gam ins untl Gamesters The hardened cul UNCQLM p r i t s preferre rlson lo squealing and each got thrco of the formor TO the scnsa local underworlds perverted tho uuartetn part appealed as very noble 11 wus resolved to pull oft a benefit performance In one of the cap ital thtatcrs to help their respective families Seemingly tlieiifamilies needed it Anyway tho wife of one of the cap lives had been evicted from her homo with her six KinEillish children and the even o them were camped on a mat tressin the street In IS or 20dcRrre weather vhen some tonsil eggs who knew tlm womans husband rcsci and sheltered them here was no room for more on the The house was packed Fly cops say every bootlegger raa 111 lout racketeer gangster crook ind nearcrook in Washington and Baltimore was on hand his frail with oullo a few came from as far as 1hilly and Manhattan Also there wero a lot of nominally respec table peoplo who either wero merely curious or really felt sorry for those gamblers families Tho affair netted five grand an9 several centuries over i question Is 1 Was this blowout a beautiful Il lustration of tho fellowship of In underworld circles Or was It a horrible example of thi national capital contempt tor law urtlcr morality nnd decency T JSTEN to somn of the comment Lj It tho benefit seemed to mo rather a dlsgustliJi demonstration T nnt understand why thereshould much appreciation of what thoss four convicted gamblers itor Arthur Capper of Kansas ehnlr nan of tho sejuitos District of Co umbia committee1 In my opinion the performance ivas staged to create a falsa public sentiment in the trial ot Attorney William H Collins who prosecuted the four gamblers To contribute to a fund to Rid in defeating intent and purposes of the law is not good MnJ Ktlwln B Hesse police snnyn tendcnt of Washington Diet and Health By Lnla Qnot M D AiMrea Inqnlriu to Dr fcun ou tilobcUlzelte ud uciote itamped selfaddressed envelope Sign name u evidence t4 pod failh Send 10 ceiU ia cola U TO wish Reducing ud uaiiuag Pamphlet OTHER EDITORS If ma DAILY FOUNDATION DIET GIVEN you are more nervous while dieting to reduce U may indicate that you are not dieting intelligently Usually ono feels better in every way while on a reduc ing diet Do you get tho foundation diet In reducing Ill run this again for U is a gootl foundation for the diet of everyone reducing or not FIRST At least a half pound of some watery vege tables tho green leaf vegetables arc especially lettuce spinach celery asparagus watercress beet top Peters Adventures A Dally Bedtime Btory By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT THE UNINVITED GUESTS PETliR was surprised at Mother Grouses words He and Sir Partridge had never met that ho knew ot Why when did I disturb him asked Peter I avent seen nny other Partridge but you since I entered department ot the college hose woods Then he remembered something ho had iuwcvorj uses tho A on its sweat almost forgotten irtsi benefit ivns a corking success Actors nnd actorinos of every lc ot excellence musicians dancers vaudcvlllalns of all sorts and botl save their services gratis until HONEST to gosh dear render in the simplicity ot my heart I would havo taken the other Hide In tills 1 bale until I heard ths contrary argu mrnts Now T see I was wront Bill at that any time 1 find mysaU np against it for a friend in need Ill cast my vote Cor some tenderhearted burglar AM15S OK IOWA STATE i Fort Uougo Messenger Sometimes its culled Ames college and other times Hs culled lowi State collese latter is its official name DID VICTIM OF CIRCUMSTANCES Uiivnnporl Ihjmocrat ikhvin 1eiih5 former sccretry of thcj navy was an esteemed citizon ot Dutruit whom IlfSUleut Warren G HluxliicK ap pulntvd to his original cabinet March it was Mr Dennys misfortune i upon the SOMIB In Wuslilnslon loncs to acquire Is a question which reciu res no solution What we do know with certainty is that all young players wait for no Instruction In vibratoplaying but attempt to acquire It even before they understand Us truo musical significance or the physical act which a good vibrato reiulres A good vibrato beautifies and Intensifies tone a poor vibrato vitiates tone For further information it Is suggested that you con sult the reference mentioned above O Are foreigners employed in our postal service r G A All must be American citizens Your BROADWAY By Walter Winchell And Mine cooked or uncooked without fat up proximately 00 C SECOND A haltpound oC othe bceta onions parsnips and 300 C without fit THIRD MO to 300 calories ofj fruit Goodsized orange apple pear C each Best to take largo I share of tho vegetables uod fiultsj FOURTH At least one pint of skim or buttermilk In some drinks in cooking or cheese Toil need it for lime and complete pro tein FIFTH One medium small pota to 100 C OK ono large slice whole wheat bread onehalt Inch thick same number ot calories OR two thirds cup or cereal 1C you have starchy or sugary desserts omit these SIXTH One to two teaspoonfuls cod liver oil 35 cal ories or two to four cod liver oil tablets practically o or one tablespoonful butler 100 or equiv alent in your supply of vitamin A SEVENTH Protein You must havo more protein besides what you get in tho milk so take three to four ounces of very lean meat or fish or eggs 150 to 200 C What I have outlined comes approximately to SOO1000 C That will leavo you quite a lew more calories for tho things you like But I advifo you nut to take sweets and fats because it is best to learn not to care for Jhem Arrange your meals and menus to suit yourself Have you our pamphlet of Instructions on how to gain and loso weight See column rules you con eat oranges and drink milk nt the o same meal Orange juice makes mill more easily digested Was your husband that queer brown stump that scul wearing sweaters pernaps it has ready started The situation has become confusing to people living otitslrto the slate Dl Ilon bohinri Hint rector ot Athletic Metcatf tree boy and peek utofslato peoplo think there out from behind it you can seo all that HUNT PETEKS M D 8oingr on It hat dont move I ho Stirling Part rid go every time The children and I ivill slant in front of that tree so that it the cocks see anything it will us If you dont itiulovsUind a n y thing you see ask l Hlnto Agitation has been started to rhaiiKO tho athletic insignia from A The chinge In insignia might help lo clear up contusion existing in the jminds oC people living out ot Ihc state nonces klol R wouM take many years of propaganda to Bet lown people over the habit of calling It Ames And after all what the mutter with Ames college us tho of ficial name By making it so wouldnt lhat be the simplest way to handle the matter The name Ames is dis tinctive while calling it Iowa State is loss con tl ulwavs hound to be more or mo only be surei futn jowa seems destined that you Iowlv nnd 1 will tell you whatovcr abont it JLJJIVIIIIpurL illports and landing fields for alr icsiiipq iiunlnst Californias 113 Be Denby Wis dihonest He evidently was an lioncsl man out of place slow or thot fn comparison with the company of BOKCtters with which ho wui sur who knew whnl liiny and wero proceeding to grt U Mr Denby appeared confiiflfif and hardly knowing what ivaK going on in jomparlaon with some of the ileiulil fhnnrt politicians who surrounded Ir Hunllng Tic signed I ho navy oil eases that Fallhad and ifl llepeil to hiivo been generously jinEcl or and tho ensuing prohen cseeinel tn stahlLsh the fact thnr Mr TJenby did lot know wlilt It was all about Since hi4 resignation after jvcr throe years cabinet service ho ias boon back nt nctrnit Interested in ocal affairs and popular for thn iatliev inostentattons part that lie look in hem neighbors will havo many ood worcls to say to him flnil will in that hr was n bettor man than the others of tile group who got him into lt now All right tlumks 7 ever so much said the boy gratefully Jlefrjro th worn onl wonls of his GUOWTII OF AIRPORTS Davenport Democrat losva has tweon comes Texas with 101 Pennsyl vania with S3 Ohio with Illinois I 1 THE VALUE OF HUMILITY A MAN whose life had been a good example once said I think a food rule U to be severe with yourself and liberal with otheru He might have added that a man who Drags about his goodness who thinks klmself high and mighty In nil superior behavior rarely has a good influence on anybody He lacks the spirit of humil ity Unless one can be humble as ho looks over hia own life and the lives of those he knows unless he can ap preciate the handicaps of another the struggle which another may be making he is not a real or a helpful friend It he simply parades himself as a high and mighty example what a man ought to be his influence Is little SHIRKING LEADERSHIP THERE is no larger and more deadly failure than the failure to assume the leadership of which one Is capable There are of course few people who really havo the capacity for leadership Most ot us do well If wo can moke a fair Job of following But thero are men and women who are competent for leadership For them to iihlrk Is immeasurably worse than for the Incompetent leadership to be as they are The trouble Is that many knowing their capacity for leadership care more for comfort than for doing a real part received your urLiule on tlie tvoatmcnl ot falling hair FAILURE OF ORGANIZATION TH13 real failure of much organization work lies in tha refusal ot the members of an organization to feel personal responsibility for corporate action They are glad enough to have their names on the roll of all sorts ot or ganizations that stand for all sorts of things but they are not willing to bear any real part personally or accept any actual responsibility Such persons merely encumber nn organization They menu nothing and less than nothing to Its life and usefulnov BW YORK Feb credit Norma Talmadge the moom pitcher star with it It concerns two fellows who rep resented the front and hind legs ot a horse In a picture now being completed in Hollerwood The lad doing the front legs interrupted tho proceedings by suddenly removing part of the horse makeup and shouting to the director Say do I get screen credit for this Absolutely of course retorted the impatient megaphone juggler To which the chap doing the hind legs chirped Whatever you lo dont give me any screen credit I dont want to be known as a type RECENTLY U was recorded In This Town of Ours that a lad who nn Joyed an Immense rep AS columnist for a western rag waa in New York distributing phono direc tories Since then we learned whyHtf heart a stock actress stranded him to accept a local stage job and tho separation drove him mad TIo followed her here but she kept Riving him tho wellknown prairie and finally instructed the stage doorman to keep him out Ills paper believing him on a holiday urged him to return but he Ignored the plea The gel Is a bit of a ham with high aspirations and cant bo bothered The night her show premiered how ever ho discovered he was down to his last dollnp nml a quarter but he spent ninety centimes of It to sentl her a telegram wishing her luck At present he Is dusting plates and doing other duties demanded of a bus boy in u Coffee Pot directly across from the stage entrance of her theater for which he rales two bucks per night The first twenty years are the oddest la right FLIP quips by Wayne G llalsley Wives of great men all remind us ot it I and want Xosay that I have been very srcatly Irene fitted t was not able to scrub my scalp with a brush every day as it was inclined to make it sore but I dm it once a week and used n salvo generally white vaseline My hair Is coming in thicker than it was before ami altho it was curly always it curls much more than it did O In beginning to scrub your scalp with your bushes you should begin very gently and gradually increase In vigor and the length of time Tho scalp needs a daily cleansing otherwise the dally ecallngs and dandruff results This may produce thinning antl graying mouth MolhciPartridge hail taken her stand in front ot the tree her babies grouped about as still slatucs nnxious not to miss a bit of the interesting per formance That is all the little Partridges except were with their mother Peter missed him but hearinpr u faint noise turned Ills head and there at his side tlood tlio rhip Mother would be sure to scold me If T Innjjhcrt at father antl his friends so T stayed back with you sos I could lough if I wanted to whispered the yuiinsstor st look at those oltl fellows will you All puffed out Ice of thcmsclvov as can be Silly things et mother says that one clay 1 shall act just so I dont ellevo it Ive got more sense POEMS THAT LIVE When in Roms do tho Romans A fool and his money are some party It Is more blessed to give than receive a dig Only the brave desert the fnir TIs onlnctl love that mnkes tlio world go round expression MAKGAHET AND IIOItA Thomas Campbell 17171841 Margarets urts Neer draw form completer Yet why in my heart of hearts Hold I Doras sweeter Doras eyes of heavenly blue Pass nil the paintings reach ninptloves notes aro discord to Tlie music of her speech Artists Mirgnretssmile receive Antl on canvas show It But for perfect worship leavo Dora to her poet Next CiilteWiilldiig in the Clearing FKmiUARY 1000 Representatives of tho Northwestern cinliarrasslnc ngton situation at Wash LOTTERIES Muscalino Joiirnnl On u light it ropntnble station recent with 00 Oklahoma with 1C and ork with Here is ono lino of activity in whluV vow Kimland ranks well clown the 1st obviously it is not because o lack ot interest in aviation hut ut C the mountainous natur if tlm terrain which has meant less lying vud fowor airports HO far limn n oilier portions of the country The deal conditions are hero in ihe Middle so far is Ihe advantages if level Irrraiu nm help irallfornia ind Hie JViciflc ooasl huvo developed faHtor cm account 01 climate wealth and a lisposlLion on the part imiouriclng that an nutomobilo would bo given nway a show In a neirby Imvn Jucky nunlber free chance anil nil the other ballyhoo at tendant upon sneli nrrri was In evi dence Now you coulrlnt do lhat In a newspaper nnd get with It at Icnst not fin The pnnt jffice department his ruled PH to have all Ilie qualllleM a lattry promotion nnd unilcr Mm nw a publication indulging In that gentle livcrsim be barreil from the inails Heavy fines may nlso V out by the federal So far as we can ascertain of tlio people to get into the air nt once The department of commerce re ports a totnl of 1 124 ilrports nnd flying fields well established at the end of last year nnd 8S4 more pro posed Pennsylvania Is already pre puring 65 more JnliCornla fifl New Vork GO Texas lil Ohio 15 Michigan 45 mil Illinois 37 The interest bcliiR taken in tills subject is n Tuir criterion of the pru MTCsslvc spirit of any state such restrictions bind radio nor nvfi there enough others to list in a boklct States ccmenl lant nre In the city They iro W T Mnthan Jilil G ri Vatts of Jackson iUieh and arc here looking over the g plant just prior to its resumption of business after a cw weeks shutdown for iepalrs W E Brice and F 1 lianlon arc home from a few ays business In Chicago Mason City woke up this morning with a now post f flee i In fact Last lliBht a force consisting of the post master tlio assistant tho clerks and some of tlie carriers vorkcd all night to Ret things in readiness for Ihe public his morning Every one wiis supplied with tboiimail to he tick of the watch as usual today from one of Iho finest offices In many ways in the Mate of Imvn 1 osi1 rYankllnV master Kotcholl headed Ihe gang who worked all mankinds rippriviation of sclcn Dthcra wero Oscar Wilcox Scammon Claronco j Franklin the oiUstnntllnc scion oomei Ctlrtlss Vclland licit Bhinchard mcl If IX Ilmvjilst of his lav and Kilison ell At midnight Mrs Kotchcll served cuffeo and Is si ill dnvoloplnpr new A RICH lintnn Herald In a humtroil years evolution probably will produce a benefaclinof humanity than Thomas A Kclison but that will not illm the fame of the wizard of East FMisjons aehirvcments in rlertricity make Kiankllns feat witli kilo nni kfy seem small by comparison but glory grows apace with STEINBIl3 EVIL FORCES Sioux Clly Journal Dr Edward A Stelner has a substitute trlology for I ho world the rlesh and tlm politics the show pirl nnd tlio prcia nny rate a report of a Sunday ev In Dos ijin with such an enumeration of evil forces of modern limes The Minslialltown TimesllcpiiblicTn suggeststhat the good spoke himself Wo to thfs theory If It wero the rioc ors first It Is not Mv ty now and Ilien ho says aliont tho press that Is not exactly nice It seems to lie an obsession with him We suspect the cooil doctnr likes to sen his name in typo and ho has discovered that an almost sure fire way to set it thoro Is to lambast the pros and the cigars were handed out by the postmaster Tlio next thing to Come Mason way un doubtedly is tho National Fank Kxamincr 13d Clan Is n candidate and lint nil the qualifications to make good one In case ho is appointed Kred Itlnkc atamls tho best rhanco In bo appointed county ilcrlc Everyone Is joining the Commercial chib who has a spark of interest in Mason Citys prosperity Tills wo I a special campaign for members will be promulgated nnil everv ono will lilio an opporlunity to join and no one is xpected to say no IJ C Keclrr If just homo from Chicago where lie has been In touch with several enterprises and later in the week there will bo thing tangible lo give out A C Krlckson of Hrf X t Nebr is In the cily and has purchased tlie foal sliodt blisiliess nf tllR North Iowa Uimbrr company which is located in tins Central yards ind will begin Imslnifs on his own account Thestore room on Soulh Main slroct next the block biiii ivntcd to lyle Kirk who Is rnnntiii lh Unique dye wovks on Wiisliington streul and he will oc cuuv the ulace Aiiiii 1 nllons to make life movn enjovili antl to he time nf man lint wer electric lislll his nnly Klft lo Ilie world he could look hnrlc upon rich heiHaire m this bis eighty bhthilay THIS SIMIMO T1CST TolcKraph It you pour It into a paper drinkini 011 p It UiosTit cat its way thru tlio lotttim you can drinU it it is prrUy air lint if it Koes right on thru vithont slopping ynuM ilo well in it askilHe say in our set THK IH Albert Tta Tribuiir Mvcrx rno proli has hranl ami rrail nt the 411 that nre tho of Tie farm boys nnd and have won no doubt about tho tlie pcrullfir name It Is lifst ox by the club plrilfre whlfh Is I My M rlcarrr thinking My HEAHT to loyally My IIANOS lo IITKOI service and My IIBMTIl lo bellrr llvlnc Vor rlub nvv community my LOtinUv ONEMINUTE PULPIT Whfio K Is tlieio the firo jrncHi otii o wlitMo tliTo Is no talc heaver the sirifn ocusrth As conls are to Miming coals utul to Vivo Rf is ri conlon Itans man in Ut tulle Prov1 orbs sxvl 2U 21 S   

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