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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY FEB 15 1929 FIVE pancakes Theres a PKEE 12oz sample bag waiting fen yon at yonr grocers it u I Sfiiil IViiniilvc Flour Jack Sprat PANCAKE FLOUR KITCHEN VLENZEH Every Day Finds New Uses for Kitchen Klenzer 85 SCHOOLS IN ORATORY MEET owa Division of National Contest to Hold Tryouts March 8 DES MOINES Feb 15 ve Iowa high schools have entered he lowu division of the sixth national nd fourth international oratorical ontest on the subject or the United tales constitution Prof James J FIderlick head of the lepartment of speech at Drake unl who is director on the contest or Iowa declared today that this Is he largest number which ever partici pated In an Iowa contest It is four imes the number who took part in 1928 he said First eliminations in the contest will be held Friday March 8 when each school will select the student to repre sent It in th6 county contests to be held March 22 Each of the county winners will be given a scholar ship to Drake university and be al lowed to take part in the district con tests All students must write original ora tions on the subject of the contest The schools entered Adair AMcn Ankcny Altoona Ames Bondurant Blocktoii Cherokee Chariton Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson high schools ot Council Bluffs Clinrlcs City Cam bridge four res Molnes high schools Davenport BasleGrove Furrar Gil moro City Grimes Garden Grove Harper Humholdt Hedrick Hamp ton Kent Marshalltown Ivlanson Murray Marble Rock Newton Oska loosa Ocheycdan Ottumwa Polk City Rockwell City Rock Rapids Rock ford Runnels Ringsted Shenandoah Unionville Valley Junction West high of Waterloo Mason City Tripoli Discover Arsenal Thot For Use Against Rule of Austrian Officials VIENNA Feb 15 email ar senal possibly intended for use in a coup detat against the Christian so cialist regime of Chancellor Selpe was in the hands police today Three hundred rifles some machine uns army telephones and 30000 rounds of ammunition were taken In a raid on tho headquarters of the social ist organization for defense of the re public and republican workingmens union The arsenal was hidden in un delground chambers Socialist claims that a police permit allowed possession of the arms for self defense was countered by police with the statement that permits did not provide for such on amount as was disclosed Forest City Womans Club Department Is Sponsor of Musicale FOREST CITY Feb Mu sic and Play Production department of the Womans club gave a musicals at the high school auditorium Tuesday night Tho program opened with a group ot songs by the high school Blrla glee club which is directed by Miss Alice Dragatedt Miss Ella Hillan of Waldorf san and the program closed with the ren dition ot tho cantata JRip Van Winkle which was sung by Mrs Jay Brooker and the Misses Alice Drag stedt and Alice Howard and pan tomimed by Miss Ruth RaCfety as Rip Inez Malcolmson as Dame Win kle Frances Jacobson as the little olfl man of the elen Anna Butcher Inez Jennings and Helen GJadefald as the burglers Warren Brooker Hope Ann Ilca Kathleen Hen and Darwin Lor More Popular Every Da if not from this package it is not the ORIGINAL SHRE WHEAT ce 1893 Morton Colfax Colo GiInnell Jordan Kellogg Ltscomb lako Parlt LeGrand Montour Nevada Stovy Cits Sisourney Toledo Tama Corn ins Dana Grand Junction Jefferson Kesivick Spencer Woodward Dale land Chelsea Lenox Dysart Missouri Valley and Gladbrook Prince of Wales Pays His Father Visit at Seashore BOGXOn Sussex Ens Feb 16 IF Prince of Wales today paid his royal father his first visit since the hitters removal last week to Cralgwell ILOUSC The prince motored here this morn ins from Southampton where he ar rived earlier by boat after a one day stay in Prance lie came In a closed car which lie drove himself his fav oriteCairn terrier by bis side Ho found tlie kinfj ctolngr well In his new quarters despite the cold weather handicap The official report said his majesty had passed a good night anO his condition remained sat isfactory Tho prince first sought Ills mother Queen Mary and then went to his fathers room be remained for some time Ho planned to return to London ly atitomobllo this afternoon Free i To Uteri of SunliteJell with it fUvor ol Frtih Rip Fruit This mold li mad of heiry aluminum highly polished Capacity nearly i nunrt Ose It far talsds dejiertu baking ote Write for Free Mold Offers and describing this na many other Freo Aluminum Molds Sunlile Co Waukcihu Wit Grocers everywhere sell SunlitTll son as the village children and Mrs Bert Klosters dog Dlaved the part of Rips dog Wolf Mrs C B Robinson pave an onu synopsis preceding each part of tho cantata Its hard to decide whether this gen eration abolished hell or just antici pated Review ounces fullsize biscuits The year round natural health fdod health in everyTbiscuit Warni and serve with hot milk on cold days CMILOKCM WHC CAN PAINT WILL WANT TO SAVE PAPER INSERTS IN SHREDDED WHEAT PACKAGES finer flavor JL everything you biscuits bread Pillsburys Best Flour made from the right kind of wheat xii 7 ACTIHO MINUTES TO TO And remember too that you are through there are no failures no bakingabecauae everything comes from the oven light and raised Try the famous Calumet Biscuit Recipe Of course every body will wont more of but you wont mind because they can be made in a jiffy MAKES BAKING EASIER JtfClPK SmtUlboiTte Insr I leva vpoooa 1 H mflk I tciipoan Mlt Sttt rtoar baking powder tfft tUrte timer Rubiborttmlngln with for k or milk mix IlithUr turn no t on wel I tloarffrt hoard roU or pat I Inch thick Cut antl bake In quick CALUMET THE WORLDS GREATEST BAKING POWDER SALES TIMES THOSE OF ANY OTHER BRANC GETS FOR FALSE ARREST Kossuth Sheriff Expected to Appeal Fenton Robbery Case Under Way AIX30NA Fcb Jury In tho case of Ixiyal Gingrich vs Siier ifl L B Hovey for 55000 damages Cor alleged wrongful arrest after dell berating for 13 hours brot in a ver dict ot 100 and costs amounting to 521T75 It in said there will either be a mo tion to set aside the verdict on the ground that It Tyas not warranted by the evidence motion for a new trial or an appeal to the supreme court The case of Judso Quarton against tbe Cook lieirs for attorneys fcea be gan at 4 oclock Wednesday and con tinued thru Thursday and was given to the jury at 5 oclock p m Tho Jury is composed of Hazel Keen Arnold Krause Josle Boarsch William Franke A F Melz Maude Melson Frank Johnson Emil StoefCel M E Johnson Floyd Bacon Isorman An derson anfl Beulab Shuell Tlie casa of tho alleged Fenton robber Jolin Ttobinson Indicted by the state was to begin tills mornins with the drawing of a Jury It Is ex pected that this trial will a num ber of days and will draw an immense amount of Interest DUNSTIPATION THE CAUSE OF BAD SKIN Get Natural Belief With Kelloggs ALLBEAN Rid yourself of constipation I The longer it lingers the greater tha poisons it sends through your body poisons which can undermina your health and lead to many seri ous diseases The work of constipation shows i n the f a pasty or sallow cheeks dark circles It brings aches Causes spots before the eyes Unpleasant breath But you can get prompt relief and prevent it Begin eating Kellotfgs ALLBKAN today After all else has failed thon sand a have regained their health with Kellogss ALLBBAN Be cause it is 100 bran it is 100 effective Partbran products bring only part results Doctors recommend KelloggB ALLBRAN is guaran teed Just eat two tablcspoonfuls daily chronic cases with every meal Readytoserve witK milk or cream You will like its crispness and flavor Use it in cooking Sprin kle into soups Mado by Kellogg in Battle Creek Served by hotels restaurants dining cars Sold by all grocers Thornton High School Orators Take Part in Annual Declam Contest THORNTON Feb local de clamatory contest was held In the school auditorium Wednesday night Those taking part In the oratorical division were Harold Boothroyd TToxv aixl Brogsui James Forsyth nnrt Don aid James 3 tlio dmrnntic class were Alice Collins Helen Harlwigr Doro thy and Jimion Peterson li the humorous division were Vera GnUlbcrff JFarsTiet InCclt and Gwet halyn James Forsyth won first place nnd Brogan second place in tlie Ltorlcfii diviijion Dorothy Painter won Cirst and Alice Collins second place In the dramatic division Mar garet Jnfelt won ftrst pace and Gwet lialyn Wcnzcl second place in tho hu morous division 1he judges werrv from Clear and were Nclllo Jones Myrtle man and Mrs Gvaco Humphrey orchestra furnished music ALLBRAN Oul The McCreery Nominated Clarion Postmaster to Serve Second Term CLAItlOX Feb hns been recclvcil in Clarion ot tho nomination Samuel A McCroery as postmaster on recommendation of CoiiBrcssniiin T J n Robinson of Hampton This is Mr McCrecrys sec ond term ns postmaster Clarion High School Annual Shows Promise CLARION Fc high school annual Tlio IScha promlaea to excel any annual ever produced by tlio local school Wayne McCoy is eclltorlnclilcf with Mfss Dorothy Nngle assistant editor Practically all tho bUHlnesB houses of Clarion Imvo contracted for advertising space In tho pinlea campaign tlie juniors won tho pennant wilh 65 per cent oC the drifts buying annuals The faculty advisor for the under tahinj la Miss Frances McGrew in fitructoiof English Cheer for the Home Team Theres health and strength for a perfect goal in a loaf of Purity Bread Toast for breakfast Sand wiches for lunch Fluffy light slices for dinner Saturday AH Cookies 2 dozen 25c Also a fresh line of fine pastries of all kinds Hot Cross Buns PURITY BAKERY Phone 86 216 So Federal PHONE 69X 105 SO FEUE1SAI AVB TILL 12 OCLOCK SATURDAY Pork Shoulder Roast All Day Specials PORK LOIN ROAST15c BEEF POT ROAST18c PORK BUTTS HEARTS PORK12c BRAINS 2 pounds15c SLICED LIVER 7c BACON Milwaukee FRANKFURTERS 18c These Prices in Effect Friday 2 P M DAMONIGOU CO MENU Dine at the DamonIgou Co Tea Garden Satur day night Dinner 5 until DINNER NO Fruit Cocktail or Crabmeat Coektal Roast Duck Dressing Cranberries Masked Potatoes Gravy Buttered Asparagus Tlpa Hot Parker House Rolls Butter Fancy Apple Salad Choice of Date Puddlns with Whip Cream Persian Sherbet ana Cake lee Cream and Cake Chocolate Parfalt Coffee Tea MIllc DINNER NO Same as above only Roast Loin of Pork New Merchandise the coming spring season is arriving now daily you are most cor dially invited Come and see fashionable dress fabrics hand bags Hosiery Drapery Fabrics Elizabeth Arden Venetian toilet prepara tions Woodworth toilet ries complete Bath Rugs all col ors fast Lamp Shades en tirely different plain linen Dress Fabrics leading colors Youre Welcome to Look Come in SHEPARD FARM LOANS MR LAND OWNER During the last nineteen years this otflce has loaned more than ten million dollars to farmers In Northern lown and Southern Minnesota We navs a large number of loan companies that give us exception ally good norvlce Drop us a line ani let ug know jrour requirements Our loana are made on the regular riveyear plan and also on the amor tization plan with liberal prepayment options and nt lowest Interest rates We also handle city loans on good Mason City property and have some mortgages for eala to Investors Long Ph No Z84I85 MASON CITY IOWA Hooms 601513 Two steaming cups of coffee made in the same way after the same recipe with the same amount of coffee sugar and cream But here the like ness ends A generous sip of each and you instantly certainly is an ocean of difference What aroma what full flavor what mellow richness of taste in the first And the other Something missing seems flat lacking in flavor Why The secret the reason for the difference is first was made from N ASHS HERMETIC TOASTED COFFEE By a secret process of TOASTING not roasting this amazing new Nash method conserves more of the true coffee flavor a percentage here tofore lost in coffee roasted by the ordinary process Prove it to your own satisfaction at breakfast tomorrow morning with a single cup of this wonderful newday coffee At your grocers uhrrA ih CoJ Scifrtf t and   

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