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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Palmar Teachers and Students on Vacation CALMAR April public schools opened this morning Jafter a few days vacation which be gan Friday morning The teachers vho spent their vacation at their tomes are Misses Dorothy Johnson jit Ossian Sena Arneson at Lime Springs Gertrude Rieble at Cedar alls Luella Thygeson at Waukon 511en Dunley at Osage and M Reis t Menominee Wis ji The following teachers and stu ents were at home for the holidays Slisses Helen Peterson from Post J ille Ina Weselman from Castalia ivelyn Kittlesby from Spillville Ed j a Falner from Winthrop Helen liller from Ft Atkinson Esther f Vinger from Mankato Minn Plor JJ nce Yager from Lone Rock Edna jfASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY APRIL 1 192Q Goheen from Cedar Rapids and J C Iverson from Greene The students who are here are Miss Miriam Meyer from the Uni versity of Minnesota Messrs Bert ram Olson from the University of Iowa and Melvin Wangeness from Iowa State college at Ames Other Calmar visitors are Miss Gladys Winger R N from Mankato Mrs George Eickle from Independence and Linus Klein from Milwaukee Marble Hock Wins Second MARBLE ROCK April Keith of the Marble Rock high school won second place in the ora torical class at the predistrict de clamatory contest held at Reinbeck giving The Price of Peace Lawyer defending a dog which bit an enforcement officer declared the animal was only putting teeth in the County Herald COT RATE GROCERY Let Us Save You Money We know we can do it You will always cet the best of treatment here Specials for Tues Wed and Thurs 30 E State Street HOME OF REAL BARGAINS Farmers Eggs Will More Here IQc Palmolive Soap 3 bars 19c Jteaberry best grade per Ib36c Cut Rae Special per IbASa Nash Delicious in bulk iicr ll48n Ground the day you get it Why pay for a can Catsup Large Bottle 19c 15e Can Spaghetti 2 cans 25c Matches 6 Large Boxes 19c Onion Sets 2 Ibs 25c Corn Flakes large size 2 pkgs 25c Carrots 6 Ibs Cocoa best grade 2 Ibs 25c Powdered Sugar 3 Ibs 25c Loaf Sugar 2 Ib box 25c Saner Kraut No 2 can lOc No 3 can 2 for 35c Head Lettuce lOc 3 for 25c and 15c 2 for 25c Bread 16 oz white rye graham or whole wheat 2 loaves 15c Pumpkin No 2 can lOc No 3 can for OtJC UncoIoreQ Japan Tea i n Sifting I Ib ps Corri guaranteed pop 3 Ibs 25c 15c Sardines in mustard or Tomato sauce 2 cans 25c Grade hard mixed Candy Z Ibs 25c Bine lUblxm MsU X Ib can 55c Dry Lima Beans 2 Ibs 35c Sardines in oil 2 cans 15c lUc Crescent Macaroni Spag hcttl or IVOodles 8 Cane Sugar tO Ibs 44c With order of other groceries at rockbottom prices CORN PEAS AND TOMATOES 15c grade 2 cans25c ISc grade 2 cans30c 20c grade 2 cans35c 25c grade 2 cans 40c BEST GRADE DRIED FRUITS Prunes Inrse size Ibs25c Ilmics exira larffo 3 Ibs 3c Dried Aprirots per Dried reaches per Ib25c 25c Peaches Apricots Pears Pineapple 4 cans Peanut Butter sr i9c Pint Jars S 48c 15c French Dressing or Xacht ciui Mayonnaise 2 bottles 25c Parsnips with a real flavor 4 Ibs 25c No 1 Grade English Walnuts per Ib 35c BROOMS Good Ones 49c 59 15c BAYERS ASPIRIN 25c size per box I8c PICKLES Sweet quart jars 34 nnis per jar J8c Olives fnlt quart jgE Sunkist Sweet and Juicy Per Dozen15c 28c 33c 38c Potatoes Pcr Peck Ail Kinds Solid look like new ones All Prices sure fine per peck Ginger Snaps or Fig Bars 2 Ibs2Hc Cocoimut Tatfy Bars per Ib23c Deckers Home Made Cookies per lb28c Rrnrlo Fancy Cookies per li28c White Flour i strcli20c 5 Ib sack Corn Men 10 Ib sack Corn Meal lite pB 10 Ih Whole Wheat or GrahamSfic BS 1ft II Diirk Ryo IB terser Cream If III Sunbram li sack Occident Flour 4i Ih V carry iH lininiis of our priies first 5c Classic or Kirlc Flake White JO bars limited SSc 5c Guest Ivory 12 bars4Se lOc Ivory 3 liars23c 15e Ivory 2 bars 23o CLEAR LAKE GLOBEGAZETTE 1 SEVEN j KATHRYN MctiOWAN EditoTj OfflCC PhotlC No 239 LEE DcWJGGfNS Manager Residence Telephone No 6 CIVIC LEAGUE TO HOLD MEETING Mrs W H Hathorn Mason City to Review Eliza beth and Essex CLEAR LAKE April beth and Essex by Lytton Strach ey will be reviewed by Mrs W H Hathorn Mason City at the initial meeting of Civic League members for the new year Tuesday after noon in the K P hall Mrs Ha thorn who has spoken before Clear Lake clubs on several occasions is well known for her charming per sonality The meeting which has been an nounced as an open one will mark the first appearance of the newly elected league officers with Mrs Clark Branson president in charge Mrs W C Carroll chairman of the membership committee will present the program Others who are members of the committee are Mrs W J McGowan Jr Mrs Peter Anderson Mrs A S Dice Mrs A H Nelson Mrs Roy Pe terson Mrs A B Phillips Mrs G P Stenby and Mrs Gladys Yel lanO Tea will be served Wednesday to Be MiteBox Offering at Missionary Meet CLEAR LAKE April box opening day will be observed at the regular monthly meeting of the Womens Home Missionary society Wednesday afternoon Every mem ber has been urged to bring her of fering A program will begiven un der direction of Mrs S Ott Mrs R Skinner and Mrs E T Cobb De votions will be led by Mrs W N Hill CLEAR LAKE LOCALS New was Pan Shop dresses at Peter Miss Madalyn Peterson returned to Cedar Falls Saturday evening af ter being called to Clear Lake by the death of her grandfather T B Bascombe Allen A Hosiery Service or Chif fon only Peter Pan Shop Diclc Watts and his mother Mrs Fred Christians St Paul are guests of Miss Nellie Wdtts East Main street Mrs Watts will accom pany them on the return trip and visit in St Paul several days Park Theater tonight Clara Bow in Three Week Ends Mr and Blrs Henry Curve whose home was destroyed by fire last week have taken rooms at the home of Mrs Anna Phillips South Fourth street Mr and Mrs Harry D Cole Jef ferson street have returned to Clear Lake after spending a month with relatives at West Palm Beach FlaThe return trip was made by the way of Washington and re quired five days SJrrand Sfrs baby of Fort Dodge were pverEas ter visitors at the home of Mr Dickirsons parents Mr and Mrs W H Dickirson South Third street JUiss Wilimi Curry Chicago is n guest at the home of Mrs F M Humphrey for the week E M Seeman operator of the Ce cil theater picture machine has rented the Sleepy Hollow cottage and will move Tuesday for the sum mer season Mr and Mrs Goortje Corbin have moved from the Waller anartments to Waller Tnn North Sec ond street Mrs Corbin and daugh ter will spend a month at Garner with relatives before returningto their home Mrs T Wood and family of Ma son City have rented the Sun Rise cottage Mars hill for the summer season i Mr and Mrs B D Bronn Spen cer left Monday for their home af ter a weekend visit with Dr and Mrs A B Phillips Mrs Brown and Mrs Phillips are sisters Dun McCartney section foreman of the Milwaukee railroad visited over Easter with his family at Mar demonstration ian Junction S Dak Miss Ella Knop has returned to r Iowa City to resume her college j L work after visiting with her par ents Mr and Mrs Albert Knop Claia street Mrs W A Wohvod Oak Park HI is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A Knop C L WILL HAVE TOURIST CABINS Cottages Being Erected on South Shore to Be Ready About May 15 CLEAR LAKE April men have begun the work of erect ing five modern tourist overnight cabins on the south shore of Clear lake across from the tourist camp according to M L Thayer of the White Front grocery who is having the cottages built Joe Byers has leased the buildings from Mr Thayer and will opeyate them tips summer The cottages which are the first of their kind to be operated in Clear Lake will be SACRED CANTATA WELL RECEIVED Victory Divine Beauti fully Presented by Methodist Choirs CLEAR LAKE April tory Divine by J c Marks a sa cred cantata dealing with the resur rection was beautifully presented by the Methodist junior and senior choirs of more than 30 voices at the church Easter afternoon In spite of the stormy weather conditions a large crowd was on hand for the dramatic composition The cantata of three parts was ably directed by Mrs F M Humphrey and showed evidences of being well prepared Mr and Mrs Merl Manning of the Congregational church assisted with Mrs Willis Millerat the organ Part one dealt with the garden scene with Harry Mason and D J Kelley singing solo parts assisted by the combined choirs The earth quake as was portrayed in the sec ond part featured Mr Manning Mrs Humphrey and Mr Kelley An organ solo opened the closing part with the combined choirs singing Death Is Swallowed Up An impressive feature of the can tata was the black vestments worn by those taking part The robes were loaned by a Chicago firm The oe church altar was beautifully decor ready for occupancy about May 15 uted for the occasion with ferns ry potted plants and cut flowers sup Iwo Chevrolet Lars Collide at Street Intersection Sunday CLEAR LAKE April lets driven by B D Brown Spencer and Bertrum Morse local high school boy collided at the corner oi South Fourth and South streets Sunday afternoon Neither driver was injured but considerable dam age was done to the Chevrolet driven by Mr Brown Legion Auxiliary to Hear of Convention CLEAR LAKE April regular meeting of American Le gion auxiliary members will be held in the club rooms Tuesday evening and not Thursday as was stated in n strayof Saturdays GlobeGazette A report of the Des Molnea con vention will be given by the presi dent rs Carlyle Kennedy Re freshments will be served BVD Hold Annual Election at Meeting CLEAR LAKE April Charlotte Skene was chosen presi dent of the Bonnie Vivacious Daughters at the annual business meeting held at the home of Miss Geneva Rice Saturday Other offi cers elected were Miss Myma Dodd vice president Miss Geneva Wallis secretary and treasurer Miss Fran ces Putman press reporter and Miss Betty Goist historian A motion was made that only two articles of food could be served at regular meetings A demonstration Testing of Jars and Rubbers was given by Miss Dodd while Mrs C Putman demonstrated the dress ing and canning a chicken A pressure cooker was used in this Correct this sentence Lindy would have become a great and fa mous man said the prophet if his ilane had fallen in Ilarnn Sfiuareg per Ibc Sliced Bacon per IbHSc and 35c ISacnnettes per Ib Pure Lard 2 IbsSnc Paper Xwlhern Tissue per tube 45c rolls 3 rolls Relief from Gas Stomach Pains Dizziness The doctors tell us that 90 per cent of all sickness is due to stom ach and bowel troubles You cant be well if your digestion is you ore likely to got sick unless you relish food and digest it properly Tanlac has a wonderful record as a relief from digestive troubles even those of years standing Mr L B Simmons of 1434Mi Larimer St Denver Colo says Tanlac made me relish and digest my food fine It also cured mo of gas dizzy spells and nervousness Now I sleep well and can put in as good a days work as a youngster If you suffer from gas pains in the stomach or bowels dizziness nausea constipation or torpid Hver if you have no appetite cant sleep and are nervous and all run down you need Tanlac It is good pure medicine made of roots herbs and barks Get a bottle from your druggist today Money back if it doesnt help you Meet Here May 4 8 Schools Compete CLEAR LAKE April and field men from north Iowa con ference schools will meethere May 4 to compete in the annual confer ence meet Superintendent D J Kelley has announced Local fans will be given a chance to see Just what caliber the Lions boast of on the cinders Belmond Garner Britt Forest City Northwood Buffalo Center Lake Mills and Clear Lake will be represented at the track meet Harold is supervising the Lion workouts SOCIAL CALENDAR League to open years schedule at K P hall American Legion auxiliary meets K P lodge meets D O club with Mrs J H Jaclcman Bethlehem Lutheran Aid to meet W H M S nt Methodist church club with Mrs J A Johnson plied by Mrs A S Dice president of the Ladles Aid group At the regular morning services 27 new members were received into the church A crowd estimated at 300 persons were present at the Easter rites in spite of inclement weather conditions Advanced Typists Are Given Awards CLEAR LAKE April lMisa Genevieve Taylor local commercial teacher announces the following awards won by students from advanced typewriting class June Cole write 50 words with 3 errors on the Royal machine and will re ceive a gold pin The L C Smith awards were Joy Wanda Ransome ana Gertrude Westover each wrote 40 words and will receive bronze pins June Cole Virginia Vittetoe and Dorothy Huey wrote 51 54 and 56 words and were awarded silver pins DANDRUFF GOES WHEN ODORLESS ZEMO IS USED If you have dandruff apply cooling soothing Zemo to the scalp This amazing antiseptic liquid which is invisible and odorless will quickly cleanse the head It also brings re lief from itching scalp pimples and Eczema It clears the skin as noth ing else can Get a bottle of Zemo today Keep it always on hand All druggists 35e 60c and Bureau Finds Girls Have Superior Health WASHINGTON April 1 Despite the general belief that the male constitution is inherently stronger than the female girl babies have a 30 per cent better chance of living than have boys the labor de partments childrens bureau has found More boys than girls are born each year in the United States reg istratipn area but for every 100 fe male infant deaths there are 130 male mortalities among children un der one year old it was found The boys greater need of sunlight accounts for this difference in death rates lUvas said Males deprived ot i i rays soon dc tho wi ine su yelop such diseases as rickets and tetanis Girls are said to have a higher resistance to these mala dies Artificial sunlight it is believeb by the bureau is strongly indi cated as a method of reducing the present mortality sex ratio Thornton Elects Teachers THORNTON April lAt a meeting of the school board Miss Violet Hall and Mrs Sadie Collins were elected as teachers for the coming year Miss Hall to teach in high school and Mrs Collins as sev enth and eighth grade teacher Hotel life may affort little privacy but at least the people who listen In arent visiting Atlantic IGGLY IfHIIVIGGLYI Tuesday and Wednesday Specials Fancy Blue Rose four pounds Snnmalds Nectars or AcUMlS Pufr15 oz k z for Pufr15 oz pkg Sunbrite 13 c A IOC Lewis ifcwis Ideal Malt Cotl Spring fancy solid pack No 2 tin Tho old relllble hvo lnc tins or Hop Flavorcd A CARLOAD OF STEEL POSTS and A CARLOAD OF WOVEN WIRE will arrive in a few days See us for prices Cerro Gordo Farmers Co Phone 370 500 3rd N E Milk Quaker Oats Red Salmon Green Label large size tin only Thompsons Chocolate Flavored Ib tin Quick or Reguhir hirgo package lobbys Alnsliii a deep red tall tins Sour Pitted No Z tins each Brown Sugar Kirks Castile M J B Coffee Vilcuum packcd Bottle Crowns Libby Spinach Longhorn Cheese 49c 25c 45c 23c 27c 25c lOc 19c 53c 19c 25c 29c Robb Ross Pancake 29c Soap per b tin 1 gross in cnrton Fanny solid puck free of grit Z tins flllid American per Iff 30 EAST STATE STREET C E HUSH Mgr 52 MllUON BOTTLES USED Omaha Chamber Wants New Airplane Service OMAHA Nebr April 1 Kansas City Chamber of Commerce had requested the Britten Aero com i pany now operating between Chi cago and St PaulMInnenpolis to open a services between Minneapolis nncl Kansas City via Omaha or DCS Afoines Conrad G Mann president of the Kanans City chamber re j vealed here today CHEERFULNESS NCE youve decided to clean house its astonishing how helpful you discover Marshall and Swift can be We call at your home and take away those dull col orless rugs with their cakedin dirt The drapes and portieres with their burden of dust and curtains of lace and silk soiled by dust from the open up holstered furniture that shows soil at the wear points things from lampshades and piano scarves to cushions and table runnersinto the Marshall and Swift plant they come for dry cleaning treatment And presto In a 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