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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL 12t 1929 SEVEN 12 PRESENT AT LEADERS COURSE Third Session for Scout Offi cers Held at High School Gymnasium Despite the bad roads the third session of the scout leaders training course held Thursday night In the high school gym found 62 men pres ent According to the officers of the training school this was the most enthusiastic meeting held so session ppened with recrea tional games in charge of the rooster patrol with Clarence Ran som as patrol leader The opening ceremony consisting of honoring the flag was in chargeof the Rev William Galbreths patrol Gave Ixicturev The first instruction period was a lecture on Methods of Educa tion by B E Beard of Northwood chairman of the district one leader ship training committee This was well received and during the dis cussion period on Mr Beards lee ture many interesting points were brot out The patrol meetings followed am consisted of roll call practice of patrol songs and a short qulzz per lod The second instruction period o the evening was an Interesting lee ure Methods of Eduna ion by J Unierwood scout cutive followed by an open discus Ion on Mr Underwoods lecture Following the patrol meetings in charge of patrol leaders the Rev William Galbreth S L Haynes Ray A Jorgensoh and C M Ransom the closing ceremony m charge of Sen or Patrol Leader P J Kirkpatrick consisted of the report of the con est to date by Troop Scribe lush Gabrielson announcements by Scoutmaster J C Underwood In dian sign language and taps by Bugler Ray Prusia Arouses Interest The scout leaders training course Is arousing considerable interest be cause of the Interpatrol contest being conducted and it is expected that the number of men receiving certificates for thiscourse will far surpass any previous training course The fourth session will be held next Thursday evening In the high school gym commencing promptly at Two lectures are on the program for next Thursday Play in Education by D J Kelley of Clear Lake and The Project Method and Scout Projects by L Osam Both promise some Interest Ing discussion material for the mem bers of the school Judge Edwards Makes Assignment of Cases Judge M F Edwards made the following assignment ot equity cases to be tried in the district court here next week Assignment for Trial Equity Cases Monday at 2 p McClelland vs Ficken et al Howard vs Sauertaerg Bohnsack vs Bohnsack Stout vs Stout Tuesday at 0 n in Fischer vs Fischer Swan et al vs McGowan ct ai McGurk vs McGurk DeWilde vs DeWilde Wednesday at 9 a in Ideal Plumbing Heating Co vs Red Ball Transportation Co Crane Co vs Memorial Park Cemetery Co et al Bell vs Bell Thursday at 9 n in Goodyear Tire Rubber Co vs Johnson et al Werde vs Werdc First National Bank Clear Lake vs Callanan et al Beauty Shop Owner Acquitted SIDNEY April 12 TVMrs Bertha Dutton beauty shop pro prietor charged with setting fire to her home was acquitted by a dis trict court jury in less than an hour IT cant be described It cant be copied But its the flavor of Kelloggs Corn Flakes that makes 12000000 people de mand this wonder cereal every day IV RAILROAD VET SUCCUMBS HERE ugeneBowen 73 Resident of City 45 Years Dies After Long Illness Eugene R Bowen 73 for 45 years resident of tills cily and an era loyo of the Milwaukee railroad for s many years died Friday morn ng at his home 105 Second street outhwest following a long illness Mr Bowen was actively engaged railroading until Oct 9 1928 at hich time he suffered a stroke from hich he never recovered Born Feb 1856 at Barrington II Mr owen began his railroad career at its age of 28 and has been in ac ve service since that time Surviving Mr Bowea are his aughter Mrs Paul Waughtal 105 econd street southwest two nieces lae Bowen of New Hampton and Nellie Blackburn of San Jose 3al and a nephew Harry Bowen of Hampton Mr Bowen was pre eded in death by his wife Alice vho died in 1924 and a daughter Elma who died in 1895 Funeral services will beheld Mem Ay afternoon at 2 oclock at the atterson funeral home with the Rev William H S pence pastor of he First Methodist church in harge Burial will be in Elmwooci cemetery CORN FLAKES Qeenfrtth in theredandgreen packaget Doctor Found What is Best lor Thin Constipated People As a family doctor at Monticelloi nols tlie whole human body not y small part oP it was Dr Cald practice Moro than haU Ills Jails were on women children and tiles They are the ones most often But their illnesses wero usually a minor fevers head all oE them re ired first a thoro evacuation They re constipated n the course ot his 47 years prac bo was graduated from Rush alcal College back in he found iod deal oE success in such cases h a prescription oj his own corrtain simple laxative herbs with pepsin 1S92 he decided to use this formula tho manufacture of a medicine to be own as Dr Caldvvells Syrup Pepsin d in that year his prescription was st placed on the market he preparation Immediately bad as iat a success In the drug stores as it iviously bad in his private prac Now the third generation is UE it Mothers are giving it to their ldren who were given It by their jthers Every second ot the work day someone somewhere Is going o a drug store to buy It Millions bottles of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep are being used a year Is great success Is based on merit repeated buying on one satisfied fcr teillnff another There are thou sands of homes In this country tha ire never without a bottle of Dr Cald wells Syiup Pepsin and we havegot ten many hundreds of letters frorr BrateCul people telling us that it hcl them when everything else fallcc Every drug stove sells Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin AT AQE 83 PRESCOTT PUPILS TO GIVE RECITAL To Appear at High School Auditorium Saturday at 1 OClock A recital by pupils of G R Pres cott will appear in a recital at the high school auditorium at 1 oclock Saturday afternoon Numbers will be played on the cornet French horns baritones tuba trombones clarinets bassoons and oboe Following are the cornet num bers Tramp Tramp Tramp tasie Paul Kutzner Thine Eyea so Blue and Tender Carl Netzel My Heart At Thy Sweet How Wd Schweer Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana Sterling Pru sia Le Secret Robert Pearce Drink to Me Only With Thy Eyes Forest Shaklee Lost Chord Don Smith Twilight Dreams waltz intermezzo Robert Bagley Drink to Me Only Thy Eyes Darricl Leffingwell Serenade Schubert Charles Starr The following are French horn solos The Wanderer Fesca Artemas liathryn McGowan Editor Office Phone No 239 Lett UeWtgglnt Manager Residence Phone No 67 ALTRURIAN CLUB CLOSES SEASON Luncheon Marks Final Meet of Year Mrs 6 Bailey Chosen President CLEAR LAKE April Mrs Burdctte Bailey was elected presi dent of the Altrurian club at the fi nal meeting of the year Thursday afternoon Sho will succeed Mrs Sam Kennedy Jr who has served the office faithfully members of the group said Others who were chosen to guide the work next season are Mrs F M Humphrey vice presi dent and Mrs Everett Neal secre tary The program committee will be appointed by the newly elected president Mrs R L McFarlln and Mrs Musical Comedy Sailor Attracts Crowd Stomach Disorders First Revealed by Coated Tongue YoUr tongue is nothing more than the upper end of your stom ach and intestines It is the first thing your doctor lodes at It tells at a glance the condition of your digestive physicians say that 90 of all sickness starts with stomach and bowei trouble A coated tongue is a danger sig nal of those digestive disorders which lead to so many kinds of serious illness It tells why the least exertion tires you out why you have pains in tho bowels gas sour stomach dizzy spells Coating on tho tongue is a sign that you need medi cine which has helped thousands who were physical wrecks from stomach and bowel had tried everything in vain and about given up hope Tanlac contains no mineral drugs it is made of barks herbs and roots Get a bottle from your druggist today Your money back if it doesnt help you Brown Traumeri Schumann Stanley Wilson Mazurka Davic Walthers Prize Song Jess Red ington Cradle Song Richard Vaughn Dream of the Rose John Crabb Dream of the Rose Wanderer Ellsworth Hynds Cra dle Song Clayton Schlick The Wanderer Gilbert McEwen Baritone and tuba numbers are Calvary Norman Bamber The Leviathan Don Woods WarnersParting Song Marvin Osslund The Lost Chord Glade Sperry Le Secret Ernest Zeri ble Trombone numbers are made up of the following Thine Eyes So Blue and Tender Robert Mace Warners Parting Song Kenneth McLaughlin Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes Rob ert Ditzler The Lost Chord Sid ney Sanborn The Rosary Clif ton Burmeister The Secret Verne Wilson My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice Junior Seney Clarinets alto and bass clarinets bassoons and oboes The flower song Harry Green The Flower Song Kathryn Ram say Meditation Arlene Powell The Flower Song George Atkin son Schuborts Serenade Ber ceuse from Jocelyn Earl Lane The Flower Song Elmer Bruna The Flower Song Raymond La Gasse Beneath Thy Window Raymond Hughes The Flower Song Wallace Roth The Flower Song Roger Sanborn Handels Largo Arlene The Flower Song Milton Martil The Flower Song Ray Burrell Londonderry Air Lucille Atlsinson The Flow er Soug Doria Crabb Serenade Moszkowski Howard Ross Glor Sana a duet for trombone and cor Charles Starr and Clifton Bur meister Accompanists are Dorothy Bam ber Lucille Atkinson Faith Darling Florence Krumbholz Margaret Cooper Miriam Marston Jean Bal lantyne Jane Williams Maybelle Joy Prusia Kathryn McEwen Eliz abeth Stevens and Margaret Vaughn Clarence Knutson were guests of the club at a 1 oclock luncheon served at the homa of Mrs Henry Volstad Bouquets of shell pink and orchid sweet peas added to the at tractiveness of the tables Bridge formed the afternoon di version with high and low scores won by Mrs McFarlin and Mrs Humphreys respectively They were given flowers as prizes CLEAR LAKE LOCALS School Cast Displays aon Neva Sheridan Temperance ac 52 MllilON BOTTLES USED Police Seeking Person Tampering With Mail Police are on the lookout for the person who has been stealing mail from the postoffice box of Hamil tons university of commerce M E Wolters reported to police that he had lost the keys to the box April 1 and that since that time some one had been tampering with the mail Dr P W Bryson Osteopath Walter Peterson Park theater Is a business visitor at Des Moines today Opening Camp Grounds Store Monday April 15 Full line fresli groceries and bakery cream and milk Mrs C P Christiansen Mr and Mrs C F Woodford and Miss Mary Frost who have spent several weeks at St Petersburg FJa returned to Clear Lake Thurs day Fresh fish opposite White Pier Miss Margaret Mitchell ISIadixon Wia is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W L Mitchell North Third street this week She is a student at the University of Wis consin For house suitable for roomers Chris Axelson Mrs ti O Rinaril who was a guest of her mother Mrs Irene O bung Minneapolis this week re irned to Clear Lake Thursday eve ing Cottngo Orocnry on West Division treet is now open Get your home aked goods here Open Sundays and evenings Miss Nan Claclc Iowa City Is spending several days with her par ents Dr and Mrs W R Clack North Fourth street Park Theater tonight and Satur day Tim McCoy in Riders of the 3ark on the screen Stage attrac ion Jimmy OBrien Trio Singinj and Dancing Black Face act Mrs Q A Stephanson Albert ea returned to her home Thursday fter a visit with her daughter Mrs Bertie Clausen O D O club wll meet wltli Mrs Fred Eggera Mason City April 17 officers of the group have an nounced Sweeping Price Reduction on all Hupmobile Models Eights and Sixes On Display Wo Larson Co Mother of Eight Boys I read an ad in the news paper and I started talcing Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and I will recom mend this medicine to any woman who is in bad shape like I was I used to get so tired after a few hours work that I was even afraid in my own house in the daytime I didnt care if I lived or died I have Riven birth to eight boys andlfeelstrongrightafter since I have taken the Compound Maud Meyers 460 E 13th Street Dubuque Iowa Cottagers Take Up Summer Homes Here CLEAR LAKH April realtors have an optimistic outlook on the 1929 season at Clear Lake due to tlie number of cottagers who have been seeking summer homes in spite of unfavorable weather con ditions Many families have ex pressed a deaire to spend the sum mer at Clear Lake and will move here within the next two weeks Those who arc already here are Mr and Mrs P Hayes Mason City Brown cottage Mr and Mrs J Adams Chicago Etta Inn cottage Mrs E B Cooke and daughter Mason City Conelly cottage R Errtngton and family Algona Fon cin cottage Mrs J Wood anr family Mason City Sun Rise cot tage The Long View cottage south o tho State Park has been leased by Mr and Mrs Frank Young whil June Bud near Outlet park ha been rented by L Henningsen Mason City W C T U to Furnish Program at Rural Unit Mee CLEAR LAKE April program furnished by the Maso City Womens Christian Temper ance Union will be givetfat the reg ular meeting of the Cerro Gordo Rural Union Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs H B Wilson who resides on the Hanlontown graveled road A brief business meeting will be called to order at 2 oclock All members have bean urged to at tend Unusual Talent in Pre senting Operetta CLEAR LAKE April first performance of Sailor Maids musical comedy in two acts by iharles Ross Charty and presented by the Clear Lake high school glee clubs in the auditorium Thursday evening was given with a vim and cleverness that held the undivided attention of the audience thruout From the opening chorus by the sailor maids dressed in pretty white sweaters skirts and sailor caps the entertainment was one which dis played much training Miss Dorothc Castelloe music instructor was as sisted by Mias Esther Heimark Miss Marian Peterson Miss Myrtlj Oulman dramatic coach and Miss Geraldine Stenby pianist deserve much credit for the success of the entertainment Leading roles were played by Miss Kathleen McCprmick John Ross Winnie Miss Arlovene Kugler and Harry Munzenmaier all of which portrayed their parts in an out standing manner Winnie who was perhaps the favorite among the au dience was well chosen for the lead His work was marked with natural acting Miss McCormlck and Miss Kugler played their rolea In a man ner which was liked over the foot lights Musical arrangements wera es pecially attractive and the plot it self kept one guessing Robert Stenby as Gerald Kennedy an ardent lover of Francis Marie played by Miss McCormick a great deal of personality In his work Louise Jensen as a Swedish house keeper supplied many laughs by her flow of Swedish dialect and wit The second act was a colorful one with tlie gfrls wearing pretty eve ning gowns of many styles An added number to the program which scored a big hit with the audience was the sailors hornpipe dance by Miss Marguarite Johnson and Thelma Jones Members of the choruses were Life Bey Max Clausen Max Bragcr Harold An erson Stanley Ebaugh Harley rands John Gardner Vern Jen en Joe Jensen Vincent Mlnette laynard Nelson Gordon Nelson Celth Raw Howard Schmoll Donald Winnie Virgil Wright Raymond Vernon Sailor Anderson 2aroAyn Bigg Sarah Briar Mary Smith Florence Vernon Geneva Wallls Helen Wurtzer Mary Jane Watts Estelle Verbeckmoes Marion Wheeler Carol Bell The scenery was constructed by Vern Jensen and his assistant Maynard Nelson Episcopalians to Have Dinner Party CLEAR LAKE April Rev and Mrs C Burnett White head Mason City will be guests at the oclock dinner and social evening for Clear Lake Episcopal church couples Saturday evening Mr and Mra F B Gouser South Second street will be hosts VISITS RELATIVES Donald BentJer and baby left Wednesday tor a Visit with her relatives at Warren 111 Have a furnace FIREPLACE In stalled in your cottage or home can be easily set in brick fire place for further particulars see John Ellasen Clear Lake Phone 624 PARK THEATRE Clear Lake Iowa Sunday and Monday COMIttNHWVTE MARRIAGE Sunday JUntlnce lOo and 25c Evening nnd lOo and 30c Clear Lake Churches Helen Adg K Choate Gene vieve Carr Carolyn Clausen Henri etta Clausen Doris Davenporb Mar Ehmke Grace Green Martus Lambert Frances Marshall Thelma McMuIIen Marion Meyers Mario Michel Helen Nelson Ruth Pefer Four Things you are sure of at Smiths Klassy Kleaners QUALITY SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT RELIABILITY PHONE 105 We Know The Game SMITHS KLASSY KLEANERS SOCIAL CALENDAR chib closes sea son with 1 Vclock luncheon at home of Mrs H B Palmeter Library Reading club with Mrs Andrew Nelson T A meeUng in high school auditorium Wednesday Eastern Star chapter meels nt Masonic temple for regu lar dinner A program has been arranged O D O club meeting with Mrs Fred Eggers Mason City CHUBOH OF CHIUST I O O F Hall C W Hicks Minister Bible school at 10 oclock Mrs O T Balniit superintendent in charge Communion and preaching serv ices at 11 oclock Sermon subject Tho Glorified Cross Text John 1228 Father glorify thy name Then came there a voice from heaven say ing I have both glorified it nnd will glorify it again The New Zealand Christian reprints thi timely admonition The gospe truly received by an individual neve stops with him If you dont pass i on you never had it If you have it you cant keep it If you are keeping it it is false gospel CONGREGATIONAL W B Milne Pastor School service and Choice Do you ever stop to think of how much judgment and choice influ ences your life Congo club at 6 oclock METHODIST J It Tumbleson Pastor Sunday School at 10 oclock Morning worship nt 11 oclock Epworth League at oclock Evening services at oclock GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school at 10 oclock Evening service at 31 oclock Evening service IT Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST North East Street Sunday school at 10 oclock SunCay services at 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