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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY ftTrmEGAZETTE FRIDAY APRIi 131929 Announce Plany for Fawcett was going to the home of a CITY Women Employes of f HartParr Company Honor Elsie Calvert CITY April gfrls employed in the office of the HartParr company numbering 50 honored one of their number Elsie Calvert with a dinner last evening served at the home of Mrs Charles Loun Later in the evening bridge was played and a gift was presented to Mrs Calvert She leaves Sunday evening to act as secretary for M W Ellis president of the Oliver Farm Implement company Mrs Gertie Sanderson will enter tain the J D club this afternoon at her home on C street T C Kelleys group of the Sacred Heart guild entertainedthe gtiiM members and a number ol guests Wednesday afternoon at the Kelly home ProgressiveBOO was T T played and prizes were won by Mrs JUUgC J ate Kelly and Mrs W A Smith Keith Regel entertained a group of boya at a dinner Tuesday even ng in honor of his brithday Later Jie party attended the performance of presented by a Mason City cast Mrs Ella Waterhouse and Mrs Marjorie Maidhoff of New York at tended a dinner and theaterparty at Mason City Wednesday evening The Cedar Side club was enter tained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs Mary Sllnger who was assisted by Ida Hartman Mary Frederick Elizabeth Krumrey and Clara Kreg er A feature of the meeting was a shower for the Hartwlg twins Mrs Charles Monroe was hostess to the S D H C club Wednesday evening The evening was Spent playing bridge More Good News Kellys Harp Orchestra front Osage will play for the AMERICAN LEGION Oldtime Dance Saturday Night April 13 At the Armory Admission Always 25 Cents Gives New Life Stimulating and imHg onUrs to jour skin Qeansing Cream removes purities By thoroughly ckanring skki In that end vaUr cant It tako awy that dull anjuuance ana impart life and youth osentials to compflexfcxi sizes JL MICHAEL DRUG CO Instruction School Held for Pythians CHARLES CiTY April Mrs Ada Cottrell of Iowa Falls district deputy grand chief of the Pythian Sisters held a school of in struction Wednesday afternoon in the K P hall A picnic dinner was served at 6 oclock at which time Mrs Cottrell was presented with a piece of pot tery by Mrs Christy Kerstetter Excellent Chief of the Charles City temple The temple convened In special session at when William Stsjn ey and Lou Phillips were Initiated There was a good attendance at both afternoon and evening eession Former Resident Is Dead in Omaha CHARLES CITY April The news of the death of Mrs Trena Hans en former resident here was received yesterday from her sister in Omaha Nebr Mrs Hansondled in the Swedish hospital In Omaha following a long illness from cancer She left here last fall to make her home with her son Curtis near Omaha Another son Enos who Hves In Mintana Is the only other survivor of her immediate family Funeral services will take place Sunday afternoon in Harmony ainn Sets Cases to Be Tried During April CHARLES CITY April Judge J J Clark has set the f ollow ine eases for trial this term of court G W Kuck vs Albert Jans senet al HM Walleser vs Emery Ellsworth Deane et al Sarah E Wetherbee vs Mark Wetherbee First National Bank Nora Springs vs Beret Jensen Mrs Harry Arthur vs Consolidated school district of Marble Rock Dora Tflrnbull vs Fred Turnbull Albert C Jost vs J W Shepley G W Kuck vs A E Regel county treas urer S B Plummer vs The Trus con Steel company The jury is called for next Monday when the following cases will be set for trial Mary Alica Eichmeler vs E S Yerkes Monday April 15 Anna Draskovitch vs of Charles City Charles City Motor company vs MUlan Steve Tuesday April 16 E W Cheney vs Frank H Kruse April 16 Security Trust and Savings bank vs Gustav Gelhaus et al April 18 C A Cuttell re ceiver vs William J Joannaber et April 18 and C F Lorenz vs Herman de Buhr April 19 HEART ATTACK KILLS PIONEER J H Fawcett 76 Geneva Collapses on Way to Neighbors HAMPTON April H Faw cett 76 living near Geneva died very suddenly Wednesday from an attack of heart disease company In with hla wife neighbor Orrie Jones When ap proaching the Jones residence Mr Fawcett fell to the ground and died Immediately He had been engaged in fanning in Franklin county for many years and besides his widow is survived by a son who lives at Clarion and a daughter near Sheffield Pleasant Valley 4H SWALBDALB April 12 Myrtle Johnson county demonstra tion leader has announced plans to organize a 4H club for girla of Pleasant Valley township Operetta Great Success MITCHELL April oper etta College Days whichwas pre sented by the high school Wednes day evening under the direction ol the music supervisor Mrs Owen of Osage was considered a great suc Eva Fritz will be the leader and Mrs P Q Peterson and Mrs George Mulligan will act as spon sors Invitations have been sent to girls between the ages of 12 and 18 to meet at the home of Mrs Peterson Saturday afternoon to perfect plans for the organization of a canning Our New Wall Paper and Calcimine Remover Does the Work Quicker and Better OUR PRICES Lownsberry Craig Bros Fainting Papering and Decorating Colors and Oil Phones 2010 8083Ii or 158S3 Are They Beautiful And Aye They New YOU SHOULD SEE THE SPRING COATS JUST RECEIVED 2975 to 4975 101 NORTH FEDERAL AVE NOW IS THE TIME TO To Be Instructor at Iowa State College CHARLES CITY April H Trefz principal of the higu school will be an instructor for the fourth year In the extension sum mer school Iowa State Teachers1 college to be held at Corning this I summer Mr Trefz will teach Am erican history and history of edu cation Will Hold Wetherbee Ritesat Charles City CHARLES CITY April body of the late Sarah Wetherbee will arrive at noon today and funer al services will be held at the Llnd aman funeral home at 4 oclock The Rev E T Gougfi will offi ciate and burial will be made in Riverside cemetery Miss Wetherbee died In a hospi tal in Salt Lake City Utah from pneumonia Grant Divorces to Two Nora Springs Couples CHARLES CITY April divorces were granted to couples living In Nora Springs Florence M Hayes was granted a divorce from Delbert Hanes on the grounds of adultery Mrs Ann S toner waa di vorced from Chester Stoner Mrs Stoner trot the the Stiver ona crossbill I Congregational ChurcK Society Holds Meeting CHARLES CITY April Congregational Missionary society met Thursday afternoon with the ollowing program DevotionsMrs Milton Dunlap The Mexican War God by Hubert Herring read by Mrs George Blake The Mexican a Do mestic Problem Mrs George Nel son New Friendships with Mexico Mrs Andrew Campbell Letter from Sagbles Helen Morrison The Land of Azure Skies Mrs Malcolm Dana Announcement was made of the special meeting May 2 when an out of town speaker will addressthe meeting The Ladies Aid society and theChurch club will have Joint meeting next Wednesday CHARLES CITY BRIEFS Buy Dundon Coal When you are ahead of the crowd When you can get what you want When an order helps your dealer When the dealer can get the best Place Your Order Now with Your Home Town Dealer for Dundon Red Ash Coal Reg U S Fat Off Mined and shipped from WIDEN CLAY COUNTY WEST VA West Virginias Higher Quality Coal An ideal fuel for all domestic uses Insist on having Dundon Bed Ash Coal Ask your dealer for It by full name and If your dealer does not carry It we will give you the name of one who does Elk River Goal Lumber Co SOLE MINERS AND SHIPPERS WESTERN SALES OFFICE 150 East Brood Strrct Columbus Ohio CHARLES CITY April Buokmah went to Marshalltown to day to take part in the Northeast ern district of the state extempor aneous speaking contest George Moran returned yesterday from an extended stay in Califor nia The RevtG A Hess went to Ce dar Falls today to conduct funeral services for William Blakely Mra William Watklna Is ia the Cedar Valley hospital for medical treatment The Rev Thomas Anderson went to Alliance Ohio to attend the fun neral of a friend Mr and Mrs Fred Brenner re turned yesterday from spending the winter in San Diego Cal Sheffield Shows Begin Again SHEFFIELD April pic ture shows which have been dis continued for the four weeks will commence again Saturday eve ning The shows will be held In the Memorial hall every Saturday eve ning CANDY SPECIALLY PRICED FOR SATURDAY Bunle Butter Creams pound 39c Buhte Candy Bars A large assortment 3 bars lOc Try Our Bunte Milk Eating Chocolate block 5c Formerly Kill inni Inc MILL ENDS 5Oc YOUR CHOICE EACH PIECE In this assortment you will find mostly dress patterns In percales prints gingham zephyrs dimities etc Lengths of these pieces are 3 to 5 yards All fast colored materials You will want several pieces at this low price Merkels Bargain Basement Starting Saturday in MERKELS BARGAIN BASEMENT After weeks of surpassing preparations the Mill End Sale in unusual value to sell at bottom prices a greater value of desirable merchandise than ever before Space does not permit to 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