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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON GITY GLOBEGAZETTE WATKINS EXTRACTS AND SPICES Best in in Price Awarded Gold Medal Worlds Exp Paris 1928 None Better None Cheaper Puts the B in Better PHONE 2638L or WRITE FRED MADOLE 738 4th S W MASON CITY Phone 693 105 So Federal PIKE 20c TENDER STEAK COTTAGE CHEESE 2 Ibs 15c BACON Sugar Cured 25c TOWNSHIP HOLDS DECLAM CONTEST Winners in Declamatory and Spelling to Compete in i County Meet i MANLY April program I and annual declamation contest of the Lincoln township schools was held Saturday night at the Manly high school Preceding and follow ing the regular program educa tional slides were shown dealing with meat packing and dairying Following is the program given Riano solo lola Kobernusz Lin cpln 8 reading Customer Returns Marvin Benjegerdes reading Jack Tends the Baby Lowell Lyford song Just a Tiny Bit of Lincoln 1 read ing Johnny Gets Ready for Com pany Norbet Huizel reading A Bad Little Girl Ruth Reindl dutch dance Max Randall and Betty Knowles Lincoln 7 2024 S Federal Avenue New Window Draperies To Bring Spring to Your Home Anil Gay Cretonnes Of Many Uses Come in to see the attractive new fabrics we are showing to make homes more charming than ever for the coratng season And note how inexpensive they are 1 Rayon Mixed Overdrapery in colorful Jacqnard and Stripe patterns Yard Rayon Damask popular for draperies and furniture covers Yard and 79c 98ctol98 Cretonnes in distinctive new 1 patterns so temptingly priced Yard Colorful Bedspreads The welldressed bed nowadays insists upon a colored spreadat least one with colored stripes Crinkle cotton spreads are very smart and sur prisingly inexpensive Girls Life Is Just Before You Whether You Spend Your Time Socially in Welfare Work in The Office or Teaching Health is Your Most Valuable Asset If You Are Frail Take Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery or GMD Youll Be Surprised at Yotir Strength Endurance Vivacity In Liquid or Druggiata Write Dr Pierces Clinic in Buffalo N Y for free medical advice or i Bend lOc fortrial Fkg tablets HAIR CUT35c SHAVE 35e If you want good satisfactory work try us Just the street South of Post Office GILBERTS BAKBEIC AND BEAUTY SHOP Phone 3180 23 Radio Bernard Hovel reading Hard Study Marcella Knowles reading Bath Hour Violet Bar tusek song Santa Lucia Ltor coin 1 reading Jiminy Crickets Fern Urbatch song Beneath the Linden Tree Lincoln 5 Miss Davies of Manly high school judged the readings First prize was awarded to Norbert Huizel and sec ond to Violet Bartusek The township spelling contest was next held five of the six schools belng represented by Molly Christiansen Whitney Randall Marcella Knowles Jeanette Forland and Vernon LyfordThe words afraid and attendance elimin ated three contestants The contest was won by Jeanette Forland when she correcfly spelled objection after Randall had spelled it with two ts The winners in these contests will com pete in the contest of all county schools to be held later CHARLES CITY NEWS Popham Services Held at Rockford ROCKFORD April fu neral services for Mrs N F Pop ham were held Monday afternoon at the N J Popham home Mrs Popham died Friday follow ing a lingering illness She leaves her husband and twin daughters Alma and Irma 9 She is also survived by her mother Mrs Straiten of Cedar Rapids Children Struck by Car in Estherville ESTHERVILLB April zel 4year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Bunday and Geraldine 5 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Harvey Bunday are suffering from injuries received late Saturday ar ternoon when they were struck by an automobile driven by J W Crawford The wheels of the car did not strike the girls Mr Crawford was driving behind another car when at the corner of Seventh and Howard streets the two small girls started across the street Hazel was caught by the car and her head brokethe glass in the headlight of the car Her face was severely cut and she was bruised on the body An examination has revealed that she received no brok en bones Geraldine was less severely hurt and altho considerably bruised is reported to be resting easily Blends Delicately smooth Ln Perle Cremc Poudre blends perfectly with the natural tones of your skin It re tains this perfect blending quality even after vigorous exercise and under all weather conditions Many women pre fer La Perle because it is so ad lightfully scentect Price the box MICHAEL DKUG COMPANY Dainty Ruffled Curtains Bring Springtime to Your Windows Housecleaning is ovcrl Time to put up pretty new curtains and joull find few others as charm ing and as inex pensive as these 1 Ruffled Curtains with tto fcacks to match Sheer and dainty A pair 98c and Ruffled Cvrtatn Sfts with ticback and valance Voile or Marquisette whitf anrj and Members of the Byrd Antarctic Expedition selected as a matter of course the selection of every item of equipmentforthe Byrd Antarctic absolute dependability was the allimportant factor Simply as a matter of course therefore Watermans foun tain pens were supplied to every member It to be expected too that Watermans Blue Black would be the official ink And to meet the rigid exactions of the Ant arctic continent itself we sup plied a nonfreezing ink made by a special formula Because Watermans No 7 is made in seven different styles of pen point each identified by a distinct color in lay band on the cap it is the Ideal pen for fitting perfectly the many different types of writing Price Waverly Banker Is Speaker at Rotary CHARLES CITY April Van deVeer cashier of the State bank of Waverly was the speaker at tne Rotary luncheon Monday noon In observance of Iowa his tory week he spoke on Iowa and its resources David Ainsworth in the advertis ing department of the HartParr company talked briefly on his im pressions as an outside of Rotary Merten Klaus was chairman of the meeting Eight members in cluding delegates W E Dodge and Dr J F Tilden plan to attend the district meeting at Cedar Rapids next week Former Charles City Man Heads New Firm CHARLES CITY April R Ernsberger former general man ager of the Charles City Western railroad now of Oklahftna City Okla has organized a 53000000 utility corporation of which he is president The company will oper ate gas electric and ice properties in Oklahqma Louisiana Texas and Colorado Final Rehearsal for Operetta to Be Held CHARLES CITY April final rehearsal of the operetta The Bells of Capistrano directed by Mrs Godsell Henke will be held this evening in preparation for the four oclock matinee to be held in the manual arts building Wednesday afternoon The regular performance will be Thursday evening and indications are this production with orchestra accompaniment and special dancing will be high class It is put on toy the music depart ment of the high school Albert Lea Man Is Trap Shoot Winner CHARLES CITY April Nelson Albert Lea Minn was high man in the gun club shoot here Sun day which was attended by 49 men He broke 143targets out of 150 Jim Ross of Britt was second with 141 and Bim Castle third with 140 W J Sutcliff Waterloo and George McCutchin Titonka tied for fourth place with 139 each Bim Castle manager of the shoot said the scores were excep tional considering the high wind The Charles City Gun club will hold four registered shoots this sea son May 30 June 30 July 21 and Aug 11 Marriage Vows Taken by Two Charles City Couples on Same Day CHARLES CITY April weddings took place here Sunday The marriage of Miss Lillian Horn daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Horn to Walter E Mark son of Mrs J H Mark took place at noon at the home of the brides parents The Rev C G Prottengeier per formed the double ring ceremony and the attendants were Helen and Howard Horn A dinner was served to relatives and friends at the home of the brides parents when a color scheme of yellow and white was carried out After the return of the bridal couple from their wedding trip they will be at home 207 Fourth avenue The Rev G A Hess officiated at the marriage of Miss Juanlta Wal ters and Roy Dotabs Sunday at two oclock at the Christian church Miss Merle Hetzloff and Paul Dobbs were the attendants at the ceremony which was witnessed by a small group Geneva Henderson played the wedding march and Mrs F K Walsh sang I Love You Truly Mr Dobbs is the owner of a j roc ery store here and his bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs H Wat ers of Col well Iowa City Physician Is Called in Consultation CHARLES CITY April Rohner of Iowa City was called here in consultation with local phy sicionsinregard to Melvin Denling er who was injured last week when he was struck on the head with a crane at the HartParr factory The patient was improved Monday He is at the Cedar Valley hospital Funeral Service for Gotlieb Schmudlach to Be Held at Nashua NASHUA April 23 Funeral services will be held at 2 oclock this afternoon at the German Lu theran church for Gotleib Schmud lach 60 who died Sunday night at his home here following an illness of several months The Rev Geutz laff of Wayerly will officiate Bur ial will be in Greenwood cemetery Mr Schmudlach was bora in Ger many and when 15 years of age came with his parents to Alfa where lie lived for 15 years I there he moved to Nashua wheii has lived the remainder of his Feb 2 1898 fie was married tq Bertha Winkelman who died denly Aug 26 1928 of a stroke The following children aur Mrs Otto Schoenfleld and Schmudlach of New Hampton Hubert Testroet of Ionia Ada tie Walter and Emma of Nasi Funeral Services Are Held for Mrs Mary D Merten Charles City CHARLES CITY April neral services for Mrs Mary D Merten widow of Ellas Merten were held Monday afternoon in the Central Methodist church with the Rev W F Belling officiating Burial was made in Riverside ceme tery Taken ill some time ago at the home of her daughter Mrs A A Stiehl Mrs Merten recovered enough to be out last Thursday but was sick the last of the week and died Saturday She is survived by her flarighter Mrs Stiehl of this city and son Howard who lives in Indiana Her residence has been here for many years At one time the Merten fam ily lived in Garner Former Nora Springs Watchmaker by School Teachers CHARLES CITY April Bernard Atherton deputy sheriff returned from Cedar Rapids yester day with A L Heinrich former Nora Springs watchmaker who was placed in jail to await hearingon charge brot by two school teachers of Nora Springs They claimed they took their watches to Heinrich to repair and he left a month ago and took their jewelry with him Heinrich says he sent the watches to Chicago for repairs arid they were lost in the mail Attachment Case Will Probably Reach Jury CHARLES CITY April case of C F Lorenz vs Herman de Buhr landlord attachment case will probably go to the jury today It was started in Judge J J Clarks court Friday CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY April pictures which were purchased last year by the children of the differ ent schools been trained in the manual training department under the direction of M MV Dunkle and will be on display at the J C Pen ney store window April 23 and 24 Later they will be hung in the schools The Ford truck In which William Potter of Greene and three com panions ran into the ditch near the Page home on the Rockford road Saturday night was pulled out of the water yesterday and driven home No one was injured at the time of the mishap Mr and Mrs Ed Waterbury and Vera Fluent returned Sunday eve ning from a long motor trip Mr and Mrs Waterbury spent the win ter in Florida and were joined by their neice Miss Fluent in Wash ington Ellen Messier has gone to Iowa Falls to take charge of the Bicken bach millinery store Hia position in the Jones Heddens store has been taken by Mrs John Cross Mrs P C Lapham went to Rochester Minn yesterday to go thru the Mayo clinic Harry Christopaulos returned Monday from a six months visit in Greece He also visited France Italy and Switzerland Our Idle wonder for the day In connection with the probability of a worlds fair in Chicago In 1933 Is as to which gang would have the beer News Former Resident Will Be Brot to Rockwell for Burial Services ROCKWELL April has been received here of the death of a former resident Jas McMona gle 72 at Minneapolis Sunday eve ning The body will be brot here for burial the funeral services to be held at Sacred Heart church at 9 oclock Wednesday morning Four grown sons and daughters survive him Wells Mill Will Close After Nearly 44 Years WELLS Minn April finishing the milling of the stock of wheat on hand the Wells flour mill will close its doors indefinitely after running continuously since June 1875 when it waa erected Adverse freight rates were given as the reason for the closing by offi cials of the International Milling company of Minneapolis of which the Wells mill is a part Wesley Will Give Play WESLEY April home tal ent play Beantown Choir will be given at the Bell the ater Friday night under the aus pices of the St Josephs church choir To Hold Special Meetings COULTER April will be special meetings at the Lutheran church in Coulter May 2 and f Rev Niels B Hanson of Fremont Ncbr and the Rev Albeit Soholm of Mason City will speak Four Teachers Accept Positions at Thornton THORNTON April ers who have been elected by the board and have accepted are Mar ion Brown Paullina F A French Fredericksburg Miss Martha Dunn Swaledale and Leona Gross Thorn ton Miss Eleanor Heidkross now teaching the third and fourth grades will go to a school near Ne vade next year Luverne Rebekahs to Observe Anniversary LUVERNE April Re bekahs will celebrate the founding of the order this evening at the I O O F hall After lodge a pro gram in commemoration of the event will be given and a supper served The husbands and families of members will be guests Roads In Good Condition PLYMOUTH April dirt roads are now in good condition and it is possible to drive from Plym outh to Grafton without encounter ing any difficulty save an oc casional deep rut Fairmont Begins Piivlnjf Program FAIRMONT Minn April One block of paving for the city has been ordered and 10 more are proposed the new council has an nounced The most extensive propo sition rliscusscd was Prairie avenue from Blue Earth avenue to Ninth street 10 blocks Most property owners seem to favor the paving The farmer hasnt so amusements as the city man gets quite a kick out of the mans efforts to solve the ffl Courier Here It Is The Bare Leg Stockim The Hosiery Sensation of The Year A seamless hose made of premium price sipi throughout and without the slightest streaking or the presence of rings Extra to fj j inches long giving the appearance of nude lew even with the shortest skirts or during spcf events when the skirt is blown or raised with the advanced narrow ankle creating a i comparable to the highest priced IN FIVE SKIN SHADES Nude Mistery Sunbronze Allure Sunb Formerly KilliansInc An Advertisennef J for I please dorit i Round Trip from Mason City Yellowstone 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