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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                JULY 5 1929 BACHELORS WANT GIRLS WHO DRINK AND SMOKE LESS Boys at Washington Y M Tell Ideals They Hold for Wives WASHINGTON July Less necking smoking and drink ing and more prudence and mod esty are the improvements desired of the modern Miss by Y M C A bachelors here according to answers received to a questionnaire distrib uted recently by association of ficials Division of opinion was sharp on retryinga girl with a past it was revealed Fifteen were against having a girl disclose any mistake she had made before marriage while 11 thot everything should be told Rather Be Toldi Many indicated if they knew of the girls past they would go thru with the ceremony provided she had reformed Some said they would rather she told about the mistake than someone else Nearly all favored beauty hold ing if she was not naturally so en dowed she should make the most of her looks Only one dissented from the opin ion a womans love was essential to mans happiness while all but three believed children necessary to do mestic bliss The number of chil dren per family varied the major ity however declared two or three to be sufficient Differ on Finances Ideas on family finances differed greatly Seventeen said their wives could Kindle all the cash 11 on posed such action 7 favored placing their wives on allowances and five thot a 5050 agreement practi cal The should not work after marriage so stated a majority of the groomstobe lut many argued a few years of work after the honeymoon was o k by the fair sex was tabooed by all But one reflected that if he loved a girl enough nothingcould stop me The information was sought by the Y M C A officials in connec tion with its study of the ideals of the youth of today MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE PLANE EXPERTS Minnesota to Decide Case Against Indian for Taking Muskrats CASS LAKE Minn July 5 Does an Indians government allot ment of land take on the same status as a government Indian res ervation This question long moot in this area will be carried to the Minnesota supreme court for de termination as a result of a decision by District Judge Graham M Tor rance of Bemidji State game and fish laws are not applicable to Indian reservations in the state in respect to game and fish obtained by the federal govern ments wards for their own use The Indians have not been permitted to sell game however The new question here resulted from the arrest of John Cloud a Chippeiva Indian on a charge of illegally taking muskrats out of season on his own 80acre govern ment land allotment Cloud was convicted in Cass Lake municipal I court and appealed to Cass Lake district court He set up the defense that the allotment had much the same status as a reservation and that the land which is held in trust for him by the federal government cannot properly be treated as subject to the juris diction of the states game and fish laws Holding that the case Involves an BOYS TO FINISH WRESTLING MATCH OF 50 YEARS AGO KEOSAUQUA July o tvlFif ty years ago two boys attending Mm school near Cantril in van Buren county engaged in a wrest ling cu newspaper made elaborate men tion of the incident A court writ stopped further wrestling at Elm school and the participants de clared they would never wrcatlc agam Fifty years is a long longtime The years give time to ponder and wonder who was best man in that wrestling match Today those boys now past GO years of age have changed their minds and have expressed a desire to go at it again and finish the match they started a hall century ago This is but ons of a score or so events scheduled for the fifth school celebration sponsored by Elm school to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the teaching by Mary Lay ton and Oscar Douglis June 24 and 25 at Kcosauqua The celebration is known sis the LaylonDouglas Semicentennial cel ebration directed by F F Piif Six weeks In Europe IB the reward these boys have earned because they aro tho model alr plano champs of America chosen at tho national meet just held in Detroit Top to bot tom Joseph Culver of Oakland Cal Louis Proctor of Van couver Wash and Donald Btirnham ol West Lafayette Ind man assistant curator of the Iowa state historical department and for mer pupil and later teacher In Elm school Oscar Douglas now of Kaholca Mo will be present and call his rollof pupils of HO years ago Mary Layton now Mary Laytoii Black ford of Los Angeles Cal probably will not be present but will septf TV greetings to bo read before tfers oi classes 01 a nan ceh tury ago In Van Buren county and coun ties surrounding it the fame of the Laytons and Douglases as teachers in the b3 gone time is linked with the historical events of the com munity important and doubtful question Judge Torrance certified the case to the state supreme court for a deci sion The high court is scheduled to hear the case at the fall term open ing in September J E Lundrlgan Cass county attorney and Chester S Wilson assistant attorney gen eral are making an examination of the appealed case to determine the position the state should take in the matter Pioneer Minnesotans 91 Are Starting 71st Year of Married life SEBEKA Minn July 5 Both 92 years old Mr and Mrs Gustav Magnusson pioneer settlers in this section have started their seventyfirst year of married life Both are in good health Indicative of his good health Mr Magnusson takes care of the family con cuts his hay from an acre of land with a hand scythe chops his own stovewood in the winter and keeps a garden plot The pair settled in Otter Tall county 45 years ago using a team of oxen for farm work A few years ago they turned over their homestead to a son and moved into Wadena county here Governor Hammill is the reverse of most people in the fact that he is afraid of automobiles but loves to Dundon Red Ash Coal Reg U S Pat Off Mined and shipped from WIDEN CLAY COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA West Virginias Higher Quality Coal An ideal fuel for all domestic uses Insist on having Dundon Red Ash Coal Ask your dealer for it by full name and if your dealer does not carry it we will give you name of one who does Elk River Coal and Lumber Co SOLE MINERS AND SHIPPERS Western Sales Office 150 East Broad Street Columbus Ohio promptly checked Thousands get quick rellol Inhaling Bego No opiates or narcotics Re sults or money back S4 for com plete outfit Druggists or BEGO COMPANY Colorado Springs Goto complexion Mrs t No wonder you look happy Take NR dear it improves the complex ion and makes you feel like a million vegetable laxative and corrective y WK mild thorough Full Speed Ahead with the SixSpeed Special Farming calls for fast traveling these dayg No time for slow plodding behind horses in the field or on the highway The McCormickDeering Tractor ia pnttinir speed and certainty into the field work laid the International SixSpeed Special Truck is doing the same for the road work Saving time and time means money We are glad to be eelling thie combination of power and haulage And we back it up with efficient lowcost service that helps to keep the tractors and tracks as good as the day they left the factory If you are a tractor customer of our8you are acquainted with onr service and onr products Let na show you that we can do just as well for yon on tracks If you nre not now a customer of onre ask us for a list and go oat and check up on vs In the meantime we are demonstrating the new Six Speed Spewal every day and wed like a chance to show it to you International Harvester Co Sales Service and Show Rooms 23 6th St S E Mason City Iowa H5 SERVICE STATIONS IN U S If FIVE TONIGHT TOMORROW ALRIGHT JMAKE THE TEST TONIGHT HAPPY JGtlRetieJ DnoeOattfisPoUons AntoIntOTtfcatfon Constipation Bil aro caused bydefcctireelirai Rsmcdylfft TaSlett hno proven the aafe dependable relief lor thcao conditl July Clearance DAMONIGOU CO For Saturday Selling An Astonishing Sale of Fashionable Necklaces A 1 rt A most fortunate purchase from a large New York manu facturer gives us an opportunity to offer you this extraor dmary sale in our July Clearance The selection consists of all the very latest modes in good quality chains with pendants jewels novelty cut stones lancy beads and combinations of metal and ornaments Every piece is new and has never been shown in our stock before There is a wide selection of models to choose from On sale here Saturday your 59 c See Window Display DAMONIGOU CO Seat Covers Special Sale Dem onstration Saturday July 6th You are especially invited to come and see a special demonstration of ARISTOCRAT AUTO SEAT COVERS by a representative direct from the factory Protect your clothes and the upholstry in your new car Dress up the old car for resale Cool and comfortable at all times par ticularly on trips Aristocrat covers are made of a good quality material neatly striped in various colors They are quickly attached and cover all up holstery below the window line including the back of the front seat New patented phi fasteners furnished with each set of covers Fasteners that do away with tacks and screws will not work loose and will not injure the upholstery Covers to Fit Many Makes of Cars in Stock Special Sale Prices Fords Duranls Whippets Chevrolets Coupe Coach Sedan Pontiac Essex Hudson Buick GrahamPaige Willys Knight Dodge Chrysler Plymouth Hupmobile Oldsmobile Oakland Nash etc 2Passenger Coupe 4 and 5Passenger Coupes Coach 2door Sedan 4door 7Pass Sedan The above prices apply on all models from 1024 to 1929 Delivery on special orders for covers fitting any car not in stock In about 10 days on the basis of the above prices Samples sent on request If you desire to order by mnll Sale on Second Floor For Your Convenience Name of Car Model Tvo Year of CarNumber of Doors Passenger Capacity Number of Cylinders Arm Jlcsts 1es No WASH FABRICS AT A FURTHER REDUCTION IN OUR JULY CLEARANCE 35c 49c 25c Dimities ami flaxons in a variety of nice sheer patterns and pretty colors July Clearance yard Everfast suiting prints Modernistic patterns Latest color combinations July Clearance yard Fine count percales Big lot of new colors and designs Very finest quality July Clearance yard Figured broadcloths printed sateens silk crepea a table of very attractive fabrics for summer A A wear July Clearance yard MORE TOWELS IN JULY CLEARANCE Just received several special purchases in Turkish and nlaln cotton towels One lot of towels consisting of fancy and V A plain Turkish Also plain cotton towels Choice lUC Another lot of fancy Turkish towels in excellent 1 ft quality July clearance 1 C All other towels formerly advertised at low price aro still on sale FANCY AND PLAIN OIL CLOTH BY THE YARD AND IN SQUARES A large shipment of new oil cloths has just been received Many new patterns in squares 75c Oil cloths by the yard in different ft rt grades from 1 JfC to 59C See the finest line of tableoit doth and patterna YARD WIDE SHEETINGS Just received another lot of yard and are male ing this offer again Good quality unbleached muslins in our July Clearance 10c 15c 19c Good quality 40 inch muslin Two strips make a sheet Special price for July Clearance Cheesecloth for dust cloths dish towels etc July Clearance yard NEW WHITE OUTING FLANNEL Just received two full cases of fresh new white online of c l lhe 1 DC and 1 fk IDC and A discount of 10 by the bolt inches wide at yard Two grades 36 inches wide at 1C o i 25c ART POTTERY Many very attractive pieces for practical use that are decora tive and ornamental counting of vases bowls Hmver pots candle sticks etc July Clearance OFF Small Axmlnster rugs size 15x17 inches Chinelle Bath Rugs guaranteed fast color Size 24x36 Variety of patterns Felt Base rings Size GxO with border and a small rug FREE 95c LINSING i ear Rayon Shorties and Bandeaux as illustrated shorties yoke lop ribbed knit cuff bottom colors flesh peach nile and orchid small medium and largo Shorties Bandeaux Combination Rayon Suit as il lustrated bodice lop cuff bottom with snaps colors rn o s t J y peach and flesh with contrasting trim sizes 34 to 40 42 to 50 Combination Rayon Cupshape Brassiere Suit as illustrated cuff bottom Sines 3 to 40   

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