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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                i 1929 eft of Suitcases Reported to Police theft of two suitcases and Iitents valued at 50 from a light car has been reported to lo 1 police by Charles Romano St JosephMb The car which was in local yards from Monday morn ing until Tuesday noon was sealed with a Burlington railroad seal be fore arriving here On its arrival Iti Duluth Minn It was founrt to be sealed with a Chicago Great West ern seal How does AI Spicanspan do it on his Salary Hes thebest dressed man in our office says Pa Penriywise and he only makes a week Its because he only makes a week that he has found the secret economy isoften a good thing says Ma Pennywise Instead of buying a of suits he has his old ones cleaned often and he is none the worse off in appearance I see Klassy Kleaners delivery car at his door often PHONE 495 We Know the Game SMITHS KLASSY KLEANERS EXHIBIT OF RURAL SCHOOLS WILL BE BIGGEST IN YEARS Nearly All to Show Work in Various Departments at North Iowa Fair The largest exhibit ever fur nished by the Cerro Gordo county rural schools s promised at the North Iowa this fall by Mrs Pearl M Tannar county super intendent Four of the town and consolidated schools have already entered their exhibits and nearly all ofxthe 110 rural schools of the county have registered she an nounced Friday Ventura Meservey and Thornton consolidated schools and Rock Falls township school will show leaving only Swaledale and Plymouth con solidated and Rockwell town school who have not yet announced their MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE IP YOU COULD would you save on a Diamond Ray Seney saves people money every day DR C R SMITH Chiropractor East State Phono 445 The Place YODTB Hflard About SHOE Repairing HAT Cleaning CENTRA i SHOE SHOP 117 South Fttlenl City Dr Horace S Beemer J O Penney Building Extraction Specialist XRay of Teeth Intention of competing Any of these schools may make its entry Mrs Tannar said Maps of Iowa decorated with pic tures of ears of corn graphs of the pupils own progress In spelling or some other subject water colored scenes carefuly lettered posters notebooks with decorative covers painstakingly penned perfect ex amples of business and social let ters samples of craftsmanship in the manua training room articles of sewing these and countless sim ilar things will be exhibited under school banners Sept 2 3 4 5 and 6 The work shown will be Classified according to the grade of the pupil Pupils may exhibit in a higher classproviding there is no oppor tunity to exhibit In their own but they may not compete in a lower class Winnebagp Plans to Do But Little Work on Roads of County LAKE MILLS Aug many requests are being made to the Winnebagocounty supervisors for work this summer little work Js being planned as the road fund is overdrawn and only jobs that can be cared for with the present equipment and supplies will be completed Ths county grading machine has completed work on the nine mile stretch of county road south of Lako Mills connecting with Prim ary road number nine which runs east from Forest City to Manly The south half of this road has been giv en a heavy coat of grave and the other half has been gravelled where needed the most This road serves as the main con necting ling between Lake Mills and Mason Cityand the improvment is looked upon here with favor as this road was almost impassable at times Former Resident Is Dead ROCKKFALLS Aug of the John Stenko family who moved to Chicago from here in March have received word that Mr Stenko died July 27 The Ust 1929 Community Dollar Day is to be held In Mason City Saturday Augnst 10 Seasonable merchandise will be on sale Women After Endurance Record Evangelist Talks on Tithing in Address at Tent Tabernacle he Ps Just God owns everything in the uni verse The gold the sliver the animals and even the heavens and the earth are His said Evangelist G Christiansen Thursday eve ning in the tent tabernacle afterlceive ltMai had read several texts Ps and Hag We arc Talces South Dakota Job stewards of that which we call ours he continued In i proved the servant who returned to him the one talent because he did not bring any interest with it The interest which the Lord requires of is the tithe or tenth of what we lave Lev This is Gods ap pointed means of supporting the ministry and spreading the Gospel to the world Tithe was paid by the Israelites to support the tribe of Levl which served in the temple of the Lord Right Mrs Louise McPhetrldge Thaden Inset Bobble Trout MEN flyers are not going to hog al the spotlight in the endurance re fueling marathons now intriguing the country Two well known and experienced women pilots are about to hurl themselves into the contest early in September according to reports Bobble Trout already has two records for endurance flights for women and Louise McPhetridge Thaden held the worlds altitude record for a time having attained to 20000 feet in the ether The women will attempt to snatch the crown from Dale Jackson and Forest OBrine the St Louis champions at Los Angeles in a biplane KI7 The Automatic PnnIMxc Washer iiitlv itRsh ft ivllli HII in rerllWe airHator Two selfdraining portable laundry Regular value Heres a Complete Washing Outfit for the Price of Washer Alone Only Down Tie A n t o aatlc DnoDUc he only Brasher TriJh the Invertlhlfl acjtator An overhead agi tator for B neary washing ir a submersed agitator for lighter things Never in the history of the appliance business has a sellingevent approached the Great Summer Automatic Washer Sale in popularitySeldom has it been possible to obtain such value for your money anywhere Think of Automatic DuoDisc Washer and two selfdraining laundry tubs worth S10 lnsrld aH for the remarkablylow price of price of washer alone You cant afford to do the work which a small motor will do for 3c an hour Take advantage of this opportunity to purchase hours of leisure at a bargam Enjoy the advantage of the Auto matic DuoDisc in the years to come It alone has the features which permit washing a few things or a tubful in the same careful efficient manner Then 2 Weekly Ko Offer for Limited Time Only Peoples Gas Electric Co 22 3l M 22 Second St N CALL US Phone 123 Helping the Homemaker By aras ALEXANDER GEORGE TUTTIFRUTTI SHORTCAKES Breakfast Fresh Peaches and Cream Wheat Cereal Ready Cooked Cream Buttered Toast and Coffee Luncheon Toasted Cheese Sandwiches Pear Salad Fruit Cookies Tea Dlnno Macaroni Relish Buttered Green Beans BroarJ Grape Jam Cucumber Salad TuttiFrutti Shortcakes Coffee I cup diced peaches 1 cup diced bana nas cup sugar Mix and chill the ingredients and place on the shortcake Serve plain or with whipped cream CHILDREN TO HAVE COUNTRY CLUB PARTV The children of the members of the Mason City country club will be entertained at a party Tuesday morning at 10 oclock Games have been planned and prizes will be awarded the winners The party will be held on the country cUib lawn Members of the committee in charge of the childrens party in clude Mrs R W Baumgartncr Mra Frank Barton and Mra Merle Sims Lcavo for Hospital MARBLE ROCK Aug and Mrs Charles O Walker tind Macaroni Relish Serving Six Two and a half cups cooked mac aroni 5 tablespoons butter 6 table spoons flour 2Vi cups milk V4 cup i cheese 2 cup chili sauce i tea spoon paprika 1 teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons chopped green peppers 1 cup cracker crumbs 4 tablespoons butter melted Melt the five tablespoons of but ter and add the flour Blend well and add the milk and cook until a creamy sauce forms Stir constantly to prevent lumping Add the cheese and stir until it has melted Add the macaroni chili sauce paprika salt and green peppers Pour Into a but tered baking dish and cover with the crumbs which have been mixed with the melted butter Bake in n moderate oven for 25 minutes TuttlFrutti Shortcakes Two cups flour 4 teaspoons bak ing powder teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons fat twothirds cup milk Mix the flour baking powder and salt Cut in the fat with a knife and slowly add the milk until a soft dough forms Pat out until Inch es thick Diiide into six pieces and shape into circles li inches In diameter Bake 3 inches apart on greased baking sheets Split and add the fruit mixture Fruit Mixture Onehalf cup diced pineapple 1 i daughter Ruby of Sheridan Mont who have been guests in the H N Merrick home have gone to Roch ester Minn where Mrs Walker will go thru the clinic Attend Greene Funeral MARBLE ROCK Aug eral from here attended the Louis Hesalroad funeral at Greene yes terday afternoon Mr Hesalroad was Mrs Helen Gates father Guests at Algonn ALGONA Aug Helen Dingley arrived Sunday for a visit with her parents Mr and Mrs F W Dingley and were priests under the Aaronic priesthood Abraham paid tithe to Melchisecier who was a type Christ for Christ Is a priest forever order of Melchlscder Heb God says those who withhold their tithe are robbing Him and are cursed with a curse To those who faithfully pay tithes and of ferings He promises such a blessing that there shall not he room to re MARBLE ROCK Aug uunuuou Nola Reed has gone to Sioux Falls In the parable of the talents S Dak where aha has a position in irded In Matt 25 the Lord re a chain store Saturday August 10 will be Com munity Dollar Day in Mason City Many articles will be on sale at one dollar Thousands of Brunswick Records Here for You to Choose From Never before have you seen such a selection with all the latest jazz old melodies and symphonies included and whats more there are thousands here from which you can make selections Stop in today and hear the latest Bruns wick pieces and then enjoy the excel lent fine music they produce on your own phonograph ONE STOP SERVICE BARGAINS in Used Balloon Tires They are Priced to Sell FIRESTONE EXCLUSIVELY Courshon Service The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Diseases of Roses The culture of roses often in volves combating certain blights rusts cankers mildews and other diseases which attack stems leaves or blossoms With the knowledge contains J In this wellillustrated booklet the gardener may recognize any of these troubles when they ap pear and deal with them prompt ly and effectively with necessary sprays pruning or other treat ments A department of agriculture booklet based on thoro study and experience Frederic J Haskin The Information Washington D I Inclose herewith in coin or stamps for of the booklet Street City State RFCORD MISTAKEN Ideas Some People have About Borrowing Money Of course there are times when money should not be borrowed but the man who refuses to borrow when it can be used to pay off debts thereby keeping in good standing with his creditors or for other good reasons is not a prac tical man Business Men are constantly borrowing money Some times to enlarge their business but mostly to meet their bills promptly and to preserve their credit especially in these times For the present they are a little hard up So they do the 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