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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa 11 tEN I MASON CITYv GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER i9 1929 Clear Lake Kathryn McGowan Editor OHIee Phone No 289 Lee DeWlggiiu Manager Residence Phone No 61 GRAVEL TRUCK CRUSHES JAMES Son of James Dies at Waterloo Hospital Fol lowing Accident CLEAR LAKE Sept dall James 16 year old son of Mr andMrs W W James of Waterloo who until a few weeks ago owned the Rogers hotel concession stand was accidentally killed Monday when he was run over by a gravel truck accordingto word received here James died in a Waterloo hospital Monday afternoon following an ac cident which occurred on primary road No 59 north of Waterloo The boy had been workingas an instru ment helper with the highway com mission He was walking down the road for a surveyors flag and at tempted to Juoip on the running board of a passinggravel truck He missed the running board and foil beneath the wheels and was crushed He died soon after reaching the hospital U y B TO MEET CLAR LAKE Sept Bernice ONeill will be hostessto the U Y B club Friday afternoon This meeting will mark the second one of the fall season Lions Representing Nine Clubs Attend Gathering Second Banquet Held at ClubhouseHear of AccomplisHrnente SALLYS SALLIES To identify Genuine THE increasing Me of Bayer Aspirin every year is proof that it has no iil effects It is the accepted antidote for pain It always helps it never harms Quick relief when ypnye a headache or cold or are suffering from neu ralgia or neuritis Rheumatic pains yield too if youll only give these tablets a cljance But yon want Ajjjjirjiiso look for the Cross oh every tablet The box always bears the name Bayer rod the word genuine printed in red Quiet The JEW and Startling Majestic RADIO Has no AC Hum CLEAR LAKESept Lions clubs of northern Iowa are carrying on a program of true Lionlsm was provedwhen reports of activities completed the past year by clubsIn nine towns of trict were given at the second an nual banquet and gettogether spon sored by the Clear Lake club at the new country club house Wednesday evening Lions and Lionesses num bering more than 160 persons sat down to the delicious chicken din ner served by members ofthe Con gregational Ladles Aid society Assisting in boys club work sponsoring hobby sfcowa honoring honor students beautifying and im proving tracts ofgToundliintpparks and athletic fields1 and thrusafety child welfare work the ma jotactivities accomplished ac cording to reports Towns represent ed by club members were Charles City Osage Nora SpringsSt Ans gar Lake Mills Garner rBelmond Mason City and Clear Dr C F Starr district governor H H Mott district deputy governor Commissioner Phelps of the International office Chicago and PastInternational President W A Westfall were present at the din ner Music furnished by Fred Shaf fer on ajplanoVaccordlons and group singing supplied entertainment dur ing the banquet hour A NyAnderson acted as toast master and introduced various speakers He presented King ClearLake soloist who to the Clear Lake organization by accepting the appointment of district depiitygovr ernor Mr King willassume respon sibilities fof the office immediately He I Do and Smilin Thru accompanied on the pianoby Mrs C Chase A Game was given byMiss Carolyn Bigg Following the banquet greetings rom the district were extendedby Dr Starr ofMason City He de clared the Iowa Lions the best he lad seen in his work with Lions clubs of the state and international roups He praised especially those of northern Iowa who to a certain extent directs the destiny of interT national work J W A Westfall a past interna tional head compared the group to he first international convention he ttended several years ago Now the otal clubs thruput the United tales number 1908 he said1 with 23 organized in the past year The pirit of Lions clubs is spreading nore rapidly than any other service lub of the country he declared The closing address was given by H C Hill Osage Mr Hills humor us manner thruout the talk kept he crowd in a contltmous round of aughter and brqt a fitting climax to he round of business reports He tressed the fact that considerable jood was derived by each individual member of the clubs Men who sed tobe hidebound in the Osage club hesaid are how interesting citizens and have ability to take part in any activity of the club the inferiority complex in small towns he stated in closing Those who gave reports from the various clubs were Colburn Chapler Charles CityCE Oilman Mason City Claude Tatum Nora Springs A M Aasgaard Lake Mills H J Risse St Ansgar Prof E Mounce Garner H H Mott Osage and Ross Rogers Clear Lake Dancing and a social time closed the meeting SECRET WEDDING ANNOUNCED HERE Aniy Loir FierceSeymour Hall Married Since June 14 CLEAR LAKE Sept L Pierce is announcing the secret marriage of her daughter Miss Amy Lou to Seymour Hall of Hanlontown which took place at Rdchester Minn June The couple has al ready begun housekeeping on the brides mothers farm eight miles south of Clear Lake The ceremony which was per formed by the Rev Clarence Lee of the Lutheran church wds wit nessed by Mr and Mrs Oscar Run ken college friends of the bride grooms father R M Hall Mrs Hall was graduated from the Clear Lake high school with the class of 1922 She attended the Iowa State college Ames where she was affiliated with theKappa Delta society She also attended the Iowa StateTeachera college at Ce dar Falls While there she pledged the Pi Theta Pi sorority For the past year she has been employed in the John P Harding tea rooms in Chicago Mr Hall Is the son of Mr and Mrs RM Hall of Hanlontown and was graduated from the high school there Peoples Gas Electric Co Radio Headquarters SET AT LIBRARY Volumes WiH Aid School Students in Work CLEAR LAKE Sept Mary J Bowman librarian an nounces the World Book an en yclopedia of 10 volumes designed o meet the requirements of pupils n the junior and seSnior high school has recently been added to the ref ence department of the public ibrarjr c This set of encyclopedia is recom the leading educators has a place In nearly high school and library in the country The questions which Thomas A Edison asked of the candidates from whom he chose his success are all answered in this book A service bulletin is issued each month For this year the topic is character building and an outline or study and a suggested program a given for each week For con venience the page on which each subject is found in the World Book is given Men nb longer1 hide behind wom ens skirtsNeither do the women Mrs Robert Davis Honored at Luncheon CLEAR LAKE Sept J H McBwen entertained at a 1 oclock luncheon Wednesdayat her summer home on South Second street in honor of Mrs Robert Davis who with her husband are soon to move to Mausula Mont to make thein future home Those present were Mrs Russell George West Un ion Msr George Davis of Clear Lake and Mrs Earl Ehlera Mrs Earl McEwen Mrs Claire Davis and Miss Emma Hartwell of Mason City MAKE GOOD GROWTH Gray marketed 40 head of spring pigs here that weighed better than 200 pounds each at the age ot six months KIWANIS HEARS SCHOOL TALENT Mpsic Instructors Coaches and Players Are on Program Talent for the regular meeting ofthe Ktwanls club of Mason City atHotelvHanford Thursday nooa waadrawn entirely from the Mason City high school and junior college JJiss Ellen Smith and Miss Mar garet Smith members ofthe music faculty in the public schools enter tained rthe in embers with two musi cal numbers Miss EUen Smith was at the piano and Miss Margaret Smith played the violin Coaches Sutherland and J A Grimsley of the high school and Junior college gaye short talks in which they emphasized the help that the service clubs of the city could give to the teams and introduced Captain Manningof the high school eleven and Captain Bost of the jun ior college team LeRoy Stoddardwas awarded the attendance prize for the past month Membersofthe local clubplan to accept an invitation of the Albert lies organization to visit Albert Lea oh Sept 30 They also have been in vited to a chicken dinner to be served by the women I of Rock palls Both coaches and the players were optimistic concerning the pros pects for Mason City fpotball arid predicted if the teams were prop erly supported by attendance that the season would be unusually suc cessful Fngiclaire Men Meet Here for Instruction A school for frigidaire service men from 4i counties in the north half of the state beingheld this week at Hotel Han ford by the Frig idaire company is being attended by about 4ft jnen from Cerro Gordo arid neighboring counties A B Mc Laughlta of the Frigidaire factory teaching the school He has all the parts of the refrigerator unassem bled and is answering all questions by demonstrations WILL ENTER COLLEGE Rosella Hiff sens daughter of Mr arid Mrs Wil liam HisgenB and Jllss JIarcella Fnr dal have left for Dubuque Hiss Kindal enters lor her first year in Clarka college nnd Miss Higsens en ters on her second year Stomach Disorders First Revealed by Coated Tongue Your tongue is nothingmore than the upper end of your stom ach and intestines It is the first thing yourdoctor looks at It tells at a glance the condition of your digestive physicians say that 90 of all sickness starts with stomach and bowel trouble A coated tongue 33 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 the bowels gas sour stomach dizzy spells Coating on the tongue is a sign that you need medi cinewhich 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 Tanlac 52 MILLION The new and smart head gear of the season is inr eluded inthisvivid autumn array Homburgs welt edgesand snap brim mod els And up to i Eight Dollars Slothing Cgjflpatuj 119 NORTH FEDERAL AVE Lodge Social Circle Planned for Friday CLEAR LAKE Sept Rebekah Social circle will meet at the OF hall Friday with the regular slipper for Odd Fel lows and Rebekahs served at 6 oclock Mrs O P Hawver and Mrs W H Dickirson will be cochair man Temperance Union Sponsors Pie Social at Grantcenter School CLBAPv LAKE Sept ceeds realized from the Rural W C T IT pie social to beheld Friday the Grant Center school house will be used in financing two delegates to the state convention which convenes at Fort Dodge in October It has been announced All women have been asked to furnish a pie for the auction Coffee will be furnished A program is also be ing prepared The regular meeting will be held at the home of tho president Mra F M Lee north of Clear Lake Tuesday At that time the delegates will be chosen How One Woman Lost 20 Pounds of Fat Lost Her Double Her f Lost Her Sluggishness Gained Physical Vi jjorrGained in Vi Gained a Shapely Figure If youre tho cause KRUSCHEN SALTS containthe mineral salts your body organs glands and nerves must have to function properly When your vital organs fail to perform their work bowels and kidneys cant throw off that waste you realize growing hideous ly fat Try half a teaspoonful of KRUSCHEN SALTS in a glass of hot water every 3 weeks get on the scales and note how many pounds of fat have van Noticealso that you have gained skin is your eyes sparkle with glorious younger in keener in mind KRUSCHEN will give any fat personajoyous sur prise Get an 856 bottle of KRUSCHEN SALTS atanjr drug store lasts2 this first bottle doesnt convince you this is the eas iest safest and surest Avayptolose youdont feel a superb im provement In gloriously money gladly returned CLEAR LAKE LOCALS For hskpg rms Modern Phone 265W Mra A C Hater Dr and Mrs E E Chappellwho spent the past week in Chicago have notified Clear Lake friends that they will drive to Newcastle Ky to visit relatives of Mra Chap pell several days before returning to Clear Lake Park tonight Lon Chnney In Where East is and music Collegians Mrs E C Flsk has been calledto Chicago by the serious illness of her son Curtis Fiak who is suffering from mfectlonfbllowing extraction1 of a tooth TrfrsFisk left Wednes day evening f Mrs John VFiirso Gladys and John Henry Johnson loft by au to Thursday morning for Minne apolls where they will spend several days with relatives Mrs r Clifford and her moth er Mrs W Doran of West Con cord Minn are visiting with Mrs Emma Baker and Mrs Margaret Brewster South Second stroot 0 Mrs KobeHf who been H arid confined to her home on East Main street the past weeks Is reported improving Siamese Porker Born IB INS Siamesptwin was bom ohttfeVfarm of Henry Farmer near here The freak pig had two per fectly formed bodies and eight feet but lived only a short time Men Whose Feet Work Overtime Choose DoubleDuty Police Shoes Genuine Hercules Overalls We believe there are iio better overalls than the Hercules Guaranteed not to new pair if they do All styles 41 Work Jackets Of double service blue denim Indestructible pockets Hercules qual ity Roomy and corn able TripleStitched Work Shirts A combination of the finest heavyweight Her culea chambray and highest type workman ship Coat style blue oivgray We Also Carry Bandanna Handker chiefs Sheepskin Coats Leather Jackets Mackinaws Khaki Army Pants 498 DOUBLEDUTY SHOES 9 Features for Comfort and Wear 1 Finest calf akin uppers 6 2 Sewed heel seats 7 3 Arch support venti lated insole 8 4 erproofed 9 5 WearProof linings Goodyear Welte Weatherprotection caulk welta Leather Counter Pocket Leather Inside Back Stay A shoe that prevents foot weariness after a long hard day An all weather shoe that gives protection in rain snow or sleet Youll find it in SearsRoebuck DOUBLEDUTY POLICE SHOES as thou sands of others whose work keeps them continually out ofdoors men who know shoe values from long experience Built especially for policemen firemen mailcarriers and all men whose feet work overtime every detail that makes for comfort and wear has been given the closest attention The arch supports carry your weight without muscular strain Sewed heel seats retain the shape of the shoe Ventilated insoles keep feet cool and fit Two full soles Goodyear welts WearProof linings and weatherprotection caulk welts are features of DOUBLEDUTY POLICE SHOES that you would expect to find only in shoes costing twice Come on a pair today See the DoableDuty Shoe Advertisement in the September 2 of the Saturday Evening Post Hunting Coats Warm blanket lined hunting coat bldod proof game pockets Dead grass Canvas Work Gloves Longservice canvas work gloves Of 8ounce cotton flannel with nap on inside Double thick ness at wrists pairs Values in Work Socks Made of strong soft cotton yarns and rein forced at toe and heel 6 prs 01 C We Also Carry Work Pants Work Shirts Corduroy Coats Pants Double Duty Moleskin Coats Slickeis Raincoats Sears Roebuck and Co Phone Number 664 Retail Store 1214 First St N W Mason City Store Hours Daily G 00 9 Saturdays 9 WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK SR
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