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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASONS GATHER FOR CONFERENCE Judge Dewey R Moore and W W Bowers Among Guests of Mason City Members of tho Masonic order from all parts of northern Iowa gathered in Mason City Monday for the district conference and fellow meeting planned by the grand master Charles A Dewey and the local committee W A Westfall H F Wilson and W H Paterson Judge Dewey was in charge of the officersconference Held at the Ma sonic temple at 2 30 oclock Monday afternoon Plans were completed for the ban quet to be served in the Baptist church parlors at 6 30 oclock Mon day evening when talks will be riven by Judge Dewey Ernest Moore past grand and W W BowerSj vgrand champlain Stomach Troubles Headache and Dizziness If your stomach is sick you are sick all over If you cant digest your food you lose strength get neivous and feel as tired when you get up as when you went to bed For 10 years Tanlac has restored to health and activity many thou who suffered just as vou do Mrs Maud Jennings of 122 W 14th St Junction City Kans aays After 8 years of stomach trouble I felt I would never get well Tan lac certainly Reserves praise Ive gained 42 Ibs can eat anything sniwas never so stroaeand active Lot Tanlae do for you what it did for this sufferer It corrects the most obstinate digestive iclieves Ras pains in the stgmach and bowels It restores appetite vigor and sound sleep Tanlae is made of roots barks and herbs The cost is less than a cents udose Get abottlefrom your dvuggist today Your money back if it doesnt help you Fire Truck Played Important Parkin 1 Fir Prevention Week Altho yiere UtUe organized effort to rire prevention during last week asa part of the national program the work of the fire department and the schools brot home the lessons of prevention to a large numbezv The new fire truck paraded abouL the streets with a f e prevention sign and shown to thousands of school children was one means of attracting attention to the idea of the week FINDliQUORfN DRINK PARLORS IS Hall Pints Found Under Floor in South Jackson Establishment Federal agents and Deputy Shei iff W D Conn raided a soft drink parlor at 644646 South Jackson avenue Saturday evening and seizec 15 half pints of alleged alcohol foun underthe floor beneaththebed in a back room MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTB Clear Lake OCTOBER 14 19 Kathryn McUowan Editor Office Phone No 839 UB UeWlgfliu Manager Phone No m Overheated Pipe Causes Fire Scare The Mason City fire department answered a callto the homeof Miss A R Marsha 109 SouthiJefferson avenue Saturday night at oclock and found thatVan over heated furnace pipe had caused the house to become filled with smoke Theio was no damage VISIT GROTTO Eight members of the Business and Professional club drove to West Bend Sunday to see the grotto They left at 9 in the moiamg had dinner at Algona and returned in the eveningiiThpse in cluded m the excurstorrweje Mis Ward Hamilton Emma Hagen stein Maude Weppler Ann Swan son Emma Rowe Grace Roe Stephanie Schultz and Gwendolyn Letcher ED FISK DIES AT STATE HOSPITAL Body Will Be Brot to Clear Lake for Funeral Two Sons Wife Survive CLEAR LAKE Oct was received herelate Sunday ning of the death of Ed Fisk which occurred at the state hospital at Cherokee The body will be brot to Clear Lake where funeral services Will be conducted Wednesday afternoon by the Rev J R Tumble son pastor of the Methodist church Mr Fisk who had resided inClear Lake a number of years had suf fered three strokes and had been in failing health fprsome months ago he entered the sanitar ium for treatment Surviving him is his wife Mrs Grace Fisk and ITO sons Curtis of Chicago and Dick of Seattle Wash Burial will be made in the Clear cemetery COLDS MAY DEVELOP INTO PNEUMONIA Coughs from colds may lead to se rious trouble You can slop them now with Creomulsion an emulsified that 13 pleasant to take Creomulslon is a medical discorery with twofold action it soothes and j henle the inflamed membranes and in 1 elements which aoolhe and heal tha inflamed membranes and slop the ir ritation while the creosote goes on to the stomach is absorbed into tha Hood attacks the seat of the and checks the growth the getms Creomulsion is guarantee deatisfao tory in ftlie treatment conghs from bronchitis and mmot forms oj irritations and is excellent for building up the system after colds or flu refunded if notre lieved after taking according IQ direc tions Ask your druggist adr ULSION FOR THE COUGH FROM COLDS THA THANG ON of the greatest healing agencies for roughs from colds and bronchial irtitafjons CreomulBioa contains iq to creosote other healing CREOM frrtf f m m K S1 S S Lay Away Now for Christmas A Small Deposit Will Hold Any Article TKe Watch that helped make histo As Nationally Advertised LONE EAGLE crettinoiQrQ COLCHARLES A LINDBERGH a statement tbtt it tmtqf ntiy Regardless of the model you select or the price you pay you can be sure that your Bulova will give you a lifetime of depend able accurate service Packed m a beautiful engrossed presentation box the Lone model illustrated above with handsomely engraved case 15 jewel Bulova movement radium dial and flex ible Jink offers exceptional value w wcl enjnwd tSKTff DIAMONDS The Store 3 West State Pins Certificates Awarded Commercial Students at School CLEAR LAKE Oct Geneyieve 1 Taylor commercial teacher in the local high school an nounces the typewriting awards for the month of Septem bet Velma Person wrote 42 words a minute on the Royal machine and won a certificate and silver pin Erna Hansen wrote 52 on the same machine andreceived acertificate silver pin and gold pin Those people winningLC Smith certificates were Carol Belt and Ma rionMaeWheeler for writing 31 and 34 words respectively Bronze pin winners on the Smith ma chine were Bernice Locke Kathryri Kennedy Lucille Engebretson Alice Roenfanz arid Florence Anderson Alice Roenfanz and Florence An dersen for writing 40 41 43 45 and 46 wordsrespectively The highest made on the L C Smith ma chine for the month was a gold pin presented to Mary Siesseger for minute The new Underwod Bronze Ac curacy Emblem with 100 per cent chairi and grjard attached was won by Florence French for writing at the rate of 43 words a minute with out error for 15 minutes SOCIAL CALENDAR club with Mrs A M Ingersoll Pythian Sisters hold October meeting Daughters of Union Vets meet at library assembly room 1 O O F lodge meets club to have pot luck luncheon Knights of Pythias meet club meeting at Lions cafe W C TTJ meeting with Mrs George Brooks Eastern Star dinner and lodge meeting OD O club meeting Mrs Rex Rule Sorosis club with Mrs Will Barlow Crescent club with Mrs W Winnie Y B club with Mrs SC Schumacker Men and boys meeting at at Methodist church Temperance Union Will Meet Wednesday Afternoon CLEARLAKE Oct of the state and national Woniens Christian Temperance Union con ventions held recently will be re viewed before the localunit at a meetingto be held Wednesday af tefnbon at the hohaeof Mrs George Brooks South OaR street Mrs Frank Daniels who wasa delegate to the statemeeting at Fort Dodga will tell of the trip while Mrs E E Chappell county president will re view the national meeting Lake Men Return From 2300 Motor Trip East LAKE pot L Bopp and W H 33iekirson Clear Lake buslnessinen have just re turned from atwo Sveeka business trip to Washington While in the capital citySthey visited j many places of interest among them the state capitol aritl government build ings The trip coveredmore than 2 300 miles Both cmen report beauti tul scenery along the National high way CLEAR Cattlesale nt Milwaukee Stock Yards Oct 16 Lee Boyd Owner Mrs Mayme Moore returnedSun from a spent in Chicago Milwaukee Bau Clairi Wausa and Fond du Lac Wis Mr and Mrs Henry IJndslny Rock j Island m were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs D Cal Bran son Lalteshore hotel Madame X 100 all talking Park Theater tonight Mrand M Bller and daughterof Radcliff were guestsof Mrs Ellers sister Mrs A S Dice Saturday Flannel Skirts all shades at 293 Peter Pan Shop Following a the hbmbfof Mr Mrs J B Patterson Mrs1 Torgeson has gone toMm neapolis where she will lake a beauty culture course i Special Showing of Silk and Wool Dresses at 10 this week Peter Pan Shop i Mrs Boy Petersen and infant daughter Charmaine have returned to their home on North East street from thePark hospital Kayon Bloomers at 69c Peter Pan Shop r Clifford kellcy rf si Mr and Mrs J Kear ney North Second street left Mon day for Dubuque where he will at tend school Coach and Mrs L HVKraujrh spent the weekend at Prestoni Minn their former home Donald ONeill who hasbeena patient at the Story hospital Mason City the past week returned to his home here MOTHER OF MRS A LIGGETT DIES Funeral Services for Mrs Ole Paulson WU Be Held A Tuesday CLEAR LAKE Oct pody Mrs Elizabeth Paulson motfeer of Mrs A C Liggett North Second street who died at Me Allen Texas Saturday is expected tevai nye in Clear Lake Monday evening Funeral services wjH be conducted from Wards funeral home Tuesday afternoon at oclock with the Rev J R TunibleBon pastor of the Methodist church in charge Mia Paulson was a resident of Clear Lake for many years Her husband Ole Paulson preceded her In death several years ago Mrs Paulson had been making her home in the south and was at the home of her daughter Mrs An nie Cowley when death occurred Mrs Cowley will accompany the body toClear Lake Burial wit be made inthVClear Lakecemetery Lake Businessmen to Banquet at Ritz Cafe Elect Heads CLEAR LAKE Oct Lakes Commercial club befor mally reorganized at the annual business meeting at the Ritz cafe formerly the Clear Lake cafe offi cers of group announced thismom ing Tickets have been placed on sale and as many business men aspos sible have been urged to attend the banquet and take part in the elec tion of officers itwas said Reading of the various commit tees reports and plans forthe com ing year will feature on the prbgram SLAYER GUARDED wife of GeorgeSt Clair above refused to go to the North Ilatte Nebr air port one evening he strangled her to death buried her body and mysteriously missing according to his con fession to police Because of public feeling extra guards huve been placed around the North Platte jail to prevent a lynch ing before his trial Rotanan Governor on Speaking Tour CLEAR LAKE Oct ence A Knutsbn governor of the eleventh district Rotarians spent the weekend at his homo in Clear Lake after a business trip to Ames and Boone Mr Knutson meets with various Rotary clubs thriiout the district fulfilling as many as eight engagements a week This Week Only with each Moores Heater purchased this week the fol lowing items Stove Board Coal Hod Stove Pipe and Fittings to Connect Heater to Chimney Come in this week and learn how comfortable a Moores Heater will make your economical they are to buy andto operate Your Old Heater Taken in Trade Terms To Fit Your Need As a Companion FREE A Beautiful Kitchen Clock With Any SOUTH BEND Malleable Purchased This Week CurrieVan Ness Co Phone 17 A A A MAINTAINED BY MERIT 11 North Federal Ave Its Coming See the Tuesday Globe Gaxett e THURSDAY Is the Day Transfers Schumacher S C and Esther to Lucy E Pedeity L 16 B 24 in subd of part Clear Lake Camp Mtg Assn Cerro Gordo Co 9920 K Kahm Nathan aaid Augusta to W L Pattpn 51 L 253 and 254 Midland Heights Addn Mason City Iowa ib429 Cerro Gordo Medical Society to Meet on Tuesday Afternoon The Cerro Gordo County Medical society vyill hold a regular meeUng Tuesday afteriioon Oct 15at 2 oclock They will meet inthe HiY Y M C A Theprogramwill be put on by inepibers of the Iowa Tuberculosis association Miss McMichael nurse isalready on the grounds making arrangements for the meeting which will consistof the presenta tion of cases of diseases of the lungs and heart followed by a chemical demonstration vin the afternoon The cases will be discussed Ing1 a 6 oclock dinneratHotel Han ford Helping the Homemaker MayHave Ajrport Red Wing1 la moving closer towards the relalization Of the hopes of its aviation enthusiasts providing for the establishment of a municipal airfield City officials and civic or ganizationsare moving towards definite arrangements for an alport the oC which is variously esti mated up to 5100000 Have Excellent Fishing Oct 14 The Mississippiriver herehas furV nlshed better fishing to local lorfcthis year than for sonic time and the reduction of the number of carp is pointed to as the reason Com mercial fishermen are finding it dif ficult to find carp now By MRS ALEXANDER GEORGE APPLE SAUCE CAKE IS SPIC1 Breakfast Grapes Chilled Wheat Cerealand Cream Creamed Eggs on Toast Coffee Luncheon Minced Ham and Green Peppers Creamed Bread Butter Apple Sauce Cake Tea Dinner Escalloped Onions and Beef left overs Baked Potatoes Bread Currant Jam Head Lettuce and French Dressing Steamed Cranberry Pudding Lemon Sauce Coffee Apple Sauce Cake Moist and deliciously flavored pnetriirdcupfat 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 teaspoons cinna mon 1 teaspoon nutmeg 13 teaspoon salt 3 table spoons mqlass es 1 cup m ash e d un sweetenedapple sauce 1 egg 2 cups flourI teaspoon soda Cream thefat and add the sugar and until Very creamy Add the rest of the ingredients and beat for 2 minutes Pour into aloaf pan which has beenfittedAvith waxed paper Bake ina slow oven for 40 minutes This is an excellent cake for the childrens lunch boxes Escalloped Onions and Beef Serv ing Fonr Four tablespoons butter 4 table spoons flour 1 teaspoon salt 4 tea spoon paprika teaspoon celery salt1 2 cups milk 1 cup cooked on ions 1 cup cooked beef diced Melt the butter and add the flour blend well and add the seasonings and milk Cook until creamy Add the rest of the ingredients and pour nio a bettered bakingdish Bake for 20 minutes in a moderate oven TO SERVE A GUILD MEETING Date and Cheese Sandwiches Salted Nuts Suear Cookies Coffee TRADE EXTENTION DAY IN MASON CITY HERES DOLLARS FOR YOU Youll prof itby attending Trade Extension Day every Thursday in Mason City Nearly 40 merchants have planned to make this oiie gala day each week for 10 weeks move They over their stocks and prepared special values for this one day event now to attend this special event each Thursday A hearty welcome awaits you at every store The merchants and sales people are more than glad to see whether you buy or not You will find the new merchandisejust as advertised and at prices that are reasonably low Plan to Shop in Mason City Thursday Make this a day of shopping around Read every Tues day s cometo Mason City Thursday It gm more thaia pay though you1 live miles TENSION Thursday is TRADE EX READ TUESDAYS GLOBEGAZETTE II   

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