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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa CITY Grim Justice Awaits LYNN Mass Deo 12 The gavel of justice may rap hard ifpolice apprehended thethief who stole the robe which a couplebrot toja recent footballs game here to protect them from wintry Waists The couple were Judge Ralph S Rpeve oflocal district court and Mrs Reeve BALDNESS CAN BE AVOIDED r WOtY TKEK fat filllnl hifc gennlrfdc A perfumed tdnuiaf WHVTEPOX NO IS V Km TooWay Tnetmtntfor Couldnt Help telling you of the wonderful values you will find at SENEYS Ask Him Decorative Materials FOR CHRISTMAS Christmas Trees 25c to 5250 each Evergreen roping 35c per yard Laurel sprays2So per ll Boxwood 5100 per Ib Pine Cones 5c and lOc each Red Ruscus lOc per spray Wreaths 50c to 500 each We suggest that you have your order reserved now The earlyselection is the best selection So Federal Ave H M Knudson Prop Phone 55 1305 S Fed MORE GIRLS THAN BOYS ATTENDING IOWAS SCHOOLS Was Paid by State to Teachers in Sal aries in Year DBS KOINES Dec 12 Citizens Iowa contributed 52259301 an average of 3535 mills to pay the salaries of grade and high school teachers who in structed 713508 children between the ages of 5 and 21 InIowa last year the compiled reports of county superintendents to the state depart mnt of public instruction revealed today The reports covered statistics for 48TO school corporations 1050 of which were in cities villages towns and consolidated districts which were supervised by 21148 school di rectors More Boy s Than Girlie Of the 7i3 508 Iowa children be tween the ages of 5 and 21 W3oat tended Iowapublic sehbols during1 the year ending June 30 362388 were boys and 351120 girls Of 462 644 school pupils between 7 and 16 years of age the boys also led with 234488 as compared with the 228 156 girls Iowa public schools last t year graduated 16906 boys and 18539 girls from the eighth grade while 8733 boys and li500 grils an aggregate of 20233 completed high school work The compiled reports totaled outstanding bonded indebt edness of Iowa school corporations and rural districts at 55708249901 of which 55619351383 was owned by city town village and consoli dated districts Rural Schools Crowded Pupils who obtained all of their schooling last year in one room rural schools Included 78528 boys and 72045 girls with an average daily attendance of 116253390 compiled reports showed while 2314 boys and 2168 girls attendea two rpom schools with an average at tendance of 349697 The 1293 boys and 1206 girls who attended rural schools were Instructed in schools having three or more rooms The average daily attendance at kindergartens thruout Iowa was 13 69419 the report showed with 9 522 boys and 9060 girls registered for kindergarten training Attend ance in nonrural elementary schools reached the 19937514 mark for daily average with an enrollment boys and 112219 girls Sectional Meeting of Masons to Be Held in PlansMade i BRISTOWV Dec of will hold a dis FREED BY BANDITS According to Chinese dis patches Mrs Oscar Holies tad above American missionary who was kidnaped by bandits in China has been released and is again at the Lutheran mis sion at Slnyeti southwest Honan province trict school here Wednesday aid Thursday State instructor Gurber of Wil liams Iowa ia conducting the school Twelve were here Wednes day from other alarger attendance is expected Thursday Beet Factory Receives Skull Injury BELMONDDec son Js in the hospital with a crushed skull as a result of an dent at the sugar factory A belt that had been placed temporarily on the stockers in the process of cleaning up after the campaign was jarred lose and fell in such a man ner that it hit Mr Wilson on the base of the skull He went about his work for a while after the acci dent seemingly unhurt As one of the men were speaking to him he collapsed and was immediately taken to the hospital where the real injury was located Thompson Schools Enlist in Christmas Seal Work THOMPSON Dec superintendent Miss Olson of Forest City has left a large number of Christmas seals with the Thompson schools The drive in this locality will start Wednesday All tho grades of the Thompson school ex cept the two lower grades will talie part in the annual Christmas seal sale All schools of Winnebago will helDdondttctthe sale DECEMBER 12 I 1 I t I i I i i i Only 10 More Shopping Days Until Christmas Only 10 More Shopping Days Until Christmas QejoarimentiStores Deep Reductions on Richly Furred WINTER COATS 1 kJ A PreHbliday Sale Stunning Models for Winter Just at the beginning of real winter weather we offer phenomenal values in our special group of fur trimmed coats Straight line and flare tunic effects in such fine fabrics as broadcloths suedes and mixtures for women and misses THE CHRISTMAS STORE READY WITH GIFTS THAT ARE SMART AND NEW BESS LAE DRESSES at 10 Will Make An Ideal Gift I I 1 trl i r Many things to fill the orders Santa has takenare here By this time we are sure Santas books are filled with or ders from all the little boys and girls as well as the grown ups Here at our store dozens and dozens of these orders can be filled satisfactorily fromthe Christmas things that we have brought here from the many factories that work and plan with old Santa Community Silverware SELECT from thefive popu lar designs A single piece such as a jelly spoon a pickle fork or a spoon for baby may be purchased as well as the sets of 29 or more pieces Single pieces from Sets 3D piecesSSB50 BalancedUnit Radio ift for All WahlPens Eversharp Pencils Wahl Pens to SB Eversharp Pencils to Set of pen and pencil to Desk Sets i Mirro Aluminum Ware Kouslcrs to Tea to i475 Percolators to Double to Cake Pans70c to Vapo Seal Cookers to GIFT can bring into the home as much en joyment as a Philco Radio can Music drama vaude ville church service foot ball baseball and basket ball games The air is yours with a Philco andPhilco is yours at a very reasonable price Screen Grid Lowboy 119 Less Tubes Electrical Appliances Toasters to Curling to Percolators ava 56 to Waffle Irons to Heating Pads to Griswold Cast Ware For the Younger Folks Ice skates roller skates interesting games erector sets skis sleds coaster wagons are among the interesting things that you will want to see here Dutch Ovens to Griddles 80c to Waffle to Skillets gOc to S3 Sleds to Coaster Wagons to Roller Skates and Chemistry Sets Football Games Air to Skiis to Ski Poles Airplanes to Various Items Kitchen Clocks 5345 to WIss Shears to Scissor to Casseroles to Buxton Key Tnlners 75c to Vacuum Bottlesft to PHONE 17 CURRIEVAN NESS CO MAINTAINED BY MERIT 11 NORTH FEDERAL AVE m m ll I 38 l li m m m m Sft 36 r 35 3ft
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