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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                r EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE OUTDOOR LIFE GROUP HEARS HOLIDAY TALK DECEMBER 12 M 1929 I I you Ray Wouldnt SeneyB Is the place ft ta buy the ring or 11 watch Sandys Flower Not just a store but wonderland of beauty glowing with brilliance of enchanting soms radidnt with natures own note v of Christmas Here the Christmas spirit is in the very merchandise itself Shop here early and restfully PLOWEB ICONS 3783 16 1st S E KONJOLA ENDED FIFTEEN YEARS OF INDIGESTION It Has Been a Month Since I Completed the Treatment and None of My Ailments Returned He Says One of the amazing properties of Konjola is the speed with which it works and the thoroughness ftf its results Yet his Is not strange whin you stop to Kon jola is really 32 ingredients skillfully blended into i one Members of Department Arraiige Tea Discuss Plans for Contest in Outdoor Decoration of Homes A message of Christmas cheer was delivered to members of the outdoor life department of i tne Womans club by the Rev Willlara H Spence at their December meet ing Wednesday afternoon The group met in the assembly room or the library Tho hedeclared he was not an authority on nature study the Rev Mr Spence adapted his talk to Ins audience He spoke of the nature worship of the early civilisations telling how they saw in every phenomenon or beauty of nature a manifestation of the gods Love of nature still has a place in religion he said and went on that a meeting of nature students Is an appropriate Christmas occasion talk members gavs current items of outdoor life rang ing from accounts of rare birds seen to suggestions for outdoor Christ mas trees Members of the depart ment discussed the project which the group issponsoring the move ment for outdoor Christmas decorr atioii oflocal residences Mrs A L Peterson department listed the prizes which the pommit tee will award for most effective decorations Mrs Peterson announqed tne meeting for January tobe held Jan 22 with Mrs Henry Frankel of Des Homes as speaker At the close of the meeting tea was served The tea table was dec orated with a centerpiece of holly and red tapers and a red tea pot continued the festive note Mrs Pe terson poured A WOMANS CLTJBPJLAY REPEATED AT HIGH SCHOOL Nearly 600 persons saw the Wo mans club play The Queens Hus band at the final performance at thehigh school Wdnesday night This was the first play publicly presented by the organization this year The Irama department spon sored the production QUEEN REBEKAH CIRCLE TO MEET FRIDAY The Queen Rebekah Circle witl hold a Christmas party and program atI p O at Friday igift exchangeHostesses will include Mrs J G Hannah 1 Mrs MatUe Mrs G M Buck Mrs J E Turner Mrs Jacob Havenstead Mrs Sidney Wyburney Mrs W F Andrews aucl Mrs C DRing ST JOHNS WOMANS AUXILIARY TO MEET Friday at at the home of Mrs David Convey 31 Oak Drive St Johns Womans Auxiliary will give a Christmas tea and program The Rev C B Whitehead will give a short talk on the life of the late presiding Bishop Murray after which Mrs E H Crofoot will pres ent an article from The Spirit of Missions concerning the Right TAKESTO STAGE Appearing as leading lady In a Chicago revue Mrs Charles H Fargo above popular young matroncxplalns that she is merely working for the fun of it and lor pin money Rev C P Anderson who hasre cently been elected presiding bis hop Mrs C G Jfaudsley will sing a group of Christmas solos afte which tea will be served The com mittee for the tea includes Mrs Louise Dorr Mrs Earle Moore Mrs H H Green Mrs E Hentges and Mrs B C Way KERSEYS ENTERTAIN AT EVENING PARTY Mr and Mrs C W Horsey 1809 Sbrth Carolina avenue entertained t2 friends ata party at their home iVedriesday evening Games ant cards were the amusement and Mrs Ellis Allen won the prize for high score At the close of the evening refreshments were served MONROE CAJIPFERE GIRtS HOLD MEETING The Monroe Campfire girls en tertained at the home of their lead er rMs Harold Jennings 13 Four eenth place northwest Wednesday Sach member brot one guestThe Visitors each received a gift of food a doll and a doll bed Oranges ap les and pop corn balls were served The group wm hold a party at Mrs Jennings home Saturday after noon v MARRIAGES A marriage license has been Is sued to Merle Smith Mason City and Etta Dodd Mason City Boy Scouts Will Have Winter Gamp This Yeai A winter camp for Boy Scouts to be conducted Dec 30 31 and Jan 1 at Camp Roosevelt tne official out ing centerof the North Iowa coun cil was announced in the scout lead ers bulletin that has been sent out from the local office Only 13 scouts may be accommodated These must be first class or higher MB JAMES CIAWSON Photo by Russell Studio These 32 ingredients 22 of which ara the juices of roots and herbs work together In Cleansing and in vigorating the ailing organs and in paving the wayfor the return of new and glorious health The Kon JolaMaritwh6 is at the Huxtable Drug Store 116 South Federal ave nue Mason City is besieged daily by local menand women who call to find out what Konjola means to them In their search for health He will tell you case after case wherein Konjola brought the first and only relief He will tell you of cases like that of Mr James Claw son Burchinal la nine miles from Mason City who made the follow ing amazing statement a few days ago Ithas been a month since I completed the Konjola treatment andnone of my ailments have re turned That is why I am glad to Indorse this medicine to all who suf fer Fifteen years ago I became af flicted with a severe Case of indi gestion I was in agony all the time because of the pains in my stom Food failed to digest and al ways formed quantities of gas that 1 bloated me My liver became slug gish and caused bilious I was highly nervous and unable to sleep soundly I heard many people praising Konjola and I wondered it this medicine could possibly benefit me There was but one way to find out and so I decidedto give ita trial That was a wis decision for Kon jola went right to work Just as I told it would do There was a decided change in my condition when I finished taking the second bottle Prom then on my health rapidly returned and when I fin ished the eighth bottle indigestion had been banished My liver was regulated and my nerves were calmed I eat sleep and feel like a different person No wonder Kon jpla is the moattalked pf medicine in America Konjola contains no alcohol no nervedeadening drugs no heart depreasing chemicals It needs no such hazardous ingredients its seeming wonders to perform The Konjola Man Js at the Hux table Drug Store 116 South Fed eraTavenue Mason City where he is jueetiug the puuiio daily intro ducing and explaining the merits of this new and different medicine Her Face Is Her Fortune may be said of many a woman but unless Jier hair as well kept her beauty may not be evident Here you can have the best of beauty care the newest cosmetics the most uptodate scalp treatments Let your next Permanent v be a Eugene PALAIS WAVE SHOP Paluls Koyal Phone 3400 Cravens and Up A Craven plate at 10 is not an ordinary plate but a plate built by our ex perts to give you service and have the correct ap pearance Plate Repairing CRAVENS PLATE SHOPPES 18 First St S E 806 Eighth St DesMnfne 410 I0ust OntofTown Customers Write LOCAL MAN WINS FARM GONI1ST Farmstead Improved by Mr and Mrs Currier Is High in Iowa Mr aidMrs J Russell Currier northeast of Mason City were not only winners of first iti the eleventh congressional district in the farm beautification contest sponsored thruovit Iowa by the Wallaces Farmer Des Moines but also won first over the entire state The farm was examined and scored last April by a representa tive of the paper This fall another examination of the place was made and it was scored again Mr and Mrs Curriers efforts had wrought a 209 point improvement in the farmstead which was sufficient to win them the state championship There were 140 farms entered In the contest from all parts of Iowa The first prize award amounted to 550 Two Injured While at Work Improving Lloyd Quimby 1337 Federal avenue north who suffered a brok en arm while working Tuesday was able to leave Park hospital Wed nesday where hehadbeen confined with hisinjuries Ernest Nygren 240Twentleth street southwest who received three broken ribs Tuesday is improving at Park hospital Both men were working for the Peoples Gas and Electric company when hurt Five Patients Fronv Cherokee Will Be Put in County Home P G RoUCerro Gordo county supervisor and Mr and Mrs Pat McGuIre in charge of the county home were expected to return Thursday from Cherokee with five patients who will be taken from staEp hospital1 arid placed in cal institution The state law requires that pas tienta remain in theCherokee insti tution for at least a year in order to ascertainvwhether they will re spond to treatment Keeping the patients in the local institution is the more economical for the county it was stated Man Steals Candy Is Given 10 Day Sentence Ogcar Belli 227 Seventh street wassentenced to 10 day a in th county jail on a charge of larceny Acting Judge M C Coughjonin police court Thursday morning When arrested early Thursdaymorning by police his pockets were filled with candy Ho admitted later that he had taken the candy from the United Cigar store Np 2 WORTH COUNTY MARRIAGE LICENSES ANNOUNCED NORTHWOOD Dec riage licensee jpr November were ILES OINTMENT s Blind Bleeding r Protruding IntubMwith tlft lie or in tinbox COc issued by the clerk of the courts for Worth county as follows Joe Neste and Idellakaasa both of Al bert Lea Minn Robert 3 Barry Tulsa Okla Meredith Capon Min neapolis Carl C AndersonGarner Frances M Weiss Albert Lea MinnAlfred H Bork Nashua Ruth Volbrecht Charles City Le land Scott Lenora Osland Joice Lawrence Johnsonj North woocl Mabel Stumo Northwood William Woodbury and Lelia John sofa bcith Qf Paul Minn Bottolf C Witijun Minn Gertie Olson Albert Lea Minn Charles WNorthwood Beaulah M Patter son Northwood Congress to Adjourn Dec 21 for Holidays WASHINGTON Dec 12 Congress today took time from its legislative duties to complete plans for its Christmas vacation The house followed the lead of the seri ate in passing aresolution provid ing a holiday recess from Dec 21 to Jafi 6 s That Boy On Your Christmas List t He may be at that perplexing in between age He may have everything in the world in the line of toys He may be a very par ticular little gentleman He maybe a little fellow who actually needs things Whoever he is hes bound to be a real boy who will be immensely pleased with some thing to wear and his mother will appre ciate it too His Gift Is Np Problem Leather Helmets Mittens 50c Tims Caps Pajamas to Bath Robes to Sweaters to Golf Tie and Kerchief sets 65c Blazers Kay nee Suits up Shirts and Blouses 59c up Cowboy Suits Up Indian Suits up Fancy Belts and Buckles Handkerchiefs 10c up Ties 50c up Visit Our Boys Department Getto Know Christmas Has Lost Its Terrors for the lady who has learned to choose his gifts where he would wish her to even the selection of the allimportant tie is a pleasure kind hed love to have but would simply never buy them for himselfWild colorful ones luxurious ones striking new styles up For the lucky lady who knoiys his shirt size the Christmas problem is quickly so pleasantly solved If youre just a bit practical youll like givinghim hell like it too whether its serviceable woolens or sporty shorts up Handkerchiefs are a mark of distinc tion to the discriminating man hell appreciate your taste and thoughtful ness in selecting them Get to Know   

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