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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa Mason City News On This Page DECEMBER 31 1929 EVENTS fan Year dance at Mason City armory with music by Stan leys 11piece orchestra Ameri can Legion Drum and Bugli corps sponsoring Jan New Yearsparty in clubrooms Jfnn show at armory Jan court to open will Judge Joseph J Clark in charge Jan rea Boy Scou meeting at the Hotel Hanford Jan day City News Of in j JHScnmltz piano tunerPh2435J Winter gas high test 18c North Monroe and Fifth New Years services will be hel at the Immanuel Lutheran church at oclock Wednesday evening the Rev B T Erholm the pasto announces Now convenient departure to Si Paul Mpla via C G W R R Co Lv MasonCity at a m Dr Horace S Beenier J C Penney Building George E Ryder of Evanston III astudent atGarrett Bibltpa institute arrived in Mason Cit Monday His uncle W F Muse is expected home in a day or two from Orange N J where he spen Christmas with Mr and Mrs Ralph H Norris and together they wil i motor to San Antonio Texas to the remainder of the winter For the better Illinois Lump Coal call Special Sunday dinner Lester Cafi ft for work in Tpacking plant Apply Employment Department Jacob E Decker and Miss Alico Butler girl reserve in the T W C A a Clinton left Monday for Ames to f spend the remainder of the Chrlst nias vacation after visiting over IChristmas with her brother W P Butler 24 Tenth street northwest Three cars of Kentucky Block Coal on track Special off cars W G Block Co Ph luai Bancetf Sfew Years dance Tuesday Deo few Year dance Wednesday Jan Both atMason City armory Stan ley and His Eleven Aristocrats James Nicholou 524 Van Buren ivenue southwest reported to po night that his bicycle lafroeen stolen dinner New Years day 2 to 2 at Home Tea Room 218 N Jel Roast turkey or chicken and lum pudding etc Jl and 75c reserve Ph 3537 i Police Officer Lcroy Neary re Iturried Tuesday morning from IWalthill Nebr where he had been a visiting relatives In one investment unit more thai 1140 companies in Cities Service work for you diversified in public utility Ipetroleum and natural gasindustry doing business in more than 3C I states and foreign countries Orders executed 10 or more shares cash or thrift plan Do not delay asking C IF Kriz 625 M B A Bldg Phone open evenings Found Above Pool Hall It was stated in Mondays issue that a number of empty cans were Ventura pool hall in a i raid Saturday night Sheriff G E Cress states that these cans were found in rooms above the pool hall fand that A M Quandahl proprie l tor of the pool hall ia exonerated of I any possible blame in connection Fwith the raid Wall street is no place for a thin k skinned man He is skinned too fre Constitution Best Wishes for a Happy New Year prosperity comes to youas we think it will and your thoughts turn to the Home you want Call on us Phone 134 Kresge Bldg DALY EPIGRAMS The only difference in babies the opinion of their mothers HEATING Second Section New Years Edition Y M C A PLANS OPEN HOUSE ATHLETIC EVENTS WILL BE ON NEW YEARS PROGRAM Y AT and Y W to Put on Joint Exhibition in Swimming Poo Winding up with a basketball grame between the Junior college and Mason City high school first teams the Y M C A will present a full day of athletic events at its open house program New Years day The feature game will start at 8 p ra and will be proceeded by a tilt be tweenthe second teams of the two schools at7 p m Outstanding among the other events of the day will be vhe finals in the closed handball tournament between Hose Robinson and Willis Patton at10 a m To Start at Afternoon activities will begin at oclock with a basketball game between the Jewish Cagets and the Jewish Basketeera of the Sunday school league Following the boys basketball game will be a girls basketball ex hibittonby theIndependets and the f N T teams of the Y W C A Players on the Independents are Irene Overson Mildred Madsdn Marge OHarrow Pauline Detra Evelyn Kephart Florence Sand burg Audrey Adams and Gladys Pusch T N T players are Madge Cummings Hazel Helm Ruby Jo hannsen Mary Moore Ella Schar lau Nancy Howard and ArviJla Woodhouse To Have Folk Dancing Folk dancing by the the Y W C A will take place after the girls game Thosewho will take part are Marjorie Brown Mildred Hines Gene De Voe Geraldine Burner Audrey Repp Doris Hard ing Joan Gilmore Enid Forbes Marylin Hines Florence De Voe Dorothy Campbell Gene Peterson Patricia Farter Virginia Madigan Margaret Hardigan and Doris Wil son The final basketball game of the afternoon will be between the Sham rocks and the Church of Christ team both of the Y M C A Sun day school league At oclock the center of ac tivities will shift from the Y M C A gym to the swimming pool A joint exhibition will be put on by teams in the Y M C A and Y W C A teams in swimming and div ing Boys who have been students in the Y M learntoswim campaign will take their final tests Will Show Lifcsaving A special demonstration in life saving will be put on by the young men of the Y M C A Boys who will take part in the ex hibition are Bob Collier Melvin Decker Harold Leese Bill Whor ley Armin Kohler Lawrence Koh ler Harold Thompson Dick Hoi man Leland Huff Jimmie Schultz Mike Angeloff jack Paschusta Howard May Loten Michaels Jack Edwards Church Jack Phelan Billy McAllister Harris Gil pin and James McDonald Girls who will take part in the demonstration are Audrey Repp Patricia Ferrer Jean Gadwell Vir ginia Madigan Marilyn Hines Mar jory Brown Elizabeth Perry Gene McAllister Geraldine Bruner Faith Darland Louise Darland Betty Buli Nina Trudo Margaret Hedges Vera Holman and Nora Faktor CAIN BUYS BUILDINQ AND PLANS EXTENSIVE ADDITION CANDY BUILDING BOTTLING PLANT The purchase of the Mason City Canfty company building South avenue andSeventh street with plans to double the size of the structure by an additionwon the south side was announced Tuesday by Thomas F Cain manager of the Mason City Bottling coVnpahy The Mason City Candy company building shown in the accompany ing picture was owned by the Day ton Building company and was at one time occupied by the Mason City Candy company It is 30 by 132 feet in size With the addition which Mr Cain contemplates structure will have a 60 foot front age on Federal avenue Mr Cain plans to erect this addi tion of concrete and reinforced steel as well as to remodel the present building by the installation of con cretefloors The addition it is es timated will cost in the neighbor hood of As planned now the Mason City Bottling company plant will be TYlOVArt ffOTVl ill n t THOMAS F CAIN location 217 Sixth street southeast to the new inew plant ls requirea to Mrs Ben Clausen Funeral Services Will Be Wednesday A prayer service for Mrs Ben Clausen 42 Grafton who died here Sunday morning will be held at 1 oclock Wednesday afternoon at the Randall funeral parlors This will be followed at oclock Wednesday afternoon by funeral services at St James Evangelical Lutheran church the Rev Oswald E G Mail in charge Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery Mary Helen Clausen was born Oct 15 1887 in Germany Seven teen years ago she came to the United States Before coming to Mason City for treatment she had lived at Grafton Mrs Clausen is survived by her husband and two children Glaus 18 and Inga 13 Vance Music Company Opens Branch at Cecil The Vance Music company has opened a branch in the Cecil tae ater lobby It has put in a complete selection of sheet music and Vic tor records The shop will be open every day and evening for the con venience of theater patrons who de sire to obtain musical numbers that they may have liked In the show You can tell the rich man in a small town He wears ordinary i clothes and buys an automobile that hes able to pay Kock Arkansas Democrat MONEY MEANS SUCCESS You must have money at all times n order to succeed Bills and ex enses must be met promptly if you are to have a satisfactory credit rating Meet all bills without de riving yourself of necessities this way Use our money Borrow this way for convenience and ease Pay back as you earn no outside signers needed UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE FM HUMPHREY MGR PHONE 1414 GROUND FLOOR MBA The Seasons Greetings May 1930 Bring You Health Happiness and Prosperity Mason City Mill work Co 318 South Monroe Mason City Jova HAPPY NEW YEAR And we want to thank you sincerely for your patronage during the year just closing W J DALY Co PLUMBING 32 Second SI N 1C HEATING Delaware Building EXECUTIVE GROUP OF BOY SCOUTS TO MEET JAN 10 Extensive Program Planned for Annual Conference at Hartford The annual meeting of the North Iowa Area Boy Scout council will be held Friday evening Jan 10 in the main dining room of the Han ford it wa sannounced at the local office Tuesday According to Dr B Raymond Weston president of the council it is believed that this years meeting will be attended by more represen tatives of the institutions organi zations and communities sponsoring troops than ever before Thirtyfive towns in nine counties make up the Worth Iowa Area council and the meeting is open to all troop com mitteemen community scout ccm mitteemen merit badge counselors executive board members scout masters and assistant scoutmasters and their wives The Rev John Clinton of Fayette known thruoutthis district as a speaker of unusual ability will give the maia address at the banquet The purpose of the annual meet ing is to get together all of the men responsible for scouting in the North Iowa area elect the council executive board executive board of ficers and standing council com mittees for 1930 and to tentatively outline 1930 plans based on a re view of the 1929 accomplishments The program committee is made up of W Karl Hall chairman Dr Hardy Pool and Dr W F Missman This group has arranged a program which includes the Rusty Hinge quartet the orchestra of the Young Married Folks class of the Church of Christ directed by P W Collins and several other interesting num bers According to the scout office res ervations are to be made this week A fast growing well managedlife insurance company legal reserve with old policyholders in this locality wants a man to take charge of its business in Mason City immediately after January 1 1930 Preference will be given to men experienced in life insurance but applicants will be considered from other lines such as bankers high class salesmen teachers branch managers etc No professional job hunters or down and outers need ap ply as this is not merely a contract but a high class proposi tion with training and proper financial backing and future op portunities that are unusual For a personal interview write telling all about yourself to T30 CARE MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE New Years Eve CARNIVAL DANCE Tuesday Night December 31 At Mason City Armory Dance New Years Night Wednesday January 1 At Mason City Armory Each Dunce Gents Ladles Jioc THE FACT that we the nations largest selling and most popular brands of Cigars is one of the many reasons why you will most thor oughly enjoy coming here for your Cigars Stop here tomorrow for your favorite Smokes CIGAR STOKES in the HOTEL HANFORD Mason City Iowa READ THE GG CLASSIFIED I I took tfre red from i my hands and put it in my cheeks WHITE IACC and red hands it used to be but now its jusr the other way round My soft white hands are the envy of die card dub ind my rosepetal complexion doesnt come from the store Really theres no secret about it tendear family washing to the laundry I used to think I was saving money when I dutifully drudged through y weekly wash day But I didnt count the cost of 3 severe cold an aching back jangled nerves Then finally one week I simply had to send pur things to the laundry I was pleased to find there was a service that lust met our needs But the real surprise TUNE IN ON LAUNDERLAND ffrar ttn laJi and laslin Laundtrlund trsajfj far all the lamily eftry Saturday tuning 7W in jaur favarnr itatisntf Nalicnat Sjitim far rtal mutual trial INSERT LOCAL TIME HKRE came when 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