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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa 1 Unusual Values on Fine Diamonds Genuine blue white diamond in the tatest design 18K white sold mount Ings Our regular values This week This game discount applies on larger dbmondt during this week Take ad vantage of this opporhmltyA call will convince you MURRAY JEWELRY CO M B A BLDG SHIPPERS WILL CHOOSE OFFICERS Annual Meeting of Linstock Association Wednesday Ames Man to Speak CLEAR LAKE an nual meeting o fthe Clear Lake Co operative Shipping association will be called to order At 11 a m at theMethodist church parlors Re portsas to the volume of the past years business and election ot offi cers will take up morning sion Dinner will bs senved to mem bers and their wives at noon Prof L Brindley of the college ex enson department Junes will be tha principal speaker of the afternoon program CLEAR LAKE GLOBEGAZETTE Office Phone No 239 KATHRYN MeGOWAN Editor LEE DeWIGGTNS Manager Residence Telephone No 67 3 PAUL friend or two and plan on having lunch with them at the Green Mill tomorrow Friendly conservation wholesome foods of delicious flavor and the pleasant environ of the Green MiH wlU send you back to the talks afternoon refreshed to work your friends at he Green Mill Cafe The Home of Good Food ENNAJETTICKH Health Shoe H women who w ant to go J end do without Look like a Dollars Cost but and C Style depends on fit as well aa pattern We can fit you to perfection Enna Jetticks are carried in all widths and sizes from Extra Narrow to Extra Wide PAXST We can satisfy the most exact ing taste with Enna they are carried in a big variety of modish patterns A Style to Fit Every Eye LAIRD SHOE COMPANY SHOES THAT SAVE HUMAN VALUE Grants Industrious Daughters Changed to Modern Homemakers CLEAR LAKE Feb an all meeting at the home of Miss Doris Jamison Saturday the mem bers ot Grants Industrious Daugh ters 4H club voted to change the name to The Modern Homemakers Mra G Jamison was chosen leader of the group Special business transacted was making plans for a bake sale to be held Feb 23 and an ice cream social at a later date The food exchange will be held at Knutaons hardware store all day Saturday The proceeds will be used to finance two girls from the club to attend the 4H girls conven tion at Ames in June MUSICIANS TO GIVE PROGRAM High School Band Orchestra and Glee Clubs Will Present Recital CLEAR LAKE Feb high school band orchestra ana slee clubs will be presented in a recital and con cert Intho school auditorium at 730 oclock Wednesday eveningunder di rection of the leaders Miss Dorothe Castelloo and John Kopecky A small admission will bo charged to finance Croups to the school music contest at Mason City The following program hns keen ar Community Building Is Discussed at Meeting Lake Community Club 4 Mechanical Man Is Adept at Turning on Airport Lights NEWARK 3ST J Feb 19 Tetevox the mechanical man has come to the aid aviators by making dangerous landings on unlighted fly Ing fields unnecessary In obedience to the not of a siren oh an approaching plane the mechanical man turned on the flood lights at the Newark airport last night without the aid of human hands Mr Tslevox whose name freely translated from the Greek and Latin means distant voice demonstrated his ability aa an airfield attendant when iri repeated tests he flooded new airport with 24000000 candle power in response to the distant voice of a plane high in the air Pets Branson airmail pilot ap proached the field from various direc tions and at different altitudes in the tests turning on a wittddriven Glren as he neared Each time the sound the siren reached the field the me chanical man flashed on the lights Many Farm Ghanges Are in Prospect in Scarville Territory SCARVLLLE Feb 10 Some of he renters in this vicinity who will love March first are John Christian on who will south of town n the farm belonging to the T T ualley estate Ed Amundson has loved to Frost Minn and will live n his fathers farm The farm va ated by Mr Anderson will be rented y John Knudson Perland Peterson f Lake Mills has rented the farm fbr lerly rented by John Chriatlanson Mrs Alpha Peterson whose hus and died recently will have an auc lon sale Feb 20 and will temporarily makeher home with her parents Mr and Mrs A H Peterson north of own Mr and Mrs John Hellls have rented Mrs Andrew Kvales home and will move In March first lire xvale together with her daughter Mabie expect to make their home with Alfred Jacobson ranged a March Drums and Bugles Chen cite b Overture Magic Garden King c Waltz Roses and Orchids Kins d Overture Iron Count King e March Escort Bennett Girls Glee a Therefore We Before Him Bend ing Faiire b Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Rath bone c Two Old Refrain Kreisler ClariBet Solo Ixmis Clock Serenade Soprano Solo Kathleen McCormicfc The Baritone Solo John Ross Winnie The Old Home Down on the Harlow Cornet Solo Frances White Selected Girls a Venetian Love Cornet Solo Jiilo Knutson Selected Vocal Solo vern Jensen The Clang of the Violin Solo Louise Jensen Meditation from Boys Jolly Cornet Solo Douglas Bey Boys Glee a The Gypsy Life b The folk song c Blow High Blow Low a Marche b Three Morris Eng lish c Intermezzo from EArlcsienne Suite No d Desert Band and a Fidelity First Meeting Since An nual Election CLEAR LAKE Feb of a community building for Clear Lake led by the President A N An derson featured at the Commercial club board of directors and commit tees meeting held at Silsbys restau rant Monday evening The session was tho first since the election of offi ce rs In addressing the group air An derson said Clear Lake needs a good Commer cial club more than tho ordinary town of this size on account of tho natural resources and that we as a commun ity have not played up our city to the extent that wo should have been do ing It is tho duty of every citizen oC Clear Lake to boost for our city What helps one helps all to a greater j or lesser extent The first great need is the necessity of a community build Ing one with an auditorium larse enough to ac com mo date about 1000 persons 37 Groups Jlet In looking over reports of tfie Fort Dodge Chamber of Commerce for last year I find that they entertained in their community building 37 different local group meetings of their own so cieties and organizations and ID state conventions These 10 conventions were attended by 17010 delegates Fort Dodge estimates that on a con servative estimate each guest spent at least a day Twenty per cent pro fit would not overestimate a gain Of 54000 to the Fort Dodge merchants hotels eating houses etc This year we have appointed on our railway and convention commit tee several traveling passenger agents as well as some of higher rank We have had some wonderful pledges of assistance and cooperation and I am in hopes that our railway and conven tion committee will call on them to show their loyalty to our beautiful city and lake I would urge with all the power that I can command that when the budget for this year is arranged and the finance committee goes out for funds that a generous portion will be Martha Washington Tea Proceeds Used by Church of Christ CLEAR LAKE Feb Martha Washington tea to which the public as well as the Christian Workers have been invited will be held at the homo of Mrs O T Balnmt east of Clear Lake Friday afternoon Mrs Edgar M Dusenberg will be hostess A program has been arranged after which refreshments will be served Proceeds will be used in tho Church of Christ treasury alotted to a fund for a community building that fund to be invested in safe bonds and allowed to accumulate until we are able to have a place wherein to take care of the gatherings that we are entitled to have Favors Entertainment As to tho band in any event whether full time or a part time band is arranged for this year it would be advisable to have printed weekly pro grams letting our people advcrtlso on these which should at least pay the cost I would be strong for a Httlo extra entertainment between times if it could be procured at no great et use ot our own talent wherever possible with songs between band numbers certain evenings I be lieve the change from straight all band music to a few extra numbers such as these would bo appreciated Mr Anderson appointed H Bailey ts chairman of ttie community building committee project with the authority to choose whom he wished to cooperate with him Plans were discussed pro and con for a ID weeks band without reaching a de cision Zion Lutherans to Have Business Meet CLEAR LAKE Feb business meeting to which every member oC tho Zlon English Lutheran congregation has been urpcd to attend will be held In the church parlors at oclock Thursday evening Several import ant matters will be discussed leaders of the church have stressed Washington Program Planned for Royal Club CLEAR LAKE Feb L A Vance Rogers hotel will be host ess to the Royal club Thursday after noon She assisted by Mrs B C Myhr Following the regular business meeting a Washington pro gram will be presented by the commit tee in charge New members have been especially invited to attend WHOOPIE GIRLS TO BE IN SHOW Lions Club Benefit Vaude ville Includes Act by G Vance and 0 J King CLEAR LAKE Feb act oC the latest song hits with dancing by the Whoople Girls will feature at the Lions club benefit vaudeville opening a three day engagement at the Park theater Wednesday evening Tho entertainment will bo given in addition to Thp Street Angel a nea politan love lyriu starring Janet Gay nor and Charles Farrell The picture is said to be one of William Foxs lat est productions according to W C Peterson theater manager Doing the Racoon 1 Cant Give You Anything But Love Ale and tho Man in the Moon Making Whoopic and Youre the Cream In My Coffee axo on the program The Whoopie Gids have kicked their way to JSashua and Xew Hampton where their acts received much comment Those who take are Miss Josey Barlow Miss Arlovene Kuelor Miss Kathleen McCormlck and Miss Mar garet Bourne Miss Geraldine Stenby is the piano accompanist A blackface skit entitled The First Rehearsal will be given b George Vance and O J King A group of vo cal numbers have also been worked into the act written by the two men The Lions will derive onehalf of tha proceeds of the shows to be used to meet financial obligations on the athletic field donated the school sev eral years ago Those critics who say senate speeches change no votes arent think ing of the votes back homo as the sen ators Rapids Gazette Park Theater TONIGHT Whoopee Everyone Ten Cents Its queer that police never Imow where to find crooks until a general roundup la Times Many Europeans do not recognize the Monroe doctrine but you can blame them Monroe wouldnt either SfarConrtnr QUART OF WATER GLEANS KIDNEYS Take a Little Salts If Your Back Hurts or Bladder Is Troubling Yon No man or woman can make a mla lake by flushing the kidneys occasion ally says a wellknown authority bating too much rich food creates acids which excite the kidneys They become overworked from the strain get sluggfsh and fail to filter the waste and poisons from the blood Then wo set sick Rheumatism headaches liver trouble nervousness dizziness sleeplessness and urinary disorders often come from sluggish kidneys The moment you feel a dull ache In the kidneys or your back hurt or the urine is cloudy offensive full sediment irregular of passage or at tended by a sensation of scalding begin drinkinga quart of water each day alap gret about four ouces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy take a tableapoonful In a glass of water ba fore breakfast and in a few days your kidneys may act fine This famous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice com bined with Jithla and has been used for years to flush and stimulate the Kidneys also to help neutralize the acids in the system eo they no longer causa irritation thus often relieving bladder weakness Jad Salts is inexpensive makes a delightful effervescent 11 th lawater drink which everyone should take now and then to help keep the kidneys clean and active and the blood pure thereby often avoiding serious kidney complications COMING EVENTS school musicians give recital and concert Lion club benefit movie ana Taude vllle opens three day run Rt Park theater Francis Willard tea at Congrega tional church Annual meeting ot Cooperative Shipping assocfation at M B church O D O club with Mrs Glen Jack man Regular monthly meeting of East crn Star chapter club meets at I o O K hall Royal club picnic with Mrs Ij A Vance Altrurlan club hns toboggan party I E M Duesenbergin vites public to Washington tea Pro cesds to bo used for Church oC Christ U Y B club to be entertained at home of Mrs j G Whetzel LIONS BENEFIT Wednesday Thursday and Friday at the PARK THEATER CLEAR LAKE DAYS3 One Day Service NEAL The Cleaner CLEAR LAKE LOCALS For rm modern house George Bourne 409 N Firth Street i Mr and Mrs C K Woodforcl nni Mies Mary Frost left Monday evening for a several weeks sojourn In Florida They expect to spend such time at St Petersburg Miami and coast cities Dime nite tonight nt Park Theater Two Arabian Knights Everyone 10 cents Leroy Eubaijhs of this city wlio is employed by the Walgreen Drug com pany at Waukegan III is now study ing voice under direction of a famous opera singer of Chicago his relatives report The Rev J R Tumbleson pastor or the Methodist church went to Sioux City Tuesday morning Mrs Clausen Jefferson street who has been engaged In coaching and Judging declamatory work this winter apent Friday at Meservey with con testants r Henry Paulson ana W N Hill re turned to Clear Lake Monday night after spending the weekend at Omaha where they attended tho FatherSon banquet a tho Blckel School of Ad vertising They report fine weather conditions In that section of the coun try More than 175 persons wore present tha banquet 25 and 50 Savings This Month Clear Lake Electric Light Power Company CERRO GORDO STATE BANK Me Go wan and Sheridan HARDWARE Meadows Washmg Machine Whoopee Stage and Screen Show ON THE STAGE Lions Roar and So Will You at George Vance and 0 J King in a blackface skit Their First Rehearsal An original act of clever digs and vocal numbers Dont miss it Featuring the Whoopie Girls in a song and dance act They greet you with a smile and send you home the same way Lots of Kick Kostumes Kolor and Kleverness Everything to make a song into a dance ON THE SCREEN Street Angel WITH CHARLES FARRELL AND JANET GAYNOR critics Angel the prize winning pic ture of the year Youll agree with the critics Every scene a tug at the heartstrings and a breathless climax youll never forget COME AND BOOST OUR LIONS PRICES ADULTS 50c CHILDREN 25c NO SEATS RESERVED 20 Ibs Sugar with a grocery order for 100 Basket G ro E Ashland Prop Self Serve Grocerjr and Meats McVicker ROBERT WILLIAMS Funeral Home Ambulance Service Phone 95 Residence 141 After the Show EAT your lunch at the Lions Cafe PAST OFFICERS TO GIVE PARTY Program and Dance Planned for Knights of Pythias and Wives Friday CLEAR LAKE Feb hun dred and fifty invitations to the Past Chancellors Washington party Friday evening have been mailed members ot the Knights of Pythias lodge ana their wives it was announced Tuesday morning The entertainment planned gives promise ot being one ot the high apols ot lodge activities this year Melville Hughes Henry Halvoraen and Bert Matthews are members of the entertainment committee who have left nothing undone in procuring high class amusement they assert The refreshment committee Includes John Lundgren Charles Wallace and B C Myhr John S Tiithill srana chancellor Waterloo will address tho gathering Musical numbers have also been ar ranged A dance and refreshments will close the evening A special invitation was given tho Pythian Sisters Perfect wife One just smart enough to please her husbands prida In pub lic and just durnlx enough to please his vanity in Review Dr V A Farrell M B A Building General Medicine Infant Feeding and Diseases of Children Wins In Price Quality and quality means not only in construction but in washing effi ciency A Voss FlotoPlane Washer washes clothes absolutely clean We would like to demonstrate this fact right in youi home on your regular washing Just phone 17 and tell us when to come No obligations VOSS WASHERS Priced Upward from Slight Advance hi Price For Terms Trade in Your Old AVasher VOSS POWER WASHERS fci tn rrt Equipped With Gas Engine Slight Advance in Prico For Terms CurrieVan Ness Co MAINTAINED BY MERIT It North Federal AW flie Great American reakfasf QUICKQUAKER OATS PURE FOODS CALUMET THE WORLDS GREATEST BAKING POWDER enables yon Onate Gates Cook LESS THAU BAKING nnfijftr attcscaty PMPQ 2nd properly baked Try it and Ifama wny ft DOUBLE ACTING SAUS 2M THUS THOSE OF AHT OTHER HAND ;