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July 11, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 11 0 1933 ELEVEN" LOMEARDO STORE OPENS SATURDAY Building Renovated for New Fruit Shop on Delaware Avenue Northeast. In a completely renovated building, enlarged by an addition to the rear and equipped with new fixtures, Charles Lombardo's new fruit store, 20 Delaware avenue northeast, will open Saturday. The new store will be under the management of Charles Reese, formerly auditor of the Skelly and later the Barnsdall Oil company. A complete line of fruits, groceries and fresh and cured meats will be handled. Delicatessen service also will be provided. The buiding in which Mr. Lorn- bardo has operated his fruit business for 20 years has been all but rebuilt the past few weeks, with a new front, new floor, rcplastered walls and other changes. Mr. Lombardo, who started in the fruit business at Washington, Iowa, 51 years ago, has maintained a fruit store in Mason City for 39 years. His store was originally where Damon's, Inc., is now situated. He then moved to the corner of State street and Federal avenue, where the United Cigar store stands. The Yelland and Hanes site was next and the pace now occupied by the Manly brothers' building followed. Twenty years ago he moved to the present site. Many a consumer who is denouncing chiselers also is looking for a place to buy 15 cent cigarets for 8 cents.--Louisville Times. 2 Officers Elected by Foresters Order At a meeting o£ the Independent Order of Forresters at the Moose hall, Wednesday, plans were made for the annual picnic, the time and place to be decided later. Mrs. Verne Mott was elected financial secretary to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mrs, Nellie C. King. Mrs. Willis Bemiss was named recording secretary to succeed Mrs. Molt. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Johnson have completed their quarter's term as entertainment committee and the new committee, Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Belseth, served refreshments at the close of the meeting. Congressmen had quite an argument over which state's apples were the best, but just ask them about pork.--Saginaw, Mich, News. Now--Every Family Can Own a ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 TO PAY Remember -- EVERY Westinghouse Has a Hermetically Sealed Unit Phone 17 -- Home or Evening Appointments -- Terms \ !T'S SURPRISING HOW QUICKLY I CAN TELEPHONE MX 6 ROTH ERIN NEW YORK. DO YOU HAVE TH 6. SAME KIND OF SERVICE ALL OVER.? , WE PO.. THE AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY HAS A NATION-WIDE. NETWORK OF LONG DISTANCE. LINES THAT CONNECT TELEPHONE COMPANIES. EQUIPMENT AND METHODS ARE ALL STANDARDIZED SO THAT SUCH SERVICE IS POSSIBLE The American Telephone and Telegraph Company and 24 Associated Companies such as the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company comprise the operating units of the Bell System. Affiliated with the Bell System are the Bell Telephone Laboratories which develop high-grade, standardized equipment and the Western Electric Company which manufactures it. The policy of this Company and the Bell System is to provide adequate, dependable and pleasing service at the least cost to ~~~~ the public consistent with fair treatment of employees and of the 850,000 persons who have savings invested in the business. N O R T H W E S T E R N B E t L T E L E P H O N E C O M P A N OFFICE PHONE 239 -(f aiette. * HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor Residence Phone 310-W LEE DEWIGG1NS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 Department Council to Begin Sessions July 13 Reservations Coming in For Re bekan assembly, win both give Patriarchs Militant Encampment. CLEAR LAKE, July 11.--Many reservations are coming in for the forty-second annual session of the department council of Iowa at the Patriarchs Militant park on the south shore. The people will start coming in Saturday and remain until July 22. On the opening night the Iowa Falls group will present the program. The annual I. O. O. F. home picnic will be held under canvas at Mason City Sunday to which all campers will attend. The principal address of the day will be given by George I. Brciel, general commander of the P. M. of the world, of Kentucky. O. F. Repp, grand master of the I. O. 0. F. lodge, and Mrs. Rose Viall, Mason City, president of the short talks. A lunch will be served at noon on the grounds after which a program will be given. Sunday services at the camp will be conducted by the department chaplain, Lieut. Col. Gordon Dale Cox of Ottumwa at 10:30 o'clock. Mrs. Marguerite Danielson, Cherokee, will conduct the Sunday school hour at 9:30. Conferring of the P. M. degree by Canton Phoenix, Mason City, will be the special feature of the Monday night service. On Thursday night the conferring of the decoration of chivalry and grand ball will be held. The auxiliaries of Waterloo, Sioux City and Mason City plan to have charge of several of the afternoon and evening programs. The sports and pastime committees are chair- maned by Mrs. Leah Washburn, Mason City, and Capt. Norman Smith. Op eras II Trovatore and Carmen to Be Given Recital by Students Planned * lis sraall hand supplemented by for Thursday Night at Singing Village. By JOHN D. CLINTON. CLEAR LAKE, July 11.--The stage is set for the opera Friday night with Mason City soloists in addition to Cappelli and the singing village presenting chorus parts of "II Trovatore" in costume at the Methodist camp. Mrs. Agnes Lewis Bennett takes the part of the Gypsy Azucena, Edwin Hclbling as Count de Luna, appelli as Manrico and Miss Ellen Smith as Leonora. The Mason city chorus supplements and Muriel Marston is at the piano. Following- this presentation, a brief cutting from "Carmen" will be presented with Roger Downing as the Toreador, Cappelli as Don Jose and Isabelle Davis of New Hampton as Carmen. The singing village will 'urnish the chorus. Tageant Coming Sunday. Orchestral work Sunday afternoon promises a real treat in middle western music. The color of pageantry, in a finale for the village in its first annual appearance with every villager having a role. Two episodes are planned, one of prophecy and the other of reality as the first pioneer music camp in Iowa comes to a close. Lorraine Sommers of Carrington, North Dakota is cast as "Love" and Clayton Morey of Gurley, Nebr. takes the part of "Youth." The "Spirit of Motherhood" is played by Evelyn Lemker of Earlville, and the "Spirit of the Chief" is portrayed by Jack Sanders of Monmouth, 111. Once again, four states will be cooperating in the big final program as the first episode merges into the finale with the entire orchestra and chorus responding to Signor Cappelli as the Singing Village Spirit in the center. 95 Enrolled. When Signor Cappelli dreamed out a Singing Village at Clear Lake as a pioneer music camp in Iowa, he hoped that 100 folks might see it that way the first year. Gwendolyn Kern at the registrar's desk Wednesday shows that there are 9o of the golden oval pins of citizenship being worn by villagers coming from 38 towns of six states. Twenty-one Iowa towns are represented by 52 villagers: Seaman one. Cedar Falls one, Charles City nine. Clear Lake six, Earlville two, Fayette five, Fredericksburg, three, Garner one, Independence three, Klemme one, Mason City six, New Hampton, one, Nora Springs one, Oelwein one, Plymouth two, Riceville three, Rudd two, St. Ansgar one. Ventura one. Waterloo two, and Winthrop one. States are represented with Nebraska, 14 registered from five towns, Indiana, 10 from Piano college at Hammond as special group; Minnesota, nine from seven towns; North Dakota, four from two places and Illinois with two delegates from two towns. Minnesota towns represented are Albert Lea, Austin, Chatfield, H a r m o n y , Hueston, Owatonna and Preston. Kearney offers the talented quartet from Nebraska, while in addition to this group are six other young people from Bladen. Busies, Gurley and Holdrege. .Carrington and New Rockford. Monmouth and Chicago are representative of Illinois aggregations. Charles City Has Nine. The Charles City group of nine has the record attendance with Kearney, Nebr., Clear Lake and Mason City tied for second with six each. Fayette is third with five entries. The villagers will be sifted Thursday night to be presented in a recital at 8 o'clock. The largest audience this season greeted the appearance Wednesday evening of the Cimmino brothers, prodigies at piano and violin. The children handled the works of great composers as the mature artists which their amazing technic has made of them. Their interpretations gained many encores, notable among- these the "Gollywog Cakewalk" with 6 year old Arnerico, reaching the octaves by means of. the ilbow. By request Mario Cappelli was called for a group of numbers and many said they had never heard him at better advantage. His voice wa; clear in his classical interpretation and his singing of Negro spirituals was with that Cappelli phrasing which makes him nationally outstanding in this field. Clear Lake Briefs Kltz Hotel, Bnyside. I'll. 37F3 Mrs. Ella Ullorn, Nashua, has returned after spending a few day? with her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ullom, Tan glefoot. Mrs. Herman Boyle, Chicago, arrived Thursday morning for a fev days' stay with her parents, Mr and Mrs. 0. T. Hansen, South Thirt street, and sister, Genevieve. Shi will remain here while Mr. Boyle i: on a business trip to Texas. A record breaking summer drcs offering--50 new styles in washabl seersucker, trico, woven cand Frenc stripes, bemberg- sheers, crepe prints and plain pastels- sizes 14 to 42--going on sale Frida morning 'at 8 o'clock--52.98. Olu T. Hansen Co. Mrs. William Osman and Willctb Osrhan, Minneapolis, are house guests this week at the home of Mt and Mrs. Charles Ullom, Tangle foot. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Fait!) Des Moines, are houseguests of Mi and Mrs. Ralph E. Hayden at thei summer home on the north shore Mr. Faith is associated with th Iowa state tax assessment depart ment and is working this week i Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shavlik, (laugh ter, Marion and son, Howard, Oma ha, arrived Wednesday for a fe\ weeks' visit at the home of Mr. an Mrs. J. M. Jacobsen, South Thir street. Mrs. Shavlik and Mrs. Ja cobsen are sisters. J. Edward Moore, Winnetka, 111 will be a houseguest at the home o Mr. and Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn, Nort Third street, this week-end. Bliss Etna Hansen has returne from Spring Valley, Minn., wher she visited friends over the Fourth Miss Oreta Minette, South Thir street, left Thursday to spend th week-end at Duluth, Minn., with he ;ousin She will also visit friends i Minneapolis enroute. W. F. Kennedy, Minneapolis, for mer general chairman of the Broth erhood of Railroad Trainmen, an now vice president of the organiza lion, was a guest at the A. L. Kirb cottage at Oakwood Wednesda and Thursday. Mr. Kennedy enroute home from Dubunue an Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Wenzcl an daughters, Marilyn and Virginia returned to their home at Chicag Thursday morning after spending week in the A. W. Verbeckmoe cottage in Outlet park. MANY VISITORS AT CLEAR LAKE Cottages Well Filled for Month of July by Vacationists. CLEAR LAKE, July 11.--Cot- ages in Oakwood park are well illed this week-end and many have een engaged for all of July. Mr. nd Mi's. L. J. Applegate and niece, Dorothy Ogden of Des Moines, are pending this week in 'feed's Inn t Oakwood park on the south hore. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Jones of Charles City, daughter, Roberta, ind son, Richard, are vacationing he month of July in the "Playhouse," at Oakwood park. Keturned to Home. Mr. and Mra. G. W. Paardecoop- er returned to their home at Knox- rille after spending a few days' in 'Teed's Best of All" cottage at Oakwood. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stone and daughter, Guendolyn, Mason City, are spending a week's outing in the Rest Haven in the same locality. A large number of visitors have selected cottages near the Surf ballroom and bathing beach. Mi', and Mrs. Marion Karlson and son, David, Mr. and Mrs. Bil Scheideman and Miss Maudy Weiss of Fort Dodge are spending a two weeks' outing in the "Never Rest'' cottage on West Second street ir this locality. From Des Moiiies. Mrs. Fred Miller, her daughtei and a friend of Des Moines are ipending a week in the "San-Dee Wae" cottage off of West Second street. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and Miss Catharine O'Marrow of Austin Minn., who have been spending the past week at the Tulton cottage left for their homes Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Krebillo Omaha, Nebr., are spending ··eek's vacation in the Mac-Ew-Inn on the north shore. la Spend Month. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Jensen an: children, Anna Marie, Doris, Home and Robert and Miss Evelyn Evans Des Moines, have rented the "Coon ey" cottage on the north shore fo the rest of the season. Mrs. Jense was called to Wisconsin this wee Because of the serious illness of he father. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce Witme Des Moines, have returned horn after spending two weeks at Clea Lake. Their guests over the Fotirt included Mr. and Mrs. John Wi liarns Mr. and Mrs. Angus Camp bell, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chase, Mi and Mrs. Paul Hauser. Eddie DucHin Pleases Large Crowd at Sur CLEAR LAKE, July 11-- Edd Duchin, in his most pleasing an unassuming manner, presented h; Central Park Casino orchestra New York City before hundreds North lowans and vacationers wh thronged to the Surf ballroom Wed nesriay night. This famous piano directo Duchin, won the hearts of his lii leners with his pleasing personalit; Playing piano solos, directing froi th-5 center of the stage platform an furnishing the pep for the who orchestra. Duchin was the star pe former. The type of hot rnus played at the local appearance wj identical with that of his week! radio broadcasts on the Fire Chi program. Kelly's Kellodians will play fo tl-.e mixed dance tonight at the Sur ballroom and "Red" Wi'-son wi pltiy for the Saturday night clanc on from Monday until Friday next week. Al Menke will play for the Saturday night dance. July 20. senator Elthon Speaks for Farmers' Union CLEAR LAKE. July 11.--State enator Leo Elthon of Fertile will e the speaker Friday evening at ie Farmers' Union meeting at the akeside church. Music will be fur- shed by Mr. and Mrs. Otto chmidt. 0. J. King will present iveral numbers. nis and Rex Wescott; music by Collins string orchestra of Mason City; monolog by C. K. Kinncy, Mason City; solo by Ruth Kinney, Mason City; cowboy songs by the Swartz brothers; music by Lawrence Ouvcr- son, James Haugen and I Dahl; talk by Miss Jennie Juergenson At the close of the program a memorial will be held for the lata Charles Zirbel, a member of the organization !ommunity Farm Bureau Plans Friday Program CLEAR LAKE, July 11.--The ommunity Farm Bureau will meet t Grant No 1 school Friday night. \. program is being prepared by tlr. and Mrs. Frank Lee after which lunch will be served. The program will be opened with ommunity singing. Numbers on the rogram include: Reading by Edna lae Oredson; dialog by Andy Hen- P A R K THKATER Clear Lake Thursday - Friday "Kocky Mountain Mystery" With Randolph Scott Charles "Chic" Sale Adults lie Children lOc Country Club Party Planned for Members CLEAR LAKE, July 11.--Members of the Clear Lake Country club will meet Friday night at the clubhouse. Hosts for the evening- are Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jones, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Branson, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bless and Mr. and Mrs. W. W Choate. Community Building CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Saturday, July 13 CHESTER-FIELD AND HIS ORCHESTRA Gents 35c Ladies Free Melvin Eckard Ray Bast Committee Sunday School Session to Be Held in Freeman The American Sunday school group gathering will be held at the Freeman schoolhouse Sunday, July 14, beginning at 10 o'clock. A basket dinner will be served at noon. The morning sermon will "be given by the Rev. B. A. Rust of Britt. Programs by different union Sunday schools will be given throughout the day, according to announcement by George A. Wolfe of Iowa Falls, missionary. With Your Beer at I East of Ventura EVERY FRIDAY -- STARTING FRIDAY, JULY 12 8:00 P. M. to 1:00 A. M. "I sell the est Gas you can Buy" W E'RE GLAD our men can sincerely say Mobilgas is the best gasoline. We think car owners like to deal with people who believe in what they sell. 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