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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 15 1935 SEVEN RSDEOUT SPEAKS TO ROTARY CLUB Charles Cityan Tells How Best to Use Publication of Organization. Making the best use of the Rotarian, publication of Rotary International, was described by the Rev. A. A. Hideout or Charles City, in an address Monday noon to the 'locai club in Hotel Hanford. Mr. Rideout extended greetings from the Charles City Rotary club and stated that Charles City is booming, citing the employment of nearly 1,000 men at the Hart-Parr factory and the rapid growth of the Salsbury laboratories. Rotary clubs, numbering 3,85t), have 160,000 members in 70 countries, Mr. Rideout said. He told how the Rotarian magazine had grown. Authorities are asked to contribute to it, reflecting the philosophy of Rotary. It can be used well for program purposes and enables clubs to see what other organizations are doing. He cited several articles to show how they could be effectively worked into programs. Guests of the club were Byron E. Dill of Lincoln, Nebr., L. E. Lewis of West Liberty and P. R. Jacobson. ($lobc- OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 Residence Phone 310-W PLEADS GUILTY TO BANK HOLDUP Man Held as One of Le Mars Bandits Sentenced to Life in Pirson. LE MARS, July 15. UP)--William Cunningham, held as one of four bandits who looted the Le Mars Savings bank of 57,000 last spring, pleaded guilty here today and was sentenced to life imprisonment. The plea came as a surprise, but officers explained that after a gun was discovered in Cunningham's cell in the Woodbury county jail, where he has been held, the robbery suspect decided to plead guilty. Cunningham admitted, officers that he planned a jail break. said, William Cash and George C. Price, alleged members of the bandit gang, went on trial here this afternoon as soon as Cunningham was sentenced. John Price, fourth man held for the robbery, probably will be shown leniency, officers indicated, since he helped in solving the crime. He is expected to plead guilty to robbery with aggravation which carries a maximum 25 year sentence. Cunningham pleaded guilty of entering a bank with intent to rob, which carries a mandatory life sentence. Part of the loot was recovered from a rooming house in Sioux City where two of the men were living when arrested. TOURISTS FIND LAKE ENJOYMENT Many Vacationers Include in July Crowds at Clear Lake. CLEAR LAKE, July 15.--A larg number of vacationists are in Clea Lake. Most of the visitors engag cottages for hotel accommodation for a short time. Mrs. Ellen Evans of Mason Cit and daughter, Mrs. L. E. Fowle Casper, Wyo., are vacationing in tb Evans cottage on Glen Cove drive Mrs. George Cromley, Mrs. L. M Barlow, Mrs. C. O. Hart and Mrs Ralph W. Tuller, Des Moines, re turned to Des Moines after a week outing in the H. M. Iltis cottage o the south shore. Lament Louckes, Mrs. Loucke and son, Robert, Baltimore, Md are houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. El mer Loucks, Des Moines, who ar spending several months at the Out ing club. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hawkes an two children of Omaha, Nebr., an Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scott, Corydon have been vacationing in the C. S Collins cottage on the campgrounds Mina Murphy and her mother an Landes Johnson returned to thei home at Marshalltown after week's outing at the Acorn lodge Guests during their stay here wer Thelma Hawes and Harry Wilso of Marshalltown. Among the week-end guests a the Lake Shore hotel were Dr. an Mrs. Sam Hoyt of Des Moines an Mr. and Mrs. Brewster of Ames; Mr and Mrs. L. A. Bodkins and Mrs Henry Luffer, Des Moines: Mr. an Mrs. L. D Huffman, Kansas City Miss Marie Roach and Mary Wooc land of Ornaha; Dr. and Mrs. D. L Young, Clarksville, Mo; Ruth Mai come, Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs E. J. Belgrade, John Yundt, Inde pendence, Madge Kussart and Flor ence Helm, Des Moines. Large Auction Sale Is Held by Lake Compan) CLEAR LAKE, July 15.--One o the largest auction sales held by th Clear Lake Auction company too: place Saturday at the company' barns at the stockyards. Abou 500 head of livestock was sold, a with satisfactory prices. These sale are held each Saturday. Philadelphia magistrate says adverse report of state and city law ^ officers on conduct of the office is ; 'vague, garbled, one-sided, and in- c^nplete." Why use four words to say "Ouch?"--Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. Poisonlvy Sunburn Chafing Itching Torment soothed- Healing aidedby BEAUTY SPECIAL This Week Only Shampoo, F i n g e r Wave and Eyebrow Arch. ALL FOR 50c We Have a Permanent Excellent lor "Baby Fine" Hair. Jefferson Beauty Shop 16 1st St. S. W., Jef. Bus Depot PHONE a67 EXPERT . . . WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING AT LOW PRICES. PROMPT SERVICE AND ALL WORK GUARANTEED U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. I. 0. F. BLDG. F E E L W O N D E R F U L P ERHAPS yon could if you did not have to i suffer from peri- | odic pains and dis- j comforts. Have I you tried Lydia E^ ' Pinkham'sTablets? Sally Mari'el works in a mill in Putnam, Connecticut; She had dizzy spells every month. "One of my friends told me about your Tablets," she says, "They are wonderful." Chocolate coated. Small she 25 cents. Farewell Courtesy Is Held for Bill Braheny CLEAR LAKE, July 15.--Mrs Peter Knutson entertained a grou] of young folks at her home at a 6:30 dinner Monday night in honoi of Bill Braheny, who will leave Tuesday morning for his new home at Los Angeles. He will accompany his parents who live in Chicago. Guests were the Misses Evelyn Mitchell, Jean Siesseger, Audrey Deibler, Elizabeth Hughes, Myron Jacobsen, Clarence Pease, Milo Knutson and Bill Braheny. Camp Echo Program Held at Lake Church CLEAR Lake, July 15.--A camp echo program on the theme New Personality for a New Day' was given Sunday morning at the Congregational church worship by local members of the camp. Helen Miller spoke of tie class instruction, Robert Widger on camn life and services rendered; Don Hermanson on the variety eveninÂ°- programs; Harris Ostrander on the kitchen and dining hall duties; and Roger Comstock on sports and music of the camp. Miss Alice Ann Moore of the Mason City delegation spoke on the camp leaders and organization. O. J. King sang a solo, "Mv Task" and the Rev. H. E. B\o\iÂ°n gave a short talk. Skelly Downs Standard Oil Club, 11-6; Skelly Girls Lose to Denison CLEAR LAKE, July 15._Th e Skelly Gas of Clear Lake downed the Standard oil ball club of Mason City 11 to 6 Sunday night at Lions field. The locals started the scoring in the second and had a six run lead at the end of the third inning Mathiason, pitcher for the visitors, had a good batting average with two hits out of three times at bat. "Stub" O'Brien of the Skelly Gas outfit had a perfect hitting record and Christensen and Tarr each had two hits in three times at bat. The Denison club girls of Mason City downed the Skelly Gas girls 16 to 4 in a five inning preliminary game. The Mason Cityans had a 12 run lead before the locals had scored. Dr. B. W. Riner, accompanied by Clear Lake Epworth League insti- .uters, returned Sunday from Lake Okoboji where they were encamped 'or the past week. Mr. C. O. Lomcn and son, Donald, eft Sunday for Langby, Minn., for i month's visit with her parents. They were accompanied as far as Minneapolis by Mr. Lomcn. and ilitnned to remain three days with Jrs. Lomen's sister, Mrs. Carl j Persson. Presents Concert CLEAR LAKE, July 13.--Wilbur Anders, accordionist and pianist of Waldorf college, Forest City, will appear in a concert at the Zion Lutheran church Frlduy night at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Anders is a student at the college whose home is at Kadcliffe. He has an accordion costing .$1,000, one of the latest models to be perfected. Among; the numbers to be heard are "Light. Cavalry," overture by Suppe; "Pilgrim's Chorus," Tannhauser, by Wagner, and excerpts from "Overture to William Tell," by Rossini. A silver offering will be taken at the concert which is upen to the public. Clear Lake Briefs Kitz Hotel, Buyside. Ph. 37F3. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ostrander, South Oak street, spent Sunday at Woden where they attended a surprise party for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Missman. Mr. and Mrs. George Baldridge, Grant street, received word today of the birth of a granddaughter who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs David James of Des Moines. She is the first child in the family. Mrs. J. O. Osqiundson, Thompson, and her daughter, Mrs. John Swaim, Duluth, Minn., were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Hansen, South Third street, Sunday. Mrs. George Hadley and son, Bob, Tulsa, Okla., are houseguests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Bass, South Second street. Mrs. Hadley and Mrs. Bass are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Heltman and son, Derald, Waukon, spent Sunday at Clear Lake with Mr. Heltiuan's sister, Mrs. Lena McMullen. Boh Bigg who has been working in Chicago for the past one and one-half years, arrived this weekend to spend a two weeks' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bigg, Avalon apartments. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Crispin and family, North Sixth street, moved ;o Vinton Saturday where Mr. Crispin has been transferred. He is sales supervisor of Phillips 66. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller and :amily, Aurora, were week-end visitors at the home of Mr. Miller's uncle, Henry Marshall, North Fifth street. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Miller, south shore, left this week-end for a two week's outing at Tofte, Minn. Bernie Knutson, manager of the Diamond store, spent the week-end at Dike with his father, who is mayor of tie town. Mr. and Mrs F. L. Knutson and Mr and Mrs. E. A. Colburn and fam- ly spent Sunday at Arnold's park, Lake Okoboji, Miss Lillian Hodnefield, a nnrse n Minneapolis, is spending several days with her father. Iver Hodne- 'ield. East Main street. She entcr- :ained a group for former classmates at dinner at her home Friday light. Gerard Slieplee, accompanied by his sisters, Elnora and John, have eturned from Huntley, Minn., where hey visited relatives. Mrs. Alice DeWiggins and daugh- er, Helen, returned Monday morn- ng from Kansas City where they Â·isited Mrs. Dewiggins' sister and )rother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. dcClure, for several weeks. Lee DeWiggins and son, Richard, drove lown Saturday night and accom- ianied them home Miss Dorothy Kistler, Odcbolt, vas a dinner guest Sunday at the ome of Miss Eunice Chism, Clara treet. orcisi.'SThwzvdStdRxin.Eucmfwyp The Rev. and Mrs. B. W. RinVr. aughter Vera Jean and Miss Kath- vn Smith. Sheldon, will leave Tucs- ay for Lake Pelican, north of Brain- rd, Minn., for a two weeks' vaca- on. Dr. Riner is pastor of the /Tethodist church. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson, Wroth- igton, Minn., were week-end guests ': the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Aishaw. East Main street. Miss Paricia Hushaw, who spent the past eek at the Wilson home, accom- anied them back to the lake. Miss at See of Worthington accomnan- :d them and will be a guest of Miss 'usnaw this week. Mr. and Airs. W. ,1. McGownn and :r. and Mrs. Charles McGowan SUMMER CAMP AT PARK CLOSES Plans Made to Hold Camp for Congregational Folks in 1936. CLEAR LAKE, July 15.--The Congregational Young P e o p l e ' s camp, held last week at the P. M. park on the south shore, closed Saturday morning with a record attendance and efficiency that will rival any of the other nine camps being held this summer over Iowa, according to Dr. Montgomery, state director, of youth camps. Approximately 120 people were enlisted in enrollment set-up and under the efficient leadership of faculty the camp reached a high level of instructional, recreational and social living. The sentiment of both campers and management revealed complete satisfaction concerning the camp this year that negotiations already have taken toward a larger and better training camp for youth next year. In order to avoid conflicts with other community programs it was thought wise to hold the camp the second week in August next year. The campers expressed complete satisfaction with the beautiful grounds, the convenience of buildings and the exceptional swimming facilities offered at the P. M. park. Under the management of the camp leaders surplus funds of .?50 were received on the first camp. The student body voted to use this sum for publicity of the 1936 camp. The Rev. H. E. Blough of Clear Lake, who was in charge of the supplies, reported that all purchases were made from 12 local firms and that the delegation was fed on 41 cents a day. The camp program included devotional programs, convocation, Bible study, forum youth problems, handiwork, religious art, supervised recreation and religious dramatics. Country Club Popular Spot for Tourists Large Crowd of Golfers Dot Golf Links on Week-Ends. CLEAR LAKE, July 15. -- The Clear Lake Country club is a popular place with vacationists. The largest number of visitors on the course this year was recorded Sun- 1 day. Among those from out-of-town were S. G. Smith, Fond du Lac. Wis.; D. E. Larson, Chicago; Howard Remley and A. G. Remley, Anamosa; Fred W. Wodrich, Cresco; Bertha Roberts, Marion; Helen Mackin, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Blair Young, Winterset; L. B. Shaffer, Deg Moines; Clyde Young, Sheffield; and T. B. Canavan, Des Moines. The clubhouse is open to the public this summer for parties and dances. Dances are held every Saturday night. Reservations are being made for 300 persons at the Standard Oil company banquet at the clubhouse Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Romey entertained at a dinner party for ten guests Sunday night. spent Sunday a t Thompson where they called upon Mrs. David Hamlett of Phoenix, Ariz., sister of the men, who was recently injured in an acident. She is slippering from a fractured pelvis and was reported resting easily. The Misses Dorothy Kisller. Odebolt, and Evelyn Kistler, Sioux City, are houseguests this week at the home of their sister and brother-in- j law. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nelson, south of Clear Lake Sam Thompson Rites Are Held at Church CLEAR LAKE, July 15.--Funeral services for Samuel Thompson, 80, were held at the Bethlehem Lutheran church with the Rev. S. M. Stenby officiating. Music at the services was furnished by Mrs. T. H. Stall, Rockwell, who sang several solos. Mr. Thompson died Tuesday evening after an illness of about fix months. He had made his home with his son, Alick since 1916 when his wife had died. Pallbearers at the services were R. E. Nelson, B. J. Pedcrson, John Osnes, Tom Johnson, P. Asbe and Andrew Jorgen. A son of Washington, D. C. attended the funeral. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--Softball games at Lions field, Kenyons vs. Phillips 66. Millers Dairy vs. Skelly Gas, 8. --Dance at Surf ballroom, Red Wilson playing. Wednesday--W. C. T. U. at Mrs. Osmund Voog home north of Clear Lake. --Lake township Farm Bureau at Axel Thomsen home, program by 4-H boys and girls clubs. --Dance at Surf ballroom, Red Wilson playing. Thursday--Band concert at city park. -Dorcas circle at Mrs. Jennie Kocn- eman home. Mere Shack cottage, Camp Grounds. --Dance at Surf ballroom, Red Wilson playing. Friday--Mixed dance at Surf ballroom, Little German band of Waterloo playing. B A D r f\ |\ THEATER Today, Tuesday, Wednesday "ONK HOUR LATE" Joe .Morrison Helen Twclvc.lrccs Adults lie. Children 10c Johnson Rites Held at Lutheran Church CLEAR LAKE, July 10.--Funeral services for John Albert Johnson, 38, were held at the Zion Lutheran church, North Fourth, street, Saturday afternoon. Mr. Johnson died Thursday and is survived by his mother, Mrs. J. J. Johnson and a brother, Henry Johnson. Pallbearers were Floyd Jacobsen, Mel Jacobsen, Albert Christensen, Paul Christensen, D. D. Dye, and Russe! Kennedy. Mrs. Faith Monaghen sang several solos. Burial was made in the Clear Lake cemetery with the Rev. Carlo Speratti, Decorah, officiating. President Roosevelt wants an impartial board to investigate chiseling and determine where it is being done and by whom. If it isn't just another chance for jobseekers someone might suggest to the president it might be easier to list the non- chiselers.--Marshalltown Times-Ro- publlcan. MORGAN UP FOR LARCENY COUNT Caught in Hotel Room While Examining Suitcase He Recently Lifted. Joseph E. Morgan, Clearfield, Pa., waived preliminary hearing Monday morning before Morris Laird, police judge, on a charge of larceny from an automobile in the night time. His bond was fixed at 51,000, which he failed to post. He is confined at the county jail. Morgan was arrested in his room in a local hotel, where he was looking through the contents of a woman's suitcase he had recently stolen from a parked car early Sunday morning. The suitcase was the property of Bessie Anderson, Story City. Persons saw Morgan walking toward the hotel with grips and notified police. Kathryn Newman, 41012 Fifth street southwest and John J. Ringus, 841 Polk avenue southwest, each forfeited $10 bonds posted when arrested Saturday night on disorderly conduct charges In front of 404 South Federal avenue, where, it is alleged, they engaged in an argument and later started fighting. James Jones, Sigourney, forfeit- ed a bond of $25 when arrested early Sunday morning on a charge of reckless driving, Edward Phillips, Chicago, was fined $10 and costs on a charge of intoxication. The case of Fred Ritter, 44 Lehigh Row, arrested on a similar charge, was continued until Tuesday. James Boyd, 225 First street southwest, forfeited a bond of $1 posted when when arrested on a charge of passing a stop sign. 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