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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 6, 1931
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HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence' Phono '3-10VV OFFICE PHONE . No. 239 LEE DEW1GGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone G7 CHAMPION PEN WINNER GIVEN Mrs. C. Ransom, Mrs. R. Walk and H . W . Hayes Are Grand Winners. .CLEAR LAKE, Feb 6.--With a total of 107 entries in the Clear Lake Poultry show the second annual affair w_as proclaimed a huge success, having- more than doubled the" number last year. C. D. Rudd of Iowa State College Exten- lon department was judge of all fowls. A large number of visitors viewed the exhibits Wednesday evening, while a large number were disappointed in not seeing them Thursday evening. The feature of the show was a Barred Plymouth Rock hen and 10 little baby chickens about 10 days old owned by Mrs. Charles Pruitt. Three golden pheasants and three Chinese ring neck pigeons displayed . by A. W. Verbeckmoes also caused a large amount of interest. Mrs". Charles Ransom won the prize for grand champion pen, Mrs. Russell Walk, the grand champion male, and H, W. Hayes, the grand champion female: Premiums were awarded as follows: Barred Plymouth Rocks--Mrs. Russell Wall, first pen, first male, third female; Mrs. Charles Pruitt, second pen, third male, first and second female; Mrs. Martin Pederson, third pen; R. T. Wilson, second male. White Plymouth Rocks--J. A. Overson, first pen, first male, second female; Mrs. Elmer · Nelson, second pen, second male; Mrs. Elmer Nelson, third pen, first female; Mrs. C. N. Humphrey, third male; R. E. Nel- Bon, third female. Buff Plymouth Rocks--D. D. Dye, 'first pen, first and second female, second' male; Art Rawson, second pen, first male; John Sheriff, third pen, third male; William Conibear, third female. Rhode Island Reds-Mrs. Robert Furleigh, first pen, second female, second male; Evert Callan, second pen, third male; George Katz, third pen, first male; H. W. Hayes, first female; Esther Teseue. third female. White Wyandottes--Mrs. S. J. Ott, first pen, first male, second and third female; Miss Elsie Coni- tear, second pen, second male, first female; Ben Skadland, third pea, third male. Jersey White Giants-Leaon Hayse, first pen, first male first and third female; Leaon Hayse, second male; Leaon Hayse, second male; Leaon Hayse, second female. White Orpingtons--Mrs. William ·Guest, first pen, first, second and third females, first male; Mrs. Wiliam Guest, second male; Mrs. Wil- ilini Guest, third male. - 'Buff Orpingtons--Mrs. Charles Ransom, first pen, first male, third female;-Mrs. Charles Ransom, second pen; Mrs. Henry Asbe, third pen, third male; Mrs. S. L. Hamers- land, second male; Mrs. C. F. Ransom, first female; Mrs. C.' F. Ransom, second female. White Leghorns--Mrs. M. N. Nelson, first pen, first male; R. C. Meier, second pen, second male, third female; Mrs. C. C. Rice, third pen; Mrs. R. T. Carlock, third male; Mrs. M. N. Nelson, first female; Paul Knapp, second female. Ancanos--J. H. Miller, first pen, first male, first, second and third female. Buff Leghorns- Mrs. O. H. Chism, first pen, first, second and third female, first male. Buff Minorcas--Sherman Hanna, first pen, second male, first and third female; Leaon Hayse, first male, second female. White Minorcas--H. VV. Hayes, first pen, second male, first and third, female; Mrs. William Guest, second pen, third male, second female; H. W. Hayes, first male; eggs, white, Mrs. William Guest, first prize; Mrs. R. C. Meier, sec- 'ond prize, Mrs. C. C. Rice, third prize; eggs, brown, Mrs. C. F. Ransom, first prize; Mrs. C. F. Ranaqn, second prize; Mrs. ,William^ Guest, third prize. Turkeys, Bronze--Mrs. M. E. Davidson, first, second and third pairs; Burbon Reds--Ben Skadland, , first pair. Geese, Toulouse--Mrs. Henry -Huber, first pair; Mrs. M. N. Nelson, second pair; J. H. Miller, third pair; White Emden--Mrs. William Guest, first pair. Ducks, White Pekin--Mrs. William Guest, first pair; Mrs. C. N. Humphrey, second pair; Miss Edith Rice, third pair; Muscovey--Mrs. C. N. Humphrey, first drake; M. N. Nelson, first duck; Rouen--Lawrence Schmoll, first pair; wild Mallard--Miss Edith Rice, first pair; Roger Nelson, second pair; Gordon Nelson, third pair. Guineas--Mrs. C. N. Humphrey, first pair; Domestic rabbits, New Zealand white--S. Bullock, first and third doe, first buck; C. F. Bemis, second doe; Silver Martins--P. D. Leith, first, second and third doe; first doe and litter, and first buck. Boy Sccmts to Observe Twenty-first Birthday VAGABONDS MEET FERTILE STARS Plan Return Game Feb. 14 ' With Harlem Globe Trotters. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 6.--The Clear Lake Vagabonds will meet stiff competition Saturday night in the Fertile Indians ' a t the Clear Lake court. In last season's tilt the Indians emerged victors and continue- to have the same five men playing. The game is scheduled at the Community building for 7:30 o'clock. This game will see "Rosy" Rydson in Action for the last time this season. He plans to leave Monday for Perry to continue work with the Sears Construction company. It also is doubtful whether Moeller. staunch guard, 'will be able to play, but with addition of Herby Christensen as forward the Fertile basket will be covered by Van Loan and the lengthy Witter. Probably Rydson will play center. A preliminary game is scheduled between the strong Park theater, and a Mason City team. Ted Witter played with his home team of Newell Thursday evening at Storm Lake .against the Harlem Globe-Trotters and succeeded in booking the Globs-Trotters for a return engagement in Clear Lake Saturday, Feb. 14. When the Globe- Trotters toured th.e state last season Newell defeated the black aces but the game last night was^ a four point victory for the Negroes. A crowd of 1,200 persons witnessed the game. Pictures and High School .Music Department Add to Program. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 6.--The grand finale of the Farmer's institute and poultry show came Thursday evening when a group of about 500 persons gathered in the Community building to hear the famous traveler and- lecturer, Francis A. Flood. This is one of a series of lectures which Mr. Flood is sponsoring in Iowa this month. , The advantages for young persons in business, the beauties of nature variety of industries open to South Americans was the trend of his talk He spent a period of time in the wilds of Brazil, the Pampas of Argentine and in Chile during the past year. A group of moving pictures and slides which Mr. Flood took il lustrated the places which he visited. A part of them were snappet from the,air over the Andes range. A group from the high school put oil an entertainment before the speakerjwas intrduced. ' The high school orchestra player a group of numbers under the direction of John Kopecky. 'The girls' sextet, composed of Dorothy Beal, Virginia McVicker, Gladys Lomen Helen Wurtzer, Ruth Peterson am Miriam Brager sang "In a Little Olc Garden," and the girls' glee club sang "Beauteous Morn." Miss Feme Heiney accompanied and directed these numbers. Local Troops Will Attend Lutheran Church on · Sunday Morning. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 6.--All of the Boy Scouts and leaders of the city will attend the Zion Lutheran services Sunday morning in celebration of the twenty-first birthday of the Boy Scouts of America. Scouts all over the United States will make observation of' this event sometime during anniversary week, which begins Sunday. .The Rev. H. O. Urness, pastor of the Zion Lutheran church, liver the sermon on-"The New Scout Law of Jesus." Special music will- be' presented by the vested junior and senior choirs. Confirmation classes meet Saturday at 9:30. Sunday school begins at~9:45 and worship at 11 o'clock. CONGREGATIONAL W. B.'Milne, pastor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Church services at 11- o'clock. Subject, "Do Your Bit." Coniro club at 6:30 o'clock. Ladies Aid supper at . church . Wednesday evening with Mrs. R. R. I Rogers chairman assisted, by'llrs. F. G. A the r ton. METHODIST J. R. Tumbleson, pastor, Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Subject, "The Larger Church." Junior league at 2:30 o'clock. Ep- \vorth league at 6:30 o'clock. Public worship at .7:30. Subject, "The Break for Freedom." CHURCH OF CHRIST M. A. Lowe, pastor y I. O. O. F hall Bible school 10 o'clock, Frank Long, superintendent. Preaching and observance of Lord Supper, 11 o'clock. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Father J. V. lined Mass at 10 o'clock. Catechism and class of.instruction for children and adul'ts at 11 o'clock. GOSPEL TABERNACLE IMrs. H. M. Diinsmoor and thu Rev. James Milter, pastors. Sunday school at 1 '9:45 o'clock. Preaching at 11 o'clock. Evening services at 7:30 o'clock.. Prayer meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST North East Street Bible school at 10 o'clock. Morning services at 11 o'clock. Subject, "Spirit." Wednesday services at 8 o'clock. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN S. M. Stenby, pastor Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Preaching by the pastor in Norwegian at 11 o'clock. Mission society in charge of evening- services, at 7:30. Ladies Aid society rileets Wednesday at 2 o'clock, Mrs. Ivor Hodnefield and Mrs. Nyhus serving. Prayer, meeting Thursday at 7:30 at the home of P. J. Espe. WRtUUOllRIIS MBYLIBBY Executive for Prevention of War Speaks at Three Lake Organizations. CLEAR LAJCE, Feb. 6.--Fredrick J. Libby, executive secretary or the National Council for the Prevention of War, Washington, D. C., a visitor in Clear Lake Thursday, spoke before tHree groups, the Rotary club at its regular noon meeting at the Congregational church, the Twentieth Century study club at the Clear Lfilce Country club and at 3:30 before the students of the high school. In his address to the students he stressed the- glamor and the horrors of another war. He showed how civilization would be wiped out by its scientific inventions. The terrific speed at- which the world is going makes it necessary for the business and scientific world to work together toward peace, he stated. German experts claim that they have a plane that will reach a speed of 500 miles an hour and travel a distance of seven miles in the heavens. After that will come the visual "pictures which are connected with the home telephone, he stated. With this complex life the petty conflicts of one clan with another are out-of-date. The substitute for wnr as yet set up by the national council is a world court which will settle all disputes in a civilized manner. After this is' established he hopes for a fair reduction of armaments.- ' * . ' Harry B. Terre], Des Moines, and his secretary also attended the Rotary meeting. Mr. Terrel has established an Iowa office in Des Moines as branch of the national organization for the prevention of war. Charles Krouse, Mason City, and Roscoe Miller, Clear Lake, were also Rotary guests. ' -nuuic " "Ui" their -son rand daughtet-in.-law, Mr. and Mrs.. Sherman Eckard. Eunice Eckard, small daughter of the local family, is ill. Basketball, Vagabonds vs. Fertile Indians Sat., Feb. 7. ·' The Kev. S. M. Stsnby returned Thursday from Centerville, S. Dak. He conducted a funeral of a friend at Vermillion this week. Pennzoil -- the best, motor oil in the world. DeBruyn Super Service. Lou Levy, Des Moines, is spending several days in Clear Lake with his CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Clear Lake Vagabonds vs. Fertile Indians Sat., Feb. 7. iMr. un:l Mrs. D. C. Eckarrt, Mil- Packing House MARKET 401 S. Federal MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM FEB. 7 to 14 Spare Qjc Ribs, Ib e? Pigs /| c Feet, Ib. ^ Chops, Ib JL«$ Veal 4 ^ic Roast, Ib. J./M 2 Hamburger,' j Q per Ib. 1.. Sausage, P^iC per Ib. a 2 Bacon, Whole % j\ p or Half, Ib OM Lard, HI til C per Ib : Ji. ^J Butter, No. 1 6^|c Creamery ^O Hams, Whole -g g| c or Half, Ib A CHOICE POULTRY the Park theater. We have just received a beautiful line of silk dresses, flowered crepes, plaid crepes and plain colors. Sizes 14 to 46. $6.75 to 510.00. The Family Store. Mr. anil Mrs. O. ,1. Korcni returned Thursday from several months stay with relatives in the east. They visited a son, Clarence, at Washington, D. C., and n son, Silas, at New York university. Mrs. Lewis Golh-n who is con- PARK THEATER CLEAR LAFiW i . SATURDAY Starting the Surprise Serial of 1931! A Real Thriller! RIN TIN TIN iri "The Lone Defender" and '· ,, "Saute Fe Trail" Richnrd Arlen Fay Wray ' Last Times Friday "PASSION FLOWER" FARM SALE --at the-- Andrew Jensen Home · / 2 miles South of Clear Lake ,on Thornton Road Monday, Feb. 9 Farm Machinery, Cow, Heifer, Hay 3. H. MILLER, Auct. INC. O. S. GOVT. INSPECTED MEATS PHONE 693 105 S.'FEDERAL SATURDAY SPECIAL CHOICE BEEF CUTS, Pound MEATY, LEAN, Pound . . SUNNY BttAND, Pound . Stcor F?eef, Jh. .. C'UDAHY, PURITAN, WHOLE OR HALF, Pound --AT-A. P. MARKETS 122 S. FEDERAL 201 N. FEDERAL eaty)' 2 a / 2 © (CENTER CUT SHOULDER) c E2c (BOILING" OR ROASTING) . (FRESH GROUND) (SHANKLBSS SUGAR CURED) AP FOOD STORES The Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co. MIDDLE WESTERN DIVISION of Enna Jettick, Cardinal and Sweet Sally Shoes Let Us Save You Money THKSK PRICES GOOD FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY Home of Real Bargains PHONE m-113-Ul 30 EAST STATK macaroni product,liccarc- ful vhal yoa feed your children. Infant stomachs can be e a s i l y up set. Crcamettcs is a real hcullli food, e a s i l y d i g e s t e d , strength Imilding, Clicrgy giving. City, is considered to be improved. She has been suffering from infection of her knee. X'OU "CitU LttU* L(iy-"IJ-etUtVea ktL * popular resort. They are the onea who wish they had money enough to go somewhere else.--Midwest Review. AT THE Opposite Postoffice Phone 320 \ FRESH EGGS, Dozen 13c BUTTER, Creamery, Ib. 27c GRAPEFRUIT, Sweet Juicy, 5 for 25c APPLES, 4, Pounds .,,25c BANANAS, U Pounds . . , ., 25c ORANGES, 2 Dozen 45c HEAD LETTUCE, 3 for . . . . . . . , . , . . , 25c SUGAR, Cane, 10 Pounds .......,.-, 55c Fresh Vegetables, Green Onions, Carrots, Fresh Tomatoes, New Cabbage, Dandelion Greens, Mustard Greens, Brocilla, Endives, Spinach, Radishes, Beet Greens, Celery. FREE DELIVERY We.have just purchased 151) pairs of E n n a Jcttloks, Sweet Sally iiml Cardinal high grade Shoes »t 11 price to sell at ?2.!)5 and $3.95. New S i r 1 u g Slippers and I'urnpi and Sport Oxfords. Every pair sold iill over from i?5.00 to S7.00 u pair. You can buy them Ji«re Saturday while the lot lusts at $2,95 !in ,i $3.95 150 Prs. New Spring Shoes, Triple A to C. Come Saturday and save money. 1 Lot LADIES' SLIPPERS, OXFOIIES and PUMPS Special at di 77 J p l . i / 1 Lot BOYS' and GIRLS' PLAY OXFORDS Special at 97c - Women's Novelty SLIPPERS $2,48 Velvets, Suedes, Patent and Jiid leathers. A wonderful lot of Slippers at only $2.48 BABY SOFT SOLE SHOES 15c PLAY OXFOliDS With Uskido Soles For Boys unit Girls 69c BSBSSSSBSsSfiSSia 212 SOUTH FEDERAL MASON CITY, IOWA Phone 7)) 33 East Stale FREE DELIVERY , SPECIAL ON POTATOES SELECTED IDAHO RUSSETS, U. S. 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