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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 1 EH 1935 FIVE If mm " la mm CEleur OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News*Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 61 COTTAGES FILL AS NEWCOMERS ARRIVE AT LAKE Illinois, California, and Iowa Families Vacation at Clear Lake. CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 1.-- With the temperatures continuing to rise, summer visitors continued to come to the lake for relief. As soon as one group leaves there is some one ready to take its place. People in charge of placing tourists in cottages say this is toe best season they have had in several years. Among some of the newcomers this week are Mr. and Mrs. Orie Carman, spending Glendale, Cal.. who their vacation in the "Never Rest" cottage on Sun Set drive. Mr. and Mrs. R, R. Sullivan. Harrisburg, 111., are spending a week at the. Nina Wheeler cottage on the north shore. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Smith and family, and Mrs. Mier Cohen, Des Moines,- have returned to their home after spending a month in the Oso-Kosy cottage, north shore. Slatz Randall and his business manager have taken the Ben-Jam-Inn cottage during their engagement at the Surf ballroom this month. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nash and son, Burton, Davenport, rented the Paradise cottage for their stay at the lake, and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Herbert, Atlantic, have taken the Willow Lodge for a two weeks' stay. A group of girls from Oskaloosa, including the Misses Helene Hawkins, Viola Clements and Mary Ann Hinley have taken the O-So-Happy cottage on Sun Set drive for a week. The Des Moines .cottage. West Second street, is now occupied by the Orin Thomas family, Des Moines. Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Junior Federated club meets at the home of Carol Bell. Isham Jones plays at the Surf ballroom. Saturday--Dance, Clear Lake Country club, Carl West playing. Dance, Surf ballroom, Slatz Randall playing. Clear Lake Briefs Ritz Hotel, Bayside. Mrs. Ed Boyle and Ph. 37F3. daughter, J ohn R. Winnie Takes Part in Presentation, "Carnival of Comedy" CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 1.--The second annual "Carnival of Comedy" of which John Ross Winnie, Clear Lake, is technical director, and business manager, will open at Cornell college, Mt. Vernon today Three plays will be presented. Mr. Winnie is the director of "The Doctor in Spite of Himself" and the assistant director" of "The Taming "of' the Shrew," in which he is also cast as Grumio. Nancy, left today for Cedar Rapids where Nancy will remain with her grandparents while Mr. and Mrs. Boyle are on their vacation in the north. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Freeman, Chicago, who have been visiting Mrs Freeman's mother, Mrs. Alice Young, left today. They have been touring the country in their house C3 Mr. and Mrs. F. E. DeMott plan to move today to Albia where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. John Siesseger and tr and Mrs. Sam Metz are vaca- ioning in northern Minnesota-. Miss Betty Hctland, Minneapolis, s visiting at the home of her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hetland. Mrs. Tet Jones, Omaha, is visiting t the home of her sister, Mrs. A. H. ^uncie. J. W. Pattie is in Chicago on a uying trip this week. Mrs. Ida Hendricks returned Wcd- esday after visiting friends in Hutchins. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lemen, Cln- ago, are vacationing this week in ne of the Verbeckmoes cottages. Mrs. C. E. Scott and daughter 'hyllis, Moose Jaw, Canada, are isiting friends here. !rowningshield to Speak On Townsend Pension Plan CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 1.--C. 0 Crowningshield, state manager of he Townsend Old Age Revolving 'ension plan, will speak in the city ark Sunday at 2 o'clock. Houseguests Honored at Luncheon at Clack Home CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 1.--Mrs Lester Phillips and daughter, Mrs. Dean McLaughlin, Allegan, Mich., were honor guests at a luncheon Wednesday at the Clack home. Mrs W. R. Clack and her daughters, the Misses Ida and Nan and Mrs. M. P. Hughes, were co-hostesses. Other guests included Mrs. Lambert Phillips and daughter, Laura Phillips, Mrs. A. B. Phillips, and Mrs. Ida Rosecrans, a houseguest of Mrs. Clack. The afternoon was spent informally. STIFF AND SORE WITH RHEUMATISM Mr. Hemmingsen,"64, Had Suffered Years With Stomach Trouble Also; Gly-Cas Only Medicine Effective in His Case. "Gly-Cas was a real blessing to me," said Mr. Carl Hemmingsen, 2218 South 10th St., Council Bluffs, la. "For many years attacks of indigestion were frequent after each MB. CARL HEMMINGSEN meal. I lost my appetite and food, did not tempt me in the least. Bu what caused the most sevete suf fering was the dreadful rheuraatisnr which had an awful hold on me. Mj arm and hand became stiff ane sore and my neck and shoulders were terribly affected. For over a year I had been unable to work and confined to bed a. great part of the time. But when I began using Gly Cas my health troubles were soo over. "Never before was there a med icine like Gly-Cas," he continuec "That dreadful rheumatism has al most gone entirely, my stomach ha been regulated and my bowels n longer truoble me. There are man medicines on the market todny bu none that can compare with Gly Cas--its merit is outstanding." Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Dru; Company, 5 South Federal Ave Mason City, Iowa. JOSEYBARLDW TO BE MARRIED Approaching Nuptial Told at Party Wednesday Evening. CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 1.--Miss Josey Barlow announced her engagement and approaching marriage to Peter Peterson at a party of 20 iven at the Villa Tea Room last light. The date of the wedding, Aug. 10, was concealed in tiny silver and white bridal place cards. The table was prettily decorated in sweatpeas and baby breath. The evening was spent in playing cards. Mrs. John Perkins won the prize for high score, and Margaret Bourne won second high. Mrs. Verne Peterson won the consolation prize. Guests included Margaret Bourr.e, Oreta Minette, Mrs. Leslie Bisgrove, Mrs. John Perkins, and Mrs. Roger Nelson. Mrs. Jim Hansen, Genevieve Hanson, Geraldine Stenby, and Ruth Peterson. Others were Mrs. Arthur Peterson Mrs. Clarence Conklin, Mrs. Fred Peterson and Mrs. Vern Peterson. Mrs. Dick Senneff, Mrs. Arthur Olson, Mrs. Roy Peterson, Mrs. Robert Skinner, Mrs. George Peterson and Mrs. Will Barlow. HAYES DECISION PLANNED FRIDAY Judge to Decide Whether to Strike Recommendation to Oust Mayor. SIOUX CITY, Aug. 1. «-- Vhether or not the .court will grant a hearing on the petition of W. D. Hayes, suspended Sioux City mayor, o strike from the district court rec- jrds that portion of the grand jury's eport recommending the removal of he mayor and former Public Safety Commissioner Henry C. Kuhlmann. will be decided by Judge Rice Friday. Judge Rice today listened to a ormal request made by Mayor Hayes' attorneys, Chris N. Jepson and Fred H. Free, for an ex parte learing on the case, which is a jearing in the chambers in which t is necessary for only one side of he case to be presented. The judge said he would prefer .0 have both sides represented at :he hearing and asked County Atty. it. E. Rawlings to request H. M. lavner, special prosecutor, to be jresent in court Friday. The county attorney was in the courtroom today, but only as a lis- :ener. At the bearing this morning, Free testified that a request for an ex- arte hearing had been made to Judge A. O. Wakefield just a few days ago but that Judge Wakefield lad said that he was leaving on his vacation the first of the month and had a number of matters of which must dispose before he left, so did not have time to take up the case. He suggested, Free said, that Judge-Rice would be back from his vacation the first of the month and that if the attorneys , cared, they could make their request to him. Visitors at Clear Lake Acquainted With Summer Home of Ford CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 1.--An article in a recent Globe-Gazette under a Big Bay, Mich., date line telling of the celebration of Henry Ford's seventy-second birthday was. of special interest to two women spending the summer at Dodge's Point, Clear Lake. They are Mrs A. C. Leister and Mrs. C. K. Corsant. These women have made their summer home at Big Bay for several seasons. The town is a small place owned and operated by the Brunswick company as a factory location for making bowling alley pins and including a company store church, school and a few dozen homes of employes. It is situated 30 miles out of Marquette wiTn which it is connected by a narrow gauge railroad. A hard surfaced state roac winds out through- the valleys and timber to Big Bay and five miles beyond, to but not through, the Huron Mountain club. Their honn ivas. on a high point overlooking ,ake Superior, but outside of the club. The membership list of the Huron Mountain club bears names of niany men nationally known. Nearly al summer homes, including that of Mr. Ford are built to match the iurrounding virgin forest. Entire rout streams are within its boundaries. Deer are plentiful and unmolested. Bear live there for years irotected from hunters. Everything s kept as nearly as possible in its original and .natural state. Communication with the outside world is urposely made difficult. While at his summer home Mr Ford is frequently seen at the litth mill town of Big Bay. He has a vasi acreage of timber--the last origina .imber in the peninsula--and mines n the vicinity. He is always busy but sociable and well liked by the summer people and residents of the "ittle town. Republican Leaders Sounded on Various President Prospects WASHINGTON, Aug. 1. ( Letters sounding out the sentiment of local republican leaders on various presidential candidates have been sent out by Robert H. Lucas of Kentucky, former executive director of the republican national headquarters. la the -letters, sent to 3,000 county chairmen, 450 city leaders and 800 "young republicans," Lucas also included a sharp attack on Charles D. Hilles, national committeeman from New York. He denounced Hilles as threatening to place "the indelible stamp of Wall street on our ticket and platform." Adding that Hilles is "the dominating influence on the republican national committee' 1 he called for local leaders to "take hold of the party's affairs." Lucas asked the leaders to designate their choices for presidential nominee from among more than a score, or to add others. Those he named included Herbert Hoover: Senator Borah of Idaho; former Vice President Curtis; and Senator Dickinson of Iowa. When it comes to suppiyin, plenty of work, Mr. Roosevell certainly is a champion. Ask any of the boys on Capitol Hill.--Ralama- 100 Gazette. Conquering Lion of Judah An excellent new portrait of Haile Selassie offers a study of the emperor of Ethiopia, "conquering Jion of Judah," and de- scendant of the CJucen of Sheba. The emperor says his country is prepared to resist invasion by Italy, and he will lead his troops. Leach to Direct High School Band at Ackley ACKLEY, Aug. 1.---The board of education voted to hire Prof. Robert V. Leach, Wa.verly as organizer, director and instructor of the Ackley high school band, to begin his serv- ices in September. Mr. Leach is an Ackley boy, and is well known here He conducts the Wavcrly municipa band. Dumont high school band am' Ackley municipal band. Use the Want Ads lans for Passenger Airline From Russia to U. S. Disclosed MOSCOW, Aug. 1. UP)--Plans for a passenger airline across the north pole between Russia and the United States were revealed today by Otto Schmidt, head of the northern sea route department. He said such plans would be based on whether the forthcoming flight of Sipniuiid Lcvaneffsky and two companions is successful and that two years of trial flights and other preparations would be required before a line could be put into operation. Weather reports showed that conditions along the proposed route were improving, but Schmidt said he thought it was wise for the flyers to wait until at least tomorrow for their takeoff. The plane will carry six tons of gasoline and its weight, when loaded, will be 11 tons. The flyers plan to arrive in San Francisco in daylight after a flight of from GO to 72 hours. Returns From Alaska. ROCK FALLS, Aug. 1.--Miss Adclie Duff returned home after a month's trip through Alaska. ANNOUNCING U- M- C FREE GIFT P L A N FREE 400 BEAUTIFUL GIFTS TO CHOOSE FROM FREE NO CHARGE -- NO POSTAGE - NO EXPENSE The merchants whose names appear in this advertisement will give you UMC Coupons Free with every purchase you make. These UMC Coupons are redeemable for guts shown in our catalog, There is no long waiting for your premium with UMC Coupons. Orders are filled for as little as 6 Coupons. ASK THESE MERCHANTS FOR YOUR CATALOG Bonded Gas Oil Co. 416 South Federal Busy Bee Shoe Shop 101 North Federal Central Heights Grocery Central Heights Forest Park Grocery 1001 Fourth Street S. \V. Symecek Grocery 940 North Taylor Avc. Shapiro Grocery 523 North Pennsylvania William's Dairy 2092 North Carolina Consolidated Coal Co. 113 Seventh St. S. K. Hanford Cleaners SOI North Federal Lund's Bakery 207 North Federal Riteway Shoe Repair 329 South Federal Roosevelt Grocery 104 Fifteenth St. S. E. Curtis Grocery 513 Sixth Street S. E. Marsden Grocery 1452 North Federal James Grocery 2424 South Jefferson Earl's Fruit Miirket 1GOS South Federal Riverside Grocery Evia Market Grocery 2 South Monroe Ave. 508 Sixth St., S. W. VISIT OUR PREMIUM STORE IN MASON CITY. WE CARRY MANY ITEMS NOT LISTED IN CATALOG. Steenblock Grocery 1204 North Rhode Island Harry Walter's Garage 11 Second Street S. W. 410 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. MASON CITY, IOWA Files Libel Action. Against Cedar Rapids Editor for $50,000. VINTON, Aug. 1. (#)--A lihel suit for $50,000 was filed in court here today by Harold M. Cooper, former chairman of the state liquor control commission, against the Cedar Rapids Gazette, Verne Marshall, editor of the Gazette, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dodd and Robert Dodd of Belle Plaine, Gazette newsdealer- ers. The suit alleges Cooper was libeled by an article in the May 1 issue of the Gazette which said "Harold M. Cooper came to Cedar Rapids and perjured himself." The suit is the second filed by Cooper, and the third against the Gazette and Marshall. In Marshalltown last month, Cooper filed a libel suit against the Gazette, Marshall and a news dealer for 550,000. Boardman and Cartwright, Marshalltown law firm, also filed a $50.000 libel suit against the same defendants last month, asserting they were libeled by an article charging there was "stalling" in Cooper's appeal from his conviction in Linn county on charges of violating the liquor control act. No Cash and Carry Ten billions have been spent for recovery, but there's some doubt about the date of delivery.--Indianapolis News. P A R K THEATER Clear Lake Thursday--Friday "MAYBE IT'S LOVE" Gloria Stuart - Ross Alexander Adults lie--Children lOc \ For Friday and Saturday JOHNSON'S Auto Polish, Wax and Touch-Up Enamel All three, $1.50 value for ExtraSpecial! CAR WASH TIRES INSPECTED BATTERY CHECKED POLISHING CLOTH Five Yards GENERAL ELECTRIC HOUSEHOLD BULBS 15, 30, 60 Watt Each DOZEN FOR Sl.OO ARISTOCRAT AUTO HORN $1.75 Value. Special at BUMPER JACK $3.50 Value. $ At Daniels BUMPER GUARDS Per Pair Pf $1.00 Value I USED TIRES A » $1.00 and Sizes JL up SUN GLARES Fully adjustable. 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