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Monday, February 26, 1934
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TWO MAKE PROMISES TO OBEY HITLER Over Four Million Germans Pledge "Unquestioning Obedience." BERLIN, Feb. 26. GT)--More than 'four million Germans--one citizen 'put of every 'fifteen--stand pledgee .'today ,to "unquestioning obedience' .to Chancellor Hitler. On the fourteenth anniversary of the founding of the nazi party, 1,017,000 nazi functionaries took an 'oath yesterday to which more than 3,000,000 storm troopers and steel helmeted veterans already had subscribed. I Three thousand crowded into the beer cellar- in Munich where Hitler launched the party to raise their jhands in salute and swear fidelity. Thousands of others repeated the ·oath simultaneously in other Munich gatherings, while the remain- Ing- functionaries participating repeated before radios: "I swear unshakable fidelity to Adolf Hitler and unquestioning obedience to him and the leaders designated for me by him." . Sunday also marked the observance under nazi influence of national heroes' memorial day, with ceremonies " honoring Germany's two million World war dead. Malloy Rites Held at New Hampton at St. Joseph's Church NEW. HAMPTON, Feb. 26.--Funeral services were held Saturday morning for Mrs. John Malloy, 76, who died at her home here, Thursday morning following a two month iliness, at St. Joseph's church with the Rev. Thomas J. Dowltag, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Malloy was born in Winneshiek, July 25, 1857. Her husband, three sons, seven daughters, one brother and four sisters, survive. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 26 1934 Republicans charge that CWA money is being wasted on make-believe municipal jobs; however, we have heard, of no CWA gangs assigned to cutting the grass that was to grow in city streets as the result of republican defeat.--Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, Help Kidneys · , W poorly functioning Kldneyn uA Bladder caftke you rufler from Getting - Up Nights, Nervousness, Rheumatic · Patn^ Stiffness. Burning, Smarting, Itchinp. or Acidity try the cu*rante«d - Doctor's rreBcripUonCyattat (S isa-tcz) - -- ^ -- -- - --M««t file yon tip or tnone"TM MARKET Better Meats -- "Loner Prices Specials for Tuesday PORK CHOPS. Ib ....... 13c 5oS«. BEEF. Ib. 5c SAUSAGE, lb.5c O Z C ib. B · J 21 Ib. ··· s ROASTS 6%c VEAL CHOPS, lb.9c LAMB CHOPS, 7'/ 2 c Calf Liver, Ib. I Sucea O 1 Bacon, Ib. OC Former Des Moines Woman Charged With Bank Holdup in East DES KOINES, Feb. 26. (fP--Mrs. Norma Brighton Milieu captured yesterday'with her husband and another man in New York for suspected complicity in a Needham, Mass., bank robbery, was born in Des Mpincs. Her father, the Rev. Norman Brighton, now a pastor in Natick, Mass., was pastor of the Park avenue church here in 1914 or 1915 The family left here when Norma was about two years old. A week ago the Rev. Mr. Brighton offered to aid police in locating his daughter. He told officers he had not seen her since she had eloped last October. PLAN NEW IOWA CWA WAGE SCALE Herring Holds Meeting With State Emergency Relief ; ; Committee. DES MOINES, Feb. 26. (^--Governor Herring met with the state emergency relief committee today to plan inauguration of a new CWA wage scale March 2. The governor pointed out that the present scale is 50 cents hourly for unskilled workmen and $1.20 for skilled workers. The new scale will correspond with the prevailing scale in the locality where the work Is done. A minimum of 30 cents hourly is stipulated, however. The governor said the emergency committee wilt make a survey of the state to determine the rate of pay in accordance with the wages paid privately employed persona. B. H. Mulock, state chairman, FWA Engineer P.. F. Hopkins and Marshall Miller of the state NRA committee were among those attending the conference. Body of Mrs. Carson Is Buried at Ackley IOWA FALLS, Feb. 26.--Mrs. Julia. A. Carson, a well known resident of Ackley and New Hartford for many years, died at the' home of her son, Charles R. Lee, Saturday. The funeral was held here Monday afternoon, Interment fol- owing at Ackley. Mrs. Carson was born in DeKalb county, HI., Jan. 11, 1849. She had been in poor nealth for several ye'ars. She was active in social, church and civic affairs in Ackley and New Hartford. She is survived by her son, Mr.'.. Lee, and a daughter, Mrs. Artibel'.Henderson, also of this city. Mfs.vCarson was a member of the local'Methodist church and of the W. R. C. Services were in charge of her pastor, the Rev. W. E Butler. Lifelong Resident of Hardin County Buried IOWA FALLS, Feb. 26.--Louie R. Ostheimer, aged 56, and a resident of Hardin county all his life, was buried at Alden Monday afternoon. Mr. Ostheimer died at his home here, following a heart attack. He had been in poor health for several years. He was born at Eldora Jan. 31, 1878, a son of Peter Ostheimer, a pioneer resident of the county. CONSTIPATED 30 YEARS AIDED BY OLD REMEDY "For thirty years I had constipation. Souring food from stomach choked me. Since taking Adlerika I am a new person. Constipation is a thing of the past."--Alice Burns. Huxtable Drug Co. and Weed Pharmacy. LEADS / TTS a new and different GREY! A ·*- beige undertone makes it definitely "springish" and exceptionally smart with many popular costume tones. fj* Easy flowing lines of it and perforations ' _ IL line" t h i » attract! f stitching "Tl "stream- |L :tivc tie JJ Full fashioned, pure silk N U D AWN -TJ fVO T T7 T V «^e fer/cct shade Cl. W O 1 JCL K. i with gtcy shoes MILLER JON 6bOb SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY W; I'. TiTlWR. iHgr. 10 s . FEDERAL Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 Gym Demonstration · to Be Given by H. S. Girls 153 Students to Participate in Program Wednesday. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 26.--Dress rehearsal for the demonstration of the girls physical education department, "Queen Exhibition and Her Girls on Review," was held Saturday afternoon at the Community building. It _ will be given for UIR pubjic Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the same place under the direction of Miss Edna Hadley, physical education instructor of the high school. About 153 girls are on the program. Perform for Queen. The theme of the presentation centers around the haughty Queen Exhibition, played by Evelyn Mitchell, who calls together all of the maidens of her realm insisting that they perform before her. First they march before her so that she may survey each in her costume. Then she calls her youngest, the freshmen of the high school, who give the Oxen Dance, a mock fight, with this personnel: B. Peterson, Grace Sutcliffe, Adeline Sutcliffe, Marguerite Winnie, Daphne Carr, G. Miller, Zelma Watkins, H. Ebaugh; C. Edwards, Mabel Thomas, C. Wood, Klare McCormick, L. Holt, Leah Strieker, Naomi Pine, E. O'Brien, M. Jacobson, T. Hanson, D. Farrow, M. Hughes, M, Humphrey, E. Gardner, D. Jensen and Maxine Colgan. In Pirate Dnnce. The program goes on with a pirate dance with 15 girls participating: Marguerite Johnson, Izetta Bacon. Dorothy Dolley, Maxine Christcnson, Jane McMullern, Greta Chappell, Irma Peterson, Elizabeth . Ann Branson, Audrey Deibler, Elizabeth Hughes, Margaret Wurtzer, Jean Siesseger, Lucille Winnie, Evangeline Gardner and Winifred Sandry. The Kaca and Handkerchief dances follow with 14 girls participating in these events. The group includes: Clara Kofoed, M. Anderson, E. Larson, Helen Walrod, Evangeline Gardner, Arlene Thompson, Genevieve Estergard, R. Mitchell, B. Jacobson, Gladys Lomen, G. Waas, M. Jacobson, V. Coyer and L. Peterson. Have Tumbling Group. About 15 girls perform in the tumbling and pyramid groups, the personnel of which is Margaret Baste, Marion Eliasen, Dagny Hoirup, Dorothy Nelson, J. Peterson, G. Lewis, L. Lorenson, Maxine Fox, Neva Harding, Catharine Porter, H. Miller, D. Jensen, Marian Bleber, Irene Prohaski, W. Davis and Nancy Rinard, mascot. Three couples in weird costumes appear next in an interpretative number. "Raggedy Ann and Andy," given by E. Larson, Kathleen Watts, Lillian Alter, Dorothy Dolley, Izetta Bacon and Jean Sicsscger. S3 In Drill. The marching drill follows with 33 mannikins. Included In this group are Irene Austin, leader, M. Gagnon, E. Spillman, L. Humphrey. A Juhl E. Westover, A. Trimble L. Crozier C. Fredericks, C. Axelso'n, A. Johnson, Ednabolle Harms, M Baker B Waas, M. Widger, L Snodgrass' B' Larson, H. Aucker, C. O'Brien A Gagnon, C. Eastman, Netha Carr, L. Spillman, E. Palmer, D. Conibear K. Mason, Elizabeth Kennedy, L. Latch, R. Jacobson, J. Levisay M Floy and Jeannette Wilson. The Queen makes a request for a modern dance and immediately IS girls dance "Juba" to the melody of the Shadow waltz, a tap number Included in this group are Jean Sies- seger, Irma Peterson, Elizabeth Hughes, Margaret Wurtzer, Lucille Winnie, Greta Chnppeli, Elizabeth Ann Branson, Dorothy Dolley, Audrey Deibler, Evangeline Gardner Eloisc Sandry, Jane McMullen, Maxine Chrlstensen, Helen Walrod, E. Jacobson, Mary Chapman, Glenara Jackman and Winifred Sandry Give Folk Dances. German folk dance" numbers "Peter and Annie," and "Bummel SchotUsche," follow with Doria Latch, M. HoHatz, M. Westcott Gretchen Bohning-, A. Smith M. Peterson, G. Erickson, R. Hanna, V Westcott, Bernice Brox, Cherie Whitney, Helen Walrod, I. Meyers and M. Peterson presenting them Some from this group give the Shadow Waltz. The production is concluded with a basketball game in which Mary Ann Hughes, Margaret Easte Marion Eliason, Irene Prohaski. G Lewis, Marian Bieber, M. Gagnon Da°- ny Hoirup, Netha Carr, M. F P » - erson, Lucille Winnie,' Marguerite Winnie, H. Miller and E. Jacobson participate. A small admission fee will be taken to defray expenses. Kenyons and Yanks Clash in Softball Farmers vs. Liberty Store. Barbers vs. 4-H. Kenyons vs. Yanks. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 26.--Several tight games are expected to feature the softball program Tuesday night at the Cor-.oiunity building. The 4-H scored a surprise victory over the Kenyons last week-end and this week are carded with the Barbers, another high team in the league. The Kenyons will -.-'.ash with the Yanks, two strong teams vie- jng for the league trophy. The first game is slated between the Farmers and Liberty store. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schaffer and daughters of Mason City were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Kabrick Sunday. Sir. and Mrs. Gerald Reid and Mr. and Mrs. Vance Neese left Monday for Albion, Nebr., to spend three weeks with Mr. Reid and Mr. Neese's parents. They are members of the Red Wilson orchestra which has disbanded during Lent. Virgil Winnie spent tho week-end in Clear Lake with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Winnie. He has accepted a position as city sales representative of the Jacob E. Decker company in Waterloo. Mayland Hlntztnan, student nt Iowa State Teachers' college, Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mathers, East Main street. Mrs. Leo Erlcksen will be hostess to members of the American Legion auxiliary at her home on North Third street, Wednesday afternoon. Refreshments will be served. A program will be presented at the ^ina Rebekah lodge mealing Tuescay night at the I. O. O. F. hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Booth of Stanley, Wls., arrived this week-end to visit relatives. Mr. Booth is a brother of Mrs. Eugene Hilts, who died Sunday at a Mason City hospital. Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Glger of Belle Plalne arrived Sunday afternoon to see Mrs. Gigers' father, G. E. Bonner, South Second street, who was stricken with a stroke at noon and died at 9 o clock Sunday evening. Dinner guests lit the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith, Clara street;' Sunday were Mrs. Gusta Hartwig, Abbigall Hartwig, Mr. Maw, all of Corwith; Dorothy Madsen, Rollin Madsen. Mr. Madsen, Bea McBeth, all of Mason City, and Mrs. Peter Miller and daughter of Clear Lake. The dinner celebrated the birthday of Bea McBeth and her sister, Abbigall Hartwig. Livermore Drops One to Lions in Practice Tilt at Algona (jyrn CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 26.--Clear Lake Lions defeated the Livermore Cagers, 35 to 23, in a practice game at Algona Saturday afternoon. Baker of Livermore was the high scorer of the game with 13 points. Adam Miller, Lake forward scorer 12; Liens, center, 10; Lane, 6; Barber 5, and Joslyn 2 for the locals. The local aggregation is in top physical condition for the tournament which they enter this week. It meets Manly, winner of the county tournament, in the first encounter at 9:20 o'clock Thursday night. Manly has a fast group with plenty of height to intercept passes and to work on the bankboard rebounds. Sunday School Class Party Held at Church CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 24.--The Double C class of the M. E. church held a party at the M. S. church Friday night to which 34 members and 7 visitors attended. The evening was spent in playing games and refreshmens were served. The committee in charge of the party included Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olt and Miss Barbara Ott. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--Congregational Missionary society meets at Mrs. B. H. Matthews home,. North Sixth street. Tina Rebekah lodge at I. O. O. F. hall, 8. Wednesday--American Legion Sewing circle meets with Mrs. Lee Erickson, North Third, 2:30. Lioas club meets at Lions cafe, 12. Physical education demonstration at Community building. Thursday--Twentieth Century club meets with Mrs. L. E. Ashland, North Fourth street. Sorosis club meets with Mrs. Joe Palmer, South Oak street D. of U. V. meets at library club rooms. PARK THEATER Clear Lako MON. -- TUBS. --- WED. George Raft, Wynne Gibson Mao West, Constance Cimimingv "NIGHT AFTER NIGHT" 10o TO ALL 'Tla easy now to hold a fire, Throughout the night when folks retire, Your troubles and worry are over now. Just Phone 888 and we'll tell you how. FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY 1011 SOUTH FEDERAL Thelma Moe, Garner, Is Wed to Dr. Blank at Clear Lake Church CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 26.--The marriage of Miss Thelma Moe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Moe of Garner, to Dr. Lloyd C. Blank of Emerson, son of Mrs. Charles Blank of Shenandoah, was solemnized at high noon Sunday at the Zion Lutheran church here. The bride's sister, Theresa Moe, was the bridesmaid leading the bridal procession down the aisle of the church. The bride followed on the arm of her father. B. A. Wigen was the best man. The Rev. H. O. Urness read the single ring ceremony. Max Olson sang "I Love *ou Truly," at the services while Miss Genevieve Hansen accompanied on the piano. After a short wedding trip the :ouple will live at Emerson where Dr. Blank is a veterinarian. RITES FOR MRS. HILTS PLANNED Lake Woman Succumbs at Hospital; Two Sons Survive. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 26.--Mrs. Eugene Hilts, 68, died at the Mason City hospital at 9:30 o'clock Sunday morning following an illness. She had suffered from' cancer and had been confined to her bed at the hospital for the past five weeks. She is survived by her two sons, Elton Hilts, a farmer living north of Clear Lake, Carroll Hilts, Mason City,, and one granddaughter, Margaret Hilts, who had made her home with her grandmother the most of her life; a brother, Charles Booth, Stanley, Wis., a'nd a sister, Mrs. A. J. Hennis, Clear Lake. Funeraf services will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church, the Rev. B. W. Riner officiating. Burial will be made here. Mr. Hilts died Jan. 7 1925. Mrs. Hilts had lived her entire life in the vicinity of Clear Lake. The body is at the Ward funeral home. Roberson Rites Held in Church at Jerico NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 26.--Robert Roberson, 66, died at his home, here Saturday evening. Funeral services were held at the Jerico Lutheran church Monday afternoon with the Rev. H. M. Tjernagel officiating. He was born in Chickasaw county, July 11, 1867. His wife and two daughters, Mrs. Martha Kmitson and Mrs. Clara Swenson of New Hampton and one brother, Andrew Robinson, Jerico, one sister, Mrs. Louis Grove, Madison, Minn., survive. Judgment Against Law Firm Entered by Judge MEW HAMPTON, Feb. 26.-Judge T. H. Goheen of Calmar Saturday entered judgment of $878.74 against the law firm of Blankenheim, Opdycke and Sheakley, in district court. The plaintiff, Miss Virginia McAloon had sued the law firm for back salary. E. S. Sheakley recently opened an office in the Commercial block, here, and is no longer connected with the firm. Man is funny. The more ridiculous his name is, the madder he gets if you get it wrong--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. OECLAM RESULTS ARE ANNOUNCED Algona Wins Two, Bancroft One in First Round of Diocesan Tilt. BANCROFT, Feb. 26.--The first round of the diocesan declamatory contest which includes St. Cecelia's academy of Algoca, Presentation academy of Whittemore and St. John's high school of Bancroft was held Friday evening in St. John's hall here. Donald Frank! of Algona won first in oratorical and Marguerite Fleming of Whittemore, second. Eleanor Kain of Algona won first and Marcella Cullen of Whittemore won second in dramatic. Ellen Sandt of Bancroft won first in humorous and Gertrude Zender of Algona won second. Judges were Isabel Kamps and Matilda Sand ol' Buffalo Center and Juanlta Underkofler of Britt. Correct this sentence: "A dozen people sent me Christmas gifts," said the man, "and I have already sent thank-you notes to all of them. --Kewane Stur-Courler. 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