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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 8, 1935
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 8 1935 \f , l sat \ ·*v Divorce Is Granted to Mrs. Helen Col CLEAR LAKE, Aug. S.--Mr Helen Cole obtained a divorce i Judge T. A. Beardmore's distric court in Mason City Thursday from her husband, Burnette, on grounc of cruel and inhuman treatment The couple was married at a cere mony performed as a feature of dance at the Surf ballroom earl- this year. Mrs. Charles Monson Dies; Rites at Brit CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 8.--Mrs Charles Monson, 50, Clear Lake died at a Mason City hospital abou 5:20 o'clock Wednesday afternoon The body was taken to the Bough ton funeral home at Britt. WASH OUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Win Back Pep , . . Vigor .. . Vim Medical authorities agree that your kidneys contain 15 MILES of tiny tubes or filters "which help to purify the blood and keep you healthy. If you have trouble with too frequent bladder passages with scanty amount causing burning and discomfort, the IB MILES of kidney tubes need washing out. This danger signal may be the beginning of nagging backache, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic pains and dizziness. If kidneys don't empty 3 pints a day and get rid of more than 3 pounds of waste matter, your body will take up these poisons causing serious trouble. Don't wait. Ask your druggist for DOAN'S PILLS ... an old prescription ... which has been used successfully by millions of kidney sufferers for over 40 years. They give happy relief and will help to wash out the 15 MILES of kidney tubes. Get DOAN'S PILLS at your druggist © 1934, Foster-MUburn Co. O P E N I N G PARK of the Barber and Beauty Shop Main Street, Clear Lake FRIDAY, AUG. 9 Come In any time or phone 44. Fred Martin, Barber. Dorothy Walsh, Operator; Jennie Jenkins, Operator and Manager. THREE (Ileor £ahc OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 Kensett Band Entered CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 8.--The Kensett band directed by Ralph Geer of Mason City will be one of the participating hands in the North Iowa Music festival at Clear Lake Sunday. The bund has been organized four years and furnishes weekly concerts during the summer months. , The band personnel is as follows: Cornets-George Olson, Hovt Gaarder, Donald lioutelle, Pearley Hermanson, Marion Lewis, Tillman Grassland, Clarence Myers, Dale Dischen and Limvood Emerson; clarinets--Beverley Knutson, Lane Hunt, Rutli Robinson, Ola Mac Boyett, Blanche Pfeiffer, Keith Kenison, Geroy Johnson, Maxine Jensen and Mary Anne Knutson; saxophones--Maurice Knulson, Alton New-land, Gdetta. Fent, Thclnia Jnlseth, Leroy Kelly; altos--Bernice Brunsvold and Arlcne Munsell; flute --Doris Kenison and Joe Robinson; trombones-Doyle Boutellle, Stanton Arendts, Bob Bjorgo and Irving Olson; baritones--Lcroy Harmon and Donald Gaarder; bass--Doyle Auestad and' Howard Beery; drums and bells--Dorothy Wilson, Aleda Edwards, Virgil Linsemeyer and Thomas Ostby. Equitable Life Agency Meeting Held at Laki CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 8. -- Th. Equitable Life Insurance companj f Iowa held an all day meeting' a:' he Lake Shore hotel Tuesday. Floyd W. Osmundson, genera gent, Mason City, was the chair- nan of the day's activities, which ncluded talks during the morning and afternoon by E. E. Smith gency secretary and P. C. Irwin ssistant actuary, both of Des Moines, and a dinner at noon. A group of about 40 agents and wives ttended. Birthday of Mrs. Long Observed by Farm Club CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 8.--Mrs. Joy iatz entertained members of the )weso ckib at her home east oi lear Lake on Wednesday after- oon. Election of officers was helc nd Mrs. Ed Ransom was named resident; Mrs. Amanda Weeks, ice president; Mrs. John McNeil, ecretary and. Mrs. George Long, reasurer. The next meeting will be eld at the Mrs. C. H. Sears home. handkerchief shower was held for Mrs. Lawrence Long in celebration her birthday. S O R A N G E S , 5 0 W A S H E R S , 50 REFRIGERATORS GIVEN FREE! ON THIS GREAT HOME APPROVAL OFFER! The value of any test depends upon its completeness . . . and upon who makes the test. No single test will prove the over-all excellence of a refrigerator. Operating economy must be considered in relation to dependable performance. To prove ice-making capacity, freezing time and current consumption must be considered. Adequate shelf capacity depends upon individual requirements. If there is any single factor more Important to you than any other, it is surplus cold making power. Norge challenges comparison on every point. Norge invites you to moke the tests in your own home. Norge says, "If you do not find the Norge is everything we claim, will do everything we say it will--we'll take it back and refund your money." (This sensational offer applies to Norge Gas Ranges and Washers as well as Refrigerators). Before installing any Heating Unit in your home, be sure to see the new ge Safe, Dependable, Economical, Automatic Buy any of these items on the F. H. A. Plan (3 years to pay) or new Norge Budget Plan (up to 4 years to pay). 24 FIRST STREET S. E. PHONE 156 More Recreational Space Is Needed at Clear Lake Clear Lake Briefs White and beige hats of sued and felt at $1. The Nichols Shop. Miss Shirley Stuart and Clair Hi shaw, Council Bluffs, are house guests at the home of Miss Stuart' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Suar: South Second street. New shades in Rollins ringles sheer hose--79c pr. The Nichol Shop. Dr. and Sirs. C. H. Pals, For Dodge, are spending this week i the O. Ulen cottage at south Oak wood. Sheer voile and dimity dresse 51.95. The Nichols Shop. Miss Dorothy Stuart, student a [owa State college, Ames, has re :urned home to spend the rest o the summer with her parents, Mr and Mrs. L. C. Stuart. Wash silk dresses at $2.95 to ?4.95. The Nichols Shop. Miss Irene Ostrander who is at :ending the Minnesota Teacher college, at' Mankato, spent the week end with her father, W. F. Ostran der, South Oak street. Free fish fry with your beer Fri. 8 p. m. till 1. Willow Inn, Ventura Miss Lois Smith, Mrs. Mattie Colbum, Miss Esther Colburn, Bobby Colburn of Clear Lake and Ed Nelon of Ventura are spending a week n Yellowstone National park. Barbecued Kibs, Ritz Hotel, Bayside. Ph. 37F3, Clear Lake. Miss Evabelle Patterson and Miss Dow of Forest City are vacationing hrough Canada. They have seen the }ionne quintuplets and will visit Niagara Falls, N. Y., before their eturn. Mrs. J. E. Patterson, grandmother of Miss Patterson, is spending some time in. Chicago visiting luring their trip. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Juhl, Mr. and ·Irs. Elmer Juhl spent the week-end t Clinton visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Skinner left Ms week for their home at Cedar lapids after spending the summer with Mrs. Skinner's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. John Lundgren, East Di- rision street. Mrs. Sheridan Beard and Ruth /reeland of Oak Park, 111., are ouseguests at the home of Mrs. leard's daughter and son-in-law, 16 Rev. and Mrs. H. O. Urness, East tfain street. Mrs. G. E. Bonner, South Third treet and daughter, Mrs. A. C. Cier, Belle Plalne, are spending Thursday at Jewell with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nelson, Minne- polis, arrived to spend a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. King, South Second street. Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. King are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Prew and daughter, LaVonne, of Humboldt are houseguests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trager, South Second street. The fire department was called to the Charles Bliasen home, North Fifth street. Smoke from rubbish burning in the furnace emerged from the basement windows and neighbors called the department. Mrs. J. H. Woodstock is expected to return Thursday from Waterloo where she attended the grand lodge of the Pythian Sisters. The card party for members of the Clear Lake Country club will be held Friday night at 8 o'clock at the Caddy house on the north shore. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Knutson will be hosts to the group. The Society of Iowa Florists will open a two day convention at the Clear Lake Country club Friday. The displays of the florists at the club will be open to the public for one hour Frid'ay afternoon from 5:30 to 6:30, during which time band music will be furnished. Mrs. Lillian Overton is assisting on the committee arrangements. N. H. Charter ol Monrovia, Cal., is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. W. B. Scroggins, 100 South Oak street. Mr. and Mrs. Tom H. Hayes. 512 North East street, are the parents of a daughter born at the Mercy hospital. Mason City, Tuesday. The child weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and has been named Mary Joanne. Mr. and Mrs. Homer A. Lyons and family. East Main street, have moved to the Oakhurst cottage on the Camp Grounds. j "The general public of Mason City and the four or five counties which surround Clear Lake arc entitled to more recreational space on the shores of that beautiful body of water," writes a Mason City businessman. "In all the projects which were recently listed in the Globe- Gazette none appealed to me more than this one. State park is all right as far as it goes, but it is very limited in size for the number of people who desire access to the lake front. "It is not for me to say where this additional park space should be, but there are one or two wooded areas which have not yet been completely settled and I think an organization, not of Clear Lake or Mason City, but of North Iowa citizens should form a joint committee to confer with the Iowa Conservation commission and see what can be done to preserve some of the natural wooded shoreline of this lake for the people of the state. Would Demand It. · "If. the people of North Iowa could only see the several hundreds of thousands of dollars being spent in this state to make parks and lakes out of gullies and little trickling streams by means of dams and other artificial work, they would rise up and demand that something be done for them at Clear Lake. They might have -to purchase the land, as other communities have done, but when the land has been offered to the state, untold thousands in CCC camp and other work have been poured into these artificial lakes and parks. "For instance at Red Oak, Mont- ·omery county, way down in southwest Iowa, they are planning to raise $15,000 to purchase such a site and to get a park of about 260 acres which would surround an artificial lake of 50 to 75 acres. The state would 'spend more than $35,)00,' it is pointed out in a news story which also says that after six months preliminary work an Meal site has been found and ercom- mended to the state board. How ong would it take to find an ideal ;ite at Clear Lake? It might take onger to get it, but it could be :potted in six minutes, not six months. Spent Large Sums. "Down near Iowa City state and ederal governments have spent housands of dollars creating McBride state park and lake. A CCC :amp was located here for months milding dam, roads and whatnots, ^fow they want the roads leading o this park widened and surfaced, minting out 2,000 cars transport- ng 10,000 people went to this park n a recent Sunday. How many rould go to a real park at Clear jake in addition to those who go to tate park on the south side? And ve would not have to spend mucn money building roads to get there, ither. "And here's a report from far outhern Iowa which says that the andscape architect who has been eveloping plans for the park on the Chariton river east of Centerville, as been informed that he will not e able to completely carry out his lans. A complete crew of 200 men tationed at Albia will be put to vork and will build entrance gates, bridge across the Chariton river, ocked roads, additional footpaths nd complete reforestation. Here we it with the lake, the forests and 11--and do nothing. "And these just begin to tell the tory. There's a lake being made ear Hampton, another near Ham- urg. Jasper county wants a lake, nd others scattered over the state, don't envy these 'lakeless' towns heir luck. I admire their get-up, et's wake up, North Iowa, and not et this opportunity pass. Another ear may be too late! Let's get a eal wooded park of some size on shores of Clear Lake!" P A R K THEATER Clear Lake Thursday and Friday "RUGGLES" OF RED GAP" with Charles Lmighton, Mary Bolaml, Charlie Haggles, 7nsu Pitts Adults l i e Children IOC NEGRO BAND TO PLAY AT SURF Carroll Dickirson, Broadcasting Band of Chicago, Coming. CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 8.--Carroll Dickirson and his orchestra of 14 persons, featuring several soloists and special small instrumental groups, will play a one night engagement at the Surf ballroom Saturday, according to the announcement of Manager C. J. Fox. This group of Negro entertainers just finished an engagement at the Grand Terrace cafe in Chicago where it broadcast on the "Around Town" program over WGN. It also played at the famous Cotton club at New York City. Slatz Randall and his popular band will complete a three weeks' engagement at the Surf Sunday night. There will be a floor show as special feature of the band. Pretty Miss Donna Rae, 17 year old vocalist with the band, will also present some of her clever tap dance numbers. Miss Rae received her instruction in the south and the characteristic Negro movements arc predominant in her interpretations. "Friday" Hughes, male vocalist and pianist with the band, and Royal Epperson, master of ceremonies, will also be presented. Earl Hunt will play for the mixed dance Friday night and Jack Hunt and his Detroiters will open a two weeks' engagement Monday night. This is the former Cliff Perrinc band with a new director. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Oldtime dance at Surf ballroom. --Card party for Clear Lake Country club members at caddy house, 8. --Community Farm Bureau at Grant No. 7 school, program and refreshments. --Deborah circle at Mrs. R. J. Dodge home 70-1 West Jefferson, 2:30. --Mixed dance at Surf. --Christian Workers at Mrs. Vawter home, 309 North Fifth. --Busy Bee club at city hall, Mrs. Sam Hyde, hostess. ---Convention of Society of Iowa Florists at Clear Lake Country club. Saturday--Convention of Society of Iowa Florists at Clear Lake Country club. --Dance at Surf ballroom, Carroll Dickirson's 14 piece Negro band playing. --Dance at Clear Lake Country club, Slatz Randall orchestra and floor show. Mr. and Mrs. Jumcs B. Stuart and son and Robert Stuart, Minneapolis, returned to their home Wednesday night after a visit at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stuart, South Second street. Mrs. Olaf Uleii, Oakwood park, underwent a minor operation at the Park hospital, Mason City, Thursday morning. PARDON ME,SIR, BUT CAN VOU TELL ME WHERE FOLKS ARE GETTING ALL THE NEW TABLE SILVERWARE I SEE ABOUT THESE PARTS? WHY, MY 0000 MAN. HAVEN'T YOU HEARD ABOUT THE BEAUTIFUL SILVERWARE WHICH IS GIVEN FREE WITH NASH'S ., TOASTED COFFEE ? STEP INTO ANY GROCERY STORE AND LOOK AT THE LOVELY SILVERWARE (FULLY GUARANTEED,BY JOVE) WHICH IS GIVEN FREE WITH NASH'S TOASTED COFFEE .YOUR GROCER HAS NASH'S TOASTED COFFEE AND FREE SILVERWARE AWAITING YOU. Solely to induce more women to try Nash's Toasted Coffee---a coffee which contains, according to scientific analysis (Van Cleve Laboratories) 35.7% more flavor than coffees roasted by old-fashioned methods--this special offer of free silverware is being made. With each 2-pound, vacuum-packed, glass jar of Wash's Toasted Coffee you will find a teaspoon attached directly to the far: On the 3-pound, vacuum-packed glass i ar you will find a fork of the same pattern. 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