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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1934
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 6 I 1934 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W RITES HELD FOR MRS, JOHNSON Invalid Woman Lived Many Years With Brother, Hans Jacobson. CLEAR LAKE, March 6.--Funeral services for Mrs. Gjertruid Johnson, 86, Orchard avenue, were held at the Bethlehem Lutheran church, South street, Monday afternoon. The Rev. S. M. Stenby officiated and was assisted by the Rev- H. 0. Urness, pastor of the Zion Lutlleran church. Music was presented by Mrs. T. H. Stall and the Ericksoa brothers. Mrs. Johnson has been ill for the past seven years and unable to care for herself. During this time her two brothers, Hans Jacobson, and the late Ingebret Jacobson, have cared for her at the family home on Orchard avenue. She was born Dec. 12, 1847 in Hadeland, Norway. In 1867. she came to America settling in Racine ' county, Wis. She later moved to Greene and Dane counties. In 1870 she came to Cerro Gordo county and lived in Clear Lake and vicinity until her death. She was married to Paul Johnson in 1880, who died about 20 years later. Since that time she lived with her two brothers, Hans and Ingebret Jacobson, the latter dying, Sept. 18, 1933. She is also survived by a sister in Minnesota. Burial was made in the Clear Lake cemetery. Lake Carriers Down Mason City, 23 to 7 CLEAR LAKE, March 6. -- The Clear Lake carriers of the Globe- Gazette defeated the Mason City carriers 23 to 7 in a basketball game at the Y. M. C. A., Mason City, Monday night. Principal scorers for the local cagers were Cookman, Jack and Richard DeWiggins. K. K. Club Entertained at Phillips Residence CLEAR LAKE, March 6.--Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Phillips were hosts to members of the K. K. club at the Soda Grill at dinner Monday evening. The evening was spent at the Phillips home playing cards, Mr. - and. .Mrs. W. W. Choate receiving the prize- for high score and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jones the consolation. 3 Dosef of Foley's Loosens Cough HONEY TAR S«otb" Thrtit --. LMSCQI l£« Tkkl. Phlegm For old oryoune--duri ng day or night--you can safely rely onfnicy's Honey and Tar!K {uiciert nnilu. Coughs due to colda nay getserioua lost, don't delay. Get pciii"';« FOLEY'S today--refuse sub- lUtutea. Sold everywhere. How One Man Lost 22 Pounds Mr. Herman Runkis of Detroit writes: "A few lines of thanks from a rheumatism sufferer--My first bottle of 'Kruschen Salts took aV of the aches and swellings out ot my joints--with my first bottle I went on a diet and lost 22 pounds and now feel like a new man." To lose fat safely and quickly take one half teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water before breakfast every morning-an .85c bottle lasts 4 weeks--Get it at Huxtable Drug Co., Michael Drug' Co., or any drug store in America. If not joyfully satisfied after th first bottle--money back. No. 239 OFFICE PHONE CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. H. C. O'Brien Iiavc returned to their home at Oakwood after spending the past month with Mr. O'Brien's parents at Alexandria, Minn. Wecome HolHster and his mother, Mrs. W. H. Hollister, have taken an apartment at the Walter Post home, North Fourth street. Miss Dorothy Drciv returned Monday to Minneapolis where she is en- roiled in a business college, after spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Drew. Mrs. C. A. Knutson plans to leave Wednesday for Des Moines where she will attend the annual spring board meeting of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs. Mrs. Knutson is chairman of the public affairs department which will report at that time. There will be a banquet 'or board members Thursday night and Mrs. Knutson will return. Friday. Mr. arid Mrs. Fred Fankcll and family plan to move into the Ber- :elson house on Carleton street. Bethel chapter of the Royal Arch Masons lodge will meet at the Masonic temple Wednesday for inspec- :ion and school.of instruction. Sessions will be held during the afternoon and evening. Eva Becker and Vcra Sllfpard have taken rooms at their beauty salon on Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goranson and family spent the week-end at Thompson with Mr. Goranson'S mother, Mrs. Alice Goranson. Miss A. Roorda, mathematics Instructor at the high school, attended the funeral of a relative at their lome, at Perry, over the week-end. She returned Sunday evening. Luke WcbD of Hampton was a ;uest of Miss Edna Jewell, North rourth street, Monday. Mrs. Irving Jensen and Mrs. H. S. Hushaw will be co-hostesses to mem- oers of the D. B. L. club at a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Jensen home, 635 East Main street, Thursday afternoon. Cards will be the afternoon's entertainment Miss Margaret Mitchell, a teacher at Rodman, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mitchell, North Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Anderson of Belmond, were Saturday guests at he Henry Goranson home, Pleasant street. Howard Renwick of Hawkeye 15 a guest of Millard Daniels at the Senry Goranson home. LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 GROUPS NAMED BYWA-TAN-YE EmmabeUe Thomas Takes Presidency of Club at Clear Lake. CLEAR LAKE, March 6.--New officers of the Wa-Tan-Ye club assumed their duties Monday evening at a dinner meeting at the Soda Grill. They are Emmabelle Thomas, president; Mollie McGowan, vice president; Thelma McMullen, secretary, and Jean Matthews, treasurer. Orcta Minnette is the retiring president. · Two new members, Virginia Callanan and Lucille Olson, were welcomed into the organization. Miss Thomas announced her standing committees for the year. A member was placed in charge of each monthly meeting as follows: Oreta Minnette, March; Helen Hendricks, April; Mary Bowman, May; Genevieve Hanson, June; Mollie McGowan, July; Abbie Eldridge, August; Ada Kay Choate, September; Eunice Chism, October; Pearl Witke, November; Lillian Overton, December; Ruth Anderson, January, and Thelma McMullen, February. Other committees include: Attendance, Nita Church, Abbie Eldridge, Mary Bowman and Genevieve Hansen; intercity relations, Oreta Minnette, Abbie Eldridge, Mrs. William Alter; flowers, Lillian Overton, Linda Herriman, Ella Keegan; reception, the board of directors; publicity, Helen Hendricks, Ruth Anderson and Jean Matthews; grievance. Mrs. Pearl Witke, Mrs. Mollie Wellmon, Miss Mollie McGowan; song leader, Nita Church; pianist. Ada Kay Choate and Genevieve Hansen. Plans were made to hold initiation services for the new members next month. The association convention will be held May 15 at Osage. Clear Lake Calendar Poetry Is Topic for LiBrary Reading Club CLEAR LAKE, March 6.--Li- jrary Reading club members were entertained Monday afternoon at the Mrs. O. T. Hansen home, South Third street. The reading of favorite poems by members was the roll call response. A guessing game was arranged by the hostess and Mrs. Oscar Peterson and Mrs. Goldman led the lesson, reading a number of poems. Wednesday--American Legion auxiliary meets at clubrooms, 7:30. Home Improvement club meets with Mrs. Frank Rich. Lions clu'o meets at Lions cafe. O. D. O. club meets at Mrs. Oscar Thompson home, Carolyn street. D. B. L. club at Mrs. Irving Jensen home, East Main street. Thursday--Modern Woodmen and Royal Neighbors at I. · O. O. F. hall. County declamatory contest at Thornton. Home guards at M. E. church, 4 o'clock. D. B. L. club luncheon at Mrs. Irving Jensen home, East Main street. Rotary club meets at I. O. O. F. hall. Friday--Star club meeets with Mrs. Creger, picnic supper. Saturday--Dance at Clear Lake Country club. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to our neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted us during the sickness and death of our husband and father. We also wish to thank those who remembered him with flowers.--Mrs. John Amundson and children. ICURA Is your slfin pimply, rashy or easily irritated? Then start using Cntlenra Soap now. Containing medicated, emol- I - . . lient and healing properties, it [SfttSltflW soothes and comforts tender, sensitive skins and does much to keep them clear, healthy and in a vigorous condition. PMCE 2Sc Proprietor!: Potter Drug Chemical Corp-. Maiden, Mass. TITTLE BROS ^ACJEfclBMi CO.'Nc. PHONE 693 105 SOUTH FEDERAL HAMBURGER, fresh ground Ib. 3c BOILING BEEF, lean Ib. 3V 2 c BEEF STEAK Ib. 8c SPARE RIBS, lean, meaty Ib. 9c NECK BONES ..Ib. 3c VEAL STEW Ib. 4c Art Is Studied. CLEAR LAKE, March 6.--Mrs. J. C. Davenport entertained members of the progress club at their home on North Fourth street Monday afternoon. Mrs. L. E. Ashland led Lhe lesson on art. PROPOSE STUDY OF ROAD PATROL Concurrent Resolution in Legislature Calls for Committee. DE8 MOINES, March 6. GB--A concurrent resolution providing for the appointment of an interim committee of two senators and two representatives to stufly the highway patrol motor vehicle and traffic regulations was introduced in the house today by Representative Mercer of Johnson and McCreery of Linn. The members would serve without pay and be required to make a report at the next session, submitting recommendations and bills covering' the subjects studied. An attempt to take up consideration of the bill immediately was defeated 33 to 64. The house refused to concur in senate amendments to the bill providing that when the seven mill tax is insufficient to produce the amount required to pay the annual interest and oae twentieth of the principal of school bonds, the board of supervisors may certify any tax levy necessary to provide such payment. The senate amendment permitted issuance of refunding- bonds. The house set tomorrow evening at 7:30 for its memorial session. An NRA bill was introduced in the lower branch by the steering committee. It would make violation of code rules and national recovery laws a violation of state laws as well as federal statute. It also provides all state and local officers shall become enforcement officers of the NRA if required by the national administration. It provides a penalty of $500 a day for each violation for as many days as the offense continues and 5500 a day penalty for failure to procure any license required under the NRA. DANIEL L. DEAN, 77, DIES HERE Retired Carpenter Succumbs to Pneumonia; Services to Be Thursday. Daniel Louis Dean, 77, who resided at 604 Van Buren avenue southwest, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ada Statzer, 645 Polk avenue southwest,. about 4 o'clock Tuesday morning of pneumonia and complications resulting from a broken hip. He had been at the home of his daughter for the past two months. Mr. Dean was bom at Marshalltown, Aug. 15, 1856. He was a carpenter throughout his life until he retired about seven years ago. He was married to Miss Barbara Worle, who preceded him in death several years ago. Surviving Mr. Dean are four children, Mrs. Ada Statzer of Mason City; Mrs. Roy Merrill, Jackson, Minn.; Earl Dean, Albert Lea, Minn., and Emery Dean of Ottumwa. Three sisters, Mrs. John Loy, Mason City; Mrs. Ida Roby, Clay Center, Kans., and Mrs. K. L. Simpkins, Waterloo, and 13 grandchildren and four great grandchildren also survive. Funeral services will be held at the McAuley funeral home at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery. Scarville Girl, 9, Injured When Struck by Illinois Auto Sophia Ann Shelwick of Scarville, age 9, was struck by an auto driven by H. D. Vanderberg, Freeport, 111., Tuesday morning about 11 o'clock. She was taken to the Mercy hospital at Mason City where it was found she had received a slight fracture of the skull. She was dismissed from the hospital Tuesday afternoon. Several Sentenced in Police Court Here Ed Voschel, 211 Monroe avenue northwest, was fined $25 and costs Tuesday morning by John C. Shipley, police judge, on a charge of intoxication. Voschel was arrested at Second street and South Federal avenue Monday night. Robert F. Bartell, 270S Jefferson avenue southwest, was fined $10 and costs on a similar charge. He was arrested in the 1600 block on South Federal avenue Monday evening. Merle Radcliffe, 1516 Hampshire avenue northeast, was fined $5 and costs for striking Claire Johnson, 934 Eleventh street northeast, during an argument about a rabbit house. At the eclipse of the sun in 1936 the zone of totality will cross Russia. By permission, we suppose, of the soviet government. -- Punch (London). A .R .If .THEATER »^m*«%*H l C!cnr Lake Tun, - Wed. Edmund Ixwc. Ann SoUitrn "LET'S FALL IN LOVE" lOc to All Salvation Army Gives Help to Homeless Men A total of 13,241 free meals and 3,984 free beds were supplied by the Salvation Army for homeless men in the period from Oct. 1 to Feb. 25, according to Capt.-Walter Lee, who is in charge. This includes both transient and local single persons. Following is the number by months: Free Free Meals Beds October 2,904 901 November 2,328 784 December 2,659 873 January 2,572 686 February 2,778 740 Totals 13,241 3,984 The army is now caring for 41 local single men. The garden maintained by the Salvation Army last summer not only supplied fresh vegetables but hundreds of cans of food prepared during the season. Plans are being made for a garden again this year. Funds for Probe of War Department's Expenditures Voted WASHINGTON, March 6. UP)-The house unanimously voted $10,000 today for a military affairs committee investigation of war department expenditures from 1926 to date. Chairman Warren (D.. N Car.) said the accounts committee which reported the resolution had been promised a "thorough going investigation letting the chips fall where they may." Case Against Carl Christoff Dismissed The case against Pete Christoff, 1626 Pennsylvania avenue north- cast, who was alleged to have committed a statutory offense Feb. 10, was dismissed by M. C. Coughlon, justice of the peace, Tuesday. Witnesses testified that Christoff was working at the Northwestern roundhouse at the time the offense was alleged to have been committed. Limit Profits Upon Big Navy Contracts WASHINGTON, March 6. (JP-The senate today adopted an amendment to the naval construction bill limiting profits on all ship and airplane contracts involving $10,000 or more to not more than 10 per cent. German commercial aviation in 1933 enjoyed the best year in its history. German planes carrying about 30 per cent of the total freight in world air traffic. SHOT WITH GOLD CILVER and gold threads among the gray, or those of any other color for that matter, are very popular this season. They even are woven into cottons. · Kay Francis is pictured wearing a handsome gown of white taffeta shot through with a gold stripe. A draped neckline, wide gold leather belt, and skirt fullness achieved by sectional ruffles set on with shirring, are the style features. Reed Sees Danger in Government Control CEDAR RAPIDS, March 6. (JPI~ The extent to which radio is controlled and influenced by the government was cited in an interview tod-v H- former Senator James A. Recr' Missouri as one of the dangers to the press if the government is permitted to gain control or possession of telegraph and telephone lines. TAX SALE SET FOR MAY 2 HERE Delinquent Taxes for Two Past Years to Come Up for Sale. The first tax sale for more than two years will be held in the office of the county treasurer May 2 at 10 a. m., Miss Joy Ridgeway, county treasurer, -announced Tuesday. At this sale 1931 delinquent taxes due in 1932 and 1932 taxes due in 1933 will be up for sale. The taxes scheduled to come up for sale will be advertised April 18 and April 25, according to the present plans, Miss Ridgeway stated. Three Pass Entrance Examinations for Navy R. F. Allison, officer in charge of the navy recruiting station here, announced Tuesday that three North Iowa boys had passed .their enlistment examinations and were under orders to report to Hampton Roads, Va., where they will _ spend three months in the training school before going on shipboard. They were Alva J. Groth of Gutenberg, Lloyd A. Meyer of Ossian and Harvey Johnsen of Ringsted. 1.0.0. F. Dancing Club Meets Wednesday Nigbt The I. O. O. F. Dancing club will hold one of its regular dancing functions at the Odd Fellows hall Wednesday evening, according to Charles Crumb, who is in charge of arrangements. Huck Shaffer and his orchestra will supply the music for the event, to which all Odd Fellows and Rebekahs have been invited. Think how many "great executives" fail because they can't find enough brilliant men to do the work.--Wisconsin State Journal. DON'T GETUP NIGHTS THIS 25c TEST FREE If It Fails. Use this bladder laxative. Drive out the impurities and excess acids which cause the irritation that wakes you up. Get a regular 25 cent box of BUKETS. made from buchu leaves, juniper oil, etc. After four days test, if not satisfied, go back and get your 25c. They work on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. Bladder irregularity is nature's danger signal and may warn you of trouble. You are bound to feel better after this cleansing and you get your regular sleep. BUKETS guaranteed by Casey Drug Co., Michael Drug Co., Huxtable Drug Co. Milwaukee and N. Y. Central Given Loans From Public Works WASHINGTON, March 6. UP)-Two additional loans to railroads totaling $2,366,531 for new equipment and maintenance were announced today by Secretary Ickes, the public works administrator. The Chicago, Milwaukee. St. Paul and Pacific was loaned $1,966,531 for building 75 new passenger cars, air conditioning of 22 diners and lounge cars and installation of 300 loading devices oa automobile cars. The New York Central was loaned 5400,000 to pay track men in laying 37,000 tons of rails and fastenings. The company will apply for an additional $2,200,000 for steel purchase from the $41,000,000 set aside by the public works for that purpose. Still, the criminal might be baffled, too, if he announced his plans in the newspaper.--Cedar Rapids Note to diplomats: The knowledge that you had the right of way is small consolation after you get to the hospital.--Midwest Beview. If Ruptured Try This Free Apply It to Any Rupture, Old or Ktcei't, Lorec nr Small »nd 1'ou Are on the Kund That Has Convinced Thousand*. Sent Free to Prove This Every ruptured man or woman »hou [ write it once to W. S. Rice, 320-1. Main St.. Adams, N. Y.. for a free trial o( his wonderlul Method. 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OC LD ( CORN FED BEEF ROASTS 4c 6c lOc FKESH GROUND YOUNG BEEF LIVER,lb. You ought to know the Browns MAYBE you don't know the Browns. They're a little family of four. There's Jim Brown, who sells life insurance, and Betty Brown--who was a Jones before she married Jim. And there are the two Brown children: Jim, Jr., and Griselda. Like a thousand other families, the Browns are just starting to lift themselves out of the count-every-penny circumstances which the past few years imposed on them. But they have one advantage. Betty Brown studied economics during that time. She didn't enroll at the University. She didn't take a special home-course by mail. She learned a great deal about buying from her daily newspaper. She followed the advertisements. She compared price and quality, and struck a practical balance between the two. Today she knows how to buy so that Jim's bank account can begin to grow again. And she hasn't got pinch-nosed by doing it. In fact, one of the Browns' greatest delights is planning the weekly shopping tour. They virtually make a game of it, and always a profitable game. You ought to know the Browns. They haven't the money they once had. But it won't be long before they do. And in the meantime, they're living well! I I

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