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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 27, 1935
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DRIVE LAUNCHED ON HANK NIGHTS' Coanty Attorneys and Sheriff » Instructed to Terminate "Lotteries." DBS MOINES, Aug. 27. CSV- Walter Maley, first assistant attorney general, today launched a statewide drive against theater "bank nights." Maley instructed all county attorney* and sheriffs to take steps to terminate bank nights pending supreme court decision on their legality. In his letter of Instruction Maley cited an opinion by the attorney general's office on Dec. 8 holding that advertising of bank night was "advertising a lottery" in violation of the Iowa code. He also referred to one district court and one federal court decision. G. P. Hudling o Newton, Iowa, was convicted of advertising a lottery in connection with a bank night performance. His appeal is now before the state supreme court. Federal Judge Charles A. Dewey ruled in 1933 that a bank night performance constituted a lottery, Maley aald. Judge Dewey denied an injunction to the Central Theater corporation restraining "persons from interfering with operation of bank Bight," Maley eated, "I am glad to see this happen," said Tom Arthur, head of the Cecil MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. AUGUST 27 mm 1931 Palace and Strand theater* here. "We were among the last to start the 'bank nights' and have never been in favor of them. They take us out of the ahow business. '% for my part, like to bring in a good show that will draw a crowd rather than rely on a 'bank night.' I'll be glad to see thi» ruling put through." ^^ Dandruff/ 1MB JVeMMCe Mswf CeI [Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic rid* TOOT ^scsip of every (peek of dandruff " a* for adulu. children »nd tfeoe* .who would b« well groomed. Luckr Ticcr civce voor ecalp · tincle of new We. eteanli- LUCKY TIGER Tittle Bros. l«» SO. FEDERAL PHONE e*3 ACROSS FROM WARDS Hamburger, Ib. 71/zc Steak c,r d ....... Ib. 18c Cheese ;r t r.Tlb. 8c Lamb Steak, Ib. 1 5c Spare Ribs, Ib. 17c Pike ga Ib. 16c SI'ICBU Herring . . . Ib. 23c SPKCMl, FOR WED. AND THURS. ·Uc NEW NICCUET l.HOTEL' W.B. CLARK, w i l l g e t comfortable and friendly hospitality at the) New NICOLLET HOTEL, whether your visit be for business or pleasure or both, at rate* that ars aurprimingly moderate. Conveniently located to the) Business, Theatre, Wholesale, Financial and Shopping District, this modern fireproof Hotel offers ·very nicety in appointments. Its comfortable beds, famous throughout the country, and its quiet/airy rooms will assure you a refreshing night'i rest. Its: fin a but moderately priced restaurants meet the requirement* of even the most critical. ' I Within walking distance (three blocks) of all Pasxnger Terminals. Firemen Truck Water to Extinguish Fire in Hayloft of Bam The hayloft of a barn at 1915 Carolina avenue northeast burned about 7:50 o'clock Tuesday morning. Firemen trucked water from the Twelfth street hydrant to the fire. The bam was a story and a half structure and the fire was held to the upper half story. The barn la owned by Harmon J. Fromhold. Jennie C. Lawrence Services Are Held Funeral services for Jennie Cloves Lawrence, 48, who died at a local hospital Saturday following an illness, were held at the Patterson funeral home Monday afternoon, with the Rev. H. C. Brunemeier in charge. Burial was at Memorial Park cemetery. Pallbearers were Gus Letber, Earl Phillips, Harry and Richard McCauley, Frank Shaffer and Staaly Anderberg. Two Arrested for Illegal Possession Mrs. Eva Pencino, Midland Heights, was fined ?100 and costs Tuesday morning by Police Judge Morris Laird on a charge of illegal possession of liquor. She was arrested Tuesday morning. Flo Thompson Clear Lake, waived to the grand jury on a charge of illegal possession of alcohol. She was arrested Monday and is being held In the county jail. President's Button Is Awarded to Players in Outing Whist Tourney CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 2?.--The president's button was awarded to high players at the Monday night session of the Summer Outing Whist club at the Lake Shore hotel. Judge F. M. Lemmon, St. Joseph and H. L. Parsons, Sioux City, were the high north and south pair while teams, E. C. Edmonds, Chicago, and O. A. Olson, Minneapolis, and R. K. Smith and McFarland Benham, Indianapolis, tied for the east and west honors. In the Monday morning session W. H. Speaker, Detroit, and F. R. Brownlee, Minneapolis, tied with H. L. Parsons, Sioux City, and George Morton, Chicago, for honors. In the afternoon session, Mrs. R. K. Smith, Minneapolis, and John Evans, Perry, were the high north and south pair, and O. A. Olson, Minneapolis, J. W. Folger, Indianapolis, tied with L. C. Gibson and Dahse for east and west honors. Playing on the Indianapolis trophy begins Wednesday. Home From Vacation. ST. ANSGAR--The Rev. A. O. Langehaugh family arrived home Flday from a three weeks' vacation trip spent at St. Croix Falls and other Wisconsin points. "Stomach Pains So Bad I Could Hardly Work" Says C. S. Gross: "After taking Dr. Emil's Ad!a Tablets the pains are gone and I eat anything." Try Adla treatment on our money back guarantee. Huxtable Drug Co. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 »?Fj ait0r LEE DEWIGG| NS, Circulation and Advertising Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 Courtesy Held for Lake Bride-Elect, Eleanor Mitchell CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 27--Mrs Bert Dusold and Mrs. Joan Chizek entertained at a miscellaneous shower Monday evening at the Dusold home, Tennessee avenue, Mason City, a* a courtesy for Miss Eleanor Mitchell who will become the bride of John Kennedy, New Hampton, Saturday morning at the St. Patrick's Catholic church of Clear Lake. Bridge was played during the evening, high score prize going to Miss Bee Lynch, Mason City, and the traveling prize to Miss Irene Fossey, Mason City. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. John Mitchell, New Orleans, and Mrs. Edward Kelly, Emmetsburg. The gifts were presented to the honoree in a parasol. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. » ·» * ALGONA MAN HOST FOR EMPLOYES AT DINNER M. C. Christiansen, manager of the Algona creamery, entertained employes and their families at dinner at the Lake Shore hotel Sunday noon. Covers were laid for 27 guests. FAREWELL PARTY HELD FOR MISS RUTH AUCKER A handkerchief shower and farewell picnic was held for Miss Ruth Aucker Monday afternoon at the tourist park. Miss Aucker will move with her family to Mason City this week. The girls hiked out to State park after the dinner. Included in the group were Ruth Aucker, Maxine Axelson, Virginia Beckner, Wanda Carr, Mary Hughes Evelyn Beiber, Tina Mae Jorgen, Mary Hill, Anna MiUer and Betty Jean Patterson. · « » RE-ELECT MRS. NUTTY W. O. T. U. PRESIDENT Election- of officers at the W. C. T. U. meeting Monday afternoon at the Mrs. Sam Kennedy home resulted in the following officers: Mrs. M. L. Nutty, president; Mrs. C. C. Bowers, vice president; Mrs. R. D. Bobbins, secretary; Mrs. P. J. Pederson, treasurer. A crowd of 20 women attended the meeting in which Mrs C. C. Bowers led the devotions. Plans were made for a number of the members to attend the county convention at Plymouth today. Mrs. Ole Swanson closed the session with a prayer. Mrs. J. C Davenport, Mrs. Amy Walters and Mrs. R. D. Robbing served refreshments. DUBUQUE MAN IS HEAD OF GROUP Gamma Kappa Delta Unit Closes Four Day Camp at Lake. CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 27.--TJr* third annual conference of the Gamma Kappa Delta, a national or- ganisation for young people in the Episcopal church, closed a five day session at the Bishop Morrison lodge today. There were SS representative student organization leaders from Oskaloosa, Des Moines, Dubuque, Iowa City, Iowa Falls, Cresco, Mason City, Harlan and Council Bluffa in attendance, in addition to the camp leaders. Don Corman, Dubuque, was elected president to serve during the ensuing year. Other officers elected at this time were Louis Pluckett, Iowa City, first vice president; Ray Paulson, Oskaloosa, second vice president; Margaret Chi tendon, Iowa City, treasurer; Mary Chambers, Des Moines, secretary; Duncan Robinson, Oskaloosa, sargeant-at- arm; and the Rev. A. H. _Head, Oskaloosa, dioceaian advisor. The camp staff included: The Rev. Mr. Head, camp director; the Rev. Gordon Brandt, pastor of All Saints Parish church, Minneapolis conference leaders; Mrs. A. H! Head, Oskaloosa, and Miss Inch, Des Moines, housemothers; the Rev. R. E. McEvoy, Iowa City, registrar; the Rev. T. Eastburn, Harlan, chaplain and Ray Warrlck, Oskaloosa athletic director. Conferences were held each morning and the afternoon was devoted to sports, swimming, ball tennis and boating. A camp fire was held each evening after which a free hour was given to the young people. Clear Lake Briefs Barbecued Ribs, Rltz Hotel, Bay- aide. Ph. 37FS, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Heinrfeh and family plan to leave Tuesday night for a few days' visit with their parents at Wellsburg and Parkersburg. Betty Baxley woolen dresses at ?4.95. The Nichols Shop. Mrs. Theodore Kastedt and daugh- Clear Lake Calender SPECIAL Beautiful 8x10 Block and White PHOTOGRAPH Several Proofs to Select From. RUSSELL STUDIO Mason City Phone 2272 Wednesday--Women's Foreign Missionary society at M. E. church, 2:30, mite box opening. Stafford post of American Legion at Legion hall, 8. Zion circle of Zion Lutheran church at Mrs. Grover Arends home, 2. Royal club at Mrs. Casperson'a home, Mrs. J. B. Buttleman and Mrs. Arnold Rasmussen, hostesses. "' Lions club at Legion hall. Farm Bureau picnic at State park. Dance at Surf ballroom, Art Kassell and his "Kassels in the Air," playing. Thursday--Rotary club at Lake Shore hotel, 12:15. Dance at Surf ''ballroom, Jack Hampton and bis Detroiters playing. Friday--Old-time dance at Surf ballroom, Art's NIghthawks playing. Farmers' Union picnic in city park. Saturday--Dance at Clear Lake Country club. Dance at Surf ballroom, Al Menke playing. Youths, Butler and Jones, Swim Lake in One Hour 27 Minutes CLEAR LA KH; Aug , J«,_ WU . liam Butler, 16, of Mason City and Bobby Jones, 15, Des Moines, both summer residents of Clear Lake swam across Clear Lake Sunday afternoon in one hour and 27 minutes They went from the White Pter to Bayside. Jones who has been here all summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones. South Second street, gave a diving exhibition at the dedication of the new municipal pool at Forest City. At the second annual North Iowa open swimming meet held recently at Iowa Falls, he won the three meter board diving contest for boys and second place in the 40 yard breast stroke and the 40 yard back stroke. Return From Duluth. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lake, Ames, arrived Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Evana and family who returned Sunday from a week's fishing trip near Duluth. Visitor From Minneapolis. BURT -- Maude Schenck, Minneapolis, spent the week-end at the L. H. Schenck home. Her mother, Mrs. Sadie Schenck, who has been here a number of weeks, will return home with her. SAM RAIZES' 22nd ANNIVERSARY SALE Starts Thursday, 9 a.m. $100 in FREE MERCHANDISE Given as Long o* it Lasts With Purchase of $1 or more! See Our 2-Page Ad In Wednesday's Globe-Gazette Thousands of Bargains for Every Member of the Family ter, Margaret Helen, returned to their home at Chicago this weekend after a two weeks' visit with her parents, Mrs. Anna Thomas, South Fourth street, and sister-in- law, Mrs. G. Hilljegerdes, South Third steet. Rollins rlnglesft sheer hose 79c pr. The Nichols Shop. Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell and children, New Orleans, returned Monday to Clear Lake after a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kelly, Emmetsburg-. Mrs. Kelly is a sister of Mr. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Austin, north shore, accompanied by their niece Juanita Austin, and nephew, Stratton Shannon, have returned from a trip to th e Black Hills and Yellowstone National park. Mrs. E. Schlllen and son and daughter, returned to their home at Chicago after a week's visit with Mrs. Schillen's sister, Mrs. J W Anderson, South North street. Mrs B. Ofenloch, Chicago, another Mster of Mrs. Anderson, remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones and children, Des Moines, who have spirit the summer at Dr. A. S. Dice's cottage, 212 South Second street, plan to return home Sept. 2. Mrs. Dean Heltman and son, Herald, Waukon, are visiting several daya in Clear Lake at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGowan and Mrs. Lena McMulIen. Miss Jean Selsseger, North Elm street, is spending several days in Eagle Grove with her cousins. Mrs. Arnold Moeller resumed her work at Attorney E. R. Boyle's office Monday after a week's vacation, a part of which was spent at Tlpton with her parents-1n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Moeller. Miss Minnie Hallett, Los Angles, and Miss Lucille Nima, Des Moines who have been spending the past week at the Outing- club, returned to Des Moines Mnotlay. Miss Hallctt | is a cousin of Bert Jones, South I f Second street. I [ Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Parks, south shore, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Knutson in Elkader, over the week-end. Miss Charlotte Ames In attending the national women's golf tournament at Minneapolis this week Mr and Mrs. Norman T-arson, South Winnie street, spent the week-end at Story city with their son, who has be«n working there this summer and accompanied them back to the lake. He will enter Iowa State college at Ames this ran a.-» a, sophomore. Mrs. Alice Meyers and daughter, Marian, have returned from a trip west in which they covered 6,000 miles. Enroute they visited at Mis- souli, Mont., with Mrs. Meyers' r ^ H r ' . u y l e Watt8 ' and f r o m t h e r e visited the Glacier National park They spent seven weeks in Washington with Mrs. Kate Pence an aunt of M rs . Meyers, at Yakama, and with Mrs. C. R. O'Neill, a sister of Mrs. Meyers, Mt. Vernon, Wash., during which time they scaled Mt Baker »"« took sightseeing trips into Canada. They returned by the way of Oregon and California making the trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles by boat. They "also attended the San Diego exposition. Mrs. Harry Freeman »nd sons returned from a few days' visit In Minneapolis with relatives. Mrs. Kate GUr.ler is spending several weeks in Barney, N. Dak., looking after farm interests. Mr. and Mrs. George Sheridan and daughter, Margaret, and Lael Root spent Sunday at Dubuque. They were guests ot Gerald Sheridan, nephew of Mr. Sheridan, and his family. Mrs. Sheridan also met two of her brothers there and spent the day with them. Clarence Larson and son, Robert, Minneapolis, are visiting at the home of Mr. Larson's parents Mr and Mrs. H. Larson, South Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Erlckson, Clara street, are parents of a son, bom at their home. Mr. Erickson is a rural mall carrier. John Chltek purchased the Chris Axelson house at 408 North Fifth street Monday, He plans to remodel and redecorate it for renting. Miss Motile McGowan, accompanied by Mrs. L. S. Dorchester, returned Monday from a 10 days' vacation spent at Port Arthur, Canada, and the shores of Lake Superior. Mrs. John Pan! has taken an apartment at the home of Mrs. Bernice O'Neill, East Main street Mrs. R. Ennen of Lakota, 111 Several Weeks, Dies LAKOTA, Aug. 27.--Mrs. R. Ennen, who had been seriously Ul the past several weeks, died early Monday morning. She leaves her husband, three sons and five daughters. People are funny. They feel cheated when they can't afford the things that would shorten their Jves.--Cedar Rapids Garotte. DISTRICT COURT SEPTEMBER TERM JURORS CALLED Sixty Summoned for Trial Duty Tuesday, Sept. 9. Petit jurors for the September term of district court in Cerro Gordo county will be selected as needed from the 60 persons listed below who have been summoned for trial duty by Sheriff J. M Robertson. The new jury panel Is under order to report at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning, Sept. 9, to Judge T A Beardmore who is to preside at the September term of court Tuesday, Sept. 3, will be the first day of the term, but the jurors are not asked to report until the following week. The jurors are: Ev» Andenon, Rockwell, Herman W. Anderaon, sj Twenty-fourth itreet aoulhweat. H. 0. Boyi, 21« Kirk apartment 3lr». Kaicl Barker, 333 south JMICIOB. Mln» Bramwn. Thornton. Ruth Brown, JIB Ninth itreet northweat Henry Bu»»m«n, Rockwell. 3?1 A ^ Barbour, »33 North Van BMren. Clark Bowlln. clear Lake. RFD A. W. Booth, 115 Sixth atreet aouthwent F. K. Benner, Ventura. Re§ln« Cajey, S07 South Penn.ylvanla noft'h7aat. Wl WU1 "' 1M TM rt ««"«» ·"*« Lortn conklln, Clear take. Chrti Careten. Plymouth. , B. o. Chrlalance, Thornton. Maude Choate, Clear L*ke. H. Chamber.. n« second etreet aouth- Almm Freeman, clear Lake. Earl Ooodnow, us sixth itreet northeait Jexne Ooodwin, m« North Vlrclnla i,,i' Q °* 1 ' 1 ia8 · N l n t h »'"« l northwMt. Mllrtrerf Ooerner. S28 E»at state »lreel. Kalhryn Grauidire, RFD. Clear Lake Joseph H. Hamilton, Hanford hotel R. P. Haruen, gja South Vermont ITS PURITY IS YOUR SAFETY Mtrl« C. Hill, Clear L*ke, RKD. Alfred InKebrelien. Thornton. W. W. Jessup, «« Twelfth «treei north- R. C. Kriener, RJ-D, Mason City Agne« Kdrt. Dougherty. Krank R. Kelley, -cos Twenty-n/th .tree! icmthwent. Leonard Keliey, Dou»h"rty. northeast *" L ** D1(U1 7W ^""nlh itreet G*or^o N. Lon». Cl«*r Lake. R. A. Ijiu, Ventura. jr. A. Moser. 1625 North WMhlnglrjn. i( W. J - Murphy, 12 Eleventh «tre«l north- Dorla E. M u r k l t y , 121 South Connecticut Jimee Nov»k. Mtion City. RKD """'y Nt«bert»ll, 30f) South 1-oulBUn* John PurvUince, Clear I.sUe, RFD Mrp. 8. B. I'edtltjr. M«»cm City. nFD. Margaret Peteri. Sli Ninth elreet norlh- H«rm J. Pahlji. Thornton. . . Harold S. Palmer. 3i: South Kentucky ..... Clarence RIstau, Ventura. P. B. Raymond, S21 Firth ctrcel south- 8i * Firit L. W. Sherman. Clour Lake. 8u»l» 8etr». Clear Lake. Mart. senior, 313 Eighth .tre.t northweit. C. M. 8aK«. Mason City. RPO. rn ^L^lS!" 0 "' M ' W " t EUctbeth Thomu, Rockwell. Frank Underkofler, clear Lake Norlh . Ralph Welitner. Rockford, Arrives Fro m Oklahoma. OTRANTO-Alvin Bewick arrived SEVBlr Sunday from Stillwater, Okla., for a short vacation before resuming hi* duties at the state college. NEVER AGAIN wiH I be utisned with the old "paper layer", type of aanitary napkin. The new Modess U to much softer, fluffier . .. more comfortable. And it'a safer, too. It has longer tabs that can't pull loose from the pins. It can't strike through. That's why it's called "Certain-Safe." Youth! -.. IN THE LARGER HEADSIZES ^ to We show you Just as smart a hat no matter how large the headsize you need. Take your choice from felt or velvet brims, off-the-face, halos or beret types that are so popular this fall and In a color to match your coatume. BLACK OXBLOOD COLORS BROWN VIOLET NAVY GREEN COOKING CANNING SCHOOL P A D If r r+ i\ iv THEATER TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY "PEOPLE WILL TALK" Charlie Ruggle* - Mary Boland Adult* l i e Children 10c LMrn how to cook a ·whole meal in l / 3 the time ordinarily needed--and on y 3 the fuel! Learn how to cook and can meat, fish, etc., safely -- the only method approved by the U. S. Bureau of Agriculture! Learn how to keep cooking odors from .spreading through the house! Learn how to preserve all the health-giving, essential vitamins i n y o u r foods! Learn how to cook a complete pot roast dinner in 25 minutes, a chicken dinner in 30 minutes, a boiled dinner in 50 minutes. Learn how cheaper cuts of meat can be made tender and juicy, palatable! Learn these and m a n y other interesting culinary facts! The following national and local firms are cooperating: rtlMMiry Klo«r Company K. I.. A l d r HJ»l«y Iff Creurn Company Mlmlcm Orange Jnlrr Comjmny K*rr nlaim fur Compmny nr.rn.rr PmeUnt om|i»n r Kcmhle Kkirlut Mtnry Knilt Wednesday, August 28, at 2 P. M. Thursday, August 29, at 1:30 P. M. Friday, August 30, at 1:30 P. M. Remember These Dates! Be Sure To Attend! P M f f nalclnr Comp.nx filial* ««iity Shop Tbrnfrr low» Tern, New Recipes! New Menus! New Economies! Bring your notebook! Bring your pencil! Come prepared to get some of the best recipes you've ever heard of--to see some of the most interesting methods of cooking and canning ever demonstrated! Learn how much of your cooking and canning can be done in % less time and on J/s the fuel ordinarily used! Attendance Prizes--Refreshments Served MONTGOMERY 102-4-6 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. TELEPHONE 57

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