The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 9, 1934 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
March 9, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Friday, March 9, 1934
Page:
Page 7
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 7 article text (OCR)

MARCH 9 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Recess Hearings on , Stock Rules; Bill to Be Ready on Monday WASHINGTON, March 9. UP)-- ·/The senate banking committee today recessed its hearings on stock market regulation until Monday with word that a new draft of the IFletcher-Rayburn bill would be ready at that time. Ferdinand Pecora, committee 'counsel, who is drafting the bill for 'Chainnan Fletcher, said "it will be found to meet objections and criticism that have been voiced." . While Pecora would not disclose · details of the new bill it was learned vital changes regarding ·marginal requirements and broker activities have been tentatively .adopted. Arneson, Joice, Seeks Nomination as Worth County Representative NORTHWOOD, March 9.--Three candidates filed for places on the ·primary tickets here Thursday, two .as democrats and one as republican. .Ernest G. Arneson of Joice seeks the 'democratic nomination as state representative and Albin J. Levorson oi Bristol township, asks the nomination as supervisor for the second district. A. T. Grosland, Brookfielo township fanner, is asking the ^nomination as supervisor for the second district on the republican .ticket. On "Wednesday G. W. Troth of Northwood, filed as a candidate for sheriff on the republican ticket; Clarence G. Slattum of Bristol township, filed as a democratic candidate for supervisor of the second district; and Arthur I. Molsberry of Union township, filed as democratic candidate for sheriff. Including those previously filed the total list, of candidates has now reached 16. Camera's Manager Gets Term in Jail NEW YORK, March 8. LT1--Wil- liam J. Duffy, American manage! of Primo Camera, was sentenced to the federal house of detention for four months today, for failure to file an income tax return for 1930. Fujita Sadusake was one of the leading Japanese mathematicians of the eighteenth century. O P E N I N G ! LARSON'S PLACE New Location--North Shore CLEAR LAKE . SUNDAY, MAR. 11 Our Special CHICKEN SANDWICHES and Home-Made ICE CREAM AND CAKE MAKE RESERVATIONS FOB PRIVATE PARTIES ····^·^·.^^··········'··'''^^^^^^^·^^···^^^ TMTM__TM"_ i-ij-.... i ' -|-- ·^^·······^^·^^·······^·^ * i "~· ~".*_._.___-,·_. _... Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor Residence Phone 310-W ^ OFFICE PHONE NO. 239 LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 CAGERS HOLD H, S, TOURNEY Girls Join Boys in Free Throw Contest; Frosh Play at Mason City. CLEAR LAKE, March 9.--High school boys are playing in an intramural elimination tournament at the Community building, which will determine the strongest team. About 65 boys and 30 girls are also participating in the free throw contest which began Thursday night. Each is given 25 trials and those qualifying enter the next round. The Junior high school cagers have a heavy schedule for this weekend making their first appearance in tournament play at Forest City at t o'clock Friday afternoon. The Freshman team will clash with Roosevelt junior high at Mason City at 7:30 Friday night. Minneapolis Man Buys Whitney Pastry Shop CLEAR LAKE, March 9.--Mr, and Mrs. Bush of Minneapolis have purchased the Whitney's Pastry shop, owned and operated for the past 19 years by Mrs. A. H. Whitney. Mr."Bush plans to arrive Monday and will take possession March 15. Widger Is Honored at Birthday Celebration CLEAR LAKE, March 9.--A party was held at the A. R. Widger home, Carolyn street, Wednesday night in honor of Mr. Widger's birthday. About 25 guests were entertained at court whist during the evening. Mrs. F. R. Barlow received the prize for high score and Mrs. Sam Farrow for consolation. D.B.L. Club Luncheon Held at Jensen Home CLEAR LAKE, March 9.--Mrs. I. C. Jensen and Mrs. Harold S. Hushaw were co-hostessss to tht D. B. L. club at luncheon at tht Jensen home on East Main street "LADY KILLER" AT PARK CLEAR LAKE, March 9.--Jimmy Cagney and Mae Clark, who achieved fame via the grapefruit route in "Public Enemy," return to the screen In "Lady Killer," which plays at the Park theater Saturday and Sunday. It Is the story of a rise of a small-time movie usher to the heights of Hollywood. Margaret Lindsay also plays a prominent role In this picture. R,N. OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY Charter Members Honored by Local Camp on Birthday. CLEAR LAKE, March 9:--The Royal Neighors held a surprise for their charter members in celebration of the thirty-ninth anniversary of the Royal Neighbors of America Thursday night at the I. O. O. F. ball. Initiation services were held for Mrs. Alice Phillips and Mrs. George Perkins. The marshal escorted the charter m-ambers and Mrs. Addie Stanfield, organizer of the local camp to the oracle station while Mrs. C. A- Luick, oracle read an original piece of poetry f °r each. Each was presented a rose. Mrs. Grace Hudson sang "The Garden of Old Fashioned Roses," while Mrs. Ruth Fankell accompanied. ^ _ Mrs. Iva Petersen, captain, read TmTrsday l ''The"afternoon"was spent the message from the supreme or- in playing cards,-Mrs. Forde Lee, re- acle in_ obseryation^of _U»., anmver- ceiving the prize for high score. Mrs. C. S. Thompson of Mason City -.vas the only guest. PARK T H E A T E R CLEAR LAKE FRIDAY lOc "MIDSHIPMAN JACK" Saturday-Sunday James Cagney, Mae Clark "LADY KILLER" sary of the organization. The local camp was organized in 1915. Charter members include Mrs. Cora Hill, Mrs. Mary Petersen, Mrs. Rose French, Mrs. OHne Comstock, Mrs. Nita Paul and Mrs. Margaret Johannessen. Following the camp meeting the honorees were escorted to the dining room where they were seated at a reserved, table which was adorned with s. huge birthday cake in the purple and white colors. Each hon- ZI4- SO. FEDERAL PHONE 916 NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST MARKET PURE LARD, Ib. 7»/zC, 4 Ibs. 19c HAMBURGER and SAUSAGE HOME MADE LIVER SAUSAGE FRESH PORK HOCKS NECK BONES and PIG FEET BACON SQUARES, Sugar Cured, BABY BEEF ROAST NUT OLEO 2 Ibs.' BEEF STEW Sauer- Kraut 2 Ibs. BACON Sliced 5-lb. Box PORK STEAK Lean BABY BEEF STEAK lOc COFFEE Buehler Star Crackers \ ?OIA ami GRAHAM 2-lb.Box' Matches 6 Boxes' WE SELL EXACTLY AS ADVERTISED ored guest gave a short talk. The Modern Woodmen joined the Royal Neigbors in the social hour. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Dance Clear Lake Country Club. Sat, Sun., March 10, 11. Each 40c. Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Miner have returned from a wedding trip which took them through Kansas, Oklahoma down to New Orleans. They have settled on a farm near Northwood. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stevens have purchased the E. C. Gardner house on South Winnie street. They plan to take possession April 1. Miss Kuth Bycrs has been selected for a role in the play "Girls in Uniform," which will-be presented at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. She and 42 other freshmen were selected from 1,000 freshmen students at the university. Mrs. B. F. Bliss and daughter, Mary Bernadine, who have been visiting at Mra. Bliss' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson home for the past six weeks left for their home at West Bend Friday. Mrs. Johnson accompanied them as far as Wesley where Mr. Bliss met them. Mrs. Bliss underwent an operation for mastoid at Mason City during her stay here. The Rev. S. M. Stenby, plans to leave this week-end for Grinnell to conduct church services. C. F. Crane, accompanied by the Rev. W. B. Milne, made a business trip to Algona Friday. William McGuiness of Sumner Is spending this week with his sister, Mrs. Henry Marshall and family. Mrs. J. 3. Brahcny left Tuesday night for a few day's visit with her father, Dennis Carroll at Appleton, Wis. F. L. Colgan Is ill at his apartment in the Rasmussen building. The fire department was called to the Bird Drug store Friday morning by the hazard of burning papers which were blowing about the alley near the building. Water was used to wet down this area and put out the fire. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meyer and daughters, Helen, Lois and Jerry Needham of Mason City and Dale Johnson of Rudd were among the guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Hansen golden wedding celebration Wednesday night. LAKE TO POLL FOR DIRECTOR Kennedy and Walker Only Candidates for School Election. CLEAR LAKE, March 9.--The annul election of the school directors of Clear Lake Independent district will be held at the rest room of the city hall Monday. Polls will open at 12 o'clock noon and will close at 7 o'clock in the evening 1 . Very little interest is being shown in this election, there being no new candidates for either of the offices vacant. Sam Kennedy, Jr., is the candidate for re-election as director and F. P. Walker candidate for reelection as treasurer. R. C. Ingersol will act as clerk and Peter Anderson and Ray Robbins as judges of election. Lake Declam Speakers Win Two Trophies in Final County Contest CLEAR LAKE, March 9.--Clear Lake high school won two declamatory trophies in the Cerro Gordo county contest at Thornton Thursday night. Virginia Yelland of Clear Lake who placed first in oratorical section with "Bolshevism or Vaccinate," "made a permanent bid for the trophy for the local high school and Miss Dorothy Dolley placing first in the humorous division with "In a Bargain Basement," won the cup for the locals. Jerome Wilkinson of Rock Falls placed first in the dramatic group with "Abe Barrow's Trial," receiving a cup for this distinction. Another set of local contestants will speak in the subdiatrict contest at Nora Springs Wednesday, March Clear Lake has three first place winners to enter this contest. All local contestants have been coached by Miss Myrtle Oulman of the high school. Larson's Place Will Open in New Location CLEAR LAKE, March 9.--Larson's Place on the north shore will be open for business Sunday ai their new location. They will specialize on their chicken sandwiches and home made ice cream. The place has been moved across the street and remodelled. Living quarters for the Anton Larson family have been finished on the first story on the lake side. The dining room which will accommodate about 30 persons has been redecorated In ivory and green. Special attention will be given to private card parties. Clear Lake Churches ZION LUTHERAN Confirmation class Saturday at 9 Sunday school at 9:45 with classes for all ages. Morning worship at 11, sermon theme for fourth Sunday in Lent, "Moments of Decision." John 6:52-65. Music by the vested junior and senior choirs. L. D. K. Monday night at home of Mrs. Lee Bricksou, Jefferson street. Teachers training class Wednesday at 7:30 at home of John Moran.-H. O. TJrhess, pastor. METHODIST East State street. Pastor's instruction classes Saturday. Pre- nigh school group at 10, high school group at 11, Sunday church school at 9:45. Morning worship at 11, subject, "James, the Man of Silence." Junior league at 2:30. Inter mediate league at 6:30. Senior Epworth league goes to Mason City as guest of the First M. E. church at 7:30. Public worship at 7:30.-B. W. Riner pastor. CONGREGATIONAL North Fourth street. Sunday school at 10. Morning worship at 11, subject, "God and Religion." Anthem, "Enthroned on High" by choir. Congo club at 6:30.--W. B Milne, pastor. BETHLEHEBI LUTHERAN Sunday school at 10. Mission society in charge of services at 11 o'clock. Prayer meeting Thursday evening.--S. M. Stenby, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST I. 0. 0. F. hall. Bible school at 10, followed by communion.--Frank Long, S. S, Supt. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Mass at 10. Confessions Saturday 4 to 5. CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street. Sunday schoo at 10. Morning services at 11, topic, "Man." Wednesday services at 8 o'clock. GOSPEL TABERNACLE .Sunday school at 10. Preaching Dr. M. Forwalter of Van Wert, Ohio, has a living turtle with two heads and six legs which was found on the bank of a Texas stream. services at 11. Young people's meet' ing at 6:30. Preaching service at 6:30. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:30.--Mrs. H. M Dunsmore and James Miller, pastors. Clear Lake Calendar Saturday--Dance at Clear Lake Country club. Dale Larson playing. Monday--School election at rest room, polls open at noon. Christian Workers supper at city hall, 6. Tuesday--Tina Rebekah lodge meets at I. O. O. F. hall. Dale Larson and Band Play at Country Club CLEAR LAKE, March 9.--Dale Larson, the "Prince of Personality,' will play for the Saturday and Sun- day night dances at the Clear Lake Country club this week-end. This group of 12 artists played here tht first week in February an d was well liked. Rites for Mrs. Void, 52, Are Conducted in Church at Northwood NORTHWOOD, March 9.--Funeral services for Mrs. Ingeborg Hagen Void, 52, of Waterloo but ."ormerly a Northwood resident, were held at the Norwegian Lutheran church here Thursday afternoon with burial in a local cemetery. The Rev. J. W. Ylvisaker conducted the rites. Mrs. Void died at a Waterloo hospital Monday of heart disease alter an illness of several weeks. She is survived by two sons, Arndt Void of Chicago, and Stanley Void of Northwood, who were with her at her death. One son, Benhard Void, preceded her in death. Her aged mother, two sisters and three brothers are living, one brother, Anton Hagen being a resident of Mason City. She was a native of Norway where she was born on May 7, 1881. She came to America with her parents in 1883 as a child of two and wa.1 confirmed in the Deer Creek Lutheran church near Nortbwood by the Rev. O. Olson of St. Ansgar. She was married in 1901 to S. O. Void, present county recorder of Worth county, ,but they were divorced in recent years. Doctor Makes Rheumatics Happy Qmiek Actinc PfMeripUon Eublw Suforan to Co B«ck la Work Rheumctle sufferer* ire cerUmlr go!nff wild «ilh iol «t Ul« dlicotiry of Nurito. Now thtr (i«te found i remedr »«l ltop« lh« i»oniim« pmin of rhtumitum. KI- tticft, lumbago, neuralgia or neuritis. Ana to make It more anptutie, If it down t drlr* away the wont pain with two or thrte dole* your mane? will to refunded. A Fuuoul Spcclalltt w» finally induced to put m hip {·raout prescription al a great public benefit. It worta liki a th«rm, fait and powerful, but harmleM eren to children, no opiates or other narcotics. Br all mean* make a trial of this remarkable prescription) that stops pain, making sufferers grateful and free, trj Nurito today. At all druggists. NURITO for NEURITIS Pain PHONE 888 BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE Our Baby Foco Coal wins by comparison. Buy your coal on our money-back irita-nnt-e It's easy to fire with BABY POCO. FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY 1011 SOUTH FEDERAL Totally Disabled For Past 3 Years Mr. Berry Finds Gly-Cas the Medicine He Should Have Had Years Before; Rheumatism, Kidney Troubles Conquered--Now Feels Fine. There seems to be no end to the praise for Gly-Cas throughout Mason City and vicinity. Hundreds of former sufferers of this community are now enjoying good and glorious SIB. C. M. BERRY health and do not hesitate to give the new Gly-Cas full credit for their complete recovery. Read what Mr. C. M. Berry, 1524 N. Jefferson Ave., Mason City, well known and respected local gentleman who has lived here the past 25 years, said recently in a statement reaching Michael Drug Co., 5 So. Federal Ave.: ' "I wonder if all sufferers here In Mason City realize how fortunate they are in being able to get a medicine like Gly-Cas," he said. "Rheumatism had caused me such misery for the past 20 years, was badly constipated too and had awful kidney and bladder disorder. I had been totally disabled the past three years and had been unable to even go down town for weeks. Those pains over my body were almost unbearable at times, my kidneys caused me to get up many times at night and a good night's sleep was impossible. I tried everything, even went to a sanitarium but got no better until I finally began Gly-Cas. But now I can truthfully say I am feeling fine, improved in every way. I have just finished my second box of this new remedy and came down town myself for more. Freed of those rheumatic pains, bowels regulated, appetite restored, sleep fine. Friends even remark as to how much better I am and they have noticed the wonderful improvement in my condition. Gly-Cas was a medicine that was able to do what all others failed to accomplish -- in giving me my health. If anyone wishes a personal confirmation call at my home or phone No. 2978-J." Gly-Cas is sold by the Michael Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. Federal Fruit Vegetable Market WE DELIVER Across From Hotel Hanford PHONE 42 y M ^.,_ Carload Potatoes(U.S.No.i)on SaleSaturday 100 Ib. Sack $1.75 -- Peck28c FLORIDA ORANGES, Sweet and Juicy, 10 Ibs.. 39c ASi'AKAGUS, Extra fancy, '/! -wound bunch lOc GRAPEFRUIT, Sweet, Seedless, fi for 25c CELERY, Extra Laree Stalk lOc FRWSH SWNACH, oound 5c LEMONS, dozen . . . . Z9c FRESH CALIFORNIA CARROTS AND GREEN ONIONS, bunch 5c BANANAS, Good Quality. 5 Ibs 25c SUGAR, 10 nounds 46c BUl'TER, Fresh Creamery. Ib. . . . 27c BEER, Case, "4 Bnt.f.les . . . iil.75 FRESH VEGETABLES BROCOLLI, PEAS, ENDIVES, RADISHES, CAULIFLOWER, GREEN PEPPERS, CUCUMBERS Ga«!EN AND WAX 1WANS. TOMATOES. STRAWBERRIES. ETC. FOR PARENTS ONLY! T HE Bureau of Home Economics of the United States Department of Agriculture labors in behalf of the betterment of the human racg. Study, experiment and observation, by scientists connected with this body, to create a perfect diet for the growing child, disclose the paramount importance of bread made with milk as a regular feature in the daily menu. It contains calories for energy, proteins for muscle and sinew and calcium for bones and teeth. Bread occupies an important place in the diet of the normal individual, and properly baked bread, made with milk and butter, is a wholesome, nutritious and inexpensive food. JVhen Buying Your Bread Say * . .D lAMDND ALL-BUTTER

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page