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FEBRUARY 25 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CLEAR LAKE WILL HAVE SPECIAL DOLLAR DAY PROGRAM Merchants CoOperate With Commercial Club in Staging Free Show and Lunch at Dollar Day Activities on Friday Minstrel Attraction to Be* Feature of Performance During Evening. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 25.--The Commercial club in conjunction with thfe merchants of the city is planning a community sales day Friday where the dollar is king for a-day. This is the first of its type to be held here.. In connection with the bargains at each, of the local stores, a number of'activities during the afternoon and eyening w i l l b e a source of in- t e r e s t t o shoppers. A big community sale is scheduled at 11 o'clock on S o u t h Fourth street near the Clear Lake Implement, company. Anybody having anything to sell will be given this opportunity to do so, the Commercial club keeping a percentage of the sale price to cover the expenses of the auctioneer. A free lunch will be served at noon. Requirement Is Stated. A large amount of sale goods has already been left at the Clear Lake Implement company. Livestock, farm implements, furniture and miscellaneous articles will be included in the auction. All of the goods should be on hand by 10 o'clock Friday morning, R. S. Esslinger stated. The merchants have promoted the showing of a Paramount vitaphono picture at the Park theater Friday afternoon. A continuous show will be run from 1 to G o'clock without charge. The highlights of the day's program are the presentation of minstrel show and prize winning Farm Bureau play, ''The Valiant," at the Community building. The scene of the minstrel show is laid in a modern barber shop with Ed Boyle, interlocutor, as the proprietor of the shop. Give Clog Dances. ' The six end men are made up "of ; "barbers, shine boys and employes of ! the shop--Clark Branson, O. J King, Wayne Wolford, Verne Jen- I sen, R. E. McFarlane and Floyc Kesbit. Those in the chorus act as U customers of the shop. A number R of clever song and .dance hits will be seen by the group. ' : \ . -"Aj gÂ£oup'' of teachers : have -been 1 drs/fted" into the production, including David" McCulley, Mrs. Homer Briar, Miss Norma Olson and MlsF Genevieve Milburn. . Others arc Feme Hanson, Forde Lee, J. C Mavvhinney and L. L. Bless. Miss Feme Reiny will act as pianist Frank Jamison and Brude Kennedy are in charge of the properties and the stage. A quartet composed of Verne Jen sen, Wayne Wolford,' O. J. King anc R. E. McFarlane will sing severa | numbers. This begins at 8:15 o'clock at the Community building. 31ear Lake is Wednesday March 4. Vt this time Belmond and Klemnie nd Clear Lake will participate, the ocal club producing "Not Quite uch a Goose." This is the first howing of this drama at Clear iake. These contests are sponsored to timulate interest in one act plays n high schools, Miss Myrtle Oulman, dramatic coach, stated. Â» Ci CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Thursday--Rotary club meets at tin I. O. O. F. hall at noon. Dance at the Clear Lake Country club, Lloyd Wells playing. Retail Merchants association meets. Friday--Production of ministre show and prize play "The Valiant as Community building associa tion benefit. Star club meets at the home o Mrs. Guy Dodd at 2 o'clock. Clear Lake vs. Buffalo Cente high school basketball at Buffal Center. Have Instruction School. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 25.--E. H Burnett was to conduct school fo the Royal Arch Masons Wednesda night after the regular 6:30 dlnne at the Masonic temple. How about getting one of tho_ 12 persona who understand the Ein stein theory to untertake an explan alion of the Wickersham report?-- Lynchhurg News. ,akers to Present "Not Quite Such a Goose" at Klemme CLEAR. LAKE, Feb. 25.--The rama players will journey to tlemme Thursday night for the resentation of their one act play n the annual triangular. The groups resented the play at Belmond sev- ral weeks ago. The date for the triangular at iomes of Presidents Discussed by D. A. R. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 25.--Mrs. J. r. Palmeter, local regent, enter- ained the members of the Daugh- ers of the American Revolution at Washington birthday dinner at he Clear Lake Country club Monay evening. Following this the group ad- ourned to the home of Mrs. A. I ondrol where Miss Mollie McGown spoke on the birthplace of former residents which she visited this ummer. The homes of Thomas Jeferson, Andrew Jackson, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln vere among those discussed. She ilso spoke of the national home of he D. A. R. at Continental congress. Mrs. A. A. Joslyn gave the ro- nance and history of the patriotic outh. The program became more nformal with a story of the presidents given by Â· Mrs. Edith Naylor. The prize for this contest was won by Dr. Jane Wright. The group danced the minuet and were served refreshments. Table decorations at the dinner were carried out in red, white and blue. Small flags were given as favors while blue candles with white and red tulle were used on the table. : Clear Lake Briefs Don't forget the Big Shon Sale continues until Sat., Feb. 28. Buy now at a savings at The Family Store. Everett Bussa, Chicago, arrived Tuesday in Clear Lake to visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Leta Thomas, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bussa south of town. Iten's cookie and cracker demonstration Friday. Economy Grocery, Clear Lake. D. II. Culver left Tuesday night for New Cambria, Mo., where he will transact business. Dollar Day specials at the Iloyal Barber and Beauty Shop. 51.50 work for SI. Ph. 416 for appointments. F. C. DeBruyn and Nicholas DeWilde flew by airplane to Des Moines yesterday where they attended the auto show. With "Nick' DeWilde as pilot they made the trip one way in an hour and 15 minutes. i Beautiful new line of dresses, sizes 14 to -14, at $10 to 522.50. Peter Pan Shop. Theodore Kastcdt arrived from Chicago Tuesday for a visit at the home of his sisters, Mrs. Gerhard Hilljegerdes, South Third street, and Mrs. Joe Noe. Paul Smokstnd arrived Tuesday from Harlingen, Tex., where he has been spending the winter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. .0. Smokstad. t AL60NA DOWNS LIONS AT LAKE Cagers Lose Last Home Game as Visitors Get Big Lead Early. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 25.--Clear Lake Lions met defeat in their last home game Tuesday night at the hands of the Algona cagers. The opponents gained the lead early in the evening and held it thruout, the final count being 28 to 12. At half time a lead of 17 to 4 had been piled up by Algona. The locals, hampered by the loss of two staunch guards, Vcrnon and Hanna, played a good game in the last half. Vcr- non was ineligible and Hanna was ill. A preliminary game was staged between the Clear Lake reserves and the seniors, the reserves winning 25 to 7. Game summaries: ALGONA--28-- FO HargraveB 4 Moore 0 Barr 3 Samp , 2 Williams 0 Grosenbuch , .0 Perhaps Mussolini did not run over the child, but he has run over about every thing else in Italy and Blnck ................ 2 Cook ................. 0 (.'arsons CLEAU LAKE-- 12 11 FG Jensen ............... 2 Gnrlociv .............. 2 Anderson ............. 0 Lulclc ................ 0 FT PF 8 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (I 6 i FT IT 0 1 0 5 2 H Prihbenow, Callanan, Mentors an( G. Jensen substitutes. Danish Brotherhood Sponsors Benefit Dance CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 25.--The Danish Brotherhood is sponsoring a dance and basket social at the I. O. O. F. hall Saturday night for the benefit of a sick member. Especially Odd Fellows and Robekahs are invited. Music for dancing will be furnished by the Jorgenson orchestra, "lards will also be played by those not wishing to dance. The affair begins at 8:30 o'clock. State K. P. Head Is Speaker at Banquet CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 25.--The past chancellors of the Knights of Pylhias were dinner hosts to lodge members Tuesday evening. Frank S. Hite, grand chancellor of Marengo, was the honored g-uest. Mr. Hite gave a brief talk- to the members. The Rev. W. B. Milne, pastor of the Congregational church, also talked. The evening was spent'in playing cards. Bridge Repairing Starts. HAMPTON, Feb. 24.--Work of repairing the Squaw creek bridge on highway No. 65 which broke down in November, has been started and it is expected that the highway will be open to traffic in about two weeks. MRS, CARBERRY, OTRANTO, BURIED Woman Buried at Plymouth Is Survived by Husband and Mother. OTRANTO, Feb. 25.--Funeral services for Mrs. Herbert S. Carberry were held yesterday at the Otranto church in charge of the Rev. Otis Moore. Burial was in Oakwood cemetery at Plymouth. Rosie White Carberry was born Feb. 3, 1832 at Jefferson, Wis., and died at her home here Saturday. She was united in marriage to Herbert S. Carberry. Nov. 14, 1904, at Austin, Minn. To (.his union was born three sons, all dying in infancy. Besides her husband she leaves her mother, Mrs. Barbara White of Grafton, four sisters, Eliza While and Mrs. John Krugcr of Grafton, Mrs. Emma Veckerman of Plymouth and Mrs. H. E. Fesenden of Mitchell; three brothers. Wiliam and Frank White of. Grafton and Henry White of Northwood. [ames Hanna, Mayor of Des Moines Three Terms, Is Dead at 64 DES MOINES, Feb. 25. (.T)--Three .imes mayor of Des Moines and sponsor of the commission plan of Â·;ity government here, James R, ilanna, S4, is dead at his home here following 10 years of ill health. Hanna was at one time a professor it Highland Park college, now extinct, and resigned that position in 1910 to assume the mayorahip of Des Moines. Surviving are his widow, two children, Robert and Ruth, two brothers, F. \V. Hanna of Oakland. C'al,, and George W. Hanna of Valley City, N. Dak., and two sisters, Mrs. James F. Page of Des Moines and Mrs. George Davis of Lantrv S. Dak. A judge rules that a husband must divide his salary with his wife 50-50. Well, it's high time the poor . old husbands were gelling a break. I --Mncoii Telegraph. The first seed catalog came Saturday, and we are happy to say the prevailing lack of confidence has in some of Italy's neighbors.--Wa-1 not yet affected the dahlia artist.-- tertowii, S. Dak., Puhlic Opinion. I Detroit News. Lake Credit Bureau / : to Hear B. E. Manley -CLEAR - LAKE,- Feb. .25.'--The Clear'Lake Credit Bureau will hold a;dinner Thursday night at the Legion club rooms at which .Bernard E. Manley oÂ£ Manley brothers, Mason City, will talk before the group. ONE FREE With every dollar purchase of tickets on Dollar Day only. or Eleven quivrts Raw Milk for $1 Just Phone Kenyoftt's Dairy Products CLEAR LAKE, IOWA WATER SET--Pitcher and Six Glasses-1 Dozen Glasses-12-ft. Linoleum, at Â§1.00 per square yard-Framed Pictures-Flower Pots--Set of 3-Mixing Bowls--5 styles AND MANY OTHER REAL BARGAINS Williams Furniture Store :LKAR LAKH F O R D O L L A R D A Y THREE-TINE HAY FORK "OTSEGA" OB "KEEN KUTTER" SPECIAL SPECIAL ' McGowan Sheridan HARDWARE - CLEAR LAKK 5 PINTS PEANUT BUTTER '5 LARGE CANS PEACHES Other bargains in proportion. Our prices are never high. Come to Clear Lake Dollar Day Paulson's Grocery AND CREAM STATION While the Family Store is always headquarters for bargains; the bargains being offered for Friday of this week are very exceptional. "Everything for the Family" CLEAR LAKE Friday, Feb. 27 e e Â· 9 Three Reported Missing After Los Angeles Fire LOS ANGELES, Feb. 25. Three men were reported missing- in a spectacular fire which swept three floors oÂ£ the J. S. Newberry building in the business section this morning. Americanism: Treating prisoners worse than cattle are treated; thinking them hopelessly vicious because they don't love their keepers. --Davenport Times. Wednesday EDDIE QUILLAN, "Big Money" Thursday --Â· Friday GRETA GARBO, "Inspiration" PARK THEATER CLEAR LAKE 'SOUND AT ITS BEST PARK THEATER Thursday and Friday The One and Only Greta Garbo -Â·Â· J.N CLEAR LAKE, IOWA "INSPIRATION" With ROBERT MONTGOMERY and LEWIS STONE Coming' Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, March 8, 9, 10 Richard Dix in "CIMARRON" Ask us about our special on ticauty work for Dollar Duy. MILLINERY AND BKAUTY SHOP Choose From This Collection and Be Smart A collection of hats like this, and at this low price, is a real lind. Each CLIGAIl LAKE ONIY ONF I OAF I I K F IT' v/llLil v/nij Li \7f\I Li irk Ha 11; Pure, White, Fluffy, Wholesome BREAD Made the old fashioned way. As Mother makes bread at home. You'll like the taste. Try ii lÂ°af today. Ask your grocer --for-- MARK BY CLEAR LAKE BAKERY CLEAR LAKE, Iowa PHONE S2S K. K. BUTZ, PROP. LOT ], SI--1 can Beans, J can lied Beans, 1 can Kraut, ] can Pumpkin, t can Spaghetti, 1 can Soup, 1 can Mayonnaise, 1 pan Tomatoes, 1 can Hominy, 1 can Peanut Butter, 1 can Vinegar. LOT Z, .?!--1! His. Florida Oranges, 71 Ihs. Florida Grapefruit. LOT 8, $1--Â·! largo Heinz Catsup, 1 Heincz Tomato .TnicÂ«, Free. LOT 4, $1--5 Ho.iny, Assorted Jelly, 1 can Tomato Soup, free. LOT 5, 91--3 Ihs. Wy z Coffee, 1 can Peaches, free. LOT 6, 51--1 Ib. Woincrs, 1 11). Pork Chops, 1 Ib. beef steak, I Jb. Bacon I Ib, Pork Sausage, free. LOT 7, $1--I Inrg-e c:m Apricots, 1 large cun Penclies, free. LOT 8, SI--4 Pure Asst. Preserves, 1 cnn Peaches, free. LOT 9, Â§1--1 i;irgn ran Pears, 1 largo, can Peaches, free. Dollar Day $' Discount on any Parlor Suite in this store Ward Furniture Store CLEAR LAKE FYRE DROP STATION DIVISION STREET DOLLAR DAY BARGAINS . .$1 5 gallons Fyre Drop Gnsoline and 1 ll. jÂ» -I cup grease Â«P A fi gallons gasoline, rt 1 1 (it. oil Â«}1 5 quarts Motor Oil 5 one Ib. cans cup grease .. Real Quality Products Are Never High Priced Dollar lor dollar, you get ninre lor your money at a ivi". place of business. E. M. EASTMAN CLEAR LAKE At Bailey's Variety Store CLEAR LAKE Friday next where the crowd is going to be. Every store in the city offers a dollar bargain and we are showing you some bargains in our windows that will save you money. Make our store your headquarters. "Bill Bailey Wants to See You" CLEAR LAKE Philippine Gowns Fine nainsook. Hand-made and hand embroidered-2 for $1.00 English Prints Regular 25c grade, 36-inch. Ever fast colors-6 yards for $1.00 Silk Hose Regular 51.50 grade, all pure silk and full fashioned. All good colors-pair $1.00 , Silk Slips Crepes, Baronet Satin and pongee. Values to $1.95-Choice $1.00 See Page 10 TUESDAY, FEB. 24 for Announcement of SPECIALS Effective Friday, Feb. 27 --at-CLEAR LAKE STORE Peoples Gas Electric Co. AND E. "For Better Appliances"