The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 16
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March 29, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 29 1934 Clear Lake to Celebrate Opening of First National Ban OPEN HOUSE AND ADDRESSES MARK LAKE FESTIVITY Street Entertainment and Band Concert Among Things Planned CLEAR LAKE, March 29.--Plans are being formulated to bold a big .celebration at Clear Lake on Saturday in observance of the Friday opening of the First National bank. S. J. Humphrey, vice president of the Commercial club, is chairman of the celebration. He has appoint- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OPENS Program for Celebration. 10 a, m. Open house at ' city hall and serving of refreshments. 2 p. m. Parade of business persons. 2:30 p. m. Services at outside of First National bank with speakers. 3:30 p- m. Band concert by high school band and entertainment ed his committees which will assist in the laying of plans, which were to' be completed tonight at the general meeting of the club. To Serve Lunch. Open house will be held at the city hall throughout the day with the serving of light refreshments. Serving of free doughnuts and coffee to guests will begin at 10 o'clock and continue throughout the afternoon. At 2 o'clock a large parade will be staged in · which every business house and professional man will be .represented. This will be led by the uniformed Clear Lake high school band. Talks on Program. Talks by Attorneys Ira Jones and E. R. Boyle and E..B. Stillman, conservator of the bank, and others' will be given at 2:30 o'clock from a platform erected in front of the bank. . Following this a band concert by the Clear Lake high school band which will enter the state music contest at Ames -next week, will be given: John Kopecky is director of this unit A group of musical numbers and comedy skits are planned for entertainment between band selections. · Three Men to Block, The .committees have been selected with three men to the busi- t*33 block. In charge of the parade are: R. D. Stevenson, Elias Kelroy and D. E. Kenyon, block one; Dr. A. B. Phillips, O. J. King and M. C. Rydson, block two; F. C. DeBruyn, Lee DeWiggins and David Davenport, block, three; Dr. A. S. Dice, Otto Peterson and Ted Witter, block four. The lunch committee includes H. B. Adams and Dr. R. A. Winkle, block one; L. E. Ashland and Adam Thomas, block two; Floyd Kimball and Arthur Johnson, block three; and L. J. Finnegan and.R. B. Kennedy, block four. CLE4JR LAKE, March 29.--The First National bank in Clear Lake opens its doors' Friday as a new institution with approximate deposits of $135,000. Talks by prominent local businessmen will be given in front of the building Saturday afternoon at the community celebration of the first bank in the city for over one year. MASONIC ORDER WILL BE GUESTS Easter Cantata to Feature Sunday Services for Lake Church. CLEAR LAKE, March 29.--The Antioch Comroandry No. 43 Knights Templar of Mason City will be the guests of the Easter Sunday service at the Congregational church here. The Rev. W. B. Milne will give the sermon on "Easter." The program opens with the prelude, "Hosanna," by Granier, played by the .orchestra led by Frances White; a hymn, scripture reading, Mark 16,. 1-6; a vocal solo, "Before the Dawn" by Coombs, sung by Mrs. W. L. Bennett; prayer, and 'choral response. A cantata, "The Resurrection," by Manney, will be given by the choir under the direction of Mrs. W. L. Bennett. The introduction, "He Is Risen," precedes the first part, "The Empty Tomb," which includes these numbers, "Upon the First Day of the Week," "Who Shall Roll Away the Stone?" "God Shall Wipe Away All Tears," "But When They Came to the Place," "Why Seek Yj the Living Among the Dead?" and "Angels, Roll the Rock Away." · Mendelssohn's "Spring Song" will be played for the offertory between [he parts. The second group, "Mary Magdalene" includes two numbers They Have Taken Away My Lord, and "O Death, Where is Thy Sting? and the finale, "Blessing and- Hon or." Following the sermon will be th benediction, and response with th Dresden "Amen" and postludi "Priests March," by Mendelssohn played by Mrs. Alma DeMott, ac companist. Post and Mason City Women Cars Collide CLEAR LAKE, March 29.--A car in which Mrs. Harry Pitman, and Mrs. Walter Thomas of Mason City were riding collided with the mail truck driven by Walter F. Post, Clear Lake, several miles west of Mason City on No. 106 Wednesday. A hog vaccination school for farmers was held at the city hall Tuesday and Wednesday at which a specialist from the extension department of the Iowa State college spoke. Congratulations Insist on It By Name BUTTER and MILK BREAD At All Grocers and Markets CLEAR LAKE BAKERY Congratulations to the people of Clear Lake and vicinity --that we have men in our community who have been able to give us a new bank founded on a safe and sound financial structure. W.H.WARD Congratulations To All Those Responsible for the Opening of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK in Clear Lake CLEAR LAKE LIVESTOCK SHIPPERS RAY D. ROBBINS. Manager Wells Boy Is Injured on School Playgroum CLEAR LAKE, March 29.--Cal vin Wells, .10, son of Mr. and Mr C. E. Wells, is suffering from tee! and jaw Injuries which he received Wednesday while playing in the school;yard.,.One tooth was broken and three otters were pushed into the jaw when he collided with one of. his playmates while playing. He was given treatment at a Mason City hospital and according to the surgeon in charge may be able to save all of his teeth. He returned :o his home the same day. KELROY HEADS DEMOCRAT CLUB 'urposes of Organization Is Told by McEnaney, County Chairman. CLEAR LAKE, March 29.--Elias . Kelroy was elected president of ie Young Democrat club at the itial meeting in Clear Lake held at ie city hall Wednesday night at hich about 50 persons attended. Other officers elected were Miss Charlotte Ames, vice president; erald Brooks, secretary, and Barry raheny, treasurer. Members ap- ointed to serve on the executive oard were Mrs. W. C. Carroll, Mrs. ens Wind, Nathan Levinson, Junior Anderson, and Dr. R. A. Winkle. Was introduced. Morgan. J. McEnaney, Cerro !ordo county chairman of the young emocrats, waa introduced by Mrs. ens Wind, county vice chairman. te gave a talk on the aims and purposes of the organization. "The Young Democrat club does ot support any candidates until after the candidate has received the omination of the party and then he organization is pledged to give ;s support to those candidates," ie stated. "To foster the promotion f President Roosevelt's nationwide irogram is the immediate goal toward which we are working. The itudy of government will be one of he principal topics to be discussed. Facing Revolution. "Banks of the country were fac- ng abolishment and a revolution was pending when President Roosevelt took the helm, but through the enactment of the deposit guarantee jill, bank failures have become a iing of the past. Another sound Dill passed by congress was the securities act and a permanent securities act is now pending in Washington. The caring for the poor people by various projects has been criticized but who has a right to allow the people of the nation to starve?" In conclusion he urged the group to think for themselves, not to swim in the current with parents without study on the matter. The new officers assumed their posts and "Bud" Lombardo, secretary of the county organization, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander of Thornton, editors of the Thornton Enterprise, were introduced to the group. Mrs. Alexander was appointed chairman of the membership committee for Thornton and vicinity. Play on Industry Is Given by Mission Unit CLEAR LAKE; March 29.--Mrs. C. P. McVicker was hostess for the Congregational Missionary society Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. W. H. Rosemond acting as assistant hostess for the afternoon. Following the business meeting a program was presented. Mrs. G. E. Troger and Mrs. W. B. Milne were in charge of devotions. Mrs. A. I. Sondrol was in charge of the lesson, "Our Responsibility Toward Industry in America," depicted through a one act play. Those taking part in the play were Mesdames A. L Sondrol, J. M. Jacobson, W. H. Rosemond, B. H. Matthews, R. R. Rogers, F. R. Palmer, G. E. Troeger and E. A. Copley. A lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--City council meets. Saturday--W. C. T. U. food sale at Economy grocery, 11. Dance at Clear Lake Country club. Old-time dance at Communitj building. Celebration for opening of Firs! National bank. MAY PROSPERITY Bring You Growth ARCMAX Adds to Your Car Mileage Shady Beach Service Station South Shore BOG SWEIGER Mrs. Anderson, 92, of Burlington Die; DBS MOINBS. March 29. W)-Mrs. Anna Anderson, 92, of Bur lington, died here today at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henrj Olson, where she had lived durini a 15 months' illness. The body wii be taken to Burlington for burial. HERB'S SUCCESS TO THE NEW BANK! Clear Lake Sand and Gravel Co. E. H. PITTMAN, Mgr. Special Low Prices on Dirt Hauling While We Are Doing Some Stripping An unemployment census in Utal showed children under 16 years o age made up 43 per cent of the re lief rolls. H. C, PETERSON RITES PLANNED Services to Be Saturday at Church at Fertile. CLEAR LAKE, March 29.--Fu- leral services for Henry Carl Petrson. farmer in Grant township, vill be held in the Christian church at Fertile Saturday afternoon at 2 ''clock. Tbe Rev. Mr. Schmidt of Itanhope, who was formerly of Fertile, will officiate. Mr. Peterson was born in Den mark on Jan. 11, 1860. He came to the United States in 1879. He was married in 1881 and lived for several years in North Dakota. In 1907 he and his family moved to their 'arm, north of Clear Lake, and lave resided there up to the present ime. He Is survived by his wife and : ive children, Charles, Mary, Fred, Harry and Albert, all living near here. He .also leaves a brother, George Nielsen, and a sister, Sophie Nielsen of Clear Lake, a brother and sister in Denmark, and 10 randchildren. Congratulations from HOME OIL COMPANY To Levy Sales Tax on Meals Sold on Dining Cars in Iowa DES.MOINES, March 29. Meals sold on railroad dining cars operating in Iowa are subject to the retail sales tax, the state board of assessment and review decided today. John W. Foster, senior member of the board, announced the ruling. Attorneys for railroad lines, bad asked the board to rule that the meals would be tax exempt, contending that they were part of the transportation fa'cllities. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vernon and family have moved from their home on South Third street to 214 North Second street. ' tf Theater O Clear Lakej THURSDAY, FRIDAY, lOc John Wayne and Duke "THE MAN FROM MONTEREY" A FOUR STAR WESTERN Congratulations KOENEMAN'S BEAUTY SHOP Easter Millinery SPECIAL Permanents Congratulations CITIES SERVICE STATION North Second Street JOE BATES Congratulations . . . First National Bank We know from our own experience what you have gone through Ventura State Bank We Congratulate the First National Bank On Its Opening Watch for our opening of oar new and Improved addition. KOOL , STEIN CAFE W. C. WITKE 1' SONDROL CO. TWO BIG SPECIALS FOR EASTER SALES WOMEN'S SPRING COATS Wool Crepes Fancy Tweed Polo Cloth WOMEN'S SILK DRESSES $3-98 Flat Crepe, Sheer Crepe, Printed Silk Bengalines Congratulations . . Congratulations . . . From DeBRUYN SUPER SERVICE "INSIDE SERVICE" OPENING OF THE "First National Bank in Clear Lake" FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1934 Capital Stock of $50,000, With $10,000 Surplus OFFICERS: C. A. Knutson, President George Peitzke, Vice President L. W. Sherman, Cashier Alice Roenfanz, Bookkeeper Deposits on hand to open, approximately $325,000. Bank operating under Federal Reserve system. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Fund. DIRECTORS: Hans Henriksen C. A. Knutson George Peitzke James Peterson T. L. Sears FARMERS MUTUAL CO-OP CREAMERY CLEAR LAKE, IOWA IT PAYS TO READ THE WANT ADS Congratulations to the FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Clear Lake The Place to Do Your Banking Use our GOLDEN BRONZE GASOLINE and BURNHAM PALE MOTOR OIL You will also have cause for congratulations EASTMAN SERVICE STATION Highway 18 -- Opposite High School We Join With the Citizens and Business Institutions of Clear Lake In Re j oicing O ver the Re-Opening of the First National Bank We are confident that this event marks the beginning of new and greater prosperity for Clear Lake. We Extend Our Heartiest Congratulations To the New Bank... To Its Officers and Stockholders We Pledge Our Support and Co-operation Use your bank. It is necessary to your welfare, to that of your business, your community and your nation. Deposit your money with perfect assurance. Withdraw it when and as you need it. Conduct your business normally but with a new animation and promise. You are urged to do your part in what the President of the United States terms "The disciplined attack upon our common problems," and to accept with the fullest confidence your bank's position in your community. Beauty Nook Dress Shop Mrs. C. A. Luick, Prop. Colgan's Pharmacy Freeman Kenyon Real Estate Perkin's Dairy Clean Milk . . . Better Health Royal Barber Beauty Shop Thomas Shoe Shop Clear Lake Klassy Kleaner s Harry Young, Mgr. Clear Lake Metal Works C. F. Berais Miller's Golden Guernsey Milk Clear Lake's Oldest Dairy Patterson Jewelry Soda Grill Clear Lake, Iowa Woodford-Wheeler Lumber Co. Wells Auto Co. Chevrolet Denier

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