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April 3, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE F1VK Clear Lake Globe-Gazette CROWD ATTENDS SURF OPENING Andy Kirk and Clouds of Joy Prove to Be Big Hit. CLEAR LAKE, April 3.--Andy Kirk and his Clouds of Joy, the first Negro band to play in the Surf ballroom opened the 1934 season Easter Monday with the largest crowd to pack the ballroom with exception of July Fourth. This is the first time that all patrons could not be accommodated with checking facilities. In spite of the rainy night, many north and eastern Iowa towns were represented in the crowd which continued to arrive at midnight. C. J. Fox, manager of the ballroom, announced that the Surf stand will be open every night beginning next Sunday and that booth service and dancing to mechanical music in the ballroom will be offered. Red Nichols and his World Famous Pennies who are now favorites at the Lowry hotel in St. Paul will play for the Saturday night party. Thursday and Saturday will be kept as dance nights after this week. Andy Kirk's dusky players made a hit with the crowd. Their interpretation of "Tiger Rag," was sensational and a crowd of several hundred couples stood around the orchestra pit spellbound. Sweet numbers were played with the same ease and danceability that combined to make it a most attractive unit. Soloists and a male trio were outstanding in quality. Celebrates Birthday. CLEAR LAKE, April 3.--Miss Evelyn Hansen entertained a grou; of school friends Sunday in celebration of the tenth birthday anniversary. The afternoon was spent in playing games. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. Petersen Is Appointed City Policeman at Lake R. R. Rogers Re-Elected* " ~~ 'IS in? City Clerk at First Meeting. CLEAR LAKE, April 3.--A. R. Petersen, who at one time served the city of Clear Lake as city policeman for ?1 a month, was back at the post this morning drawing the customary salary of $100 monthly. He and 0. T. Woldridge were appointed by the new mayor, Dr. A. B. Phillips, to serve as city policemen at the regular wage scale, Monday night. W. H. Ward gave the oath to Mayor A. B. Phillips Monday noon and Phillips in turn gave the oath to the councilmen, George Ott, F. C. DeBruyn, William Scherf, C. N. Wright and'Ernest Andersen. Bogcrs Kc-Klected. R. R. Rogers was re-elected city clerk by council members with a slash of $100 in his annual salary. Dr. N. W. Phillips was appointed by the mayor as health official and dairy inspector. H. S. Levisay was elected street commissioner to serve at a monthly salary of $75. Paul Palmer was appointed as driver of the city truck for the upkeep' of the streets at a salary of ?70 monthly. Both the commissioner driver were formerly street and paid truck on an Clear Lake Calendar Wednesday--Illustrated lectue at M. E. church, 8. Home Improvement club meets with Mrs. A. J. Rawson. Woman's Home Missionary society at M. E. church. Hard time party of I. O. O. F. Dancing club at I. O. O. F. hall. American Legion auxiliary at Legion clubrooms, 7:30. Illustrated lecture at M. E. church, 8. Thursday--St. Margaret's Guild luncheon at Mrs. D. F. Byers home. Rotary club meets at I. 0. O. F. hall. D. of U. V. meets at Mrs. Frank Hall home, North Elm street. Royal club pot luck dinner at Mrs. W. F. Paul home. Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid meets, 2:30. D. B. L. club at I. C. Jensen home, 6:30. Friday--Christian Workers meet at Mrs. Earl Wescott home, 224 Twenty-seventh street southwest, Mason City. Softball league meeting, city hall, 7:30. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom, Red Nichols and his world famous Pennies playing. hourly basis o£ 30 cents with a limited number of hours during the winter months. T. W. Tornpkins was appointed by the city fathers to serve as deputy assessor to assist Joe Palmer, assessor, in the listing of the names of all persons between the ages of 21 and 65 years subject to the ?2 head tax for the old age pension law. The county has requested that an assistant be appointed so that the list of this type may be complete by May 1. Both assessors are paid from the county fund. Return Stenographer. Although no action was taken, it was agreed that Miss Josie Barlow be retained in the city clerk's office as secretary and assistant. Dr. N. W. Phillips as health commissioner and dairy inspector reported that there was a small number of communicable diseases during the past year due to the closer inspection of all children by the parent and teacher, and less persons being exposed. He reported the following cases: Mumps, 10; chicken pox, 2; measles, 1; German measles, 1; and erysipe- CLEAR LAKE, April 3.-Forrest "Hap" Lenhart shown here in his speedboat a season ago at Clear Lake, is seriously ill at a hospital at Ann Arbor, Mich., suffering froiR sleeping sickness, according to word recently received here by triends. He is student at the University of Michigan, but is now under the care of the best physicians in the country. He is the sou of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lenhart of Des Moines. The father is well known i" Iowa as a receiver of banks while working for the state banking department. Mr. Lenhart Attended Iowa State college at Ames two years. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Converted Infidel to Speak at Lake Church CLEAR LAKE, April 3.--Ralph Underwood of Portland, Ore., the converted infidel, will speak to groups at the Gospel hall in the Rasmussen building Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday nights of this week at 7:30. People have heard his testimonials in 36 states and Canada. Peter Deyncka, the native Russian missionary, will speak at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night at the Gospel hall. Masonic Lodge Assists in Kimbell Service: CLEAR LAKE, April 3.--Funera services for W. H. Kimball were held Monday afternoon at the M. E church, with the Rev. B. W. Rine and Masonic lodge officiating. E. K Greene acted for the lodge. Pallbearers were George Knutson, T. E. Sondrol, Herman Knack, Walter Jensen, Ted Winnie and R. B. Kennedy. A large group of members of the Eastern Star also attended. Mrs. Faith Monaghan sang two selections, "Crossing the Bar," and "Jesus Lover of My Soul." Russian Missionary to Speak at M. E. Church CLEAR LAKE, April 3.--Peter Deyneka, Russian native missionary evangelist who recently visited 22 countries of Europe, including Sweden and White Russia on the Soviet Russian borders and Egypt and Palestine will speak at a special illustrated lecture Wednesday night at the Methodist church at 8 o'clock. Mr. Deyneka recently made these journeys for the purpose of studying the religious conditions and visit the missionaries of the Russian Gospel association of which he is general director. The meeting is open to the public and a silver offering will be taken for him. GET YOUR HOME READY FOR SPRING NOW! THERE ARE MANY IMPORTANT VALUES IN OUR DRAPERY DEPARTMENT las, 1. He reported that public toilets and rest rooms at schools were inspected and found to be in sanitary P A VI V THEATER *A*1%*I» Clear L:ike Tuesday - Wednesday Joe E. Brown "SON OF A SAILOB" Admission lOc plus 1 cent tax on each adult ticket condition. Are 35 Dairies. "The 25 large and small dairies in the city were visited and inspected with Inspector Charles Peckham and all found to be in good condition, all having T. B. tested cows, the certificate of which is filed with the city clerk," he stated. "The city water supply is satisfactory and safe for drinking purposes and is tested at the laboratories at definite times. The garbage disposal problem has improved greatly since it has been handled with a man given police authority on garbage collecting. "As a whole, I consider the city in a satisfactory condition with regard to sanitation and health," he adjourned, to meet concluded. The group Wednesday night as a board of review. Doctrines of John Calvin, French religious reformer, who lived from 1509-'64, underlie the Hugeoot and Presbyterian creeds. Just received--clever styles in silk dresses, including silk suits in all sizes. Oluf T. Hansen Co. Mrs. S. E. Eldred and granddaughter, Molly Abbott, left to spend the week with friends at Goldfield. Mr. and Mrs. Lee DeWiggins and son, Richard, Mrs. Eva Butcher and Mrs. Joe Power left Monday for Greeley, Kans., where they are to attend the funeral of a sister and daughter Mrs. Carrie Wolston of Chicago 'Tuesday. They will also visit a sister, Mrs. Edith McClure at Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Herrinian returned to their home on South Third street after spending the winter in St. Cloud, Fla. Gilbert Pribbenow of Hampton who spent his spring vacation with his parents there was a guest of Bud Drew Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mitchell and family who have been living in the C. H. Plattenburg house on South Second street this winter plan to move April 15 to the Breezy Point cottage owned by Mrs. J. C. Davenport. Jack Berendt, agent at the Milwaukee railroad, spent Sunday with his family in Rapid City, S. Dak. Luke Webb of Hampton visited Clear Lake friends Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kirby who have spent the winter at Mason City have returned to their cottage at Bayside for the summer. Miss Adeline Johnson, South Fourth street, left Sunday evening for Eagle Grove where she will spend her vacation with relatives. Lyle Malsted, pharmacist at Col- gans, spent the week-end at Hamp- Softball Managers and Officers Plan Meeting CLEAR LAKE, April 3.--Managers of teams and officers in the softball league will meet at the city hall at 7:30 o'clock Friday night to make plans for an outdoor ball series according to announcement made today by Forde Lee, president of the league. Convention Delegates Chosen by Wa-Tan-Yes CLEAR LAKE, April 3.--Wa Tan Ye club members gathered at the Soda Grill Monday night for dinner. The Misses Jean Matthews and Ern- mabelle Thomas were elected as delegates to the association which will be held at Osage in May. Mrs. Lillian Overton and Helen Hendricks were elected alternates. Mrs. Dean Heltman is a new member received into the club. Initiation services for I all new members will be held at the next session April 16. Istanbul, Turkey, which has been trying to solve its serious stray-dog problem, now has 20 times as many cats as canines. Its feline population being greater than the number of human inhabitants. Ihe moderate rates at ^TheAstor offer today's great value in hotel .comfort. As low as $4 secures--for two people-- Vhe service of the most considerate and conven- 'ient hotel in town. R A T E S Jf'ilh bath or tholcer One Person *3 «P Two Persons *4 up Twin Beds 'j U p T»o Persons: Two rooms, one bath $£» up Three Persons: Two rooms, one bath *O up Four Persons: Two rooms, one bath *7 up Suites: Parlor, bedroom balh . *9 up Only great Hotel entering right on] TIMES SQUARE-- the heart o/NEWYORK ton with his parents.. The Christian Workers will meet Friday afternoon at the Mrs. Earl] Wescott home, 224 Twenty-seventh street southwest, Mason City. Mrs. j I William Hofer will be the lesson j i leader. ! St. Margaret's Guild will meet j Thursday at the Mrs. D. F. Byers 1 home. North Third street. Dorothy Kinard returned to her school work at University of Iowa, Iowa City, Monday after visiting her daughter, Nancy, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pattie. A. N. Grimm. Jefferson street, j who has been ill at his home, is improved. Lctty Jane Chase is spending this week in Thornton with her father, Charles Chase. Mrs. A. C. Brady and Miss Lucille Brady of Winnetka, 111., mother and sister of Mrs. Edward Huntting. North Fifth street, are houseguests this week at the Huntting home. Coach and Jlrs. Chris Johnston and son are spending this week with their parents at Cedar Rapids and Ogden. A marriage license has been issued for Ann Considinc, 21, and Joseph R. Glcnnon, 28, both of Clear j Lake. i George Milne has accepted a position as clerk in the A. and P store, j Mason City. j Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Ludvig and ; family of Mason City have moved '· into the C. E. Geist house on South ; Second street formerly occupied by the N. C. Olmstcad family. Mr. Ludvig is a salesman for the Pru-, dcntial Life Insurance company, i Housejfucsts of George Osborn, South Fourth street, on Easter Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. Jack Woltz and son. Bob, Davenport: Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Osborn of Minne- j apolis; and Jeanctte Conklin and i Margaret Lcary. Minneapolis. Miss j Conklin and Miss Leary recently; ! returned from a 10 days' trip where , they visited Miss Conklin's brother, Roscoe Conklin and family, at Huntley,' 111., and sister, Mrs. Genevieve Bowell of Dayton, Ohio, former local residents. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Belding visited at their cottage on the Camp Grounds Monday. TOOK PILLS FOR YEARS THEN CEREAL BROUGHT RELIEF Kellogg's ALL-BRAN Corrected His Constipation If you are troubled by common constipation, read this letter: "Just a -word in appreciation of what your ALL-BRAN has done for my health. For years, I had been doping myself with pills and other dopes for constipation. "I decided to try Kellogg's ALL- BRAN. Now I am in good health, and haven't taken a drop of medicine for six months." -- Thos. F. Little, 564 E. Wheeling St., Lancaster, Ohio. Headaches, loss of appetite and energy, sleeplessness--any one of these may be caused by common constipation. Yet this condition can be corrected, usually, by eating a delicious cereal. Tests show Kellogg's ALL-BRAN provides "bulk" and vitamin B to help promote regularity. ALL-BRAN also furnishes iron for the blood. The "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is much like that in leafy vegetables. How much safer than patent medicines! Two tablespoonfuls of ALL-BRAN daily are usually sufficient. Chronic cases, with each meal. If seriously ill, see your doctor. ALL-BRAN makes no claim to be a "cure-all." Serve as a cereal or use in cooking. At all grocers in the red-and- green package. Get ALL-BRAN, and not a part-bran product. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. COLONIAL STYLE FLORAL RUFFLE CURTAINS *l.59 They're unique . . . they're fresh and gay in Colonial spirit... and you'll love their authentic patterns in clear bright colors. We're proud to pre- s ; ent them as a feature value this spring. 2 ] /4 yards long. DRAPERIES--SECOND FLOOR Dotted Ruffle CURTAINS $|.oo These inexpensive new dotted ruffle curtains will go a long way to give that desired bright spring atmosphere to any room. Ivory backround with red, blue, green or gold dots. Printed Marquisette Ruffle CURTAINS $|.oo The exceptional quality o£ the marquisette, the unique colorful design and the charming full ruffles make these curtains marvelous values. ZH yds. long. DRAPERIES--SECOND FLOOR LUSTROUS NEW RAYON REPPE The season's new high style in modern drapery fabrics. It's 50 inches wide and the quality is unbelievable at this price. Available in smart new colors of blue, green, red and rosewood. 69c yd. Fascinating New Patterns in NOVELTY MONKS CLOTH $1-19 and *|' 50 yd. Another outstanding feature in our drapery section is this marvelous new collection of the smartest novelty monks cloth fabrics we have ever presented. New weaves, new plaids, new stripes, 50 inches wide. DRAPERIES--SECOND FLOOR NET PANELS $[·25 to rT/ We predict that you'll go a long way before you find such a grand selection of fine quality panels, filets. Heavy and light nets in colors of beige, ecru and gold--all are exciting values. DRAPERIES--SECOND FLOOR CHENILLE RUGS $159 A special selling fine quality 27x54. Chenille rugs. Regular S1.75 values . . ---- ........... 24x36 in assorted colors. Reversible pat- 59c terns. Reg. 79c values Another special group of beautiful new Chenille rugs attractively priced. $1.19 Sl-59 SL98 18x36 24x36 37x54 30x60 Reversible patterns in blue, gold, green, black and orchid. A wonderful opportunity to buy fine quality ·chenilles at an attention compelling price. Blue, green, rose, black and orchid. Riverside patterns, 2-1x36-- $2.95. New Scotch plaid Rag Rugs. New and entirely different. Red, green, blue, brown and orchid. 37x36 .......... 08c 37x54 .......... $1-59 30x60 .......... ?«-23 RUGS-SECOND FLOOR ITALIAN ORIENTALS 57.50 These imported oriental reproductions are made in Italy of fine American c o tt o n s. Their magnificent designs come from Antic oriental rugs, the originals of which have been admired in royal and imperial castles and museums. Size 4x7, all colors. The ,. quality makes these \ rugs amazing at this price. 21x34 $1.59 24x48 at $2.50 RUGS--SECOND FLOOR

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