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1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor Residence Phone ' OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 M r s . L e i t h Named Head o f J u n i o r s Play Production Festival Reviewed by Miss McCormick. CLEAR LAKE, April 6.--Mrs. Claron Leith was elected president of the Junior Federated club at the m "ne held Thursday night at the home o. Mrs. Arlovcne Kugler. Jefferson street. Other officers elected were Carolyn Bigg, president: Kathryn Kennedy, secretary and treasurer, ana Anita Chizek, press correspondent. Miss Kugler was appointed as a committee to revise the constitution and present it for approval next month. Miss Kathleen McCormick led the lesson relating her experiences at the Iowa Play Production Festival at Iowa City, March 22 to 24. She gave an interesting talk on the pronunciation and correct diction of words. The hostess served refreshments after which bridge was played. Miss Jean Matthews will be hostess on May S with Carolyn Bigg as lesson leader. ^_ Elston Omstead Holds Dinner for Parents CLEAR LAKE, April 6.--Elston Omstead honored his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Omstead, at a dinner party Tuesday evening at the Ford- Hopkins. Ten guests were entertained in celebration ot Mr. and Mrs. Omstead's silver wedding anniversary. Following the dinner the ^roup attended the cake walk at the armory. The couple received a number of" ;ifts. Ingersols Take Card Honors at D.B.L. Club CLEAR LAKE, April 6.--Mr. and Mrs. Irving Jensen were hosts to members of the D. B. L. club and their husbands at a pot-luck dinner at their home on East Main street Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Ingersol received the prize for high score in bridge. 'CONVENTION CITY" AT THE TUTTS -By YOUNG T A K E Aorll 6.--Adolplic Menjou and Mary Astor appear here in sccn^from the production, "Convention City," which come, Satarda/S'Sunday to the Park theater. Joan B.ondeU, Â«**Â»** and Guy Kibbec arc amon* the other stars having roles in the Â»hoÂ«. HEADS ROTARIANS Clear Lake Churches Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom. Red Nichols and his world famous Pennies playing. Monday--Young- Democrat club meeting at city hall. S. , L. D. R. of the Zion Lutheran i church meets with Mrs. Jens CLEAR LAKE, April 6.--W. B. Milne was elected president of the Rotary club at the regular weekly session Thursday at the I. O. O. F. hall. Other officers named are O. T. Hansen, vice president; Harry Mason, secretary and treasurer; and directors, Frank Rich and H. B. Adams. New officers do not assume office until the first meeting of July. W. H. Ward is the retiring president. Harry D- Mason spoke to the group yesterday on the automobile business. Clear Lake Calendar luncheon, Mrs. P. D. Leith home, East Main street, 1. Tina Rebekah lodge meets at I. O, O. F. hall. | Mrs. Knutson Attends I Community Forums in ! Three Iowa Counties TÂ» A T3 17" T H E A T E R F A K l X CLEAR LAKE FRIDA1"--10c---PLUS TAX 7.aiic Grey'* "TO THE LAST MAN" alsn I'oneye lire Sailor Saturday-Sunday "CONVENTION CITY" T20fr/a.fii)l 2-PLDW TRACTOR CLEAR LAKE, April 6.--Mrs. C. A. Knutson accompanied Mrs. I. H. Tomlinson and daughter, Prudence, and Mrs. Max Mayer, all of Des Moines on a three day community forum tour. They will visit O'Brten, Lyons and Osceola counties as representatives of the public affairs committee of the Iowa State Federation of Women's clubs. Congregational. Sunday school at 10. Morning worship at 11, subject, "The Guardianship of God." A duet by Franes White and Lois Peterson. Congo ,lub at 6:30 with an address by E. =1. Boyle. Ladies' Aid will meet Vednesday with supper at 6. W. B. Milne, pastor. METHODIST. Saturday -- Pastors instruction class for pre-higli school aged jroup, 10. Church school, 9:45, Sun- lay niprning. Worship at 11, with the Rev. Dr. W. T. MacDonald, former pastor, as guest speaker. Special music by choir. Junior league at 2:30. Intermediate league at 6:30. Special services at 7:30 with the Epworth league of Mason City. M. B. church as guests. Scripture reading and prayer by Viola Grell, pantomime, "The Old Rugged Cross," by Charlotte Wolford and Greta Chappell. Cornet solo by David Barber. Address by Claude M. Holmes. Pantomime of hymn, "Jesus, Lover of My Soul." by Helen Walrod; Dorothy Kenyon, Charlotte Wolford, soloists; Irma Peterson, reader, and Mrs. Harry Mason, organist. --B. W. Riner, pastor. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN. -Sunday school at 10. The missionary society will have.chai'ge of the 11 o'clock morning service. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30. --S. M. Stenby, pastor. ZION LUTHERAN. Confirmation class Saturday at D. Sunday school at 9:45 with 'classes for all ages. Morning worship at 11, sermon theme, "From Weakness to Strength." Luke 24: 36-43. Music by vested junior and senior choirs. Luther league program at 7:30. Lutheran Daughters oÂ£ P.eformation meet Monday at Dores Jensen home, East Main street, 7:30. Devorah HOME TALENT TO BE PRESENTED A. R. Cain to Play Leading Role in Rebekah Benefit Show. CLEAR LAKE, April 6.--The play, "Home Sweet Home," sponsored by the Tina Rebekah lodg'j will be given at the I. O. O. F. hall Friday, April 13. Roles will be played by both Rebckahs and Odd Fellows. It is a three act drama and the proceeds of the play will be used for furnishings and new regalia for the lodge. Mrs. C. A. Luick. assisted by Burt Ballard, are directing the production. The principal role of the father Smith will be taKcn by A. R. Cain. Others in the production arj Mrs. Grace Cain as the mother: Fred W. Petersen as the oldest son, Frank; Rasmus Nelson as the younger son John: Mrs. Vivian Nelson as Mary Frank's wife, and Mrs. Clarence Peterson aa Ethel. John's wife; and Mrs. S. O. Bacon as Katie O'Harrow, the maid. Among the radio entertainers who will be heard are opera singers, lullaby songsters, crooners and blues singers. E. B. Stillman will act as master of ceremonies. Several specialties are planned between acts and music will be fur- following the nished for dancing play. OWE OF CIARAÂ£ BOYFRIENDS ( ALWAYS 'ACT? NONCrVMANlT WHILE BElUfr iHffCWN LOAN OF $10,000 COSTS GOVE JOB Assistant Superintendent of Railway Mail Service Is Suspended. WASHINGTON. April 6. (.-Pi--Testimony that he borrowed ?10,000 from Paul Henderson, vice president ot the United Aircrart and Transport corporation, has resulted in suspension ot Chase C. Gove as assistant superintendent ot the post- office department's railway mail service. Henderson told the senate airmail committee recently that in 1930 ho lent $10,000 to Gove, who then was deputy to W. Irving Glover, second assistant postmaster general in FIVE charge of ocean and air mail con- ;racto. Himself a former assistant postmaster general, the United Aircraft official testified Gove was a friend of loiiff standing. Henderson said the loan was made when Gove became Involved in the stock market. So Lettevmen on Hand for Spencer High Track SPENCER, April 6.--No lettermen will be available for the 1934 Spencer high school track squad, which starts practice next Monday. Five meets are Included m the schedule announced this week: April 21--Annunl Inlerclnim meet. April :Â»--Spirit Mfcr. !"Â·"Â· dl "' mÂ«l' M nJ . j_KÂ«thrrvllle InvltKllontl. MM 12--nlnirict niwi. Mny 16--State meet. The personnel ot the squad will largely be determined by the showing made in the intcrclass meet. The date of the Lakes conference meet has not yet been set by tho conference officials. He Spent His Days Worrying About a "Disease" He Didn't Have Thousands of People Who Think They Have "A Serious Disorder" Have Only "Acid Stomach" Easily Corrected Now CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS S T E E L W H E E L S Mrs. Brose Honored at Birthday Dinner CLEAR LAKE, April 6.-- Mrs. A. Sherman entertained a group at a surprise birthday party in honor of Mrs. Lona Brose Wednesday night. Guests included Sherman Brose, Miss Ruth Swingen, Mrs. Clute and , daughter, Mfs. Dense of Mason City, ! Ray Sherman and Mrs. Beck. Boys Open Swimming Season at Clear Lake CLEAR LAKE, April 6.-- The swimming season at Clear Lake opened this morning when Gil^s and Paul Roberts, two junior school circle Wednesday at Mrs. Clarence Lee home. Teachers' training class Wednesday at John Moran home, 8. H. O. Urneas, pastor. OLD TIME REVIVAL. Kasmusscn building. Regular services at 2:30 and 7:30 Sunday. --Chauncey Merviri, evangelist. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC. Mass at 10. Confessions Saturday 4-5. --E. J. Supple, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST. I. O. O. F. hall. Bible school at 10 followed by communion. --Frank Long, S. S. Supt. GOSPEL TABERNACLE. Sunday school at 10. Preaching at 11. Young People's meeting at 6:30. Preaching at 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30. Miller, pastors. --Mrs. H. M. Dunsmore and James CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST. North East street. Sunday school at 10. Morning services at 11, topic, "Unreality." Wednesday services at 8. Program Planned for Miss Kathryn Porter Is expected to return to her home today from Park hospital where she underwent minor operation. Now you win get Sweetheart Ice Cream at Kenyon's--6 flavors. suramer Mrs. and Mrs. 3. A. Orr of Sltet- Mr .,,,,, Mrs . field are visiting at the Arthur Orr lOme on South Fourth street. Your choice of 6 flavors of Sweetheart Jce Cream at Kenyon's. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Omstead and son, Elston, have remodeled their cottage, "Brown Owl," in Outlet park and taken possession of It. Clear Lake Specials for Saturday Â·Fruit Bars and Cookies, 10 cents a dozen. Clear Lake Bakery. Mrs. J. M. Jacobsen and son, Myron, returned Thursday night from Omaha where they have been visiting at the home oÂ£ Mrs. Jacobsen's mother. Myron will .accompany the brass sextet, band and orchestra to Ames to the district music contest today. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Roreni plan to return to their home on South Second street today, after spend- j ing the winter in Florida. Miss Mary Considine has returned from Dubuque where she visited her sister several days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Munzen- maier of Mason City are spending several days with Mrs. Munzen- maier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lantz, South North street. The L. D. R. of the Zion Luthcr- au church will gather at the Mrs. Jens Jensen home. East Main street. Monday night, at 7:30. Anna Marie Jensen will assist the hostess in serving. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Boyer and Miss Winifred Boyer of Mason City as beauty operator. She is a graduate of Thompson's College of Beauty Culture in Des Moines and for the past few yearsb, as worked at a shop at BOODC. Miss Alice Doran is her other operator. Mr. and Mrs. Julia* Estess ot \Iason City have rented the "Oak- cliffe" cottage on the north shore from Mrs. J. C. Davenport, for the season. Mr. Estess is manager of the Palais Royal at Mason City The E E. Brown family has rented the Mrs. Lulu Ingersol house North Second street for the Shea have have rented the Warren cottage on 31en Cove drive for the season. They took possession April 1. Bill Braheny who is living with his grandmother. Mrs. John Cox. is visiting his mother in Chicago thid week. Mrs. C. A. Luick has added another operator to take care oÂ£ her increase in business at the Beauty Nook. Miss Mabel Basset of Boone arrived Thursday to be employed 1111. U I U * * Â» Â« Â· ? Â· "' Â·'Â· taken possession of their cottage which has been remodeled at Bayside park. The Wander Inn cottage on Ben- Ion street owned by Mrs. J. C. Davenport has been rented by Mrs. Nita Church, Miss Abbie Eldridge and Mrs. Eleanor Eldridge. 3 NftTIONSflLL IMPORT France, Germany, Italy to Desert Status of Self Sufficiency. ROME, April 6. (/Pi--The return of three great European nations, France, Germany and Italy, to the status of wheat importers instead of self sufficient producers was promised today at a session of the world wheat advisory commission. M. Davinet, the French delegate, in a long address stated his country would abandon its policy of wheat self sufficiency and at the end of this year would begin Importing again. Commercial Treaties. But in exchange, Davinet proposed and was seconded by other importing nations, that wheat exporting nations make commercial treaties granting them trade concessions on manufactured and other products. This proposal is ons of aeveral steps the conference is considering in its effort to raise world wheat prices. Dr. Mordecai Ezekiel, American delegate, put the discussion on the other foot by saying former wheat importers could not hope to sell their industrial products abroad unless they reduced acreage and began to import wheat. Delegates from exporting countries supported Ezek- iel'a stand. Question Too Involved. The commission decided the question of commercial treaties waa too involved to be entered into in detail, although Y he step might be ap- proved'in principle. This paved the way for the afternoon session to plunge into main projects before tie commission, such as establishing minimum export prices, dcnaturalizatlon and extraction of a percentage of flour. The commission, with 15 nations present, hoped to reach an agreement with Russia on a wheat ex- it you have Acid Stomach, don't worry about it. To gel rid of it, all you need do is follow the simple directions here. Or -- you can take Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tablets; substituting one tablet for each teaspoon ful of the liquid. 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Head of Royal Club CLEAR LAKE, April 6.--Mrs. Roy French was re-elected president of the Royal club at the meeting held Thursday afternoon at the Mrs. William Paul home, East Division Butter and Milk , boys donned their suits and took a 35 minute dip in the lake at the Wellmon Beach. The first swimmers _ delayed longer than usual this year | CLEAR LAKE, April 6.-- The because of the cold weather. | Young Democrat club of Clear Lake _^________^ j will hold its second meeting at the -p 1 TT] , 1 i city hall at 8 o'clock Monday night. . Trench OeCteQ JElias Kelroy, president of the organization, will preside and give a short talk. John Siesseger will play a group of accordion selections. Newly elected officers including Mr. Kelroy, Charlotte Ames, Gerald Brooks, Barry Braheny, Dr. R. A. Winkle, Nathan Levinson, Mrs. Jens Wind, Mrs. W, C. Carroll and Junior Anderson, have planned entertainment for the group after which refreshments will be served. Th-a local organization has a paid up members of 75. The meeting is open for persons interested. Book Review Given. CLEAR LAKE, April 6.-- The Home Improvement club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. A. J. Rawson. Mrs. Sam Kennedy gave a book review and Mrs. Faith Monaghan sang several numbers. A luncheon was served at noon. street. Mrs. William Miller was elected vice president, Mrs. Crozier, secretary and Mrs. Fankell, treasurer. Leta Fred HAVE YOU TRIED BREAD On Sale at All Groceries and Markets MADE BY Clear Lake Bakery Co. Danish Pastry Special for Saturdays Clear Lake, Ifl'.vn No HALF-STARVED lawn can thrive GIVE it a chance to do its best! Feedyourlavnthesquaremeal for all plants--Yigoro. Complete, balanced. 41bs.perlOO sq. ft. will bring amazing results'. It is clean, odorless, easy to use--and inexpensive. 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