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April 2, 1936

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

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 2 ^ 1936 rAaberg Proves Early J Bird in Filing of His Nomination Papers DES MOINES, UP)--H. C. Aaberg, candidate for the democratic nomination for agriculture secretary, proved the early bird Thursday as far as filing nomination papers were concerned. He appeared at the secretary of state's office at opening time with papers bearing approximately 3,«00 signatures. This was the first day for filing nomination papers. The filing period runs to April 22. Aaberg is assistant agriculture 'secretary at present. Emmetsburg Man Held to Jury on Rum Count EMMBTSBURG. I/P) -- William McMackin of Emmetsburg. sought OE a liquor charge since Monday. was arrested here and bound over to the grand jury after a justice aourt hearing. He supplied $500 bond. Charges filed against McMackin's wife and Harold Hartsock, following a raid in which officers said they found liquor in the McMackin home, were dismissed. Herring Will Refer Future Veterans to Future Governors DES MOINES, 02P)--Gov. Clyde L. Herring, learning Thursday that the University of Iowa Veterans of Future Wars post plans to send him a petition, declared: "I'll just refer that to the future governors of Iowa." The petition will call upon the governor to give political job preference to college men and women who "will be called upon to fight this country's wars in the future." Iowa G.M.T.C. Set for July 8 to Aug. 6 DES MOINES, W--The Iowa Citizens Military Training camp will be held at Fort DCS Koines July 8 to Aug. 6. Major Leon G. Harer, C. M. T. C. officer for Iowa announced. Persons from western Iowa will attend camp at Fort Crook, near Omaha. Clear Lake Globe- Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 J A .. HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 ·HUSBAND MARVELOUS I'M CCRTAINLY GIAD TO HAVE YOU f ELLOVVS AROUND SEEK COTTAGES AT CLEAR LAKE Many Inquiries Received for Places by Season; Houses Are Scarce. CLEAR LAKE--More than one local realtor has waded through snow drifts the pasl few days to show cottages for rent, and some renters bravely moved in April hop- ng that spring is around the corner. A number of inquiries are being received for all season cottages and :ocal realtors are confident of a ousy summer. Among those taking possession this week are Mr. and Mrs. Harland Hamm and children, Mason City, who moved into the SUsby cottage on Walnut street; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hill and family, Mason City, who moved in the Tompkins cottage. North Second street, for the season; Frank T. Howe and family, Colfax, .who moved into the Blighty cottage on West Jefferson street; and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Stephensen who went in the F. A. Stephensen cottage, South Second street, for the summer. -Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Rogers. Masbn j City, have rented the Gibbs cottage on North Fifth street for the season. He is a recent arrival in Mason City and is a field man for the Mid. Continent Petroleum company. J. A. McManus and family of Waterloo have rented the Wilcox cottage on South Second street for the season. Russell Girton, Mason City, has engaged the Tom SWpsey cottage, on the south shore near state park for the season. · Mr, and Mrs. George Kianer, Chicago, plan to return again this season to reside in the Casa de Verano cottage on the south shore. Martin P. Floy of Thorton recently purchased the house at the end of North Clara street through the Freeman and Kenyon realtors. I ^fe*V NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Moray Eby, Coach at Coe, Will Be Banquet Speaker ,, _, Qg e an( J QrJd Squads to Be Auxiliary To Assist Worms Sell at Premium. SYDNEY, N. S. W. (UP)-- Tadpole and worms are at a premium in Sydney and Melbourne, and hordes of small boys have joined in the hunt. The explanation is that zoos have a Platypus, a rare which eats 600 worms, , few dozen tadpoles and a hardboiled egg daily. EXTRA HOURS OF PLAY N EVERY LOAF , . . And a wealth of painstaking effort behind that loaf of bread! Because we who make your Vitamin "D" Bread well know that half-way measures can be not only less healthful but actually'harmful to the consumer! That's why Vitamin "D" is always fresh . . . always made of highest quality food-stuffs . . . always good-tasting and appetite-awakening! Stale, half-baked bread can injure the delicate digestive system of children, and is decidedly harmful to, adults as well. VITAMIN D IS BETTER BREAD MOKAY EBV Clear Lake Briefs Alvin Nelson, son of Mrs. Anna Nelson, East Main street, and horticulture .student at Iowa State college, Ames, has been named on the scholastic honor roll for the winter term at the college. He is also doing practical work to help defray his college expenses. "Wanted: Girl for general housework. Apply at I. G. A. Store. 3. M. Jacobsen and son, Myron, will leave Friday to spend the week-end in Omaha with their wife and mother, Mrs. Jacobsen, who has been there the past six weeks helping care for her mother who ia ill. Eat at the Pok-A-Dot, east of city park, strictly home cooked food, now open on Sundays. The Misses Charlotte and Greta Chappell and Edward Chappell, all students at Wheaton college, Wca- ton. El., will arrive Saturday to spend their spring vacation with their parents, Dr. and'Mrs. E. B. Chappell, North Fourth street. Do not miss seeing the new mdse. that is arriving fast at the A C Style Shop for Easter, before making your selection. Your inspection is always welcome. Miss Kathryn Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wood, .east .of Clear Lake, who has been quite ill with flu is showing improvement. Elston Omstead, Outlet Park, left Tuesday for Vermlllion, S. Dak., where he has been transferred by the Penney company. He will assume the position of assistant manager at that place. Mrs. Earl Brose will be hostess to circle No. 4 of the M. E. Aid on Friday afternoon. Assisting hostesses are Mrs. Lighter, Mrs. Fred Funk and Mrs. Ted Zbok. · Reuben Hall, north of Clear Lake, who recently returned from a trip to the Scandinavian countries, spoke to the Lions club Wednesday noon on co-operative marketing in foreign countries. He also gave an interesting account of interesting places that he visited on his trip. Officers and members of the Tina, Rebekah lodge will attend the district Rebekah convention at Mason City Friday. The officers will have charge of the balloting and Mrs Earl Lambert will be the local contestant in the unwritten work. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benson South shore, have rented the Miss Georgia Welker home at 610 Reed street, taking possession Wednesday. Mr. Benson recently opened a real estate and insurance ofice in the Cerro Gordo bank building. Miss Clela Miller, North Third street, has moved to her cottage on South Second street for the sum mer months. George Sullivan, Des Moines, is spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Sullivan North Second street, while working in this territory. He will return t his home Saturday. The Clear Lake independent ban Will hold rehearsal Monday night a the city hall. This is the first re hearsa.1 since the holidays, becaus of the bad road and weather condi lions. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Meinecke o Forest City moved to the Coe acre age across from the Frost orchar north of Clear Lake, taking posses sion Wednesday. They are forme Clear Lake residents. P. G. Atherton, accompanied b Syd Levy, drove to Rochester, Minn.. Thursday to visit Mrs. Atherton who recently underwent a major operation, and is reported to be improving nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Saullsbury of Decorah have rented the L. W. Fat; terson house, South Fourth street, formerly occupied by R. B. Kennedy and family. The Saulisbury family formerly lived in Clear Lake several years ago. Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Eorvig, East Main street, are the parents of a daughter born at 2 o'clock Thursday morning at the Park hospital, Mason City. This is the first child in the family. Honored at Affair Lions Sponsor. CLEAR LAKE--Moray Eby, athletic director and football coach at Coe college. Cedar Rapids, has been engaged as the principal speaker at the athletic banquet. April 9. honoring the championship football and basketball teams of the Clear Lake high school this current school year. Eby has coached at Coe for tRe past 23 years, prior to that time having served as assistant coach at University of Iowa. He then worked under Jess Hawley, famous Dartmouth coach. He received his training at Iowa university and was captain of the first Iowa football team to win the Big Ten championship in 1899 He has coached teams that competed with Notre Dame, Army. Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Purdue. The affair will be sponsored by the Lions club and will be open to all businessmen of the city who in reality will have one of the athletes as their guests. Coaches Chris Johnston and Dale Harmon and several of the umpires that have worked a number of games will also be guests of the affair. The football men who have been · invited to the banquet include: -^Seniors--Myhr. Lyons. Fredricksen, Ostrander, Lane. Leins. Widger, Wood Pierce, Steils, Callanan; juniors--Murphy, Jensen, Coe, Bacon, Comstock. Underhoflcr, Pike; soph- omores _Whitney, Rutan, Lewis, Phillippe, Cobb, Fistler; freshmen-Mullarky. Bill Giles, Kimba.ll, managers, Ben Giles and Arnold Grif,th. The basketball squad which wil e honored includes: Seniors-- Vidger, Lane, Leins. Ostrander; uniors, Jensen, Bacon, Comstock Coe, Murphy; sophomores--Thom- 3 Fistler, Lewis, Phillippe, anc reshnien -- Coyier, Mullarky and Vill Turner, manager. The committee in charge of the affair is: Art Johnson, R. C. Inger- ol, Henry Volstad and F. L. Knut- With Knoxville Party CLEAR LAKE!--The April meet- ng of the American Legion auxil- ary was held at the Legion clubrooms Wednesday night. Barbara lutan gave a humorous reading and the committee, headed by Mrs. ilattie Colburn, served refreshments. The unit will send cookies to the annual birthday party for veterans in Knoxville hospital. April 30. Several from the local unit plan to attend this affair. ^orth lowans Fined on Reckless Driving CLEAR LAKE--Kay Jensen of Britt, Herbert Drayer of Corwith, A. L. Noah and G. E. Waddell of Charles City were fined $5 and costs for reckless driving before C. W. Wallace, justice of peace. The arrests were made for improper Tuck equipment by Smith and Fajer, state highway patrolmen. Lloyd Orcutt of Fertile also was fined SI for driving without a tail light in the same court by the same offi- ·riday--Circle No. 4 of M. E church a.t Mrs. Earl Brose home. Mixed-dance at Surf ballroom. Saturday--Dance at North Shore Country club, Noble Ross playing. Dance at Surf ballroom. Monday--Daughters of Union Veterans at Legion clubrooms, 7:30. Wa-Tan-Ye club meets. Clear Lake Calendar Dr. Eckener "Taboo" Because of Conduct in Gennan Campaign BERLIN, OP)--Dr. Hugo Eckener, commander of the Graf Zeppelin, has become "taboo" to the nazis because of his conduct during the reichstag election campaign. His refusal to come out with a special election appeal caused the propaganda ministry to issue secret orders to the press to drop Eckener's name hereafter out of any publicity concerning the Graf or the giant new zeppelin Hindenburg. Roberts Named New Clinton Police Cbief CLINTON. (/B--Capt. p. T. Roberts, for 16 years an officer in the Iowa national guard, Thursday was appointed chief of police by Mayor| elect R. N. Howes. He will assume I charge of the department Monday. 1 Roberts has been commanding of- 'icer of Battery A, 185th field ar- Ulery since it was organized in Courtship Is Taught. FRESNO, Cal, (UP)--The Fresno evening high school has insti- :uted a course on courtship and marriage. The first lecture was entitled "Calf's Love, or How Not To Fall In Love." iunior Federation Guests at Patties CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. J. W. Pattie, county chairman of Federated lubs, will entertain the Junior Federated club at her home for its regular meeting Thursday night. All Clear Lake federated clubs were represented at the county session leld Wednesday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A., Mason City. A number of Clear Lake women took part in the program, which was presided over by Mrs. Pattie. Between 4,000 and 5,000 postmasters are still republicans. For that matter, they're the stillest of all republicans.--Weston, Ore., Leader. A FfOducl ef NATIONM. BISCUIT COMPANY 1924 and was a captain in artiUery| in the World war. Dr. AJS Barrett Dies at Age of 64| ANN ARBOR, Mich., (JP--Dr. Al-.; bert M. Barrett, 64, organizer of the . University of Michigan hospital for treatment of mental diseases, and, head of the institution since 1906, died Thursday of a heart attack. Dr Barrett, a native of Austin, 111., was graduated from the university of Iowa, and at one time served as head of psychiatric institutions in Massachusetts. He a survived by a son, Edward, 26. Swans Thrive In Alaska. SEWARD, Alaska, (UP)-- The Iliamna and Naknek country are fast becoming sanctuaries for swans. The usually' rare birds have doubled in number m the regions during the past year. They are unmolested by hunters. It must be a great consolation to dead Ethiopians to know that Mussolini has saved them from slavery.--Birmingham News. THRAVES FOOD MARKET 401 North Federal Are. -- Free Delivery -- Phone 668 Specials for Fridoy and Saturday BEEF ROAST, Choice, pound . . . MINCEMEAT, Home-Mode, Ib. ISc Pork Loin ROAST, End Cuts, pound LAMB ROAST, Shoulder, pound BEEF SHORT RIBS, · Good Quality, Ib. Corned Beef, Jiggs' Kind, Lean, Ib.. . 17c lOc LARD 100% PURE 2 Ibs. 27c PEACHES-Libby's Black Label 2 No. 2'/2 Cans PEACHES-Extra Fancy Dried In Cello Pkg., Ib SALMON--Fancy E l-Pound Cans Pink 25c Libby's Fancy Red, pound can SUGAR--Cloth Bag 10 Pounds 49C ORANGES--Florida 96 Size Dozen 45c 3 Pound Can . . CRISCO 55c SALADA TEA T /2 Pound, Green T /z Pound, Black ........ 34c PINEAPPLE, Libby's Fancy Crushed or Tid-Bits 9 01. 15c FOLGER'S COFFEE Pound Can 29c 2 Pounds 56c SAM'S SPECIAL OFFERINGS RAISINS, 2 Pound Pkg. 15' COLBY CREAM LAKE THEATRE Last Time Thursday "NAUCHTV .MARIETTA" J. MacDortald - Nelson Eddy FRIDAY - SATURDAY. SHIRLEY TEMPLE Df "THE LITTLE COLONEL" Also LAUREL AND HARDY COMEDY, Two Shirley Temple Polls Will Be Given Away. Adults 36c Children lOc Special, Ib. TEA, Pound Pkg. 19' SUGAR, 10 Ibs. with order Complete Line of CHICK FEEDS At Very Reasonable Prices SYRUP, No. 10 Pail 45' CRACKERS, 2 Pound Box..... 15' 25' OATMEAL, 8 Pounds ONION SETS--Red, White or Yellow, 4 Ibs. SUNBRITE CLEANSER, Can 4' FLOUR, "Our Special" Each Sack Guaranteed 49 Pounds- $| 0 59 Special *MUSTARD, Quart Jar 10 BLACKBERRIES No. 2 -I AC Can JL V LYE, 3 Cans 21 BUTTER* -- Creamery Any Brand, Q'f C ib J JL WASHING SODA, 2'/ 2 Ib. 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