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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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APRIL 12 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINETEEN WANTS TO KEEP OUT OF TROUBLE U. S. Disapproves of Its Citizens Fighting for Other Nations. WASHINGTON, April 12. C-P)-The state department stepped backward today from possible complicity in any South American or other war activity. Taking unusual notice of reports that Colombia had hired 24 American aviators, and was seeking to give contracts to 50 more through its consul general in New York, the department issued a notice last night, saying: "The United States disapproves of American citizens taking service in the armed forces of any foreign government and if Americans do so it is on their sole responsibility and risk and they cannot look to their government for protection while in such services." The state department warned further that any American aviators holding U. S. army reserve commissions would forfeit them upon entering military service of another country. 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A BIG cake, half again larger than the average toilet soap, \ ! .t is today selling at the lowest price in history. Be sure to ask for Kirk's Castile by name--at your grocer's. Ing the South American republic. But the diplomatic agency took care to add its policy is "to refrain scrupulously from permitting its facilities to be used by either party in preparation for possible hostilities" between countries on the American continent. May Give Up Plans to Consolidate Mail Terminals at Omaha WASHINGTON, April 12. (£)-- Possibiiity that the proposed consolidation of mail terminals at Omaha and Council Bluffs may be thwarted loomed today after postal officials received protests filed by lowans. The consolidation was ordered by Postmaster General Farley, but has been withheld following a hearing before him and other postal officials. Protests of Council Bluffs citizens and civic bodies were presented yesterday by Senator Louis Murphy (D) and M. A. Tiuley of Council Bluffs. Murphy told postal heads the emergency railroad consolidation act providing consolidation of railroads and railroad terminal facilities should not result in the discharge of any person now employed. 7th District Demos Meet at Atlantic ATLANTIC, April 12. UP--Democratic committeemen and leaders of the seventh congressional district gathered here today to make plans for the congressional and state campaigns. E. J. Feuling, state democratic chairman, and Mike P. Conway, district chairman, presided. William P. Welch, Logan attorney, candidate for the democratic nomination for congressman in the seventh district, was among those attending. Middle class: Those who love good morals and bad art.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. Student Special 25--Sxa Prints and 1--8xlU Hand Painted in Oil Photograph for only $5.85 RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ph. 3372 Bagley-Beck Bldg. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor Residence Phone 310-VV OFFICE PHONE NO. 239 LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 DRAMA, "MATES," GIVEN FOR POST F. T. Schwob, Deputy Game Warden, Addresses Legion Men. CLEAR LAKE, April 12.--The Stafford post of the American Legion heard a talk by F. T. Schwob, deputy game warden, at the regular monthly session Wednesday. The three primary items to be considered for the fish and game are shelter, home, food and water, according to the speaker. He plans to have an expert from Michigan visit the lake and vicinity in the near future and to give his analysis of the lake. A group of Legionairres from Mason City, Tirn Phelau, Lester Whip- plen and Frank Les. presented a war drama, entitled, "Mates," for the group. A dinner was served to about 40 in the Legion clubrooms by a committee consisting of Jens Wind, Henry Kimmel, Burt Ballard, Hugh Kilburne and S. J. Humphrey. Crescent Club Has Luncheon at School. CLEAR LAKE, April 12.--Members of the home economics department of the high school served luncheon to the Crescent club members Thursday noon at the high school. Proceeds of this luncheon will be used to assist a needy girl in the senior class at graduation. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Owl's club formal dinner dance at Clear Lake Country club. City council meets. Saturday--Dance and spring style show at Surf ballroom, "Cec" Hurst playing. P A R K CLEAR LAKE Thursday -- Friday KEN MAYNARD in ·TUNG OF THE ARENA" lOc Plus Tax GREATER SATISFACTION AND LOYALTY OF Westinghouse REFRIGERATOR OWNERS · No matter what you are looking for in your electric refrigerator, you will find it in one of the twelve beautiful Westinghouse models. With an amazing combination of 32 important features, Westinghouse enjoys leadership of all makes in owner loyalty and absolute satisfaction. Why not commence enjoying this care-free method at once? We will gladly explain how little it costs, on convenient terms. Corne i n . . . today! CURRIE-VAN NESS COMPANY DEALER FOR MASON CITY -- CLEAR LAKE -- MANLY -- NORA SPRINGS CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Try Diamond Half and Half. Your dealer has it. Roy Stanfield, Baysldo Park, made a business trip to Cresco, Leroy and Austin, Minn., Tuesday. Skelly gasoline greater mileage and performance. Home Oil Co. "~LeKoy Mitchell of Cedar Rapids is visiting this week with friends in Clear Lake. He formerly attended high school here. Rebekah home talent play, "Home Sweet Home," Fri. night, I. O. O. F. hall. 25c-15c. Claire Chapman who has been attending a CCC camp in Missouri has returned to his home for a stay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Etna Chapman, South Fourth street. Docks put in by hour or contract. Phone 37-F-3, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Max Deitrich who live north of Ventura are the parents of a son born at their farm home Tuesday. He has been named Larry Maynard and is the second child in the family. Mr. and Mrs. C. Murphy and family of Nora Springs have moved to Clear Lake. This family lived here several years ago. Mid-Continent Station, W. Second St., now open for business. James Conibear, Mgr. Paul Davison plans to move this week-end to Iowa Falls where he will join his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foster and son, Ellis Foster, returned Wednesday night to their home on North Second street, from a week's stay at Clinton, 111., where they were called by the illness of Mr. Foster's brother, Lewis Foster, Kenny, 111. The Fosters formerly lived near Clinton. Watkins Cafe open for business Sunday, April 15. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Redfearn and daughter, Enola, have moved into their cottage at Dodge's Point after spending the winter in an apartment at the Hotel Rogers. Mrs. Redfearn and daughter plan to visit friends in Sabula, 111., for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Loebscher of Rock Island, 111., are houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Liesenberg, South Second street. Mr. Loebscher is sales manager of a. cigar company. James Conibear lias opened his oil station on West Second street this spring with a new line of products. He is selling the Continental line. Mrs. A. E. Peterson Attends S e r v i c e s for Mother, Mrs. Bascombe CLEAR LAKE, April 12.--Mrs. A. E. Peterson, North Second street, returned Wednesday night from Charles City where she attended the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Alice Bascombe, who died in her home at Des Moines Monday. Although she had been in poor health for several years she was seriously ill only two two days. Mrs. Bascombe has visited several summers with her daughter here. She was born in Waymouth, England, coming to his country with her parents at the age of four and settling at Stacyville. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Drury of Marshalltown, daughter and son-in- law of Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, also attended the services at Charles City. Mrs. Eddy Is Named Head of Bridge Club CLEAR LAKE April 12.--Mrs. Arleigh Eddy was named president of the Hi-Lo Bridge club and Mrs. Merle Scanlon, secretary and treasurer at the final session held Tuesday at the Mrs. P. D. Leith home. A pot luck luncheon was served at 1 o'clock. Mrs. O'Donnell Rites Will Be Held in Elma ELMA, April 12.--Mrs. Greta Smith O'Donnell, died Wednesday in a Des Moines hospital, following the birth of a daughter a week ago. She was educated at Elkhart. Iowa, and in 1929, was married to Alphonsus O'Donnell. Surviving are three children, two brothers and one sister. Burial will be made in Elma with rites probably Saturday at Immaculate Conception church in charge of the Rev. P. E. Donnelly. 97 Prisoners Given Paroles From Iowa Penal Institutions DES MOINES, April 12. (.?)-Ninety-seven prisoners were paroled from Iowa penal institutions during the first three months of 1934, a survey of state board of parole rec- ods revealed today. Sixty-six of these were from the Anamosa reformatory, 31 from the Fort Madison penitentiary. The number of paroles during the last quarters of the year ran about equal with the average for last year, the records show. Only 25 have been paroled from the women's reformatory at Rockwell City, from July 1, 1932 to April 1, 1934. Total paroles for 1933 were 448, 305 from the Anamosa reformatory. Why should Insull try a new disguise? He got by nicely as a great and good financier.--Dtibuque Telegraph-Herald, Style Show Will Be Added Feature for Surf Ballroom Dance CLEAR LAKE, April 12.--A spring showing of styles for formal party or informal dance wear will be the added feature of the Surf dance Saturday night. All gowns are furnished by the Palais Royal of Mason City, while Mrs. Mayme Moore and Manny Hamburger are in charge of the models. There will be about 20 models in the style show, with each model wearing only one outfit. Those who will appear as models from Clear Lake include Dolores Anderson, Maxine Fox, Bonnie Ticrney, Helen Hendricks and Dorothy DeBruyn. "Cec" Hurst and his band, who are favorites with dancers at the Surf ballroom will furnish music for dancing and for the showing of the styles. Hurst acts as master of ceremonies. Topics of Day Are Discussed by Honor Society of School CLEAR LAKE, April 12.--The regular session of the Semper Fidelis chapter, National Honor society, was held Wednesday night at the high school. A program including bits about topics of the day pertaining to religion, movies the stage and books was given by the committee which included Miss Myrtle Oulman, Margaret Wurtzer and Irene Gardner. A report on "Who's Who" was also given. A dinner was served at 6:30 o'clock by this committee. Plans were made to hold a picnic May 2. A. L. Sherm to Speak to Farm Bureau Group CLEAR LAKE April 12.--The Community Farm Bureau will hold its regular meeting at the Grant school, No. 7, Friday night. A. L, Sherin, Mason City will speak to the group on "Taxation. 1 Others taking part in the program will be Max Zerbel, giving a recitation; Mrs. A. Summers, a solo; and Harvey Peterson, presenting reading. Wayne Wolford and Gaylord Prestholt will also present some musical selections. Following the program a lunch will be served. Watkms Cafe to Open for Business Sunday CLEAR LAKE, April 12.--The Watkins cafe operated by Mr. and Mrs. George Watkins will be opened for the summer season beginning Sunday. Watkins has operated a cafe here for the past 20 years. Arvetta Grell of Garner who has worked several summers at the cafe will return again this season. LIONS TO BE IN PRACTICE MEET 13 Cinder Veterans Are Out for First Work- Outs. CLEAR LAKE, April 12.--About 32 track men reported for the first mt-of-door workouts at the Lions leld Wednesday afternoon under .he direction of Coach Chris Johnston. A practice meet of the Lions and "Mohawks will be held Saturday at \Iason City in preparation for the other meets of the spring. The locals will compete in the North Iowa, conference at Britt, May 5, and is he state elimination meet at Mason 'ity, May 12. There are 13 veterans out with the thin-clads, besides a lot of new material. In the first workouts, the local aggregation appeared strong the weight and jumping events but lacking in sprinters. Josyln, as high hurdler and Myhr as leading high jumper of North Iowa, are probably the most outstanding entrants for the locals. Liens with a stronger physique this year may show up pretty good on the shot put, while Miller may perfect his skill as a high jumper. Lane who is the strongest low hurdler out will enter this event. Among the sprinters are Everett Taylor, Joslyn, Lane, Rawson, Jerry Jensen. Tom Wood, Huey and Ashland. Other veterans from last sea. son are Chizek, shot, discus and javelin thrower, and Pease, pole vaulter. Estegard and Ashland will entei the mile run. Among the relay teams will be Lane, Rawson. Joslyn Taylor, Underkofler or Callanan in the 880; Ashland, Wood, Huey, J. Jensen or Taylor in the mile relay, and Ashland, Wood, Huey, Colgan or J. Jensen in the two mile relay. Among the inexperienced boys working on the track are Braheny Bacon, Colgan, Charlesworth, Cornstock, Fredricksen, Gleason, L. Hill, B. Jacobson, Vic Jensen, Murtaugh, Ostrandcr, Sheehy, Tripp and Myhr HUNT HIJACKED LOAD OF WHISKY Two Men Report They Were Robbed of Their Truck Near Denison. DENISON, April 12. UP)--The vhereabouts of a big red truck carrying 170 cases of whisky was puz- ling Crawford county authorities ere today as they searched for tiree youthful bandits reported to ,ave hijacked the truck yesterday. Two men who gave their names .s J. E. Matin and B. Potanelli, both f Chicago, reported the holdup to he sheriff's office here. They said the three men who were valuing along the highway a mile lorthwest of Denison, approached hem as their truck was climbing a teep hill in low gear. The men boarded the truck and forced them Waffle Supper Planned for Deborah Church Unit CLEAR LAKE, April 12.--The Deborah circle of the Zion Lutheran church met with Mrs. Clarence Lee, North Second street, Wednesday afternoon. Plans were made to hold a waffle supper Thursday, April 19, at the church. Mrs. Kenneth Winnie and Mrs. Milton Olson will entertain the circle May 9 at the Olson home on North Third street. 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Deputies said they had not determined whether or not the ship, mcnt of liquor was government whisky, but that the two men had told them it was consigned from » Chicago distilling firm to a man named James Merrill in Sioux City. Matin and Potanelli said, deputies reported, that they had been hired to truck the whisky from Chicago to Sioux City, The two stayed overnight in a Denison hotel. Rites Held for Belmond Couple's Small Daughter BELMOND, April 12.--Funeral services for Virginia Ellen Fleener, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fleener, who died at the Harve Maeachem home in west Belmond Tuesday night, were held at the Trinity Lutheran church Thursday afternoon with the Rev. B. Guldsetli in charge. The child was ill only a few days. She leaves besides her parents a sister. ...DON'T clip the coupon ... if you are over 55! Since the first announcement of the Provident Provider we have had many thousands of requests for information about this comprehensive retirement plan. 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