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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 13, 1934
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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 'APRIL 13 1934 Committee Approves } Bill for Regulation I of Communications - : WASHINGTON. April 13. OP)-'The modified Dill-Rayburn till for federal regulation of communica- ,'tions was approved today by the 'Senate Interstate commerce com- ·.mittee. * The bill, introduced by recommen- '-dation of President Roosevelt, would 'create a communications commis- -»ton of five members to take over from the interstate commerce commission supervision of telephone and telegraph companies and from the radio commission jurisdiction over radio communication facilities. The modified bill would give the commission authority to inquire into contracts between affiliated companies for services and equipment and recommend to congress whether legislation should be enacted to permit them to void or modify such contracts. The bill also would permit the president to take over the communications systems in time of war or on the threat of war. IT PAYS TO SOW GOOD SEED WE HAVE THE BEST VIJSW* NORTHRUP. KING CLOVE AND ALFALFA SEE Germination and Purity Guaranteed NORTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTING CO., Inc. 4S6 SECOND ST. N. E. MASON CITY, IOWA CORRECTION In the Betty Jane advertisement appearing in Thursday's Globe-Gazette the three fur coats advertised as HUDSON SEAL COATS are NORTHERN SEAL COATS selling at this sale for $39.50 each. The Beaver Coat is a Mendosa Beaver Coat and the Otter Coat is a Hair Seal Coat, both selling for $39.50 each in size 16 only. Betty Jane Dress Shop MURRAY RULED DISTRICT JUDGE Tinley's Claim to Office Is Rejected in Decision by Judge Lovejoy. LOGAN, April 13. M--Judge A. B. Lovejoy of Waterloo today ruled that J. A. Murray of Logan is holder of the office of judge in the fifteenth judicial district claimed by John P. Tinley of Council Bluffs. Murray was on the stand two hours Wednesday giving evidence in his own behalf. Tinley made no defense. The court ruling came after Tinley was in default of a motion for dismissal. Murray assumes the duties of judge immediately. He will finish out the March term of court in Pottawattamie county at which Tinley has been presiding. Murray was appointed judge by Governor Turner in October, 1932, to fill the vacancy created by the death of Judge J. S. Dewell. Attorney General Fletcher gave the opinion that the vacancy should be filled at the November, 1932 election. Tinley, a democrat, won over Murray, a republican, Since the election Tinley has been acting as judge. Murray contended he was entitled to the office since the vacancy was created within 30 days prior to the election. Murray practiced law here from 1911 until the time he was appointed judge. Plant at Waterloo Damaged by Flames WATERLOO, April 13. UP)--Fire started by an explosion in the ena- mel'baiting room and resulting water damage caused an estimated $5,000 loss today at the plant of the Herrick Refrigerator and Cold Storage company. Of the MB Englishmen who were thrown into the Black Hole of Calcutta, during the Sepoy rebellion, only 24 were alive next morning. PHONE 888 BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE Our Baby Poco Coal wins by comparison. Buy your coal on our money-back guarantee. It's easy to fire with BABY POCO. FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY 1311 SOUTH FEDERAL Beautiful TABLE LAMPS Values to 87.50 YOUR CHOICE OF THE HOUSE! When Purchased in Combination with a New REFLECTOR TYPE FLOOR LAMP From One Choice Group A Truly Worthwhile Offer Think of it! Your choice of any table lamp in our large stock for only $1 --beautiful new spring designs, not out-of-date stock, they're actual values to $7.50. You acquire one of the wonderful'new reflector type lamps plus the table lamp at almost the price of the floor lamp alone. Come in tomorrow . . . make your selection while the stock is complete! One Group Better Grade REFLECTOR FLOOR LAMPS The lowest price we ever made on new REFLECTOR F L O O R LAMPS, several designs to choose from, priced complete with bulbs for only and 95c Down--$1.00 a Month PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC Co. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor Residence Phone 310-W LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising OFFICE PHONE NO. 239 Residence Phone 67 MASON GITYANS RENT COTTAGES North Shore of Lake Is Popular Place for Sport Lovers. CLEAR LAKE, April 13.--Local realtors are busy these days providing summer cottages for folks wishing to take them for the season. A large number have been rented on the north shore. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Dusenberg and son of Mason City have rented the Mrs. Dodge cottage near the Clear Lake Country club and plan to take possession today. From Clarion. The C. A. Smith family of Clarion has rented the Benbow Inn on the north shore but have not yet moved in. L. S. Putraan, salesman for the S and R garage, Mason City, plans to spend the summer in the Dr. Long cottage, "Pair-a-Docs," across from the golf links. Mr. and Mrs. Lee P. Loomis, Mason City, have rented the Edgewater Beach cottage on this shore which they occupied last summer. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Humphrey and son, former local residents, will occupy the Mickey cottage on this shore. Mr. Humphrey is head of the United Financial Service, Mason City. E. W. Horton, a Lapiner garage salesman, has rented the Campbell cottage on Glen Cove drive in Camp Ground addition. Move to Oakwood. Bob Robinson who spent the winter in Mason City has moved into the C. F. Christensen cottage at Oakwood park on the south shore. Mrs. G. E. Troeger who spent the winter with the I. J. Diggs family has returned to her cottage, "Miune- ha-ha," on First street for the summer. Miss Gertrude Grupp, employe of Vance Music store, Mason City, will return again this year to the Dodge Inn cottage on Jefferson street. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Stephenson and daughter plan to move this week-end into one of the Geist Park cottages. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Thompson of Mason City plan to return to "Stony Croft" cottage in Geist park this season. Mr. Thompson is cashier of the Northwest Savings bank, Mason City. Clear Lake Calendar Saturday--Track meet, Clear Lake vs. Mason City at Mason City. Dance at Surf ballroom, "Cec" Hurst playing. 'londay--Wa-Tan-Ye club meets at library clubrooms. Clear Lake Churches C. Mickey, Miss Braheny Are Married iervices for Local Girl Were Held at Gary on Monday. CLEAR LAKE, April 13.--Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Braheny,-West North ;reet, announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Genevieve raheny, to Ralph C. Hickey of Des foines. The ceremony was per- ormed Monday, April 9, at Gary, nd., with the Rev. Father Edwards fficiating. The bride had been employed in ie office of W. F. Ingraham, superintendent of the Chicago Milwaukee ad St. Paul railroad office at Mara City, until her marriage. Mr. ickey is demurrage inspector for he Rock Island railroad. After a short wedding trip they ill make their home at 4218 Uni- ersity avenue, Des Moines. CLEAR LAKE CHURCHES as «ijO)l« «»'«»tl» B g- Jo-jut f "" METHODIST Saturday--P a s t o r's instruction class for pre-high school age group. Church school, 9.45, Sunday. Morning worship at 11, sermon topic, "The Sovereignty of God." Junior Epworth league at 2:30. Intel-mediate and senior leagues at 6:30. Evening worship at 7:30.--B. W. Riner, pastor. ZION LUTHERAN Confirmation class Saturday at 9 o'clock. Sunday school at 0:45 with classes for all ages. Morning wor- shio at 11. Sermon theme, "The Sheep-Fold." John 10:1-10. Music by the vested junior and senior choirs. Deborah circle waffle supper Thursday night at 5 at church.--H. O. Urness, pastor. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30.--S. M. Stenby, pastor. CHRIST SCIENTIST Bible schol at 10. Morning serv- 'ces at 11, topic, "Are Sin, Disease and Death Real?" ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Mass at 10. Confessions Saturday, 4 to 5 o'clock.--Edward Supple, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST Bible school at 10 followed by Dommunion services."--Frank Long, S. S. Supt. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school at 10. Preaching services at 11. Young People's meeting at 6:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30.--Mrs. H. M. Dunsmore and James Miller, pastors. Hardin and Hamilton Counties to Support Work Relief Program DES MOINES, April 13. Hardin and Hamilton counties toda; agreed to work relief programs to replace or partly replace direct poo relief after conferences with th state emergency relief administra tors. After a similar conference Hum bodt county supervisors took un der consideration the matter o making this change which entail an increase of about 25 per cent relief cost. The county at presen is free from bonded indebtedness. Jasper county representative asked for time to make a furthe effort to determine whether the need federal aid in the administra tion of poor relief. They expresse the belief they would not requir- federal funds. COMEDIANS ARE FEATURED CLEAR LAKE, April IS.--Bert Wlieeler and Robert Woolsey are augmented by Ruth Etting In their musical comedy In "Hips, Hips, Booray," which comes to the Park theater Saturday and Sunday. A jroup of catchy melodies and reels of laughter, music and girls in .vhlch Thelma Todd and Dorothy Lee are featured is Included. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Try Diamond Half and Half Bread. 'our dealer has it. Kuglcr's mechanical show, Band Mothers benefit, Sat, 5 and lOc. Miss Oreta Minette plans to leave onight for Minneapolis where she ·ill be the guest of Miss Hazel -Crumholz over the week-end and ttend a farewell party given for lias Krumholz who will sail on a outh American trip. Opening--Villa Tea Room, by Mrs. Ned O'Neill, Sunday. Dinner t 1, lunch 11:30-1:30, dinner 5:30:30. Reservations appreciated but ot necessary. Ph. 271W. Mid-Continent Station, W. Second .t., now open for business. James 'onibear, Mgr. Dr. E. "L. Wnrtzer left Friday for Cedar Rapids where he will attend a leeting of the Lynn county Medical ociety this afternoon and evening. He will attend the Iowa Clinical so- iety at Otumwa Saturday, returning home Saturday. Let us help you with your spring .ousecleaning. Send ua your rugs, rapes, curtains, blankets and win- er garments. Neal the Cleaner. Mrs. Mollle Wellmon has returned o her home on West Second street after spending the winter in Long Beach, Cal. Watklns Cafe open for business lunday, April 15. We clean Rugs, Drapes and Cur- ains. Neal the Cleaner. Ph. 312. W. H. Considine, North Fifth treet, is spending several days at (Vaterloo on business. Send your Rugs, Drapes, Cur- ains, Blankets to Neal the Cleaner. h. 312. R. C. Meier attended the funeral if his father at Clinton this week. His mother accompanied him home or a short stay. lost: Men's special glasses with white gold rim. Ph. 376. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Culver plan to return this week-end from Minneapolis where they are spending severa days attending to business. Salesman with good quality knil suits and dresses will have his line on display Saturday. Select your garment and made to measure Oluf T. Hansen. Mrs. Neal Is Ihosen Head of Lake Club Kathleen McCormick Tells Play Production Contest. CLEAR LAKE, April 13.--The final luncheon of the year of the Altrurian club was held Thursday noon at the Villa tearoom, South Fourth street. Officers for the coming year were elected, Mrs. Everett Neal being: named president; Mrs. Roy Fetersen, vice president; Mrs. David Daven- jort, secretary, and Mrs. Conrad M. Pederson, treasurer. Miss Kathleen McCormick gave an account of her recent trip to !owa City as an entrant in the play contest. She also reviewed several of the plays presented in the contest. It was announced that the Al- rurian club would have charge of :he luncheon to be held at the Clear l.ake Country club, April 25, for the county Women's Federated club session. * * * MRS. YELLAND REVIEWS PLAY FOR LAKE CLUB Twentieth Century club members were guests of Mrs. J. W. Pattie North Third street, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Gladys Yelland reviewec :he play, "Mary of Scotland," bj Maxine Anderson for the group. * * * SOROSIS CLUB IS POSTPONED FOR WEEK The Sorosis club which was sched uled to meet Thursday afternoon a the Mrs. F. A. Rich home, east o: Jlear Lake, was postponed unti next week because of illness. Mrs Will Scherf will lead the lesson on Iowa history. Minneapolis County Attorney Assistant Found Dead in Auto MINNEAPOLIS, Aprils 13. C3 Leo J. Gleason, assistant Hennepin county attorney, was found dead to day in his parked car in front of a fire station. His body, discovered by two firemen, was taken to tin county morgue where a post mortem was to be performed to determine the cause of death. Authorities saic there were no marks of violence or indications of foul play. Bill Barring Loans to Defaulters Gets Roosevelt Approval WASHINGTON, April 13. (/Pi- President Roosevelt today signed the Johnson bill prohibiting, financial transactions with foreign governments which have defaulted in their debt obligations to the United States. Cuba's new president has been in long enough to sit for his photo graph. His predecessors of the pas six months were snapshots.--Sayan nah Morning News. MRS. ASHLAND DIES AT HOME is Survived by Four Sons and Two Daughters Living Locally. CLEAR LAKE, April 13.--Mrs. O. C. Ashland, 72, died at her home the corner of Benton and North' ast streets, late Thursday even- ng. She had been ill for two weeks and died with a heart attach. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church at 2:30 o'clock with the Rev. 5. W. Riuer officiating. Burial will be made in Clear Lake. Mrs. Ashland came to this coun- ry at an early age, since then mak- ng her home in Iowa. She is survived by her husband, O. C. Ashland, two daughters, Mary and Crystal Ashland, 1 living at home and four sons, Cornelius E. Ashland, Anders Ashland, Irving Ishland and L. Earl Ashland, all of Hear Lake. The body is at the Williams funeral home. Hopkins to Leave for Washington Saturday DBS MOINES; April 13, OB--P. F. Hopkins, Iowa PWA engineer, plans to leave Saturday for Washington where he will confer with national PWA officials on details concerning about 80 projects still pending in Iowa. O A S I S Opposite Fairgrounds NO COVER CHARGE TONITE--FRIDAY 13th ? LUCKY NITE ? Come All Ye Superstitious SATURDAY, APRIL 14th All American Kite--Dance Orchestra--Drink--Community style. SUNDAY--Meals, with coffee, tea, milk, Ice cream Monday, April 16th, again GERMAN BEER NIGHT Tell your friends, the more the merrier--German foods, Music, Dance. Tucs., Wed., April 11 and 18 OFFICE EMPLOYES NITES Come with your friends expecting a good time. THURSDAY--SALE NITE J ? Adelina Patti, the famous singer, appeared in a series of concerts with Ole Bull when she was about 10 years of age. T ) A ' D T f T H E A T E K r Jt\ S\ JV CLEAR LAKE Friday -- lOc Plus Tax "KING "OF THE ARENA" Sat., Sun., Wheeler Woolsey "HIPS, HIPS. HOORAY" Butter and Milk Also HALF Whole Wheat and HALF White Bread On All and Sale at Groceries Markets MADE BY CLEAR LAKE BAKERY CLEAR LAKE, IOWA WATCH OCR WINDOW FOR SATURDAY SPECIALS FREE! One Sue Tartarian Honeysuckle given FREE with each purchase amounting to $1.50 or more. This special offer starts Saturday and will continue as long as our supply of Honeysuckles lasts. Saturday, April 14, Only BARBERRY THUNBERGI. Special price, Saturday LAWN GRASS SEED, 15 '/i ounces in shaker-top bos. The ideal mixture for heavy lawn in short time. Formerly 75c. Special for Saturday at 25 GLADIOLA BULBS, mixed. This special price Saturday 59c HENRY FIELD SEED STORE 514 South Federal Ave. 1'hone 370 Mason City, Iowa Buy Your New UNIVERSAL GAS RANGE NOW . . . WE'LL GIVE YOU « fl A FOR YOUR 9 1 If OLD STOVE! Our SPRING SAVING SALE means real savings for you! And you can't go wrong on a UNIVERSAL ... All porcelain enamel, automatic oven heat control, self lighting top burners, in-a-drawer broiler, two convenient service drawers and a host of other features! $5 DOWN Balance Monthly CURRIE-VAN NESS CO.

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