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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 18, 1934
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FOUR iMASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 18 1934 Former Engineer for Milwaukee Here Dies Word was received here Wednesday of the death of Marvin Payne. 50, former local resident, who died Tuesday at Hardinsburgh, Ky., following a lingering illness. Mr. Payne was an engineer for the Milwaukee railroad out of Mason City and Mitchell, S. Dak., for 25 years. In November he moved from here to Help nature dear up the blotches and make yout akin lovelier the safe easy ··^ w»j--use bland, effective ^ Resinol Hardinsburgh. Burial will be made Thursday in Harned, Ky., according to word received by the local Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engtaemen. Mr. Payne was unmarried. Parole Violation Is Charge Up to Kepler Judge M. H. Kepler took under advisement Wednesday afternoon the application of the state to revoke the parole of Magnus Christiansen granted some years ago when he was up on a manslaughter charge in conection with the death of a little girl. The state's contention is that Christiansen violated the parole. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 "OPEN FOR BUSINESS" Yes, we are--and ready to serve you with an unusually fine stock of evergreens, shrubs, shade trees, plants, etc. Strictly fresh stock--not the kind that has been wrapped or packed for several months, but fresh from the soil. Whether you want one shrub or a whole landscape layout, come out and look this stock over. Pick out what you want 1 --pay cash for it and take it with you. Consult us for advice on planting problems. It costs you nothing. PROSPERITY GARDENS HERMAN M. KNUDSON, Prop. 13th Street Southeast and Federal Avenue South VERA HAtE," Whltwbore, Tea* "Every month I felt tired »nd:Worn out and suffered cramping painsi -Lydia.E. PiniLam'c Tab, lea eased the pain tad niu- regulated me." AVOID Periodic Disturbances by taking tfiess Tablets in time Take them regularly all through the month and notice the difference. These little chocolate coated Tablets do more than relieve the present pain and discomfort. They help to correct the CAUSE of the trouble. If yours is not a surgical case, persistent use should prevent future disturbances. "I saw your Tablets advertised in Comfort and took two bottles: I used to have awful pains it my side and legs and would star in bed two days; Since I took these Tablets I do not suffer."--May Crampon, K.F.D. #2, Btx X f BlytbeuxaJ, South Carolina. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S TABLETS Convenient Purse Size::: 50 cents i-,-. At All Drug Stores JUNIORS PLAN ANNUAL BANQUET Seniors to Be Entertainec at Country Club May 19. CLEAR LAKE, April 18.--Th date of Saturday, May 19, has been chosen for the annual high schoo social function for the upper class men, the junior-senior banquet. Th Clear Lake Country club will be th scene of the affair. Harper Joslyn, president of th junior class, has announced his com mittees who ·are making plans fo the event. Faculty sponsors of th junior class are assisting studen committees. The committees follow: Program Mrs. Mildred Hallowell, Kathleen Watts, Arlene Thompson, Ronald Rawson, Robert Thompson. Bernice Brox; decorations, Miss Hazel Mul down, Margaret Marie Wurtzer Izetta Bacon, Evelyn Mitchell, Jean Seisseger, Irma Peterson and Arlene Gagnon; menu and invitations, Miss Aileen Witmer, Madge Baker, Irene Austin, Marian Eliasen, Genevieve Estergard and Alice Juhl; trans portation, w. M.,Judy, Harper Joslyn and Arthur Canfield. Other officers of the junior class who are assisting with arrangements are Bill Braheny, vice president Keith Holt, treasurer and Rober; Thompson, secretary. Movie of Norway to Be Given as Benefit CLEAR LAKE, April 18.--The latest movie of Norway will be given as a benefit for the Band Mothers' club at the high school auditor- urn Friday night. The picture Includes scenes of the enormous fish- Ties and whaling activities of the D A IS IT Theater * « «» A Clear Lake Wednesday "KING FOB A NIGHT" Don't Miss This Thursday -- Friday "THE LONE COWBOY" Why Dread Motherhood? Mrs. L. S. McCurdy o£ 103 E. 4th St. McCook, Nebr., says: "During expectancy I was very nervous and felt tired and weary. I was subject to headaches and dizzy spells. I used several bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and t certainly did me z world of good. Jt quieted my nerves, drove away the headaches and dizzy spells." Sold by all druggists. New size, tablets SO cts., liquid Jl.OO. In Spite Of a Factory Price Advance We Ve Still ProtectingOur Customers by offering UNIVERSAL GAS RANGES at No Advance and We Give You for Your Old Stove $59-50 And Your Old Stove $5 DOWN BALANCE. MONTHLY Many Models to Choose From! Broiling Is truly RToefcrnfztf/ with tht ntw Improved drop front In.A'Drawer Broittr. It operate) likt a filing cabinet drawer, 7ht Slmmtr-Sayt Bamtr glvtt a contra/fas' bottins n*a( oc the clitic of a sos cock* tt ktepi 8 quarts ot liquid at the bolting mint wild eat-foarth I At sos ytatially wifrf. CURRIE-VAN NESS CO. COMING TO SURF CLEAR LAKE, April 18.-Jimmy Joy and his outstanding band from Kansas City, who made many friends In Clear Lake at their last engagements here last summer, will return this week to play Thursday and Saturday nights at the Surf ballroom. This band Is being brought to the ballroom with no advance in prices, according to C. J. Fox, manager. Arctic, the somber, mysterious fjords, the picturesque landscape of rugged mountains and valleys. Sonje Henie, the champion woman skater of the world and ski jumpers hold- ng international records are among ;he great sport events which will e shown. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Seed potatoes, $1 bushel. Ph. 8F3. Miss Janet Olson returned to her lorae after a five weeks' visit in 'ort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Tod Kennedy and immy Dickirson and Mrs. V. Ken- .edy have moved into their new ome which has recently been com- leted on Division street. Strictly Fresh Pike at Watkins ife. The Pythian Sisters and Knights f. Pythias will hold a joint supper it the I. O. p. F. hall Thursday night at 6:30. The committee in harge includes Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Halvorson, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wood- tock, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Myhr and Mrs. A. I. Sondrol. Among those from Clear Lake who ttended the young democratic dis- rict rally at Cresco Tuesday were ·. and Mrs. Elias Kelroy, Barry Jraheny, Miss Betty Braheny and Serald Brooks. Speakers at the ban- juet were Mrs. Alex Miller, secre- ary of state; Edward O'Connor, at- omey general, both of Des Moines; nd E J. Fueling, state democratic hairman, New Hampton. Catholic Ladies' Aid supper Thursday, Parish hall, 25c. Miss Dorothy RIner returned ?uesday night from a week's visit with Miss Barbara Ott, librarian at Carleton college. Northfield, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wood are he parents of a daughter born at ieir home east of Clear Lake Tutjs- day noon. Lloyd Kuby and brother, Bobert Ruby, both of Sheldon, now students if Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, visited at the Rev. B. '. Riner home over the week-end. The boys formerly were in Mr. Riner's scout troop in Sheldon. For Sale--Cookstove. Phone 444. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phelan of Ma;on City have rented the McPeak :ottage on the north shore for the season. A meeting of the Clear Lake gro- ers is to be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the city hall to rganize a grocer and food distribu- ors code authority. The meeting is !eing sponsored by the Clear Lake Commercial club. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beery and son, Billy, plan to vacate the W. A. Tayor house on South East street and o move into a cottage on the Camp bounds. C. D. A. card benefit, city hall, Triday. Quilt given away. Mr. and Mrs. George Klaner of Chicago, Mrs. Blanche Collins and tfrs. Lillian 'Thompson, both of Boone, are houseguests of Mr. and !. Tom Arthur at their cottage n Glen Cove drive. Mrs. Collins is a sister of Mrs. Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Power and Joe Manning plan to move Thursday rom their Eadmar hotel apartment, Vlason City, to their cottage, Glen 'ilia, on Glen Cove drive. Thursday--Waffle supper at Zion Lutheran church, sponsored by Deborah circle, 5. Dance at Surf ballroom. Jimmy Joy playing. Pythian sisters and Knights' dinner at L O. O. F. hall at 6:30. Sorosis club meets at Mrs. Frank Rich home. Dorcas circle of Zion Lutheran church at Mrs. Carl Christenseu home. Cerro Gordo rural W. C. T. U. at Mrs. Wayne Wolford home. Catholic Ladies' Aid supper at 'parish hall. D. of U. V. meets at Legion clubrooms, 7:30, initiation and refreshments. Royal club meets at Mrs. Melvin Werle's, assisted by Mrs. D D. Dye. Friday--Rebekah social circle at I. O. O. F. hall. Christian Workers meet at Mrs. Arleigh Eddy home, North Eta street. C. D. A. card benefit at city hall. Lake township Farm Bureau at Frank Rich home. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom, _ Jimmy Joy playing. A man can dress to look young, mt he can't hide his interest in a iscussion of gall bladders.--Un- oln Star. 3eer Permits Granted to Local Businesses CLEAR LAKE,' April IS.--Class 3 beer permits were granted by the ity council to S. J. Humphrey, op- rating as the Clear Lake cafe, E. F. Celroy operating as the Elks smoke hop, and Dorothy Stevenson operating as the Shady Beach Monday light at the special meeting. A class C permit was granted to X D. Dye, operating at the Home Oil company. A resolution was also passed fix- ng the salaries and wages of all ity employes not already fixed by aw. No changes were made in the cale adopted when city officials vere rehircd. TRACK ENTRIES GOTOI.S.LC, Seven Lions to Make Trip Saturday; Lane Is Ineligible. CLEAR LAKE, April 18.--Coach Chris Johnston plans to take seven of the trackmen to Cedar Falls Saturday to enter the Iowa State Teachers' college relays in which high schools from all parts of the state will participate. Entries include Liens in shotput and discus, Miller in javelin throw, Joslyn in high hurdles and Myhr in high jumps. The absence of Jim Lane from the outfit this week because of scholarship ineligibility leaves a gap for one of the 220 yard sprints. This is Lane's first ineligibility during his two years in high school. A medley relay race will also be entered by the Lions with Tom Wood running the 880, Joslyn the 220, Rawson or Taylor the 220 and Huey or J. Jensen the 440. Clear Lake Calendar IS ENTIRELY WELL SINCE SHE BEGAN THE NEW GLY-CAS Mrs. McWirt Had Suffered Most of Her Life With Constipation, and Indigestion, Could Find Nothing to Help Her Until She Tried New Herbal Remedy. Hundreds upon hundreds of Mason City residents and people of this entire section are now enjoying good and glorious health after a short Teatment of this new herbal Gly- 2as. Many who had never before been given any actual relief by any SIRS. McWIKT other medicine or treatment. And never a day goes by but that some- e stops into the Michael Drug Co., So. Federal Ave., to tell them how vonderful Gly-Cas has acted in reaching their stubborn or severe case. Read what Mrs. Vivian Mc- Wirt, respected lady of this vicinity said recently to the Gly-Cas Man: "I am really anxious to tell othe? jeople about a medicine as wonder- ul as this new Gly-Cas," she said. 'Most of my life I had been consti- iated, suffered greatly from bloat- ng and gas. Regardless of what I ate it would cause me suffering af- erwards, and I went on this way for ears before I found Gly-Cas. Everything I tried before was the same tory, other medicines couldn't get o the source of my trouble. But ; ly-Cas was different for now I feel am entirely well, bowels regular, at and sleep good, and no more eart palpitation or gas formations. t is a grand feeling to be able to it down to a meal, able to eat any- iing put before me without any ear of that awful suffering afterwards. I hope all similar sufferers vill not hesitate to try this new Gly-Cas, for it gives just the results undreds are looking for." Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drug )o.. 5 South Federal Ave.. Mason :ity, Iowa. MR. FISH RITES TO BE FRIDAY Milne to Conduct Services for Retired Farmer at Residence. CLEAR LAKE, April "18.--FU neral services for William T. Fish 69, will be held at the residence on 215 South Oak street Friday after noon at 2:30 oclock. The Rev. W. B Milne, pastor of the Congregationa church, will officiate. Mr. Fish died Tuesday morning al his home from a heart attack. He was born in Adams county, Wis. Oct. 27, 1864. He moved with his mother to Iowa in June, 1866, to what is known as the Parker farm on the north shore where they livec for nine years. He later moved to Ventura where he was active in community affairs all his life, being associated with the Farmers Co-Operative elevator and at the time of his death was a director in the Ventura bank. He was married to Caroline Lang- erberg on May 15, 1917, and since thr.t time they made their home on 215 South Oak street in this city. He is survived by his widow and sister, Sarah. [)avis Is Sentenced on Reckless Driving Charge CLEAR LAKE, April 18--Charles Davis was sentenced to $100 fine or 30 days in the county jail before C. W. Wallace, justice of peace, Tuesday afternoon. Davis, who was charged with reckless driving, was unable to pay the fine and chose the jail sentence. Some people go back to visit the old home town, and some never save up enough to make a big show.-Fountain Inn Tribune. IS EPILEPSY INHERITED? CAN IT BE CURED? A booklet containing the opinions of famous doctors on this Interesting subject will be sent FREE, while they last, to any reader writing' to the Educational Division, Dept. 209. 545 Fifth Ave., New York. N. Y. Nobody finds a. constant chlH To be exactly pleasing, Nobody seems to get a thrill From sitting round and freezing. Order Great-Heart for your inspection, And you will win the family affection. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. PHONE 888 Before It's loo Late J, MILLER HELD TO GRAND JURY Charged With Driving While Intoxicated; Speeders Are Checked. J. G. Miller, Luverne, waived preliminary hearing before John C. Shipley, police judge, Wednesday morning and was held to the grand jury on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. His bond was fixed at J300. He was arrested at the intersection of First street an North Federal avenue at about 9:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. Richard Stewart, 724 Van Buren avenue southwest, was fined 510 and costs on a charge of intoxication. He was arrested at his home about midnight. Rex Harpster, junior college student, 204 Second street northeast, was fined 510 and costs for reckless driving. He was arrested Tuesday evening as he turned on to Delaware avenue from State street during a wild chase in a class fight. John Snyder, Jr., 1437 North Federal avenue, forfeited a ?5 bond posted when he was arrested Tuesday night for speeding on South Federal avenue. Chief Dan Shire, Capt. James Kelly, John Cunningham and Frank Hesse, of the Mason City fire cle-' partmcnt, attended the banquet oC the Forest City fire department Tuesday evening at Forest City. The banquet was attended by members of the Forest City fire department, the city council, retired and honorary members of the fire department. Talks were given by members of the council and fire department. Chief Shire spoke on the use of salvage covers. ALWAYS DEAD TIRED? How sad! Sallow complexion, coated tongue, poor appetite, bad breath, pimply skin and always tired. What's wrong? Chances are you're poisoned by clogged bowels and inactive liver. Take this famous prescription used constantly in place of calomel by men and women for 20 years--Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. They are harmless yet very effective. A compound of vegetable ingredients. They act easily upon the bowels, help free the system of poison caused by faulty elimination and tone up liver. Rosy cheeks, clear eyes and vouthful energy make a success of v life. Take Dr. Edwards Olive Tablet, nightly. Know them by their olive color. 15c, 30c and 60c. All druggists. SEE OUR WINDOW . . . COMPARE OUR VALUES Extra Chance tor Alterations Special Sale Men's Extra Pants FROM OUR 2-PANT SUIT STOCK 375 pairs to select from. Finest all-wool imported and domestic fabrics, taken from our regular 2-pant suit stock. Strictly hand- tailored workmanship. Handsome patterns in shades of brown, blue, oxford grey and mixtures. Your opportunity for real savings. $^98 Values up to 57.50 4 SOUTH FEDERAL ONLY 3 MORE DAYS LEFT OF THE STEVENS SHOE SALE! THIS IS THE END! EVERYTHING WILL GO! THE DOORS CLOSE AND THE STORE MUST BE CLEARED SATURDAY NITE, APRIL 21. WE'RE NOT FOOLING! YOUR CHOICE Any Shoe in the Store WOMEN'S MEN'S CHILDREN'S ANYTHING YOU CAN SEE PER PAIR FLORSHEIMS, WALK-OVERS, FORBUSH and JOHNSON, STEPHENS SHINKLE SHOES ARE INCLUDED BARGAIN TABLEI2 WOMEN'S SHOES CHILDREN'S SHOES RUBBERS OVERSHOES TENNIS and FELT SHOES PER PAIR ONE RACK OF WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES Whites, Blacks, Browns. AH sizes but broken lots. 105 N. Federal Ave. Phone 519

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