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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, April 23, 1934
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 23 1934 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 LUNCHEON FETES MRS, KNUTSON Candidate for Governor Has Busy Week of Speaking Engagements. CLEAR LAKE, April 23.--Mrs .Clarence A. Knutson was guest of honor at a luncheon at Grace Ransom tearooms at DCS Moines today noon. The affair was sponsored by women supporting Mr. Knutson's candidacy for governor. Mrs R. E. Hayden is chairman of the committee in charge. Local women who were guests of the affair were Mrs. H. S. Hushaw, Mrs. O J. King, Mrs. F. L. Knutson and Mrs. W.'H. Ward. Mr. Knutson accompanied his wife as far as Des Moines Monday morning after spending the weekend at his home here. He Is scheduled to address a group at the high school auditorium at Pella tonight; to speak Tuesday morning at breakfast to a Knutson for Governor club for -women at the city hall, Clear Lake; at Forest City at noon, and at Lake Mills In the evening. He Is booked at Chariton courthouse Thursday night and at Lamoni Saturday afternoon at an outdoor meeting, and at Leon courthouse Saturday night. If she washes dishes for ?10 a week, that is menial labor. If she does it for nothing, that is love.-Wisconsin State Journal. MR. MIX'SYSTEM WAS REGULATED BY THE CLY-CAS For Past 7 Years He Had Awful Headaches, Gas Formed in Stomach, Tired and Worn Out--Before He Gave Gly- Cas C h a n c e to Restore Health. Mr. Harry Mix, 218 Eighth St. S. E., Mason City, well known truck- man of this city, is among the many hundreds of former local sufferers who feel and frankly admit so publicly that there never was a medicine before as this new Gly-Cas for MR. HARRY MIX agonizing rheumatism, neuritis, stomach, kidney, bowel, blood troubles. Read what Mr. Mix had to say recently in a statement to the Gly-Cas Man at Michael's Drug Co., 5 S. Federal Ave., this city: "Every sufferer, should know about Gly-Cas--it is wonderful, its action is so quick and thorough,' said Mr. Mix. "I am glad to tell thi few who this will reach about thi: new remedy. For seven years chronic constipation, gas on ms stomach and bloating after everj meal had kept me in constant mis ery. The headaches I had, whicl was almost constantly, were unbeatable at times and I do not see hov I stood it. Nothing was able to her. me and the various remedies I trie did me no more good than so muc' water. But finally I gave this H Gly-Cas a chance on my stubbor case and the third day I was f eelin like a new man. All that dead, tire and worn-out feeling has left m entirely. Stomach and bowels regu lated and gas and bloating is thing of the past. Gly-Cas is on medicine that works--even when a else fails." Every day Gly-Cas is winnin new friends here in Mason City an holds the old ones for it gives jus the results many had been want ing for years. Gly-Cas is sold by the Michae Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave Mason City, Iowa. Peterson and Mrs. Dalager Are Married Ceremony Held at Northwood Parsonage Friday Afternoon. CLEAR LAKE, April 23.--The marriage of A. R. Petersen, 617 North Fifth street, to Mrs. Lena Dalager of Fertile was solemnized Friday at the Baptist parsonage at Northwood. The Rev. Mr. Witwer read the ceremony in the presence of a few friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thovson of Hanlontown, Mends of the couple, attended Mr. and Mrs. Petersen. The bridal party returned to Clear bake where a reception was held Friday night for the couple at their lome by friends. Mr. Petersen is employed as city Mliceman. The bride formerly lived ji Clear Lake, but for the past number of years has been at Fertile. Ber daughter, Norma, plans to finish her school year at Fertile, spending week-ends in Clear Lake. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS For Bent: Mod. 1 rm. house, large garden. Mrs. David Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Garfleld Breese and family, Mason City, moved into their cottage, "Breezes," on the north shore Saturday. The Star club will meet Friday with Mrs. Orren Porter, South Winnie street, assisted by Miss Georgia O'Neill. MJs5 Lela Inmn of Nora Springs spent the week-end with Miss Lois Smith. Miss Inman has been reelected as instructor in the high school at Nora Springs for another year. Mr. arid Mrs. C. J. Fox and daughter, Maxine, plan to move Jay 1 to the B. J. Clausen home n West Second street, Mr. Fox is manager, of the Surf ballroom. Mr. and Mrs. Eimnett Brown and daughter, Mary Ann, arrived aurday from Jamestown, N. T., /here Mrs. Brown and daughter ave spent the past few months ·ith Mr. Brown who is working lere. Their daughter, Amber, of "'orest City, spent the week-end ere with them. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Christen- jea-spent_Saturclay~at the-Vig-go- Ja-- obsen home. Mr. Christensen, formerly of Lincoln, Nebr., is the banjo layer in the Jimmie'Joy orchestra which played at the Surf this week- nd. Mr. and Mrs. John Hodnefield have moved into the Frank Hall house on North Elm street. Bob Cox of Nevada spent the week-end in Clear Lake with his mother, Mrs. John Cox. Mrs. Sarah Marshall left Sunday or Aurora after visiting at the Mrs. Anna Phillips and Henry Marshall homes for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall, North Elm street, left Sunday for Garden City, Mo., where they will be connected with a theatrical company. They plan to tour the southern states during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Witbe left Sunday for Minneapolis where they will purchase some new equipment for the Kool Stein cafe, West Second street which will be opened with. Its new addition in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bland ant family of Arlington, arrived Sunday to take over the Clear Lake Laundry and Cleaners here. Mr. and-Mrs. Roy Holt are the parents of a daughter born at their home on East Main street Sundaj morning. She has been named Ann: Mae. Miss Neva Harding was dismiss ed from the Park hospital, Mason City, Saturday following an oper ation. Clair Holmes underwent a majoi operation at the Park hospital Sat urday afternoon for the amputation of his right arm. Gas gangarine se in .following his injury which was caused by a pump jack. Both bones of the arm were broken and the arm badly lacerated. D A D V Theater JT A I« A Clear Lake Mon. - Tues. - Wed. Bing Crosby "TOO MUCH HARMONY" Amos 'n' Andy lOo Plus Tax Banking by M a i l . . . Write Us--Your Account Is Welcome NORTHWEST SAVINGS BANK MASON CITY, IOWA \_ AFFILl£7ED WITH t/ORTJfWFSt BANCORPOWrfOH MILLER PLACES AT CEDAR FALLS Chizek Is First in Javelin Throw at Invitational Meet. CLEAR LAKE, April 23.--Adam Miller, senior student of the high school, placed first in the javelin hrow at the Iowa State Teachers college relays at Cedar Falls Saturday with a throw of 152 feet 10 nches. He competed against husky leavers from Cedar Rapids, Du mque and Waterloo in this event. "Tessie" Liens qualified in ' the shot put and discus throw but failed :o place. One carload of trackmen driven by Derwin Myhr lost its way at the Charles City detour and 'ailed to reach Cedar Falls in time tor the preliminaries in the sprints. The local group making the trip nchlded Coach Chris Johnston, Tom Wood, D. Myhr, Joslyn, Rawson, Aliens, J. Jensen and Miller. Bob Chizek representing the locals at the invitational meet at Mason City placed first in the javelin throw with 139 feet 9 inches. Braheny placed fourth with the shot put. A duel practice meet is planned with either'Britt or Garner this Thursday. TICKET CROUPS ARE ANNOUNCED Brass Sextet Is One of Features of Musical for Band. CLEAR LAKE, April 23.--F. R. Barlow has been named city-wide chairman of the ticket sale for the musical at the Community building Friday night. The program is being ponsored by the Commercial club o raise funds for the sending of he Clear Lake band to the state meet at Iowa City. Three have been named in each istrict to canvass the residential istrict for support in this endeav- r. The committees are: Northwest istrict, F. E. Bruce, Burt Ballard, ean Heltman; northeast district, . C. Myhr, John Bohnlng, F. C. JeBruyn; southeast district, O. J. [ing, Leonard Mathers, Adam Thomas; iand-, southwest district, Dr. I. A. Winkle, , C . E . Ashland and Burt Gray. One of the special features of the rogram will be the brass sextet vhich will play the contest selec- ions, sextet from Lucia Di Lam- mermoor. This group includes Milo Knutson, Elizabeth Hughes, Gladys Lomen, Clayton Pittman, Neva Harding and Clifford Vik. Rehearsals for the musical are being held daily. Lake Girl Is Wed at Mason City Services Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson Leave for Trip to Burlington. CLEAR LAKE. April 23.--The marriage of Helen Perkins Kent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Perkins, north shore, to Earl E. Thompson of Mason City was solemnized at the Methodist church" at Mason City at 8 o'clock Sunday morning. The Rev. W. H. Spence read the double ring ceremony In the presence of relatives and a few intimate friends. Miss Mary Ellen Lydon and Martin A. Mulligan of Mason City attended the couple. The bride wore a navy blue suit, a shoulder corsage and white accessories, while her attendant wore a white outfit. Following the ceremony the bridal party was entertained at a breakfast at the Eadmar hotel tearoom. The couple left for a short trip to Burlington where they will visit Mr. Thompson's mother, Mrs. Mary C. Thompson. They plan to make their home in Mason City where Mr. Thompson is agent for the Sinclair Refining company. ACTION PUSHED ON AIRMAIL ACT House P.O. Group Approves BUI and Sends It to Rules Committee. WASHINGTON, April 23. UP)-The house poatoffice committee today approved the administration's temporary airmail bill authorizing the postmaster general to make one year contracts and calling for creation of a special commission to make a broad survey and recommended a general aviation policy. The rules committee will take up the bill Tuesday and give it privileged status to rush its passage. The bill would set the airmail postage rate at 5 cents an ounce, and provides that in the temporary one year contracts the rate of payment shall not exceed 35 cents an airplane mile for loads not over 300 pounds. Loads above that total would be paid for at the rate of one-tenth of the base figure for each additional 100 pounds of mail. The measure also would allow companies prosecuting c l a i m s against the government to bid for and carry mail, but require the successful bidders to keep their books open to postoffice department inspection. It would authorize the secretary of commerce to prescribe safety methods for airmail lines, and stipulates that the pay to pilots,- mechanics and laborers shall be not less than that paid in 1938. Makes You Look So Fresh, Young MELLO-GLO, the new face powder, will keep your skin from exposure and preserve its youth. The new French process by which It is made makes it stay on longer, spread smoother, and will not clog the pores. Its special tint is youthful. No flakiness or irritation ·with MELLO-GLO. Try this new wonderful face powder, 50c and SI. Explosion and Fire Damages Shady Beach CLEAR LAKE, April 23.--The explosion of a gasoline stove at the Shady Beach night club shortly before noon Sunday resulted- In baoly damaging both building and stock, all of which is covered by insurance. Mrs. Dorothy Stevenson and Joe Byars, managers of the night club, owned the stock, equipment and improvements on the building, while M. L. Thayer owns the building. A refrigeration system, stock including cigarets, beer, pop, foodstuffs, kitchen and dining room utensils were lost in the fire. The interior of the kitchen will have to be rebuilt and the interior of the dance hall was badly damaged by smoke and intense heat. The fire department did a nice job of extinguishing the fire, using a booster line on the inside of the kitchen. It was necessary for the first firemen entering the building to wear gas masks. Jimmy Joy Is Featured Playing Two Clarinets CLEAR LAKE, April 23.--Playing two clarinets in a featured number at the Surf ballroom was one of the feats accomplished by Jimmy Joy, prominent orchestra leader, Saturday night. Cornet and saxophone choruses were other varieties used to make it 'one of the most fascinating bands to appear locally. Their selection of numbers showed variety both as to time rhythmn and time of writing. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday -- Women's Knutson for Governor club breakfast at city hall, 8. Tina Rebekah lodge meets at I. O. 0. F. hall. P. T. A. pot luck supper at high school. Wednesday--Lions club meets at Lions cafe. Thursday--Commercial club meeting at city hall, dinner at 6:30. Rotary club meets at I. 0. O. F. hall, 12:15. Dance at Surf ballroom, Cliff Perrine playing. ] Friday--Star club meets at Mrs. Or- j ren Porter home, South Winnie, j i Saturday--Dance at Sur£ ballroom, | I Andy Kirk playing. ' The object of the Quality League of America is to cultivate a better understanding of the extra value and added satisfaction you can obtain by making Quality the first consideration in every purchase. ' 'TJVERY bit of furniture in my house has a personality, ili Some of it gets on my nerves because of poor design. Some has worn shabby and calls for apology. These are the 'black sheep' in my furniture family. "Others, like this dining room suite, will be a joy forever. Every time I look at it I feel a thrill of pride in its ownership. That's what I call friendly furniture. "It's real 'quality,' through and through. Correct design of which one never tires. A beautiful finish that seems to grow richer with age. And sturdy--well, we've moved every year of the last five and still it's just like new. "I've learned a lesson from this suite. It pays to put 'quality' ahead of price. "I'm starting on a program now to replace all my 'black sheep' pieces with friendly furniture before this buying opportunity has passed." AS A GUIDE TO QUALITY BUYING,: READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS APPEARING IN THIS NEWSPAPER FEATURING THE S L O G A N - TODAY, IT'S THRIFTY TO BUY QUALITY WOLF SONS DAMON'S, INC. BLANCHARD'S CURRIE-VAN NESS CO. CHAPMAN FURNITURE CO. CRYSTAL LAKE ICE FUEL CO. JACOB E. DECKER SONS FELT'S MARKET FINK'S SMART APPAREL FULLERTON LUMBER CO. JOHN GALLAGHER, INC. GFLDNER BROS. HUXTABLE DRUG CO. NICHOLS GREEN GLANVILLE BROS. MARSHALL SWIFT, INC. LAIRD SHOE CO. HERMANSON BROS. DAIRY D. K. LUNDBERG CO. LYONS LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS 1 GRUPP FOOD MARKET MYERS BEAUTY STUDIO MONTGOMERY WARD CO. THE MERKEL CO. MASON CITY BAKING CO. PAGE LUMBER CO. PALAIS ROYAL THOMPSON-DEAN CO. PEOPLES GAS ELEC. CO. 'J. C. PENNEY CO. PFAFF BAKING CO. W. H. POTTS, JEWELER RAY E. PRUSIA CO. VANCE MUSIC CO. BARRETT BROS. Copyright 1933 Quality Lewie of America Int. iT'S THRIFT/ TO BUY QUALITY J ni

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