The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 26, 1934 · Page 2
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 26, 1934
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TWO STREAMS CLOSED FOR CLAMMING Several in North Iowa Are on Prohibited List of Fish Commission. DES MOINES, April 26.--The list of'streams and sections of streams closed to clamming was announced by the fish and game commission. The waters are closed to clamming until Jan. 1, 1936, according to the bulletin. Streams closed Include: That section of the Wapsipinicon river having for its upper boundary the Minnesota state line and having for its lower boundary the Chicago Great Western railroad bridge approximately two miles east of Tripoli, Bremer county, and that section having for its upper boundary the river bridge at Quasqueton; and having for its lower boundary the Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul and Pacific railroad bridge at Olin, Jones county. That section of the Red Cedar (Cedar) river having for its upper boundary the Minnesota state line and having for its lower boundary a point approximately five miles north of Charles City, Floyd county, opposite Cedar Inn. That section of the Little Cedar river having for its upper boundary the Minnesota state line and having for its lower boundary the point of junction with the Red Cedar (Cedar) river in Chickasaw county. That section of the Iowa river having for its upper boundary the north boundary line of Concord township, Hancock county, and having for its lower boundary the point of junction of the East Branch and West Branch of the Iowa river in Wright county. That section also of the Iowa river having for its upper boundary the Washington avenue bridge at Iowa Falls, and having for its lower boundary the Center street dam at Marshalltown; also that section having for its upper boundary the North river bridge at Marengo, and having for its lower boundary the point of junction with the Cedar river in Louisa county. That section of the Des Moines river having for its upper boundary the hydro electric dam at Fort Dodge and having- for its lower boundary the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad bridge at Elm street, Dss Moines; also that section having for its upper boundary the Chicago and North Western railroad bridge approximately two miles northwest of Eddyville, and having: for its lower boundary the point of junction with the Mississippi river. That section of the East Des Moines river having for its up- Mallory HATS for Spring 4 famotip MaJlory hats f?r men and young men . , . traditional Mallory quality . . , and marvelous new style Ideaa . . . in new light-weight hats for wear right now. A Super Offering of Sterlingworth SUITS 20 *25 Super in every sense of the word ... in quality ... in style ... certainly in value, here are luxurious tweeds ... hardy twists ... velvet smooth flannels... imported homespuns . . . here's a sure fit for men and young men of every size and build ... here is ... emphatically . . . the clothing value of North Iowa. Shirts and Shorts Marvelously tailored . . . Shorts of fine woven broadcloth . . . shirts of finely combed cotton . . . Swiss ribbed ... all sizes and it's a buy. 35c EACH 3 FOB $1 QUALITY * SERVICE · SATISFACTION ABEL SON INC. NUMBE I AT NUMBER SEVEN SOUTH FEDERAL MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 26 1934 jer boundary Tuttle lake in Lincoln ownship. Emmet county, and having for its lower boundary the Chiago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pa- ific railroad bridge at Algona. That section of the West Des Moines river having for its .upper oundary the Minnesota state line .nd having for its lower boundary the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad bridge, approx- mately two miles west of Emmets- urg. That section of the Shell Rock iver having for its upper boundary he Minnesota state line arid having or its lower boundary the point of unction with the Cedar River in Black Hawk county. ' The entire Mississippi river with- n the jurisdiction Of Iowa is open to clamming with the exception of small area at Keokuk. Large Crowd Listens to Annual Concert by Charles City Chorus CHARLES CITY, April 2--There was a large crowd at the third annual concert given by the Charles City male chorus in the high school auditorium last evening under the direction of Prof. Luther Richman, :owa State Teachers' college, Cedar Falls. Earl Stewart played the accompaniments for a varied program which included several German classical numbers, Italian and Scotch 'oik songs and the more familiar :unes sung in the United States. reature numbers were a trio by Jelen Taylor, pianist, Katherine Blumenstiel, violinist and Dorothy Miller, harpist and three solos by Robert McCray, bass. The chorus las given concerts in Waterloo, New Sampton and Austin, Minn., this year. Charles CityNews Compositions by Ilza Niemack Are Offered CHARLES CITY, April 26.--Miss Ilza Niemack went to Des Moines yesterday to attend the meeting of the Iowa Federation of Music clubs. Last night at an Iowa composers' dinner several of her compositions were presented by Mrs. Percy Pot- :er and Lenore Mudge Stull. Tonight Miss Nierna'ek will play a froup of American violin numbers it the federation banquet Installation Is Held. CHARLES CITT, April 26.--Mrs. ilyrtle Fletcher, Mrs. Pearl Mae riuegel, Mrs. Florence .Bubb and Mrs. Faye Summers were the in- italling officers at the public instal- ation of the White .Shrine in the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Ella Webster was installed as high priestess and Erwln Childs as -watchman of the shepherds. Mrs. Webster will represent Betbsaid Shrine at.the fortieth annual session of the supreme shrine in Chicago May 1, 2 'and 3. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, April 26.--A special meeting of the Pythian Sis- .ers will be held tonight in Castle lall in honor of Miss Esther Butz, district deputy of Ackley. A picnic supper will be served at 6:30 fol- owed by lodge work. Bernard Baldwin had an opera- ion for appendicitis in the Cedar Valley hospital. Alice Mahnesmith, "i, was also operated on. Mrs. I. C. Hering has returned Irom a ten days' visit at Albert City and Logan. Mrs. E. L. Walleaer, Mrs. C. W. dcFarland, Mrs. A. F. Kober and Mrs. Fred Powell motored to Chicago today to visit relatives. Warning of Imposters Promising Aid in OH Age Payments Issued DES MOINES, April 26.--"Impos- ;era, who are going over the state soliciting fees of 10 cents and more from aged persons who contemplate making application for old age assistance payments, should be immediately reported to the county attorney or to the office of the state commission," according to Byron G. Allen, superintendent of the Iowa Old Age assistance commission, in a statement issued to the press. Word has come to the commission's office in Des Moines that a man posing as. an official has been soliciting 10 cents each from elderly persons in the vicinity of Eddyville, Mahaska county, and that persons in Fremont county have reported receiving circulars and solicitations by mail. In these cases the solicitor claims to have great influence with the county boards and state commission and claims he can assure favorable consideration for applications filed by the persons paying a fee. "Applicants for old age assistance do not need to employ any person, firm or agency to represent them in order to obtain a fair hearing on their application." says Mr. Allen. "As soon as the forms are ready for distribution the county old age assistance boards will be announced." Applications shall be made to the county boards and when passed upon are reviewed by the state commission. Former Resident Dies. BELMOND, April 26. -- Mrs. Frank Sayder received word of the death of her brother, W. S. Pol- hemua, who died last Saturday at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Ross Shaver at Calhan, Colo. The Polhemus family lived here 40 years aeo. i W A R D S FIX-UP V A L U E S ! 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