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April 26, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

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Al'RlL MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-ONte' Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising OFFICE PHONE NO. 239 Residence Phone 67 ·TMITM»»B»^^^^^^-- Plattenburg Addresses 75 Federation Women Luncheon, Reports of Clubs' of County and Program Given at Lake. CLEAR LAKE, April 26.--C. H. Plattenburg gave an entertaining talk before the county Federation of Women's clubs at the Clear Lake Country club Wednesday afternoon. The statement, "All History is Forged," as proven in Eugene O'Neill's late play, "Mary o£ Scotland," shows up in our own history, he pointed out. "The history of the Civil war as taught to the students of the north is far different from that' taught in the south," he stated, basing his judgment on his travels-. "The history of Texas differs greatly as studied by the Mexican children than the American, the .point of view being different in each case. Are Misinformed. "In mv travels in Europe I have asked to see the mutilated Belgian children of the World war, and have never been placed on the trail of any We like to exaggerate on-everything including war. Stones ot the new kinds of bombs and gases that have been invented that would destroy civilization are wild. It would take 28,000,000 pounds of gas to saturate the city of New York and to spread this substance it would take 14,000 airplanes, more than there are now in the entire world," he continued. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Just recieved a shipment of new hats in crepes and straws from $3, to $1.85 at the family store. At the Family store a shipment of new wash" dresses, voiles, piques and prints from ?1. to $2.95. Must vacate by May 5. Hats, gifts at sale prices. Mullaney Shop, . . . . Mrs. H. A. Bufflngton wno .has spent the winter with her relatives at Columbus Junction has returned to her home on East Division street. Coach and Mrs. Chris Johnston and son plan to attend the Drake relays at Des Moines this week-end. Dorothy DeBniyn, student at Mason City Junior college, has a role in Oscar Wilde's romantic comedy "The Importance of Being Earnest' which is being presented at the Mason City high school-Thursday anc jriU, ne v,wui.~*«~-. ·.,,!,,.. "We even gloat in reading tales of our presidents, that Grover Cleveland was a wife beater, that Theodore Roosevelt was a drunkard and that Mrs. Harding killed her president husband, Warren G. Harding. In the Harding case the suthor OC the books dealing witfl the scandal was written by an ex- convict who now is serving another, sentence with affiliation in the extortion of the Lindbergh kidnaping and in other cases the reports have believe on testimony wyuSglhat te new re- fardin"- our friends, political party !r great men of history. Help us to find the truth,before accepting this hearsay," he concluded. 75 Attended. About 75 clubwomen attended We melting which opened with reports of the ctabs in the county. Those ·mcluded were Athenian, Chautau- inciuueu History, t ,Jr'BS?-;rS LV Ce.;ury and Woman's club of Mason City; Altrurian, Crescent. Library Reading, Progress, Sorosis Twentieth Century'clubs and Junior Federation of Clear Lake Woman s club of Rockwell, Thornton Woman's club. . . A luncheon was served at 1 o'clock during which John Siesseger played accordion music. The tables were decorated with maypoles, par- iol favors and flowers, all of which was arranged by the AJtrunan dub of Clear Lake. Mrs. B. B. Bailey acted as chairman of this commit- teMrs F p. Walker, county president presided and appointed Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney as temporary secretary. Cresco Woman Spoke. Mrs Carl Reed of Cresco, second vice president of the state federation -ave a short talk at the morning 'session speaking of the value of such an organization which is the largest women's group of the country and the strength of such a gr Mrs J H. Hager of Waukon fourth district director, spoke in the afternoon session. She announced that the district convention would be held Oct. 24 and 25 at Postville and Monona. She emphasized the importance of the blue book and the mailing of the names of the new officers to county presi dent before June 1. She reviewed the happenings of the spring con ference. ,., . Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, auditor oi the state federation, Mason City *ave a short address urging mem tiers of the club to read their net\ blue book, in which a wealth o educational references is shown. The brass sextet of the high school presented several selection at the session. Friday nights by the Wig ! and Masque club. Miss DeBruyn appears in the role o'f Lady Bracknell, the haughty social leader, who pposes her daughter's marriage to man with-no aristocratic back- round. . · The Bev. W. B. Milne and Harry J. Mason, president and secretary lect of the Rotary club, will attend Jie district convention at Dubuque his week-end. C. A. Knutson wil peak there.Sunday night. Jack Faggen of Jewell Is a house "Tiest of the C. E. Lantz home iouth North street. King Palmer, republican candidate or nomination as congressman rom the .fourth district, is to be a speaker at the Grant township i"arm Bureau Thursday night. Arthur Hammond returned Wed-1 uesday evening from an electrical contract dealers meeting at Mar- halltown. The national code cover- ng electrical contracting and service work goes into effect Monday, April 30, 1934. Mrs. Fred Ulmer of Austin, Minn., s a houseguest of her aunt, Mrs. J. B. Patterson, this week. Mr. and Mrs. William Prescott ol Des Moines have opened their cot- age at the Outing club for the season and taken possession. Members of the Klemane high school plan to hold their junior-senior banquet at the Clear Lake Country club Thurday night. Reservations are made for 20 persons. MUSICAL WILL BE PRESENTED Orchestra and Band Have Prominent Parts in Program. CLEAR LAKE, April 26.--Dress rehearsal for the musical at the Community building scheduled for Friday was held Wednesday night. The first part will be given by the high school' orchestra under the direction of John Kopecky. Included in this section are several selections by the orchestra, "March Allegiance," by J. S. Zamecnik; overture, "Enchanted Castle," by Henry Hadley; "Invitation to the Dance," by C. M. Von Weber; "Rakoczy" march, Hungarian melody; "Huntsman Chorus," from the opera Dey Freischots and "March Along." The girls' sextet will star the "Wayside Cross," and the violin quartet will play a number. Miss Clara Metcalf will presenl pupils in sketches from the light opera, "Mikado," with sceneiy and lighting effects for part two. The band featuring the brass sextet, also an entry in the music contest at .Iowa City, make up part three of the program. The band plays, march, "El Captain," by Sousa; "Cabins," by J. R. Gillette overture, "Jantaluspualen," a n d "Stars and Stripes" by Sousa David Barber will also play a cor net solo, of "Willow Echoes." Clear lake Calendar Friday --Musical at Community building, 8. .' -"cricah Legion auxiliary sewing circle meets with Mrs. Henry Volstad, 2:30. Star club meets at Mrs. Orren Porter home, South Winnie. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom, Andy Kirk playing. FILL VACANCIES IN LAKE GRADES Teachers From Nashua and Rock Rapids Given Contracts. CLEAR LAKE, April 26.--Vacancies in the Clear Lake school system have been filled and the complete teaching staff has been announced. Miss Ethel. Olson of Odebolt, who has been teaching the past number of years at Nashua will fill the vacancy in the first grade at the main building. Miss Velma Johnson of Ruthven who has been teaching at Rock Rapids, has been selected for the fifth grade of the main building. Other teachers to return in the fall include C. A. Pease as superintendent- W. M. Judy, Chris Johnston, all of Clear Lake; W. Hugh Stickler, Cincinnati; John Kopecky Mason City; Catharyne Chambers West Union, as principal; Aileen Witmer, Collins; Mildred Hallowell Mt Pleasant; Hazel Muldown, Clear Lake; Myrtle Oulman, Mason City Ruth E. Skrable, Elberon; AlmaLar son Forest City; Edna Hadley, Ack : ley; and Clara Metcalf, Sioux City. : Miss Elma Brose, principal of the i grades of the main building; Mrs liable Newcomer, principal of Lin coin building; Grace Anderson Thompson; Mildred Thompson Letts; Mayme Christ, Cresco; Helen Stuntz. Hudson; Dorothea Woodrow. Altoona; Mary Kroll, Aurelia; Bernice Tutton, Buffalo Center; Genevieve Milburn, Stratford; Mari an Osman, Minneapolis; Fae Francis, Storm Lake; Dorothy Hardin, Clear Lake; Amy Steffin, Waukon, and Edith Okerberg, Marathon. Mrs. Brltcher President. ,. .,,, ,, ,, , i DUMONT, April 26.--A large Found in the "Soup Pot J crowd attended thc P . T . A. meeting " Tuesday evening at the school auditorium. The following were elected by acclamation after the nominating committee reported they had no names to submit: President, Mrs. R. J. Britcher; vice president, Mrs. H. M. Raecker; secretary-treasurer, Miss Merle George. KNUTSON TOURS SOUTHERN IOWA ) e l e g a t i o n Accompanie Lake Candidate on Engagements. CLEAR LAKE, April 26.--A del gation from the Knutson for Gov rnor club left Wednesday mornin or the southern part of the stat o campaign for the interests o llarence Knutson's candidacy fo governor. The group plans to visit about 1 counties in that section distributin iterature and introducing the can didate for a short talk in most o :he places. The group which lef Wednesday, Clarence Knutson, Job Cole, Shirley Watts and Stanley ? Knutson, plans to make it a fiv day tour returning to Clear Lak Sunday night. They took with them a public dress system which can be used fo out-of-door meetings to a great a vantage. Mr. Knutson will fill his speakin engagements at Chariton tonigh at Dea Moines Friday night, and a Lamoni and Leon Saturday nig] besides making the tour. He wi address the fourth district Rotary City Clean-up Week CLEAR LAKE, April 26.-AU announcement has been issued by A. R. Petersen. city police, for a cleanup week. Vacant lots, alleys and yards are to be rid of rubbish. ashes, cans, etc., in an attempt to make the town a prettier place. He also warns persons not to burn leaves on the streets. City street commissioners are busy cleaning the streets. ub convention at Dubuque Sunday ·ening. A large group from Clear Lake an to attend the fourth district epublican rally at Charles City riday night. Religious Leader To Speak at M.E. Church CLEAR LAKE, April 26.--Dr. J. iV. Mahood, evangelist, Bible teach- r and author of many fine religious ooks, will be present to begin a ·eek of meetings at the Methodist hurch beginning Monday, April 30. Dr. Mahood has been in this work ince 1899. Previous to that time e held important pastorates in the '-thodist conference. Since that ime he has been called to every part of the United States, every irovlncc in Canada and to the Bri- ish Isles. 7:i:c offerings each evening will be given him for his services. W. D. Pardun, teacher ol voice, vho has been working with choral and recital work, will have charge the music during the special meetings. He has studied with Wiliam Claire Hall, G. A. Grant, Schaeffer, Frank Webster, William Vade Hinsha-.v and had choral work under Peter Christian Lutkin in an acapella choir in the Evanstan musical club in Evanston, 111. DUTCH SCHMIDT HELD IN CHICAGO Factor May Remain to Give Testimony in Trial of Touhy Gangster. CHICAGO, April 26. GP)--Ludwig (Dutch) Schmidt, notorious gunman wanted for a $105,000 mall robbery at Charlotte, N. Car., the ?70,000 John Factor kidnaping, and many other crimes, was captured by Chicago police today. One of the last members of tie Roger Touhy gang remaining at large, Schmidt has been named by Isaac Costner. who turned state's evidence on other members o£ the mob, as a participant in both the kidnaping and the mail robbery. His capture brought the possibility that Factor's extradition to England for a $7,000.000 stock fraud trial might be delayed--or ^ possibly cancelled. : Prosecutors indicated they would ; want Factor's presence to testify in ] a forthcoming trial of Schmidt f o r ; the kidnaping. Under the statutes, j Factor must be started back to | England within 60 days or else j freed. I Officers are Dr. R. M. Hunt, presl-1 dent; Russell Smith, vice president; | Mrs. Walter Crane, secretary, and j Supt. I. D. Larson, treasurer. : i'ustor is Recovering. NEW HAMPTON, April 20.--The Rev. W. D. Spikcr, pastor of the Congregational church here, is recovering from an operation which was performed in Rochester, Minn. Livestock experts say grazing on O 'reen grass is essential to the development of hogs. Marble Rock Community Club Accepts By-Laws MARBLE ROCK, April 26--The Marble Rock Comunity club held its second meeting in the town hall. The by-laws were accepted and May 4 set aside as Park day. Local residents will be asked to help rake and clean up the park on this day. VIGORO for Sale by ... A. H. DEERTZ SPECIALIST In LANDSCAPE WORK and BtJILDING ' up LAWNS Phone 3134 922 N. Madison Buy V1GOKO From Currie»Van Ness Co. 4c Ib. in 100 Ib. lots. We will loan you a spreader. 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