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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 21, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 21 jjg IMS FIVE MITCHELL SAYS HE HAS NO TIES Candidate for Governor Not Affiliated With Group or Other Candidate. FORT DODGE, trP)--Justice Richard F. Mitchell of Fort Dodge, candidate for the democratic nomina- '. tion for governor Tuesday denied affiliation with any "group, faction or other candidate" in the primary campaign. "Reports have been circulated and some published," Justice Mitchell said, "associating my candidacy with the candidacy of others. "I wish it understood that I am wholly independent in the primary campaign. I am not affiliated with any other candidate or committed · to any group or faction. "In seeking this office I have made no promises to any individual or group. My only promise is that if I am nominated and elected it will be my job to see that the affairs of the state of Iowa are carried on to the best interests of all the people of this state." Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEW1GGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 Dedicate WPA Wall May 15 400 Chicks, Owned by 2 Youths Planning to Attend College, Burn CLARION-- Fire Sunday destroyed a brooder house night near Clarion, burning to death 400 young chickens. The loss, estimated at about $65, proved a serious setback to the college plans of the .two young owners of the chickens and equipment, Roger McClanahan and Wendell Wilson, both seniors in hgh school this year. The project was started this spring by the two boys, who hoped to make money during the summer to aid in financing further education this fall. Pioneer of HayBeld Honored on Birthday HAYFIELD-- A family gathering nf the Jakoubek clan was held at the Frank Jakoubek home Sunday and surp r! «ed Grandma Andel and helped he. .elebrate her 84th birthday. Among the gathering were 18 grand children and 16 great grand children of this woman who has been a resident on the same farm in Garfield township the past 55 years. Mrs. Andel is the mother of William, Frank and Fred Jakoubek. SEEK BIERMANN TO SPEAK FOR LAKE FISH DAY Latest in Illumination to Be Followed on Shore Promenade. CLEAR LAKE--A dedication of the new WPA beautifying project of the city park and the lake shore is being planned by the Iowa State Conservation commission u n d e r whose plans the work is being accomplished, the WPA transient division at Des Moines -which futn- ished the labor, and funds, and tac Clear Lake Commercial club. A celebration will be held at 2 o'clock on May 15, the opening day of the fish season, at which time a number of outstanding speakers will be here. Congressman Fred Biermann of Washington, D. C., has been invited by Mayor A. B. Phillips to be the principal speaker ot the day. Commission to View It- Representatives of the WPA office in Des Moines and of the Iowa State Conservation commission will also be in attendance to view the completed project and the dedication of the plaque in the stone retaining wall, for one block over- member of the Clear Lake Briefs looking the lake. Dr. Frank Colby, y'l- Two Sleight of Hand Swindlers Sentenced CLINTON, UP)--Paul Vornish and Roy Harvey both of Minneapolis, held the opinion that "the quickness of the hand deceiveth the eye." That they were wrong was proved in district court today when they pleaded guilty to swindling by slcisht of hand. Each was fineci S600 or given the alternative of six months in jail . . . and to jail they went. The men were arrested several weeks ago after short-changing De Witt and Welton merchants by juggling change. Mrs. Larson to Speak to Missionary Group CLEAR LAKE Larson, missionary Mrs. Reuben to Ecuador, South America, will he the speaker at the Woman's Foreign Missionary ·?·'· society at the Methodist church I I Wednesday afternoon. The rate of K '· the regular meeting has been changed to obtain this speaker. h' Iowa Conservation commission, ot Forest City: R. B. Martin. Des Moines WPA state director of the transient division; L. J- Schultz, DCS Moines state engineer of the transient division, and J. C. Mors, Thornton engineer in direct charge of the local project, attended the meeting Monday night at the city hall at which representatives of various local organizations were included. Lake Group Selected. This group which includes Mayor A B. Phillips, R. R. Rogers from the Lions club, O. T. Hanson from the Rotary club, F. L. Knutson from the park commissioners, H. B. Adams and S. J. Humphrey from the Clear Lake Commercial club, and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of the Civic league, will be the committee in charge of the celebration. The affair is being planned out- of-doors as near the site of the improvement as possible. Arrangements will be made to close First street from Main to West State so that the speakers and entertainers may be located on a platform on the new promenade overlooking the lake. R. S. Martin spoke of the progress being made on the present retaining wall and spoke of the possibility of finishing the park improvements later in the year by the national park service, which is a permanent fixture of the government, through the.department of the interior. Lights Selected. He displayed the type £ lights which will be installed to light the new fixture on the lake shore. Ail that the. WPA asks is the time of a good local electrician to oversee the installation of the fixtures and wiring, and all other materials will be furnished. The type of electro- lier desired is that now used at the airport as Des Moines. There will be breaks in the wall every 100 feet with a pyramid shaped structure which will bear one of these electro- liers, according to the present plans. He also stated that the new municipal pier will be laid soon at tne end of Main street. It will be law with the double width of eight feet wide and carry lights daring the summer season. Dr. Colby highly complimtntc-a the WPA for its interest in the project and stated that he would be glad to show this beautiful new structure to the other members ot the commission at the dedication ceremony, May 15. He asked the city of Clear Lake to get back of these improvements and to ask the support of other North Iowa towns for the procuring of other improvements later in the summer. Ladies; New menu daily in Diamond Silver Cup Bread! B. ,J. FitzpatricU and family, Mason City, have moved into their cottage on the south shore for the summer season. Con-', benefit, "Ah, Wilderness, Lake theater. Wed., Thurs. Bliss Louise Clausen, accompanied by her nephew, Fritz Clausen, are spending this week in Chicago and D'ctroit and will return this weekend with a new Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Monaghen, Marion Park drive, spent Tuesday at Postville with friends. Mrs. E. Tompkins, North Oak street, is seriously ill at her home. The Kev. S. M. Stenby, pastor of the Bethlehem Lutheran church, returned from a week-end visit at Centcrville S. Dak., at his parish. He spent the past week with his sons, Milton and G. P. Stenby and families in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Larson of Ecuador. South America, and Mrs. B J. Foster. St. Paul, are house- guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Chappell, north shore. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Freeman and family and Mr. and' Mrs. H. Larson were Sunday guests at Waterloo with relatives. Trinity circle of the Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid will be postponed from Thursday to April 30. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Humphrey ot Mason City are moving into their cottage on the north shore this week. Fritz Gates and Jack Comfort of Waterloo were week-end guests of Max Clausen, Jefferson street. Mrs. Leila Clausen spent the week-end in St. Paul with friends. SUMMER CAMP DATES CLAIMED Mitchell and Webster City Groups of Church to Convene at Lake. CLEAR LAKE -- The summer camp board for young peoples summer training camp of the Congregational church met this week-end at the Congregational parsonage. The Mitchell association contracted for the P- M. park for one week from June 29 to July 4 and the Webster City association contracted for the P. M. park for the week of July 6 to 11. Increased enrollment for this year's camp has prompted the board to hold the summer camp in two sections rather than only one camp a s was done last year. The Rev. Stiles Lessley of Osage will serve as camp director of the Mitchell association. day feast, and a wedding a three! ilay celebration. The co-operative movement in Sweden is growing and with its 350 co-operative stores it can sell 30 per cent below other stores and in Denmark it pays from five to 10 per cent dividends on these stores at the end of the year, he maintained. Senator Goetsch to Talk to Townsenders CLEAR LAKE--Sam D. Goetsch, Decorah, state senator, will speak at the Townsend meeting at the city hall Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock. He will point out his reasons for supporting the Townsend plan. Born at Fort Worth. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs Harry Carman of Fort Worth, Tex. are parents of an eight pound son born April 8. This is their first chile and the first grandchild of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Carman of this place Mrs. Carman is visiting at the :1 konover and Olson to Speak at Banquet for Ben Bear of Decorah DECORAH--The Decorah Cham- ocr of Commerce will honor Ben Bear at a dinner Thursday evening at C. K. Preus auditorium to mark lis sixtieth anniversary as a merchant here. Dr. F. W. Conovcr, former Decorah resident now living at Mason City, and Dr. Oscar L. Olson of Luther college faculty will speak. Music will be furnished by the Luther college concert band. Mr Bear was born in November, 1853. in Hohebach, Wurtemberg Germany, a son of Jacob Bear, a wool and grain merchant and Rose Tannebaum Bear, member of " prominent family. When 13 he came to America. A four weeks' ocean voyage brough him to New York on a Saturday at ternoon. He immediately sough employment and 15 hours afte landing was installed as errand boy in the store of Rosenthal Sulz crger of which he was general lanager 10 years later. He came west in search ot a busi- ess location in 1876 and his search ed him to Decorah, arriving in the ate afternoon and locating a vacant tore room in a desirable location hat evening. He had leased it bc- 'ore breakfast the next day and has occupied it since, now being the owner. He incorporated the business a ittle more than 10 years ago, tak ing- his brother Edward Bear, and three clerks who had been with him many years as associates. Mr. Bear is now 82, in vigorous health and active in his business as well as in all community affairs. An aviation engineer says that within 10 years we shall be traveling 500 miles an hour through the air. He maybe, not us.--American Lumberman. WHAT IS Ardis Hcitland was hostess to members of the Lake Ambitious Vestas Saturday afternoon. A talk on "Lightning in the Home," was given by Goldie Pine and a talk on "Birds" was given by Mrs. Ray Baker. Visitors were Arlene Wood, Jean Crosby and Mrs. Ray Baker, Patricia Doyle will be hostess to the unit on May 16. Clear Lake Calendar Wednesday--Benefit show at Lake theater by Plymouth group. No. 6 featuring "Ah Wilderness." Women's Foreign Missionary society at Methodist church, 2:30. Thursday--Benefit show at Lake theater by Plymouth group No. 6 of Congregational church, featuring "Ah Wilderness." Royal Neighbors at I. 0. 0. F. hall, program 8. Lake View club at Mrs. Sam Sev- crson home. W. L. A. M. club at Mrs. Carl home, south of Clear Twentieth Century club luncheon Ashland Lake. at Mrs. C. A. Knutson home, North Third street. Trinity circle of Zion Lutheran church at Mrs. G. E. Wallin home, 2:30. North Shore Country club card party for members. Friday -- Clear Lake Commercial club meeting, traveling salesmen as guests, at North Shore Country club, 6:30. Legion auxiliary sewing circle at Mrs. Andrew Peterson's farm. Christian Workers at the city hall, picnic dinner at noon. Mixed dance at Surf ballroom. REUBEN HALL IS CLUB SPEAKER Describes Travels in Scandinavian Countries to Wa-Tan-Yes. CLEAR LAKE--Reuben Hall who recently returned from an eight months' tour of Europe in which lie studied co-operative marketing gave an interesting travelog before members of the Wa-Tan-Ye club Monday night at Peters restaurant. Leaving here July 4 at 12:01 o'clock on a German boat he landed in Hamburg, Germany, the first stop of his trip that took him to France, Southhampton, Denmark, Sweden and Norway. Went to School. He attended the International Cooperative school at Basel, in the northwestern corner of Switzerland, a beautiful city about the size of Des Moines, but much more neat and clean, he said. He traveled through the Black Forest and lived for a time at Friedorf where 150 families lived co-operatively. Twenty-one different countries are represented in the school, there whicfc he attended for a short while. Switzerland Beautiful. He was impressed by the beautiful Lake Lucerne in the Alps, where Hie dark green of the forest reflected in the clear blue water and above it the gray stone topped with the snowy mountain. He went on to Denmark, a small country the level of the sea and can be driven across in three days on a bicycle. He lived at the Danish Rivieria Elsinore where Shakespeare obtained his plot for the story of "Hamlet." In August he attended the Inter- PARK THEATRE Tonight and Wednesday "THE HOUSE OF ROTHSCHILD" With George Arliss. Robert Young:, Loretta Young. lOc and IGc Repairs Started on E. E. Mason House After Fire Damage CLEAR LAKE -- Work began Tuesday on repairing the E. E. Mason home on South Fourth street, owned by Mrs. John Cox, which was badly damaged by fire at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night. The origin of the fire was believed to be in wiring in the attic rooms which had burned through to the upstairs bedroom before the fire was discovered. Most of the household furniture was removed from the house, but one side of the home was badly damaged. Some of the downstairs rooms were damaged by water. The loss was covered by insurance. national Peoples college where a dozen different nationalities were represented. His tour included southern Sweden, with its ivy covered walls, lily ponds and swans and up the coast to Norway, where he described the country with a "savage beauty." Describes Beauty of Oslo. "Oslo Bay stretches up to the city and all colors of the sunset are reflected in the water, white sails in the sunset, the lights of Oslo in the offing and the Viking boats over 1,000 years old in the distance," he continued. "The ride from Bergen to Oslo starts from ocean and ends on the ocean, where we passed streams to the Eternal Snow, the shadow of glaciers, and flowers growing clear up to the ice." He described the hospitable people of Norway. A celebration is scheduled for almost any happening, the birth of first child having a two jFLUSH KIDNEYS OF POISONS Live a Healthier, Happier Longer Life sj'Tiousands of men and women y|| · 'er why backache bothers them i!|'* they have to visit the bath\ often at night--why flow is .' / and sometimes smarts and ;y one of these symptoms ans that your kidneys and blad- ,.j'r need attention now before these ninor symptoms develop into seri- us trouble. To flush out waste poisons and cid from kidneys, soothe you ir- ritated bladder and put healthy activity into them, get a 35 cent package of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Capsules and take as directed. This harmless, tried and true medicine always works--you'll feel better in a few days, as the supremely effective diuretic and kidney stimulant drives excess uric acid from the body which is often the aggravation of joint agony, sciatica and neuritis. But be -sure and get GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules--the original and genuine--right, from Haarlem in Holland. All good things arc imitated. ;. Knutson Elected to Head Progress Club CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. C. A. Knutson was elected president of the Progress club at the spring luncheon Monday afternoon at the Knulson home'. Other officers named were Mrs. J. C. Davenport, vice president; Mrs. B. H. Matthews, recording secretary; Mrs. A. I. Sondrol, corresponding secretary and Miss Ida Clack, treasurer. Pasque flowers furnished hy Mrs. Robert Williams were used for table decorations. The committee serving thfe dinner included Mrs.. Knutson, Mrs. Matthews. Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, Mrs. Rofcert Williams, Mrs. Myron Stephensen, Mrs. W. E. Clack and Miss Ida Clack. First Aid Class to Open at Clubrooms CLEAR LAKE -- The class in first-aid sponsored by the American Red Cross and tho Stafford post ol the American Lesion will open Tuesday nifrht at the Legion clubrooms. T.'L. Connors of Mason City is the instructor. LAKE THEATRE Tuesday Only George Raft, Joan Bennett "SHE COULDN'T TAKE IT" Wednesday - Thursday L. Barrymore - W. Beery "AH WILDERNESS" Sponsored by Ladies Aid, Plymouth. Gr. G ACHING FEET Tonight Get Sure Relief in Just 15 Minutes Here's the quick sensible pleasant way to real foot comfort that thousands say is far better than anything they have ever tried. Nothing greasy or sticky about Radox--in one gallon of hot water dissolve 3 tablespoonsful of Radox --soak your tender aching feet and in 15 minutes you'll be absolutely amazed at the relief you get. Do this tonight and tomorrow have feet free from distress and burning misery. Radix is inexpensive. Get it. today at Huxtablc Drug Co. or any first- class drug store--Guaranteed. 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