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April 30, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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APRIL 30 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGG1NS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 FISH HATCHERY HAS VISITORS Exhibit of Species Found in Clear Lake Shown in Aquarium. CLEAR LAKE, April 30.--Between 1,500 and 2,000 visitors inspected the Clear Lake fish hatchery on the north shore Sunday. All of the pike eggs have been obtained for the work and the first of the hatching is expected about Wednesday. Orel Hoel, hatchery custodian, is on duty night and day at the hatchery supervising the work and also shows visitors through the build- Ing. Quite a complete exhibit of fish found in the lake is on display in the aquarium at the hatchery. The group includes a prize pickerel weighing 23 pounds and measuring 44 inches long. This was taken from the lake during the state seining work. There are 18 species of fish represented. Other kinds of fish on display are silver bass, perch, large mouth bass, bluegill, yellow bass, pike, crappie and small mouth bass, all game fish; bull-heads, catfish, buffalo, quillback, black sucker, redhorse, carp and stone roller. Mrs. Pritchard to Be Civic League Speaker CLEAR LAKE, April 30.--Mrs. VV. S. Pritchard of Gamer will be the speaker at the Civil league session at the city hall Tuesday. A board meeting will be held at 2:30 o'clock before the other group convenes. Sunday School Class Has Party at Kennedys CLEAR LAKE. April 30.--Mrs Frank Rich's Sunday school class was entertained at the home of Mrs. Sam Kennedy Saturday afternoon. 1 Hostesses included Elizabeth Kennedy, Jane McMulIen, Helen Aucker and'Maxine Co'.gan. Sixteen members were present. The afternoon was spent in playing games, following which a lunch was served. A Real Low Price on a Popular Plate A $20 Value for $11.50 You really have to sec this plate to appreciate its Quality and Beauty. Brown Vulcanite faced with a delicate shade of pink. Built in the same careful manner, by skilled plate men, as are all Craven plates it will give you complete satisfaction at a substantial saving. Impressions taken at 9:30 A. M. --Piat*» delivered y 4 JP. M. "Craven" Plates are sold only ID CRAVEN'S EXCLUSIVE Plate Shoppes (Lifelike Teeth) If von desire Information about plates--WRITE-- Von will be an- flKered by return mall. 18 1st St. S. E., Mason City 620 Grand Are. 408 Locust St. Des Moines 117 2nd St. S. E., Cedar Rapids 412 Nebraska St., Sioux City All Ground Floor Locations No I'honcs--You Do Not Need An Appointment Improvements Are Made in Royal Barber Shop CLEAR LAKE, April 30.--The Royal Barbers barber and beauty shop has undergone improvements this past week, according to Stanley Smith, proprietor. The interior has been redecorated in white with fawn trim and the beauty shop enlarged. Henry Jacobsen has been has been added to the barber personnel and C. W. Wallace who has had a month's vacation because of illness returned to work Monday morning. R. C. Meier will assist'on Saturdays to care for the fourth chair. Miss Alberta Masters of Centerville is now engaged to assist Mrs. Jennie Jenkins in the beauty shop. Miss Masters is a graduate of Iowa Beauty school of Des Moines. CAST SELECTED FOR CLASS PLAY Glennara Jackman and Ronald Rawson to Play Love Leads. CLEAR LAKE, April 30.--Practices are being held daily for the senior class play, "That Ferguson Family," which will be presented May IS at the high school auditorium. The play written by Howard Chenery is in three acts and is a domestic cody with serious situation. Miss Myrtle Oulman of the high school is the director. Miss Marorie Gleason in the role of Mertle Ferguson, the mother, and Clifford Vik, as Fred Ferguson, the father, will play the principal roles. Miss Glennara Jackman, as Tavie Ferguson, and Ronald Rawson, as Rupert Striker, play the leads where heart interest is concerned. Other characters in the play include Dorothy Dolley as Laura Ferguson: Roy Martin, Jr.. as Bert Connelly; Leland Gardner as Mr. Flemmimj; Marguerite Johnson as Mary Flemming and Madeline Miles as Sarah Thome. The staff assisting with the production includes Lucille Winnie, busines manager; Virginia Yelland, stage manager; Charlotte Chappell. advertising manager; Lillian Alter, hand properties and Cora Clock, furniture properties. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--P. E. O. at Mrs. George Ehzel home, 7:30. Civic league at city hall, 3. Wednesday--I. 0. O. F. Dancing club at I. O. O. F. hall. Oweso club at Mrs. C. H. Sears home. Home improvement club, mother and daughter picnic at Mrs. Robert Furleigh home, 6:30. Congregational Misionary society at Mrs. C. R. Woodford home, 2:30. Lions club meets at Lions cafe. Legion auxiliary at clubrooms, 8, refreshments. Thursday--Royal club meets with Mrs. S. S. Hudson, Mrs. F. G. Codkman assisting. Rotary club meets at I. O. O. F. hall. Dance at Surf ballroom, Jack Crawford playing. D. B. L. club luncheon, Mrs. I. C. Jenson home. East Main street. THEATEK CLEAR LAKE MON. TUBS. WED. Zasu Pitts, El Brendel "The Meanest Gal in Town" COMING SAT., SUN. "AS THE EARTH TURNS" Yes, Sir! This CHAMPMN DE LUXE is wonderful Oil" CHAMPLIN DE LUXE Motor highest cation T h e y which Clean. oealed quarts, service Oils are the very standard of lubn- a n d durability. are Duo-Refined m e a n s Double- Sold in Refinery cans, one and 5 at all Champlin stations. CHAMPLIN Refining Co. (OF IOWA) CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS ' For Rent: First floor apt. at 305 N. Fifth St. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mack, daughter, Audrey, and son, Dick, have moved into the W. W. Choate house en North Third street. Virgil Winnie, Waterloo, spent the week-end in Clear Lake with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Winnie. Milford Daniels left for Garden City, Mo., where he will work this summer. Housegucsts over the week-end at the M. B. Rice home, North Elm street, were Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Larue Marque- son of Austin, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Basil Rice of Storm Lake. Mrs. Erde Brunner of Omaha, Nebr., left Saturday night for her home after spending the past week in the Brunner cottage on South Second street. She has redecorated and repaired her cottage for renting this summer. Ira Conklin, Loren Conldin und Ransil Moore plan to go to Thornton Tuesday where they will attend a Masonic school of instruction. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Ericksen and family have taken an apartment at the Chris Axelson home, South Fourth street. Harold Edffar, South Third street, returned Sunday from Minneapolis where he spent several days on business. John W. Beery, who served the city of Clear Lake as policeman for 10 months, has opened an office for real estate and insurance on the Camp Grounds. Mr. mill Mrs. Clarence A. Knutson left Sunday afternoon for Dubuque to attend the district convention of the Rotary club. Mr. Knutson, candidate for republican nomination as governor, and a past district governor of the club, was a speaker on the program Sunday evening. Harry D. Mason and the Rev. W. B. Milne are delegates in attendance from the local club. Don Fallows of Cedar Rapids was a week-end guest of Miss Amy Steffin, North Third street. C. F. Crane spent Monday in Des Moines on business relative to the Knutson for Governor campaign. Miss Edna Hadley spent Sunday at Manly with her mother. Mrs. Stanley Smith and daughter, Patricia, are spending this week in Corwith with Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. A. Hartwig. Auxiliary to Meet. CLEAR LAKE, April 30.--The American Legion auxiliary will meet Wednesday night at the Legion clubrooms. The community service committee, which includes Mrs. J. H. Powell, Mrs. E. H. Pittman and Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, will furnish a program and refreshments. nog Licenses Delinquent. i CLEAR LAKE, April 30.--Dog li! censes are delinquent after today, ac- i cording to R. R. Rogers, city clerk, I who is issuing them here. An additional charge of 50 cents is added for delinquent licenses. IN OMAHA EXTORTION PLOT Princess Andrew of Greece recently created a sensation in London by wearing a set oC massive guld Ijeads. Lightning has been known to injure tomato plants for some dls- tunce around where it struck a tomato patch. A survey of Washington univcr* sity undergraduate reading taste* disclosed a preference for mystery anil detective stories. Two "model" freshmen at Creighton university, Edward Muffitt (upper left) and John E. Flanagan (lower left), who bungled a plot to extort $1,000 from Sirs. Surah Joslyn (right), wealthy Omaha widow, insisted their scheme was tt "prank" as federal officials discussed plans to prosecute them. Muffitt is a star foot hull and basketball player. Mrs. Joslyn said she was "sorry for the boys" and would leave their punishment to the courts. They were arraigned on charges of violating the "Lindbergh law" and pleaded not guilty. (Associated Press Photos). ROTARY WINNER IN VOLLEYBALL 'Wheelchair Brigade' Comes to Floor in Bandages, Then Wins. Volleyball players from the Rotary club, the challengers, were declared victors over the Kiwanians and Lions in games played Monday noon in the Y. M. C. A. The Kiwan- ians defeated the Lions in the first game 15 to 9 and then the Rotarians downed the Kiwanians in two games with scores of 17 to 9 and 9 to 7. Rooting and razzing were much in evidence during play. As the first game between the Kiwanians and Lions was being played, the Rotary team, as a "wheelchair brigade," entered, with Frank Lovell in the chair, pushed by Ivan A. Barnes, Ray Pauley walking with a cane, Louis Wolf with his arm in a sling, F. C. Heneman with a batidage on his leg and George K. Davies with a bandage around his head. The Lions team was composed of E. H. Wagner, Will Nichols, George Marolf, Harry Conover, Walter Erickson and Arleigh Marshall. On the Kiwanis team were George Harrer, Julius Estess, Harvey Major, C. 0. Pasnau, H. M. Knutson and C. H. Lennan. Charles H. Barber was scorekeeper and Roger Patton was timekeeper. After the games, 120 members of the service clubs were served luncheon in the banquet room. Rotary Club to Give Party in Y for Boys The Rotary club Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. will entertain boys whose Y. M. C. A. memberships arc purchased by the organization. Each Roatrian has been asked to attend to serve as sponsor for a boy. A program will be held in the gym and short talks will be given by two Rotarians. Lunch will also be served. Roy Peterson and Ivan A. Barnes are in charge. Speaks to Rotarians. FOREST CITY, April 30.--Prof. N. Lewis Fadness, head of the social science department at Waldorf college Monday addressed Rotarians assembled at the state convention at Dubuque. Mr. Fadness spoke at the International Relations session. During the past year Professor Fadness organized an International Relations club among the students at the college, sponsored by the Carnegie Foundation for World Peace. The National Conference of Jews and Christians sponsors "Brotherhood day" to "bring .Jews, Roman Catholics and Protestants into harmonious support of the country's best interests. I WAS RIDING RIGHT BEHIND THEM-IT WAS GHASTLY ! I HEARD THE BANG! THEN CRASH- BOTH CARS ARE WRECKED GET A SET OF LIFE-SAVER GOLDEN PUT SILVERTOWNS and be 3 times safer from blow-outs! A NYBODY who escapes injury, Xi or a wrecked car, after having a blow-out is iwcii/. Because BANG! --when it does happen, you can't steer--you can't stop.. You're headed for trouble. 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Titonka School by Club \ TITONKA, April 30.--The Ram- I sey Young People's club gave a I play, "Safety First," a farce-comedy i in three acts, Friday evening at the Titonka high school auditorium, under the direction of the Rev. and Mrs. Calvin Schnucker. The cast \vas- made up of Stephen Tjaden, Anna Radamaker, John Beenken, Sena Tjaden, Henry Radmaker, Wil. ma Glorfeld, John Harms. Katie i Beenken, Albert Sleper and Alma j Sleper. ASK SUPPORT OF 36 HOUR WEEK Green and Connery Call in Roosevelt to Urge Him to Back Bill. WASHINGTON, April 30. (JPJ-- An urgent pica for support of the compulsory 30 hour week bill was put before President Roosevelt today by William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor, and Chairman Connery of the house labor committee. They declined to discuss the president's attitude with reporters upon leaving the white house. The administration has been seeking shorter working hours through the national recovery program. "We are greatly disturbed,"' said Green. "The national recovery program is at a dead standstill "It has resulted in the re-employment of between 3.000,000 and 4,000,000 idle men but there are ten million more idle workers who must | be absorbed. j "Labor is convinced that some- i thing very hold must be done to take i up the slack of unemployment." j Representative Connery, a demo- j crat from Massachusetts, pointed out that there is a flexible provision in the proposed legislation whereby a board created by the president would have authority to exempt the 30 hour requirement for emergencies. Royalty Informal at Tea More than 300 guests attended a tea party given recently by the King and Queen of England at j Buckingham palace. The guests included representatives of art, science, politics and all forms of social and public activity. After the reception the king and queen mingled with the guests, chatting with them Informally. Scientists urge placing hospitals j and homes at points where temper-: ature and moisture are unfavor- j able to insects and small animal j i pests. I Senator LaFollette urges a 50 per cent increase in income taxes, but if it left to our "druthers" we'd take a 50 per cent increase in income.-Nashville Tennessean. TO KEEP YOUR CONFIDENCE D Will DAYS 5 DAYS May I-2-3.4-5 Beginning Tomorrow. TUESDAY! GOODWILL DAYS is an annual event which thousands of thrifty people in Mason City have come to know as n time to make real, ndise -- most of it just arrived -- drastically Jow pri ITEM IN THIS SALE IS SPECIALLY FKICED. substantial savings on quality footwear -- BRAND NEW merchandise -- most of it just arrived -- drastically Jow priced for this event BUY AT TRADEHOME ON GOODWILL DAYS! EVERY ITEM CHILDREN'S Styles for Both Boys and Girls. Tan and Smoke Sport Oxfords. WOMEN'S ARCH SHOES.. $2-29 MEN'S HEAVY WORK SHOES Elk NEW SPRING STYLES -- ALL COLORS GREY-. BLUE--WHITE Black! Brcwn! Parchment! 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