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JTOdd** J *_C=w!Â«*I's""*Â°' u '"*W *"' Â·M-AtÂ«vÂ»J at* a *---et \Titr; ir-ir~-**- a * i '=~ J ' a * J *- y * i '* MARCH 27 1931 Clear Lake Globe*Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS New* Mltor '-' BatMewse Plume MOW OFFICE PHONE No. SS9 LEE DEWIGGINS 'Â· Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone .61 MRS, C, BARLOW ATlLAKE Af ed Woman I* Survived by Husband and Three ' CLiiAR LAKE/ March /-iTi-- Mr*,- Chir5eÂ»-:'Barlow,' : 83, died: at -. her home, 115;North Elm street,. about S oJciocJt Thursday afternoon; ' She had bÂ«en seriously ill for the past six .weeks, suffering from a weak hea.ft cdupled with -her old age. Ifrsi ^Barlow moved with Her husband /and "family to Clear -Lake about 37 ! yÂ«Â«.rs ago,,i They, formerly. lived if Plbver. 'She' was bdrri and reared mMonUcallp,..Greene county, Wls. For .several years after finishing school she was a teacher in Monttcetto. She is a member of the Women's Relief corps,' the Rebekab. lodge Â· and the Methodist church. Besides her husband, Charles, F. Barlow, she is survived by three children, 'Frank, Clear Lake; Mrs. Leona Ross, Slayton, Minn., and Mrs. Edna Plerie, Plover. " Funeral services will he held At 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the residence with the Rev. 3. R. Tumbleson officiating:,. Burial will be made in the Clear Lake: cemetery. The body t lies :at : . the Ward Funeral home until the services are held. ."Â·.Â·Â· : 'Â· ' Clear Lake Briefs Fort Rent--Mod. boose on Clara St-J.-W. Pattie.' ; : Mrs. S. D. Drake and Miss Frances Drake have njoVed into the Kapanee cottage, South; -Second street,* for the summer season, Baiter is April::6, Send- your cleaning 1 in now.t;NÂ«al'The Cleaner. Mrs. Leona Bellman has pur- chased'the- hbuse formerly owned by Charle4..Ritz.; : on North Sec'ond street'iShe.plans to take possession Varied Topics Discussed ConaiTie^ce Club Group Good Will of Mason City Is Assut^d Gear Lake by | Â·'Â·Â·"_ ' : Speakers. ^ " CLEAR LAKE, March i?.--Apro\ gram of widely diversified subjects all' of ' direct importance to Clear Lake businessmen was bfot befor^ members of the Commercial cluli'M its annual spring meeting held Mo make plans for the summer activities. They convened at the oldest eating house in the city, the Sllsby restaurant, which served this group at Its Initial meeting. About 70 persons were served in the main dining room. The Lion Teasers orchestra furnished music during-the dinner hour. The general bMStneBS of thÂ« club was Introduced by. the new president, Sam Kennedy; Jr., who presided. Reports of the committees wera made, the club members offering suggestions. The Memorial day committee, chainrianed by Forde Lee, reported that the program would,be carried out by the* patriotic organizations of the city. The erection of large sign boards ad-" vertislng Clear Lake as a resort at the outskirts of Clear Lake and In the nearby counties was suggested to the advertising committee. The purchasing of tire covers as anotfi- er advertising means was adopted, Assured of Band.' .'.':. .''.Clear Lake is assurred of a band tliruout the summer months, according; to H. E. Freeman, chairman; of the entertainment committee. 'No definite plans were complete, hut it was thot that the type of band under consideration would attract more persons to Clear Lake from all parts of the state than in previous years. : In addition to the she or i seven conventions' which have be en lined F. C. GOODMAN April , Avoid thÂ«t last minute Xaster. rush. Send- ypvr. cleaning now Neal The Cleaner.' -Phone -312. Â· and Mrai '-. W. F. to South 'Third street, ,'.hÂ»ye. returned from St. Petersburg, Fla.,. where they have spent the winter. Their daughter, Linda Herrimaa, who has lived at Mason City during their absence, has also returned to Clear LÂ»ke. i . . . Don't forget Item cookie Bad Hlchelleu's coffee demonstration Â«t White Front Grocery Saturday. ' Mr, udlMn. Guy Kwnly, Spring; Valley, Minri.;';plan ;-to;xmdve' into - istre'iti'j(^;:Mn5Â«Cy; 'Mr;.Kemly Is a hardware salesman. Mrs. Merle Ott, 'accompanied by Mrs. E. A. Colburn and Mrs, H, N. Halvorson, left this morning for Oakdale where Mrs. Ott will enter the state sanitarium. W. (toddle, Cedar Falls, returned to his home Friday morning after spending several days in Clear Lake superintending the' bunding of a cottage on the south, shore. up by Henry Volstad, secretary of the Commercial club, Walter Jensen apoke favorably of the ^bringing of the Iowa association -of. Blacksmiths .to Clear Lake. Between 400 and 500 persons would be included in this group. A, N. Anderson. also spoke favorably .in getting,the state Masonic lodge convention to'this city in perhaps two years. The secretary stated that several sites were under consideration near Clear Lake which would be recommended to the federal bureau for the erection pf the Veterans' state hospital. 'George Wolf, president of the junior division of the Chamber of Commerce, Mason City, talked briefly of the history of the organization and the accomplishments of . the group during Iti short;existence.';;A LAKERS ENTER MUSIC CONTEST V o c a l an d Instrumental Solos, Orchestra and Chorus Entered. MRS. DOW RITES HELD IN GARNER Former Resident Was Head of Des Moines Branch o f W . F . M . S. GARNER, "March 27.--A memorial service was held yesterday ifternoon for'Mrs; Oner Dow, Des Joints, former' resident here. The W* F, M. S. of the local Methodist church conducted thÂ« (services with Mrs. Wlchman,' president of the organization, presiding.-She spoke'a ew-words in memory, of Mrs. Dow. utrs..-JP. M.-: Spayde' and Mrs.- F.'E. Jtackstone told of 'the younger days of Mrs; Dow when she lived In Garner. The service was closed With a prayer by the Rev. Marlon Sunderlin.. Â· . ' . - . . . Those attending from out. of :own were Mr. and Mrs. Clare Dow knd eon, Robert, Sheridan, Wyo.; tfr.. and.Mrs. A. R. Davis, Foley, Ulna.; .Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dow, Forest City;, Mr.-iand Mrs., "L., E. 3ow,' Sheffield;:'Mrs. E.. J. Olson, lire. ^George Bplslnger, Mrs. Carl Haly.ersori, all of ForestCity;;Mar-' juerlte Dow, Muscatine, Mrs. Flora Oudley,' Des Moines; Â·. Mrs. , H., .E. Watts, 'Clear 'Lake; -Mr. and'. Mrs. E. L.'Br'pokes, Forest City ahi? Mr. and .Mrs. 'Ed Bailey, .of Eelmond. This "service followed' Interment "in Concord cemetery. Funeral rites iad been held in-Des Moines. Mrs. Dow was for 10 years president of the Des Moines branch of the W. F. M. S. . CLEAR '.. , March 27i-- The Clear Lake high school has '.entered In the sub^district music contest at Mason City Saturday. At 1 o'clock the vocal solo group will meet' in the high school auditorium. Contestants in. these are Dorothy 'Baal, soprano; Marguerite Halvorson,.alto; Stanley Wick tenor; and Halvcr ComstoBk baritone. Following this 1 will be 1 the mixed small vocal group ' in which .the local girls' sextet is entered. At the same time in room 213 in the high school the instrumental solos-will 'take place. Stanley Anderson "will .enter In. the violin eolo section and Frances Whlte.'ln the cornet solo :group. At 7:30 o'clock In the evening the lake girls*- glee club and the high school orchestra wil enter in the class B section. CLEAR LAKE CHURCHES CONQREQ ATIONAL Milne, pastor.. Sunday k ARK THEATER CLEAR LAKE FRIDAY "ILLICIT" SATURDAY First Showing In North Iowa "MEN OF THE NORTH" THRILLS! ACTION! ont weaken the chain Stttt chick* on Iniernmtiontl Htatih Chick Muh for the firrt eight weeks and keep tticrn jrowiog Â»nd|dÂ«Ttlop- ing on International Hmlth Growing Math; You will lucre marketable . brollert qnlcktr; Your polio j will mature betttr sod produce (TAKTINO AHÂ» CROWIMC Tb*y contain WOOF-- -tbÂ« 2% combination of diics- tir* ttimulcatJ which kwp poultry healthy aad thriftr. Chicks For Sale Every Wed nesday, AIM) Chick Equip merit, ^puers' .Silrerware Free ib Customers. James Way HATCHERY H. W. HayeÂ», Prop, . Clear Ijiltf, Tow* Phone 183 A A A A A A A A A business firms of Mason City Clear Lake should 'exist so that benefits are derived from each other, the speaker stated. At any time when such a group of young businessmen wish to unite into a Junior chamber of commerce Mr. Wolf Stated that the help of the Mason City : club would be at hand. : Goodman Talks. Frank C. Goodman, Mason City, gave the main address of the evening. He spoke favorably of the Darling- plan which is before the legislature at present. By this bill a survey of the state would be made for the partial restoration of drained areas for fish nurseries. The number would correspond with the amount of money set aside in the budget for the 25 year period. It also suggests that a competent firm outside of the state make the survey. The speaker explained that the best suited places for fish ponds could be discovered by this method. Mr. Goodman stated that the American Game Protective association la working on a survey which it Is hoped will reimburse the farmer sufficiently so that the pheasants may be kept. He was much opposed 'to the Durant bill which provided the unlimited killing of pheasants in case of destruction of crops. In relation to the preservation of the wild fowl he suggested refuga stations for the ducks Â· during mi-. grating' season. By the Introduction of barley on the lakes he suggested an increased amount of lake ducku. Discretion should be used before any steps are taken to rid the beaches of weeds, he stated, because thousands of small fish are imbedded herein, Should the city find It necessary, ho suggests the cutting of the weeds rather than pulling by "the roots. The club unanimously Indorsed Mr. Goodman as a member in the fish and game commission should a law be enacted providing for such. To Help Scouts. C. A. Pease, superintendent of,, Â· local schools, talkfd briefly concerning .the co-operattpn'. of . the school and businessmen. : - Ha will turn over some of the school- supplies to the merchants to sell In the near.future, ha stated. Willis Miller spoke in behalf of the boy scouts of Clear Lakfe. The bird housÂ« contest which Is being stag'ed by two troops will come to a close May 1. Additional interest in craftmanshlp and bird study 'would follow should prizes be offered to the boys he stated. Upon motion from the house a committee is to be appointed by the president to select a number of prizes for the cop^est.. .the . - , W. : B.": Milne, pastor.. Sundaj :e.' ; A Â· school at-.10'o'clock.,Morning wor ^thf^iHipSl^Jlwcrtiab^-'CffiBgo c!iH;.JtJ :aria MS'SdVo'cloelK 1 "^ --:'^: ; . " Â· ' METHODIST J. R- Tumbleson, pastor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Special Pain Sunday song service will be held at tha morning worship and at evening services. W. -W. 'Connelly will sin; "The Psalms", accdnipanied by the i violjn obligato by'SHifley Stanfleld in the mornlrig .service. Sermon theme: 'Triumphs of the Earth." Cite Flying Contest Postponed to April 11 The kite flying contest sponsored by the Boy. Scouts has been post- xmed until Saturday, April 11. This contest will be held-at the airport west of the city. Erdlx Swift, ihairman of. the activities commlt- ,ee of the council, has urged every icout'.to continue preparation for his event. The committee Is eager hat''all boys who are flying kites be very cautious as to where they are flying them. Attention has been called by the P. G^and E to the danger, of flying these kites, near high :enslon' wires. If the string of the cite should get wet and come in con;act with a. high -tension wire it would-no doubt become a: serious matter to the boy concerned. First of New Street Signs Placed by City The first of r the 855 street sign purchases .by the city haye/been placed by city workmen arid the'Job will continue as rapidly as city em- ployes find time, according to P. F. Hopkins, .city manager. Most of the signs placed are of the'box type located on electroliers, but a few poles have been set for the crisscross type. Double signs have been placed on Federal avenue and State street, the base streets of the city. The double marking was Â· considered necessary Because of the difficulty of indicating north and south or east and west on a single sign, Mr. Hopkins Suspended Fine of $25 Levied Against Shield Â·; Otto Shields, Mason City, was given a suspended fine of $25 at po lice court Friday morning oir V charge of intoxication. He was ar rested Thursday night. Alvln Borke, Mason City, ar rested at State street and Adam: avenue Thursday night, was re. leased on a $15 bond. He charged with Intoxication. was ~ CLOSE FOB VACATION. ,;CLEAK :; tiAKB," March "27.--the" Clear Lake schools were dlsmlsse( Friday afternoon for the annua. spring vacation which lasts one week. Most of the teachers will re turn to their homes for an qutlng While many pf the students, are planning trips. We read that a duel between twi German students, in which both at r:30 Senior league at .2:30 o'clock. Ep- were slightly wounded, was a_mat worth league at 6:30 o'clock. Special song service and a travelog by Miss Ruth Watts of the "Passion Play" as she witnessed it In Oberammergau, Germany last summer will be the feature of the evening service at 7:30. Passion week services Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings culminating in the Easter day service. CHURCH OF CHRIST "The Friendly Church." L O. O. F. hall, M. A. Lowe, pastor. Please note the change in time of preaching service Bible school 10 o'clock, F r a n k Long, superintendent. Preaching and observance of Lord supper, 11 o'clock. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Mrs. H. M. Dunsmoor and the Rev.' James Miller, pastors. Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock. Preachln 11 o'clock. Evening services at o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLJC Father J, V. Bacci. Sunday services as follow]: Mass at 10 o'clock. Cathechlsm and class of Instruction for children and adults at 11 o'clock. CHURCH'OF CHRIST, SCD3NTIST North East street. Bible school at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock, subject, "Reality/ 1 Wednesday services at 8 o'clock. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN 3. M. Stenby, pastor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 o'clock. ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN . H-. Q? .y.rnes5, pastor. Confirmation class Saturday at 9:30 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock. An offering will be received for the Belolt children's home. Morning worship at 11 o'clock, sermon theme "King for a Day." Luke 19;38. Special music for the Palm Sunday will be'given by, the choirs. "Blessed Is He'%--E. L. -Afihford, senior choir, and "Palm Branches"--Faura, by the junior choir. Junior Luther league Wednesday at 7 o'clock. Midweek Bible hour Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Ladies Aid Thursday at 2:30 o'clock. Communion services Good Frill.y at 7:30 o'clock. tfigh School Band to Play at Clarion Members of the hlgti" school band under the direction of Gerald R. Prescott will go to Clarion toiplay a good will concert In the Methodist ' church Â· at 8 -o'clock ' Friday night,-April 3. The'ldcal delegation will leave at 5:30 o'clock in the afternoon. Transportation will be furnished by the Rotary and Lions club.. ' H. G, DEAN DIES AT MAYO CLINIC Hemorrhage of Brain Fatal to Iowa State Highway Commissioner. ROCHESTER, Minn., March 27. (JPI--H, C. Dean, Ocheydan, Iowa, state highway commissioner of that state and former state senator, died today of .hemorrahage of /the brain. He came here recently for treatment at the Mayo clinic and had'be en 111 two weeks.:At his bedside were Mrs. Dean and their son, Forest. Another son, Wilbur, was at Ocheydan. Returns' to Greene. GREENE--Mrs. Hattle Sproul arrived home from her winter's stay In California and Washington. Sutton Case Continued by Justice of Peace The Â· case of Oscar Sutton, arrested in Des Moines Wednesday and returned to Mason City Thursday, by Deputy Sheriff Ralph Schlffman', was continued 30 days at a hearing' before Stanley Haynes, justice of peace, Friday morning. He^was charged with desertion. Wayne Eisenmann, Woden, Dies in Hospital Here Wayne Eisenmann, 13% months old son of C. J. Eisenmann, Woden, died at a local hospital early Friday morning. HEARING TO BE SATURDAY. LeRoy J. Walsh was arrested at 1631 Monroe avenue northwest Friday morning aad charged with desertion. His hearing is scheduled for Saturday before Justice of Peace M. C, Coughlon. CHARLES PRIEBE SOUGHT. Police have been asked to help locate Charles Priebe, 77, said to be a resident of Mason City. His/ son died in Missouri and the Western Union is attempting-to reach him. Famous Midgets Are Active as Citizens OAK "BLUFFS, Mass., March 27. (UP)--Two former members of the famous Tom Thumb troupe of'mid- gets, the Misses Lucy and Sarah Adams, are active members .of this Island .town. ' Jho'each Ja mpre^than BO years_ G R U P P PACKING HOUSE MARKET 401 S. Federal Meat Prices Effective From March 28 to April 3 Bacon Squares, Ib. Â·.. Hams, whole or HalfÂ·Â·Â·:'. Pork Shoulder Roast, Ib. Veal Stew, choice, Ib. Sausage, per Ib Hamburger, per Ib. 10' 19' := oid?an'd 'retired,The~'Adams sisters appear occasionally in amateur shows staged for charitable^ purposes. ' Lucy is 49 Inches tall, .while Sarah Is but 46. They are of Puritan extraction, being natives of .Chilmark, where they still have a summer home. Revival Is Held. BANCROFT--H. Nell Malen is conducting revival meetings at the Baptist church. These meetings will close on April 5. Bacon, whole 'Â·Or or half, Ib J.O Beef Roast, choice, Ib. .... Lard, pure, Ib. ,, Rib Boil, pound :. Veal Roast, Ib. ...... CHOICE POULTRY II WHEN IT RAINS i IT J 105 SOUTH FEDERAL HAM SPECIALS FOR EASTER FREE! .y, "lb. : Pkg. Cudahy's Pur'' itpn Slicted Bacon with, every purchase of a * ' . AVHOLE HAM PORK c Roast 10 PORK *Â»Â«* LIVER ft. DILL iamb Â° PICKLESzfor 5. s Center. Cot' , Chnck Roastib 13 VE'AL-. Roast IB ,1'itfR 12 VTTTrp . Hnniiy IX U A Â· Â· Brand OLEO ib. 12*1 HORSERADISH e: OUNCE- BOTTLE . to*: STAFF OF UFE POOD Cooks Quickly Here's a ptunnlng recipe for your next Crescent Spaghetti dish: Mix g r a t e d cheese -with chopped olives as a sprinMe for Crescent Spaghetti. It is delightful. Ideal Sunday'^School to Convene for Summer ' CLEAR LAKE, March 27.--The Idea! Sunday school will hold Its first meeting Sunday at 10 o'clock at district 7 school house. An hour of study will be held. The Rev. George Wolfe, Iowa Falls, will come Easter Sunday to reorganize the Sunday school during the summer month*, Brysons Are Hosts to D. B. L. Group CLEAR LAKE, March 27.--Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Bryson were hosts to members of the p. B. L. club Thursday evening at dinner at the Clear Lake Country club. Mr. and MrÂ». Robert O'Dea were the only guests. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ashland received the prize for high score. Easter novelties were carried out Jn table decorations. ter of only three minutes course, a couple of seconds.--Th Fasi Jerj-ormers To Clean- iih ease and Speed Krtthen Klemcer it nil you need S P R I N G Sprwftimeis PURITAN MAET MALT ICHEST STMN6EST B E S T ^f f QUALITY, LOW gRlGlES at A. P. MARKETS 201 NORTH FEDERAL 122 SOUTH FEDERAL BeeÂ£ Pot Roasts ;:;;;; 11 Pork Loin Roasts H;* J1 Beef Ribs "Â·SJl.r ._.. IfcrSc Hamburger S,* ,,.w.-. lb.:Â£;^e V! CfeAAC* Decker's .English Cure, Â· Â· . Â· : Â· 1W ' ^.4C* DaWn 1 Ib. Cellophane Wrapped ..,...., Â· **f Â·.- : **-*9** Bologna ^f^ de ... %.Rings 25c Chuck Roasts ^.Slfcfc*4%c u AP FOOD STORES Â·"Â· ,, Â· ._ ~ f, MIDDLE WESTERN. The Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co. DIVISIQN UNITED FRUIT CO. 33.EAST STATE. FREE DELIVERY EXTRA SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY FLORIDA SEEDLESS ORANGES, Extra C A r Juicy," Sweet as Honey, 10 pounds J" L GRAPE FRUIT--SUPREME QUALITY Mammoth Siic, 6 for 26c; Jumbo Size, 8 for 25c SUGAR, Pure Cone, 10-pound bag 55c POTATOES, IDAHO KUSSETS, Fancy dÂ»-J 'Â£ Quality, bushel 51-00; 100-lb. bag pm BANANAS, Excellent Stock, (Body Builders), 4 pounds . . 25c COFFEE, Maxwell House or Monarch, pound 35c GALLON FRUIT PUT UP FOR MONARCH (SUPERIOR QUALITY) BLUEBERRIES, Gallon.. 16e ' Net Weiglit, 6 pounds, 8 ozs. RED ^RASPBERRIES. . . . 85o Net Weleht, 6 pounds/ 8. ozs. BLACKBERRIES 65o Net Weight, expounds,- 8 .ozs. MONARCH FOOD-O-WHEAT, Largo package 15c MONARCH PURE PRESERVED, Large. Jars 29c Monarch Tuna Fish, Q C / Â» Med. size, 20c; Large size O3C Monarch Peaches Sliced or Halves, 9 C Â« No. Z'/j can tCDC Monarch Salmon, Med. Â·) C -Â· ' size 25c; Large size.... J J C Monarch Pears Large 25c; ^ t r Extra Large J J C MONARCH WHOLE KERNEL CORN, "J Q Larcre can. . .' *Â· *"- Monarch Grapefruit, 19c Monarch BIng Cherries Medium size can ZSc; QC|Â» Extra Largo can Â«JJC MONARCH EARLV JUNE OR SWEET PEAS, Large cans 15c T?"Dlj l C'CJ '\7irri'R"T At^T TTQ .Avocados, Artichokes, Strawberries, Asparagus, Peas, Â·T I\.H(OX1 V Ji/VJOii A XiJJJ_J-iO Mushrooms, Bnwsel Sprouts, Radishes, Young Onions, Cucumbent, Head Lettuce, Celery, Peppers, Parsley, Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Tomatoes, Rhubarb, Spinach. MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME BAKING.