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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, May 3, 1934
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TWENTY-SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 3 1934 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS. News Editor Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE NO. 239 LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 CINDER AGES GO TO BRITT MEET Lake Team Strong in Weight Events, Lack Long Distance Sprinters. CLEAR LAKE, May 3.--The Lion thin clads will enter the North Iowa track conference.Saturday at Britt. Preliminaries will be run off begin- 'aing at 10 o'clock in the morning. Entries from Buffalo Center, Britt, Garner, Belmond, Northwood and Forest City will also'compete. Harkness, a weight man and high hurdler, will be Buffalo Center's strongest entry for points to defend its 1933 track title. · The locals finished last in the conference meet last year hut have some fairly good material this sea' son. Miller, who placed first in the javelin at the -I. S. T. C. relays, and Chizek, who placed first in javelin In the'invitational meet at Mason City, are expected to place again. Myhr is a strong local prospect for the high jump. Wood for the quarter mile, Joslyn for the high hurdles and Lane for the low hurdles. In running events Wood, Joslyn, Lane and Taylor are the principals. A complete entry list of the Clear Lake team follows: Mile run--Charlesworth, Fredricksen. 100 yd. dash--Joslyn, Lane, Taylor. 220 yd. run--Joslyn, Lane, Taylor. 8SO yd. run--Gardner, R. Andersen, Wood. 440 yd. run--Wood, Callanan, Gardner. 220 yd. low hurdles--Lane, Joslyn, Tripp. 120 yd. high hurdles--Joslyn, Lane, Taylor. High jump--Myhr, Lane. Javelin throw--Miller, Chizek, Braheny. Shot put--Liens, Braheny, Chizek. Discus throw--Chizek, Liens, Braheny. Pole vault--Pease, Lane. Myhr. Half-mile relay--Joslyn, Taylor, Lane, Kawson or Callanan. Mile relay--Wood, Callanan, Gardner, R. Anderson or Taylor. Yet many a man thinks he is tolerant when he is merely afraid to invite comparison.--Wisconsin State Journal. tTGHinq SKIU TOhereper it occurs on. ft« bochj--how- ener Under or seasitiue Ihe path--quick, lij and aafelq retieced bq CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS P A O V T H E A T E R /I I\ JV CLEAK LAKE Thursday and Friday lOc--PLTJS TAX Tim McCoy in "WHIRLWIND" Saturday and Sunday "AS THE EARTH TUKNS" Sec the new smart summer hats. Koeneman Millinery. Jim Schneclt plans to leave Friday for Waterloo where he has accepted a position in the Seahawk studio. He has operated the Schneck studio in Clear Lake. Miss Helen DeWiggins returned Thursday morning from Chicago for a few weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee DeWiggins. She plans to return the latter part of May at the opening of the World's fair. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Klstler and Mrs. Kistler's mother, Mrs. Lelia Wolf, East Main street, plan to move Friday to Waterloo. Mr. Kistler is city salesman and station supervisor of the Mid-Continent Petroleum company in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wecdman have given up their apartment and plan to move to Chicago where Mr. Weedman has accepted a position. Mrs. Lars Lorentzen, who has spent the winter months with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Dickirson, returned to her home at Thompson Thursday. She also observed her ninety-second birthday Thursday. Mrs. W. A. Drew was hostess to members of the St. Margaret's guild at a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home on South Second street Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. C. Sitzer and family who have been living on the north shore moved to the W. H. Dickirson house on East Mam street Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. Fletehcr of Thompson visited at the W. H. Dickirson home Thursday . Homer Bnar, South Second street, is spending several days in Chicago on business. Junior Federated club will meet Thursday night at the home of Miss Jean Matthews, North Third street. Mrs. C. A. Knutson is spending this week in Des Moines with Mr. Knutson. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Pearsall, Vinton, visited in Clear Lake Thursday. Claire Holmes returned to his home south of Clear Lake Tuesday after undergoing an operation at the Park hospital for the amputation of his arm which was broken and badly lacerated in an accident on his farm. Knutson for Governor Club to Sponsor Tea CLEAR LAKE,.May 3 ; --The Women's Knutson for Governor club will hold a silver tea Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the city hall "Elizabeth the Queen," a drama written by Maxwell Anderson and produced by the theater guild in New York, will be reviewed by Mrs Bertha Branson Arvin. This is the first in a series spon sored by the club. Next week Mrs Gladys Telland will review the play "Mary of Scotland," also by Max well Anderson. It is a curren Broadway play. Thf teas are open to the public A general discussion will follow th program. She's more than Pleased With her WESTINGHOUSE . . . . We have a W E S T I N G H O U S E for YOUR HOUSE TERMS Evenings by Appointment CURRIE-VAN NESS CO. Dealer For Mason City -- Clear Lake -- Manly -- Nora Springs OPPYSALETO BE ON MAY 26 uxiliary Begins Fund for Purchase of Flag for City Hall. CLEAR LAKE, May 3.--The ommunity service committee, Mrs. H. Powell, Mrs. T. E. Sondrol id Mrs. E. H. Pittman, presented program of readings by high chool students. Lucille Winnie and arold Charlesworth gave orator- al readings, "The Finger of God," nd "The Planners" and Evelyn Itchell gave a humorous reading, The First Day at Kindergarten." Mrs. Frank Knutson was chosen hairman of the poppy committee, and will be assisted by Mrs. Forde .·ee, Mrs. Jens Wind, Miss Jean latthews and Mrs. Harold Crane. Vbout 1,000 poppies are to be sold n the Clear Lake streets on Sat- rday. May 26, on national poppy ay, just prior to Memorial day. The local unit pledged $5 to start fund to purchase a flag for the ity hall. Mrs. A. B. Phillips and Mrs. W. C. Carroll make up the ommittee on arrangements. Mrs. Jens Wind reported the 10.35 was taken in on the bridge benefit held by the finance committee. A report of the fourth dis- :rict convention at Charles Citj was given by Mrs. Lyle Stunkard. Friday--Christian Workers meet at Mrs. J. S. Anderson home, East Main street. Final picnic dinner of D. A. R., at Mrs. J. F. Palmeter home, 6:30. State music contest at Iowa City. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom, Wit Thoma playing. Knutson for Governor club silver tea, city hall, 3, book review by Bertha Arvin. North Iowa conference track meet. W. R. C. supper at I. 0. 0. F. hall, 6. Clear Lake Calendar 68 STUDENTS GO TO IOWA CITY Band to Compete With National Winner in Class B Section. CLEAR LAKE, May 3.--Supt. C. . Pease, Miss Clara Metcalf and ohn Kopecky will accompany and haperon the musicians from Clear ake who will attend the state mu- c festival at Iowa City Friday and aturday. The local school was second in and last year and competes with inton, a national winner from last :ar. Playing in the band and orchestra ·e a number'of grade school children both from the Lincoln building ind main building. Students making the trip include: lerald Alter, Stanley Anderson, 'aul Anderson, Izetta Bacon, David Barber, Charles Barlow, Jean Beckner, Harold Charlesworth, Charlotte Chappell, Edward Chappell, Greta Chappell, Maxine Christiansen Homer Cobb, Maxine Colgan, Virginia Colgan, Gordon Coyier. Omar 'olgan, Kathleen Estergard, Maxine Fox, Marjorie Floy. Elizabeth Gardner, Evangeline ardner, Neva Harding, Dagny Hoirup, Elizabeth Hughes, Margare' Hughes, Mary Ann Hughes, Patricia Hushaw, Warren Jacobsen, Elsit Jacobsen, Doris Jensen, Myron Jac obsen, Jack Kennedy, Elizabeti Kennedy, Marguerite'Kennedy, Wil liam" Kennedy, Dorothy Kenyon Betty King, Milo Knutson, Dean Kudej. Madaline Kudej. Gladys Lewis, Gladys Lomen Helen Lomen, Adolph Luker, Bar bara McCoy, Ray McGowan, Le roy Miller, Hortense · Mills, Evely Mitchell, BUI Moore, Darleen Nel son, Clarence Pease, Jr., Irma Pel erson, Lois Peterson, Clayton Pitt man, Naomi Pine, Ronald Rawson Eloise Sandry, Winifred Sandrj Adeline Sutcliffe, Grace Sutcliff Clifford Vik, Helen Wetterling Jeanette Wilson, Marguerite Winni Lucille Winnie, Charlotte Wolf or and Margaret Wurtzer. Mrs. Woodford Hostess to Mission Study Unit CLEAR LAKE, May 3.--The Congregational Mission Study group met at Mrs. C. R. Woodford's home Wednesday afternoon. The president, Mrs. A. E. Copley, conducted the business session and Mrs. C. R. Wood the lesson, "Our Responsibilities Toward Our Younger People." A playlet, ."Hidden Treasures," was given by a group of the members. Mrs. L. E. Ashland sang a solo, accompanied by Mrs. W. W. Choate. A buffet lunch was served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. J. B. Patterson. The rest of the afternoon was spent socially. Reading and Singing Given for Lions Club CLEAR LAKE, May 3.--W. D. ardun, singer at the evangelistic leetings at the M. E. church this ·eek, entertained the Lions club /"ednesday noon at the Lions cafe ith several selections. Miss Evelyn Hitchell gave a humorous reading, The First Day at Kindergarten." The Rev. B. W. Riuer was the other uest. KRASCHELSEES PROGRESS MADE Tells Holiday Group AAA as Temporary Plan Entitled to Support. DES MOINES, May 3. Iffy-Lieut. Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel of Iowa told National Farmers Holiday association delegates in their annual convention today that progress is being made under the agricultural adjustment act toward restoring liigher prices for farm products. Referring to the AAA as a known "temporary measure," Kraschel, one of the principal speakers at the afternoon session of the convention, declared it to be "entitled to the support of farmers until something better is offered." Joining other speakers in support of the demand for cost of production figures plus a reasonable profit for agriculture, the lieutenant governor said that "if and when a cost plus code for farmers is adopted, Iowa will gladly sign. Drive Out Inefficient. "Such a code will, of course, drive out of existence the less efficient farmer, thereby curtailing production until it Balances with consumption," he said. His references to the AAA were made in summarizing the steps taken under the national recovery jrogram. 'The agricultural adjustment act was passed," he said. "Designed to restore higher prices for the products of the farms, and though much fault is being found today by farmers throughout the country for lack of more speed in accomplishing this desired objective, the fact remains that progress is being made and the temporary measure, which, it is well known to be, is entitled to support of farmers until something better is offered. Apology to None. "I, without apology to any group or class, join in demanding for the American farmer the full cost of production, plus a reasonable profit," he continued. By providing a livelihood for those who had been unemployed, the National Industrial Recovery act, he said, undoubtedly will have the effect of advancing the prices for farm products. "Personally, I can't agree with all of the policies that are in vogue," he said at another point in his address after detailing the national recovery prograTM and the co-operative steps in this direction taken by Iowa. Can't Accept Ail. "I can't accept all of the temporary measures of crop reduction as the permanent program for farmers," he said. "In the molding of a permanent program, I urge the farmers of his nation to wage an organized fight for a fair share of American benefactions. The establishment of rogressive democracy means a new and better day for the farmer and wage earner." The democratic lieutenant governor concluded with a tribute to the leadership of President Roosevelt. R.LJAMESTS TAKEN TO HOME School Secretary, Wounded by Bank Bandit, Unable to Use Leg. R. L. James, secretary of the board of education, who was wounded by bandits during the holdup of 'the First National bank March 13, has been dismissed from the Mercy hospital following seven weeks confinement. ' Mr. James is not able to use his leg and he was taken to his home in an ambulance but his condition was reported good by his physician. Mr. James has been improving steadily since his recovery from the first shock of the shooting. You see. If Californians hadn't made Japan mad, she might have let them have a few battleships.- Midwest Keviexv. Jack Rosenstein Is Found Not Guilty of Contempt of Court Jack Rosenstein of Des Moinea Thursday was declared not guilty of contempt of court in a decree made out by Judge M. F. Edwards who heard the state's case which charged that Rosenstein had violated a permanent injunction enjoining him. from transporting moving picture films to theater operators in North Iowa affiliated with the Exhibitors' Co-operative Film Services association. All is relative, and a sedan seems a hardship if you are accustomed to a limousine.--Lincoln Star. CUTICURA ForSkni Comfort Cutleura Soap contains the same medication tEat has made Cutleurn Ointment tho first thought in the treatment of pimples, eczema and other skin troubles-healing cases that seemed almost hopeless. Count on Cnticnra to tccp your skin at its beet always. Write far amiitt foUcr on the care of the ekin Addr B: "Cutlcurn." DepU 9G, Maiden, Mail. Edward G. Bremer Is First Witness at Grand Jury Inquir) ST. PAUL, May 3. (50--Edwar I G. Bremer, St. Paul banker wh paid $200,000 for his release by ki napers after being imprisoned fo 22 days, was the first witness calle before the federal grand jury whic reconvened today to consider indie ments against four Chicago person I held for conspiracy under the Line I bergh law in the abduction. Game Commission Meets. DES MOINES, May 3. UP)--The tate fish and game commission as holding its monthly meeting to- ay in Iowa City. The board plans inspect the development of Johnn Lake near Solon. A CCC camp located near the lake. litesforW.RBoyd Held at Funeral Home Funeral services for W. H. Boyd. 7, who died at his home, 305 First treet southeast,-Monday evening, ·ere held at the McAuley funeral ome Thursday morning. The Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Ihurch of Christ, was in charge of .he services. Burial was at Elm- vood cemetery. Miss Elizabeth Stevens sang, 'Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and 'Above the Bright Blue." She was accompanied by Dorothy Allen. Pallbearers were E. 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