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April 2, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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18 CITY HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor R«sldence Phone S40W Lake Grl6be*Gazette** OFFICE PHONE So. 239 UEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising- Residence Phone 67 GAMPFIRE GIRLS HONOR BIRTHDAY Chickagami Group Observe National and Local Anniversary. CLEAR LAKE, April 2.--The Chickagami Campfire group enter tatned guests at its birthday party last night at the library clubrooms TBis is Hie third birthday for the group ana the twentieth for the national organization. A short. program of stunts, songs and dances was given. The members of the camp sang "Mammy Moon,"-and a trio composed of Feme Broofcs,.'De- lores Anderson and Lynette Cornstock sang several popular selections. Anna May Jensen gave a clog dance. A pantomlne was presentee by Dorothy Clock, Jane Druley, Ardilia Shoop and Irene .Gardner. Eleanor Runcle and Marianna Frost conducted some group stunts among.the guests. The remainder ol the evening was spent In dancing Refreshments were served by the commltee, Lynette Comstock. and Marrianna FrosL , The guests included Arma Dee Long, Algona;. Marguerite Halvorson, Miriam. Brager; Charlotte Ames, Greta BlacUmore, Genevieye Wright, Mary Helen Brose, Cleo Champan, Clothilda Phillippe, Ruth Byers and Amber Brown. Sam Kennedy Talks on Florida Fishing CLEAR LAKE, April 2.--Sam Kennedy, Jr., was the speaker at the weekly session of the Lions club Wednesday noon at the Soda Grill. He reviewed his trip thru the south during the past winter. He related his fishing- experiences on the Florida Keys and in the Gulf of Mexico. Pulling in 70 fish in, two hours on the Keys tended to make fishing; quite uninteresting he stated. THTTRSDAT? -- FRIDAY CONSTANCE BENNETT "Sin Takes a Holiday" I A R K T H E A T E R CLEAR LAKE CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS New shipment of lined tie scarf in all color combinations, also wash able suede gloves in eggshell an white. Come In and see them. Th Family Store. · Herbert Bussa and Russell Fisher Chicago, arrived Wednesday to visi their parents. Mr. Fisher will staj with his parents at Britt while Mr Bussa will visit at the home of hi parents, Mr. anj Mrs. Fred Bussa. Miss Emma Graham, Chicago, ac companies them to Clear Lake. Mrs. John Lungren left tht morning for Madison, Minn., where she will make a visit at the home of her mother. Genuine Bluclay knitted salts, silk and wool, priced at -$15, $25 and $38.50. See them at The Familj Store. Mrs. v; M: WalU» is visiting a i the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ken.' ueth Riggs, Clarksvllle. John Ferguson has received word of the death of his only brother Dr. R. J. Ferguson', in England. Mr. and Mrs. D. Cat Branson and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Plattenburg started Tuesday on the return trip from Pasadena,' Gal.,, where they have been spending the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Power and Joe Manning-, Mason City, are moving into the Glen Villa cottage on the camp grounds. Beautiful new dresses and hats for Easter wear. Peter Pan Shop. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McEwen, Mason City, arrived Wednesday to take possession. of their cottage at 732 South Second street for the summer season. · Mrs. O. P. Chris tensen plans to open the campgrounds grocery on Monday. She wO! be assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Ben Krai], who is living in the Johnson cottage. Arma Des Long, Algona, arrived Wednesday for a short stay at the home of her cousin, Miss Marianna Frost; North Fourth street- Miss Carol Johnson went to Britt today to visit at 'the home of her aunt, Mrs. Anna Brayton. David McCulley returned Wednesday after spending several days at his home in Indianola. New shipments are arriving daily n silk dresses and ensembles hi regular and half sizes. Prices $10 nd $15. The Family Store. The democrats are having one awful time trying to figure out which is the best transportation to the white house; by camel or brass ail.--Ohio State Journal. j METHODISTS TO GIVE CANTATA "Christ Victorious" Is on Program for Sunday Evening Service. CLEAR LAKE, April 2.--The cantata "Christ Victorions" will be gtv- en by Methodist choir Sunday evening. It is under the direction of W. W. Connelly with Mrs. Harry E. Mason at the organ., The cantata will be preceded by the organ prelude "Jesus Christ is Risen Today" and invocation by the pastor, the Rev J. R. Tumbleson. The cantata will be presented In most part by tho choir with the four voices predominating. There will also be solo parts with the choir accompaniment. "Rejoice and Be Glad" by the choir; "Ride on tn Majesty" by Wayne Wolford, "Go to Dark Gethsemane," by choir, alto and tenor duet; "The Hour is at Hand," by Rollin Bohntag and choir; "There Is a Green Hill Far Away" by men's-chorus; "The Glory of the Cross" by Dorothy Kenyon; "How Calm and Beautiful the Morn," bv W. W. Connelly and Verne Jensen concludes the first part of the cantata. "Joybells of Easter" by 'the choir; "Hear the Story," women's chorus in trio; "This Is the Day" by the choir; "Sing a Hymn of Gladness by tho men's and women's choruses; "My Redeemer Lives," by Violet Wolford. lead Up to. the grand finale by the choir "Lift~ Your, Glad .Voices" ano "O Lord, Thou Art My God." Included inthe choir are Mary Barber, RolHn Bohning, Louis Clock, Greta Chappeli, Anna Mary Callanan, Charlotte Chappeli, Nora Chapman, Donna Davenport, Myrna Dodd, Donald Carroll and Violet Eastman, Sam and Leona Farrow, Viola, Eethcl and Reuben Grell, Lucille Hanna, Alma Hopkins, Marjoria Hansen, Verne and Gordon Jensen. Mrs. D. E. Kenyon, Dorothy Ken- foa, Molly Lyons, Marjorie Lyons. 3. Lyons, Harry E. Mason, Barbara 3tt, Mrs. Carrie Ostrander, Evelyn 'aimer, Bernice Palmer, Edith. Geneva and Harold Rice, Virginia md Dorothy Sherman, Fay Trip- ett, Mary and Margaret Tumble- on, Alma Thomps6n, Mrs. F. W. 'riplett, Charlotte and Wayne Wol- ord, Stanley Wick, Esther Way, lolet Wolford and Kathleen Watts. Charles Gile Weds · Des Moines Girl CLEAR LAKE, April 2.--The marriage of Cha.rles B. Gile, son of Mrs. R. P. Monplosure, Rogers hotel, to Nina Adams, Des Moines has been revealed "in Clear Lake! The pair were married in Des Moines in March while Mr. Giles was employed at that place. They plan to make their home in Clear Lake during the summer. They now live at the Irene Bell cottage on the camp grounds. Mr. Gile was graduated from the local high school in 1925. Youths Take First Lake Dip for 1931 CLEAR LAKE, April 2.--The call of the open waters has beckoned and several Clear Lake youths have already taken a series of dips in the lake. The first this season was reported to be March 26 when Junior Martin and Andrew Jorgen took a swim before the snow came. Junior Martin went tn again Wednesday April 1. . Daughter Is Born to '" Former Lake Resident CLEAR LAKE, April 2.--Mrs. E. R. Clock is visiting- at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Peckham, in Pay Pau,. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Peckham announced the birth of a. daughter, Sylvia Gay, which is their first child. Mrs. Peckham was formerly Betty Clock. Relatives Observe Anniversary of Pair CLEAR LAKE, April 2.--A group of 20 relatives of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Raymond staged a surprise on them Wednesday evening in observance of their twenty-sixth wedding anniversary. The evening was spent in April fool stunts. A dinner was served by the group. Minnesota Asked to Spend $75,000 Upon 1933 World's Fair ST. PAUL, April 2. UR--A recommendation that $75,000 be appropriated for Minnesota's participation In the 1933 World's fair at Chicago was submitted Governor Floyd B. Olson today by a comm'it- tce of five, appointed by him. STANDS BY BURKE C U R R I E - V A N N E S S C O. VIGORO DEALERS 11 North Federal Ave. Phone 17. K E M B L E ' S G R E E N H O U S E Distributors for VIGORO 1205 South Federal Ave. Phone 55 ¥ ·- [u can't. blame your LAWN for the way If looks. When yon never give ft a Square Meal O F ecmme, your lawn aants to thrive for you--to grow Telvety, smooth, «nd beautiful. But the odds are all against it nnlcss you/eed it and feed it enough. For most Boils are deficient in nourishment, because we tail to replenish the supply of food- that plants take put year ·f ter year. Give your lawn the square meaj for plants I Four pounds of Vigoro to every 100 square feet. Feed you; flowers, shrubs, trees «nd vegetables the same ration. Results will amaze yon! 3,000,000 home gardeners nowrtly on Vigoro as their best assurance of gardening success. Vigoro is complete, scientifically balanced, clean and odorless. It is the largest selling plant food. Vigoro la easy to apply. Just read directions, spread evenly, wet down or rake. And the cost is less than 20 cents per 100 square feett Your garden supply dealer can tell you how much Vigoro you need. Ask to see the Vigoro Spreader, too. It makes apply- Death of Laughlin in Burning Stable Called Accidental \ROCKFORD, HI., April 2. t£-- A^coroner'a jury returned a verdict of accidental death today at an Inquest over the body of Elmer Laughlin, 53, who died in : h!3 burning barn yesterday while apparently trying to remove automobiles from it. Testimony before Coroner Jesse . Alkln was that no one saw Laughlin, reputedly wealthy and son . of the late Judge Henry D. Laughlin of Chicago and Ashland, WJs., enter the barn. His body was identified by dental work. Promise of Respite From Flood on West Coast Is Promised SEATTLE, Wash., April 2. m~- Promise of respite from Hoods which have taken an estimated toll of five humani lives and $1.000,000 in. property and livestock -was welcomed in the Pacific northwest today. The peak of highwater which disrupted highway and rail traffic and flooded, several towns in Washington, Oregon and Idaho was believed to have been passed. Mrs. Bonnie Burke, above, wife of the notorious Fred Burke, Chicago gangster, has told Kansas City, Mo., that she believed her husband to be a salesman and that she Juiew nothing of his record. Photo shows her at the Kansas City vpolice station, where she was taken following Burkc's capture on her father's farm, near Green City, Mo. It is understood that Burke had just com- i pleted negotiations to Imlld a *20,000 home there. Counting of Iowa Alumni Ballots Will Start Soon , t CITY, April 2._TaUying of ballots in the University of Iowa's alumni association election soon will begin under the direction of Frederic G. HIgbee, executive secretary of the organization. Hundreds of alumni in all sections of the nation had balloted in the 1931 election when the polls officially were closed Wednesday. 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A product of SWIFT COMPANY Get Vigoro where you buy lawn and garden supplies Complete plant food for lawns, flowers, gardens, shrubs, trees Pantages Assured of One More Chance to Escape Prison Stay SAN FRANCISCO, Ayril 2. UP)-Another chance to escape prison was assured Alexander Pantages, theater magnate, today. -An appellate court order for a new trial on charges of criminally assaulting Eunice Pringlc, youthful dancer, in his Ixjs Angeles offices two years ago, was affirmed by the state supreme court. Kennel Fire Kills 28 Dogs Worth $50,000 SHREWSBURY, Mass.,, April 2 UD-- Fire in the Welfare kennels, maintained by Dr. .and Mrs. Tomer Gage, today destroyed 28 valuable dogs, many of them internationally known, causing a loss of 550,000 to $60,000. mmmm I Buy VIGORO From B O O M H O W E R - S T R E E T E R 113 North Federal Ave. Phone 142 14 Schools Entered in Theater Tourney DES MOINES, April 2.--Fourteen entries have been received to date In the fifth annual Iowa State high school theater tournament sponsored by Drake University, Prof. James J. Flderlick. director of the tournament, announced. The one -act play competition -wil] be for the -N. E. Kendall awards and the Drake-Kendall trophies. The contest will be held in the Drake auditorium April 20 to 25. ThB schools entered to date Include: Albia, Ames, Beacon Carroll, Dallas Center, Manilla.' Manning, Monona,,Sac City, Storm Lake, Valley Junction, Vlnton Washington and Woodward i A n n o u n c e m e n t . * . to Auto and Vrusk Gwnevs We have purchased the business' of the GOURSHOH SERVICE STATION at 121 North Delaware Ave. This Is Our Hew Home It is our aim to give the motorists of this community the utmost in efficient and courteous attention. Complete Automobile Service Greasing, Washing, Tares, Batteries, Oil, Repair Shop Watch for announcement of formal opening when remodeling is completed. i . WE WELCOME OUR- OLD AND NEW PATRONS * Stoddard Supply Co. Now Doing Business at 121 North Delaware Ave. (Formerly Courshon Secvice Station) Large Dive-in Space -- : : -- Plenty of Parking Room Nearby m^m I

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