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May 11, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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-TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 11 ·§ 193* Dancing TUESDAY MAVIS FISHING Golfing + + + Boating + + + Bathing OPENING OF PIKE FISH SEASON COMES TUESDAY/MAY 15 NEW FISH LAWS GO INTO EFFECT FROM FIRST DAY Legal Size for Pickerel and Northern Pike Is 15 Inches. CLKAR LAKE, May 11.--A lew . new rules and regulations have been adopted by the fish and game department which go into effect Tuesday, the opening day of the 1934 season, according to I. T. Bode, state game warden. Again this year fishing is not permissible until 5 o'clock on the morn. ing of May 15, while two years prior, fishing waa legal at midnight of May 14. Bass Season Opens June 15. All legal limits of game fish may be lawfully taken in all waters of . the state on that date with the exception of rock, silver and black bass, crappie, blueglll and sunfish. Most of these have open season beginning June 15. The size limit of several types of fish has been changed. The Northern pike or pickerel must measure 15 inches from tip of nose to tail, whereas last season 13 inches was the · required length. This is also true of bluegills, which must new measure five inches whereas four inches was the former legal length. Size Limits. Northern pike, pickerel .15 inches Wall-eyed pike 13 inches Catfish 12 inches Black bass, sand pike 10 Inches Rock bass, silver bass, trout, crappie, perch .. 7 inches Bluegill 5 inches The one day's'catch and possession limit is 25 game fish including /bullheads, of which not more than 15 in the aggregate are black bass, silver bass, rock bass, sand pike, wall-eyed pike, great Nortnern pike, pickerel, salmon. Not more than eight of these may be black rock, or silver bass, sand, wall-eyed or Great Northern pike, in any one day. These may be kept in possession of the fisherman not more than two days. Licenses are required of all male fishermen of 16 years of age or over and may be obtained at a charge of $1. Non-resident licenses for either male or females may be obtained at a cost of $1 for a period of 6 days, and non-residents for a fishing period of over 6 days at a cost of 53. No license is required Tor owners or tenants of lands, their wives or children when fishing on their own lands. Can Have Two Lines. It is permitted for each fisherman to use two lines with one hook on each line, except when casting or trolling with a spoon hook or other artificial bait. Each person in possession of a fishing license may use one throw or trot line in the inland waters of the state and which .shall not contain more than 15 hooks. An exception is made for this on any stocked lake or within 300 feet of any dam or spillway or where posted against such use. Each person shall be in constant attendance of all lines at all times and the lines shall not be set entirely across the body of water in which they are placed. One end must be attached to the shore and be visible ahove the shore water line. Each fisherman may use one throw or trot line which shall not contain more than 25 hooks in the boundary waters of the state. State deputy game wardens Frank Phinoey and S. H. Smith who are patrolling this section warn fishermen to have licenses in their lossession while on the lake. Any fish taken that are less than legal size should be handled with wet .ands and released under water immediately in order to avoid injury to the fish. RITZ TAVERN TO HAVE OPENING Bar Installed and Coe Pettit Is Engaged as Pianist for Evenings. CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--The Ritz Tavern on the south shore will open Saturday night, May 12. Preparations will be completed for the opening of the dining room so that t can accommodate the fishermen irriving Monday for the opening of .he fish season. The interior of the building has been redecorated to silver and black and the dance floor re-sanded for dancing. A .number of new booths have been installed in addition to the number of small private dining rooms. A new refrigeration system has jeen installed and a bar built open- ng on to the diningroom. Charles Ritz, manager of the tavern has been ·ranted a class B beer permit. Coe Pettit who has pleased dancers at several night clubs around the lake has been engaged as pianist. A new 60 foot dock has been irected directly in front "of th» hotel. ^ole-Gardner Stand Opens at Clear Lake CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--The Jole and Gardner stand on West iecond street has been opened for everal weeks and will be of ser- ice to its patrons. The building has een remodelled and repainted white nd green. A beer garden is oper- ted in connection with the stand, ion Cole and John Gardner are the roprietors. Touristville Boat Livery SOUTH AND NORTH SHORE Why not go where you get the best Boats, Motors, Cabins, Bait, Guides with life experience on clear Lake--Mr. Win. Hap- goo3, Mr. F. Vernon, Mr. Charles Whitney. Look for the name Touristville on your boat for service. Have our Factory Trained Mechanics do your Outboard Motor repair work on any make of motor. Touristville Boat Livery WILLOW INN N. W. SHORE--CLEAR LAKE Highway 18 BEER SANDWICHES LUNCHES CABINS GASOLINE and · OIL WE SUPPLY YOUR ENTHIE FISHING NEEDS LICENSE TACKLE BAIT BOAT GUIDE PHONE 27, Ventura, for Reservations GREEN BROS. PROPRIETORS YOU'LL MAKE A GOOD CATCH AT WILLOW INN TWO DAYS' CATCH AT LAKE CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--Here is an example of the kind of fish taken from Clear Lake on the two opening days last year. These proud anglers, C. L. Green, owner o£ the Willow Jnn at the head ol the lake, and Frank Condon, guide at this boat livery, have, a haul of 22 pike on their strings and a few blaegill and perch. A large amount of game fish was caught in the seines while state fishermen were out this spring. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Robert Cox^who has been headquartering at Nevada as a pipeline walker of the Kansas City pipeline ompany has been transferred to St. .Paul. Miss Harriet Sheridan and broth- jr, Phillip Sheridan, plan to leave Friday night for Ames where they will attend the Veishea celebration )f the Iowa State college and visit 'riends. Mrs. Clyde Drury of Marshall,own is visiting several days with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Peterson, North Second street. William Leitterman is spending several days at Iowa City where he is going through the clinic. Miss Billie Milne, teacher at Hampton, plans to spend Mother's day with, her folks, the Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Milne. Reuben Grell has left for Ames where he is a special guest of the Iowa State college over the Veishea celebration. He is the one chosen Tom the local high school to visit. Many high schools of the state will be represented. Touistville Boatlines Set for Fishing Season CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--The Touristville Boat Liveries operating on the south shore by the Tourist park and on the north shore across rom the Clear Lake Country club ave their boats in good condition or the opening of the fishing sea- on and have purchased a number f new boats for hire. Factory trained mechanics are maintained to repair outboard motors. Several of the best guides on the ake, William Hapgood of Wichita, Kans., Frank Vernon and Charles Whitney are employed here. L. L. Henningsen, owner of the boat livery, has given the management of the north shore boat house to H. Linne. Clear Lake Calendar CONGREGATIONAL Sunday school at 10. Morning worship at 11, sermon theme 'Mothers." Special music by ^hoir and solo by Mrs. W. L. Bennett. Congo club picnic at 4.--W. B. Milne, pastor. METHODIST Mother's day. Church school a( 9:45, R. D. Robbins, superintendent, with a graded course of study foi all age groups. Morning worship a1 11, with sermon theme "Mother." Reception of members. Special music by choir. Junior Epworth league at 2:30. Senior and intermediate league, 6:30. Evening worship a1 7:30 with preaching by pastor.- B. W. Riner, pastor. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Sunday school at 10. Preachin; by pastor at 11. Evening services at 8. Prayer meeting Thursday al 8.--S. M. Stenby, pastor. ZION LUTHERAN Confirmation class Saturday al 9. Sunday school 9:45 with classes for all ages. Morning worship 11:00 with special services for Mother's day. Offering to director of junio; choir w'11 be received. Sermon theme, "The Lingering Mother.' John 19:25. Music by the vested : unior and senior choirs. Catechization of confirmants at 8:00 under sponsorship of Luther league Mother-daughter banquet Monda; night. Confirmation services Ma; 20.--H. O. Urnesg, pastor. CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street. Sunday schoo at 10. Morning worship at 11. PARK T H E A T E R CLEAR LAKE Friday--lOc Plus Tax "TRAIL DRIVE" Saturday-Sunday "SEARCH FOR BEAUTY" A. R. Petersen Feted at Birthday Party 'CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--A group of 20 friends and. relatives held a surprise party for A. R. Petersen at his home on North Fifth street Tuesday night on the occasion of his fifty-fifth birthday. The evening was spent in playing five hndred and a dinner was served. RITZ HOTEL UNDSR MANAGEMENT OF CHAHLES RITZ rrs* NOW OPEN AND SERVING ... REGULAR MEALS . . . SHORT ORDERS . . . CHICKEN . . . FISH AND STEAK DINNERS DINE and DANCE at the RITZ ALL BRANDS BEER BOTTLED AND TAP For Reservations PHONE 37-F-3 THE CLEAR LAKE COMMERCIAL CLUB Welcomes You . . . TO NORTH IOWA'S MOST POPULAR SUMMER RESORT STANFIELDWILL MANAGE BAYSIDE Park Dance Pavilion Will Be Enlarged; Bathhouse Improved. CLEAR , LAKE, May 11.-- Roy Stanfield, who is in charge of the management of the Bayside park and the boatlines this season, has started extensive improvements in the amusement center. Ernest Andersen, contractor, has been engaged to remodel the dance pavilion so that it is 30 feet longer. Both of the spaces at the end of the hall will be built into dancing space. Many of the old buildings are being torn down and a number of good attractions have been booked in for the season. A new high pressure water works system has been purchased by the management from Crane company In order to provide the latest of equipment for pure drinking water md rest rooms. The bathhouse is to be remodeled in the near future and it will be subrented. Skating parties will be held there on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights in the pavilion. A new skating rink is being built about 108 feet in length. The White Pier dock will be erected Mason City Persons Move Into Cottages CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--The cottage business has slowed up some since* the wind storm. Among the latest arrivals are Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Manley, Mason City, who have taken possession of their cottage on the north shore. The Josef Konvalinka -family of Mason City have moved into their cottage on the Camp Grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Schwartz and family of Burchinal have moved into the "Iowa" cottage in. Oak- wod park for the season. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Washbum of Mason City have taken possession of theif cottage in P. M, park for the season. The W. E. Banford family of Des Moines are spending several days in the Bush cottage on West Second street which they have rented for the season. Miss' Kay Gustafson of Des Moines has rented the Benbow Inn on South Second street for the month of June. Peter Swanson, Jim Anderson, George Peitzke Via Martin Hosband. Burial was made in the Clear Lake -cemetery. Mr. Stanfield plans to have the park in condition for a grand opening on May 27. Rites Held for Mrs. ' Axel Fredrickson CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--Funeral services for Mrs. Axel Fredrickson were held Thursday afternoon at the Zion Lutheran church with the Rev. H. O. Urness in charge. Special music was provided by Mrs. Ole Ashland and Mrs. Carl Ashland, who sang several numbers Pallbearers were Charles Eliasen, CLEAR LAKE Frenchy Graffolier AND HIS NEW YORKERS SATURDAY, MAY 13 Ladies 35c Gents 40c rtus TAX GRAND OPENING MIXED DANCE MONO AY, MAY 14 For the Old and Young DANCING 9 TO 1 FEATURING THE Little German Band From WMT Ladies 35c Gents 35c PLUS TAX SURF STAND IN SURF BALLROOM OPEN DAILY Serving Chicken, Bar-B-Q Ribs, Sandwiches, Cigarettes and Drink. Tables, Booths or Counter Service. JNCXW. BEERY Keal Estate Office and Residence on Division Street, One Block North of Surf Ballroom-Phone 15 --Clear Lake, Iowa , I N S U R A N C E O F A L L K I N D S FISHIN'G LICENSES SEE ME FIRST NOTARY PUBLIC 50 Desirable Lakeshore and Other Cottages Residences -- Farms For Rent or Sale SUMMER THRILLS! CLEAR LAKE KOOL STEIN CAFE DINE AND BRING THE FAMILY! STAY ALL DAY DANCE MUSIC BY NEW DANCEMASTER We will dine you--dance you--you can bathe yourself in the cool refreshing waters of Clear Lake. FRIED CHICKEN STEAKS - RffiS SANDWICHES A REAL VACATION ALL IN ONE DAY AT YOU'LL ENJOY OUR NEW DANCE FLOOR Wellmon's Beach

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