Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 11, 1934 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, May 11, 1934
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MAY 11 ·§ 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN FISHING Boating Bathing TUESDAY MAyiBp^;* Fishing Sailing NORTH IOWA OUT-OF-DOOR PAGEANT PLANNED AT LAKE 300 CHARACTERS TO HAVE ROLES IN PRODUCTION Showy Dramatic Exhibit to Be Based on History of Locality. CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--Organization plans for the greatest pro- dustion of North Iowa are underway by the Clear Lake Commercial club. It is to be a pageant which includes the early history of Cerro Gordo county and surrounding' counties back to the earliest settlers of the locality. Arc Co-Chairmen. P. P. Walker and E. R. Boyle nave been selected to serve as co- i chairmen of the general committee fof the pageant. Other members of .this committee are Lee P. Loomis, Mason City, W. H. Ward and W. A. js. i Ames. This committee with the president ! and secretary of the Commercial ! club will select the rest of the cora- i mittees. Besides the general chairman, there will be nine other chairmen who will all sit on the gen- 'eral board and handle the entire , business and financial program of v : the pageant. « It will be necessary to appoint "j finance, publicity, talent, pageant BOATS BAITS GUIDES at HUEY'S BOAT LINE Right on the Fishing Grounds at Bayside grounds, costume properly, rislori- cal, miscellaneous and program chairmen before the arrival of the director from the John B. Rogers Producing company of Fostoria. Ohio. Scenario to Be Written. Facts about the hsitory of this community and locality have been sent into the scenario writers for this particular production. The director is expected to arrive the first part of June to start work for the production. It will be presented July 3, 4, 5, at four performances. About 300 selected from all parts of the county will have roles in the production. It is the aim to have persons representing the early settlers of each locality in the production. It is the plan to hold this brilliant and dramatic display out-of- doors close to the lake shore. All setings and costumes are furnished by the producing company. This is the same company which produced several of the great pageants at the Century of Progress last summer. LUTHERANS TO I CAMP AT LAKE University President to Be ' Main Speaker at I Rally. BELMOND, May 11.--Lutheran groups who are members of the American Lutheran conference are planning a seven-day camp on the south shore of Clear Lake. Aug. 5 to 12. Included in the faculty will be Dr. N. M. Ylvisaker and Dr. C. J, Sodergren of the Minneapolis Bible institute. The camp will close on Aug. 12 with a mass meeting to which all congregations of the conference will be invited. Dr. Otto Mees, president of Capitol University, Columbus, Ohio, and also president of the conference will be the principal speaker at the Rally day occasion. Herbert C. Engelbrecht of Belmond is director of the camp. COMEDY-DRAMA AT PARK Lake Shore Hotel Is Renovized for 1934 Lake Summer Season CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--The Lake Shore hotel is undergoing many a change and reuovization this spring. The exterior is being entirely repainted gray and white trim and green shingles. Inside the office floor has been sanded and finished and the woodwork painted in white. The diningroom walls will be redecorated and the floor also refinished. The hotel is now open for business as usual under the owner-man- agership of Mi', and Mrs. D. Cal Branson. Mrs. Pearl Hall of Mascb City is to have charge of the din- ingroom again this season and probably will open the latter part of June. The warm weather lias already brought some early visitors, inquiries and reservations. Guests are also expected for the fishing season. Dr. A. B. Phillips will return Friday afternoon from Des Moines where he attended the Iowa State Medical convention. At last the world has found a way to prevent war. Just keep the taxes high enough to make people dread more debt.--Wisconsin State Journal. and Milk BREAD On Salu at All Groceries and Markets MADE BY CLEAR LAKE BAKERY CLEAR LAKE, IOWA SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Danish Pastry and Napoleon Bars The PASTIME GARDEN ACEOSS FROM BATH HOUSE ALL KINDS OF SANDWICHES VEGETABLE HAMBURGERS CIGARETTES OPEN DAY and NIGHT Enjoy a Cool Glass of Blue Ribbon Beer in Our Delightful " BEER GARDEN COLE and GARDNER Miss Hickok Leads Class at Ventura Milne to Speak at Graduation Program on May 24. VENTURA, May 11.--A class of 15 seniors of the Ventura Consolidated high school will be graduated Thursday, May 24. The Rev. W. B. Milne of Clear Lake will be the commencement speaker. Miss Marcia Hickok, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hickok, is the valedictorian of the class with a scholastic standing of 92 per cent for the four years of high school. The senior class sermon will be given Sunday, May 20, at the church with the Rev. Harry Dirks delivering the address. There are eight boys and seven girls in the class. The roll includes Roland Ketier, Kenneth Stitas, Agnes Louise Pueggel, Loretta Arlene Grell, Marcia June Hickok, Maxine Mae Thronson, Clara Josephine Holm, Maurene Charlotte Anderson, Ruby Marie Schrain, William Louis Hinrichs, Orion Carlyle Anderson, Otton Alfred .'.nderson, Nordahl Curtis Anderson, Leo William Back and Raj-man A. Callanan. Senior class day program will be j held May 24 at the high school. CLEAK LAKE, May 11.--Larry Crabbe, Olympic swimming champion, and Ida Lupino, noted English actress, head a cast of physically perfect couples selected from all over the English 'speaking world for parts In Paramoimt's "Search for Beauty," which plays Saturday and Sunday at the Park theater. Leland, State Inspector Issues Boat Licenses Little German Band to Play for Opening i of Old-Time Dances | i CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--The 1 j grand opening of the mixed dances i at the Surf ballroom is Monday night. Les Hartman and his broadcasting German band of Waterloo will feature the entertainment. They will play the old-time in German, Bohemian, Scandinavian and the modern tunes of the day, with many clever specialties. Frenchy Graffolier and his band plays Saturday night. Other nights except regular scheduled dance nights the ballroom is for free dancing. Booth service of the Surf stand is given. Flat-bottomed Boats Are Not Permitted on Lake for Hire. CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--S. H. Leland, state boat inspector, ar- ] rived in town Thursday to inspect the outlay of rental boats for the season. Very few changes have been made in the regulations by the Iowa State Conservation board since last year when a ban was placed on flat- bottomed boats for hire. Must Bear License. Licensing of all kinds of boats, both propelled by motor or otherwise, is required within two weeks prior to the opening of the season. License tags are attached to each boat bearing the name of the owner and the number plainly marked r - each side of the bow of the boat, in figures at least four inches high. No fee is required for such licenses for either commercial or private use. Any rowboat, with or without outboard motor, if rented out or included with rented cottage must be inspected annually. A small metal plate giving the date of inspection and passenger carrying capacity is attached to the boat. The fee for such inspection, is 25 cents. Speed Regulated. | It is unlawful for any motor boat to operate within 300 feet of the j shore at more than 10 miles an hour. Rules regarding the passing j of boats correspond to that of j autos on the highway. The lighting of boats for night travel is also provided by law. As a special privilege to night fishermen, a distance of 300 feet from shore is given them to operate without a light, after sundown. Shady Beach Boatline Passes State Inspection CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--The Shady Beach boatline on the south shore has 21 boats in good repair, haying passed the inspection of the boat inspector, and will be in use on the opening Fish day. Robert Sweiger operates the boatline and the Skelly oil station in connection witli it. Some of the veteran fishermin of the lake will serve as guides this season at this beach, Bill Rickard, "Scoop" Rickard, "Stub" O'Brien and Frank Fay Morphew, expert outboard motor mechanic, has been engeged for this boatline. All of these boats have been engaged by fishing parties for the opening day. KOOL STEIN INN IS REMODELLED Dancing Space Is Added on Lake Side; Dining Room Enlarged. CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--The Kool Stciu cafe on West Second street operated by' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Witke will give all night service to fishermen over the opening fish season. The inn has been rebuilt and the addition makes it one of the most attractive and popular places on the lake. An annex, 3Gxl2, has been constructed on the lake side for dancing. Four double windows open on to the lake. A Mills music master has been installed which plays a wide variety of selections. Records arc changed weekly and the latest releases of the RCA Victor records are received bi-weekly. Kitchen Added. ] A large kitchen, 26x10, has been added on the east which is fitted out with the latest equipment and arranged to accommodate a crowd. The interior of the building is finished in plywood stained In apple green with the black panelling. Black tables and gold colored drapes complete the color scheme. A number of booths have been added to the dining room which has been enlarged, so that a group of GO persons caji be accommodated. Wash rooms have also been added. Mrs. Glen Bates has been engaged as hostess at the Kool Stein and a cook will be added soon. Bining room service will be given for regular meals as well as short or- ders. Ribs, chicken and steaks are their specialty. The Wellmuii bathhouse operated in connection witli the Kool Stein cafe will to open Sunday to accommodate bathers. A dock of 150 feet will be erected by the opening. Jt is necessary to extend the clock about 100 feet this year because of the lowness of the lake. A.bout 150 new woolen suits and additional towels have been added to this equipment. Since economists assure us that depressions move in cycles it would be swell if the guy who's pedaling ours would move faster.--University Daily Kunsan. FISHING TACKLE Come in and see our complete line of the most successful baits before you start the season. McGOWAN AND SHERIDAN HARDWARE! NORTH SHORE STATION JOHN BAAGO, 1'rop. FULL LINE OF GROCERIES AND COLD MEATS PICNIC SUPPLIES GASOLINE and OIL Fort Dodge Man Hit +* by Auto and Killed FORT DODGE. May 11. i.Vr- .lohn Smith, 60. was killed when struck by a car driven by Willie Fisher here Thursday night. Fishei- is being held by police pending an investigation of the accident. WELCOME FISHERMEN!! WATKINS CAFE CLEAR LAKE Now Open Serving Regular Meals and Lunches Special Sun. Dinners FOR RENT Summer Cottages By Week or Season Very Attractive Prices ON LAKE SHORE 1'ROPERTV PHONE 144 Freeman Kenyan Send your Cleaning and Fur Coats --to-- Bill Bailey Wants to See You Our Tackle Lands the Big Ones BILL B A I L E Y "WHERE THE RED SIGN HANGS" Mrs. Roscoe Miller Is Head of Crescent Club | CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--Mrs. | Roscoe Miller was elected presi- | i dent of the Crescent club at the j I concluding session of the year at | I the Mrs. George Ott home. Other | officers elected were Mrs. Jack ! Diercks, vice president; Mrs. A. S. ' Dice, secretary, and Mrs. R. R. Rogers, treasurer. · i A luncheon was served at 1 o'clock at the Walking cafe after which the . group adjourned to the j Ott home on South Fourth street. Reports of the past year were heard and discussion of the fall program was held. Clear Lake Laundry Cleaners - Furriers PHONE 444 IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY SERVICE Marshall Swift CLEANING SERVICE Clear Lake Laundry Dry Cleaners Work Done by Waving Willie says, "You don't have to be an accountant to know your figures!" And you can always figure that when you send your clothes to the IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY they'll come back sweet and clean! HEADQUARTERS FOR THE HUNGRY FISHERMEN ALL NIGHT SERVICE MAY 14-15 Breakfast Starts at 1 A. M. COUNTER ACCOMMODATIONS "STEVE" HUMFHKEV, Prop. I Boatlmes Located on All Shores of Lake CLEAR LAKE, May 11.--Clear Lake is well supplied with fishing equipment for the visitor who may be a guest here for the opening of the season. Shady Bend and Touristville boat liveries have rental boats on the north shore and Willow inn at the bend near Ventura. Shady Beach and Touristville boat] lines are located on the south shore ! and M. C. Turner at the White Pier dock. A. R, Huey has his headquarters at Bayside park on the I I south shore. ' ] All have guides arid their boats i j in condition for opening of the sea- j i son. ·; FISHERMEN! LARSON'S PLACE NORTH SHORE--Clear Lake NOW OPEN Serving Breakfast at AH Hours Opening Morning CHICKEN DINNERS LUNCHES HOME-MADE ICE CREAM FISHERMEN ALWAYS WELCOME AT , .C*. J, VENTURA Ventura State Bank Whit's Nile Spot RIST PARK DINE SOUTH SHORE AT TOURIST PARK AND DANCE TAP OR BOTTLED Outside Dancing and Beer Garden Private Dining Room Phone 511 CHICKEN FROG LEGS BAR-B-Q RIBS SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS BILLY'S CASINO SHOUTH SHORE--CLEAR LAKE LICENSED KOAD HOUSE OVERNITE CABINS DINE DANCE JUICY TENDER STEAKS SPRING FRIES BAR-B-Q RIBS, special, 25c BILLY \Vord's Middleweight Champion FISHERMEN! SHADY BEACH BOAT LIVERY IS READY FOR YOU SEE US IF YOU WANT THE BEST BOATS - MOTORS EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT GUIDES BOB SWEIGER, Mgr. PHONE KLTO AND EVINKUnK OUTBOARD MOTOR AGENCY SHADY BEACH BOAT LIVERY ACROSS FROM TOURIST PARK--SOUTH S H O R E "WHERE YOf (JKT TIIK BEST" ft)

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