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May 11, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 11 · 1934 Golfing + + + Boating + + +. Bathing TUESDAY FISHING GREGORY UNABLE TO ACCEPT CALL Twin Cityan Invited to Local Congregational Pulpit Sends Declination. MASON CITY NEWS Pressure brought on him to remain ta Minneapolis has caused the Rev. Philip Erwin Gregory to decline a call to the pastorate of the Mason City First Congregational church, according to a communication received Friday by the pastoral committee of the local congregation. "It was extremely difficult to make this decision," the Minneapolis man stated, "but these leaders in my church have persuaded me that It is my duty to remain here for the time being." The invitation to Doctor Gregory, who has occupied the pulpit of the First Congregational church in the Twin City for the past five years, was extended last week following a sermon delivered by him in the local church two weeks previously. The resignation of Dr. W. L. Dibble, who has served Congregationalism here for the past 15 years, will become effective on Sept. 1. The quest for a successor will continue, it was announced by representatives of the church. BRUCE'S for CABINS and GROCERIES Low Prices Local Junior Chamber Delegation Leaves for Convention at Keokuk MASON CITT NEWS A delegation from the Mason City Junior Chamber of Commerce left Friday noon in automobiles for the state Junior Chamber convention at Keokuk which begins with a stag party Friday evening with business meetings scheduled " for Saturday. Among those from the local organization making the trip were Dr. Don FltzGerald, former president, Vice President Bob Stoyles, Mier Kaufman, Ronald Madson, Roger Lyons, Clinton Lamb and Jay Tubbesing. President Leo M. Sweesy of the Mason City Junior Chamber was unable to attend the state convention but plans to be present at the national convention in Miami, Fla. ; June 20-23. Has Operation in Omaha. ROCKFORD--H. C. Batty, cashier of the First State bank, was called to Omaha Thursday to be with his son, Harry, Jr., who underwent a major operation Friday Harry, Jr., has been a student in the University of Nebraska at Lincoln but was forced to give up his school work about two weeks ago due to illness and his mother has been with him for several days. TOURISTVILLE GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION South Shore Near Tourist Park CLEAR LAKE, IOWA -43QING FISHINGPus TO BE CHECKED OVEB GREASING, REPAIRING ON ALL MAKES OF CARS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE ALGONA KIWANIS GIVES PROGRAM Humorous Talk, Music and Entertainment Given by Visitors. 51ASON CITY NEB'S Lacking only two of having a perfect attendance, the Kiwanis club of Algona came to Mason City and Thursday night in Hotel Hanford presented a program for the local Kiwanis club. A clever talk and entertainment were features of the program. Seven members of the Albert Lea Kiwnias club also attended. Carl Henkel called the meeting to order and turned the gavel over to the visiting delegation. Community singing was led by Alfred Kresensky with T. T. Herbst as pianist. Willim T. Steel was the toastmaster. Ben Knudson of Albert Lea, past district governor of the Minnesota and Dakota division, expressed appreciation for the meeting and said he was glad that it gave him an opportunity to meet a college fraternity chum whom he had not seen since 1908. This was T. H. Chris- chilles of Algona. Mr. Chrischilles gave a. chalk talk on apropos subjects followed by vocal solos by Don Hutching, Algona high senior, which were given warm applause. The talk of the evening was given by Attorney H. W. Miller of Algona. Weaving much humor into his talk, he showed how the attitude of the people has changed in the past year. No longer is there a "dog eat dog" attitude. but people have confidence in each other, he said: W. E. Long, president of the local club, who returned from a state medical meeting at Des Moines in ime for the local session, issued a :hallenge for any six Algona golfers .o play six local golfers in a match .it Algona. The concluding program number was a humorous poem read Mr.- Chrischilles. FARMERS ELEVATOR CO. VENTURA, IOWA Coal, Feeds, Fencing Fence Posts, McCormick-Deering Farm Implements WE PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR YOUR GRAIN M. C. Turner Son BOAT LINE WHITE PIER SITE AT THE END OF MAIN STREET GOOD MINNOWS -- GOOD BOATS -- GOOD GUIDES Phone 685 OPEN FOR BUSINESS EARLY TUESDAY, MAY 15 The topic announced for Rabbi L. Block at the synagog services Friday night at S o'clock was "Tribute :o Motherhood." LAKE SHORE HOTEL Early Season Rates Now Available to FISHERMEN FISHING TACKLE HEADQUARTERS LIBERTY STORES -- CUT RATE -To Make A Good Vacation Better Take Along a RAY-GLO HEATER There are many days at the lake when a little heat feels mighty good . . . and there's no better, no more economical way to provide it than with a Ray-Glo gas heater. Investigate now, the supply is limited. U flK 75c DOWN $1.25 A MONTH INSTALLED--READY TO GO P, G. and E. DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE 34- Z.O 26) ACROSS 1--Grain 5--Err g--Bows placed on top o£ each other 9--Units 11--Rodents 12--A note in Guide's scale 14--Line of sowing: 16--Eat away by degrees IS--Steamship "0--Used in horseback riding 32--Plural EufBx S3--Hue 24--Small particles of matter 25--Prefix not 26--Narrow passages of water 30--yes (Italian) 32--Hell 84--Right or left 57--High-pointed hill 38--Chinese clan'. 40--Festival 42--Solitary 43--Rested 44--Conjunction DOWN 1--Solemn religious act 2--Acsent 3--Suffix meaning'one who 4--Baw herbs cut up and dressed ' with oil B--Thus 6--Prefix meaning include 7--Necessity S--Tantalum (symbol) 10--South America H--Saves 12--Termination 13--A pointed instrument 15--Not there IS--A garden 17--Chairs 19--Male child 20--Call of distress at sea 21--Streets (albr.) 22--Measurements of type 27--Rodent 2S--To decorate H9_A termination of nouns denoting: vocation 31--Beverag-es 33--Small body of water 35--Preposition 36--Greek letter 3S--Measurement of coal 39--Northeast 41--Easter term (abbr.) 42--Musical note Antwer to previou* puzzl* THREE HELD ON LARGENYCHftR Youths Bound to Grand Jury on Charge of Stealing From Five Garages. MASON CITY NEWS Harvey Hayes, 24, and Henry Hayes, 18, who reside at 2404 Madison avenue southwest, and Cecil Howell, 23, who resides at 203 'i Twenty-fifth street southwest, each waived preliminary hearing before John C. Shipley, police judge, Friday morning and were bound to the grand jury on charges of larceny in the night. The trio was arrested in the 100 block on Pierce avenue southwest Wednesday evening about 11 o'clock and held for investigation. Thursday the boys confessed to stealing tools, etc., from five private garages located in the vicinity of Forest Park. Bonds were fixed for the trio at $500 each. The youths are being held at the county jail. Special Mother's Day Services at Olivet Three Drive Over Fire Hose; Fined $5 and Costs Each MASON CITY NEWS Three persons were fined 55 and costs each Friday Morning by John 3. Shipley, police judge, for driving cars over fire hose Thursday when the fire department was fighting the cire at the Northwest Distributing company. All fines were suspended. Steve Savoff, Robert Entner and Mrs. Irene Frazer all pleaded guilty to the charge. A small dump fire occurred at the site of the recent fire of the Pedelty Threshing machine company about 2:35 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The fire was between the building and the M. and St. L. railroad bridge. Another rubbish fire occurred at 11:25 o'clock Thursday evening in the 300 block on Delaware avenue southeast. HEAKIXG SET MASON CITY NEWS Hearing of the final report of F. Blanche Pence, receiver for the Park Inn hotel, was set for 9 o'clock next Friday morning, May 18, by an order signed Friday by Judge M. F. Edwards. Sold on Terms 3 Counts Sustained in Motion by Defense in Suit on Beer Permit MASON C1TI NEWS Three of four counts were sustained Friday in a ruling made by Judge M. F. Edwards on a defense motion to strike certain clauses from Art Walk's petition seeMng to get a writ of mandamus ordering the city council and mayor of Plymouth to issue him a permit to retail beer. Those clauses ordered stricken from the petition stated that Walk's application for a beer permit had contained all necessary facts, that the council had not given any reasons for refusing to grant his application, and that Walk had spent a substantial sum of money in anticipation of obtaining his permit. The first count of the motion had asked that a statement alleging Walk to be of good character and his place of business reputable be stricken, but the court ordered that it should remain in the petition. M. C. Coughlon is Walk's attorney, and the council is represented by Thonn and Wardwell of Northwood and Marty and Butler. Daughter's Custody Asked in Petition for Divorce MASON CITY NEWS Alleging cruel and inhuman treatment, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Atkins filed petition Friday for divorce from Charles Cleo Atkins and asked to be awarded custody of her 4 year old daughter, Dorothy Marie. The Atkins were married June 3, 1930, in Austin, Minn., according to the petition, and lived to ;ether until Thursday. lommissioners Are Reassigned in Boy Scout Activities JIASON CITY NEWS At a meeting of the Mason City district scout commissioners held at he Ford Hopkins drug store Thurs- .ay night, the commissioners were eassigned to district in the city. F. 1 Heneman, scout commissioner of the council, presided at the meeting and urged the men to encourage iheir troops to take a more definite iart in the troop rating system be- ng conducted in the council. E. W. Lilley was assigned to dis- rict one; Dr. H. H. Jennings was assigned to district two. The Rev. William Galbreth and Duncan McCallum were reassigned to districts three and four respectively. Walter ilaves will continue as field commissioner for area communities as well as working with the organiza- ;ion of new troops and reorganiza- :ion of old troops. The camporee, summer camp and summer patrol plans were discussed and the commissioners agreed to iromote all three programs among heir troops during the next month. Those present at the meeting were F. C. Heneman, E. W. Lilley, W. C. Maves, Dr. H. "R, Jennings and Charles A. Knouse. CENTRAL LUTHER LEAGUE WILL HONOR MOTHERS MASON CHI' NEWS Plans are being made for the s ond annual observance of mother's day by the Central Luther league. A flower will be given to every mother who attends the morning service* at the Central Lutheran church and to the oldest mother and younges mother a specila plant will be given Transportaton will be provided fo: mothers who are unable to get ti the church if they will notify thi committee in charge of arrange ments which includes Viola Wass Lorna Hanson and Herbert Dieck MASON cm' Mother's Day will be fittingly ob- E-srved at the Olivet Methodist church Sunday. At the worship service 11 a. m., the chorus choir with Mrs. G. L. Wallace as director and accompanist will give appropriate music. The mimeographed worship service program will include responsive reading and selected hymns enabling the audience to have a definite part in the service. The minister, the Rev. William Galbreth, who has been absent from the pulpit for a month on accounl of illness, expects to be present and will use as his theme. "Mothers Yesterday and Today." The young people's service at 6:30 p. m., will also use a mother's day topic. James Howie Dies atLO.O.F.Home MASON CITT. NEWS James E. Howie, 79. died at the I. O. O. F. home Friday morning. He had been a resident of the home since a year ago last January. He was born Aug. 16, 1854 in Pennsylvania. He came to Mason City from Bloomfield and is survived by one brother, J. M. Howie of Lincoln, Nebr. Funeral services will be held at the I. O. O. F. home Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. The Rev. William Galbreth, pastor of the Olivet Methodist church, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be at Bloomfield. John Facklis Files Permit Application MASON CITY NEWS John Facklis 1 application for a class B permit to sell beer, dated March 26, and a statement signed by agents of the Western Surety company to the effect that Facklia had posted a $1,000 bond were filed Friday by Lowell T. Forbes, Facklis' attorney in his action to force the city council to grant h ; m a permit to retail beer in the High Life pool hall at 107 South Federal avenue. EAST MAIN -- CLEAR LAKE Complete Line of , Groceries and Fresh Vegetables COLD MEATS Ice Cream PHONE 418 -- WE DELIVER Wife of Governor s Son Given Divorce DES MOINE, May 11, CiB--Ka- therine Chambers Herring was granted a divorce from Lawrence W. Herring, son of Gov. and Mrs. Clyde L. Herring, in a decree filed in the Polk county district court today. Mrs. Herring was given custody of their child, Lawrence W. Herring, Jr., 4. Wheelerwood Busy Bee Club Elects Officers WHEELERWOOD, May 11.--The Busy Bee club met with Mrs. Edward De Graw Wednesday afternoon. New officers elected were: Mrs. M. Hogbin, president: Mrs. J. Kroft, vice president; Mrs. M. Edgington, secretary and treasurer. The June meeting is to be with Mrs. Elmer De Witt AI YOUR SERVICE BARBER SHOP I. O. O. F. BLDG. FISHING PARTIES Just phone 600 and your case of Beer will be brought to you A TRUCK Is ready to deliver anywhere round the lalse. Phone 600. K E N Y O N ' S Clear Lake, Iowa HAVEN'T you noticed that yonr happiest hours occur on days when you feel your heel? Have more of these happy days. You and all your family. Guard health while yon have it. Keep on the sunny side of life. The greatest enemy of health is common constipation. It may cause loss of appetite and energy. Certainly it kills enthusiasm! Yet it can be banished by eating a delicious cereal. Laboratory tests show Kellogg's ALL-BRAN supplies "bulk" and vitamin B to relieve common constipation. Also iron for the blood. The "bulk" in ALL-EnAN is much like That in leafy vegetables. How much pleasanter to eat this deli- cions ready-to-cat cereal than to take patent medicines. Two tablespoonfuls daily are usually sufficient. Chronic cases, with each meal. If not relieved this way, see your doctor. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. KENNEDY'S HOME MADE CONES POPCORN HAMBURGERS Cigarettes - Cold Drinks Across from City Park LIONS CAFE I. O. O. F. Bldg. SPECIAL SERVICE --to-Fishermen and Tourists Chicken and Fish Dinners OPEN ALL NIGHT MAY 14 WE WILL FRY YOUR FISH FOR YOU HERE'S GOOD LUCK To You on Fish Day MAY 15 and Throughout the Season Y O U will have the best of luck with our Co.-Op. Special Gasoline and BURNHAM PALE MOTOR OIL Eastman Station OPPOSITE HIGH SCHOOL CLEAft LAKE THE BOULEVARD NffE CLUB ON HIGHWAY 18--EAST SIDE OF CLEAR LAKE DINE CHICKEN DINNERS AND BAR-B-Q RIBS DANCE SANDWICHES NO COVER CHAKGE FISHERMEN STOP HERE FOR FUN! We Invite . . . Our Merchant-Friends from Northwestern Iowa and Southern Minnesota to visit us when they come to Clear Lake Distributors of All Brands of Cheese KENYON'S DAIRY PRODUCTS CLEAR LAKE, IOWA SHADY BEND ON THE NORTH SHORE "WHERE THE FISHIN'S BEST" FISHING LICENSES -- GUIDES NEW BOATS AND GOOD BAIT MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW PHONE 19 M. L. THAYER, Prop. 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