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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JULY 6 1928 CLEAR LAKE GLOBEGAZETTE KATHRYN McGOWAN Editor Residence Telephone No 434 Office Phone No 239 LEE DeWIGGINS Manager Residence Telephone No 6 Patriarchs Militant Open Session BAYSIDE SLATES STATEFAIRACT DeKohl Troupe of Five to Appear at Amusement Park Sunday CLEAR LAKE July Da Kohl troupe a group of five persons who are slated for the Iowa state fair this year have been scheduled by Manager Charles Rltz to appear at Bayside park this Sunday in three acts Special music will also be pre sented for the acts which will appear at 5 and 7 p m The three acts will consist of the greatest lady equilibrist in a thrilling and spectacular revolving globe act a high balance perch act with daring acts of balancing and ath letic feats and European novelty act with juggling hoop feature ball roll ing and comedy to demonstrate the skill of the hands At 3 p the Collins collegians will meet the Bayside Cubs in a base ball game The college aggregation defeated the Cedar Falls nine after 11 stright victories by the latter The Cubs have lost only a single game this season that being to Cedar Falls CLEAR LAKE LOCALS Dr and Mrs P W Bryson left Friday for Iowa Falls where they will spend two weeks with relatives They expect to visit in Des Moines also Georeo Richardson East Benton street went to Seattle Thurs day where he will visit with his daugh ter for several weeks airs M Morrison Ktmball street will visit In Chicago two weeks with relatives having left Clear Lake Thursday evening Miss Marguerite Bueheur and John Mitchell Sleepy Eye are guests at the home of their sister Mrs Albert Ertl Crane street Mr and Mrs William Bel Minne apolis called on Clear Lake relatives Friday morning enroute to South Da kota where they expect to spend sev eral days Mr and Mrs D G Bieber ami li daughter Dorothy returned to their Khome in Madison Friday after a mother Mrs Elizabeth Bieber and other relatives once you said youd love me forever and a day RICHARD CONKLIN JOINSU NAVY Passes Final Test in Des Moines Thursday To Train in Chicago CLEAR LAKE July was received from Richard Conkltn Thurs day night that ho had passed the final examination for admittance Into train ing for work in ths navy Dick went to DCS Moines Wednesday where he took the final tests He will be sent to a naval station in Chicago within the next few days where he will spend the summer Dick expects to continue with hli preparatory work havinghad two years in the local high school One year Is given the new recruits in a course which will enable them to enter the Annapolis Xaval slatldn provid ing they pass the required examina tions He enlisted at the Mason City re crulUng station a month ago Rich has resided in Clear Lake for several years making his home with his sister Mrs D F Byera State street Initial Sundown Excursion Planned for Monday Evening CLEAR LAKE July of the new feature attractions offered by the Park company will be Monday evening at oclock when boats will leave the White Pier dock for the opening sundown excursion round the lake For those who prefer a quiet peaceful ride over the placid waters the Inter urban launch will accommodate more than 70 passengers Others who care for a more speedy trip may take one of the speedboats The trip includes approximately five miles of lakeshore scenery touching on the north shore the island Dodges Point D M park Bayside amuse ment park and Oakwood It Is said WEATHER COMPARISON Taken daily at 5 a m by H D Mason Clear Lake July 6 1925 degrees Julv 6 19R July 6 1027 degrees July S I92S degrees If wild wild women affect you very much as the sight of a cold fried egg v iit iiiQ oi a cum ineu seems to me as if I does you are definitely Boston Transcript I Wisconsin State Journal What Dr Caldwell Learned in 47 Years Practice Dr Caldwell watched ths results of constipation for 47 years and believed that no matter how careful people are of their health diet and exercise con stipation will occur from time to time regardless of how much one tries to avoid It Of next Importance then Is how to treat It when it comes Dr Caldwell always was In favor of get ting as close to nature as possible hence his remedy for constipation known as Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is a mild vegetable compound It can not harm the most delicate system and is not a habit forming preparation Syrup Pepsin is plensanttastlng and youngsters love it It does not gripe Thousands of mothers have written us to that effect Dr Caldwell did not approve of dras tic physics and purges Ho did not believe they were good for human be ings to put Into their system In a practice of 47 years he nevcr saw any reason for their use when a medi cine like Syrup Pepsin will empty the bowels just as promptly more cleanly and gently without griping and harm to the system Keep free from constipation It robs your strength hardens your arteries and brings on premature old age Do not let a day go by without a bowel movement Do not sit and hope but go to a druggist and get one of the generous bottled of Dr Caldwells Sy rup Pepsin Take the proper dose that night and by morning you will feel like a different Use Sy rup Pepsin for jiourself and members of the family In constipation bilious AT AGE 83 ness sour and crampy stomach bad breath no appetite headaches and to break up fevers and colds Always have a bottle In the house and ob serve these three rules of health Keep the head cool the feet warm the bow els open We would be glad to have you prove at our expense how much Dr Cald wella Syrup Pepsin can mean to you and yours Just write Syrup Monticello Illinois and we will send you prepaid a FREE SAMPLE BOTTLE Local Lodges Plan Program for Banquet Expect More Than 200 at 25th Annual Session Next Week CLEAR LAKE July 200 to 300 persons are expected to attend the twentyffth annual session of the department council of Iowa Pa triarchs Militant I O O F to be held at P M park under Maj Gen T W Frizzell Brooklyn at Clear Lake July 7 to IB The session will open with a big banquet at 7 oclock this evening to the public at which time the program will be furnished by the Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges of Clear Lake with music for dancing to be provided by Macs Melody Makers Xorthwood Many Grand Lodge officers as well as visitors are expected to attend the session here The following call to Odd Fellows and Rebekahs appeared In tho July issue of the Iowa Odd the official organ of the state association edited by Thomas Dnstln Maxwell The advance report of Department Commander J W Frizzell for the year 19272S has been issed and all arrangements have been completed for the annual session of the Depart ment Council Patriarchs Militant which will be held at P M park Clear Lake from July 7 to 16 in clusive What we wish to Impress upon the minds of the members of the order is the fact that a session of the P M does not mean it is exclusively tex tile members of that branch On the contrary every Odd Fellow and Re bekah of is most cordially in vited to come to this beautiul place of outing and recreation during this period and be a guest of the Patri archs Militant True they will have their meetings to which they only can be admitted but the short time this occupies will be more than made up after the various adjournments and for that reason all the more en joyable Consider this an invitation to come and enjoy your summers vacation Boating ana fishingJs at Its best and the catches of many large strings of big ones are being reported and broadcast every The program for the entire session Is printed as follows Today Annual banquet at 7 p m Dinner ticket admit holder to entertainment by Clear Lake lodges and dance there after Saturday July 7 Registration and assignment to quarters The regular attendants will please assist in making our new at tendants welcome and see that they have a good time to 9 p old fiddlers contest Open to all members of I O O F more than 50 years old First prize 9day meal ticket second prize 4day meal ticket third prize oneday meal ticket Sunday July 8 Special services at 11 a con ducted by Chevalier W S Kight Mnnday July 9 a raising 9 a council session every morning thereafter until busi ness is completed a of instruction under direction of MaJ Gen B E Lambert a business meet Ing of the Ladies of Decoration In as sembly room a 12 p program for the afternoon will be announced at the morning session ot the council 2 p meeting of the de partment auxiliary assembly hall p 6 p 8 p of the P M degree by Canton Phoenix No 25 Car Thot Stolen Found in Garage After Days Search CLEAR LAKE July doesnt pay to leave anything too long in one place is the conclusion of Elmer Thomas Rudd farmer who found his automobile in the custody of the cops here when he returned to get It Thursday Thomas parked his car alongside the park Wednesday night and left it there until Thursday Coming to claim It he was chagrined and surprised to tind it gone With anger in his heart ho wended his way toward Wells was his car a Chev rolet roadster It had been stpred there by the cops who had become suspicious at its long sojourn In one parking spot Undaunted Mr Thomas climbed under the wheel and drove to his his suspicions had been wrong Pickens of Des Moines a 11 a Wednesday July II 9 a session 1 p at the I O O F homes Let us all attend p 8 p night conducted by Mrs J H Gooch and Mrs H F Cassady CliUdren a by Mrs Rose Viall a Thursday July 12 a by I O O F home band 12 p tho grand decoration of chivalry by Gen Will C Miller general commanding Patri archs Militant p of the Deco ration of Chivalry 4 p drill open to all cantons in the department 9 p march followed by grand ball Children 9 a by Mrs Lillian U Wagner Friday Julj13 9 a session of depart ment council 12 2 to S p of all kinds 9 p night and masquer ade dance no one to dance without mask until 10 Children by Repp a Saturday July 14 Program will be announced during session p night Clear Lake Churches Plymouth and McCormick Deering Twine Per 100 Pounds No Credit Farmers Elevator Clear Lake Iowa p m Entertainment and dance 12 p Children by Mrs Harris of Mason City a by C G Viall Swimming Tuesday July a session a of the Decora lion will meet in assembly room 13 2 p auxiliary will hold session In assembly hall 7 p mount and battalion drill Music hy I O O F home band S p L A P M degree will conferred hy Sunshine auxiliary No 22 of Cedar Rapids All cheva liers attend in fatigue uniform 9 p and dance Children a by Mrs Too Plans Horseback Ride Cn her trusty horse Miss Dorothy M Burndt of Chicago hopes to set a new long distance horseback traveling record by riding miles from Chicago to New York via Los Angeles and San Diego Cal She hopes to complete the trip in 155 dajs Above Jliss Burndt nnd SAGE TO GUARD BAYSIDE 6EAGH Construct Wading Pool and Swimming Classes for Younger Children CLEAR LAKE July Sage athletic director in the schools at Twin Falls and who is spending the summer season in Clear Lake has been engaged to patrol the Bayside bathing beach and has al ready taken charge In addition to organizing swimming classes Mr Sage will give first aid to any acci dents occurring in the amusement park Plans to organize a swimming class for youngsters been announced and a wading pool will be constructed within the next few days Two flood lights for the convenience of eve will be put up ac cording to Mr Sage has given swimming In structionsfor more than two years and has two years in collegeactivi ties to his credit He is a brother of Mrs Ray McConn Pyonrhea Stopped Before You Pay 7Day Free Trial D G T Gum Treatment will elimi nate bleeding gums pyorrhea bad breath and all ailments of the teeth and gums or it is free Send for our sevenday free rial offer If satisfied at the end of seven days Fend us If not return tho unused portion and it costs you nothing Send your name and address today D G T Labora tories 2315 W 3th Los Angeles Dcpt T CHURCH OF CHRIST I 0 0 F Hall C AV Hiclts Minister Bible school at 10 oclock Mrs P L Pearsall superintendent Preach ing and communion service at 11 oclock Sermon topic Christian Text second Peter Next Lords day will be the beginning of a contest In the Bible school The points of the contest will be an nounced at that session yhe losing side will entertain the winners CONRREGATlANAL Rev W B Milne Pastor Sunday school at 10 oclock Morn ing service at 11 oclock The pastor will preach a patriotic sermon METHODIST The Rev 1 R Tiimhleson Pastor Miss Lulu Golisch who is principal of the large girls school at Nanking China will speak at the II oclock Sunday morning services Miss Golisch is well informed on Chinese matters and is an excellent speaker She will bring a message that all should hear Sunday school at 10 a m Epworth league at p m Evening services at p m Bible study at p m Thursday The Epworth league will hold an ice cream social on the church lawn Friday evening July 13 ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN Sunday school at oclock Class es for every one Morning services at 11 oclock R M Hall Hanlontown will bs In charge It has not been de finitely announced as to evening ser vices ST PATRICKS CATHOLIC Father 1 V Jlacci Sunday services as foljows Mass at D oclock Catechism class of Instruc tion for children and adults at 10 oclock GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school at 10 oclock Morn Ing service at 11 oclock Evening service at Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN The Rev S M Stenby Pastor Sunday school at oclock Prayer at S oclock Ladles Aid society will meet In the basement of the church j on Wednesday afternoon July 11 at 3 p m Mrs H E Ericksons com mittee will serve FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST N Eaat Street Sunday school 10 n Sunday ser vices 11 a m Subject Wednesday service S p m Reading room in church Wednesday and Su urriay to S oclock Tha public is cordially invited AGED RESIDENT SUCCUMBS HERE Funeral Services for Mrs S McCIement to Be Held Saturday Afternoon CLEAR LAKE July services for Mrs S McCIement who died at her home Thursday afternoon after a short illness of heart disease will be held at the Congregational church at 2 oclock Saturday after noon with the Rev B Milne In charge Mrs McCIement Hiio had been in fairly good health for some time suffered a stroke a week ago and since that time had gradually grown weaker Mrs McCIement hail been a resi dent of Mason City and Clenr Lake for more than in years coming here when but a srh1 1G years old Sarah SuUon MeClement was born Nov 7 1S50 on a farm in Crankee county Wisconsin She was married to Samiial Mc CIement June 26 1S72 who preceded her in death in July To this union five sons were horn three of whom survive their mother She also leaves four brothers and a sister George Hiram and Jake Button of Clark S and Edward Sutton of Agar S Dak Her slater Mrs Ernma Kempf resides in Gettysburg S Dak Former Resident of New Hampton Making Trip Around World NEW HAMPTON July has been received here that Nellie E Gardner ofNew York City formerly of New Hampton Is on a trip around the world with her husband Blllie Cromwell actor The couple expects to visit Honolulu Fiji Islands Psgo Pago Samoa Australia New Zea land South Africa India Europe and return by way of London to New York City Mrs Cromwell is a prominent magazine writer and was on the staff oC the New Hampton Tribune a few years Mr Coolidge will cast a fly among liverfed tame trout and thats that But are there any hens In the coop If he should wish to do some Kewanee StarCourler Worker Sitting on Huge Belt Injured When Motor Starts LAPORTE CITY July 6 Delbert Waltz 20 electrician at Hawkeys quarries at Glory east of rtere suffered Injuries today that may cause his death He was repairing e machinery sitting straddle a huge belt when some one turned on the motor Waltz suffered a fracture of the risht pelvis bone several brok n ribs and internal injuries He was taken to Allen Memorial hospital at Waterloo Former Postmaster at New Hampton Succumbs NEW HAMPTON July Hilmer 63 died suddenly Wednesday morning at his home In this cily Mr Hilmer was postmaster here several years ago and had been in the print ing business the past few years Fu neralarrangements havo not been completed as yet Mrs Bert Claypool to Be Buried on Saturday HAMPTON July funeral ot Mrs Bert Claypool who died sudden ly at her home Wednesday will ba held Saturday She was born on a farm in Inghani township May 13 1S72 and was married to Bert Clay pool in 1S94 Four children wsra born to them N died during the World war and two other sons pre ceded the mother in death Ons daugh ter Mrs Hazel McNeeley Hansell survives with her husband Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock and inlerment will be made in the Hampton cemetery Soufh Dnkotans at Fertile FERTILE July and Mri Roy Gunn and family from Hettinger S are visiting J FRhodes and family Mrs Cunn will be remembered as Gracn Rhodes Six Held for Drunkenness at Decorah During July 4 DECORAH July men were jailed during the July 4 celebration here for intoxication Some of them were fined and liberated the next day the others may have to serve time until their fine is paid Only a few minor accidents were re ported thru recklessness with fire works A few accidents with cars were also reported but none serious onld you pay 5O cents for a halfpint of any liquid insect killer when yon get twice as much Blaclt Flag deadliest made only 45 cents a full jtint Money back if not absolutely satisfied BLACK O 1928 B T Co FLAG Black comes in trro f onzm and powder Both are sure death to files mosquitoes roaches txdbugs flctia etc Black Flag for sale at BOOMHOWER STREETER Phone 142 SMITH HARDWARE North Federal Bullri New Racing Stable July new race horse stable is being erected at the p Franklin county fairgrounds The building will he 120 feet hy 36 feet and will tie constructed of tile MarbleLike 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