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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1928, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SATURDAY JULY WHAT Were going to do to prices is nobodys busi ness but Yours a sale that will be more than a sale Watch Wait then you 11 how CLEANUP SALE FIVE CLEAR LAKE GLOBEGAZETTE Office Phone No 239 j KATHRYN McGOWAN Editor Residence Telephone No 4H LEE DeWIGGINS Manager Residence Telephone No 67 I have grown gray in your serv ice and now you dismiss you do sometriin for mo What can I a bottle or Mun PAINTERS HOLD BOARD MEETING Water Sports Entertain Vis itors Today Dinner Dance This Evening CLEAR LAKE July than 560 persons wera present this morning for the executive board meet anrl midsummer picnic of ths Iowa Master Painters nnd Decora tors association being held In Clear Lake this The executive board met this morni ing and transacted business and prep arations for the annual mealing of the ojanizatlon Those who aro members of the board are W H Clifford Ce dar Rapids Fred Bell Boone Carl Mobley Valley Junction Edward tan ning Bes Moines and II R Shepard Omaha Officers Named The officers of the association are Chariest Nuss Burlington president C F Bull JMason Oily F M Michael Waterloo secretary Under the direction of Mlsa Helen and treasurer DeWigsens more than an houra tertainment of water actiiities enter tained tho crowd Saturday morning The exhibitions were put on from Manns dock directly In front of the Ben Slemmons cottage Tho who took part In Iho sports were Misses ISleanor Heath Jentie Matthews Helens and Ada Katheryn Choate Miss Whitney won Ihe 50 yard swim with Miss DeWlggens a close second A banquet at Ills Lakesliore hotel at 7 oclock Saturday evening followed by a dance in tha Idleo are scheduled as high spots of the twoday outing Macks Melody Makers Northwood will furnish music for the dance Boat Ride Friday afternoon the painters Sec orators and tlieir families enjoyed a boat ride round the lake Tile Princess and Rltz boats were necessary to con vey the crowd Card and bunco parties took up the ovening hours for the painters and their families Tables were set at the Lakeshore hotel Prizes were awarded C N Kirk Bavenpurt high scorers in the 500 games while Louis Machow sky Des Moines won a consolation gift for the bridge games Mrs A T Brainard Ft Dodge was high Mrs G Hallaurer Davenport was low scorer For the bunco games TV Ren nor Burlington youth won all honors while a booby prize was given Mrs F M Mlchealt Waterloo AMONG YOUNG MEN ON YOUNG FOLKS FACULTY Rev Clifford Bacon Waverly comes Ms year n lalli on prayer ut insti tute He went to action to Harry Fosdick In New Rev William C Per dew Marion has been key ing the Bible to high school students tills week Dr W G Rowley Ce dar Fails formerly of Ma son Social Clin ic Man afler supper Dr C C Hall Maynard whose straight fa Us on health hare been a new feature tills year and very profitable as well as popu lar Dedicate Sixth Cottage at Institute Time Goes Fast PAUL SAYS When summer days call you out of doors and you want to answer that delay eat at the Green Mill where it is ever cool and comfy The food too will delight and re fresh you Meet Your Friends at Ihe Green Mill Cafe THE HOME OF GOOD FOOD 43 Neighbors Hold Picnic at State Park CLEAR LAKE July the Picnickers who braved the cool lake lueezes at the State park Friday eve nine were 34 neighbors on North Fifth Sisth and Jefferson streets IVevtous to the picnic supper games formed tho enter la inment for the kid dies Plans were discussed for a neigh borhood swimmingparty to he held soon A COMMUNITY BUILDING BANK Surplus Protection Service The importance of Capital and Sur plus in a bank is recognized in the banking laws which provide that a bank MUST have a certain amount of capital before it may open for business and that it MUST huild up out of its earnings a certain sinplus This banks determination to give ample protection to depositors and ample service to the community is reflected in its total of in Capital Surplus and undivided sum generously larger than is required by law FIRST NATIONAL BANK of MASON CITY Sank WEATHER COMPARISON Taken at the H D Mason residence July 23 July 2S I32G July 2S 1027 July 2S 192S 51 degrees fin degrees 73 degrees 5G degrees M C GIRLS IN COTTAGE CLEAR LAKE July Ruth leou Kathleen Casey Dorothy McCole Mnry Durldn Betty Braheny Ann Leone Heintz Erin Ryan nre spending this weelc at Toddle Inn cottage Mr and Mrs E Moves City are chaperoning the party Pioneer Resident of Osage Is Laid to Rest OSAGE July Tupper 79 who had lived in this county tor near ly 70 years died Wednesday night at oclock and was buried Friday af ternoon The funeral service was conducted at the home at 4 oclock Ihe Rev A JI Fisli of the Congregational church Mr Tupper was bom in Nova Scotia hut came liere in I lie enrly 60s with lifs pnrenls Only a few weeks ig0 He buried his wife and his brother George Surviving nre two daughters Grace and Mrs Sadie Stearns also two sis ters Mrs Clara Merrill and Mrs Os car Jacobs Hammans Park Is Mecca for Family Reunions HAMPTOX July Harrimnns park about one mile north of here is rapidly becoming a popular place tliruout Iowa for family reunions etc On Sunflaj July 22 two family reunions were held one Kroup cominp from 100 miles east of Hampton and the other coming from 320 miles south west ot here Several new Improvements have been added a larse dressing room for women bclnfr built lust week A hish sxvins toboggan allde new diving hoards and tables have been made In case of rain the large pavilion Is used for picnics Caretaker Fred Markus has taken an Interest in the children nnrl many youngsters have learned to swim this summer under his guidance An aver age of fiO cars a day has visited the park the past week Tempfinncnt is the peculiar finality Ihrtt makes you think yon should lirtvn own way hccausft youve got it Rapids Gazette Sunday Program Set for Big Day Galilee Service and Campfire Tonight CLEAR LAKE July said the special Bible number is 7 It looks like the favored number at institute at Methodist camn this week has been number 6 In six davs Waterloo has won six baseball for boys nnd three for girls At vollev ball yesterday Cedar Rapids girls won their third straight attho thev had to play set three to decide the match with Dubuctne Waterloo with two wins finished second Davenport third In boys athletics Waterloo vollevbnllisls won over Davennort ninklne these teams In a tie for first and second with two wins each Cedar Kauids is third The Friday night cui standing was Waterloo 110 Davenport 43 Cedar Rapids 45 nnd Duminuc The sixth cottace dedicated came the evening service JuKt to be a little snld Ihe Waterloo historian Margaret de cided to dedicate our league home after a weelt ot residence within it The name of the cottaee is Grace Waterloo With INN In the ncpgram Miss Nellie Truair spoke first arM then with all llchts out save a red tflow upon nn arm chair bv the fire renra Bentatlves sat for a moment bv the tire four of them one each for a de partment of league work After Miss Miller told of ihe dedication of the leasrue home to tho pioneersof church bv Andrew Thompson first investor in the leasrue lot in his ninotv sevenlh year the Key Clyde E Baker closed with the dedicatory Mr and Mrs Mrs W A Dobson nre mother and fatbnr to Grace Waterloo leaguers this week Mr Dobson hardware salesman nrriinglng his va cation 50 this week mlirlit bo so snenl Mrs Dohson Is the president ot the ladies aid in the at Waterloo Artists on Prelude Last evcnlna the nrelude consisted of six numbers bv Waterloo district artists followed by speeches by six gospel teamlsts and concluding with a cottage pilgrimage to six collates The evening prelude opened with n string ouartetJYom the Waterloo RIC lion Miss Marguerite Leutcneairer of Mason City sang a group of three numbers and Alnrgnrot Miller of Wat terlon plavcd the violin HUznbeth Patcheti read a double riiinihcr and Konalrt Preseott of Plymoutli played n baritone solo The six evening sneakers on a vounc peoples program for yountr people were James Delahoone Frederick Wit xigman ISlibalieth Wallis Henry Gal breth Hazel Slifsjgarrt nnd Leonard IJjivis the latter of the institute student council The nev Ben Swarl7 was presldinc officer and gave wilh tlyoung pnoplo a lis linct chaHcnce to right livlne and Iho large audience present indicated that the 700 attendants were for the speak ers Take Piljtrimace Then after the assembly and piaver circles came the cottage pilgrimage ur until taps Meeting at Cedar Lodge the first cottage to be dedicated last year the long procession four eleen marched hv flash light alone the roads to each ot the six cottages now league built The investment In all six now represents a total and In these six lodges alone afford accom modations for 2IT At each station last nicht a league stood unon Ihe porch and a few details for the cnoucacement of other aeiiprs to CTI and rlo Itkntvisp CEDAR broadcasting cost nccoinmoda 52 Here started the collage movement Here was invented tho folding table against the wall and hern tho lacluer and banana oil flowed frrelv loacrue applied W Henke stump sneaker cost hoiisirs 3fi Here thru ingenious use of holh decks of this double beds may their ventilation to suit Oelwcln is first to have a boat chonsineit In preference to a fireplace Debate Mint uurstion around vour circle MT Wallis sneilnng cost beds for In troducing more small rooms for ac of Individual families nnd having the first screened in porch A homo for Ml Vcrnon and Cornell MASON Leach an announcer cost bunks for 3K One big room front nnd renter down stairs with color line dividing t into two rooms First cottnte without any white paint showing in Its cream and FAYKTTEEsto Slranahnn intro ducfng Peacock Hoosl cost S6DO normal capacity 16 The cottage built and roofed bv SI folks in dav In terior finish and wiring with nine or gan rrtital staged second night after building started Fireplace a distinc tive combination of Clear Fnv and Upper Iowa untvorsltv stones Blue and white color scheme the 1J T monogram worn nt the Fnvetle univer sitv All natd for WATERLOO GRACE With INN THE SUNDAY PROGRAM Morning watch and comihun Ion Dean Culver presiding Sunday school classes lor all Morning service president Burgstahler preaching Presentation cates banners and the Institute talk Address En Huong Uong Pageantry department hour Mrs Culver directing musical pantomine Wallls Carol Hunt accompanist Grecian Smith Low Moor Gwendolyn Kern Ce dar Falls Ruth Baker Ml Ver noir Jane Mnhln Plalnfleld Lois McDonald Olive Kendall Alia Benton of Maquoketa One act religious Color A Chinese TJong College Dela hoope His Watson Hunt Evelyn Cullumber CLEAR LAKE LOCALS Stand By says Margaret Miller cost population 28 Two com pletely equipped Kitchens All home bijjlt Furniture In green with a dis tinctive white W on everv niece Loved an old hickory enough to cut a hole In the edEe of the roof to allow It to live Not s cottage hut a Home for the ILmvorlh Saturday concludes these davs for youth nnd lareelv nt hands of voune minded faoultv folks Dr Row lev has closed another season in his social clinic with his constructive game sheets sent home with the leac ucrs The Rev William Perdew has ndvnnred from institulor to facultv to serve Iowa youth The Rev Clifford Bacon has held finest Lnkeslrto atten tion with a new class on praver And Dr C C Hull of Mavnarrt hna con tributed niinhtilv thru n new don this talks followed bv an hours discussion on nersonnl rjrob nms nnd Doc has phot straight nnd he hundreds In his classes have come jack for more Special for Sunday spring chicken Watklns Cafe Clear Lake j Mr and Mrs H D Coffman Mor rison and niece Miss Edna Hoffman Oklahoma Cily returned to Morrison Friday after a visit at the home of j Mr and Mrs O A Kins Misses Jo sephine and Edith May Albert Mont gomery are guests at the King cot tage this week Showing Park theater Sunday and Monday Three Ring with Mary Astor and Lloyd Hughes Mrs M F Mawhinney Charleston visiting with her sun C Mawhinney of the Soda Grill Mr and Mrs C A Knutson drove to Osceola Saturday where they will be guests of Congressman and Mrs Lloyd Thurston over the weekend Marvel Fnrguson returned to Chi cago Saturday after a visit with rela Mves here Tho Kev S M Stenhy went to riy nouth today where he conducted fun eral services Misses GeraMtne Sorenson and Mil dred Scoby Britt are weekend guestn at the A N Anderson home Division street Dwight Palmcter and son Roy re turned Friday evening iom a three weeks motor trip to Chicago and De trolt Mora than miles were cov ered by Mr Pal meter and his son Monday and Tuesday Last Two Days of Our July Clearance Sale Damonigou Co Actors License Provides Fund to Pay Funeral Cost SWEA CITY July Mrs 12 d Vnnovcr iVd here a few months ago tho town authorities ns n hu mane measure voted to stand thn ex pense of enihiilming Iho body to be sent to Missouri There was no money in the poor fund to pay this account until the Davidsonplayers ciimo her a short time ago nnd paid a J25 foe for a weeks HCCMISB to play here Then the council voted to pay for the embalming Mrs Vanover was not a member ot the Davidson players She died here at the time of childbirth Emmetsburg Actors Form Theatrical Stock Company EMMETSBURG July IJt tlo Theater movement started in Km melshurg five years ago hy tbe melshiirg community players has de veloped a lot of local talent and mem bers of this organization have organ ised a stock company known as the Peerless Players with headquarters in TCmmetshtirg The first engagement will be at Emmrlsburff AUK 15 and the company will play the larger loivns within a radius of 40 miles of Emmetsburg every week during the fall and winter You do not have In wilt fnr Tsniv Years Dny n malic Rood resolutions inod resolutions arc in order any lime Make one today and BCD us Mason City Building and Loan 47 Years o Service Otfirs In Kresgc liuiMing DIRECTORS IVolf Mier OBrien Dr S A Markiey J E E Beck Allen F Shepard H H Remley Glass Clough R F Webster Ben Garvey J F Beck J W Bagley W G C Mason Dr Sale A R Cltirk E W Steinberg H J LIONS CAFE CLEAR LAKE Sunday Dinner Oasscrolo Chicken BOc Fried Spring Chicken Serving Hours 12 to p m to p m R S Esslinyer Proprietor DURANT FOUR SEDAN O T HER MODELS Where will yoji find greater value at any price SIXES 8795550 f o b Laming No one can see and drive a Durant Four without real izing that it represents extraordinary value Powerful motor rubber mounted four wheel Bendix brakes beautiful bodies with allvision corner posts 107 inch wheelbase long semielliptic springs smooth in handling and one of the inost economically operated cars of standard size ever built See and drive a Durant Four todaytomorrow you will own one LAU MOTOR CO 29 SECOND ST S E PHONE 967 JANUARY TO SHOWETl TTIF GREATEST STX GAIN IN OVER 1
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