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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 13, 1928, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY AUGUST RED CROSS GIVES DEMONSTRATION LifeSavers Perform Before Large Gathering at Clear Lake CLEAR LAKE Aug against a strong breeze blowing from the lake a group Red Cross life savers presented an instructive dem onstration at tho Clear Lake beach at 4 oclock Sunday to a large group of interested spectators The who took part were Kollin Bohnins Winton Trlplett Vera Holman Irene Holman Gretch en Carlson Eleanor Hazelett Mrs Helen Evans and Ruth Beyers They demonstrated the front back water and surfaces approaches tha head hair cross chest and armlock carry the Iront and back strangle hold and the double wrist grip With a long shallow beach such as Clear Lake has around most of Its shore the fireman and saddleback carry might bs used frequently so these two carries were also illustrated with Vera Holman and Gretchen Carlson carrying their victims to shore and demonstrating resusclation for one At the close of this program the sidestroke the backstroke th9 Australian and American crawl were demonstrated The demonstration was In charge of Albert Sblmamura who Js an ex aminer for the Cerro Gordo county chapter of the American Red Cross and hag served as instructor and ex aminer In cooperation with other chapter examiners for the past two jummere Mr Shlmamura has been a student at the University of Minne sola and at the Iowa State Teach ers college and has spent the past year as a medical student at Loyola university at Chicago 111 Sir Shim amura attended the lifeaaving Insti held at Clear Lake and so has had his work reviewed directly by Mr Cantwell who directs this work for EAR LAKE GLOBEGAZETTE KATHRYN McGOWAN Editor Residence Telephone No 434 Office Phone No 239 LEE DeWIGGINS Manager Residence Telephone No 67 the midwest Hed branch of the national Diptti Repo ena Case rted Wilbur Wulf Six Is 111 CLEAR LAKE Aug diph theria quarantine was placed on the Herman Wulf cottage Touristville Sunday Wilbur six year old son of Mr and Mrs Wulf is the only muna ber of thefamily having the disease The boy has been ill more than a week I Notice of Removal I have moved my office from Rogers Hotel to First National Bank building Large Crowd Sees Hindu Buried Alive Survives After TwoHour Stay Underground Eats Glass and Fire CLEAR LAKE Aug than anxiously awaited the re viving of the Great Pasha mystic who was burled alive in the ball park at Bayside Sunday after noon At exactly two hours after low ering the rough box into the grave workmen removed the dirt from the sixfoot grave and brot the casket to the surface A ball game between Cedar Falls team and Bayside Cubs was staged during the time of the two acts A complete story will be found on the sports page Under the direction of H Ward local undertaker was the perform ance of lowering the Ifinrfu into his grave With tight hands on each arm heart beats and respiration slowed up considerably and mouth nose and ears full of ths Hindu was ready for the twohour stay underground His sister guarded the grave during the ball game and aided in reviving the Hindu At o and 9 oclock free acts were performed by Rofters and May com pany on the outdoor stage before large crowds During the later per formance the Great Pasha thrilled the spectators with eating four elec tric light bulbs as well as fire Two redhot soldering Irons were used in giving a demonstration by rubbing them on his arms and cheat No burns or scars were left by the act According to Manager C Ritz more than persons visited the park during Sunday The boats were re as doing an excellent business ihruout the day and especially the afternoon hours Miss Betty made an unusual number of trips with pleasure parties seeking a thrill Mr and Mrs Floyd Brltt and daughter Verlyn and Mrs C Church motored to Freeport Sunday where they visited relatives Miss Betty Jane King went to Hampton with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Frank King Sunday She will spend a week there C A Stewart and Dr Kraune 7bften guests atNL ifTCXSXStl the past few Hotel WORKMEN DIG PIT NEAR PLANT New Waste Container Said Sufficient for Gas Plant Refuse CLEAR LAKE August gas workmen have been busy the past few days digging a pit near the lake shore for a disposal center for refuse from the works The oilsoaked sand has been given the city which furnished moans of conveying the material to several graveled streets of the town eliminating the dust The pit has been lined with ashes and cinders and is satd to be suffi ciently large to care for the waste which will be disposed of at regular intervals The recent flood of oil on the lake was causejl by an overflow of the former waste container due to heavy rains of the past weeks according to George Etzel owner of the plant Much refuse was also washed into the lake from the streets at that time It was said W TV Towne state health board representative who was called here after several complaints from South Second street residents Is still In the city making investigations on the matter of oil on the lake CLEAR LAKE LOCALS Dr Bryson Osteopath Rogers hotel For Washer Ill The Her and Mrs F G Barnes Charles City left Monday after a 10 day vacation at the Last Call cottage Mrs MarjJ Boivmrfn librarian has gone to Rochester where sho will spend a weeks vacation Mis Belle Bnglebreteon is in charpc of the li brary during her absence Mrs Alia Imlp arrived in Clear Lake Sunday morn ng to visit withher sister Mrs Or ha Ormrod Mrs Ormrod is IVIrs 1 S Esslingers mother and has been II at1 her home on North Fourth treet for several months Mr ajid Mrs Clark Nolfe Mimieap lis Mr and Mrs W Spencer and Miss Ella Munson Fort Dodge and Miss Frances Mxmson New Hamp on were over Sunday visitors of vlrs Harriet Hopkins at her home on the Camp Ground Mr and Mrs Delplius Boatman and family Olney to Clear Lake and are guests Mr ind Mrs Clarence McGotfan east of town Thousands Hear Concert by Harold Bachmans Band Tmmanxi ard Mee St Paul A B Hoffman and Immense Inrongs Visit Clear Bettendorf Mrs G H Matter son and family Greene John Heth wehglon Oskaloosa Mr and Mrs W I Carrigon St Louis Carl Patchen Mason City Wilbur Mathwes Eldora A E Norton Minneapolis Ralph Tap pan Sioux City Lucy Warner Sioux City A H Mountain Des Moines H F Hobery Chicago Mr and Mrs D Li Cressy and daughter Lost Na tion Gertmote M Cressey and S M Helms and wife Lost Nation Arch Foster E Eennet David Lennox and party of Fort Dodge and John Horming Audubon Lake shoreguests were Mr and Mrs D Glenn Des Moines V K Webster EmmetsburgW Ful ler Lansing Mias Virginia Red mond St Louis Mrs C P Ballard Over WeekEnd Hotels Filled CLEAR LAKE Is said to be the largest crowd to visit the resort city this summer was on hand Sunday afternoon to hear the concert by Harold Bachmans Million Dollar band in the city park Long before the scheduled time for the open ing number hundreds of cars occupied the spaces marked off on the curbing and to get a bench near the band shell was utterly Impossible The band concert was given thru the courtesy of the North Iowa Fair association which have slated the mu sicians for daily concerts at ths fair ground this week Classical overtures I Hamoton Mrs W J Price Mrs Rus popular and march numbers enter tained the crowds for more than an hour Miss Ncl Gvrynn soprano solo ist gave several pretty numbers ac companied by the band Temperature Just Right With tha temperature registering a degree which was neither too warm nor too cold was given as another reason for the record crowds throng ing in and out of the city thru the day Traffic after the band concert was impassable Bathhouses report an excellent busi ness over the weekend while hun dreds of tourists set up their camping outfits at the south and north shore parks Cottages round the lake were filled with Parties and families from many points many for n weeks stay and others for only over Sunday Local hotels were filled to capacity with the following persons registered at the Ritz Guy A Whitney D E Byan Hubbard Mr and Mrs Snn Glynn and family Waterloo C H Crooks and wife Boone Victor Pulls Des Moines Laura Minecke H Hendrlcks sel Reel Des Moines Mr and Mrs J M Newton Fort Madison D M Seath Spirit Lake Leonard Pickering Terril Erwin Cook Terril E A Carr MH ford La Verne Cook Terrill Carlyle La Doerx Spirt Lake R W Holt Marshalltown Olan Loree Des Mpines Stark Baker Minneapolis Edna Swain Des Moines Mrs P E E St Clalr Hampton Mr and Mrs Salmon Fort Dodge Mr and Mrs A Tadkln son Chariton C K Fruid and wife Moline Mrs Jane de Roma Lincoln Brown and Mr and Mrs Carl A Dlxon of Des Moines Mr and Mrs Charles Thomas Cedar Falls B Biddlck Min neapolis B BenEhoof Mr arid Mrs O Johnston Des Moines Mr and Mrs H E Donovan Kansas City H S Miller Des Moines Mr and Mrs C Taylor and daughter Chicago Venus Thorntonv Dos Moines and Marie Ed wards Altoona Rogers Rooms Pilled At the Rogers hotel tha following were registered Joyce Hollinssworth and Mr and Mrs AdolphTlmnjerman Gary Sfosepaihe Heald andBerkeJy Heald Rancliff Hlch Little Harding Boy Breaks Arm While Playing in Yard CLEAR LAKE Aug Wesson Harding four year eld son of Mr and Mrs E Harding East Main street suffered a fractured armSaturn day afternoon while playing in the yard of his parents home The little boy was turning somersaults with a group of playmalcs and twisted his arm according to his mother The fracture was between the wrist and elbow of his right nrm He is reported to be resting comfortably at his homi5 today t Mr and Mrs S H Thompson and two daughters returned to their home In Ames after a few days visit with Ir and Mrs A A Joslyn Mrs Thompson and Mrs Joslyn are sis ters Mr and Mrs Dean HeUmaii find aori visited over Sunday with Clear Lake relatives WATTS FAILS TO APPEAR IN COURT Prevents Lake Man From Hearing in Answer to Drunkeness CLEAR LAKE Aug Walts who was arrested Saturday evening by Officer Andrew Peterson on a drunk and disorderly charge was unable to appear before Justice of Peace D H Campbell this morn ing on account of illness Watts was placed In the city jail until Sunday morning when a cash bond was put up for his appearance The hearing will be held as soon as Watts condition will permit officers stated William Pattie Dies at Clear Lake After Illness of a Month CLEAR LAKE attie 10 year old son of Mr and Mrs William H Pattie of Oklahoma City died Saturday following an Illness of a month Funeral services tvere held at St Patricks Catholic church at Clear Lake Monday afternoon The Rev J V Bacci Pall bearers at the funeral were Parka Rlnard Hugh McGlnness Donald ONell Vin cent Ninnett Lawrence Jones and Warren Pattie Burial will be made in the Clear Lake cemetery William Harper Pattie was born In Oklahoma City Sept 17 He was an only child Ha was the grandson of Mrs Nancy Pattie 1021 Third southwest Mason City a nephew of J W Pattie of Clear Lake and Martha Pattie 1021 Third street southwest Mason City He had come to Clear Lake about a month ago Dr Bryson Moves Office From Hotel CLEAR LAKE Aug P W Fryson osteopath has moved his of fice from the Rogera hotel to rooms in the Fjrst National bank building formerly occupied by Ream and Mc Conn Insurance company Dr Bry son has practiced in Clear Lake for mor4 than a year Paul Cooper Guest at Sondrol Home CLEAR LAKE Aug Cooper former resident and friend Joe Maloney Detroit arrived In Clear Lake today after driving the entire distance They will he guests of Mrs street for a week Louise Bennett Weaver Dont Worry 7HETHER it is a case of un expected company the bridge tea or the day by day problem of selecting pleasing menus for a family ever ready to eat let Louise Bennett Weaver the home economics authority help you Her famous menus and recipes successfully made in her own demonstration and testing and other articles on household sub jects appear daily in her column Helping The Homemaker READ IT EACH DAY in the Mason City GlobeGazette NORTH IOWA FAIR MASON CITY IOWA NORTH IOWAS BIGGEST SHOW IN THE COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN HF A B R A PUM A KPQ MILLION n A WH ALL ANNOUNCEMENTS VOCAL NUMBERS O DOLLAR AND THE STORY OF THE FALL OF TROY OVER THE LOUD SPEAKING UNIT AND AMPLIFIER MASON an DAY SCHOOL CHILDRENS DAY TUESDAY AUGUST 14 Program For The Day in All Departments City Municipal Band in Grandstand Million Dollar Band in Grandstand Horse Racing Program Trot and Pace of Club Livestock Mason City High School Band Feature Acts Thruout the Program City Municipal Band on Midway City High School Band in Grandstand Million Dollar Band Fireworks Fall of Troy ADMISSION PRICES ADULTS OUTSIDE GATE 50c CHILDREN UNDER 13 YEARS WITH FREE SCHOOL CHILDREN FREE TUESDAY AUGUST 14 RESERVED BOX SEAT IN GRANDSTAND 75c UNRESERVED SEAT IN GRANDSTAND 50c CHILDREN UNDER 13 YEARS IN BLEACHERS 25c A COUPON GOOD FOR 50 CENTS AT GRANDSTAND WITH EACH PAID ADULT ADMISSION TO GROUNDS AFTER 5 P M THEARLEDUFFIELDS COLOSSAL FIREWORKS SPECTACLE AUTO RACES THURSDAY AUGUST Professional Drivers 16 TROY Every Night Including FRIDAY 7 AUGUST I f
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