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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Clear Lake Kathryn McGowan Editor Office Phone No 239 Lee DeWlggitu Manager Residence Phone No 67 NEW CURRENCY ARRIVES HERE Cerro Gbrdo State Bank Has Display of New Bills in Small Denominations CLEAR LAKE June longawaited new and reduced size paper currency wilt be introduced Into general use in Clear Lake about Jully 10 according to an announce ment made by George Etzel vice president of the Cerro Gordo state bank The bank has had samples of the new bills in the smaller denom inations for some time and will re ceive large quantities in the first re leases by the government No large currency will be issued after July 10 andJie transition from new to old will several months time for the change the jfovernment has printed an average of 526 inibills for every man wom an and child in the country for the first release according to bank of ficials Aside from the change in size the outstanding feature of the Grant Community Farm Bureau Has Picnic at Fertile CLEAR LAKE June 28 Community Farm Bureau club of Grant No 7 held its annual picnic June 26 at the Fertile park A large number of the members attended the meeting Following the dinner the members engaged in sports un der the direction of Leo Svvanson and A R Cain The next club meeting will be July 12 at oclock p m at the Grant No 7 school building A pro gram is being arranged by Doris Jameson and Verna Hammond The club voted at their last meeting to have a float in the Fourth of July parade Mrs W N Hill Mrs Steve Hammond and Mrs W Guest are on the float committee CHURCH OF CHRIST I O O F hall uiit C W Hicks minister new currency is Bible school at 10 oclock Mrs of design and colors of all bills ofEarl Hudson assistant superintend the same denominations All the new ent in charec Clear Lake Churches bills regardless of denomination on the face and green on x the back Denominations of the issue run from to and include 52 55 520 55OOD The picture ot George Washington appears on all dollar bills Thomas Jefferson on the two dollar notes Abraham Lin coln on the five dollar size Alexan der Hamilton on dollar and An drew Jackson on the 20 dollar cur rency 1 The new bill is one and oheeighth Inches shorter and seven sixteenths of an Inch narrower than the pres ent Issue They are practically the same thickness and the paper dif fers only in the distribution of silk threads Theprincipal advantage of the new currency is an estimated savingof two million dollars an nually by the goverhmet because of the smaller size and the added dif ficulty of counterfeiting and raising bills it was stated Modern Homemakers Will Meet Tuesday CLEAR Modern Homemakeis 4H club will meet Tuesday at the home of Elleu and Zilphy Long Roll call will be Favorite Salads Thn following given Talk on heat and fish by Mrs Jami aon music memory selections by Reva Zlrbel demonstration by Zi phy Long report on county club camp by Gladys Bowersand Hazel Huber Plans for the Grant town ship1 Farm Bureau program for July will be completed at this meeting ent in charge Communion and preaching serv ices at 11 oclock Sermon subject Mountain Toj Experiences CONGREGATIONAL W B Milue pastor Sunday school at 10 oclock Morning worship at 11 oclock Subject Power of Thot METHODIST J R Tumbleson pastor Sunday school at 10 oclock Morning services at 11 oclock Subject A Moral Battle Epworth League jit oclock Evening worship at oclock CHURCH OK CHRIST SCIENTIST Sunday school at 10 oclock Sunday services at 11 oclock Subject Christian Science Wednesday evening services at 8 oclock Reading room in church every Saturday and Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 5 oclock ZION ENGLISH LTOTHERAN ff H O Unless pastor Sunday school at oclock Classesfor all Morningworship at 11 oclock Sermon topic Into the Deep Luke The choir will sing the anthem The Sahbath Morn Shelly ST PATRICKS CATHOLIC Father F Churchill Mass at 8 and 10 oclock BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN S M stcnby pastor Sunday school at 10 oclock Preaching services by pastor at 11 a mand 8 pm Prayer meeting Thursday eve ning p m Ladies aid will meet Wednesday July 3 at 2 oclock Mrs L Skarstad and Mrs Voags committee will serve HAWAIIAN DIVER RECOVERS WATCH Timepiece Lost While Fish ing Found fay Albert Shimamura CLEAR LAKE June as H OBrien DCS Moincs road master of the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railway lost a South Bend watch in the lake while fish ing from the pier at the Lake Shore hotel Thursday afternoon It was a very valuable timepiece and one which Mr OBrien had had for 15 years It was more valuable because the watches are difficult to buy at the present time according to Mr OBrien Every effort was made to recover the watch anci searchers worked until dark This morning Albert Shimamura Haw aiian swimming instructor who has just returned from the University of Chicago to resume his classes hero for the summer and who is a guest at the Lakeshore hotel of fered to work until the watch was found f Because of the depth and the cold ness of the water and because in previous efforts to find the watch which had buried itself rather deep ly inthe sand it took time and per sistence The lost article was brot up abcut oclock The time piece was still running PreFourth Activities Cause of Changing Date of Conservation Meet CLEAR LAKE June regular July meeting of the state board of conservation scheduled for Tiiesday July 2 will be held on Monday W C Merckens Des Moines boardsecretary announced today The date was moved ahead Merckens said to avoid conflict with preFourth activities The July meeting will be held at the state park at Clear Lake while the Aug ust meeting which will be held Aug 13 will be held at McGregor in con nection with the annual Wild Life School Merckens said Cerro Gordo Humboldt Hancock Counties 4H Girls Close Conference CLEAR LAKE June final boat ride around the lake Thursday closed an outing for 4H club girls from three counties who gathered at Patriarchs Militant park four days ago Twenty clubs with a total membership of 60 girls present com bined club lessons with pleasure during the conference Mrs Chares Wagner Mason City was in charge of Gordo county clubs Mrs Phillip Bair Humboldt Humboldt county ana Mrs Fred Oxley and Mrs T W McCulldch Corwlth supervised the Hancock county clubs More than 150 4H boys and girls from Cerro Gordo and Hancock counties attended theclub picnic at the I O p F camp here yester day The entire program was staged by club members The project was in charge of Harold Romey boys club agent and Miss Myrtle John ston home demonstration agent Des Moines Family Gives Birthday Party CLEAR LAKE June and Mrs Robert Orrlng and family Des Moines who are spending a week at the South Shore Country club entertained for their daughter Dor Jthy Ellen who observed her nlne eenth birthday anniversary Thurs day A dinner party was held at p m A birthday cake decor ated with pink and white caudles was the table centerpiece mendatlon that steps be taken for their relief The president of the local Rotary club explained to the governor that the priests took up their abode In the cellar because they feared they would be blamed for a political plot discovered about that time in which fhey took no part They have been afraid to leave their hiding place since and are suffering from lack of fresh air and proper nourishment CLEAR LAKE LOCALS Mouth Organ Trust Is German Monopoly TROSSINGBN Germany June new German Mouth Organ Trust has completed ils organiza tion and is preparing to make vig orous efforts to control the world mouth organ market It has been formed by a fusion of the two leading mouth organ man SCREEN ACTRESS IS NEAR DEATH Gladys Brockwell Seriously Injured in Automobile Accident LOS ANGELES June Gladys Brockwell screen actress was fighting for Her life in a hos pital here today as a resCilt of crit ical injuries received last night when an automobile in which she was riding with P Stanley Bren nan Los Angeles advertising man overturned near Calabasas Cal north of here Police Surgeon George Burrell who attended Miss Brockwell said she had sustained comnounrl company in Chicago was trans ferred to New York He was em ployed In the Kresge store while in Mason City JUNE 28 Americanism Stepping on the gaa to get there quickly being bored for want of something to do when ou get Review usane comnounr firrra3 in Germanv tures of the upper and tower Hohner nnrt i Vrv Jower Jack Shepard Has Birthday Party Here CLEAR LAKE June Shepard son of Mr and Mrs Hugh Shcpafd observed his sixth birthday anniversary party held Wednesday evening at the South Shore Country club Those present were Mrand Mrs M G Winmer and daughters Betty and Jonan and Mr and Mrs Shepard A lighted oirthday cake was the tabledecor ation Mr and Mrs Shepardwho live in Mason City are spending the summer months at their cottage at Dodges Point Want boys to sell magazines Mw Johnson 707 12th N W Mason City L A White and family superin cndent of Minot N Dak ciy chools will move into the Eagles Vest cottage Oakivood park July for six weeks After getting his amily settled Mr White will go o Harvard university to study for ix weeks v Uptown tonight lOc and 15c Mr and Mrs O B McCorkindale Mason City with Mr McCorkiu lales father and mother are mov ng into their new home at 213 Or chard avenue Clear Lake Mrs McCorkindale is being transferred rom her bookkeeping position witb he telephone company of Mason iiy to the telephone office at Clear ake Her husband Is employed vith a cement plant at Mason City Corrlne Griffith In Saturdays Ihildren Park Theater tonight Jack Cameron of Cameron and to of Chicago and family are mov ng into Sylvia cottage on the amp grounds for onemonth Mrs P M Webb and family of lagle Grove are moving into Dr T Blazes cottage on the south tore Sunday They will spend one eek at the lake Potterand family of Wells urg and S L Dilly and family of Vellsburg are occupying the Tha a cottage on the north shore for 0 days a Vacation Special in WATCHES for Men and Women Extra Large Solitaire Diamond S I I Mens Watches Only Latest models in strap watches day and night dial and hands Complete with flexible wrist bands A Bargain AI p nn and only On payments too Mens Elgin Watches Latest models none bet ter made Price range to Payments If desired A Bargain at A fine Blue White Diamond Clean and mounted in a beautiful 18 K Ladies Dia mond Mounted Rfng Is worth MUCH MORE but must go as a bargain at only Ladies Watches Only S1500 Very latest long models and fancy engraved cases Complete with metal wrist bands A big bargain nnfl tlC AA only plDUU Sold on payments Ladies Elgin Watches Latest long models as sorted styles A watch for those who want the best Price range ybu can Chargie It too f WE REPAIR ANY MAKE OF MAKE THEM KEEP TIME You will be pleased with oar repair us LEPPER JEWELRY CO The Square Deal Jewelers 10 First Street S E olice of Paris Making Suicide More Difficult PARIS June 28 in he Seine has become a hard job An antidrowning campaign under aken by police headquarters has reduced deaths in the Seine by 50 5er cent Police Chief Chlappe told ha municipal council Wrs Hazel Juve Is Honored at Luncheon Bridge at Caddy House CLEAR LAKE June Hazel WentworthJuve of Battle Creek Mich was the honored guest at a 1 oclock luncheon Thurs day given by Mrs Ralph Hayden at the Country Club caddy house Eight guests were present Garden roses nut cups and tally place cards carrying out the rose design added attractiveness to the table Bridge formed the afternoon diversion with high score won by Mrs Harold Hushaw Second high prize was won by Mrs B J Clausen A guest prize was presented to Mrs Juve of Mathias Hohner and Andreas Koch which have in the course of tthe past year absorbed several snmliler firms The new organiza tion will have virtually a world monopoly The house of Hohner is nearly 100 years old Mathiaa Hohner the founder was a watchmaker by trade and was the first to turn out mouth invention of a wood tuner named large quan tities Today of the total German output of 55000000 mouth organs a year the Hohner firm makes about onehalf Germany exports every year 50 000000 mouth organs to the value of about 53750000 Her best cus tomer Is the United States which takes 40 per cent of the whole Ger man output Great Britain takes 10 per cent and India 6 per cent Ar gentina Italy and Canada are also good buyers of mouth organs CYGLlEffS MOUNTAIN AREA Section in Pennsylvania Is Damaged Several Towns Reported Isolated UNIONTOWN Pa June 28 to1 cyclone struck in the moun tains 10 milea east of here today causing heavy damage over a wide area First reports were that Som erset Confluence Ohio Pyle Farm ingtori and other points in that re gion were hard hit Houses thruout the area were un roofed and trees and poles knocked down by the great force of the wind Wire communication into the region was interrupted and several owns were isolated A bus driver who came over the mountain as the storm struck siud a big dark funnel shaped cloud travelingat high speed swept into he district from theeast He said le drove the bus to its limit and just barely escaped MexicbBuilds Highway to Link Principal Cities MEXICO CITY June 28 Work has been resumed on the road from Mexico City to Vera Cruz When finished it will open the way for automobile traffic from the port overithe mountains to the Valley of Mexico where the capital is situa at an altitude of 7500 feet Work on the road had been aban doned some years ago How odd it seems to call him an efficiency expert when it takes him two hours to eat Review JWVYG1 JaWS a fractured skull and other serious injuries There was little hope for her recovery Brennan suffered broken shoulders and severe cuts on the face and head Miss Brockwell had not regained consciousness early today and Bren nan had not recovered sufficiently to tell just what happened Hospital physicians said that should Miss Brockwell recover her face probably would be permanently marred GLOBEGAZETTE BOUGHT IN TIMES SQUARE BY RILEY COMING ATTRACTIONS CLEAR LAKE June Park theater is presenting as its Sunday attraction George Jessel in his first singingtalking feature pro duction Lucky Boy It tells the story of the rise to fame of a boy from New Yorks East Side to Broadway fame and a position In society thru marriage to one of its fairest daughters Jessel sings from start to finish of the picture there being five songs heard in it andhe also en gages in a lot of dialog and wise cracking With a music shop vaude ville a night club and a Broadway musical show the background for most of the action Lucky Boy promises to be something quite unique in sound pictures It is a TiffanyStahl production directed by Norman Taurog and Charles C Wilson from a story by Viola Brothers Shore with sound recorded by RCA Photopbone The cast in cludes Margaret Quimby as the heroine Rosa Rosanova as the mother and William K Strauss Gwen Lee Richard Tucker and Gayne Whitman among others 40 Priests of Mexico Have Cellar Residence QUERETARO Mexico June 28 plight of 40 priests who went into hiding several months ago and have been living since in a cellar has been brot to the atten tion of the governor with a recom PASK THEATER CLEAR LAKE Sunday and Monday TWO DATS ONLY SEE and HEAR Times Square in New York City is a long way from Mason City but Nathan Riley son of Mr and Mrs Fred J Riley 122 North Connecti cut avenue found a touch home on a news stand thero Mr Riley who is employed by Butler Brothers wholesalers in their establishment there found a Mason City GlobeGazette for sile on the eastern stand It seemed good to get that pa per so far from home he wrote in a letter tohis parents Mr Riley who left here a month ago to work for Butler Brothers Clear Lake Starting Monday ONE WEEK JULY 1 HATSVAUDEVILLE MATUREORCHESTRA LOCATED SCHOOL GROUNDS Celebrate FOURTH IN Rockford ANOTHER ONE OP ROCKFORDS BIG CELEBRATIONS PROGRAM FOR THE DAY a Concert by Charles City High School Band in Central Park Speaker of the Day Rev Thos Anderson of Charles City Softball Game at the Schoolgrounds Nora Springs vs Greene for purse of Concert Game Rudd vs Rockford for purse Boat Racing and Street Sports p Concert Display p Dante witn sic by Macks Melody Makers MERRYGOROUND SIDESHOWS CONCESSIONS MOVING PICTURES YOU ARE INVITED Jingle Ginger the Scenes with a Boy Whom Songs Tickle the Heart and Whoae Wit j I AHStar Cut and ALSO Persian Market and Baltimore Trio Acts THE PARK IS BLIZZARD VENTILATED Matinee lOc and 30c Kvening 15C 40c QUALITY IS OUR AIM NEW ZEALAND WHITE DOES REGISTERED AND BRED Mt Silver or Silver Marten Does Bred American Blue Does Registered and Bred Chinchilla Does Registered and Bred Silver Black Fox Does Bred Havana Mink Does Registered and QUALITY IS OUR AIM REGISTERED BUCK Any Breed Listed Above 75c QUALITY IS OUR AIM CASTOR REX BUCK SERVICE Distributor for GEE BEE RABBIT FEED This 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