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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 29, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO mmm MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HELEN HENDR1CKS News Editor Residence Phone 310W OFFICE PHONE No 239 m LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 SENIORS TAKE TRACK HONORS Liens and CaDanan Are High Point Winners of Cin der Aces CLEAR LAKE May 29 The seniors won the class track meet at the Lions field which was a part of the class day exercises The win ners accumulated 87 points sopho mores 55 freshmen 39 and iora 16 First second and third ribbons were presented to the winners In each event Fifi DOrsay Will Appear at Surf Ballroom Thursday Is Feature of Roland Beck ers Popular Hollywood Band jolyn J Janer Beclielt M thin tane H Tbne isa Yam Cnllanan first wjn nle U second Taylor 2 third Eldlnr 2 lourtli Sljhr i 31mo 10 D Mile 4 flral K Blelcr 4 Astound 8 IWrd Ostrandcr I fourth W I atttt Time Senlara flrjt sophomores sfcona jrcsnmen tlilrd Tlmo 440 Wood 4 tint 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Helen Bobb and Mr and Mrs Elmer Holmes and daugh ter Myrtle all of Minneapolis who are visiting relatives here over Me morial day Other guests included Mr and Jrs Ira Deur Mason City Mrs tfabel Hernon and children Laura loyd and William Mr and Mrs Ernest Braund Garner Mr and Mrs J F Chartesworth and son Harold Mr and Mrs Clare Holmes and children Duane and Barbara the Misses Carol and Violet East man and brother Donald and Bob White all of Clear Lake A picnic dinner was served at 1 pclock The afternoon was spent playing baseball and other sports The group was kept amused by the antics of the parrot owned by Mrs Bobb CLEAR LAKE May 29 Fifi DOrsay the petite FrenchCanadian movie star who is to appear in per son at the Surf ballroom Thursday night with Roland Becker and his famous Hollywood orchestra is one of the big attractions which is booked for this part of the state this season Miss DOrsay will be tie first mo tion picture actress to play a series of one night engagements between pictures Refusing to remain idle while many of the studios were shut down pending reorganization Miss DOrsay determined to see her fans i In person and strengthen her popu larity Flfl to Sing Miss DOrsay will singvmany of the songs she has made famous in her pictures Youre Simply De GoodTime Fifi Maybe Perhaps and many other songs es pecially written for her la Young as You Feel she was the cute little vamp who showed Will Rogers how to play in Hot for Paris she was Victor McLag lens sweetheart in Those Three French Girls The Girl From Cal gary and They Had to See Paris she won the delight of the eye and ear of the screen Feature of Hollywood Band Now with Rsicnd Becker and Hollywoods finest dance musicians she is a hit according to all reports Mr Becker has been musical di rector for the star for the past two years and the band is the one which he used in Beverly Hills hotel in that city for two years where Greta Garbo Jean Harlow and other fa mous stars danced nightly Out of each tax dollar spent by Kentucky 429 cents goes to roads Michigan is the leading salt pro 1J CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS 60 c Cars washed or greased De Bruyn SuperService Mr and Mrs Ray Waller are the parents of a daughter born at the home of Mrs Wallers parents Mr and Mrs James Martin South fourth street Saturday The child weighed nine and threefourths pounds Mrs Waller wan formerly Milly Martin J HAIRCUTS Effective June 1 1933 The undersigned Barber Shops of Mason City have established a uniform price on ALL HAIRCUTS 35c S D Underwood J S Hall A J Ebert 0 M Williamson Henry Wertzel Chas Gilbert Roy Adkins H M Dougall Tom Angelioles E F Antone H H Newman F Ward Nick Argos L O Porter Lew Zerbel Chas Johnson R J Snyder Ed A Pearson E A Raehnt Steve Wilson Will Kephart Alex Trudo F C Ervin W MLogue Milton Thompson Michal J Caponi Fred M Newcomb P W Mineart John Baumgartner W R Hill Schlick Krall O S Winter These UNION SHOPS will have a charge of 35c on childrens haircuts Scott Smith D Avis W C Tracy R Green Davis Longley ixuuiz Omaha Nebr are visiting Mrs Nimtz aunt Mrs Martha Winkler of Clear Lake The H M Smith family have re turned to their Summer Days cot tage in Outlet park after a trip Mr and Mrs P Butler Mason city have opened their cottage Kamp Killkare on South Second street for the summer Dr Dede Mudgett and Miss Bess Mudgett Mason City have re turned to the lake to spend the sum mer in the Mrs L Becker cottage on West North street Mr and Mrs L A Muth ana son Douglas of Waterloo are house guests of Mr and Mrs J A John son over Manorial day Mrs John son accompanied them home after a visit there Mr and Mrs Frank Kennison re turned to their home at Columbus Junction Sunday after visiting a few days at the home of Mr and Mrs Lewis Gollen and family Mr Kenniaon is a brother of Mrs Golien fnfDVJrd MraA enter tained Mr and Mra B Kelroy at dinner Saturday night in honor of Mrs Kelroys birthday TaMe dec orations were carried out in orchid and yellow and Individual birthday cakes were given ng favors to each Mr and Mrs G M Woodruff q lnto the R b Duffield cottage The Tulsa at Dodges Point for the summer months Christie Oelhcrg has returned to his at Bayside addition after spending the past year at Council Bluffs attending the school for the deaf He has two years left to com plete his course A large group of students were accompanied by chaperones to Mason City where relatives met them Miss Evelyn Breau Des Molneg is a houseguest of Miss Ruth Byer over commencement Mr and Mrs William Breau parents of Miss Breau are vacationing this week in a cottage at Outlet park Lloyd Hunt Swaledaleapcnt Sun day with Clear Lake friends Mr and Mrs C C Palmeter of aPendinS Memorial day with Mr Palmeters father H E Palmeter Mr nnd Mrs C D Brown Spen at the and Mr3A BPHil Brown is a sister of Mrs URNESS GIVES SENIORS TALK Contagious Christianity I Theme Processional Led by Officers CLEAR LAKE May tagious Christianity was th theme of the sermon which was de Hvered Sunday evening by the H O Urn ess to the members of th senior class at the Zion Lutheran church The 35 graduates were ushered t the reserved section in the church by two juniors Miss Lillian Alte and Tom Wood Kenneth Wells ani Harold Beckett officers of tht graduating class led the class which wore caps and gowns He urged the young people to le their Christian lives shine befor men and by so doing their life would be worthwhile The denial of the Bible cause much of the lawlessness today the speaker began Immorality and unlawfulness are the root o all sin The young people do no realize that it is necessary to live a useful upright Christian life now in order for it to be Joyous later on he continued Go put your creed into your deed he stated quoting Emerson One of the best methods of getting a contagious Christianity is to con sult yourpastor to pray to God and to show kindness to your fellow men he concluded Grace Anderson Mrs Stanek was formerly Miss Alma Kucera junior high school Instructor In Clear Lake when the class of 1033 was in lunior high Miss Margaret Winter VlUisca is a guest of W Hugh Stickler at the S C Schumacher home North Sec ond street Miss Blllle Milne returned home this weekend from Nashua where she has been engaged as high school instructor during the past year She has accepted a position as dramatic and English Instructor at Hampton this fall MAY 29 isras Shields Rites Are1 Planned Wednesday at Lincoln Churcl CLEAR LAKE May neral services for the Rev H J Shields 94 will be held Wednesda afternoon at oclock at the res Idence in Lincoln township and a 2 oclock at the United Brethern church near there Burial will b made in the Lincoln cemetery nort of Clear Lake The Rev W S E liott Lehigh former pastor in thi place will officiate Relatives at the bedside of Mr Shields during his five weeks II ness included his daughters Mrs S A Birdsoll Rockford 111 Mrs W H Pankell Fertile and sons an daughtersinlaw Mr and Mrs I Y Shields and Mr and Mrs S W Shields both of Hanlontown Two daughters Mrs J L Cazera Deland Fla and Mrs O P Cook were expected to arrive for the fu neral Another daughter Mrs J L Me Williams Lisbon N Dak and i son John Shields in the west alsi survive Mr Shields Legion Auxiliary Sells Allotment of Poppies CEAR LAKE May 29Members of the American Legion auxiliary sold 1000 red poppies in observanc of Memorial day Saturday on the of Clear Lake A total of S10048 was realized by this en deavor Mrs Forde Lee chairman of the committee selling the pop pies had good helpers and the las rappy was sold at oclock in the evening Clear Lake Calendar day observation at cemetery at 10 and city park at 1 Fort Peck rodeo at Bayside 3 Dance at Surf ballroom Dance at Community building Emll Waslcek playing Diamond ball games at Lions field club meets at Lions cafe Becker and Hol lywood orchestra featuring Fifi DOrsay at Surf ballroom Commencement program at Com munity building Royal club meets at Mrs W W Foxs home South Fourth street at Community build ing Little German band playing RODEO SHOW IS GIVEN AT PARK Rain Interrupts at Bayside Park Opening CLEAR LAKE May larg crowd thronged Bayside park Su day at Its seasonal opening Th Fort Peck rodeo company furnishe thrills and entertainment for large crowd tut was interrupted b a shower when the exhibition wa half completed Western riders directed by Cow boy Ristau gave exhibitions of rlc mg the wild steers and horses Cow girls were also featured in a fane riding show and whip demonstration while a clown furnished amusemen between stunts Fancy rope throw ing was given Mr Ristau stated that it wa dangerous riding on the wet fie and that it was more difficult t give a good exhibition of th broncho busters under such condi tions A different program is plan ned for the rodeogoers at each o the performances Monday and Tues day afternoons These are schedule to begin at 3 oclock A large number of picnic partie made use of the picnic grounds a the noon hour Two From Jewell Are Fined for Drunkenness CLEAR LAKE May Barkema and Otto Skare of Jewell were arrested Sunday afternoon on he Clear Lake streets for intoxica ion by Officer A R Peterseu They were each fined and costs be Mayor W H Ward in police ourt arge Fish Caught at Lake Over WeekEnd CLEAR LAKE May Dlson Ventura caught a nice tring of fiah Saturday from Willow nn A pickerel weighing 12 pounds nd a pike weighing 7 pounds were nciuded in th catch The pickerel Taa 37 inches in length and the ike 36 Bob Binder Ames weekend vis or at the Ritz hotel brought in fltringr or five pike and one wali red pike weighing pounds Sun ay morning at the Bayside boat ne Mason City Cedar Rapids and Lake Scouts Camp at Lak CLEAR LAKE May Boy Scouts of troop 17 accornpanie by their scout leader Welcome Hoi lister held an overnight hike a Roosevelt camp at Ventura Height Friday night returning home Sat urday afternoon A council fire wa held Friday evening The group Sn eluded Rhinehart Anderson Davf Barber Dean Brox Bill Giles an Leo Jenkins Troop 13 from Mason City alsc were camped at Ventura Heights Troop 58 from Cedar Rapids arrive Saturday to spend Sunday in th scout quarters here High School Girls Win From Business Women CLEAR LAKE May 29The 31ear Lake business girls team los 59 to 33 to the girls high school ag gregation at the game Saturday night at the Lions athletic field Tht Business girls led the scoring unti the middle of the game Those playing for the town team noluded Dorothea Woodrow Mari an Meyers Ruth and Delores An derson Annamary Callanan Mary Slesseger Gladys Zook Delpha 3uey Geraldine Stenby Mrs W M Judy Carol Bell and Annamae Jen sen Marian Meyers was pitcher and Mrs Judy catcher About 200 per ons witnessed the game insurance Men Attend Anniversary Outing CLEAR LAKE May 29 0 have registered at the twentieth anniversary outing of the Iowa South Dakota agency of the New England Mutual Life Insurance ompany at Camp Morrison on the outh shore Men and their wives evoted Saturday night and Sunday o outdoor recreation of swimming boating golfing ani fishing The usinesa session began Monday morning Mrs Harry Hall Mason City is erving the convention Wnsicek Band to Play CLEAR LAKE May 29Emil Vasicek and his band will play at he Community building Tuesday ght for the special Memorial night ance Recording to H H Huntley anager of the dance hall Prof Joseph E McKnight has eon granted retirement by the Unl erslty of Utah after 43 yeare of ctive teaching Bob Schneider and Singer to Play at Memorial Day Dance CLEAR LAKE May 29Bob Schneider and his orchestra will furnish the music for the Memorial dance Tuesday night at the Surf ballroom Miss Peggy Grice enter tainer and vocalist is an added at traction with this band which makes its first appearance In Clear Lake Tuesday The roof garden has been com pleted and refreshments may be served on this open air diningroom A wrought Iron railing with colored lights similar to street lamps 3s placed around the veranda Manager C J Fox announces that a parking lot has been cleared and is operated without charge for the guests of the Surf ballroom J 0 Woodruff to Give Lawler Memorial Talk May pro jram for Memorial day services has been completed by the local Legion post Exercises will be held at the Legion city park at 10 oclock The address of the day will be given by J O Woodruff of New Hampton The program will include Invo cation by the Rev ODonnell music by high school band song by school children salute by a Legion squad taps by Stanley Dostel and bene diction by the Rev ODonnell Fol owing the services school children will decorate the graves at both cemeteries DIan to Enforce Law on Parking of Trucks DES MOINES May 29 Ura Alex Miller secretary state announced a projected cam aign to enforce the new Iowa IBW compelling trucks parked along lighways at night to be equipped with signal flares to warn passing motorists Vegro Woman Found Guilty in Slaying of Her 12 Year Old Ward SIOUX CITY May 29 hristlna Bland negro was con icted of second degree murder for he death of Loon Williams 12 her ard whom the state claims was hot when Mrs Bland became angry ver the sale of a stolen watch by he boy Sentence wil be imposed riday V if THANK YOU Mrs Tom Gates Mrs Fred ChrN tians and Mrs George Rupert Lu of St Paul arrived Sunday night t with W Nel lie Watts East Main street n B H and Mrs Oelhert will be hostesses to the simoon at eral days with Mrs Rankinl par entg Mr and Mrs Walter Jensen They expect to return home Wed nesday Mrs Rankina brother Gil bert and sister Annamae are members of the graduating class Mr and Mrs Stanek Cedar Kap ids are houacguests for days of Miss Dorothea Woodrow and May 29 1933 WOMENS CONTRIBUTION TO THE MOTOR CAR There is some doubt that people care to hear very much about what goes on under the hoods of their cars The driver knows that driving qualities are not accidental they are put there How the manufacturer creates or evolves those results my not interest him He judges entirely by the results he gets in driving Well it is not essential to talk let us talk Smoothness Drive the Ford V8 and you will find that the engine runs with surpassing smoothness due to its design and the extra precise methods of its manufacture There it is 75 horsepower we could say 80 at the drive shaftTToTthe drivers use With less weight to pull around the nettle of this carits lifelike responseis rather remarkable Economy Our V8 develops more power on a gallon of gasoline than any car we have made Mileage is partly a matter of individual driving but under average conditions the Ford V8 does 17 to 20 miles a gallon Of course car economy is not only a matter of fuel Ford V8 has that too but it is also economical in the complete senseinitial cost operation maintenance Appearance This is womans contribution The motor car must not only be useful but also goodlooking View the Ford V8 and you will not need our comment on its fine appearance Comfort This also is womans concern In 30 years she changed the motor car from a wagon to a coach Comfort is a quality made up of numerous ingredients There is no comfort without a quiet smooth running engine We have all the other ingredients toocolor good taste quality ease safety roominess and convenience   

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