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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 26, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JULY 26 M 1935 SEVEN J HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310W OFFICE PHONE 239 LEE DEW1GGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 SOLOS FEATURE BAND CONCERTS Marshalltown Woman to Sing With Band in Evening CLEAR LAKE July instrumental solos will feature the afternoon and evening concerts at the city park Sunday Two grade school students Dean Brox and Doris Jensen will play a cornet duet Swiss Boy by G R Bent This is their first appearance with the local band Miss Gladys Loman will present a baritone horn solo Old Kentucky Home Air Va rie Mrs Hiatt a summer visitor from Marshalltown will present sev eral vocal solos with the band at the evening concert AFTERNOON CONCERT 3 March French National Defile A Fuilet Ove rture H Losey Selection King Taylor Southern Bendix Cornet duet Swiss G R Bent By Dean Brox and Doris Jensen March Marine Corps Institute Taylor Novelty Overture A W Hughes Waltz Mighty Lak A E Nevin Baritone solo Old Kentucky Home Air Played by Gladys Lotnen Novelty numbers March The C Teike EVENING CONCERT 8 March Fame and K L King Overture Charles J Roberts Selection Naughty Victor Horbert Cornet duet Swiss Boy G R Bent By Dean Brox and Doris Jensen Golden Gate Caprice Arthur Wellesley Intermission March Hosts of K L King Selection Society Klein Baritone solo Old Kentucky Home Air Played ty Gladys Lomen Atlantic Continent V F Safranek March K L King CHESTEE YOUNG PEOPLE VISIT LAKE COTTAGE A group of Chester young people spent Thursday with the Chester Epworth League delegation at the Schex cottage in P M park Guests of the grotp were Bernice Wal thoff Vernon Kalthoff John Boe John Zidlicky and Max Leslie FRIENDS OF BOB BIGG ARE FETED AT DINNER Mrs W D Bigg and Miss Caro line Bigg entertained a group at dinner at their home at the Avalon Thursday night in honor of Bob Bigg Chicago who is spending several weeks here with his par ents He plans to return to his work at Chicago Sunday Guests included Don Phillips Max Clausen Vincent Minette Bob Adams Harold Cook man Junior Anderson Russell Hud son Marvin Winnie Lee Luick and Halvor Comstock Tables were deco rated with bowls of pansies and green color scheme D B L DINNER AND BRIDGE PARTY HELD Mr and Mrs W C Carroll were hosts to members of the D B L club and their cLisbands at dinner at the Lake Shore hotel Thursday evening The group adjourned to the Carroll home on North First street where bridge was played during the evening Clear Lake Calendar at Surf ballroom Red Wilson playing Dance at Clear Lake Country club Band concert at city park concert at city park S and 8 Treat dance at Surf ballroom Verne Wagner playing at Surf ballroom Slats Randall playing games at Lions field 8 Dance at Surf ballroom Slatz Randall playing Bennet Inspector of Iowa High Schools DES MOINES July 26 Miss Agnes Samuelspn state sup erintendent of public instruction to day appointed H K Bennett Traer inspector of high schools AVERT Sunday Monday Tuesday July 28 29 30 MAE WEST in GOIN TO TOWN PARK THEATEE Clear Lake 89 Saturday Sunday Al Keeler GO INTO YOUR DANCE Galilee Service to Be Held at Methodist Camp Dr Garvin to Be Speaker as Lighted Candles Go Out to Sea By JOHN D CLINTON CLEAR LAKE July rare lake shore service representing the Gallllee service of hundreds of years ago will be held at the Methodist camp Friday night for the 1046 in stituters Dr Samuel Garvin will be the speaker talking from a boat on the water A candle lighting service in which 1000 small candles are light ed and floated out on the lake is something new for the institute Miss Dorothy DeBruyn of Clear Lake will read Renascence by Edna St Vincent Millay at this ser vice 66 Voice Choir There is music in the air when the choir of 66 voices peals out morning devotions at at the camp this week Mrs Elizabeth Seaburn Wa terloo director has representatives from 35 Iowa towns singing to gether in a way that will surprise the Sunday throngs on the last day of this banner institute Iowa Falls has the banner repre sentation in the group with five members Charles City and Mar shalltown four each Conrad Wy oming New Hartford and Beaman three apiece The personnel of the choir is sopranos Betty Leasen Jeanne Raush Wyoming Harriet Blake Maquoketa Faye Morrison Emma Earner Dubuque Thev Os ter Alice Frederickson Lila Gar ner New Hartford Berniece Moon Greene Helen Grooters Iowa Falls Velma Plank Independence Merle Miller Waterloo Ruth Kielsmier Charles City Eunice Runft Rein beck Genevieve Carey Laurel Flora Wiseman Gilman Alice Gill West Branch Leone Steuben Mar gonet Wilkie Rockford Mae Fel ter Olin Beth Baker Cedar Falls Armina Davis Cedar Rapids and Fern Newcomer Greene Are Altos Van Fossen Mar ion Marjorie Baker Cedar Falls Thelma Stoeber Aria Collis Charles City Esther Blohm Rein beck Myrtle Irmscher Delhi Ver na Hanold Wyoming Marilyn Fles cher Waterloo Bernice Sheldon Iowa Falls Lois Martin DeWitt Lois Hock Myrtle Robinson Grundy Center Lorraine Kitzman Ermyl Rowe Beaman Mary Collister Ply mouth Kathryn Sanders Iowa Falls Kneeland Mar shalitown Miller Rowe Beaman Scott Tyrell Osage Lawrence Goodrick Clarence Forrest St Clair Conrad Palu Cass Hawkeye Glen Fagen Des Moines and Elwin Musser Charles City Kneeland Marshall town Fred Kenderine McGregor Richard Dow and Wendell Schaefer Sheffied E G Hunt Solon Edwin llaynard Keith Upton Conrad Allen Thomas Olin John Collister Plymouth Richard Barnes Cresco Dick Moore Paul Hoffman Tipton Don Grooters Iowa Falls Deming Smith Toedo Bob Greene Harold Rollette Boger Haines Marshall town Eleanor Gough of Mt Vernon is accompanist The spirit of campfire was in the air for the Thursday night service on the shore John Collister of Ply mouth played a xylophone solo and Ed Rogers the bugler gave a trum pet solo Indians Are Greeted After a day of white caps the lake become quiet reflecting a pink cloud in the west where two canoes were visible each vessel topped by white feathers brought Indians from Okoboji to light the fires of Clear Lake friendship On the shore by the teepee sat the chief of the Clear Lake tribe John D Clinton the first firelighter at institute cer emonies 10 years ago and his two assistants Donny Beldcn Fayette and Ray Schneck70th Princeton who greeted the visitors Allen Med berry of Marshalltown presided at the tomtom and a dipper dance was presented The three made the fire without matches and applied a torch to the fire built chimney style to a height of five feet by Gerald Dunlap Winthrop and De Witt Clinton Fayette Frank Court Spoke The Rev Frank A Court of Osage was campfire speaker There are two Frank Courts on the ground father and son Frank W is pastor in his fourteenth year at Davenport and Frank A is starting his first year as a chief at the OSoEzy Osage cottage on Epworth drive at Methodist camp Varied activity followed at One large group was singing on the shore Another played games under huge spotlights in front of the tab ernacle The light is a locomotive headlight with a huge copper bowl used in the days of kerosene lamps in headlights But the great gathering was in Elmwood Bowl at the annual penny show put on by the nature study class Six hundred took advantage of this 1 cent chance to see and hear a handcolored showing of the McCormack Song O1 My Heart The way Dictator Mussolini is carrying on it begins to look as though Dictator Hitler will have to bite a dog if he wants to get any of the Memphis Commercial Appeal Opens at Surf CLEAR LAKE July Randall and his Brunswick re cording orchestra popular dance band from the Picadilly club London England to GaHestons Hollywood Dinner club in the west will open at two weeks en gagement at the Surf ballroom Monday night Miss Minu Mad den New York City is the charming vocalist with the band Red Wilson und his band will play Saturday night and Verne Wagner and his band will play for the Sunday night treat dance Ishani Jones and his famous Columbia broadcasting orchestra New York City is booked for the Surf for Thursday Aug 1 Clear Lake Churches CONGREGATIONAL Church school at 10 The Rev H E Bough and Mrs L B Ashland superintendents Childrens story by Mrs Blough Church worship at 11 Mrs F E DeMott pianist vocal solo by Fred Martin Sermon theme English Statesmanship in the Trend of Present Day World Events This is the fourth of a se ries of sermons on Religious Signi ficance of Present World Trends H E Blough pastor ST PATRICKS CATHOLIC First mass at 8 Second mass at 10 Confessions will be heard Satur day evening at J Supple pastor FIBST CHURCH CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street Sunday school at 10 Church service at 11 subject Truth Wednesday evening service at 8 CHURCH OF CHRIST I O O F HALL Biblye school at 10 Communion and preaching of the Gospel at 11 Sermon subject A Foundation Se cure Scripture lesson Luke 49 Outofdoor meeting in city park Sunday afternoon The pastor will speak on Vain Buckles pastor BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Sunday school at 10 oclock Pray er meeting on Thursday evening at 8 M Stenby pastor GOSPEL TABERNACLE Division street The Rev Alvin Frestholt of Chicago will preach at the Gospel Tabernacle morning ser vices at 11 oclock and in the even ing at 8 oclock Bible school at 10 Young peoples meeting at Mr Prestholt will also speak at the union meeting at the park at Fertile Sunday afternoon at H M Dunsmoor and James Miller pas tors METHODIST Sunday school at Morning services at 11 Bpworth league at W Riner pastor ZION LUTHERAN Sunday school at Worship at 11 Dr Carlo A Sperati Luther college professor Decorah will be the O Urness pastor Confesses Crime for Which Another Man Is Serving Sentence DES MOINES July 26 tal Inspector C P Donovan said to day that George Brown 40 Des Moines former Western league baseball pitcher has confessed a crime for which another man is serving a prison term Brown Donovan reported signed a statement that he forged and cashed a S1788 check stolen from a letter in an apartment mail box Roy C McMillen 41 Des Moines identified by the merchant who cashed the check was convicted and noxv is serving a years term in fed eral prison Federal court officials said Mc Millen probably would be freed as soon as Browns story is checked Brown has pitched for both the Omaha and Rock Island III West ern league clubs PLAY WILL BE GIVEN AT CAMP Richard Moore South Beth el to Play Title Role of Ba Thane CLEAR LAKE July play Ba Thane by Edna A Baldwin will be presented for the large Ep worth League institute group Sat urday night at the tabernacle at M E camp on the south shore It is directed by Richard T Baker Kan sas City who gives weekly contri butions to the Epworth Herald the national paper of the league in the column Dial Awhile a nation wide radio guide He is a son of Dean Baker The story behind Ba Thane is concerned with American imperial ism in the Orient There are two opposing forces in the short drama one representing the powerful hand of the American business in search of rich Burmese oil the other repre senting the church of God in search of human service The conflict of the play comes in the meeting of these two forces The play follows the play formula with the important drama played on an important scene According to reports of the last rehearsal the playwill be presented in a very realistic manner although there will be limitations due to lack of equip ment and preparations The cast includes Ruby Willough by Cedar Falls Shirley Jean Collis Charles City Alma Marts Mount Vernon Joan Warner Davenport Edwin Rogers Mt Vernon Arvel Smith Tipton and Richard Moore South Bethel Moore plays the title role of Ba Thane ThreeLegged Calf at Axel Juhl Farm Is Able to Stand CLEAR LAKE July freak Shorthorn calf born with only three legs is owned by Axel Juhl onehalf mile east of Ventura The animal is able to stand alone and is normal otherwise Both of the hind lega are normal but there is only one leg in front the shouldei and leg on one side failingto devel op The calf is now a week old 2 Decorah Youths at New Orleans by Canoe DECORAH July seven weeks of paddling down the Mis sissippi river Walker Sandbach son of the Rev and Mrs O Standbach and Carsten Winger son of Mr and Mrs Gusl Winger of Decorah reached New Orleans this week and are resting after their 1800 mile journey The hoys think they have had enough of and may hitchhike back to Decorah Clear Lake Briefs Ritz Hotel Bayside Ph S7F3 Miss Elnom Sheplee has been dis missed from the Mason City hospi tal after a major operation She is reported to be convalescingnicely at her home on Glen Cove Drive Mr and Mrs Robert Davis aro spending several weeks in Yellow stone National park and touring through the western states Mr anfl Mrs Lindsey D Davis and daughters Elizabeth and Ber nita of Oskaloosa are vacationing on the south shore of Clear Lake for several weeks Mr Davis is salesman for the Charles Hewitt and Sons Co of Des Moines Mr and Mrs E J McCann Ma son City returned to their home af ter a weeks outing in a cottage at Dodges Point Mrs W A Miller Mrs L C Ras mussen Miss Opal Miller and Miss Anna Olson all of Webster City are vacationing this week in the Chris tie cottage on Glen Cove Drive Mr ana Mrs R P Osier and Mr and Mrs Harold McFarland both of Des Moines are vacationing this week in the Tom Skipsey cottage on the south shore Mr Osier is state agent for the Norwich United Fire Insurance company Mr and Mrs Raymond Hejlik have moved into the Lou Weedman cottage at Outlet park They spent a weeks wedding trip in northern Minnesota Karl Juve Battle Creek Mich joined his wife and daughter in Clear Lake this week They have been visiting for several weeks with Mrs Juves mother Mrs Cora Wentworth and brother Paul Went worth Lloyd Lyon has returned from a few weeks trip spent in Virginia Washington D C and other east em places He also visited his sister Letha a student in the University of Virginia Charlotteville Miss Dorothy Bowman Rochester Minn is spending several weeks with her grandmother Mrs Mary Bowman public librarian Mr and Mrs Clifford Mott arc spending the summer in the San DeeWae cottage off of West Sec ond street Mr and Mrs George Allard and family of Grundy Center have moved to Clear Lake and rented the Fred Moffet house on South Second street Gale Goranson left Friday for Kansas City for a visit with rela tives He accompanied his aunt of Mason City Mrs Amanda Albert and daugh ter Miss Myrtle Albert Estherville are houseguests at the home of Mr and Mrs O A King South Second street Mrs Albert is Mrs Kings mother Al Jolson Stars With Wife CLEAR LAKE July Jolson and his wife Ruby Heeler costar In the picture Go Into Your Dance which comes to the Park theater Saturday for a two day engagement It Is not only a comedy but has a gripping dramatic situation hilarious laughs and popular dance numbers Helen Morgan the torch singer and Glenda Farrcll are shown here with Al Jolson MORGAN NOT TO OPPOSE OUSTER Girl Admits Her Affidavits Against Former Police Chief False SIOUX CITY July 26 Morgan demoted from police chief lere to a detective said today he would make no effort to regain his post although Therese OBryan ad nitted in district court yesterday that she gave false affidavits against Morgan The girl appeared as a state wit ness in an injunction hearing against the Abraham confectionery o restrain the establishment from operating a reputed disorderly house Two brothers named as op erators of the establishment were indicted by the Woodbury graft rand jury on charges of detention of a female and assault with intent to commit murder Miss OBryan denied truth of an affidavit she gave counsel for the Abrahams in which she said Mor gan threatened to beat it out of her if she refused to testify against the brothers Under questioning by Defense At torney George Gorder the girl said she made the affidavit quoting threats by Morgan because the Abrahams told me to do so On direct examination by County Attorney M E Rawlings Miss OBryan told of being carried into the rear of the confectionery and atacked on two occasions The indictment against the Ab rahams followed accusations by Mrs Leona Flaa that they had slugged her for appearing as a grand jury witness Jest From the Classics Maine is so excited about the power project now that we under stand Latin students in high schools up tlicie find themselves saying qui quae Mass Evening Gazette Wherell They Get Them When the process of soaking the rich gets under way the poor will do well to put up their Toledo Blade Interior of Elevator at Council Bluffs Is Destroyed by Blaze COUNCIL BLUFFS July 26 IT of undetermined origin early today destroyed the interior of the Raven Honey Dew mill elevator here causing unestimated property damage No one was in the building when the fire broke out Various kinds of animal feeds are manufactured and stored in the companys property here A half block long storeroom con nected with the eelvator was not damaged as Council Bluffs firemen prevented the fire from spreading The tincovered elevator was only a hollow shell when firemen final ly quenched the flames Theodore Simpson general man ager said the loss was covered par tially by insurance Taxation without limitation is CourierExpress THE NAME is Important ALL corn flakes arent alike Wben you are offered a substi tute for genuine KcnoggV Com Flakes remember it is seldom in a spirit of service FOR QUALITY The young woman who startled the French chamber of deputies leaping from a balcony to the floor of the chamber is believed to no mentally indisposed The theory ap parently is that nobody otherwise would join a legislative body when not required to do New York Sun Buehlers Best Buy OLEO 2 for 35c Peanut BUTTER 18c TBONES SHORT CUTS VEAL CHOPS STEAK Ib a Small WIENERS Ib I Summer SAUSAGE Ib Lego MUTTON Ib Fresh Spring Fries and Dressed Young Hens Ib e Choice Corn Fed Mutton Shoulder ROAST Ib Beef 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