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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa FOUKV MASONr GLOBEGAZETTP7 OCTOBER Clear Lake Kathrvn McGowm Editor Office Phone No 239 Lee UeWigclns Manier BesWeace Phone No CLMENTO WITNESS SEBIES M E Carey Receives Gift From Man He Knew 37 Years Ago c CLEAR LAKE Oct constitutes what probably will be the highly appreciated gift to be received in Iowa during the past i week was received this morningby JM B Carey veteran night watch man here The gift consists of five box seats for Tuesday and Wednesday to thp TASTKE DOUGHNUT CO Manufactured in Clear Lake Hud sold every where Wholesale Special prices to party churches and sales Write or phono SOG Clear Lake Idwii We deliver DR WOMAUCH DENTIST Weir Bldg Phone WZ When you conic to tne Green Mill forr break fast luncheon dinner or late supper you see an impressive number of patrons all of them evidently enjoy ing food service anil environment which distinguishes the Green Mill from other estab lishments Why Not the Green Mill for Sunday Dinner T Meet Your Friends at the ClarionClear Lake Football Story on Sports Page CLEAR LAKE Oct ball fans vriil f in d a co mplete storyof theXClear Lake Lion ClarionCowboy football game of Friday afternoon by turning to theisportspage of this editidm The game wasthe second one of thV a eason f or the Lake ra an d rreauitedin a defeat of 14 to 0 Cafe THE HOME OP GOOD FOOD Worldseries baseball games to be played In Chicagothis week from Mr Careysold friend of 37 years ago Judge Jay the Federal Circuit court in Chicago Accompanying the tickets was a letter andtelegram as follows You will see some of the best playing Iri the world at these gamesy but the jatching will not be as good as ygu did 37 yeareagoj in Illinois Judge Jay Olson MrCarey is going to share his tickets with Phil Leland Calland Arleigh EddyandJohn Chizek The partyis to leave Monday morning by aiito mobile Itis believed that these tickets will place the Clear Lake aggrega tion directly behind the Cubs dug cut one of tie choicest positions in the park This is one of the five blocks of box seats that have been received in Iowa PARK THEATER CLEAR LAKE The Little Theater the Big Pictures SUN MON TUBS Bigger and Better Than Weary River WCHARD RIPSUNDAY Methoditt Pastor Will Con duct Services for Lake Business Man at Home IPANA TROUBADOURS With Alice Day and Lila Lee In a 100 alltalking and singing Vitaphone hit Hear nick and talk KB tuwe never heard1 him before Also Two Big Acts Hat Sun Eve lOo and SOc 15c and 40c CLEAR LAKE Oct sF services for Edwin R Adams GS years old Clear Lake business man who dropped r dead shortly after opening his grocery store on East Main street Friday morning will be held at his home oh Clara street at 2 Sundayafternoon with the Rev J R Tumhlesoh pastor of the Methodist church in chargb Members of the Modern Woodmen lodge of which Mr Adamswas af filiated will attend the last rites in a body Heart lisease of several years duration wits the caiiSe of Mr Adams death He had suffered ser ious attacks the pas t few months Hr Adams had eaten his breakfast ao usual the morning of his death and apparently was feeling good ac cording to relatives Bbnrin 1861 R was born Sept 27 1861 in Del aware county Iowa wheMf he later engaged in f armlns He was married to Miss LleueUa Gravesinl886and moved toVManr cheater Two children were born to the couple Following thedeath of his wife hewasrnarried pcti 4 1896 Rebecca Vyisegarver who him In 1907 the family moved to a farnt near MeUette Dak In 1917 the couple bought near Little Falls Minn where they con tinued to reside until two years ago whenthey moved to Clear Lake Mr Adama was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church at Little Falls and upon moving here had his membership transferred Out of town relatives expected to attend the funeral services areMr andMrs Ed Halbur and daughter Elizabeth of Manchester Mr and Mrs Earl Adams and Mr arid Mrs Glen Smith of Riceville Mr and Wallace of Wesley and Mrs Fred C Weidt of Austin Minn Mr and Mrs Theora Vermilya and daughter Helen Mr and Mrs Albert Clapper Mr and Mrs Ray Thompson Mr and Mrs Russell Thompson Mr arid Mrs Howard Thompson and Mr and Mrs William Lennan and Mrs Elizabeth Graves of Mason City Pallbearers Announced With Mrs Adams a daughter Mrs Charles Foss who resides hear Clear Lake twcv brothers and a sister survive Also Mrs Eliza Bol singer and her daughter Mrs Grace Stevens and a baby who have their home with Mr and Mrs Adams a great deal here as well as at Little Falls Minn Pallbearers wil be nephews pf Mr Adams They are Ray Thomp Friday nieht Oct 11 theIpana Troubadours well knatvn dance musicians broadcast regularly from the National Broadcasting company and record for nilcompanies will pluy for a dance at the MaspiiCliy armory The unit will appear In costume and the progriini will be the same type oJ suave jazz is heard on the air Harry Ford will direct Sells Farin at Auction SWEA CITY H Smerdpn of Webster City is placing his farm one mile west of here and two miles soutb up for auction Tuesday Oct 8 The farm Is known as the old Chris Miller place The farm Is ah improved 160 acre place This is the first farm in this neigh borhoodthat has Been placed on the auction1 block In years The Chicago Tribune talks about the western states but Jowans continue to live iu the mid dle News Republican VENTILATE YOUR CORN CRIB with a Nelson Corner I b Vent iitor Write for circular Nelson patentee Burchln son Albert Clapper Wallace Beu ton Russel Thompson Howard Thompson and Reinert Thompson Jolly Six MemBer Has Birthday Party CLEAR LAKE Oct Marguarete Johnson entertained members of the Jolly Sixclubat a dinner party Thursday iuhonor oftierfourteenth birthday anniversary The girls held a short club me eting1 with Kathryn J oslyn giving an interesting paper onthe club flower the pansy Marguarete Widger told how to make a stock ing doll and Neva Harding told a myatery story The girls are stu dents in the junior high grades of thelocal school Woodmen to Attend Adams Rites in Body CLEAR LAKE Oct of the Modern Woodman lodge hava beeuasked to meet at the home of Mrs E R Adams Clara street at oclock Sunday to attend the funeral services of Mr Adams who died suddenly Friday morning Will Paul officer1 announced today I Waterloo Negro Is Held in Connection WithAnthony Death WATERLC Oct 5 ert Rockette 25 Negro is held here for investigation in connection with the slaying July 11 of Theodore I Anthoriy salesman He was ar rested last night after a quarrel with Hattie Wortham Negress who telephoned police she could tell them something She later made an affidavit as serting Rockette had told her ha killed a man Julyi 11 and thathe threatened to kill her if she told Rocketes discription is said to differ from that given police by Donald Alberts a railroad brato man who said he had seen a tail man without a coat jumping from the running oard of a car and run down the street near the placa where Anthonys body was found Clear Lake Locals RESENTING I93O NA WORTHY SUCCESSOR A GREAT SUCCESS TwiKlGNITiON TWINIONITION EIGHT Six SINGLE Six TO f TO t WITH GREAT NEW FEATURES THAT WILL FOCUS THE EYES OF THE WORLD ON NASH New Body Mood Length New Narrow Rim Radiators with Builtin Auto matic Powerful Motors 7Beariag Hollow Crankpin CableActuated 4Wheel Feed tralized Chassis Double Action Lovejoy Hy draulic Shock Drivers Spring Coven Lifetime Easiest Steering Control on Instrument floor board and Moderne Instrument these tional features in the Eight StraightrEight TwinIgnition High Compression VaiveinHead Integrally Connterbaknced Hollow Crankpin Crankshaft Aluminum Connecting Rods Steering Shock Repulsor windows doors windshields Dupiate NonShatterable Security PlateGlass Mrs H M Streeter Camp Grounds has as her houseguest Mias Dorothy Colemau of Chicago Friday evening a picnic was held her Parktonlght Tom Lawof the Plains lOc and 30c Mrs Henry Tardlff Stevens Point Wls is visiting at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Jim Martin aoiithof Clear Lake Closing danco at White Pier Saturday night Oct 5 Harold Ly man orchestra Last car at mid night Sllss Eyabelle iPattcrson CcauV Falls is spending the weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs Leland Patterson East Main street Miss Patterson is a freshmanstudent at the State Teachers cpllege this year Closing dancei at White Pier Satiuday night Oct 5 Harold Lyr man orchestra Last car at mid night Mrs BJB StudjTln uc companied by Annie Baker and Marian Snow left Friday noon for Waterloo to aUend the CattleCon gress The two misses willrepresent Lakes Ambitious Vestas 4H club Fried spring chicken dinner Sun day 12 to 2 75c at Home Tea Room 218 NDelaware W J Leonard Ventura submitted to an operationfor the removaV of a goiter at a Mason City hospital Plan to eat your Sunday dinner at the Ritz cafe Clear Lake Dr Harold Jennings Osteopathic Physician Obstetrician 415 to 425 M B A Building Office Phone 3789 Res Phone 28611 LEOPOLD S TO K O W S KI and the Philadelphia Orchestra go on the air for the first time AT PM SUNDAY AFTERNOON Philco the BalancedUnit Radio fittingly sponsors the outstanding radio events of the worlds finest orchestra in a series of three nationwide broadcastings Tune in this afternoon and mark these redletter radio days on your calendar Sunday Novem ber 3rd Sunday December 8th Each symphonic concert be from P M to P M over station WHO or WOW i Ij you want to clearly hear the glorious music of the Philadelphia Orchestra listen in on a BalancedUnit Philco the radio that is unique in trueness and clearness of tone Visit your will gladly ar range a free home demonstration with easy terms if you decide to buy B A L A N C E D U NIT RADIO SOLD BY GurrieVan Ness Co MAINTAINED BY MERIT Phone 17 11 North Federal Ave AT THE THEATERS CLEAR LAKE Oct the new First National vita phone feature starring Richard Barthelmess which comes to the Park theater Sunday it is said that the star has a role differing radi cally from anything1 he has hereto fore attempted He plays the part of 1 a young newsoaperman who mar ries and findshimself the chief means of sunport for a large fam ily of parasitic inlaws How they drag him down and for a time pre vent him from making any headway J In his ambitions forms the dramatic I structure of the story Dialog music song dominate the story which 1 was directed by Frank Lloyd who f also made Wearyr oth j er Barthelmess hit Drag is 100 percent talking and singing John Paul Reported Seriously 111 at Home CLEAR LAKE Oct con dition of John Paul farmer resid ing hear Clear Lake who was stricken suddenly ill Wednesday wasreported serious this morning by relatives Ho Is suffering from cerebralhemorrhage MrsMaud BeGon New Yorkclty arrived Sat urday morning1 to assist in caring for him Phone 618 GRIMESNASH CO NASH SALES AND SERVICE 2234 2nd St S E MANY ATTEND DANCE CLE1AR LAKE Oct hun dred and ten couples attended the second in a series of modern and oldtime dances to be held in the KP hall this winter Friday ninjr according to C manager Candy was given out as favors to the women FOR SAFETY AND A STREET CAR The Vital Need of Transportation li n INTERURBAN TIME CARD IN EFFECT NOW Departs from Muson City a m Ex Suri a m a m a m p m p m p m p m Ex Sun p m p m p m p m Departs from Clear Lake a m Ex Sun a m a m a m a m p m m p m p m Ex Sun p m p m p m FREIGHT TRAINS a m a m p m a m never so evident as in the old pion eer days during the periodic treks to the more bountiful lands of the West Nowadays there is a most vital need for GOOD Transportation kind that will save our valuable time provide us with comfort and safety this need is best filled by the service provided by the Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Co who provide smokeless cinderless cars that give swift dependable service Ask for our rates for those who ride often Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Co CLEAR LAKE PHONE 6 MASON CITY PHONE 120 ;