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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, December 18, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 18 1936 THIRTEEN Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 Clear Lake Briefs CIRCLE WOMEN HOLD ELECTIONS 3 Zion Lutheran Groups Select Officers for Year. CLEAR LAKE—Three circles of the Zion Lutheran aid met Thursday afternoon in as many separ- ! New .rayon pajamas at Oluf T. Phone 530—Good Iowa coal, lump or nut. C. Merwin, We deliver. Mrs. Alice" Meyer has accepted a position in Mason City for a few weeks. Bright shades in new silk dresses at Hansen's. $4.95-$7.95. Tina Rebekah lodge will meet at I. O V O. F. hall Tuesday evening for a Christmas party and exchange of gifts. ate places. Each held an election of officers as well as some form of Christmas celebration. Mrs. A. B. Knutson was chosen president of Dorcas circle of the Zion Lutheran aid at a meeting of the church. Mrs. Harold At- j Hansen's A. W. Malthies was in Webster City Wednesday and Thursday attending a Masonic Grand lodge school for instructors and lecturers. Junior Pease is expected home Tuesday from Grinnell where he kins was chosen vice president, is attending college this year. I Christmas cookies now on sale, ' 35c doz. Designs—Santa Claus, Mickey Mouse. Christmas trees, stars. Clear Lake Bakery, Come in and see them. A recent communication from the W. B. Milne family at Muscatine states that the Rev. Mr. Milne is getting along very well but is still in bod. Miss Billie is recovering nicely from her operation ( and the George Milne's baby is tions, "songs by the high school i much better, glee club, instrumental music by | Hurry! Hurry! Save! Final Mrs. Knutson and sens, Kenneth \ clean up. Many bargains await and Wayne, and a Christmas read- you. New seasonable merchandise Mrs. Arthur Diebler, secretary, and Mrs. K. G. Jensen, treasurer. The circle gave a Christmas party which was well attended to members and friends of the church. Christmas decorations were used on the table and throughout the room. Refreshments were served in cafeteria style with Mrs. Jensen and Mrs. Jennie Koeneman as hostesses. The program consisted of devo- ing by Mrs. Jensen. Zion circle elected Mrs. Hans Hendrickson, president; Mrs. Kari Mrs. Bohlen, George Henry and Mrs. John Moran. press cor- A & C Style Shop Assignee Sale at Clear Lake. Open Sat. nisht. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mak, Waterloo, will spend Sunday at the home YULETIOE PARTY GIVEN BY CLUB Crescent Women Entertain Husbands at Dinner, Bridge. CLEAR LAKE — Crescent club members entertained their husbands at a 6:30 o'clock dinner at Watkin's cafe Thursday evening after which the group of 38 retired to the Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Phillips home for the evening. White candles, pines with cones and red cellophane were used in the table decorations and a Santa Claus to distribute the gifts was a feature of the evening. Girls from the high school glee club sang a group of Christmas carols after which the club played bridge. Dr. Allen Phillips, St. Louis, won high score for men and Mrs. William McGowan, high for women. Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. H. N.- Halvorson, Mrs. A. S. Dice and Mrs. J. F: Palmeter were on the committee. I * * * PRISCILLAS MEET FOR GIFT EXCHANGE Mrs. Harold Aitchison entertained Priscilla club members at a 1 o'clock dinner-and exchange of gifts at her home Thursday. Mrs. Aitchison and Mrs. Grace Fiske told Christmas stories and carols were sung during the after- Clear Lake Calendar Friday—U. Y. B. club, Mrs. Dora Hanson home. Basketball, double header at Lake Mills. Past Noble Grands club, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. Eden Farm club, Eden schoolhouse. Saturday—Free picture show at Lake theater, 10 a. m. Thimble Bee club, city hall, evening. Sunday—Vesper service, Congregational church, 4:30 p. m. Lake View club Christmas party, city hall, evening. DRAMA DEPICTS BIRTH OF CHRIST Choir Presents Christmas Story at Methodist Church. CLEAR LAKE—The Christmas story told in song, "The Coming of the Christ," was presented to a large and attentive audience by the Methodist choir at the church Thursday evening. Directed by Harold Payne and with Mrs Harry Mason at the organ, the choir members took the parts of historical figures in Judea and dramatized .the first Christmas most ef- have a gold mine in one of their promotion schemes. They become really rich but the comedy still goes on. PARK THEATER GETS "WEDDING PRESENT" CLEAR LAKE—Paul Gallico's top notch Saturday Evening Post story of the romance of a couple of harum-scarum Chicago newspaper reporters is brought to the screen as a hilarious comedy-romance in "Wedding Present." the Joan Bennett-Gary Grant film film which plays at the Park theatre Sunday and Monday. This attraction spins the tale of two reporters who know all the answers except how badly they want to get married. Together they scoop the noon. Mrs. C. D. Lor'enz was a town ' , and together_ they wise- guest. vice president; Lunn, secretary Mrs. I of Mr. Mak's sister, Mrs. H. H I Christiansen, treasurer.! Crane, North Second street. ! DINNER FEATURED Sat. Jelly roll lOc. cookies lOc ! BY ROYAL CLUB respondent, at a meeting held at j doz. Bush's Pastry. - the home of-. Mrs. William Burkhart. North Fourth street. Mrs. A. Royal club members enjoyed a Mrs. Minnie H. Nelson went to j chicken dinner and Christmas gift Minneapolis Friday to spend the i exchange at the home o£ Mrs. A. Joslyn and Mrs. Jacobson were holidays with her son-in-law and Howard Harding, 315 East State guests. A Christmas party was a I daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. _ . . Semb. Let us roast your feature of the afternoon. Mrs. Olaus Maley entertained Priscilla circle at her rural home. • Miss Alma Tokle was elected • president; Mrs. Chris Ashland. . vice president: Mrs. Edwin Swan•• son, secretary and treasurer, and , Mrs. Carl Ashland, press corre- : , . , ., , , ,, „„ • spondent. A Christmas bazar was i a . ndT f S. mil , y and her mother - Mrs ; held and the lesson was in charge i ' ' trlckso!1 - . '• street, Thursday afternoon. Yuletide decorations were used fowl for '• throughout the home and on the Christmas. Bush's Pastry. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fountain and daughter Marilyn. Des Moines, will spend Christmas with Mrs. ntain ' ^i- Mrs. EH. Crane, of Mrs. Swanson, The next meet- ' R - Wood, chief engineer at . , ing will be at the same place with j tne department of agriculture CCC camp at Missouri Valley, exepcts Mrs. Swanson as hostess. CHURCH TO HOLD SPECIAL SERVICE Christmas Message, Music Are Featured on Program. CLEAR LAKE —,The Rrv. Homer E. Blough announced Ihe program for the 11 o'clock Sun- j day morning services at the Con- I Text, John 8:12. table and the afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. L. O. Kimball will be hostess to the club Jan. 7. a * * ALTRURIAXS HOLD CHRISTMAS TEA Altrurian club met at the home of Mrs. Sydney Thompson, Clara street, Thursday for a Christmas tea. Mrs. W. K. Winnie and Mrs. L. C. Stunkard were the committee in charge. Mrs. R. B. Kennedy i to arrive Thursday. Dec. 24, for a j week with the home folks. North i Third street. ! Wayne Beckett is expected to • arrive from Iowa City where he is j The group sang a number of a student at the University of | Christmas carols and a Christmas Iowa Friday evening* ! tree and exchange of gifts was | I enjoyed. led the lesson in the March of Time and Mrs. Arleigh Eddy told of the work of Iowa composers. Clear Lake Churches ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN Morning worship. II a. m. Music by the junior and senior vested choirs directed by Mrs. James McCormick. Sermon theme: "Christ the Light of the World." gregational church as follou-s: Prelude—"Chimes at Christmas," Greenwald. Introit—"The Lord Is in His Holy Temple," Root. Hymn—"Adeste Fidele*.'' Scripture reading and prayer. Response—"Glory to God in the Highest," Mund. Anthem—"Sing, Oh Heavens," Tours. Announcements. Offertory—"Silent Night." Transcription by Kolhman. Solo—"There Were Shepherds." Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., with classes for all ages. Confirmation class Saturday at 9 a. m. Christmas program by Sunday school next Wednesday evening. Festive service next Friday (Christmas Day) 10:30 a. m.— J. A. Urnes. pastor. METHODIST Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Church service, 11 a. m. Special music by the choir, message by the pastor. No evening service. The mem- John Prindle Scott. Sung by Mrs. ! bers join with the Congregational RURAL W. C. T, U. HOLDS MEETING Members Gather in All Day Session at Wolford Residence. CLEAR LAKE—Cerro Gordo Rural W. C. T. U. met Thursday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Wolford for an all-day meeting and covered dish luncheon. At the business meeting the union voted to send a silver offering to the Benedict home at Des Moines. At this home, which is supported Christmas i entirely by the W. C. T. U. of Iowa, unfortunate girls stay a year and are cared for and taught to the E. C. A. Pease. Sermon—"The Gift and Giver." The Rev. Homer Blough. Hymn — "As With Gladness. Men of Old," Kochcr. Response—"Te Dcum Lsudn- mus." Barnby. Postlude—"Morning Song," Rn„ berts. Mrs. Pease will direct the choir with Mrs. F. E. DeMott as pianist. The church will be decorated in green and white. Congo club members xvill erect a Christmas • tree for the special program Christmas eve. White, who presided at the meeting, Mrs. Robert Hickok was in charge of the program. Mrs. W. N. Hi!) read an article telb'ng whal the Benedict home is not and Mrs. Lawrence Lee read another on Knudson to Attend Session of ^ ^ become useful 2nd upright citi- ohurch at vespers at 4'30 "p m—| 7 - ens " according to Mrs. .lamps Dr. B. W. Riner, pastor. """' ' :J ' J '' "" ' BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Prj.^-ching by the pastor. 10:30 n. m.. followed by Christmas pro- cram. Prayc,- mooting Thursday. 7:30 p. m. Mission society meets at churc-h i what tho ""roc is. Mrs. Hill Sunday evening. 7:30 p. m.—S. M. i lcd devotions and Mrs. Lee in Stenby. pastor. I prayer. Thirty men and women CONGREGATIONAL were present. Church school, 10 a. m. Mrs - ole Stevens, Mrs. Bert Church worship, 11 a. m. Special Prescott, Mrs. Edgar Waggoner, Mrs. White, Mrs. Ralph Bowers, Mrs. Ira Shields, Mrs. H. G. Bruchner, Mrs. George Nelson and Mrs. Summers, Sr,, took part in the Christmas program. Carols music by augmented choir. Christmas message, "The Gift and the Giver," by the pastor. j Annual Christmas vesoer musi- I cale, 4:30 p. m., by the choir. Mrs. i C. A. Pease, director and Mrs F E I WOI< e sung and gifts exchanged. pianist. Miss Dorothy DeBruyn will give an interpretation T • 1 of^the Spirit of Christmas. 1 PCflMatlirPi Congo dub, 6:30. Annual A-cgiwdiuie Christmas SOC i al hour H. M. Knudson, state represen- an d refreshments tative, will leave Sunday for Des , Christmas program, Christmas Moines to attend the special ses- i PV e, Dec. 24 at church —Homer F sion of the Iowa legislature called i Blough. castor. On Jan. 14 a crusade meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Bruchner and later a regular meeting will be announced. Amusements for Monday to take up social security legislation. FREE Show Saturday Mnrnin* *l 10 A. M. LAKE THEATRE Clear Lakt Friday Only •j /• Richard Dix in IOC Transatlantic Tnnnel lOc SATURDAY ONLY Flay Screeno—Poultry as Prizes Double Feature Program "KING OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED" —Also— "FRECKLES" Sunday-Monday Dec. 20-21 Also ^ News—Hollywood Extr» Continuous Sun. Adm. 26c-10c CHURCH OF CHRIST I. O. O. F. halJ—Preaching serv- I ice at 9:30 a. m., by the Rev. David |L. Kratz. Bible school at 10:30 a. : m., Mrs. Amy Walters, superintendent. I CHURCH OF CHRIST j SCIENTIST North East street — Sunday school at 10 a. m. Church service's at 11 o'clock. Wednesday evening services at 8 p. m. ST. PATRICK'S First mass at 8 o'clock. St-cond mass at 10 o'clock. Confessions will be heard Saturday evening at 7:45 o'clock.—E. J. Supple, pastor. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preaching service. 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor, 6:30 D. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening, 7:30. PARK THEATER Tonight And Saturday YOUR LUCKY NIGHT The 4 Marx Bros, in "HORSE FEATHERS." n Paramount rirturr. Extra Added Attraction: Paramount News, "That's Pictures," a Musical Comedy, and Scrappy in Dizzy Ducks. LAKE PRESENTS "COUNTRY GENTLEMEN" CLEAR LAKE—Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson form the dizzy dual comedy pair of this newest Republic picture, "Country Gentle- j men" coming to the Lake tor Sunday and Monday. With them on the screen are Joyce Compton and Lila Lee, both stars in the movie world. Olsen and Johnson, who are villians of the deepest dye, sell wonnless stocks to every one they meet but finally make a mistake and sell some to the district attorney's-wife. As the locality seems likely to be unhealthful for them, they decide to leave town. Gertie, their unpaid ex-secretary, with her dog, '. "Snuffy" goes along and they j' pick up Billy, a child hitch-hiker. The two knaves steal the dog and take Billy along. When Gertie reports t:i police and they overtake the quartet, police assume that Billy Js the dear "Snuffy" wanted and the men are locked up for kidnaoing. Close behind this epi- snd? i? a deal in scllinp phony oil stocks to veterans with bonus checks. An explosion start? oil wh<=re it had never been before and the sneak thieves find they crack through a series of exploits including a night of merriment with a visiting Archduke, saving a gangster from drowning, and a thrilling airplane rescue of the victims of a Great Lakes ship disaster. Once they almost marry, but Grant halts the plans with a prank and Miss Bennett, really hurt, hides her unhappiness. "Wedding Present" is said to be all fun and several yards wide. George Bancroft, Conrad Nagel and Gene Lockhart head the supporting cast. Ronald Rawson as Simeon, a decrepit 'patriarch of Israel, awaited the fulfillment of the ancient prophecies which he studied from a scroll, and despaired of witnessing the happy events. The prophecies were given in a series of anthems by the choir and then Miss Dorothy Kenyon as Rachel, and I her maidens, the Misses Adeline Sutcliffe, Mary Helen Brose and Verna Hammond sang of their faith in the Messiah to come. Birth Announced. Miss Clara Metcalf as the angel, announced the birth of the Saviour in Bethlehem and the shepherds, Wayne Wolford as David and Roy Hoit, Homer Cobb, Willis Miller and Earl Eastman responded. The story of the birth and life of Jesus was told in song, beginning with "Holy Night," and con- tainuing through several familiar hymns. Miss Jessie Sherwood as Mary and Rawlins Perkins as Joseph, formed a tableau at the manger of the Christ Child, while Fred Martin as Zaccharias, Mrs. C. Sitzer as Elizabeth, Miss Amy Steffin as Naomi and Wayne Wolford knelt in adoration. World Remade. The closing scenes and called mankind to a new and better life and described a world remade in the spirit of service. Lighting effects were used to make the scenes more impressive. Dr. B. W, Riner, pastor of the church, gave the invocation and benediction. A free-will offering ( was taken for the benefit of the I choir. MEETING HELD BY DAIRY GROUP Cerro Gordo Cow Testing Association Meets for Program. Approximately 80 persons attended the annual meeting of the Cerro Gordo County Cow Testing association held at the P. G. and E. auditorium Thursday evening. A report of the dairy outlook was presented by County Agent R. T. Nedson of Worth county. Fred Arnold of the Iowa State college extension service gave a talk on the value of continued testing and keeping of dairy records. He also outlined proposed plans for greatly improving the services of testing associations to their members. Annoncements by Acting County . Agent Andrew OJson was followed • School Classes Hold Christmas Party CLEAR LAKE—Beginners and primary classes of the Congregational Sunday school held a party in the social rooms of the church Thursday after school with Mrs. H. E. Blough, primary superintendent, and the teachers in charge. Dick Hughes and Crosby Ingersol acted as junior Santa Claus helpers, games were played, white gifts brought for the tree and light refreshments served, i Candles and Christmas napkin- decorated the tables. by a discussion on the future of ' the North Iowa fair. The following officers and directors were elected: M. L. Sprole, president; Claude Pfow, secretary- treasurer; Ed Norris, test supervisor, and Mr. Sprole, O. A. Jacobson. Northwpod; Elmer Smith, Gilbert Davisson and Charles Edel, directors. Reports were given by the president and. the secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Melvin Johnson was in charge of the dining room and preparations for an oyster stew which was served. Musical numbers were given by Boneta and Mary Jean Olson and the M. A. C. trio, made up of Mildred Johnson, Cleo Minert and Alice Guthrie. Sound pictures featuring "Farm Inconveniences," were presented by the Y. M. C. A. Candelabra Made by High School Classes CLEAR LAKE—Candelabra for the Congregational Christmas vesper services are being made at the high school manual training songs shops. The choir will give the service at the church at 4:30 p. m. Sunday Christmas Candle Pieces FOR THE TA^LE AND THE MANTEL $1.00 ,„ $5.00 JOHNSTON'S WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FRIENDS !0 1st N. W. Phone 223 Stanley Ray Sage Funeral services for Stanley Ray Sage, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sage, 812 Polk avenue southwest, who -died Tuesday following an illness, were held Thursday afternoon at the Patterson funeral home. The .Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ was in charge of services. ; Mrs. Stanley Haynes and Mrs. J, J. Fitzgerald sang "When He Cometh" and "Safe in the Arms of Jesus." They were accompanied by Miss Helen Dunn. • Burial was at Memorial Park cemetery. WITH fire$tone BATTERY AS LOW AS BUDGET PLAN NO MONEY DOWN AUTO SUPPLY & SERVICE STORES 115 E. STATE L/Jten lo ihe Voice n/ Firerfone, MondaY evening*, <Htcr N. O. C.— Red Network using song, Scripture and readings as a medium for presenting "The Message of Christmas." Groups of numbers will be used for place, time, announcement, birthday and co.'onation. The free will offering taken will be used for new music for the choir. Horse Sale — Tues., Dec. 22 1:00 P. M. 75 Work Horses of All Ages. Some Good Colts. I Mr. Jcnks of Mitchell, South Dakota, -mil be here with a load of good work horses. 'Bring in your good local horses. There'll be plenty of buyers. Clear Lake Auction Company PHONES .S&^B CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Announcing 2 GREAT NEW OLDSMOBILES for 1937 and A New Dealer for MASON CITY THE SIX THE EIGHT Two Big New Cars • • • Two Thrilling New Styles NOW ON SPEC I'AL DISPLAY AT ZENOR MOTOR COMPANY 118 South Delaware Ave. Mason City Phone 691 takes pleasure in making an \_/ important twofold announcement—a new Oldsmobile dealer for this community. .. and two great new Oldsmobiles for 1937! Here is a most cordial invitation for you to come in and see the 1937 Oldsmobiles—new- est new cars of them all—each distinctly different from the other—both entirely different from anything else on the road. Get acquainted also with your new Oldsmobile dealer—meet his competent staff—and see what unusual service facilities are at your command for com- plete, able, reasonably priced service on Olds- mobiles and all other makes of cars. Mechanics are factory trained, and work with the latest factory-approved tools. A stock of genuine Oldsmobile parts is always on hand. Before you buy any automobile, you certainly should see and drive the Oldsmobile Six and Eight for 1937! They have everything: Longer Wheelbase, Larger Size, Roomier Bodies, Bigger Engines. Their features include New Unisteel Bodies by Fisher with Turret Top, New Triple Sealed Super - Hydraulic Brakes, Center-Control Steering, New Dual Ride Stabilizers, Proved Knee-Action Wheels and scores of other fine-car features. And they are priced to set the pace in value! THE SIX THE EIGHT *685 • 785 PRICES REDUCED on S/x-Cy/mder*-</oor Srdkn, 4-door Touring Sedan and mil Sight-Cylinder Enclosed Model*, Sixes $685 and up ... Eights t?85 and up, list at Lmnxinf, Specif J Accessory Groups Extra. Pricet *ufc/ect to chaftff* without notice. GENERAL MOTORS INSTALMENT PLAN 1937 OLDSMOBILE 6 BIGGER and FINER and SAFER THAN EVER AND 8

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