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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, December 19, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 19 • 1936 ELEVEN Y, M, SCHEDULE IS ANNOUNCED Many Special Events Are Planned for Boys in Vacation. Vacation special events for the boy's and physical division of the Y. M. C. A. have been announced. The boy's lobby will be open every day from 9 to 11, 1:30 to 5:30 and 7 to 8:30 p. m. Regular gym and swimming schedule will be in force during vacation except Christmas and New Year's day. Handicraft will be taught every day at the Y. M. C. A. from 1 to 4 p. m., except holidays. Boys must sign up for tournament at boys' desk. The holiday schedule is as fol- ] lows: Monday. Dec. 21, 9:00, Lobby open 1:30. lobby ping pong and cue roque tournament; 4:00, special swim for tournament participants; 6:30, regular Pioneer club j meetings; 8:15, Globe-Gazette carriers' Christmas party. . Tuesday, 9, lobby open; 10:15 to 3:30, basketball league for boys. Wednesday, 9, lobby open; guest day; 9, hike to Decker's packing plant; 11:30, special swim for hikers; 1:30 checker tournament for boys; .3:16, big Christmas party for all boys, free movie, "Christine of the Big Top." Thursday, 9, lobby open: 1:30 special winter hike for boys. Brinq own lunches, sleds, skates and skis; 4, swim for hikers: 4, Friendly Indians; Christmas eve, stay home with day and mother. Friday, Merry Christmas. Saturday, 9, lobby open, guest day; 1:30, pool tournament for grade and high school boys; 3:30. open swim for everyone. Sunday, go to church. Monday. Dec. 28, 9, lobby open; 2, hike to the Globe-Gazette; 4. swim for hikers: 6:30, Pioneers with a special popcorn feed; bring a nickel. Tuesday, Dec. 9, lobby open: 10:15 to 3:30, basketball league for I boys. Wednesday, guest day; 9, lobby open; 9. hike to the Mason City Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL/News Editor LEE DEWI.GGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 NUMEROUS AID MEETINGS HELD Methodist, Congregational Women Gather for Programs. CLEAR LAKE—Circle No. 4 of the Methodist aid met at the home | of Mrs. Harry Freeman, South | Second street, Friday, for a one o'clock dessert luncheon with 30 present. Mrs. Peter Knutson, Mrs. Jack Bailey and Mrs. Edna England were others on the commit- A program followed the business meeting. Mrs. Charles Sitzer gave a Christmas reading, Mrs. F. A. Barber told a Christmas story and Mrs. A. H. Runcie sang "Holy Night." Mrs. Runcie, who is president of the general aid, talked to the circle members on plans for Life Is a Joke to Them the year. A gift exchange was held and the Christmas theme carried out in the house decorations. A number of guests were present. Circle No. 2 of the Methodist aid met for a 1:30 o'clock dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. B. B. Bailey, 305 South Second street, Friday afternoon with 14 present. Mrs. Earl Brose and Mrs. Mahlon Hintzman assisted in serving and Mrs. A. H. Runcie, presi- • dent of the general aid, was a I guest. A Christmas tree with ex! change of gifts was a part of the I entertainment, games were played I and prizes awarded. ! Miss Sunne Hein read "Why | Chimes Rang" and Mrs. Ray Rob- j bins led devotions. Mrs. C. F. Crane, 309 North First street, with Mrs. C. R. Wood | as assisting hostess, entertained - . | group No. 5 of the Congregational Brick an tile plants: 11:30, special aid at a 1:30 p. m.. dessert lunch- swim for hikers: 1:30. pool tour- 'eon at her home Wednesday. The naments: 6:15. Y. M. C. A. camp ' " reunion, bring your lunch, bring CLEAR LAKE—The lovable lunatics, Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson, with Joyce Compton and Lila Lcc, will be at the Lake theater Sunday and Monday in a side-splitting comedy, "Country Gentlemen," a Republic picture. They are put in jail for kidnaping when they run off with their secretary's doff, they are blown up with dynamite when they sell phony oil stock to veterans with bonuses, they are knocked silly when a sold mine promotion scheme turns out to be a real honest-to-troodness gold mine. They rob the blind, steal candy from babies and make them like it. And the audience likes it, too. LIONS, RESERVE TEAMS VECTORS Fistler Makes Baskets in Closing Seconds of Both Games. CLEAR LAKE—Both the-Clear Lake Lions and the reserve teams won over their Lake Mills opponents at the doubleheader game there Friday night. The Lions carried the big end of a 23 to 18 score and the reserves the same on an 11 to 10 score. The Lions made a running start in their game and ended the first quarter 7 to 0 and the half 15 to 5. The Bulldogs crept up on them in the third quarter to a 17 to 14 score but the Lions kept well ahead in the final quarter and Fistler made a basket in the last 20 seconds to wind up with a 23 to 18 victory. Lineup Given. The Clear Lake lineup in the first team wafe Coe, Murphy, Jenson, Rutan, Lewis, Mullarky and Fistler, Coe made 2 field goals, Murphy PROGRAMS END STUDENTS'WORK Christmas Plays, Music, Treats Dominate Closing. CLEAR LAKE—School closed in Clear Lake Friday afternoon with programs carried out in every department of both buildings and a general exodus .of personal belongings from the high school in preparation for the opening of school in the new building Jan. 4. New members of the Drama club, "The Golden Masque," were given masks at the program held in the high school auditorium. Tied by Mother CUT CHRISTMAS WEEK ACTIVITIES I Regular Calendar Events Set Aside Pending Holiday. Clear Lake Briefs afternoon was spent working on a quilt for the Welfare committee of a guest, talk over camp memories: I the Civic League to use. Mrs. Al- special camp movies. | len Phillips, St. Louis, Mo., was a Thursday. 9, lobby open; 2:30. i guest. swimming meet, sign up at boys' desk; 4, Friendly Indians. Mrs. Guy K, Larson. 720 West North street, entertained group Friday, 9, lobby open: bring a j No. 4 of the Congregational aid at friend, brother or Dad down to the i a dessert luncheon at her home Y and take them on for a lobby i Friday afternoon with 12 present, game: 3, open swim for everyone, j The time was spent socially and in Saturday. 9, lobby open; ! working on the quilt being made 10:15. basketball league for boys: • for the needy. 1:30. lobby tournaments. LAKE OWESO CLUB PLANS FOR PARTY j Plans for a Christmas party to j be held at the home of Mrs. Ed- I win Ransom Monday evening were made by the Lake township Oweso club at a meeting at the home of Mrs. D\vayne Hollenbeck Friday. TROOP 17 PLANS COURT OF HONOR Special Sunday dinner, Peter's Restaurant, Clear Lake. Make reservation for your Christmas dinner by Wed. night. Serving roast turkey, goose and chicken. E. W. Sanders, San Pedro, Cal., arrived in Clear Lake Friday and will spend a few days visiting friends here. Mr. Sanders, a former resident of Clear Lake and student at the local high school, has been in the U. S. navy for six arrd a half years. Mrs. C. A. Beckner plans to drive to Des Moines Sunday to visit her husband who is ill in Veterans' hospital. first appears. Many of the regular | Mrs. Grace Fiske, Clara street, events are off the calendar but | went Saturday to Des Moines CLEAR LAKE—The social cal- enar is somewhat abbreviated this week but that does not mean that there is nothing doing next week. With all the college folk getting home and a wedding once in a while, life will not be so slow as | Mrs. Larry Fatman and Mrs. Carl NT/"1I A J D J U 1 11 Dyre were guests. The next meet- WllJ Award Badges, Hold in g will be at the home of Mrs. Christmas Party at Special Meet. ng George Long on Jan. 6. MRS. DORA HANSON ENTERTAINS U. Y. B. CLUB CLEAR LAKE—S. P Hansen | Mrs - Dora Hanson was hostess scvoutmaster of Bov Scout troop I to three tables of bnd S. e at the No. 17 announces that the boys i U - Y - B - club meetin S Friday eve- will have a special meeting Mon- I nin ^- A Christmas party with a day night in the form of a Christmas party with eats and a gift exchange combined with a Court of Honor. Life badges will be awarded Jim Newman and Keith Neal while Donald Nesbit is to get a star badge. Bob Musgjerd and tree and gift exchange was a part of the evening's entertainment. Refreshments were served at the close - only to make way for the great holiday and events belonging to it. The Congregational choir will hold vespers at the church at 4:30 Sunday afternoon. The story of the Saviour's birth will be told in song with an interpretation of the Spirit of Christmas by Miss Dorothy DeBruyn as an added feature. Lake View club is holding its Christmas party at the city hnll Sunday evening. Boy Scouts Meet. where she will visit a few weeks at the home of her son, Curtis Fiske. and family. Ned O'Neill, 104 South Oak street, returned home from Park hospital, Mason City, Friday much improved. Milo Knutson arrived Saturday morning from Cedar Rapids for the holidays. Eldon Leins is home also, and so is Clayton Pittman. Miss Maxine Tox is expected from Grinnell Tuesday. ( Miss Margaret Louise Mcrshon, Boy Scouts will hold a special Winnetka, 111., arrived Saturday Jack Kennedy class badges. ° yier get Children Enjoy Free ra ana i pi T-> T i second j 3how, 1 reals at Lake get merit i CLEAR LAKE — A capacity all ages at- Kth w. tended the free show at the Lake Keith Neal Uvo. John S.esseger is ! thcater Saturday morning when h, ( , — badges in three subjects. Max Ax- j crowd of c . hildren of Don * esb ' 1 four and t w in charge of the program and Bob Clausen of the refreshments. Each Syd Levy, in behalf of the management, put on a feature length w , A ».^ nH ~p «i_ i • , . u^ciiicut,, i^ut, uii ct icetiuii; icatuj member of the troop is to brme a | comedy and an "Our Gang" com- 10 cent gift for the exchange. LAKE THEATRE Clear Lake SATURDAY ONLY Play Screcno—Poultry as Prizes Double Feature Program Sunday-Monday. Dec. 20-21 Also News—Hollywood Extra Continuous Sun. Adm. 26c-10c cdy for their enjoyment. Later each child received a treat of candy and nuts "on the house." Several baskets of canned and other foods were donated for the use of the Welfare committee oJ the Civic league to use in Christmas baskets for needy families next week. PARK THEATER Tonight YOUR LUCKY NIGHT The 4 Marx Bros, in "HORSE FEATHERS," a Paramount Picture. Extra Added Attraction: Paramount News, "That's Pictures." a Musical Comedy, and Scrappy in Dizzy Ducks. Clear Lake PHONE ?24 Clear Lake Marshall & Swiff, Inc. Complete Service • QUALITY CLEANING! NEW MODERN LAUNDRY! LATEST STYLES in FUR COATS! • Phone 724 7 Clear Lake For Highest Quality Workmanship 119 North Fourth Street meeting at the schoolhouse Monday evening. A Christmas party and a court of honor are planned. Luther league will meet Monday evening at the Zion Lutheran church. Odd Fellows lodge will be held at I. O. O. F.' hall a_s usual Monday evening, too. Daughters of Union Veterans will meet at the home of Mrs. H. A. Lord, North Fifth street, Monday evening for the election of of- I ficers which was postponed from last time. The Library Reading club is holding a Christmas luncheon at the home of Mrs. W. R. Kime. 509 West Jefferson street, at 1 o'clock Monday afternoon. Mesdames George Ott. O. T. Hansen. Nellie Baldwin, Lee Erickson, J. Z. Stevens and Charles Sitzer are on the committee. Mrs. D. E. Kenyon will conduct the music and Mrs. B, W. Riner will be in charge of the program. A gift exchange is planned. Kebekahs Have Party. On Tuesday the Clear Lake and Grant townships Farm Bureau Home project leaders will meet at the city hall in an all day session for ihe first lesson in nutrition. Tina Hebekah lodge will meet Tuesday evening at I. O. O. F. hall for a Christmas party and gift exchange. Sunshine club will meet for a 1 o'clock luncheon and Christmas party with exchange of gifts at the home of Mrs. Ida Hendricks, South Fourth street, Wednesday. Mrs. John Jorgenson, North Center street, will entertain the Friendship Chain club Wednesday afternoon, A gift exchange is planned. The Zion English Lutheran church will hold its annual Christmas program Wednesday evening at the church. 1 Santa Will Come. Santa Claus will arrive in Clear Lake at 2:30 Thursday afternoon with Christmas treats for all the boys and girls. The drum corps will parade to welcome him. On Christmas day the Zion English Lutheran church will hold a festive service at 10:30 'a. m. Congregational Sunday school classes will have a program, tree and treats at the church Thursday evening. morning to spend the Christmas holidas's with her aunt, Mrs. Edward Huntting, 512 North Fifth street. Miss Mary Anna Frost lias arrived from Ames where she is a junior in Iowa State college and is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Frost, 202 North Fourth street. Miss Lucille Winnie came from Cedar Falls and John Ross from Iowa City Friday to spend the holidays at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Winnie. 409 Henry street. Donald came Saturday from Mt. Vernon where he is a student at Cornell college. Miss Winifred Sandry arrived from Iowa City Friday to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sandry, during the holiday vacation. Miss Eloise will come from Grinnell next Tuesday to spend her vacation here also. Mrs. L. S. Dorchester left by auto Saturday noon for Eustis, Fla., where she will spend the winter months. She expects to make several Visits enroute. ' two and three free throws, Jenson four field goals, Lewis one and Fistler one. Lake Mills men were Peterson, Borman, Breclson, N o o 1 e r y, Schmidthudge and Bracky. Peterson was good for one field goal, Borman two, Bredson one, Noolery one, and Schmidthudge two. Borman made one free throw and Bredson three. Out on Fouls. Lewis, on the Lions' team, went out on fouls and was replaced by Fistler. In the reserves game Fistler, Phillippe, Coyier, Bacon and Cornstock started out with Mullarky, Brager and Palmeter used as substitutes. The score was 4 to 2 at the first quarter, 7 to 6 at the half, 9 to 9 at the third quarter and then was 9 to 10 for Lake Mills for a few minutes until Fistler put over a field goal in the last 20 seconds of the game to make a winning score for Clear Lake of 11 to .10. Fistler made two field goals, Phillippe one, Comstock one and Palmeter one with Mullarky making a free throw for the odd point. Referees Named. For Lake Mills the lineup was Bradley, Counsuett, Hancell, Waggoner, Groll and Hoe, Brachey made three afield goals, and two free throws "and Consuett and Grull each a free throw to count up 10 points. According to Coach Chris Johnston, Clear Lake first team played Those so honored were June Swanson, Jim King, Gretta McNish, Mervin Peterson and Betty Treioar. The club also presented a play, "The Tree," on the program. Bill Kennedy? Sunne Hein, Margery Jacobson, Ben Giles, Kathryn Wood, Bob Walker, Bill Nichols and Kathleen Newman were in the cast. Orchestra Plays. Margaret Hughes was stagi manager, with Allen Steil, Dori; Jensen and Klare McCormick a: assistants. Daphne Carr was responsible for the programs. The high :;chool orchestra with John Kopecky as director gave ,a number of selections and the high school glee club, directed by Miss Clara Metcalf, sang Christmas carols. The junior high school students presented "A Wooden Shoe Christmas" in the school gymnasium as their contribution to the seasonal celebration. Bob Porter, Barbara McCoy, Charles Barlow Dorothy Compton, Patrick Furleigh, Ruth Jensen, Virginia Dehr, Mildred Bieber and Vaughn Mathers were members of a family in Holland. Grades Entertain. Bette Sears, Helen Ann Hanson, Lana Ann Giles, June Harding and Genevieve Brose were foreigners visiting their Dutch cousins and Julia Ann Hofer, Bob Musgjerd, Conrad Kolls and Kenneth Mick had other parts. Choruses of boy and girl skaters completed the cast. The first three grades in the main building each furnished a number on a joint program in the second grade room. The fourth grade gave a niarionet show for other grades Thursday afternoon. In each room a Christmas tree and gift exchange was held and treats enjoyed. In the Lincoln building the children on each floor got together to sing Christmas carols and each room had a program a nice passing game. The game was attended by two carloads of Clear Lakers outside the teams. Bobson and Gordon were referees for the reserve teams and Tweet of Manly for the big game. I went to Sioux City and Miss Dora Nykvist to Cedar Falls, while Miss Angeline Roorda's people came to take her to her home in Pella Saturday. May Take Trip. Miss Jessie Sherwood went home to Kjngsley, Miss Ruth Skrable to Elberon, Miss Aileen Witmer to Collins and Miss Grace Fleming to Waterloo. Miss Elma Brose may take a trip after she gets rested up. Miss Alma Kroll went to her home in Aurelia, Miss Amy Steffen to Waukon and Miss Dorothy Howe to Spencer. Miss Mayme Christ went to Cresco for a while, Miss Dorothea Woodrow to Altoona to visit her parents and her sister and get acquainted with a new nephew, Miss Fae Francis to Cedar Rapids to visit a sister and Miss Grace Anderson to Osseo, Minn., to visit for a week and then to Graettinger the rest of the time. Mrs. Mabel Newcomer plans to spend her vacation with her daughter, Mrs. Jack Rogers in Chicago and Miss Bernice Tutton in Pontiac, Mich., with a school friend. Will Visit Aunt. Miss Dojothy Hanlon went to her home at Terrill, Miss Edna Johnson to Marathon, Miss Audrey Anderson to Alta, Miss Irene Crist to Shenandoah and JMiss Dorothy Hardin to Thompson to visit' her aunt. Miss Genevieve Milburn went to Stratford and Miss Florence Walberg to St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Hintzman will remain in Clear Lake and John Kopecky at his home in Mason City. Found tied with rope by a leg- to a chair in his home at Wellston, Ohio, Billy Boyce, 6 year old son of Mrs. John McManis, was ordered placed in a private home. Police arrested his mother on charges of torturing the boy. She was fined S100 and costs. Unable to pay. she was lodged in jail. The boy is paralyzed in his rwht arm and Ics. Denison Mayor Named. DENISON, OT—The Denison city council appointed Hugo Gebert, republican councilman at arge, to succeed Alfred E. Wright as Denison mayor. Wright reigned to become deputy Craword county auditor. Paul Stafford was named coun- ilman to succeed Gebert. and Christmas tree; with gifts and treats. Teachers Depart. Many of the teachers departed 'or homes or other points Friday evening. Superintendent and Mrs. C. A. Pease are undecided as to yhat they will do during vaca- ion but expect to be in Clear Lake most of the time. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cone ex- uect to visit the parental homes in Trent and Dell Rapids, S. Dak., while Mr. and Mrs. Dale Harmon vill be here most of the time. Chris Johnston will spend most if the two weeks with the bas- cetball team here but will take a ouple of days off to attend the caching school in .Oes Moines Dec. 28 and 29. Mrs. Johnston and Chris, Jr.. will go to Cedar Rap- ds for part of the vacation. Miss Catharyne Chambers is al- eady at her, home in West Union nd Miss Irma Golberg'.s plans are ndefinite but she will go to St. Ansgar first. Miss Clara Metcalf Three tilings that make a mere mortal perfect in your sight are gnorance, motherhood and politics.—Lincoln Star. Diamonds ASK RAY SENEY GIVE CHEESE FOR CHRISTMAS 50 KINDS Oft CHttSt 24 «MT MAJOH CITY WMiaee^ Clear Lake Calendar Sunday—Vespers at Congregational church, 4:30 p. in, —Lake View club party, city hall. Monday—Boy Scouts, schoolhouse. —Odd Fellows lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m, —D. U. V., Mrs. H. A. Lord, North Fifth street, 8 p. m. —Library Reading club, Mrs. W. R. Kime, 509 West Jefferson street. —Luther League, Zion Lutheran church. Tuesday—Tina Rcbekah lodge, I. Useful . . . Attractive UNIVERSAL Gas Range A Gleaming New WESTINCHOUSE Rotarians Hear Riner at Noonday Luncheon CLEAR LAKE—The Rev. B. W. Riner of the Methodist church spoke to Rotarians at their luncheon Thursday on the things Clear Lake should strive for and the dependence of the community upon .local persons. C. B. Sherman, Mason City, was a visiting Rotarian, and Earl Noll, manager of the Clear Lake Sand and Gravel company, was also a guest. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. —Clear Lake-Grant township Farm Bureau project Waders, city hall, all day. Wednesday—Sunshine club. Mrs. Ida Hendricks, South Fourth I street, 1 p. m. j —Friendship Chain club. Mrs. j John Jorgenson, North Center i street. i —Christmas program, Zion Eng- | lish Lutheran church, evening. I —Lions club, Legion clubrooms, 12:15 p. m. .. | Thursday — Santa Claus visits Clear Lake, 2:30 p. m. —Christmas program, Congregational church, evening. —Rotary club, I. O. O. F. hall, 12:15 p. m. Friday—Festive service, Zion English Lutheran church, 10:30 a. m. I ELECTRIC I REFRIGERATOR Special Sale Floor Samples 5% Petition of Railroads to Extend Freight Surcharges Denied WASHINGTON, (ff) — The interstate commerce commission Saturday refused the petition of class one railroads to extend beyond Dec. 31 emergency freight surcharges which expire on that date. Want to make the "Little Lady'.' really happy this Christmas? Then surprise her Christmas morning with a beautiful, new Universal Gas Range. Every worthwhile feature of quality construction and time and labor saving devices is included in the Universal . . . see them in our showroom. Trade In Your Old Stove ^ Be a real Santa this year Dad, and present the fam- ^ ily with a W'estinghouse Dual-Automatic Refriger- ^ ator . . . it's the gift that keeps on giving the whole j£? year 'round, and you need it during the winter ^ months the same as in summer. There's a size and ^ price for every family need. 1 Trade In Your Old Ice Box Small Down Payment—Easy Monthly Terms 36 I 36 We'll Make Delivery Christmas Eve If You Wish Op«n Evenings Van Hess Cu Open Evenings

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