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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1936
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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 22 M 1936 SCOUTS HOLD HONOR COURT Program Given at Forest City; Includes Music Numbers. FOREST CITY—An interesting program of the troop, presented trie life badges to Harry Halvorson,' Robert Johnston and Milo Lundbefg. The court of honor was convened to present four eagle badges to member? of the troop but as one of the scouts to have received the honor was in the hospital with pneumonia the other three volun- i leered to \v;iit until he recovered. I The three who volunteered to wait | are Warren Brookcr. Elvin ! Thompson and Donald Anderson. ! John Roaison who is in the hospi- | was given in con- | tal was reported to be on the road j 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 meriting as they sought to pass legislation to save the state SU ; 000,000. L'ut the group was made up of school boys making an inspection tovx of the state house. They didn't stay long in either house, and whx-n they left the galleries were virtually deserted. nection with a troop court oi I to reco\ cry. honor of troop 18, Forest City.' Monday evening In the courthouse. Oscar Navum served as chairman ol the meeting that was attended by more lhan 75 persons. Several numbers by members of the high school music department, under the direction of Miss Here and There Several Arc Entertained. S WALED ALE—Mr. and Mrs. CLUB MEMBERS HOLD LUNCHEON Hear Mrs. B. W. Riner Tell of Leading American Divines. Waiting for a Spring Thaw These numbers included a cornet duet by Robert Peterson and Richard' Rasmusson; quartet numbers by Roger Peterson. Warren Brooker. Richard Stnats and 'Lyle Gangsi: trombone solo by Robert Rasmusson and saxophone solo by Eivm Thompson. All of the boys who took part in the program arc members of the troop. Miss Ruth Rasmusson and Miss Lorraine Fox played the accompaniments. The Rev. ,C. H. Scward. pastor ot the Methodist church, gave the address of the evening on "Scout- in,'; the Foundation of Citizenship." Merit Badges Given. Jo Boman, district commissioner of the northwest district, made the presentation of the merit badges to Harry Hnlvorsen. pathfinriing: Marvin Rye. personal health; Kenneth Hanna. cooking, camping, civics, bird study, pioneering and life saving: Miio Lundoerg, horsemanship, fireman- ship, painting and handicraft: Robert Webb, public health, safely, physical development, first aid and pathfmding. Star badges were presented to Truman Brown. Iven Norstrud, Arthur Totten and Richard Rasmusson by Elmer Lundbeis. assistant 'coutmaster of the troop. One Is in Hospital. Robert Osmundson. eagle scout I Charles City. Mrs. Edna England, ! Mr. and Mrs. John England of! CLEAR LAKE—Mrs. W. R. Clear Lake visited at the home j Kime, 509 West Jefferson street, of Mr. and Mrs. William England, was hostess to the Library Read- Taken to Hospital. LIME SPRINGS—Sam Roberts ing club at a 1 o'clock luncheon Monday. Mrs. George Ott, Mrs. O. was taken to the St. Francis hos- T. Hansen. Mrs. Nellie Baldwin, pital in Waterloo Sunday night, j Mrs. Lee Erickson, Mrs. Grace Mr. Roberts has been ill for the I Stevens nnd Mrs. Charles Sitzer pas: seven week? and his friends were^the committee on arrange- hopc for a speedy recovery. I ments. Mrs. B. W. Rincr talked on Taken to DCS Moines. ! the leading figures in American LAKOTA—Ed Ramstock, who ' pulpits, giving names of outstand- recently fractured his hip and was \ ing divines in different dcnomina- tnkcn "tc the hospital at Buffalo i lions and Mrs. D. £. Kenyon led Center, was taken on Sunday to | the club in singing Christmas ihc Veterans hospital at DCS S carols. Roll call response was "My Moines. i Most Treasured Christmas." Table Home From Creiffhton. 'decorations were red tapers and DOUGHERTY — Leo M u 1 1 c n | evergreen sprays and this color who is attending Creighton uni- | scheme was also curried out in the varsity of Omaha came Saturday the to spend Christmas at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullen! Arrive From Gar\vin. CALMAR—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shipton dav to . CLEAR LAKE—"When is a wrecker not a wrecker?' question propounded by the owners of the vehicle shown above. And the answer might appropriately be "when it is frozen into Clear Lake. 1 ' The machine, now the property of Tom Richey, junk dealer residing on South Fourth street, originally belonged to the L. D. Roderick Auto company of Ventura. 1 When a boat in the lake froze up full of ice they sent their mechanic, George Wilson, and Robert Thompson with the wrecker (o haul it home over the ice of the lake. All went well till about j Lois Ann Olson. ZION LUTHERANS PLAN PROGRAM Sunday School Classes to Give Yuletide Songs, Readings. CLEAR LAKE— The Zion Lutheran Sunday school will hold a program at the church Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock opening with a prelude, "Christmas Carols'' followed by the processional, "Now Sing We, Now Rejoice" sung by the school. Six pupils will read scripture from Matthew, Luke and Isaiah and the Rev. J. A. Urness will offer prayer. The audience will join the school in singing "Come Hither, Ye Faithful," and nine girls will give an exercise "Come to the | Lowly Manger" with a solo by luncheon menu. A gift exchange was a feature of the afternoon. Mrs. Mary Bowman was present for the first time since her accident. « LAKE VIEW CLUB of Gai-win arrived Salur-i HAS CHRISTMAS PARTY A Christmas tree with presents for the children and treats for everyone was a feature of the Christmas party of the Lake View club Monday night at the city hall. Each family invited another tarn- | ily to the party and the present gave a program of read- pend Christmas v.iih Mrs.! s parents. Mr. and Mrs. i ; Eci Peterson. I I Teachers Will Leave. ! ; SVYALEDALE — The p u b ! i c j | <chool will be dismissed Weclnes- j day for a vacation until Jan. 4. 1 The leadiers go to their respective homes Thursday. halfway to Ventura the ice broke and let the wrecker down into the water. Not being able to extricate it that night, the men went home and returned next morning to find that the cold wave which struck Iowa during the night had frozen the wrecker in for keeps. The hoist having been removed, the remainder was sold to Mr. Kichcy. Shown in the picture arc Lee DeWiggins, W. M. Eiler and C. Scverson trying to figure some way to get the auto out. Back of Mr, Sevcrson the boat which precipitated all the trouble may be seen. (Lock Photo, Kayenay Engraving) Clear Lake Briefs Watches ASK RAY SENEY Home for Holidays. BRADFORD—The Mis-fpi Elix- abcth and Barbara Hamilton, students of Stephens college. Columbia, and brother. Howard Hamfl- ton. county agent of Albia, have come home to spend the holidays with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. | Luscomb. low A. T. Hamilton. Visitors From Ransom. and seasonal music for the entertainment of their elders. In the pinochle game, Mrs. .1. J. Julsen was high for women, Mrs. Elmer Luscomb second high and Wilma Treloar low, John Perkins won the high score prize for men. C. N. Prestholt second and Elmer Order now for Christmas Cranberry ice. Perkins Dairy. Ph. 5. The Misses Marianne Minkler, Ann Small and Margaret Sheedy, Mason City, are guests of Mrs. Lu- Ur. B. W. Kiner MYRTLE MILLER WEDS G, LOWE ceal Tyler at the W. R. Hill home, | 201 North Third street, Tuesday' and Wednesday. Perkins dairy will be open till noon Christmas day. Miss Johann Stephenson, Mai son City, is a Williams won first and Mrs. How- DOUGHERTY Mr. and T.Irs. ] ard Cash low for women and An- LAKE THEATRE Clear Lake Tuesday Only JESSIE MATTHEWS in "IT'S LOVE AGAIN" Special Matinee 2:30 Wednesday - Thursday "MAGNIFICENT BRUTE" vith VICTOR MacLAGLEN A'-'ihur F.van and son, Lester, Miss Ella Ryan and Mrs. McCabc of Ransom. II!.. came Saturday to spend the week fit Hie William Reid and T. C. Ryan homes. ! Leave for San Diego. i GENEVA—Mr. and Mrs. E. A. | Page lelt Saturday night for Son , Dugo. Ca!.. "o spend a month j with Mrs. Page's .--or., Russell j Miller rind family, ?nd her tiaugh- j ter. Louise. i ton Larson high and George Prestholt low for men. A midnight supper was served ihc 60 persons present. Tircstone TRIP ^m A i the game of 500 Mrs. J. C. j aide A 'n'dcrson. 405 North Third street. Sure we'll have your cleaning ready lor Christmas. Send it now to Nca! The Cleaner. Phone 312. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Anderson spent Friday in Des Moines where they saw Jane Cowl in "First Lady." Send your dry cleaning now. We'll have it ready for Christmas. N»al The Cleaner. .Phone 312. Mrs. W. H. Hollistcr and son, Welcome, 412U West Benton street, will be guests Christmas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arieiqh Marshall, Mason City. Rol'lins hose, S2.37 to $3.25 per bo". Nichols Shop. Miss Jean Sicsseger arrived Friday from Cedar Falls where she is a student and will be at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. & fc- OIL CHANGE "CHASSIS LUBRICATION 1 2 3 5 6 Complete Firestone Specialized Chassis Lubrication. Crankcase drained and refilled with 5 quarts Firestone Penn Sentinel Oil—100% Pure Penn. Adjust Brakes on Firestone namic Brake Machine. Check ond Inflate Tires. Test Battery with Hydrometer ond refill if needed. Test Anti-Freeze. 115 E. Srare Mason City, Iowa Complete Brake Adjustment A D, U, V.'S CHOOSE NEW OFFICERS | Will Hold Installation at i Library Club rooms in '. January. | CLEAR LAKE—Officers for I the ensuing year chosen by ! Daughters of Union Veterans at a j meeting at the home of Mrs, H. i A. Lord Monday evening are: Mrs. A. R. Cain, president; Mrs. A. M. Olinger, junior vice president; Mrs. Sever Nelson, chap| lain; Mrs. H. A. Lord, treasurer; | Mrs. P. D. Leith, council member I No. 1: Mrs. E. W. Winnie, counci! j member No. 2; Mrs. Ned Bluck| more, council member No. 3: Mrs. , J. F. Charlesworth. patriotic instructor. Mrs. S. S. Hudson was appointed secretary and Mrs. . Willis Miller, musician. Other of- I ficers will be selected or' ap- ] pointed at a later meeting. In- istallation will be held Jan. 4 at ! the library clubrooms. ':'• '} K iREBEKAH CIRCLE ENTERTAINS FAMILIES Rebekah social circle entertained members of their families at a picnic supper and social evening at I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening. A program of readings, songs, and instrumental music was given by the children, there was a Christmas tree and gift exchange for the children, a treat of candy and nuts for e<ich child and apples for everyone. Ceremony on Parents' Anniversary. CLEAR LAKE—Miss Myrtle E. Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Royal Miller, became the bride of Charles P. Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowe, 307 Twenty- fourth street northwest, Mason at the a half City. Monday evening Miller home, four and miles southeast of Clear Lake. Dr. B. W. Riner, pastor of the local Methodist church officiated, using the single ring ceremony. The wedding was on the same day of the month and at the same hour of the day as that of the bride's parents, 4~4 years ago. Bride Wore Green. Miss Elsie Miller, sister of the bride, and Harley Lowe, brother of the bridegroom, attended the couple. Miss Lena Pals, Meservey, played Lohengrerrs - wedding march as members of the wedding party took their places before a beautifully decorated Christmas tree. The bride wore a jade green 1 Will Give Duet. "Star of the East" will be read by Mildred Knutson and played as a cornet duet by Wayne and Kenneth Knutson. "Gifts to Jesus," an exercise by 14 boys, will be followed by the song, "How Glad I Am Each Christmas Eve" sung by the school. Primary children will give an exercise, "The Old Christmas Story," and sing "Away in a Manger." Myrna Jean Mijer will ! recite "Folks as Small as I Am" I and Laura Villadsen will sing <s solo. Norma Lou Huntley will recite "My Little Piece" and Lois Ann Hien and Juliette Johnson will sing a duet. Plays Clarinet. Donna Musgjerd will recite i "What Can I Give?" and Adelaide | Anderson will play "Adiles to the ] Piano" as a solo number. Allen j Wind and Eugene Christenson will recite "Come Back to Bethlehem" and Roger Erickson will play a clarinet solo, "A King Is Born." Lawrence Brown will recite "Jesus Is Born" after which the Rev. Mr. Urness will speak and an offering will be taken. The Sunday school and audience will join in singing "Silent Night. Holy Night" as the closing number. Frank Siesseger. North Elm j ]ace dress and a corsa g e o f talis- street, until Jan. 3. Listen to ihe. 1'oicf of Fircttonc every Monday night Lions Club Will Hold Turkey Dinner; Party CLEAR LAKE—The Lions club will have a Christmas party and turkey dinner at the regular meeting to be held at the Legion clubrooms Wednesday at 12:15 p. m., i to spend the holidays with her according to an announcement by •[parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Pat- TT rn n 1.- I*.' rii T tcrsn nr-OCiHi^nl "^^«».,-«« -i t-i/-! /\i hoi* i-rtl i ri u/nr onH Clearance of hats, 50c and SI. Nichols Shop. Harold Charlesworth, sophomore at Carleton college. Northfield. Minn., came Friday to visit his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Charlesworth, East Main street, until Jan. 4. Rollins silk hose, 79c to SL15 pr. Nichols Shop. Keith Crawford, senior in industrial science at Iowa State college, Ames, came Friday to spend two weeks at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W, Crawford, 209',2 North Fourth street. Make reservations for your Christmas dinner by Wed. eve. Roast turkey, goose and chicken. Peter's Restaurant, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heffner, Fort Dodge, will arrive Christmas day to visit Mr. Heffner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Heffner, 604 South Second street, over the week-end. They will also come for New Year's day and the week-end. Miss Gladys Lomen, student at Waldorf college, Forest City, came Saturday to spenc? until Jan. 5 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. • Lomen, North Fourth street. Miss Lomen is assistant band director at the college and is also employed as a reporter for the Winnebago Republican at Forest City. Miss Eva Belle Patterson is home from Sheffield, where she is teaching her third successive year,' man roses while her sister wore a wine-colored lace dress and also wore a corsage of roses. To Live in Waterloo. Mr. Lowe is employed by the Rath Packing company of Waterloo and the young people will make their home there after the spring school vacation. Mrs. Lowe is a teacher in the schools of Cerro Gordo county. Valentine Homesick? MEMORY — Senator Howard Baldwin (D) of Cascade, recalled for senators Tuesday a memory of past sessions: As noon came on, Baldwin rose and .;aid: "1 would like to yield to the senator from Mahaska for the usual, motion." . Senators knew he referred to the kite Senator L. T. Shangle (D) of Oskaloosa. who in past sessions always said at the end of sessions: "I make the usual motion." And that was to recess. BODY THAT OF INSANE WOMAN Nude Woman Found Dead in Gas Filled Kitchen of Deserted Club. BALTIMORE, (IP)— The head of a mental disease hospital identified a nude woman found dead in the gas filled kitchen of a desert- At State Legislature. MANLY — Lewis Blattspeiler, state representative from Worth county, is in Des Moines attending the special session of the Iowa legislature called Monday to enact unemployment legislation to comply wrdi the federal social security lav. hospital. Dr. Silas W. Weltmer said the dead woman was Mrs. Edith B. Gaither, 33, who disappeared from the Spring Grove hospital. The hospital is a short distance- from the Rolling Road Golf club, closed for the winter two months ago, where the woman was found. Police said they presumed the woman had been hiding in the club house since her escape last Thursday. Dr. J. G. Howell of Catonsville. said death resulted from gas flowing from 14 jets of a big double range in the club kitchen. He estimated she had been dead about 12 hours. Home From Iowa City. CALMAR—Miss Olga DaJen ar- j Home From I. S. T. C. S WALED ALE—Ruth Eddy, stu- rived hc-me from Iowa City where | dent at I. S. T. C., Cedar Fslis, ' returned to her home for the two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Eddy. she attends the university for a visit with her mother, Mrs, Elmo Dalen, and family. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HOMESICK—John Valentine of Centerville, lieutenant governor- elect, who was a state senator last session and the democratic administration whip, wandered about the senate floor Tuesday chatting with his former colleagues. Valentine resigned as state senator to be appointed state tax board chairman and then resigned that post to be elected lieutenant governor. "Darned if 'Brick' doesn't look homesick," said* one senator, as he watched 'Valentine move about the senate. Miss Following the wedding Laura King, Mis Pals and Ruby Thomas, Mason City, served a luncheon to the guests. COMMITTEE'S VOICE — State Senator Garritt Roelofs, who as Miss | chairman of the social security """" committee of 35 helped draft the Orren Porters Attend Letter Carriers' Meet Frank Knutson. presiden EVIA Gracery and Neat Market Phone 581 We Deliver 508 6th St. S. W. TURKEYS .... lb.22c Geese, Ib. 14c; Ducks, Ib. 17c CHICKENS, MILK FED Butter, pound .................. 36c ] 5c D C 1 O L Quarts Picnics Per WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS Blough Children Plan Own Christmas Exhibit CLEAR LAKE—Deloyce. Donovan and Duane Blough, children of the Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Blough, have set up their own Christmas exhibit on a table in the living room of the parsonage. It consists of a Christmas tree, electric i train and farm and country scenes which they have been collecting for the past two years. Pioneer Class Has Holiday Social Meet CLEAR LAKE—The Pioneers, a boys' class of the Congregational Sunday school taught by the Rev. H. E. Blough, met Monday evening at the Frank Underkofler home, 321 South street, for a holiday party. Games testing physical and mental skill were played and • a gift exchange held. The boys served their own refreshments. Guests From Elma. DOUGHERTY—Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Beecher and family of Elma spent Sunday at (he J. J. Beecher and T. C. Ryan homes. terson, and other relatives and Criends. F. II. Hollister, Milwaukee, will arrive Friday morning to spend a week with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Lindon, Lincoln, Nebr., came Tuesday to spend a few days in Clear Lake on business and in visiting. They are guests of Mr. Linden's sister, Mrs. Dellah Murphy, West Jefferson street. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanna, Chicago, accompanied by Mrs. Hanna's sister. Miss Jessie Hepburn, visited Mr. Hanna's mother, Mrs, Anna Hanna, 601 North East street, Monday. They were enroute to California for a visit. Mr. Hanna is employed by the Swift company as a chemical salesman. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday—Tina Rebekah lodge, I. 0. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. Wednesday—Sunshine club, Mrs. Ida Hendricks, South Fourth street. Friendship Chain club, Mrs. John Jorgenson, North Center street, Christmas program, Zion Lutheran church, 7:30 p. m. Lions club, Legion clubrooms, 12:1-5 p. m. Porter attended the annual Christmas gathering of the Rural Letter Carriers association and Auxiliaries of Cerro Gordo and Worth counties at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Martin Thompson, Mason City, Saturday evening. A Christmas program, picnic supper and exchange of 10 cent gifts filled the evening. Slight Hope Held . for Mishap Victim WATERLOO, (/P)—Slight hope of recovery was held here Tuesday for Eutona Blayney, 25, Cedar Rapids girl whose neck wa.s broken in a Sunday night automobile crash near Waterloo. Her sister, June, 19, left the hospital yesterday and Jack King, 18, who suffered a fractured spinal vertebra, is recovering satisfactorily. state unemployment insurance act, bore the brunt of explaining the measure to senators. . But he finally called upon Harold Gross of the general counsel's office of the federal social security board, to help him. "Some of this is very technical," lie explained. ONE MAN'S VIEW—As Gross answered o_uestions and. explained the bill, one republican senator commented: "He's got a new deal voice, hasn't he, broad ; as' and broad 'rs'. Bet he's been listening to the president.'' INTEREST—Both the house and senate had two score listeners this Park Theater Tonite WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY A DOUBLE FEATURE No. 1. "Little Miss Marker" with Shirley Temple and Adolph Menjou. No. 2. "1 Stand Condemned." a United Artists Picture. Admission lOc and 16c. ; Clear Lake PRONE 724 Clear Lake Marshall & Swift, Inc. Complete Service • QUALITY CLEANING! NEW MODERN LAUNDRY! LATEST STYLES in FUR COATS! • Phone 724, Clear Lake For Highest Quality Workmanship 119 North Fourth Street Swit- LIVESTOCK SALE! Sales Pavilion—Highways 18 and 69 Garner, Iowa—Begins Promptly at 12:00 Noon Thursday, December 24 350 — CATTLE — 350 Tke following lots of cattle have been listed early for this sale: 2:2 Hereford Heifers, weigh 500 Ibs., (choice quality} J5 Hereford Steer Calves, weigh 400 Ibs., (choice quality) .1.5 Hereford Heifer Calves, weigh 400 Ibs., (choice quality) 20 Shorthorn Steers, weigh 650 to 750 Ibs. 15 Shorthorn Heifers, weigh 600 to 650 Ibs. A liberal run of springers, milk cows, breeding bulls, calves, butcher stuff and native stockers and feeders (both steers and heifers) is expected this Thursday. 25 — HORSES — 25 Consigned to this sale are 25 good market horses ranging in ige from 3 years to smooth mouths. There will be some good young mares and geldings with plenty of shape and color. REMEMBER: SPECIAL HORSE SALE SAT., .TAN. 9th, 1937 150 good, work horses and colts will be offered at this time. Flan to be here as a buyer or seller. 250 — HOGS — 250 Listed for this sale we have 150 feeding pigs (long time vaccinated) weighing from 50 Ibs. to 140 Ibs., consigned by one man. Another consignment includes 10 pure bred Poland China boars. There will be a number of boars of different breeds offered (seme very good individuals among them). Also several small lots of pigs. 50 — SHEEP — 50 Usual run of breeding ewes, fat Iambs and bucks. Bring in those sheep as we have the buyers for them. 500 — White Oak Posts — 500 NOTICE: Wt wish to remind you that our sales are starting earlier than formerjy. Selling starts promptly at 12 noon. Due to the large crowds attending these sales, we have been forced to remodel our sales pavilion. Every seat has been taken out and arranged in a semicircle. This has been done to seat the crowd closer to the ring, and at the same time to clear the ring of buyers. This has been done at a large cxpeuse, for your convenience. So come over and see these improvements. SALES HELD EVERY THURSDAY GARNER SALES CO., Inc. ED C. BUNTENBACH, Owner GARNER, IOWA, PHONES 37 or 114 or Klemme, Iowa, Ph. 73 U, CHUCKLE" CONTEST FOURTH WEEK'S CONTEST STARTED FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18 36 Cecil Theater tickets will be awarded to the winners of the Fourth Week's contest. "Chuckle" contest continues 1 more week. It is being held in conjunction with the Globe-Gazette's Christmas Gift Guide appearing on the Want Ad page. HERE ARE TBli RULES: Look over the Christmas Gift Guide ads and select one line just as it appeal's from 3, 4 or 5 separate ads. Then combine the lines you select into one humorous paragraph, like the Sample Chuckle given here: Everyone likes cosmetics, give Christmas Trees—Christmas Why not a new 1937 Speed Model Complete with bulbs at $6.95 Just \vriie your "Chuckle" on a piece of paper—then cut out the complete Christmas Gilt Guide ads from which you select lines to compose your "ChucWe," and paste or pin them to the same sheet of paper. Then take a pen or penci] and circltf the line used from each ad Also date the sheet ol paper, on which you pi-epare your ''Chuckle" the same as the date on the Globe-Gazette from which you clip the ads. Be sure that your complete "Chuckle" is from the Gitt Guide ads appealing in a single issue of the Globe- Gazette Vou may send in a new "Chuckle" every day. bat only one "Chuckle" is to bo prepared from any one issue of the Globe-Gazette. Each of the IS contestants who prepare the most humorous and best arranged "Chuckles," and have them at the Globe-Gazette office by 6 o'clock p. m. Thursday. December 24, 1936, will be awarded one pair of Cecil Theater guest tickets. Mail or hi-ing your "Chuckle" to the Globe-Gazette. Address them to "Chuckle Centre.* Editor," care of the Want Ad department. Globe- Gazette. Mason City. Jovva. The tion fourth week's winner will be announced on thi* page in the Home Edion Monday. December 28. and in the City and Sunrise editions on Tuesday. December 29. Everyone is eligible to participate in the contest, except Globe-Gazette employes and their families. The decision of the judges wHJ be final. In case of ties, duplicate awards will be given. PLAITING AT THE NEW CECIL, "LET'S MAKE A MILLION" with Edward Everett Horton tnd Charlotte Wynters

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