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FEBRUARY 12 1934 .MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN" Clear Lake GIobe^Gazette HELEN HENDR1CKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W Three Lake Women Are Hostesses at Bridge Luncheon CLEA.R LAKE, Feb. 12.--Mrs. F. fc;. JDeMott, Mrs. Gladys Yelland and Mrs. C. A. Pease were co-hostesses rit a bridge luncheon at the Clear Lake Country club Saturday. Covers were laid for 64 at the luncheon whi~h carried out the Valentine theme. Red carnations and streamers bearing red hearts, and red candles furnished the festive note. Mrs. George Streetei' received tha prize for high score in bridge, and Mrs. J. B. Patterson the second. No. 239 PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS | ; 5ak|atIioHc Ladles' Aid card benefit, ^enVch, Tues. night. Adm. ,loc. :'}, w. and Mrs. J. H. Cowan, Kugle Â·I 1e, were guests Sunday at the fneHijJ of Mr. and Mrs. George V!. ;' Xier, South Second street. Mr. Â·i -Zwan is agent of the Northwestern / Railroad at Eagle Grove. Â·'' / H. I. Neshelm and daughter, ,. Â· Martha, and Miss Theo Nesheim of Joice spent Friday with Mr. ant! Mrs. J. H. Petersburg, South Second street. Mrs. L. O. Khnbull, Mrs. ~L. ,1. Kutschara, Mrs. Oscar Amundson. Mrs. C. T. Mills were among those from Clear Lake attending the meeting of instruction of the Eastern Star at Forest City Monday afternoon. Mrs. S. L. Zea, South Third street, received word from her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zea, that they are the parents of a son at their home at Union Grove, Wis., born Feb. 1. Mrs. I/orentzcn ot Thompson is making an extended stay with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Dickirsoa, South Third street. Members of the Congregational Ladies' Aid .lOciety will ho!d their meeting Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock with a business session and program. Supper will be served at 6 o'clock by a committee headed by Airs. C. A. Comstock and Mrs. Myron Stephenson. Mrs. Enimctt Brown and daughter, Mary Ann, North Third street, [eft Sunday night for Jamestown, N. Y.. where they will visit with Mr. Brown, who is employed there. ^Another daughter, Kathryn, will f '. "^i'5.y with the Arthur Deibler family, f outh Fourth street, during their bsence. The Rev. W. B. Milne lelt Monay morning for Hampton where he d his wife and the two went to Â·*' Urinnell where they will attend a ministerial convocation until Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. William Deibler of Kanawha spent Sunday with their son and family, Arthur Deibler, South Fourth- street. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Jensen of Thornton spent Saturday in Clear Lake with friends. Iloger Choate of Osuge .spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and 90 YEARS OLD PARK THEATER MON., TUES., WED. Dorothy Wilson Uicliard Croimvolt "ABOVE THE CLOUDS" 10c TO All, CLEAIl LAKE, Feb. 12.-Frank Cookman, 283 South Third street, celebrated his nbietlctli birthday Sunday. At present be is enjoying g'tod h:~lth mid \vus able to be a guest .it dinner at the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Cookmnii, East Main street. In the afternoon be visited relatives at Mason City. Night Crews Work on Ice to Beat Weather CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 12.--Night crews worked both Saturday and Sunday nights on the ice harvest in order to fill the orders before it went out of reach. The floating Ice cake was blown over to the east shore Friday where it was cut and loaded with difficulty. A northwest wind of Sunday night and Monday had not changed its location although the motion of the water causes some melting. It was undecided whether the operations would zegin again Monday night, according to Ray Sandry manager Almost all of the orders up-to-date have been filled, he stated. Mrs. W. \V. Choa 1 ?, North Third street. Mrs. F. L. Minette reliiruetl Saturday night Â· from Minneapolis where she attended the funeral of her brother. nfrs. Herman Boyle, who has been visiting: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Hanson and sister, Genevieve, left Friday night for Grand Rapids, Mich., where she will join her husband and make their home there. Mr. mid Mrs Angle Anderson, who have beeii living at Bloomfield, plan to move this week to Shenandoah, where Mr. Anderson has been transferred, according to word received here by relatives. Louis Clock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clock, was graduated from the Wisconsin State Normal college at Whitewater last week. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a. major in mathematics. He also attended Mason City Junior college and Wisconsin university. Housegucst at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robbing, who arrived Monday morning, is Mrs. G. E. Wickens of Chicago, sister of Mr. Robbins. Miss Dorothy Clock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clock, who is working; in New York City, has enrolled for part time work at the Columbia university. Mrs. May Goldman has returned to the E. E. Studyvin home after spending the past six weeks at Thompson caring for Mrs. Lars Lorentzen. Mrs. Lewis Woodstock who is suffering from pneumonia at her home on South Second street, shows a slight improvement, according to the attending physician. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Freeman and family spent Sunday at Ottumwa transacting business, returning Monday morning. Vincent Sllncttc attended a sales meeting- of the Iowa agents of Bankers' Life Insurance company at DCS Moines Saturday. Initiation Services Held by Rainbow Girls CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 12.--The assembly of the Order of Rainbow for girls held beautiful initiation services at the Masonic temple Saturday, girls from Manly, Mason City and Clear Lake participating. Eight girls were initiated, one of them being Jeanne Beckner of Clear Lake. Local girls having a part in the services were Lillian Alter, | Elizabeth Ann Branson, Hortense j Mills and Margaret Kennedy. i The girls wore foi'mal gowns of the rainbow colors. Mrs. C. T. Mills worthy matron, and'C. E. Branson' worshipful master, and Hazel Crawford, worthy matron of Mason CIÂ»-', were presented to the group. Six | girls sang appropriate songs during j the services. Miss Jane DeVault of j Manly sang "The Rainbow's End." The girls held a stated meeting and practice during the afternoon and a pot luck supper at 6 o'clock, About 150 persons including Masons and Eastern Star members attended the evening services. Mrs. C. T. Mills, Mrs. F. w Triplett, Mrs. C. Sawyer, Mrs L. J. Kutchara, Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Mrs. C. C. Branson and Mrs. Mollie Hnnsen were local women who were in charge of the supper. Mrs. Prohaski Feted on Birth Anniversary CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 12.--Friends and neighbors honored Mrs. Pro- haski at her home on South Oak street Friday evening on her birthday. The evening was spent in playing cards and games. The guest received many remembrances of the day. Exciting News for Women 400 PAIRS WOMEN'S GOOD STYLE SHOES Standard Panor Qualify taken from our Regular Stock Go In a Big One Day Sale **One Kid Leathers Suede Leathers Black and Brown ODD PAIRS Plenty of Small Sizes Sizes 3,-31/ 2 , 4 and 4l/ ? Plenty of Large Sizes Sizes 7, 7'/ 2 , 8 and 9 Choice Beautiful New Spring Shoes A Big Special Offer "hie KIi! Sp.iml.-ni, I",,,,,,,, deer Kid Sramfoan Pump* Blnck Kftl Srnmljn, rumi. Grey- Kid $Â«RmIeÂ«Â« Pamurt lllncV KM Oxford TlcÂ« nine Kill Oxford Tie* Grey and Black C o m b i n a t i o n * C u b a n a n d C o n t i n e n t a l Hee1Â» C-H-O-I-C-E 106 North Federal $2 PANORS HIG North Fedcrnl Scout Troop to Observe Anniversary by Program CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 12.--A meeting- to celebrate the twenty-fourth birthday anniversary of the Boy Scouts in America, is planned at the high school gym Monday evening. Demonstrations and awards will be given at this. time. Former scoutmasters and parents of the Boy Scouts will be guests of the troop. Horsebreaking to Be Shown at Nelson Farm Â· CLEAR LiYKE, Feb. 12.--Harry Linn of the Iowa State college extension service will be In Cerrn Gordo county all week. He will rlve a demonstration of horsebreaking at the Elmer Nelson, farm, south of Clear Lnke, Wednesday. The demonstration is sponsored by the Beys' 4-H club. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--Softball games at Community building, 7:30. Catholic Ladies' Aid card benefit i;t church. 8. Hi-Lo Bridge Valentine luncheon at Mrs. P. D. Leith, East Main street. Farmers' Co-Operative meeting at Methodist church, 1:30. Band Mothers' card benefit, city hall, 2:30. \\Vdnesdny--Congregational Ladies' Aid at 3 and supper at church, 6. r ; rns club dinner at Lions cafe, 12. Thursday--Royal club meets at Mrs. W. F. Paul home, East Division street. Daughters of Union Veterans meet. Twentieth Century club meets at Mrs. Gladys Yelland home. Sorosis club meets with Jlrs. Ray Robbins. Crescent club meets with Mrs. A B. Phillips. Rotary club meets at I. O. O. F. hall at noon. Pythian Sisters supper at I. O. O F. hall. Friday--Clear Lake vs. Garner, basketball game at Garner. Although introduced only last summer, prune bread baking has erown In California to an output of 200,000 loaves weekly, utilizing four ounces of prunes a loaf. , STOP TAKING SODA! FOR GAS ON STOMACH Much soda disturbs digestion. For gas or sour stomach Adierika is much better. One dose rids you of bowel poisons that cause gas and had sleep. Unstable Drug Co. and Weed Pharmacy, WEDNE A day dedicated to the people of this c o m m u n - ity who like to save when they buy. Jt's a day set aside for a practical demonstration of value-giving, featuring seasonable merchan- dise at below-regular prices. It w i l l pay you well to shop in Mason City Wednesday . . . Dollar Day. Stores participating- in this one- day sales event will be open u n t i l 6 o'clock. You'll Be Surprised at Wtat YÂ«nai? dollars Cast Ewy at This Sale!