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December 6, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 6 TOYS! A Good Selection at Reasonable Prices BOOMHOWER HARDWARE To Do Charity Work; CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 6.--An oyster supper will be served to the public by members of the Oweso club at the Central Heights schoolhouse Friday evening. Serving will begin at 6 o'clock and the proceeds will be used for welfare work. A new trash guide shaped 1 like a funnel for plowing under tall weeds, corn stalks and other debris has been invented. ABSOLUTELY NEW DESIGNS SENTIMENTS TO SUIT EVERY TASTE TM T ^TMTM» . ~ \ 12 Cards with Envelopes l9c CHRISTMAS 112 Cards with Envelopes 29c GREETINGS ] 12 Cards with Envelopes 39c 112 Cards with Envelopes 49c JTEW CELLOPHANE WRAPPED PACKAGES THESE ARE WONDERFUL VALUES YELLAND 6- HANES 11-18 East State Street Phone 400 Hero You Can Select Appropriate Remembrances for Every Name on Your List--r5c, lOc up For Your Health's Sake CLIP THE FREE 25o COUPON BEIX)W NOW Haye You Ever Had a Complete Internal Cleansing? 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Try It This Christmas Nichols Green 'Where the Good Shoes,Come From" HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 ^ OFFICE PHONE No. 239 No.Christmas Baskets Are to Be Given Toys From Workshop and Dolls to Be Given Kiddies. CLEAR LAKE, Dec.-6.--The welfare committee of the Civic league plans to discontinue the usual custom of sending Christmas baskets to the needy families of the city this year because of the additional work provided this class through the civil works projects. Sixty local men are on the payroll at the present time receiving $15 a. week. This was announced at the December session of the Civic league which met Tuesday afternoon at the city hall. The schools will repair old toys and various organizations are dressing and making dolls to place in the Christmas stockings of the children on Christmas eve. Free to Give. Mrs. J. W. Pattlc, president of the organization, stated that organizations were to feel free to give any additional help to families not affected by the CWA funds. Mrs. Clark Branson, chairman of the recreation committee, introduced members of the program. Mrs. Faith Mfonaghan accompanied by Genevteve Hansen, sang "The Gypsy Dance" and "Gypsy Trail." A group of high school girls, ilargner- "te Johnson, Dorothy Ddiey, Izetta Bacon, Elizabeth Ann Branson, Irma Peterson and Audrey Deibler gave a dance, accompanied by Dorothy Kenyon at the piano. Miss Genevleve Hansen concluded :he program with a travelog of her ;rip to Mexico City. After leaving El Paso, Texas, passing the custom officers, the Mexican train trip, drives through Mexico City, the vis- ting of the markets, shops, churches and cathedrals were all new experiences which made the .rip Interesting. Army at Train. She made the acquaintance of a mil-fighter, a Mexican artist com- ng from Hollywood and a Spanish dancer on the train, while in the coach ahead was tbe secretary general who was honored at each station they passed. The army forces and bands were at the train at Mexico. City to greet him. The speaker' spoke of the pyramids of the sun and the moon which are being unearthed at the present time and waa especially impressed by the colorful buildings, and atmosphere of the entire country. Tea was served.by a committee including Mrs. F. B. DeMott, Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Mrs. Myron Stephensen, Mrs. T. E. Sondrpl and Mrs. Frank Slesseger, Mrs. Pattie and Mrs. J. H. Woodstock pouring. Clear Lake Calendar Thursday^-Altrurian club at Mrs. E. H. Neal home. Sorosis club meets at Mrs. L. W. Sherman home. Busy Bee club meets with Mrs. Martha Trimble. Rotary club meets at I. O. O. F. hall at noon. Daughters of Union Veterans guests night, Mrs. G. P. Stenby home, 607 Reed street, 7:15. St. Margaret's Guild meets with Mrs. John Cole, 213 North First street. Operetta, ."Mikado," at high school, 8. Junior Federated club at Lucille Engeliretson home. Mason City. Friday--Dance at Community building, Archie Sampson and his Royal Knights. Oweso club oyoter supper, Central Heights school, 6. Star club meets with Mrs. Roy French, Eaat Division street. Operetta, "Mikado," at high school, 8. Linger Longer club meets with Mrs. Emma Smith. Saturday--Grant's Willing Workers 4-H club meets at Margaret Hollatz home. Dance at Clear Lake Country Clarence Craven playing. 14 Letters Given at Garner Grid Banquet GARNER, Dec. 6.--Fourteen men were awarded letters by Coach A L. Wensel at the annual football banquet held Monday night at the high school gymnasium. Six lettermen will be lost by graduation, flvr of which were regulars. Starting the season with only four regulars the team rah the football victories to 17 straight, standing 29 in the North Iowa conference with six wins and two losses Letters were awarded to Jacli Waller, Clifford Kurtz, John Engstler, Leo Daniels, Glen Bredlow Alton Upmeyer, Robert Boland Robert Lukos, Capt. Charles Carothers, Leland Zleamer, Norman Grelman, Curtis LIscomb, Keith Moe and Daniel Collins. Leo Dan lels was elected captain for the coming year. Mrs. James Carothers waa chairman of the banquet committee. Russia, recognized by the United States, cannot count Its victory complete until it has been recognized also by Congressman Hamilton Fish.--Chicago Dally News. PLAY LEADING ROLES CHARLOTTE WOI4TORD KEITH HOLT CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 6.--Charlotte Wollara plays the role of tlm leading Indy, Yuni-Yum, and Keith Holt, the leading nmn, Nanlcf I'oo, in the light opera, "Mikado," which will he given by the high school glco clubs nnd mixed chorus Thursday and Friday nights nt the high school. Both are featured In solos, duets and with the choruses. Stage managers include Lucille Peterson, Esther Jacobson, properties; Tom Wood, business manager; Greta Chappcll, Lucille Winnie, Gladys Lomen, publicity; Marguerite Johnson, costumes, and Madelino Miles, bookholder. Reserve seats are on sale at the Knutson jewelry. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Operetta, "Mikado," Thurs. and Fri. nights, Dec. 7 and 8, high school. Adm. 35c and 25c. Miss Lucille Engobretson will en- :ertaiu members of tbe Junior-Federated club at her Mason City home Thursday evening. The roll call will be responded to by jokes. Dance Community BIdg., Friday, Dec. 8. Archie Sampson. Adm. 25c and lOc. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dicklrson vere called to Thompson Wednesday morning by the serious illness of Mrs. Dickirson's father, Lars Lorentzen, aged 92. Mayland Hintzman has returned o his work at the Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, after spending the week-end with his sls- :er and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mathers. Mrs.. Tea Tlemey ^ ot Garner visited, relatives in Clear Lake Wed- 'Uesday-afternoon. , . ; ' ' Mrs. George Bstel of Sivaleflale visited friends in Clear Lake Wednesday. Mrs. Jennie Kooneman who has aeen working at Lake Mills Is spending several days with her daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Reid have moved into an apartment in the Chris Law.building on Main street. Members, of the. Daughters of American Revolution plan to hold a rummage sale at American Legion clubrooms Friday and Saturday of this week. Miss Ruth Byors, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. By era, was given an audition at the University of Iowa station for her -outstanding ability and voice culture shown in a course of public speaking which ia taken by 900 freshmen students of the university. She waa chosen in a group of 50 for this honor and will be one. of the group who will be asked to speak 1 at various college functions. Sherman Hanna was taken to a Mason Ctiy hospital Tuesday night where he will undergo a major operation. Ice Hockey League to Be Organized; Four Teams to Be on Card CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 6.--Vincent Minette wag named chairman of the ice hockey league which will be organized in the near future. A group of winter sport enthusiasts made plans for the organization of four teams to play in competition here until nn all star team can be selected to play out-of-town games Most of the first games will be played In the daytime. The rink will be made as soon aa the ice on the lake permits. Two Birthdays Observed at H. G. Bruchner Home CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 6.--Mrs. H. G. Bruchner entertained a group at 6:30 dinner Tuesday evening In honor of the birthdays of Mr. Bruchner and Mrs. W. N. Hill, who are both the same age. These two families have celebrated these birthdays for the past 38 years during which time they have been neighbors x north of Clear Lake. Guests included Mr. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. John Strom, Mason Cltyr Hr. and Mrs. Carl Bruchner, Lucille Slnrom, all of Clear Lake. The disarmament conference has declared a. two-month recess, but the delegates, like backward children, hate to take their report cards home.--Boston Globe. PARK THEATER Wednesday "SONQ OF SONGS" Thursday and Friday "BIG EXECUTIVE" with Rlcardo Cortex Admission lOc to Everyone irant 4-H Club to Give Gifts to Poor CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 6.--Grant's Willing Workers 4-H club will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of Margaret Hollatz. Each member will bring- an article which they lave made which will be given to :he needy and an article for the grab jag-. Officers will.be elected for the new year and a taffy pull will complete the afternoon entertainment. ALUMNI-LIONS CARDED TO PLAY Mohawks Tower O'er Locals Winning 30 to 18 in Practice Scrap. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 6. -- The Clear Lake .Lions looked good Tuesday night against Mason City high school in a practice game at the Mason City gym, although the visitors lost 18 to 30. Three Mohawk players standing over six feet made the locals look like midgets. Chizek was high scorer for the'locals with 7 points, Lane 1, Miller 2, Joslyn 4, Liens 3 and Ashland 2. The locals are slated to meet alumni at the Community building at 8 o'clock tonight. Ashland as center or forward, Barber at forward and Canfield as center or guard are reserves who are looking good and may see some action for the Lions. The lineup for the alumni includes George Paul and Lloyd Wistcy as forwards, Bumal Patterson and Herbert Garlock as guards and Jim Anderson as center. Reserve material includes Bob Bigg, Lee Luiclc and Marvin Winnie. COAL Don't play second fiddle to your furnace. Use Blue Mountain Coal at $10.50 a ton--to be assured of perfect heat at all times. WAGNER COAL CO. Phone 980 BOND RECOVERY HELD DOUBTFUL Employe of Reformatory at Anamosa Short in His Accounts. DBS MOINES, Dec. G. UP)-- a. S. Worden, supervisor of state audits in submitting an audit of the state reformatory at Anamoaa today to State Auditor C. W. Storms said that any recovery on the 510,000 bond of J. M. Conway, former prison employe, is doubtful. Tha attorney general's office has adviaed him of that decision, Worden said. Conway, a former auditor and clerk of industries at the reformatory, was 513,546.4T short in his accounts when relieved Dec. 31, 1931, Worden said. The receipts unaccounted for in Conway's accounts covered a five year period. Simultaneously with receipt of the report, Auditor Storms made public a letter to C. B. Mtetagh, state comptroller, in which lie recommended 'that the two positions formerly held by Conway as cashier and clerk of industries, be separated. Las Vegas, Nevada, and a few other towns in the desert area of the southwest have butcher shops which offer burro meat for sale. Fredericksburg Man's Estate Put at $34,940 NEW, HAMPTON, Dec. 6.--The inventory In the estate of G. O. Clapham, retired Fredericksburg'. farmer who died Sept, 24, was filed.' His widow, one daughter, Miss Vina" Clapham, Tuscaloosa, Ala,, two sons,Walter L. Clapham, Santce, Cal., and Emmett W. Clapham, Greene,, Iowa, are beneficaries. Town prop-! erty in Fredericksburg anU Mason! City and a 240 acre farm in Butlei; county are valued at 522,600. The tof tal value of the estate is set at $34,: 810.66. The District of Columbia has * law prohibiting the sale of fire! works In that territory, but i doesn't have any effect on'the iis play In congress.--Bennington Ban ner. Instant Relief From, I T C H I N G T». J). T. 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