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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 21 1936 i ! Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 Miss Minette Gives Travel Talk to Club Thousand Islands, Quaint Quebec Settlements Are Described. CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 21.--Miss Oreta Minette, president of the Association of Wa-Tan-Ye clubs, spoke to the Clear Lake Wa-Tan-Ye club members Monday night on her trip during the past summer through section of Canada. After joining the tour party al Chicago, the first stop was a! Toronto, which, she said, was similar to cities in the United States From the station they followed z beautiful underground passage of marble with the gorgeous lighting effects, which led to the Hotel York The hotel was old and stately with the crest of England embossed everywhere, according to the speaker Visited Montreal. Montreal, a city of one million pei sons, and the largest in Canada, had a trifle more foreign expression than other places visited, she said There they went up Mount Royal tr horse and buggy at night to see th city in lights. White roses were blooming everywhere on this moun tain. "We visited the ancient and modern Montreal encircling Mt. Royal," she added. "In the old French section where we visited the Notre Dame church, the streets were so narrow that a horse and buggy could barely go through them. The Shrine of Brother Andre was also a noted church which we visited. It was very large with 220 stairs leading up to the shrine where Brother Andre lived. I was permitted to see him for a few minutes. "Our trip through the Thousand Islands by boat was most interesting. We saw the Lost Channel, Needles Eye, shortest International bridge in the world and the palatial homes of the wealthy classes. Heard French Language. "Upon leaving Three Rivers, we went by train to Quebec and noticed the farms fenced off in sections about three blocks square. The houses became more quaint and more of the French language could be heard. I was amazed to find so much old-world charm and was "thrilled by our ride from lower or old Quebec around and up the Ramparts to the Chateau Frontenac, a castle home which was to be our home for several days. "Our first trip out was to the Shrine of St. Ann") De Beaupre, going from there by special train passing the quaint villages and stopping at the Kent House, once the home of the Duke of Kent, father of Queen Victoria, which was located within a view of Montmorency Falls, 109 feet higher than Niagara Falls. "At the.Shrine we saw the beautiful statue of St. Anne valued at $75,000. The Cyclorama, a masterpiece of nanoramic paintings was probably the most wonderful thing that I saw on the trip. We returned by Niagara Falls and Buffalo, getting an interview with Father Cpughlin In Detroit," she concluded Dinner was served at 1 o'clock at the Kool Stein and Mrs. Edith Naylor served as hostess to the club Her mother, Mrs. A. I. Sondrol, was the guest of the club. P. G. E. Employes Hold Dinner at Clubrooms CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 21.--The em- ployes of the Clear Lake office of he Peoples Gas and Electric com- jany and their families held a duck iinner at the local office Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock. The evening was spent in playing cards. The group included Mr. and Mrs. Ar- :hur Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis .and family, Mr. and Mrs. .ustin Minette, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph n arr and family, Miss Darlene Rice nd Marvin Fistler. Rites Held at Lake for Richard Seegar, 20, Nephew of Lakers CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 21.-Through the misinterpretation of a telegram over a rural telephone line Clear Lake relatives prepared fo the funeral of Mrs. William Seega of Twin Valley, Minn., but upon meeting the train to greet the.rel atives met Mrs. Seegar face to face Mrs. Seegar is a sister of Fred anc Myron Skow. Services were held Tuesday after noon for Richard Seegar, 20, son o Mrs. William Seegar, who died a Twin Valley after a siege of flu an complications. The Rev. H. O. TJr ness officiated at the service held a the Williams Funeral home. Buria was made at the Clear Lake ceme tery. Toboggan Party Held by Clear Lake Teachers CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 21.--A group of lake teachers held a toboggan party at the popularly called Garden of Eden northwest of Clear Lake A hot lunch was served at the Koo Stein after the party. D A D M THEATER r P*. K. IV Clear Lake TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY GRACE MOORE in "ONE NIGHT OF LOVE" A Fine Comedy Drama Prices lie and We New L A K E Clear Lake TONIGHT, JAN 31 Aults Children 1C TUESDAY i n l u t Treat Kite lul "TO BEAT THE BAND" Wed. and Thtirs. WILL ROGERS "Steamboat Round the Bend" Belmond Drops One to Lions, 38 to 11, in Postponed Game CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 21.--The Lions downed Belmond Brooks 38 tc- 11 in a slow game Monday night at the Community building. The locals took the lead early in the postponed tilt and topped the scoring 12 to 3 at half. Jensen, guard, was the high scorer with five field goals and one gift shot. Lane was second with 1U, three goals and four gift shots. The locals missed a lot of shots making only 14 out of 63 attempts while the visitors made five out of 50. The Lions will go to Buffalo Center Friday night for two games. Clear Lake, 38. FG FT F Lane, f 3 4 2 Widger. m 3 0 2 Leins. f 2 3 1 Bacon, c 0 0 0 Ostrander, g 1 1 2 Lewis, g 0 0 0 Jansen, g 5 1 0 Murphy, g 0 1 0 Rutan, g 0 0 1 14 10 Belmond 11. FG FT Brody, f 0 1 Krass. f 0 0 Packard, f 1 0 Johnson, f 0 0 Nielson, c 2 0 Bonte. c 0 0 0 Abrecht, g l 0 2 Cunningham, g 0 0 1 Hake, g 1 0 Clear Lake Briefs For Kent: Fur, apt. 509 S. 3rd St. M. Northrup and family of Mason City have taken an apartment in the ilsby building. West Main street. AT. Northrup is employed by the ears Construction company. Public oyster supper at Zion rtitheran church Fri. 25c plate. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Minette, 'forth Clara street, are the parents if a son born at the Park hospital, Mason City, at 11 o'clock Monday evening. The child weighed seven and one-fourth riounds and is the first in the family. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Niclterson who reside south of Clear Lake are the parents of twin daughters who Â·eighed seven and one-fourth and eight and one-half pounds, respectively. There are now four boys and four girls in the family. Mrs. Nickerson was Fern Atkinson before her marriage. Mrs. LeRoy Kmitson. Elkader, returned Sunday night after spending several days in clear Lake with her parents-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. H. W Knutson, North Second street, anc attending the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Knudsen at Thornton Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Roy French, East Division street, will be hostess to members of the Royal cluo Wednesday afternoon. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. "Virgil Homer and Mrs. Fred Fankel. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Golien. South Oak street, are the parents of twins a boy and girl, born Sunday. They are the first children in the familj a.nd weighed four and four and one- half pounds, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Mathews North Third street, have left Phil adelphia. Pa., and are now enjoyin the resort weather of Lakeland Fla., according to word received bj their Clear Lake friends. The American Legion sewing rir cle will meet with Mrs. Jens Wine Wednesday afternoon. H.Hosbondls Wed to Girl of Burchinal Wedding Held at Lutheran Parsonage Monday Afternoon. CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 21.--The marriage of Harold Hosband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hosband, north of Clear Lake, to Miss Irene Mac Zieger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Zciger of Burchinal, was solemnized at the Zion Lutheran parsonage, East Main street, Monday. The Rev. H. 0. Urness read the single ring ceremony at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. Parents of both the bride and bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Casperson, Anton Anderson and Mrs. Chris Olson attended the wedding. The bride wore a black crepe suit with white accessories and a corsage of carnations. Following the service a. wedding dinner was served at the Hosband home. The couple will reside at the Martin Hosband farm north of Clear Lake where the bridegroom will operate the farm. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Clear Lake high, school in 1932 and the bride was graduated from the Sheffield high school in 1934. * * * OYSTER SUPPER TO BE HELD AT LAKE CHURCH The Priscilla circle will sponsor a public oyster supper at the Zion Lutheran church Friday night. Serving: will begin at 5:30 o'clock. Alma Tokle is serving as chairman of one of the commitees. * * y MRS. RULE HONORED -\T FAREWELL PARTY Mrs. Arleigh Eddy entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon Friday in honor of Mrs. Virgil Rule, East Division street, who will move to Bellevue after Feb. 1. The afternoon was spent in playing bridge. Guests included Mrs. E. M. Duesenberg of \Iason City, Mrs. T. L. Sears, Mrs. ..conard Mathers, Mrs. F, H. Davis .nd Mrs. Rule. * * * ANTIQUE DtSPLAY IS HELD BY LAKE CLUB Mrs. G. E. Dunke reviewed the took "Life With Father," by Clar- ;nce Day for Library Reading club members Monday afternoon at the tfrs. Arthur Johnson home. A dis- ilay of antiques, brought by mem- lera, was the roll call feature. The lub voted to donate S5 to the Stu- lent Loan fund of the federation. Visit in Des Moincs. SWALEDALE -- Mr. anil Mrs. Henry Krausc arc visiting with relatives in Almon and DCS Moincs for a few days. Taken to Hospital. BRICELYN--Janet Hanson was taken to the Naevc hospital in Albert Lea Sunday with a severe case j of pneumonia. AssMs '" Care. HANLONTOWN--Mrs. Christine Luckason is assisting in the core of Ole Brenden, Fertile, who is reported to be very ill. Returns to Plcasautvjllc. FOREST CITY _ Miss Evelyn Ferguson returned to her home at Pleasantville, Sunday. She visited at the Aske home since Christmas. Faculty Entertained. OTRANTO--The faculty of the Otranto school and a few others were entertained Monday evening at the C. G. Goplerud home. 3ush Bakers Win in Klemme Doubleheader CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 21.--The Bush Bakers won a doubleheader 'rom the Klemme Vagabonds at Â£!emme Monday night. 'The lake ndies led throughout the feature game which closed at 45 to 35. Gar- ock and Anderson each scored 14 points while Caerans ivas high for the Klemme team. Â· The Bush reserves won 18 to 15 from the Vagabond reserves, Dick Bush being high scorer with seven points. Klemme, led 11 to 5 at half. Coach and Cage Squad Guests of Lake Theater CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 21.--Coach Chris Johnston and his squad of 16 basketball players will be guests of the new Lake theater Thursday night according to announcement of Manager Syd Levy. The treat was promised the boys if they could win from Cedar Rapids several weeks ago. A reel of basketball pictures will also be shown in addition to the feature, "To Beat the Band," starring Hugh Herbert. Clear Lake Calendar Wednesday--Linger Longer club at Mrs. R. Fryer home, Clara street, 2. Lions club at Legion clubrooms. American Legion sewing circle at Mrs. Jens Wind home. 2. Royal club at Mrs. Roy French home, Mrs. Virgil Homer and Mrs. Fred Fankell, co-hostesses. Thursday---Altrurian club at Mrs. Conrad Pederson home, Clara street. Crescent club at Mrs. E. L. Wurtzer home, North Second street. Rotary club at I. 0. O. F. hall. Friday--Public oyster supper at Zion Lutheran church, serving at 5:30. sponsored by Priscilla circle. Christian Workers at Mrs. Frank Trager home, 202 South Second street. Clear Lake vs. Buffalo Center, basketball game at Buffalo Center. Old time dance at Surf ballroom. Visit at Cedar Rapids. PROTIVIN -- Father Hradccky and Frank Klima visited at Cedar Rapids a few days. Cook Files His First Financial Report as Republican Chairman DBS MONES, Jan..21. (-P)--Carl H. Cook of Glenwood," elected state republican chairman Dec. 21, 1935, to succeed Pressey H. Frank of Waterloo, filed his first party financial statement today showing expenditures of ,$506.37 from Dec. 17. 1935, to Jan. 16. 1936. Frank turned over S1S9.72, the report explains, and receipts during the period were S384.86, leaving a balance on Jan. 16 of $68.21. Storm Lake Salesman Found Unconscious in Car Dies at Oelwem OELWEIN, Jan. 21. OP)--William Lembke. age about 50, Storm Lake, salesman for American Garment company of Minneapolis, Minn., died early this morning while being brought to a hospital here after being found unconscious in his automobile on a Clayton county highway. Attending physicians said either apoplexy or heart disease caused his death. The body was taken to Strawberry Point, where an inquest probably will be held. Yisilor From Waterloo. NORA SPRINGS--Bert Kiichnlc of Waterloo visited his mother, Mrs. George Kuchnle, Sunday. Select a Note these examples of the money-saving offers Mier Wolf Sons are making NOW! Special terms, amazing allowances, many extra inducements. The world's finest and most popular radio. Buy NOW-while these special offers last! 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