Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 19, 1934 · Page 8
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 19, 1934
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BIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Clear Lake Globe-Gazette NORTHWOOD TO PLAY AT LAKE Roosevelt Juniors Will Oppose Frosh in Preliminary. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 19.--Clear Lake Uons ara to play a return game with Northwood on the home · floor tonight for the final conference tilt of the season. The locals won 16 to 12 from the Norsemen giving them their first defeat on the small Northwood floor two weeks ago. The locals are doped to have a distinct advantage over their opponents on the local floor. The Roosevelt junior high school of Mason City who is undefeated in the city cage schedule is to meet the Clear Lake freshmen in the curtain raiser which is called for 7:30 o'clock. The freshman team is a newly organized group which held a practice this week-end, although members have been playing on intramural games. . The Lions have a short practice in the Community building this afternoon in preparation for the game. Ashland will probably be able to see some action as a reserve, after being laid up with a sprained ankle A victory for Clear Lake tonight will mean a tie for the conference title with Britt, each having lost two games. The locals lost their first two out of town games while Britt continued to have a perfect record until the locals and Belmond downed them during the past month. Decorah Attorney Will Speak, for Lake Lions JL. Special George Washington, Program Arranged for Club Guests. CLEAR LAKE Feb. 19.--A special George Washington program will feature the noon luncheon of the Lions club at the Lions cafe Wednesday noon. J. A. Nelson Decorah, former county attorney ; of Winneshiek county, former state senator and eloquent speaker, will give an address on George Washington. He spoke on the life of Abraham Lincoln over a Waterloo radio station last week. ' Nelson has been prominent in political circles of north Iowa, opposing Gilbert N. Haugen in 1928 for the republication Domination for congress from the fourth district, and serving as delegate to thj last republican convention at Chicago. Among the guests who will be entertained at this affair are the nine elective officers of the county and all of the members of the local Rotary club. The regular Thursday session of the Rotary club will not be held this week. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS W. B. C. annual bean supper. I. O. O. F. hall Tues.,. Feb. 20. Members bring candy and a parcel for the parcel post. Public, invited. Price 35c. Miss BUIle Milne of Hampton visited Saturday night with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs W B Milne. . . . The Star club will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. Charles Woodward. She will be assisted by Mrs. George Peterson. The program will be presented by Mrs. Orren Porter and Mrs. R. Miller. .: John Baago, who has been operating, the Shell station on North Second street, has closed it for the remainder -of. the, winter. . . Mss" taiira Kolthbff, teacher of Otrantq, spent the week-end with Miss Qeraldlne Stenby, North Sixth street. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Ashland and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stunkard left Sunday for Des Moines. The women will attend the president's and secretary's conference of the America-* Legion auxiliary. ^Irs. W. C. \Vltkc, North Second street, is confined to her home with illness. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson are the parents of a daughter, weighing eight pounds, who wag born at their home south of'Clear Lake Saturday night. The girl has been named Naomi Rae and is the second daughter in the family. The I. O. O. F. Dancing- club will entertain their friends at a Wash- ignton birthday dance at the I. O. O. F. hall Wednesday night. The Gard orchestra will furnish the music. Mr. and Mrs. C L. Gre«n, Willow Inn, left Sunday for a few weeks' trip, stopping at West Bend, Chicago and points in Indiana. Miss Darlene Rice, South Second street, has returned from Chicago where she spent the week-end with friends. The monthly session of the Park chapter of the Eastern Star will be held Wednesday night at the -Masonic temple. Mrs. Norman Nelson and Mrs. L. E. Ashland are cochairmen of the dinner committee. Instruction will not be given at this time because of the illness of the instructor, Mrs. Roy Feteraen. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--Annual W. R. C. bean supper at I. O. O. F. hall. P. E. O. chapter meets with Mrs. George Frost, North Fourth street. P. T. A. at high school, 3:30. Wednesday--Eastern Star meets at Masonic temple, 6. I. O. O. F. Dancing club Washington birthday party at I. O. O. F. hall. O. D. O. club meets with Mrs. Clarence Peterson, South Third street. Lions club meets at Lions cafe, 12. St. Margaret's Guild meets at Mrs. W. A. Drew home, South Second street. North Iowa declamatory contest at high school auditorium. L Thursday--D. A. R. Washington birthday party at home' of Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, South Second street. Friday--K. P. anniversary celebration at K. P. hall, 8. MON. - TUBS. - WED. Chnrles Kugglcs "GOOD BYE LOVE" lOc TO ALL Decorah Man to Speak at Lake P. T. A. Unit CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 19.--William Knolton of Decorah, a former school superintendent, will address members of the Parent-Teachers' association at the high school Tuesday afternoon. He will speak of taxation from the viewpoint of the school. Miss Genevieve Milburn's first graders of the Lincoln building will put oa a 10 minute entertainment. John Siesseger will play his piano accordion. Music will also be given by Jeanne Beckner, Hortense Mills and Marguerite Kennedy on the xylophone. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 3:30. Miss Dorothea Woodrow is chairman of the program committee. J. A. NELSON Farmers and Barbers . to Clash in Softball CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 19.--The feature card of the Softball games at the Community building is scheduled last on the card Tuesday night. The Barbers will clash with the Farmers, both teams being high in the league. The other two high teams, Yanks and the Kenyons, arc doped to win. The Yanks will face the Liberty stores in the opener and the Kenyons, the 4-H in the second game. The P. E. O. clmptcr meeting which was scheduled to meet with Mrs. ' ' Fourth street, Tuesday night. W. H. Rosemorid will meet Mrs. George Frost, North MRS, BARKER IS BURIED AT LAKE Cousins of Minneapolis Woman Serve as Pall- . bearers. _ CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 19.--Funeral services for Mrs. C. W. Barker of Minneapolis were held Saturday aft- ernon at the Methodist church the Rev. Dr. B. W. Riner officiating. Mrs. Faith Monaghan sang several numbers, "The Old Rugged Cross," and "When Those Bells of Heaven Ring- for Me." Pallbearers were cousins of Mrs. Barker--Leo Stork, Chester Moe, Francis Thronson, Charles Thronson, Ed Stork Jr., and Will Stork. Out-of-town relatives attending the services here included C. W. Barker, husband of the deceased of Minneapolis; Mrs. Anna Swehla and family, Alden, Minn.; .Mr. /and Mrs Jacob Stork and family, Ventura; C. Moe and family, Garner; Mrs. Albert Thronson and family, .Ventura; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terwilliger, Garner; Fred Stork, Garner and Mr and Mrs. Val Kiefer, Hanlontown. Mrs. Barker is survived by her mother, Mrs. Hattie Stork, South Fourth street; sister, Marjorie Stork and husband, C W. Barker Minneapolis. FEBRUARY 19 1934 Washington Program Is Given at W. R. C. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 19--Mrs. Lalja Wolf, patriotic instructor of the Women's Relief corps, was chairman of the Saturday night George Washington program. Several poems were read concerning Washington and several items read about Lincoln. Miss Zilphy Long gave "Whistlingr Regiment" as a whistling solo. Plans were completed for the annual bean supper which will be held Tuesday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall. Dinner Dance Held by Set at Lake Club George Washington Therm Carried Out by Hostesses. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 19 The Misses Marguerite Johnson, Lillian Alter and Virginia Yelland were co hostesses to a dinner dance at th Clear Lake Country club Saturda- night. The George Washington theme was carried out in the dinner which was served at 6:30 to 16 guests at a long table. A centerpiece of ret carnations, white freesia and for jet-me-nots, red colonial candelabra, red, white and blue bon bons and favors carried out this scheme Mothers of the hostesses Mrs Gladys Yelland, Mrs. William Alter and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, were served dinner at a smaller table The evening was spent in playing cards and dancing to th} music 01 Carl West and his orchestra. Guests included Mary Ann Hughes, Dorothy Sherman, Winifred Saridry, Eloise Sandry, Lucille Winnie, Junior Martin. Marvin Winnie, Tom Wend, Art Canfield, Phillip Sheridan, Dick Krall Tom Adams and Harold Fistler Mrs. Clausen Is Wed to B. H. Remore at Lake Home Cemetery /CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 19.--The marriage of Mrs. Leita Irish Clausen, 508 West Jefferson street, to H. H. Remore of Clear Lake was solemnized at the home of the bride at 8 o'clock S,unday morning The Rev. W. B. Milne, pastor of the Congregational church, officiated. Carolyn Clausen, daughter of the bride, and Carl Knutson, St. Paul, were the attendants. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to the wed : ding party at the Clear Lake Coun- b-' lub. The couple left shortly ·· "* :rwards on a wedding- trip. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were Dr. T. J. Irish, brother of the bride, and Mrs Irish of Forest City, and Carl Knutson, St. Paul. MOURN DEATH OF KING Albert I, bUotcd king of the Belgians who was killed tn a mountain- cliinblng expedition near Brussels, Is shown in one of his latest pictures with Queen Elizabeth, to whom he had been married 34 yeans, f Also- ciatcd Press Photo). J l Three Minor Fires Are Reported Here Three minor fires were B reported ver the week-end. A chimney fire vas extinguished at the Gale Brad- ley home, a two atory frame dwelling at 709 Washington avenue northwest, about 6:30 o'clock Saturday evening-. At 6:40 o'clock firemen were called to the 400 block on Harrison avtnue northwest, to extinguish a grass fire on vacant KENYON'S AGES LOSE TO RUDD Wolf and Finch S c o r i n g Aces of Rudd Indies. CLEAR LAKE Feb. 19--The Rudd Independents hit the Kenyon's Lazy Aces on an off night Saturday defeating them to the tune of 41 to 29 at Rudd. The locals 'led the scoring for the first few minutes and then laid down, making a rally in the last quarter but failed to show much gain. Rudd led 20 to 13 at the r half running away with the heavy score in the third quarter. Wolf, who was not in the lineup in the previous encounter with Rudd was high scorer with 13, closely followed by Finch with 10. Paul. Clear Lake forward, scored 9 for the locals. Kenvons--29 jr(j Paul, f 4 Garlock, f ^ Anderson, c 2 Kruggel, g 3 Hannn, g ; t 3 12 Rudd--41 FG Finch, f 5 Hansun, f 2 Wo'f. f \. o Muller, o , 3 Preverf, g 3 Mothers, g T Ell, g- o 20 FT K 1- 0 2 0 3 2 0 0 1 1 FT F 0 0 0 0 Pastor Succumbs at Cedar Rapids; Rites in Northwood Tuesday NORTHWOOD. Feb. 19.--Funeral services for the Rev. George Kite, former pastor of the Evangelical church at Bolan, were held at Cedar Rapids Monday afternoon. He died Friday evening at Cedar Rapids, after nine months illness. Burial will be at Northwood Tuesday. He is survived by his wife and one child. !ots. At T:36 Monday morning a square of roof burned at 302 First 'street southwest. 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