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SIXTEEN . MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE .DECEMBER 8 1933 Clear Lake Globe HELEN HENDRlCKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE No. 239 LEE DEW1GG1NS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 5ESE "MIKADO" GIVEN TO LAKE CROWD O p e r a t i c Presentation Is Colorful and Has Good Portrayals. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 8.-- A color- iul presentation of the light opera, "Mikado," was presented by about 60 music students of the high school glee clubs Thursday evening at the opening- performance. It is to be presented again Friday night under the direction of Miss Clara Metcalf, assisted by Myrtle Oulman, Both speaking and musical roles M-ere presented in a avnner which did justice to thU tvsswlltul Japan- fese operetta, hs.vir.g- l2 touches of an ass«:".fc!iy perienced players. Rn\vsMi Ronald Kswvsea Ko, the Lord EigSi outstanding:. KHs finishing more ex- of Ko- sr. was v:v3s3;t-«;\ risir- «? a. and xvcsl bsd TRIO IN "CHANCE AT HEAVEN" acter portrsyst shrewd rnafi x work was svxx previous exr-er a tic work. ' Keith Holt, ic tS-.« svrJs erf XsnM- Jao, the disguise! WAad*rtng minstrel who hsu? msEy s\roMiais of love surprised Use sv-KU«n« with his performance. \Vith no experisacs in musical or dramatic ro!es pnceding this, he gave an excellent presentation. Charlotte Wolford, who has been singing- for several years before the public appeared as Yum-Yum, the pretty sweetheart of Nanki-Poo, ·with her usual high quality soprano vocalization. Comedy Portrayed. · Th2 production was enhanced by the comedy and portrayal of Milo Knutson as Pooh-Bah, the most highly titled map of the city of Titipu. A pompous scene was staged for the entrance of Clifford Vik as the Slikado of Japan who was attended bv Dean Brox. Dorothy Kenyon as the mean old Katisba, a former suitor of Nanki-Poo, Clarence Pease as Pish-Tush, a noble lord, Helen \Valrod and Charlotte Chappel as vards of Ko-Ko, appeared in the cast with vocal numbers. Choruses of coolies anfl Japanese juaidens added to the colorful array of Oriental atmosphere. Coolies included Reinhart Andersen, LeRoy Miller, Anon Jorgen, Royal Hintz- jnan, Roger Comstock, Billy Kennedy, Harold Fistler, Richard De- Wiggins, Jack DeVViggins, Tom Wood, Myron Jacobsen, Robert White and Frank Sheehy. In Chorui. The school girl 'chorus included: Margaret Anderson, Jean Siessegcr, Evaugeline Gardner, Dorothy Dolley, Elizabeth Hughes, Irma Peterson, Marguerite Johnson, Neva Harding, Lucille Winnie, Waunita Fankell, Evelyn Mitchell, Greta Chappell, Doris Jensen, Klare M_-Cormlck, Dorothy Nelson, Marguerite Winnie, Margaret Wolford, Margaret Hilts, Esther Jacobson, Elizabeth Kennedy, Maxine Christiansen Helen Aucker, Lois Peterson Gladys Lomen, Margaret Hughes Elsis Jacobsen, Geraldlne Wass and Lucille Peterson. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 8.--"Chance at Heaven," RKO's dramatic film version of the popular Liberty magazine serial story, cornea to the ParU theater Saturday and Sunday with a notable and talented cast featuring Joel McCrca, Ginger Rogers and Marian Nixon. Based on the love problems and search for happiness of three young people, it is patricu- lariy appealing to youth. 120 Premiums Awarded at Lake Poultry Show Chickens, Ducks, Turkeys, Pigeons and Eggs Are . . Exhibited. CLEAR LAKE, .Dec. 8.--Announcement of the premium winners at the Clear Lake Poultry show has been made by E. J. Rood, members of the Clear Lake Poultry Improvement club sponsoring the four day exhibit. Entries were made from a number of neighboring towns. More than 120 prizes were awarded. Barred Plymouth Rocks--Ed Heitland, first young pen, first cockerel, first old^ cockerel, first hen; Marlyn Butz, second cockerel; Mrs. George Mahr, second pullet, second old cockerel. White Wyandotte--S. J. Ott, second cockerl, first pullet, second hen, second pen, third pen; Charles Wolford, first pen, first cockerel; Mrs. Oren Porter, third pullet, second pullet. Buff Orpingtons--C. F. Ransom, second young pen, third pullet, first hen; Donnie Ransom, second cockerel; O. C. Timme, first young pen, second pullet, first old pen, second hen; H. S. Levisay, first cockerel; Mrs. Julius Bond, first pullet, third young pen. White Plymouth" Bocks--L. L. Weedman, second young pen; Ar- pair; Mrs. George Mahr, second pair. Buff Orpington geese--Mrs. Anton Park, first pair/ Buff Arpingtoii ducks--Mrs. Anton Park, first pair; O. C. Timme, second pair. Muscovie ducks--Gordon Nelson, first pair. English Call ducks--Gordon Nelson, first and second pairs. Mallard ducks--Arthur Juki, first pair. Rouen ducks--S. A. Bemis, Mason City, first and third pair. Single Comb Rhode Island Reds-Mrs. George Mahr, second hen, second cockerel; Marlyn Butz, first cockerel, first pullet. . Rose Comb Rhode Island Reds-Miss Esther Tesene, first hen, first pullet, first young pen, first old pen. . ~ Brown eggs--Mrs. J. P. Sorenson, first prize; C. R. Ransom, second prize.and S. J. Ott, third prize; White eggs--Mrs. H. S. Hushaw, first prize. SCHANKE TELLS OF CWA PROGRAM 80 Men Now Employed at Civil Works Projects in Clear Lake. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. S.--A. M. Schanke, chairman of the emergency relief committee and Civil Works administration of Cerro Gordo county, was the principal speaker at the Rotary club luncheon Thursday noon at the I. O. O. F. hall. The club entertained a number of guests, Mrs, J. W. Pattie, president of the Civic league; E. R. Boyle, president of the Lions club and officer of the Commercial club; the Rev. H. O. Urness, pastor of the Zion Lutheran church; the Rev. B. W. Riner, pastor of the Methodist church; Mrs. D. H. Campbell, reader of the Christ Scientist church; W. H. Dickirson, administrator of the relief work in Clear Lake, and Mrs. Lola M. Brown, county commissioner of the poor, Mason City. The purpose of the meeting was to acquaint the heads of various organizations with the work of the CWA, so that they might explain the projects to various people wishing information. Mr. Schanke stated that there were now 80 men on the CWA pay- rol, receiving- a sum of 51,200 each week. It is assured that these men will continue at this work for a period of 10 weeks, ending Feb. 15. A sum of 512,000 will have been paid out to Clear Lake men during this time from the federal government. Mr. Schanke pointed out that no family having a son in the reforestation corps was entitled to aid from the CWA. The reason for this action was that these families have been receiving 525 each month for a long- period of time and it is the aim of the CWA to reach as many families as possible. Oliver Sherman Rites Planned at M.E. Church CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 8.--Funeral services for Oliver Sherman, Chicago,'son of Ray Sherman of this city, will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church. The Rev. B. W. Riner will officiate. Burial will be made in the Clear Lake cemetery. The body is at the' home of the grandmother, Mrs. Ambrose Sherman, East Benton street until rites are held. J Clear Lake Churches CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Dance, Clear Lake Country club- Sat., Sun., Dec. 9, 10. Each 40c. Miss Billle Milne assisted in the presentation of the operetta given by the Hampton high school Thurs, *.- .-, ,, ~ - - . day evening. She coached the speak- thur Eby, third young pen; Robert { parU Q£ ^ production. Furleigh, first old^ pen, ^ft ^young | Whit , g N , te Spotp Fri n|te Dlne um-'fi^p *·*«·· *"·-- c. ' - ft *. I IT mi. » iiie tspt/ip x r*. tuw. units t en, first pullet; H. W. Hayes, first and dance Red -Wilson's Orch. No Scenes are Sketched. The back drop for Ihe stage set ting was sketched by Evelyn Mitch ell, Frances White and Myro Jacobsen. Ralph Geer of Mason Cit ·and Helen Wetterling were th piano accompanists. The high scho theater orchestra Included Stanle Andersen. Clayton Pittman, Mary 'Ann Hughes, Dean Kude.1, Adeline Sutcliffe, Dagny Hoirup, Grace Sutcliffe, Helen Wetterling and Helen Lomen, directed by John Kopecky. The girls' sextet sang "Japanese Love Song," between the two acts. ockerel, second cockerel, pxllet, third pullet; Mrs. second George first hen · first and tfahr, second old cockerel, first hen; C. C. Rice, second hen Buff Leghorns--S. A. Bemia, first pen, necond old cock, first _and second cockerel, second pullet. White leghorns--Mrs. Harold Hus'haw, first, second and third pullet- Winter brothers, third young pen; C. C. Rice, second cockerel, third hen; Gordon Nelson, second hen- Mrs. Oren Porter, first hen; A T. Hcrmanson, first cockerel and C raven s Orchestra to Play at Clubhouse CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 8.--Clarence Craven and his band will play for the Saturday and Sunday nigb.1 dances at the Clear Lake Country club this week-end. Several holiday parti-as are planned at the club house, over Christmas and New Years. Decorating the club house for the holidays begins next week Something new in the way of extcr lor decoration is being designed, ac cording to W. A. Ames, manager. first young pen; Pierre McCoy, second young pen. Pigeons--Lars Flora, second and hird pail" H. W. Hayes, first pair. Silver' Lnced Wyandottcs--Fred loyd, first young pen; Mrs. Wilam Schake, second young pen, sec- nd cockerel, second pullet, first old en. Partridge Wyandottes--Mrs. Willam Schake, first old pen, second .'oung pen second cockerel, second ,ullet, first cockerel, first Golden Wyandottes--Mrs. William Schake, second" old pen. . ., Columbian Wyandottes -- Mrs. William Schake, third cockerel, second pullet. Black Cornish -- Mrs. William Schake, second cockerel, second Railroad Employes Are Feted at Holiday Part) CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 8.--Mr. an Mrs. George Kabrick, Crane stree and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Booth c Mason City, entertained a group c 30 Mason City and Clear Lak streetcar employes and their fam Hies at a Christmas party at th Booth home Thursday evening. Th evening was spent in playing fiv hundred. A Christmas exchange o gifts was held and the hosts serve a lunch at midnight. Frlfloy Mlslit PARK THEATER lUuirdo Corift "BIO KXeCIITtVK" Iflc to All Saturday nnri Klindar "CHANCE AT HEAVEN" Jofl McCrra, Glnjctr Rogers cover charge. Mr. and Mrs. White of Davenport are the parents of a'daughter born at their home. Mrs. White who formerly lived in Clear Lake will be remembered aa Lela Smith. Don't fall to see "Mikado" tonight (Fri.) High School. Adm. 35c and 25c. BIr. and Mrs. B. M. Morse received word Thursday of the birth of a granddaughter, - Jean Evelyn Morse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Morse at Elwood, 111. The child was bom Thursday. Paul Campbell, Seattle, Wash., is expected to arrive next week to spend the Christmas holidays with hia parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Munzenmaier have vacated the Pahus cottage on the Camp Grounds and moved to 406 North Federal avenue, Mason City. fllilford Daniels who has been living here with his sister, Mrs. Henry Goranson, left Wednesday for Los- Angeles where he will, spend the winter. Brahmas -- Mrs. William Schake, second young pen, second old pen third cockerel, third pullet. Speckeled Sussex--Fred Root, Jr., third young pen; 'J. M. Holingsworth, second young pen, first old Pe Black Minorcas--Mrs. Ed Latch, first pullet, first cockerel, third Clear Lake Calendar Saturday -- Public auction sale, sponsored by retail merchants. Dance at Clear Lake Country club, Clarence Craven playing. pullet, Jersey Block Giants-- Art Raw- ion second young pen; Mrs. Elmer Hammon, first pullet, third pullet; George Kimball, third young pen, FA-erett and Herbert Bussa have returned to their work at Chicago after a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Bussa, south of Clear Lake. Lucia O'Neill Gives Christmas Story to Congregational Group CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 8.--Mrs, A. I Sondrol entertained members of the Congregational Women's class Thursday evening at her home on Jefferson, street. Mrs. Russell Girton was elected president of the club to fill in the vacancy made by Mrs. A. J. Erickscn. Miss Lucia O'Neill reviewed. "Beasley's Christmas," by Booth Tarkington. Charles Barlow played a cornet solo and Mrs..Hugh Kilburn played several accordion numbers. A gift shower of toys for the needy children of the city at Christmas time was made and a buffet luncheon was served by the hostess. Christmas Is Feature of Twentieth Century Club Luncheon CLEAR. LAKE, Dec. 8.--An English Christmas was the theme of the-Twentieth Century luncheon at the-Mrs. E. R. Boyle home Thursday afternoon. Assisting ho at esses were Mrs. L. E. Ashland, Mrs. C. A. Pease, Mrs. W. C. Carroll, Mrs. W. B. Milne and Mrs.. Harry. Freeman. A roast pig bearing an apple in its mouth was served by Fred Boyd who appeared in the garb of an English chef. The buffet luncheon was featured by a burning plum pudding which was served by Mrs. J. W. Pattie. Penciled etchings of characters, drawn by Harold^ Phillips, were given as favors. A basket of fruit was used for a centerpiece. Mrs. F. P. Walker reviewed Dickens' "Christmas Carol," for tile group and the members of the committee concluded the program by singing "Silent Night, Holy Night," by the candelight. Epworth League Rally Planned at M.E. Church CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 8.--Young people from six towns, Thornton, Swaledale, Klemme, Britt, Garner and Clear Lake, will participate in the Epworth League rally which will be held at the Methodist church here Monday evening. The Rev. J. C. Buthman of Belmond will be the principal speaker after the 6 o'clock supper is served. Four group meetings will be held following the talk. CONGREGATIONAL Sunday school at 10. Morning worship at 11, sermon subject, "Religion, Labor. Law." The choir will sing the anthem. "God Will Wipe Away All Tears." All young people are to attend district young- people's district convention at Fertile, afternoon and evening.--W. B. Milne, pastor. METHODIST Church school at 9:45. We" are making steady gains in average attendance. Morning worship at 11. The Lord's supper will be given with the R-ev. W. G. Muhleman, district su- perintent, present. All members and friends are urged to unite with us in this service of remembrance. Epworth league at 6:30. Evening worship at 7:30, theme, "Friendship." Sermon subject, "Empty Streams." Special pantomiming of the hymn, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," with Eleanor Runcie, soprano; Ardllla Snoop, alto; Charlotte Chappel, reader, and Mrs. Harry Mason, organist. Epworth league rally, 6 o'clock, Monday.--B. W. Riner, pastor. Zion LUTHERAN Confirmation class Saturday -at 9 o'clock. Sunday school 9:45 with classes for all ages. Morning worship 11. Sermon theme, "The Coming of God's Kingdom." Luke 17:20-30 Music by the vested junior and senior choirs. Offering for church organist. Adult class 2:30 at the parsonage. Luther league program at 7:30. "Kvery Member Canvass" begins Sunday afternoon. Teacher's training class Wednesday at 7:30. Annual meeting of the congregation Thursday night at 8. The men will serve a. lunch after the-meeting. H. · O. Urnesa, pastor. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Division street Sunday school at 10. Preaching at 11. Young peoples' meeting at 6:30. Preaching services at 7:30.^--Mrs. H. M. Dunsmore and James Miller, pastors. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Sunday school at 10. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30.--S. Mr Stenby, pastor. SI. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Mass at 10.--Edward Supple, pastor. · CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street Sunday school at 10. Morning services at 11, topic, "God the Preserver of Man." AVERT AND DEAN BILL POSTPONED Act Dould Make Legislators Ineligible to Other Positions. DES MOINES, Dec. 8. W)--The house today threw into the discard the Avery and Dean bill which would make members of the legislature Ineligible to appointments to any lucrative office by the governor during 1 the period for which they were elected. Representative Avery of Claj made plea for the members to vote down the report for indefinite postponement of his bill. He said it 1910 on realty to make It marketable. The house upheld postponement, to 41. Other bills meeting a like fate were the Mooty measure mak- ng the maximum speed on public highways 60 miles an hour, and the Gissel bill classifying every place which offered lodging to transients as a hotel. A proposal is up, and seriously discussed, to merge Chicago and Northwestern universities, retaining the best half backs troit News. of each.--De- Rock Crusher to Be Installed. . NASHUA, Dec. 8.--A rock crush- ev will be installed on the Leo Boeck farm to provide employment for about 25 men under the CWA who will crush rock, which ia expected to be used next summer in surfacing the road. An additional 14 men are being employed in Bradford, Richland and Chickasaw townships in graveling the road. Bear Valley, Cal., was found to be without bears, so the state game department stocked it with six of the adult black California variety. would make it impossible for some future governor through inference to get several influential members to work for or against-some meas ure in which, the executive would be interested. Sought Position. "Isn't it true that you tried to get a. position while a legislator?" asked Representative Fuester of Ida. "Yes, on the highway commission when the member for northwestern Iowa! died," replied Avery. The assembly killed the bill by a vote of 45 to 25. No debate wa» held on the Dean measure which was indefinitely postponed without a.record vote. Postponement Upheld. Representative Craven of Jasper endeavored to have the house override recommendation for indefinite postponement of his bill which would make it unnecessary to have abstracts of titles prior to Jan. 1, CHRISTMAS values. Brand at prices that everyone is glad to see. Make, your whole family happy. Say "Merry.Christmas" with one of these attractive models. Easy terms. Start payments now. Kndlo delivered for Christmas. at these wonderful radio new, modern stylo radios INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICAL THERAPV SKIN DISEASES R. N. Reuber, M. D. 211/j South Federal Telephone, Off. 3380, Res. 2560 (Above J. J. Newbcrry Store) Mrs. Christian Elected. GRAFTON, Dec; 8.--The Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon and elected: President,' Mrs. Harry Christians; vice president, Mrs Ferd Hockhart; secretary, Mrs Emll Buechele; treasurer, Mrs. Alfred Bruesewitz. 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