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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 7 1935 OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 Clear Lake Briefs IAN PAGEANT AT LAKE CAMP Missionaries Speak at Night Services of Lutheran Bible Camp. CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 7.--A pageant based on the camp motto, "Walking With God," will be presented at the American Lutheran camp at M. E. park on the south shore Friday night. A cast of about 25 persons will present the production which is being directed by the Rev. C. Ringhand, Palmer and the Rev. A. G. Schardt, Gilmore City. It is in three parts with the first one, "The Fail," a dramatization of Judas' fall with the text, "Wherefore let him who thinketh he stand- eth take heed lest he fall," from 1 Cor. 10:12. The second, "Hope," is a dramatization of the Resurrection truth, with the text, "I know that my Redeemer liveth," Job. 19:25. The third, "Victory," is a dramatization of Augustine's conversion, with the text, "Wherefore turn yourselves and live ye," from Ezekiel 18:32. ft Waaeoa, Minn. They will return Missionary Gunderson spoke to to the lake for a short stav with the the camp Tuesday night on the w - L - Mitchell family before return- Sudan mission in Africa and will I in S to their home in tne s °« th give an illustrated talk tonight. Miss Edith Oderlund who has served as superintendent of schools in a North Dakota town has received a call for missionary work in China. She also gave a talk concerning- this phase of the work in the near east. Catholic Public Chicken Supper, Thursday, Aug. 8, 50 cents. The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Blough and family left Wednesday for a few days' stay at Cedar Rapids with Mrs. Slough's father, Dr. S. B. Miller. Mr. Slough's niece, Iris Miller, who has been vacationing at the lake, will accompany them, joining her father, Prof. Merlin G. Miller, head of the history department of ·Emporia college, Bmporia, Kans., and accompanying him to her home at Emporia. The Bloughs will return Friday afternoon. Barbecued Bibs. Kitz Hotel, Bayside. Ph. 37F3, Clear Lake. Mrs. Edward Kelly, Emmetsburg, is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mitchell, North Third street. Final clearance on all silk dresses at Oluf T. Hanson's. Real bargains. Bill Finch, Muscatinc, is spending several weeks visiting at the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Finch, Camp Grounds. Ted Wolfram, Ventura, left Tuesday for California where he was called by the illness of a relative. . John Mitchell and family, New Oleans, La., are spending this week Announcement: I have taken over complete management of the Royal Beauty Shop which is newly equipped and remodeled with the latest beauty appliances, with Miss Helen Williamson, operator. We so licit your continued patronage. Stan ley Smith, Prop. Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Chappell and ,D, PA, OUTING STARTS TUESDAY Iowa Newspapermen to Hold Two Day Session at Clear Lake. CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 7.--Plans are nearing completion for the two day outing to be held by the Iowa Daily Press association here next Tuesday and Wednesday. The program opens with a meet- ing.of directors at the Community hall Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. At noon there will be a luncheon for members and families at the Clear Lake Country club. In the afternoon there will be bridge for the women and a golf tournament for the men at the Country club. At 7 o'clock Tuesday evening a banquet will be held, with John Huston, Ottumwa, president of the association, presiding. The program, will include a floor show. Wednesdays' program starts with a business meeting at the community "hall with a luncheon at noon at the Clear Lake Country club. Bridge and golf will again be the diversion for the afternoon. The Rev. A. D. FreSen, Burlington, who has a class on "Old Testa-, ment Characters," each morning of daughters, Charlotte and Greta the week's schedule will have charge P lan to leave Thursday morning to of the Thursday evening program I spend the week-end at Arnold's at the camp. ALONZO LEACH TO DIRECT BAND [ park at Lake Okoboji. .They will attend the Christian Missionary Alliance, conducted by R. R. Brown. Mrs. Wayne Mohr and daughters, Betty and Connie Lou, of Detroit are visiting at the John Bohning and Willard Fulghum homes. Mrs. Mary Fulghum is also visiting at the Bohning home. Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan and o. I _ _ -- _ _ _ i . i i . UJ1U .1,41.3. u u f l l l L 3 U I 1 1 Y U I I 4 1 I I U nOrtnWOOd a n d Marble children, Maxine and Jack, of Des Rock Bandmasters to Assist. CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 7.--Alonzo Leach, Des Moines, prominent bandmaster of Iowa, and two north Iowa band directors, L. T. Dillon of Northwood and Keith Conklin, Marble Rock, will direct the massed band at the music.festival here Sun- j3ay night. About SOQpinusicians are ··s'Xoecte^to'jj^^fArfpate £K-tfte"ev£flt;* which begins at 8 o'clock. A 38 piece band from Nora Springs under the direction of Melvil Hill, graduate of Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, will be one of those participating. The unit has been organized since last September and includes students from the fourth grade on through high school. A half hour concert will be given during the afternoon by this group with the following program: Entrance and March oj Peers from "lolanthe," Sullivan Overture, "White Queen"... Metra March, "True Blue" K ing Selection, "Bohemian Girl" Dalbev- March, "Little Giant" M oon Skelly Gas Loses to Millers, but Cling to Top Series Post CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 7. UPt--The Millers dairy downed the Skelly gas 15 to 9 in the upset of the softbal series. Up to this time the Skelly gas had lost only two games. The 'gas toters were tied with, their opponents at six until the last inning- when the Millers brought in nine runs. The Phillips 66 won from the Kenyons 11 to 7 in a practice game after the Kenyons had forfeited the game because of lack of players TEAM STANDINGS W Skelly ......... g Millers ........ 5 Phillips 66 ..... 5 Kenyons ...... 3 L 3 6 6 8 Pet. .727 .455 .455 .273 Stork Reunion Held at Lake State Park CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 7.--The fifth annual picnic of the Stork reunion was held at the Clear Lake State park Sunday with a crowd of 71 attending. Relatives from Santa Ana, Cal., Iowa City, Nora Springs, Mason City, Ventura, Garner, Clear Lake, Des Moines, Albert Lea and Alden, Minn., attended. B» A D I/ THEATER r M l\ IX Clear Lake Wed.--"The Right to Live- Thursday and Friday "Ruggles of Red Gap" Adults lie Children lOc Moines have returned after a vacation at Clear Lake. Noble Gividen, Middleton, Ohio, left Wednesday for Ms home after a two months' visit with his uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Chappell. Edward Chappell accompanied him home for a visit. Kollin Bohnlug, Chicago, arrived Wednesday morning to spend two days visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bohning, South Fourtij strjiet^,-- -··--·-·" -'-·-. Mr. ana" Mrs. F. P. Walker and son, Bob, returned Tuesday from a .rip to Cheyenne, Wyo., Yellowstone National park and the Black Hills. ?hey also spent some time at a dude ranch near Yellowstone where hey rode horseback in the mouu- .ains and went trout fishing. The Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Milne, Muscatine, are enroute to Denver, for a few weeks vacation. Miss Billy Milne of Muscatine visited with friends in Clear Lake Tuesday. Mrs. Norman Nelson is spending; this week in Titonka with relatives. The Rev. and Mrs. Alvin Prest- holt returned to Chicago after two weeks' visit in Clear Lake with relatives. At a family gathering at the C. A. Knutson lawn Thursday night, five brothers and sisters were together, Mrs. S. M. Stenby, Mrs. H. M. Dunsmoor, Mrs. Alvin Prest- flolt, George Knutson and C. A. Knutson. Mr. and airs. Clifford B. Hansen and daughter, Osa Mae, Reno, Nev.; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hubbard, Sacramento, Cal., are houseguests at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hayden, north shore. Both the Hansens and Hubbards are former residents of Clear Lake, having spent their youth here. Mr. and Mrs. 3. F. Robinson and family of Crawfordsville, Ind., are making an indefinite stay in the J. D. Ezra home at 209 South Center street. Mrs. Hattie Stork and Mrs. Nellie Watts spent the week-end at the home of William Hurd, north ox Clear Lake. Mrs. Abbie L. Rowe of Atlantic, Mrs. T. H. O'Brien and daughter, Mary Rosalie.and Miss Lucile McGee, Des Moines, left Wednesday morning for Sioux City after a visit with Mrs. Harry Hall at the Lake Shore hotel. Mrs. Rowe is mother and Mrs. O'Brien is a sister of Mrs. Hall. Mrs. Grace Barlow and daughter, Frances, Colton, Cal., arrived Tuesday from the east where they visited with Mrs. Barlow's son in New Jersey. They will spend several weeks in Clear Lake at the F. R. Barlow home, North Elm street and with other relatives before returning: home. The Rev. Jotm Howard Blough, pastor of the Mulford Congregational church at Muscatine, accompanied by his family and Elmer Hurst and family of Elgin, 111., are vacationing at the Harriet cottage at Oakwood. They will be week-end Civ.c League Flower Show Planned Aug. 20 in Knutson Garden CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 7.--The annual summer Civic league lawn party will be held at the C. A. Knutson home, Aug. 20. A flower show will be a feature of the afternoon. A number of prizes are being offered for various types of flowers for different groups of persons. Music during the afternoon will be furnished by the Clear Lake band after which tea will be served. The flower show is being sponsored by members of the conservation committee, Mrs. A. I. Sondrol, Mrs. C. C. Branson, Mrs. Lillian Overton, Mrs. E. B. Stillman and Mrs. C. A. Knutson. * S * 4-H GIRLS TO MEET WITH MISS NICHOLAS. Lake's Ambitious Vestas 4-H club will hold its monthly meeting at the Idella Nicholas cottage near the fish hatchery Thursday, Aug. 15. Articles made for the fair exhibit and record books are to be brought to the meeting. Farewell Party Held for Noble Gividen CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 7.--A farewell party was held at the Dr. E. E. Chappell cottage on the north shore as a courtesy to Noble Gividen, Middleton, Ohio, nephew of Mrs. Chappell who has spent the past two months here. Guests included: Maxine Christensen, Maxine Fox, Melba Jacobsen, Helen Aucker, Marguerite Kennedy, Clayton Pittman, David Barber, Lloyd Lyon, Marion Phillippe, Greta and Edward Chappell. The evening was spent informally playing ping pong and swimming. A lunch was served at the close of the evening. Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Catholic Ladies' aid public supper at church. --Rotary club at Lake Shore hotel, 12:15. --Band concert in city park. --Dance at Surf ballroom, Slatz Randall playing. --Trinity circle at Mrs. Lewis Halvorson home, 122 East Division street. --Rotary club at Lake Shore hotel, 12:15. Friday--Deborah circle at Mrs. R. J. Dodge home, 704 West Jefferson, 2:30. --Mixed dance at Surf. --Cbirstian Workers at Mrs. Vawter home, 309 North Fifth. --Busy Bee club at city hall, Mrs. Sam Hyde, hostess. --Convention of Society of Iowa Florists at Clear Lake Country club. Saturday--Convention of Society of Iowa Florists at Clear Lake Country club. Miss Anderson Hired as New Lake Teacher CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 7.--Miss Audrey Anderson of Alta has accepted a position teaching in the fifth grade of the Lincoln school, filling the vacancy caused by the resignation of Helen Stuntz. Miss Anderson has been teaching at Hinton in the western part of the state for several years. She received her education from the Buena Vista college, Storm Lake, and Iowa State Teachers' college, Cedar Falls. FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THE NICHOLS SERVICE STATION 5th and Main St., Clear Lake, Iowa SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 FREE y -Treats to a " °'d an .d new custom - ers. We appreciate your business the past year and hope to give you the best of service the coming year. "Bob" Nichols, Prop. Fred Shelp, Assistant. guests at the home -of the Rev. Blough's cousin, the Rev. H. E. Blough of Clear Lake, over the week-end. Both of the cousins were reared in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs, Pitson of Germania, are houseguests at the home of their son, C. A. Pitsor and family. The Shipley family of Clarion held a reunion at the city park at Clear Lake Sunday at which Mr and Mrs. C. P. McVicker attended. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Anderson, East Center street, have returned from a few days' stay in Minneapolis. They were accompanied by Mr. Anderson's mother who will spend two weeks here with relatives at Garner and Forest City. \ FORMER LAKER DIES IN EAST Mrs. Ray McConn, Worcester, Mass., Suffered Long Illness. CLEAR LAKE, Aug. 7.--Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Stillman received word of the death of Mrs. Ruth McConn, Worcester, Mass., who died July 27. Mrs. McConn, the wife of Ray McConn, former residents of Clear Lake, had been in failing health lor the past eight months suffering from cancer near the left lung. During their stay in Clear Lake Mr. McConn was a salesman for the Wyman Partridge company of Minneapolis and was later associated with C. H. Ream, once superintendent of schools here, in the. insurance business. leaving for Worcester in 1925, where he continued in the insurance business. Iowa Cityan Secretary of Pharmacy Association PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 7. (IF)-Zada M. Cooper, Iowa City, Iowa will serve as secretary of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. She was chosen fo r the post at the convention of the Amer- At Country Club It was announced Wednesday that Slatz Randall and his Brunswick recording orchestra \vill appear at the beautiful Clear Lake Country club Saturday night, Aug. 10. Three singers, Miss Donna Kae, "Friday" Hughes and "Royal" Epperson, will be featured throughout the dance. A clever floor show will be presented at 12 o'clock, rcild- this special event. There will be night, as an added attraction for no advance in price, according to Walter Ames, manager. ican Pharmaceutical here today. association GHARITON MAN IOWA K. P, HEAD Gookin Elected to Succeed Hughes of Clear Lake at Grand Lodge. WATERLOO, Aug. 7. (If)--A.. B. Gookin, Chariton, was elected grand chanchellor of Knights of Pythias, domain of Iowa, Wednesday afternoon at the sixty-sixth annual grand lodge here. M. P. Hughes, Clear Lake, is retiring grand chancellor. Other officers named are: C. I. White, Oakland, grand vice chancellor: Foster Briggs, Sutherland, grand prelate: Ivor Whitted, Monroe, grand master-at-arms; W. G. Snyer, Belle Plaine, grand inner guard; Hans Timm, Walcott, grand outer guard; W. H. Bucholz, Greene, grand trustee, and B. E. Rhinehart, Anamosa, supreme representative. Ward Ferguson, Des Moines, grand keeper of records and seal for 20 years, was re-elected, as was Frank Goddard, Rose Hill, grand master of the exchequer. The grand temple of Pythian Sisters convened at 10 a. m., Wednesday for its forty-fifth annual convention. Three hundred delegates and visitors of both orders had reg- istered Wednesday. Four hundred persons attended the joint social session of Knights and Sisters Tuesday night. R. 0. Garber, Des Moines, supreme representative, will address the Iowa Dozen club dinner at the evening session of the knights Thursday. The Rev. S. 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