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December 18, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 18 1933 Be Sensible! Be Smart! Give RTS We're almost giving them away--so you'd better, too! Full cut fine broadcloth. Plain or fancy. Boys' broadcloth shirts 69c Tuck in a bright tie with evei-y shirt! Hand made; lined. Remarkable values. Gift Slippers lor Women $1.49pr. Trim black kid boudoir slippers with r u b b e r topped heel. 3-8 Tots' Slippers For Gifts 69C pair Darling- g i f t s for tots n n d children. Wool- skin sheep slippers. Boys' Slippers Ward's Low I'rico 49C pair A grand Christmas gift, brown. warm felt slippers w i t h toe design. "Something for the Table" Fine Linen Crash Cloths SACH She'll go Into raptures over this beautiful 42-in. s q u a r e cloth. Dashing colored striped borders. Gift for Linen Closets! Ward's Big Value Longwear Sheets Ward's Low Price 98 each 3 years or longer . . . LONGWEARS last in service tests. Full bleached strong cotton muslin; torn hems and tape selvage edges. 81x99- inch. PILLOW CASES, 42x3B, Sac Give Any Man a Blanket Bath Robe Warm, sturdy, serviceable cotton -- famous Whittenton cloth. Rolled lapel collar, two roomy patch pockets, contrasting cord girdle. Maroon, blue or brown jacquard patterns. Honest-to-Goodness Gift! Warm Full Cut MELTON CLOTH BLAZER $-8.49 A perfect gift for any man. Soft supple cloth, well made, elastic knit bottom. Blue. 36 to 4S. Big in Size, Value and Savings S7.00 down, $7.50 monthly, plus carrying charge If you are after size with value--then see this suite! Extra heavy posts on the bed. Extra large mirrors. Deep drawers in Vanity and Chest. Heavy wood carvings! A big buy! 24-30 SECOND STREET N. E. TELEPHONE 57 Lake GIobe^Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-VV OFFICE PHONE No. 239 TOYS RAPAIRED FOR CHRISTMAS Stafford Post to Distribute Them to Needy Children. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 18.--About 400 toys have been repaired and rejuvenated in the toy workshop of the manual arts department of the high school under the direction of Wayne SI. Judy. The most ' ' icate toy motors caused the students quite a bit of trouble Diving them experience in the building of toys, tin work, metal work, soldering and molding not included in the regular course of manual training. Each article is disinfected, then repaired as to the parts and working condition of the toy, sandpapered and then painted. Among the big articles were sleds, doll beds, child's ironing boards, doll furniture, airplanes and zeppeiins. Most of the toys were donated by school children and will be distributed to the needy families of the city at Christmas time by the Stafford port of the American Legion, which is sponsoring this drive. Earl Colburn, S. P. Hansen and Lyle Stunkard are co-chairmen of this committee. About 30 dolls have been dressed by local troops of the Girl Scouts under the direction of Miss Emmabelle Thomas. The old dolls have been repaired and new clothing made for them. The Camp Fire girls assisted in this project. The dolls will also be turned over to the Legion post for distribution. Apples and candy will also be donated by :he Legion and distributed with the toys. LEE DEW1GGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 fSjgSigpW^igSIBWSl' Vfrs. Huntting Takes Honor.s at Bridge Fete CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 18.--Mrs. 'eter Anderson entertained a group f friends at a bridge luncheon at icr home on North Fifth street Frilay afternoon. Mrs. Edward Huntting received the prize for high core and Mrs. Myron Stephenson or second high in bridge. Mrs. F. V. Stephenson of Mason City was he only out of town guest. The uncheon table was attractively decorated, in holly and white tapera. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--P. E. O. meets at Mrs. Ira Jones home, North Third street. Teachers' social club party at Clear Lake Country club. Congregational Missionary society meets at Mattie Colburn home, 2:30. Wednesday--O. D. O. club meets with Mrs. Charles Chase, Rogers hotel. Liony club meets at Lions cafe at noon. W. C. T. U. at Mrs. J. C. Davenport home. Clear Lake vs. Belmond, basketball game at Belmond. Christmas program at Sheridan school. Thursday--Altrurlan club Christmas party at Mrs. O. J. King home. Pythian Sisters meet at I. O. O. F. hall at noon. Friday--Dance at Community building. Saturday--Dance at Clear Lake Country clubJ ALEX SPILLMAN DIES SUDDENLY Prominent Farmer Stricken With Heart Attack on Sunday Moring. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 18.--Alex Spillman, 40, died suddenly from a heart attack at his farm home south of Clear Lake at 2 o'clock Sunday morning. He had done his regular farm work on Saturday with no complaint as to any sickness. He had been engaged in farming south of Clear Lake all of his life, riaking a name for himself as a stock breeder. He is survived by his widow and three children, Marian, 19; Lloyd -8, and Elsie, 14; three brothers, Harry, Dan and Tom Spillman, all of Clear Lake, and four sisters, Mrs. George Hugh, Mrs. Earl Eastman and Mrs. Claire Holmes, all of Clear Lake, and Mrs. Chester Johnson, Faith, S. Dak. Funeral services are planned for Wednesday. You can say this for the depression: It helps the big businessman to get his mind off his chronic slice. --Fountain tnn Tribune. WINTER SPORTS IN FULL SWAY Ice Hockey, Iceboating and Skating Are Most Popular. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 18.--Clear Lake was a mecca for winter sport fans Sunday when scores of skaters and ice boats made their debut on the lake. The colorful array of sport outfits were reflected on the mirror-like ice which Is from six to eight inches thick at the present time. Headquarters for the winter sports are at the Welimon heach although the ice is smooth at all points. A stretch of 50 to 70 yards of rough ice extends along' the shore at all places except at the beach. About 20 iceboats glided across the surface throughout the day. An ice hockey game between the Clear Lake team and a pickup bunch was played on the new rink, the locals winning 7 to 5. The local skaters were Vincent Minette, Bob Adams, Ollie Hanna, Herbert Christensen, Ed Lincicum and Bob Stenby. The pickup team included Eddie Rondell, Mason City, Jack DeWig- gins, Tom Wood, Bob Bigg, Les Hansen, Keitli Raw and Bert Morse. Rondell was outstanding for the losers, making his way with the puck with from his wing- position down the defense and scoring several times. Hanna and Adams were outstanding for the locals. L. L. Bless Are Hosts . to Christmas Party CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 18.--Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bless entertained five couples at dinner at the Clear Lake Country club Sunday evening. The group adjourned' to the Bless home at Ventura where bridge was played and Christmas gifts were given to the. guests. Missionary Society to Meet. CLEAR LAKE, Dee. 18.--Mrs. Mattie Colburn will be hostess to members of the Congregational M^ sionary society Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. W. R. Clack will 'lead the lesson on "World Peace and Good Will." Mason City Couple Is Married at Lake CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 18.--Carroll Earl Schoonover and Dorothy Irene Klatt, both of Mason City, were married at 4:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Zion Lutheran par~ sonage, East Main street, the Rev. H. O. Urneas officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Otto, Jr., of Mason City, attended them. SIX ELIMINATED JN BEDLAM WORK Five Contestants Selected to Represent Lake in Contest. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 18.--Five contestants were selected In each group for declamatory work this year. Five students will be represented in each of the five schools competing, Belmond, Forest City, Clear Lake, Buffalo Center and Lake Mills. The trophy will be given to the school winning the most places. This contest is planned for February. Participating in the elimination contest Friday in the oratorical group were Gerald Alter, Harold Charlesworth, Clarence Pease, Jr., Lucille Winnie, Tom Wood, Frank Sheehy and Virginia Yelland. Those selected for the final home contest include H. Charlesworth, Clarence Pease, Frank Sheehy, Lucille Winnie and Virginia Yelland. In the humorous division were Audrey Deibler, Dorothy Dolley, Margery Jacobson, Evelyn Mitchell, Kathleen Watts, Cherie Whitney and Marguerite Winnie. Those selected for the home contest were Dorothy Dolley, Margery Jacobson, Evelyn Mitchell, Kathleen Watts and Marguerite Winnie. In teh dramatic section were Gretchen Bohning, Charlott Chappell, Marguerite Johnson, Dorothy Kenyon, Arlene Thompson, Kathryn Wood and Margaret. Wurtzer. The quintet selected for further competition includes Charlotte Chappell, Marguerite Johnson, Dorothy Ken3'on, Arlene Thompson and Margaret Wurtzer. Declamatory wcrlc is directed by Miss Myrtle Oulman. FIRE DESTROYS RURAL SCHOOL Structure Near Clarksville Valued at $1,000; Blaze Origin Unknown. CLARKSVILLE, Dec. 18.--Fire oC unknown origin destroyed the rural schoolhouse in Dayton township district No. 8 Friday evening-, after the teacher, Margaret Hagarty, and tho pupils had all left for home. The fire was discoverel by the Walter Newton family returning to town after visiting in the farm home of Mr. and Mrs, Ace Wood. The neighbors toofc a hand in getting out the stove, other furniture and equipment and all of the books. The building had been built several years and tho director, Walter Miller, placed a value of $1,000 on it. It was Insured for ?600. It was known aa the Wygle school. Bremer County Spent $3,086 in Two Cases WAVERLY, Dec. 18.--Bremer county expended ?3,086 for prosecuting F. J. Wilharm and S. A. Munger, former Sumner bankers, on charges of accepting deposits while the bank was insolvent. The two men pleaded guilty after being indicted. Expenditures include 5618,50 to M. E. Geiser of New Hampton, special counsel and $1,493,05 to W. H. Wehrmacher of Waverly, special counsel. Grand jury witness fees were 5330.10, jurors' fees, $-184.40, and expenditures for resisting' change of venue, 51S8.85. General O'Duffy Is Arrested in Ireland WESTPORT, Mayo, Irish Free State, Dec. 18. UP)--It was the government's next move today in the bitter political warfare climaxed iast night by the long expected arrest of Gen. Ediu O'Duffy. The blue shirted co-leader of the United Ireland party, opposing the government of President Bamon De Valera, was, hustled into police barracks after a series of clashes between his followers and police. Most of us would welcome any change in our system that would leave us some change in our pocket.--Dallas News. PARK THEATER MONDAY IOC--2GO "Man's Castle" TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY "Golden Harvest" Rlchnrd Arlen, Chester Morris UATIGAIN NIGHTS--lOc W. H. Dickirson "received word word this week-end of the death of his -father-in-law, Lars Lorentzen, 92, at Thompson Saturday afternoon. He is also the grandfather of Lloyd Lorentzen, employe of the First National bank, Mason City. Mrs. Dickirson has been at Thomp son caring for him the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Layman and daughter, Dolores, Mason City, Mr and Mrs. Louia Kutschara, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Amundson, Clear LakC; and Miss Sarah Neiling, Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ferson home on the south shore. Carl Bless of Corwith spent Sun day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert Bless, Clara street. John Ferguson is ill at the George Ott home, South Fourth street. Miss Amber Brown who Is work ing at Forest City spent the weekend in Clear Lake with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brown North Third street. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wnrren Pattie MarshalItown, were week-end guests at the home of Mr. Pattie's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pattie, North Third street. Mrs. Charles Chase will bo host- ess'to members of the O. D. O. club Wednesday afternoon at the Rogers hotel. Mr. and airs. Joe Power and Joe Manning have vacated their cottage on the Camp Grounds and tak'en an apartment at the Eadmar hotel, Mason City, for the winter. Mrs. Dorothy Rinard is expected to arrive Tuesday evening from University of Iowa, Iowa City, to spend the holidays with her daughter, Nancy, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pattie. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. G. Cookman plan to drive to Iowa, City Tuesday to accompany home their daughter, Elise, and-Louise Jensen, students of the university, to spend the holidays here. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Booth, and sen, Junior, were week-end guests of Mrs. Booth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Martin, South Fourth street. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Kubrick were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Norquist at Mason City. The group attended the Messiah at the M E. church in the evening. Rollin Bohning, student nt Iowa State college, Ames, and Gladys Bohning, student at University of Iowa, Iowa City, are expected to arrive Tuesday evening to spend the Christmas holidays with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Bohning, South Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cart of Mason City were hosts to a dance at the George Kabrick home on Clark street Saturday night. Ten couples from Kensett, Mason City and Clear Lake were entertained. A box lunch was served at midnight. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ixui Hanson of Minneapolis spent the week-end in Clear Lake with frjenda. /CO^S ^JV A H E A R T - iV A R M I N G This Year dive GENERAL ELECTRIC RADIO Model K-43 nils unique And attractive table model is a superheterodyne encnaed In a walnut cabinet of Byzantine origin. It provides adequate reception for atanil- nrrt radio broadcasts, pi[ Ce calls, etc. Mode! K-53 Model K-53 provides radio reception th at c oul A well b e exp ectc d from A larger nnfl higher priced, act. U is convenient to place In any room in the house. Model B-81 A small yet efficient radio receiver brought nut by G, E, engineers to give you the compact type yet a powerful set with superior quaitly reception. Model K-63 A set that provides performance anil tone quality of a caliber that makes thin set an excellent replacement or second set flt a loiv price. Has ver- nier control. Model K-52 A. superheterodyne, housed In a. hand- aome Gothic style cabinet, ita performance lit adequate either for personal use or for general home reception Model K-66 An attractive, moderately priced radio ivlth excellent tone and performance. Easier liming through the use of. a vernier liming dial. Model K-126 Such features na HiRh-power, Twtn- p\ish Amplification, Dual Automatic Volume Control, Automatic Lo-Tone Compensator and many others mfce this model one or the most, outstanding. Model K-85 A high-powered superheterodyne Tvltli twin-push amplification. It affords superlative reception of regular broadcasts, and for the first time makes possible enjoyable short wave reception. Buy on Time TEHMS AS I.OW AS $1 Per Week MIER WOLF 8c SONS

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