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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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DECEMBER 19 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN CAFE EMPLOYES GATHERING SET FOR WEDNESDAY Cota Says It Is Call to Arms for Entire Industry. A mass meeting of restaurant em- ployes has been called by F. X. Cota, president of the Labor assembly, for Wednesdav afternoon at 2:30 o'clock for the purpose of taking up the hotel and restaurant code. "This is a call to arms against the code as it has been adopted," said Mr. Cota. "We are advised the restaurant code which will include restaurants in hotels and elsewhere is to provide for a 51 hour week and an hourly wage graduating downward from 28 cents for the north to 23 cents for the southern cities including the District of Columbia," said Mr. Cota. "The code carries with it a 50 per cent reduction for all service employes--that ia employes who receive tips or gratuities--a reduction o£ $3 a week for meals and $2.50 for lodging. Other reductions for uniforms also are permitted. "It has been said with truthfulness that the hotel code was 'rotten and from all indications the restaurant code will be far worse. The question is: Are we going to submit to such a program without resistance. "The national recovery administration must be shown and they and wo are now demanding that the masses of the workers in the hotel and restaurant industry speak out. This is not a movement against president Roosevelt's program of recovery. It is a protective measure that will assure the success of his program." Home From Wyoming. BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Yost returned home from New Castle, Wyo., where Mr. Yost has had a construction crew working at road building. sprcgignggsEi^sa^yj^fflya^^ Clear Lake Globe^Gazette 1 OFFICE PHONE 1 T No. 239 ' HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W i^^ LEE DEW1GGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone C7 fgg^agsagan^^ Poo? BENEFIT FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22 ARMORY Dancing 9 to 13 O'clock Clarence Craven And His DCS Jloines Orchestra Admission 75c Per Couple Extra Lady 25c Sponsored by Junior Chamber of Commerce and Benefit of Christmas Lighting Decoration Fund. I ~ M~nl ~ ·Mt. CHRISTMAS PLAY WILL BE GIVEN R o l e s Are Portrayed by Members of Golden Masque. CLEAR LAKE, Dee. 19.--The Christmas play, "The Gift," by Marie Foley will be given by the members ^f the Golden Masque at the high school Christmas program Friday afternoon a' 1 o'clock. It Is a story of the miracle healing of Christ. Characters in the play are,Joel, the lame boy, played by Margaret Wurtzer; Gabriel, a boy, played by Charlotte Cliappell; Malachi, an old man, played by Harper Joslyn; Huldah, played by Dorothy Dolley; the stranger, a blind man, played by Harold Charlesworth; and Martha, Gabriel's sister, played by Kathleen Watts. Assisting with the producing of the play are Miss Myrtie Oulman, director; Virginia Yelland, costumes; Lillian Alter, Marguerite Johnson, stage managers; Clarence Pease, Rc-nald Rawson and Milo Knutson, assistant state managers, and Jean Siesseger, hand properties. The Golden Masque is being assisted by the high school glee clubs for its musical atmosphere at Christmas. The members who have been elected to membership in the drama club will be revealed by the masking of these persona as they sit in the auditorium. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS TITTLE BROS. PACKING Co. INC. I'HONK 603 105 SOUTH FEDERAL HAMBURGER * BOILING BEEF .......................................... lb. 3V 2 c · BEEF STEAK, round silroin lb. 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BATTERY CABLES 19' up FREE Battery testing and inspection JOE DANIELS MASTER SERVICE STATION Don't Cuss C Q Q Fone Us ... OOO Corner First Street S. W. nnd Washington Avenue GOODYEAR WAREHOUSE Don't Cuss 1 AQC Fonc Us ... 1400 Corner 2nd St. N. E. ami Del. Ave.--S. of New Postofflce Mrs. 'Joslyn Attends Services for Mother CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 19.--Mrs. A. A. Joslyn is in Lauren;; where she vas called by the death of her mother, Mrs. T. J. Wheeler, who died at a Des Moines sanitarium. Dr. Joslyn and daughter, Alberta, plan to go Wednesday to Laurens :o attend the funeral services. Mrs Wheeler is survived by her husband, who has spent much time in Clear Lake and two daughters, Mrs. Joslyn, and Mrs. S. H. Thompson of Ames. Mrs. Wheeler had been ill for more than one year. A Christmas program will bo given at the Grant township school No. 8 Thursday evening. Miss Esther Puegrgelis is the teacher of the school. Clear Lake stores will remain open evenings beginning Wednesday night for the remainder of the week to accommodate late Christmas shoppers. Daughters of Union veterans will meet Thursday evening at the Mrs. J. F. Charlesworth home, East Main street. The beginners class of the SI. K. Sunday school will be entertained at a Christmas program at the church Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock."Practice for the program Christmas eve will also be held. C. E. Wells, owner ot the Wells garage, left Tuesday for Detroit where ha and other Chevrolet dealers will be shown the new Chevrolet. Sir. and Mrs. Don Decker, North Second street, have taken an apartment at the Kirk at Mason City. Mrs. L. C. Reynolds and daughter, Virginia, of Chadron, Nebr., are houseguests of Mrs. Reynolds' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Bonner, 315 South Second street. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Whitesldeu und son, Theodore are spending this week with relatives in Illinois. Mr. Whitesides is also attending a shoe salesman's convention at St. Louis. They plan to return to their home here Saturday. Harold Phillips loll Tuesday morning for Iowa City where he will accompany Ronald Phillips to his home here. Dr. Robert Phillips of New Haven, Conn., will also join his brother, Donald, and accompany him home to spend th holidays with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Phillips. Francis Rogers.mode a business trip to ea Moines Monday. C. M. Holmes spent Monday night at Randalib. with his mother, Mrs. D. M. Holmes, who is seriously ill. He returned Tuesday morning for science classes at the high school: Members of Uoyal club will hold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. D. D. Dye Thursday afternoon. A picnic luncheon will be served and gift exchange held. Members are to bring one covered dish and sandwiches. H.S.T.Glub Holds Party for Friends Radio Program and Games Feature Entertainment at Hughes Home. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 19.--Girls in the H. S. T. club entertained guests at a Christmas party at the home of Mary Aim Hughes Saturday night. The evening was spent in playing games, ping pong, cards and dancing-, after which refreshments were served. Upon arrival each was given a card decorated in red and green on which was the signature of everyone present, a forfeit being the penalty for any missing names. Miss Genevievc Milburn, the chaperons spoke briefly welcoming the guests. The feature of the entertainment was a radio program which included impromptu numbers by the various guests. Guests included Dean Davis, Arthur Canfield, Torn Wood, Thomas Adams, Harold FIstler, Phillip Sheridan, Francis Drew, Harold Beckett, Junior Martin, Reinhart Andersen, Dick Krall and Marvin Winnie. Lillian Alter, Cora Clock, Dorothy Sherman and Gratchen Bohnlng were on the entertainment committee, Elizabeth Ann Branson, Marguerite Johnson and Lucille Winnie on the refreshment committee, Eloise Sandry and Mary Ann Hughes on the decorating committee. Winifred Sandry, Virginia Yelland and Evangeline Gardner on the Invitation committee. O.E.S. to Elect New Officers at Meeting CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 19.--Members of the Eastern Star will meet Wednesday evening at the Masonic temple. Election of officers is the feature of the business meeting. A 6:30 dinner 'will be served by Mrs. L. O. Kimball and her committee. Clear Lake Calendar Wednesday--O. D. O. club meets with Mrs. Charles Chase, Rogers hotel. Lions 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. Eastern Star meets at Masonic temple, 6:30. Thursday--Christmas programx at Grant township school No, 8. Altrurian club Christmas party at Mrs. O. J. King home. Pythian Sisters meets at I. O. O. F. hall at noon. Cerro Gordo Rural W. C. T. U. meets at Mrs. Roy Wescott home. Royal club meets at Mrs. D. D. Dye. 'riday--Dance at Community building, Huck Shaffer playing. Christmas program at high school, 1 o'clock. aturday--Dance at Clear Lake Country club. W. C. T. TJ. to Meet. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 19.--Members of the Cerro Gordo rural W. C. T. U., will meet with Mrs. Roy Wescott Thursday afternoon. An exchange of gifts will be held and the collection of the afternoon will be sent to Benedict's home in Des Moines. A Christmas program will be given. PARK THEATER .Tuesday and Wednesday "Golden Harvest" Richard Arlen - Chester Morr!n BARGAIN NIGHTS--lOc DON'T OVERLOOK the appearance of your CLOTHES during tho HOLIDAYS OUR SCIENTIFIC CLEANING will restore their original newness Clear Lake Laundry and Cleaners PHONE 444 Amerlrnn Ijiiinrtry fieri Ice Marshall and Swift Falls to Have License. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 19.--Sydney Halford of Ventura was fined $5 and costs in justice of peace court before Charles W. Wallace. The offense was operating a trailer without a licence Monday afternoon. J. J. Burnett, state motor inspector, filed the Information. HUGHTSMAYBE NEWS. U.I. HE AD President of State College Considered as Successor to Jessup. IOWA. CITY, Dec. 10. UP)--A new name, that of Dr. Raymond M. Hughes, president of Iowa State college, figured in the discussion of a successor to President Walter A. Jesaup of the University of Iowa today. While the rumor that Dr. Hughes was being 1 considered for the presidency of the state university was entirely unconfirmed by any member of the state board of education, prominent members of the university faculty maintained that his name was up for consideration. They pointed out that little change of policy might be expected If Dr. Hughes were selected for the job, since he and President Jessup were close friends and in general agreement as to policy. Members of the university staff were anxious that a faculty com mittee be appointed to work witl the state board of education in se lecting the successor to Prcsidenl Jessup. They pointed out that i one of the present university exe cntives is selected, that there is a possibility of friction developing within the teaching staff. Deans of three colleges in th university are being mentioned th most frequently for the presidency if the board decides not to loo: elsewhere. They were Paul C. Pack if of the college of education, gene A. Gilmore of the college o iaw, and Unester A. Phillips of tn college of commerce. President Jessup, who will leav the university May 1 to becom head of the Carnegie Foundatio for the. Advancement of Teaching declined to comment. Wa-Tan-Ye Club Will Give Toys to Needy Children on Holidays CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 19.--Miss Phebe Rogers entertained members of the Wa-Tan-Ye club nt a Christmas party at her .home on North Second street Monday evening. A Christmas program was given under the direction of Mrs. Edith Naylor. A nvunber of Christmas carols were played and Miss Alma Davis, juvenile librarian at Mason City, read several Christmas stories to the group. Mrs. Mary Bowman read a Christmas poem. The toys were opened and will be turned over to the Stafford post of the American Legion for distribution to the needy families at Christmas time. Miss Emmabelle Thomas display- d all of the dolls which have been epaired and clothed for the poor y the Girl Scouts. Miss Arlovene Kuglcr was the nly guest. LIONS TO MEET BELMONDGAGERS Miller and Chizek Are Out of Competition Wednesday. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 19.--Clear Lake's Lions will face Bclmond's Bronchos Wednesday night at Belmond with only three regulars on the squad. The second team may make the trip to a preliminary game with the opponents. Adam Miller, flashy forward from last season, is suffering from glandular trouble and is under the care of a physician. He may not be able to return to the cage camp this season. Chizek, a guard, will be out of the game this week because of scholastic difficulties. Reserves Good. Several ot the reserves are looking good and have promise of working into the local machine without difficulty. Dean Ashland, who plays a good defensive game in practice against the first string, will be given his chance to make a go of Chiaek's guard post. He showed up steady and hard fighting in the Garner game, but may be short of experience. Barber is taking the forward position of Miller and with two nights' drilling with the varsity should be in tip top shape to contribute to the scoring machine of the locals. Last night Liens and Barber looked especially good as point-getter's. Lett by Gnelz. The Bronchos have five lettermen and three reserves from last season on their squad. Goclz, the lanky backfield threat of the gridiron, is the nucleus around which the cage team is also built. Other lettermen having berths on the first string arc W. Liiick, F. Leavy, K. Madsen and Ralph Hake. Reserves include Ray and Roy Hake and Nolte. Britt defeated Belmoml by two points in the season opener this last week-end. THOGERSON, 78, HER Local Resident Since 1882 to Be Buried Following Rites Saturday. Martin Thogerson, 78, resident of Mason City since 1882, died nt 12:30 o'clock Tuesday afternon nt the home of his son, 6(51 Twelfth street northeast. He was a tailor by trade, learning: tlie trade in Denmark. Funeral services will he held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the McAuley mortuary. A Christian Science reader will be in charge. Burial will be made in Elmwood cemetery. Mr. Thogcrson was born Nov. 21. 1S55. in Denmark. He came to the United States in 1S81 and a year later settled in Mason City, where he bad since resided. He was twice married, both wives preceding him in death. Surviving are his sons, T. C. Thogerson of Cnrthageim, Colombia, South America, Anna Thogerson of Pasadena, Cal. O. J. Thogerson of Florida, Mrs. W. A. Wopschall of Jausen, Sask., Canada, P, W. Thog- crson of Chicago and P. J. Thoger- son of Mason City. Also living arc a granddaughter, four grandsons, a brother, Snm of Chicago, and a sister, Mrs. Hans Christiansen of Fort Dodge. Mr. Thogerson was a member the I. O. O. F., all branches. Railroad Trainmen Forty-Second Annual Dance Monday Night A. L. Kirby, chairman of the advance ticket sale committee, reports that a large number of tickets have already been sold for the forty-second annual CIV'H*"" 1 !! dance which if) being sponsored by the Brotherhood of Railroad trainmen. The affair will be held at the Mason City armory next Monday night, Doc. 25. Red Wilson nnd his orchestra or 10 pieces will supply the music and n variety of entertainment. Mr. Kirby states that the members of his organization were in favor off hiring a local orchestra, in order to help support the musicians who spend their money in this community, nncl that they v^ere pleased that Wilson's orchestra was available for this affair. The armory will he in holiday attire for this dancing party. When Your Cough Hangs On, Mix ThVat Home Saves Oood Money! No Cookingl of Occupants of Car at Dows Hurt in Mishap DOWS, Dec. ID.--Mr. and Mrs. George Echelberger are suffering two cracked ribs each and Mrs. Echelberger a broken collarbone, from an anutomohile accident. They and Mr. uncl Mrs. V. C. Poncin and Dale were returning from Webster City when the car skidded on the ice and turned over twice down a steep bank. Mr. Poncin was driving and received a few cuts and bruises. Mrs. Poncin's bade was badly wrenched and she suffered numerous bruises. Shaffer Band Will Play for Lake Dance CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 19.--Huck ihaffer and his band will play for he dance Friday night at the Community building. A special Christmas danc; la planned for Monday night by the same group of spon- ors. COG'S Music Mixers will fur- lish the music. Alex Spillman Rites Planned for Thursday CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 19.--Funeral services for Alex Spillmixn, 40, will be held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Spillman farm home south of Clear Lake and at 2 o'clock at the Congregational church. The Rev. W. B. Milne will officiate mid burial will ho made in the Clear Lake cemetery. Mrs. Kelling, Ledyard, 111 Several Months, Dies LEDYARD, Dec. 19.--Mrs. Henry ICelling of Grant township died Saturday morning of dropsy. Mrs. Kelling had been in poor health ior sevcrnl months. It you -want tho test cough remedy that money e:m buy, mix it (it lioiw. It costs vi'ry little, yet it's the most reliable, qmck-aclinK medicine you ever used. The wny it lakes linlil of Blut]- Imrn couRliH, giving immediate relief, Any druggist can supply you with 2V ounces of Fines. I'our this into a pint liottle, uml add grnmilntccl siiRixr Byrnp to innUe n full pint. Tit inuha Hvrup, use '2 cops of sugar nnd one cu) of water, nnd stir ft few momenta until dissolved. No conking uevili'il. It's DO trouble nt nil, nnd gives yon four tunes as mncii couyb tnedioine for y o n r money --. n re:il family supply. Keeps ]ier- £eutly and tnstcs line. It is surprising how nuickly tnia loosens tlm p'rm-lndcn phK'grn, soother nnd IicnJ.i the inllnincfl mi-inbranefl, clears llio n i r pussngi's, nnd thus cnda n severe conpii ill n hurry. I'inex is ft comtmund of Norwfty Pino, in concontrntcd form, the most reliniile henling ugent for sevi-re eoiiRbs. 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BETTER MEATS IXJWEIl PRICES CHEESE If you have a weakness for good limburger, get Borden's. Bordert has toned down this famous cheese without sacrificing any of that teal Limhurger flavor. KENYON'S DAIRY PRODUCTS WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF Few Cents More nnd Get Kanyons Fresh-Churned Butter Choice Yearling LAMB ROAST CHOPS STEAK Tender Youn? Beef ROASTS CHOICE LEAN CUTS LEG OF LAMB lOc First Grade Bnyd Grocery Store. CLARION, Dec. 19.--Wynn Hc- Coy, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. McCoy of Clarion, purchased the Teenie Weenie, a suburban grocery store, from E. D. Mlckelson. Mr. McCoy has been employed in the First State bank at Battlecreek, Iowa, which bank Mr. Mickelson plans to I enter next week. PURE LARD, 4 Ibs. 23c PORK STEAK 7 1 ·9 ROUND SWISS STEAK 6 lb. for SAUSAGE 6 lb. for CENTER CUTS SLICED HAM 18c Yearling Calf Liver Home Made FANCY SUGAR CURED BACON 12'/ 2 Pork Roast End Cut ALL COFFEE AT COST Slb.Box Fine Stock

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