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January 21, 1937

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 21 H 1937 i I SEVEN Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUC IA A. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFF ICE PHONE 239 LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 PLAN PROGRAM FOR DEDICATION Agnes Samuelson, State Superintendent to Give Address. CLEAR LAKE--Miss Agnes Samuelson, state superintendent of public instruction, has signified the acceptability o£ Feb. 2 as the date for her dedicatory speech for Clear Lake's new high school building. The program is being built around that date. The high school orchestra directed by John Kopecky and the glee . clubs conducted by Miss Clara Melcalf will furnish musical numbers for the occasion. P. F. Hopkins, state PWA director, will be invited to the dedication and, if able to be present, will have a part in the program. Others to appear are B C. Myhr, president of the school- board and Dr. A. B. Phillips, mayor of Clear Lake. ;: Following the dedicatory program, the new building will be opened for inspection. !, JOE CARNEY RITES ARE HELD Requiem High Mass Said at Catholic Church in Dougherty. CLEAR LAKE--Funeral scvv- ives -were held Thursday at 10 a. m. at St. Patrick's Catholic church of Dougherty for Mrs. Joe Carney, North Second street, who died at a Mason City hospital Monday following a brief illness. The Rev. T5. J. Supple, local pastor, said requiem high mass willi the Rev. Richard Murphy of the Holy Family Catholic church of Mason City and the Rev. J. J. Collins, pastor ol the Dougherty church assisting. Father Murphy preached Ihe funeral sermon and a choir from Dougherty convent sang. Born in Pennsylvania. Carl A. Parker and Matt Kelsh, Mason City, and Sam Schumacher, Ellis Foster, Leo Stork and P. J. McGuire, Clear Lake, were pallbearers. Williams funeral home made the arrangements and burial was at Dougherty. The service was attended by several Clear Lake friends as well as a large number from Dougherty and vicinity. Mary J. Kelly was born in Philadelphia. Pa., Feb. 18, 18B3, and c a m e , w i t h her parents to Iowa in August, 1877. The family slayed at the home of Dan Dougherty near the present site of the town of Dougherty until a home was obtained. Tauclil School. In her early years Miss Kelly taught school in Cerro Gordo, Butler and Franklin counties and on Jan. 14, 1890, was married at Dougherty to Joseph Carney. The young couple farmed near Dougn- erty for a year and then moved to I Hancock county where they had . | purchased a farm. I After three years they returned N to Dougherty for a few years and (I then lived in Hancock county until they moved to Clear Lake Dec. ,'j 24, 1013. They continued to live in J f Clear Lake unlil the present time i J! with the exception of several winters spent in Florida or California. Mrs. Carney is survived by her husband, Joseph Carney, a niece and nephew, Maude and Clifford Kelly, Nora Springs, and distant relatives in the east. Mrs. Carney had been in f a i l i n g health for more than two years and last week contracted pneumonia which caused her death. Drama Club Holds Initiatory Session CLEAR LAKE--Miss ' Louise Holt welcomed new members into the Drama club at a meeting in the classroom of Miss Dorothy Hanlon, dramatics instructor, Monday evening and Mervin Peterson gave a fitting response. Initiation was held for the new members who were masked preceding the holiday vacation. Those who successfully performed the r i t u a l s were Grctta McNeish, Mervin Peterson, Jim King, Betty Treloar and June Swanson, Annual Change Made in Kindergarten Hours CLEAR LAKE--The change in kindergarten hours and places of meeting was made Wednesday. Miss Florence Walberg, instructor, now has the pupils living north of State street at the junior high school building in the afternoons and those living south of State street at the Lincoln building in HID mornings. The change of times is made each semester but this is the first that kindergarten has been held in the junior high school building. AID WOMEN TIE WELFARE COMFORT Mrs. C. R. Woodford, North Fourth street, entertained Pilgrim group No. 5 of the Congrcgalional aid at a dessert luncheon Wednesday afternoon. The women tied a comfort for welfare work during VM" J ^( affprnnnn Clear Lake Briefs Rollins Silk Hose, 79c and $1.15 a pair. Nichols Shop. , Miss Kathleen McCormick was dismissed from Park hospital, Mason City, Tuesday and is 'now at her home, South Oak street. She is quite comfortable but must still keep her foot in an elevated position and will not be\able to step on it for some time. Mrs. J. W. Pallie, North Third street, has received word that her granddaughter, Nancy, who was operated on at Jane Lamb hospital, Clinton, Monday for mastoid, is getting along as well as may be expected but will be in the hospital several days yet. Specials Fri. and Sal.-- 1 group Wash Dresses, ?1.50 each. Nichols Shop. Lawrence Brown, who has been employed at the Olaf T. Hansen company store /or the past eight years, closed his work there Wednesday and on Jan. 25 will begin his duties as manager of the Basket Grocery store. New, gay, colorful Silk Print Dresses at Oluf T. Hanson's. Attorney Edward Boyle was confined to his homo with flu Wednesday but was back at' his office Thursday. Mrs. Lynn Hyde and baby son were dismissed from Park hospi- t a l Tuesday and are now at their farm home near Clear Lake. Komnant Sale at Ohif T. Hansen's. Fine selection of all materials--reduced drastically. Mrs. R. It. Stark, Feoria, III., is a guest at the home of her .sister, Mrs. F. A. Giles, 307 North Second street. Circle No. 4 of the Methodist aid will meet Jan. 29 r'ath'er than .the f o u r t h Friday of the month this time. Mrs. William Skinner, Bell street, hostess, will be assisted by Mrs. Fred Hcathershaw. Don't Tail to visit Hanson's rummage counter. Tnwiscnd clnb members enjoyed music and singing instead of music and dancing at the meeting held at the I. S. Snodgrass home Tuesday evening. A boy was born Tuesday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Lassahn, Independence street. He is the second child in the family. Mrs. Jack Gooaell, Oak street, has been quite ill with flu. John Furse, Crane street, who has been quite ill with pneumonia, is reported · as improving slowly. W.C.LU. PLANS TO RAISE FUND Further Educational Work Through Centenary Project. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. J. C. Davenport was hostess to the W. C. T. U. at her home on North Fourth street, Wednesday afternoon, with 15 members present. Mrs. Ray Robbins led devotions and Mrs. Davenport and Mrs, Amy Walters read articles on the centenary fund project explaining that it is an educational fund sponsored by the union. Last year the local union raised more than $50 /or the project and hopes to do even better this year. Mrs. Tver Hodnefield was appointed chairman of the committee on raising money for the fund. Others are Mrs. Walters, Mrs. P. J. Pedersen and Miss Nettie Chadbourne. Mrs. Orren Porter read "Church- Liquor Partnerships" and Miss Chadbonr'ne "Busy Bootleggers." MUS. SAHF HYDE ENTERTAINS GROUP Mrs. Sam Hyde enlcrlained 15 members of group No. 2 of the Congregational aid at her home, 215 North Oak street, Tuesday at a dessert luncheon. Mrs. Charles Pinckney was a guest and Mrs. L. C. Stuart presided in the absence ot the president, Mrs. P. A. Hed- learn. Plans for the coming year were outlined. * * * L. D. R. OFFICERS . ASSUME DUTIES ' New officers of. L. D. 71. look their posilions for the first time at a meeting held at the home of Main Miss Miss Doris Jensen, East street, . Tuesday evening. Marion Eliasen read a story, Miss Dagney Hoirup led devotions and Miss Alma Tokel was in charge of the Bible games played. A business mesling was held and a social hour followed. Miss Klare McCormick assisted Miss Jensen in serving refreshments. National Honor Group Holds Waffle Supper CLEAR LAKE--Semper Fidelis chapter of the national honor society met for a waffle supper in the home economics room at the high school Wednesday evening with 12 members present. Miss Ruth E. Skrable and Miss Netha Carr served the supper after which Mahlon Hintzman, high school instructor in industrial arts, described his trip through Ihe Canadian Rockies and his visit to Banf and Lake Louise and Miss Audrey Anderson, f i f t h grade teacher at the Lincoln school, told of her summer trip to Italy. The next meeting will bejield Feb. 10. ANNUAL MASKED DANCE PLANNED Danish Brotherhood Lodge to Hold Masquerade February 2. CLEAR LAKE--The f h i r l y second annual masquerade ball given by Danish Brotherhood lodge No. 219 will be held at the Surf ballroom on Feb. 2. according to plans announced by the committee in charge. Art's Nighthawks six-piece orchestra will furnish the music. Dancing will begin at 8:30 p. m. and continue until 2 a. m., or later. The masquerade dances draw patrons from a radius of fifty miles or more. Persons from Latimer, Thornton, Bclmond, Hampton, Forest City, Charles Cily, Albert Lea, Britt, Garner and other towns make the ball the annual outing of the year, coming early and staying late. Last year more than 600 attended. The committee on arrangements consists of Axel Thomson, chairman, Anton Petcrsen, Chris Jacobsen, Richard Caapersen and John Eliasen. Elaborate plans are being laid for the entertainment of all who attend. First and second prizes will be given both men and women for the best costumes worn and n prize will be given also to the man and to the woman wearing the most comical costume. Masks may be obtained at the Surf. Only masked persons will be allowed -to dance before 10 p. m. when unmasking will take place and prizes be awarded. To be eligible for prizes maskers must, be on the floor at least one hour. Council Names Orr Deputy City Assessor CLEAR LAKE--William Orr, 108 Lindale avenue, was appointed deputy assessor to assist Joe Palmer, city assessor, at a special meeting of the city council held Wednesday evening. Clear Lake Calendar | Thursday--Junior Federation club, Kathryn Kennedy, 223 North Third street, 8 p. m. Friday--Star club, Mrs. Frank Clark, Benton street. Double header basketballogamc at Garner. Christian Workers, Mrs. ,1. S. Anderson, East Main street, 1 p. m. EASTERN STARS Mrs. Myrtle Cook, Worthy Grand Matron, Is. Guest. CLEAR LAKE--Installation of newly elected Eastern Star officers was held at Masonic Temple Wednesday evening following a 6:30 dinner served by a committee headed by Mrs. Mary Wood and Mrs. W. H. Ward, co-chair- mcn.- Mrs. Harry Freeman is the new worthy matron, the Rev. B. W. Riner, conductress; Miss Dorothy Kulchura, associate matron; Roy Peterson, associate patron; Mrs. Rinerf, conductress; Miss Dorothy Wallace associate conductress; Mrs. Charles Hanson, secretary, and Mrs. A. M. Olinger, treasurer. Mrs. Myrtle Cook, Des Moines. worthy grand matron, was a guest of the order. Mrs. Roy Peterson is the retiring matron. SUN'SIIINK CLUB HOLDS LUNCHEON Sunshine club met lor a T o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Frank Tragcr, 202 South Second street, Wednesday, with Mrs. A. B. Knutson and Mrs. C. P. Mcyickcr as assisting hostesses. Guessing contests were the diversion of the . afternoon with Mrs. Knutson and Mrs. Charles Lanlz receiving the prizes. A social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Anna L. Bonner will be hostess next Wednesday with Mrs. Lantz and Mrs. Peter Knutson assisting. * * * PLAN POSTAL SHOWER FOU MKS. SNUGGINS A postal shower for Mrs. O. B. Snuggins, who is confined to a Minneapolis hospital, was planned members of the Friendship Chain club which met at the home of Mrs. Floyd Purviance, Center street, W e d n e s d a y afternoon. Guessing games were enjoyed and refreshments .served. Mrs. Raymond Anderson will entertain in two weeks: ' * * * BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINS GUESTS Mrs. R. R. Stark, Peoria, 111., and Mrs. Jack Hughes were guests of the A..B. C. Bridge club which met Wednesday afternoon nl the home ot Mrs. John Anderson,. Mrs. F. A. Giles won high score and Mrs. R. R. Tocpel second high. Mrs. J. W. Pattie will entertain the club next Thursday. Mrs. Woodhouse to Talk to Women at Teachers' College ' CEDAR FALLS--Mrs. Chase Going Woodhouse, professor of economics at the Connecticut College for Women, New London, and specialist in women's affairs, will speak before the all-Iowa gathering of representatives of college women's associations, to be held at the Iowa Slate Teachers college, March 13, it was announced by Jean Sloan, Waterloo, president ot the Women's league. Mrs. Woodhouse will be the chief speaker at the Teachers college conference, which will bring together representatives of self- governing groups from all Iowa colleges and universities. Sponsored by the Women's league, the conference will deal in the self- realization ot personal possibilities and in the opportunities open to college women. The mother of two children, Mrs. Woodhouse is active as a itoi: and as a member or officer of numerous organizations. She is joint author of "Occupations for College Women," editor and joint author of "After College--What?," and joint author of "Dentistry--Us Professional Opportunities." She frequently contributes articles and reviews to professional magazines. Asks Permit to Haul Livestock, Implements Albert Lange of Wells, Minn., appeared before the joint board of Iowa and Minnesota, composed of Harry B. Dunlap of the Iowa Railroad commission and Charles Munn of the Minnesota railroad commission at St. Paul Wednes- day, asking for a permit to h a u l livestock from Wells to South St. Paul and from Wells to. Masori City, He also asked permission to haul f a r m implements from Mason Cily to Wells. Objections to Langc's petition were filed on behalf of the North Western railroad and truck companies of Mason City and Charles Cily, Iowa. IF JANE HAS ANYTHING FKIED, I WONT EAT IT. I AtWAVS GET II1DI6ESTION NEXTDAY NOT A TRACE Of INDIGESTION! HOW DID you DO IT? BUT THE SPANISH CORN PUFFS WERE SO TEMPTING HE ATE TWO HELPINGS V FOR SWING. IT GIVES / f LIGHTEJ3 CAKES,- .S FLAKIER , PASTRY IN U HALPTKE fe MIXING TIME XTSfe. I FKV WITH Spry HOW. FOODS ARE AS DIGESTIBLE AS IF BAKED Fried this new way they're doubly delicious and as digestible as if baked H AVE Spanish Corn Puffs for with Spry. How smoothly tills dinner tonight. (Recipe at: triflU-creamcd M.I.-vegetable S P A N I S H C O R N PUFFS 1 Light, tender, digestible right.) Sec how crisp, tender and utterly digestible they are. Notice there's no smoke when you fry with purer Spry. shortening blends with your other ingredients! Mow light and tender your foods, how delicate in flavor! Don't wait--get :i can Tomorrow, make cake or pie of Spry from your grocer now! The new, purer ALL-vegetable shortening -TRIPLE-CREAMED! In Mil- and 3-lb.cans 1 c u p mashed potatoes 2 c'Kgs, beaten M cup slftet] flour 1 tojxsrioou b a k i n g ]K\V(]nr t teaspoon pnl 2 tablespoons milk 1 cup canned whole corn kernels 2 tablespoons urccn pepper, finely 1 tahiesponn pimi- leasiuxm paprika cnlo, chopper! Combine mashed potatocsaml cgRS and heat thoroughly. Sift flour with baking pnwdcr, salt and paprika and add to first mixture. Add remaining ingredients and mix \vclL Drop by tnblesponnfuls into hot Spry 175" I'.) 1-inch deep in heavy frying j/pan and fry until golden brown, turning once. Remember, no Grnokc or unpleasant odor when you fry with Spry. Drain on absorbent paper. Delicious with chicken or pork or in a vegetable plate--and so easy to digest, fried in Spry. Serves 6. SEE-- HERE'S HOW SHE USED TO LOOK, BEFORE SHE HAD THESE BIG WASHI'NGS TO DO. THAT EVENING NEXT WASHPAY GLADYS, WH' EARTH ARE YOU F UB, SCRUB FEEL- LIKE' I'/A ?O /EARS OLD.' 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