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January 28, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 28 ·§ 1937 i Clear Lake Globe-Gazette ' . OFFICE PHONE 239 ' · LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J r--u r,i _ ,-, Residence Phone 67 SUNSHINE CLUB HOLDSLUNCHEON Mrs, C. P. McVicker Wins Prize in Contest Event. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Anna L. Bonner, assisted by Mrs. Peter Knutson and Mrs. C. E. Lanlz, entertained Sunshine c.'lub members at a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home in the Frederick apartments Wednesday afternoon. The table was centered with a large vase bearing 'a cluster of colored lights. A program of contests was enjoyed with Mrs. C. P. McVicker winning the prize. Mrs. Jack Bailey will be hostess to the club in two weeks. During the business session, members pledged ?5 for flood relief work, v * y PROGRAM FEATURES GAMES AND CONTESTS .An educational program consisting of games and contests featured the O. D. O. club meeting at the home of Mrs. Earl Huntley, Vincent street, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Peterson and 'Mrs. James Bailey arranged the program which was greatly enoyed and Mrs. Huntley served light refreshments at the close; of the afternoon. On Feb. 12 the club members will entertain their husbands at a Valentine party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F., G. Cookman, East Main street. * * # MRS.' H. A. LORD IS CLUB GUEST Mrs. L. O. Kimball, 612 West Division street, assisted by Mrs. Amy : Walters, entertained the Priscilla club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. H. A. Lord was a guest and every member was present. A program of readings was given and lunch served at the close. * * * DO YOUR BIT CLUB HOLDS MEETING Do Your Bit club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huber Wednesday with 21 families present. A picnic dinner was served- at noon after which Miss Gladys Swanson conducted some guessing contests and August Pitkin gave a violin number accompanied by C. N. Mitchell. Mrs. Lynn Hyde was presented a birthday gift by the club. A holder exchange will be held at the next meeting-which is to be at the home of Mrs. Charles Zirbel on Feb. 10. "' Clear Lake Briefs For Sale -- Corner lot, priced right for quick sate; shade, water, paving in. See O. J. King. · Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller are moving from 213 North Fiflii street to a new home which they recently purchased from Joe Johnson at 106 Bell street. They hope to be entirely moved by Feb. I. New sprimr styles in Men's Oxfords-- $2.95, $3.95, 54.95--at Oluf T. Hanson Co. W. .T. Martinek, Brilt, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Otto SchmUz, who lives south of Clear Lake, for several days. Mllo Knutson arrived Wednesday from Cedar Rapids where he is a student at Coe college and is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Knutson, 300 South East street. This is the close of the semester and Mr. Knutson has finished his tests for the week. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary sewing circle will meet at the home of Mrs. L. E. Ashland, 405 North Fourth street, Friday afternoon to sew on a pro 7 ject'of the organization. The Clear Lake Poultry Improvement association will meet next Monday, Feb. 1, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orren Porter, 301 Winnie street, according to an announcement fay Mrs. Porter. Mrs. Sol Ott and R. C. Meier are in charge of the program. Home Improvement club will meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Hicli next Wednesday for a 1:30 dessert luncheon which will be followed by a program. Mrs. Anna Hinly moved Wednesday, from the Orren Porter home, 301 Winnie street, to the home of Miss Laura J. Hendy 119 North Third street. Mrs. '.T. F. Charlesworth, East Main street, will entertain Daughters of Union Veterans at her home Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The regular work will be put on and light refreshments served. LIONS ENTERTAIN SCHOOL FACULTY ·Meal ^ Served by Cooking Classes Taught by MissWitmer. ' C L E A R LAKE--High school faculty members were guests of the Lions club Wednesday noon at a luncheon served in the domestic science rooms of the school by cooking classes under the tutelage of Miss Aileen Witmer, instructor in home economics. Several Lions have remarked that the meal was a fine recommendation for both the class and its instructor. B. C. Myhr, president of the school board, spoke briefly concerning the new building and then introduced Supt. C. A. Pease, who presented the faculty members. Miss Catharyne Chambers, high school principal, responded for the teachers in a few words o£ appreciation o£ the luncheon and the new building which all enjoy so much. Miss Sunne Hein read' "The Courtship of Mil,es Standish" in Swedish dialect and also gave another humorous reading. Attorney E. B. Stillman was a guest. Ice Harvest Gets in Full Swing at Lake CLEAR LAKE--Ice harvest was on in full swing at Clear Lake Thursday after a few .minor difficulties with broken chains Wednesday; Nine cars were loaded out before 9:30 a. m. and nine were loaded out Wednesday. Ray Sandry is in charge with Guy Coyier foreman and 75 men are on the job. The ice is now in fine condition and just the right thickness for economical . handling and packing. The weather is ideal and work should now go along steadily until all orders are. filled. Help Kidneys Clean Out Poisonous Acids Your Kidneys contain 3 million tiny lube* or filters which may be endangered by neglect or drastic. Irritating drugs. Be careful. If functional Kidnty or Bladder disorders make you suffer from Gelling Up Nishts, Nervousness. Low of Pep. Leg Pains. Bheumalic Pains, Dizziness, circles Under Eyes, Neuralgia, Aeldlly, BurninR, Smarting or Jlcmng. don't take chances. Get the doctor's guaranteed prcscriptloiv Cyslcx, the most modern advanced Irealmcnt for these I rouble j. 510,000.00 depr.Mtcd wllh .Bank at America. Los Angeles, California, guarantees thai Cyslex must trine, new vitality in 48 hour.! anil make you feel years younger In o;ie week of money hack on return of crnpiy pack- ace. Telephone ynur rtruoplnl for EUnr- enteed Cyslcx (Slss-Tex; today. LIONS CARDED IN REAL TUSSLE 2 Undefeated Conference Teams to Battle for First Place. CLEAR.LAKE-^The Lions face a real crisis in their basketball schedule Friday night when they meet the Buffalo Center five on the home floor in the big game of the season. The Buffalo Center men have a record of winning 10 straight games. 'The Lions also have a record of winning seven straight conference games although they have met defeat twice this year outside the conference. Clear Lake and Buffalo Center teams are the only two in the North Iowa conference having a 1000 per cent record and this game will decide which will hold first place for tb'e present. Received Injury. Coach Chris Johnston states the Lions are not in as good condition physically as he would like. In last week's game John Rutan received a bump on the hip which was injured in a car accident last year and kept him off the team all season so he isn't up to par. Vic Jensen has developed a charley horse which hinders him from doing his usual stuff. Coach Johnston says everything has to happen at once but Clear Lake is still hoping for the best. j Marshall Swift's team from Mason City and the Britt Hottentots are carded for the preliminary tussle called at 7:30 p. m. These arc said to be two o£ the best in- pendent teams in north Iowa and anyone seeing them will get enough for his money. Waldorf college team, originally scheduled to meet the Mason City five, is to attend the junior college tournament at Estherville instead. Band Will Play. Clear Lake high school pep band and the junior drum and bugle corps will be ready to dispense good music and peppy entertainment whenever there is opportunity. These youngsters are winning a reputation as entertainers which older groups might envy and they are continually learning new music and more intricate formations to present. The Clear Lake-Buffalo Center game is called for 8:30 p. m. Fire Company Gets Call to Harding Home CLEAR LAKE--The fire company was called Thursday forenoon to extinguish a small roof fire at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harding, 315 East State street. Chemicals were used to put out the blaze which had burned a small hole in the roof. A small amount of damage was reported, NAMES WINNERS OF INTRAMURALS Harmon Invites Attendance of Public at Weekly Contests. CLEAR LAKE--Intramural basketball games were played at the high school Wednesday evening with Assistant Coach Dale Harmon in charge and Harper Joslyn, referee. Mullarky's team won over Bacon's 20 to 9 and Mullarky was high- point man with six goals to his credit. Whitney's team won Palmeter's 32 to 27 in the second round of the evening and Whitney was high pointer with 9 field goals and one single score. Comstock's team totalled 15 points against 11 for the Brager team in the last tussle. Comstock placed five field goals and two free throws In the basket to qualify as high pointer. The Phillippe-Fistlei- teams play at 5:10 Thursday afternoon. All intramural games are open to the public without cost and are proving of great interest to those who attend; Assistant Coach Har mon states that an audience is , vital factor in getting good wor! from the boys and will be pleasec if parents and others jnterestec turn out to encourage the con testants. MUSIC MOTHERS PLAN CURTAINS Help Needed to Complete Project for School Dedication. CLEAR LAKE--Music''Mothers will meet at the home economics room of the high school Saturday morning at 10 o'clock to work on the new curtains for the music room which thoy have undertaken to make. The committee in charge, Mrs. Clark Branson, Mrs. O. 3. King and Mrs. J. C. Jensen ask that anyone who has a child in any division of the music department or that any girls who are in the music classes and can sew come and help. Natural ecru monks', cloth is to be used for the 'curtains' and each.is to have a music staff and 3 clef put on it in black bias tape. As there are 28 curtains needed and the club wishes to have them finished for the dedication of the school building next Tuesday the need for help is evident. Anyone who can help is requested to bring a. thimble and other sewing equipment. The project belongs to the entire' club and it those who can sew and will help will report to the committee and come to the schoolhouse high school Saturday morning, the help will be much appreciated. Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Commercial club dinner. City hall, 6:30 p m R. N. A. lodge, I. O. O. F. hall 8 p. m. Friday--Basketball game, gymnasium, Buffalo Center vs. Cleai Lake. City council, City waterworks. Linger Longer club, Mrs. Car Bitker, 316 Clara street. Circle No. 4, Methodist aid, Mrs William Skinner, Bell street Circle No. 6, Methodist aid. Mrs J. C. Davenport, North Fourth street, 1:30 p. m. U. Y. B. Card club, Mrs: L. O Kimball, 612 West Division street. American Legion Auxiliary sewing circle, Mrs. L. E. Ashland 40D North Fourth . street, 2'3( p. m. Clear Lake Sends Flood Relief Money CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. J. W, Pattie, secretary of the local Red Cross branch, reports that 3109 was sent to chapter offices at Mason City Thursday morning making a total of $259 from Clear Lake so far. Contributions are s t i l l ' b e i n g Frank Pester Visits at Home of Cousin, Mrs. Orren Porter CLEAR LAKE--Frank Pester, former Clear Lake resident, arrived Wednesday morning and is a guest at the home of his cousin, Mrs. Orren Porter, 301 Winnie street, until Friday. Mr. Pester who now lives at Wahpeta, Wash., has been visiting relatives in Minnesota and Wisconsin and will go to South Dakota to visit his brothers and sisters before returning home. He lived north of Clear Lake when a boy and attended the Lambert school. The family left Clear Lake in 1883 and this is Mr filer's first visit here since Io98, received and great. the need is still J. Z. Stevens Arrests Forest City Hunter CLEAR LAKE--Raymond Gambell, 20, living southwest of Forest City in Hancock county, was arrested Tuesday by Conservation Officer J. Z. Stevens for illegal hunting. Mr. Gambell was arraigned before Justice Clark E Lovrien of Garner where he pleaded Ruilly to the charge and wns assessed a fine of $10 and ?3.25 costs. Classes in Manual Training Take Up New Work Projects CLEAR LAKE--The manual training department of the high school is getting back into full swing following the break occasioned by the moving into the new building, according to Mahlon Hintrman, instructor in manual arts. The freshman project at present is footstools and the advanced class has undertaken the making of larger projects. Spinnet desks, wardrobes, end, occasional and phone tables are among the articles now under construction. Each student chooses his own project. Later in the year an exhibit of the work completed will be SETTLE TWO OF FOUR CONTESTS Blue of Eagle Grove Given Iowa House Seat Over Aldrich, Belmond. DES MOINES, {#)-_Though rumors persisted that a move would be made to quash remaining contest actions in the Iowa house of representatives, two of the four unsettled contests were disposed o£ without reference to dismissing the others. As in the case of the other contests, those disposed of by the , _ . . ^ f . W . 4 W . W . Ui. UJ U H = house Thursday made no change Wright county committee the house accepted the election of Representative Robert D. Blue (R) of Eagle Grove, who won out over R. E. Lee Aldrich (D) of Belmond,. by 21 votes. By the same token the house approved the seating of Representative J. T. Dykhouse (R) of Rock Rapids, who defeated former Representative W. F. Oehmke (D) of Larchwood, by 9 votes. Only the Clinton and Harrison county contests remained .unsettled and it was indicated that unless a dismissal is agreed to, these two hearings may be prolonged a week or more. Illinois Man, 100, Dies. GENESEO, 111., (fP--George D. Hohenboken, who was 100 years Word From Relatives in Flood Area Is Awaited GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes who have been anxiously awaiting news from their daughter, Mrs. L. P. Dyckman, who lives in Evansville, Ind., Tuesday received a telegram from Chicago that she is there with relatives but her husband will remain in Evansville, Ind. Ed F. Bock received a telegram from his sister, Mrs. A. L. Burr, formerly Miss Stella Bock of Klemme that she Was safe from the flood zone and had left Sunday morning for Lexington, Ky., while her husband remained in Louisville, Ky. He had returned Monday to find- their home flooded. Others in Garner Who have relatives in the flood Wright Units Gather. CLARION--A meeting of the American Legion Auxiliaries of Wright county was held Tuesday afternoon ath the American Legion hall with 50 members in attendance. Each town in the county was represented with the exception of WoolstocU. A 1 o'clock luncheon was served after which Mrs. Jack Wenzel of Belmond, county president, presented a gro'up of grade school children who gave a physical culture program. CDETC T9lIt '-*"'iai]niTr««lm«n(foi- rKEEStomach Victims Thla may lead to ruHef that you would cnn- !!S*iT?°Ji lh fS l : ld "'s "t dotlar«. BUL offer li r l t K E . Get Uaja, bayed on atomach ape- cUlisi'a prescription. For stomach pain, *RS. heartburn, stomach vilcera and other distress due. to hyperacidity, Genercua trial packaza of Udji FKEB at Fora Hopkins and Walgiecc Drur Stores. placed in some public p]ac£ in the in the party lineup. zone are anxiously awaiting word business district of town. On the recommendation of its night after a long illness. of their welfare. Clearance "Buys" That Will Thrill ' Every Shopper Who Wants Quality Furniture at Low Prices By All Means Share in These Simply Unbelievable Savings for Everj Home-Every Boom. GREATEST FEBRUARY CLEARANCE Pre-Prke Advance Purchases oS Six Solid Carloads of Furniture is Starting to Arrive --Our Warehouse is Crowded to the Roof-We Must Have Room For This In-Coming Stock. WE MUST REDUCE OUR STOCK QUICKLY Our Bed-Rock Prices Are Made for This Our Entire Stock -- Living Room, Dininj Room, Bedroom Suites, Desks, Lamps, Rugs, Tables, Chairs Compare With $16.75 Values As Low As Dining As Low As Living Room As Low As LISTEN TO OUR DAILY RADIO PROGRAM OVER KGLO FROM S:45 TO 10 A. M. TWO FREE GIFTS GIVEN EACH WEEK. LISTEN FOR DETAILS. OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS To the purchaser of a Living Room Suite, Dining Room Suite or Bedroom Suite--coming the greatest distance to our store--we will give a , fine inner spring mattress--through February only. 29 SECOND STREET S. E. o PHONE 3910

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