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March 13, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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MARCH 13 198* C/ear La£e Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDR1CKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W_ ONE ACT PLAYS WILL BE GIVEN "Hi*n Heart" Production to Be Presented at Iowa City Meet CLEAR, LAKE, March 13.--Rehearsals have teen held for several months for the Drama club plays .which will be presented for the public Monday,. March 19, at the high school auditorium. ' Seven students are cast in the one act production, "The High Heart," which will be Clear Lake's entry in the play contest at Iowa City, March 22, in which 85 plays are already entered. This -play has Its setting in the eouth during the Civil war period. Roles are taken by Harper Joslyn as Sam, Bill Braheny as-Cranston, Jean Siesseger as Agnes Cranston, the daughter; Ronald Rawson as the General, Milo Knutson as Richards, -Arlene Thompson as Mrs. -Peyton .jmd Virginia Yelland as-Mirandi, the No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 LAKE SPEAKER play which will tn ·given" on" the'same program Fntoy Sight is the '.-Fantasy,", to which BUI Braheny plays the role of the husband, and Marguerite Johnson ' i S££ J f£-**£3*'f 1 Sttle girl.' St. jPatrick's Theme * ; Planned for Parties f CLEAR LAKE, March 13.--Social i ' functions of this week will center around St. Patrick's day. A St. Pat* rick's dance Is planned at the Clear Lake Country club for Saturday night, the only break In the Lenten , , 86 Mrs.' Forde Lee will be hostess to J members of the Twentieth Century club at i o'clock luncheon Thursday. * 'Assisting- hostesses will be Mrs. I. C. , 1 Jensen, Mrs. H. H. Remore, Mra. H Gladys Yelland, Mrs. H. H. Crane I and Mrs. A. A. Joslyn. Mra. F. P. Walker will review the book, "Anthony Adverse," by Hervey Allen for the group. Sorosis club members will gather it the Mrs. Cora Scherf home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. H- Holmes is in charge of the Irish program which observes St. Patrick's day. Irish jokes will be the i roll call feature. * Members of the O. D. O. club will hold a St Patrick's party at the ' ;ht.' Husbands I ests. A dinner o'clock, after 414. * f of ths. group will be gu will be served at 7. i which cards will be played. Mrs. H. A. Lord will be hostess to members of the Daughters of Union Veterans Thursday night at her iiome on North Fifth street. A committee will .'serve refreshments. WHY GET IJP NIGHTS? THIS 25c TEST FREE If It Fails. tTse this: Madder laxative. Drive £iit the impurities and excess acids which cause the irritation "that wakes you up. Get a regular 25 tent box of BUKETS, made from tuchu leaves, juniper oil, etc. After Jour days test, if not satisfied, go ·back and get your-2oc. They work on the bladder similar to castor oi on the bowels.'Bladder irregularitj is nautres' .danger signal and maj ·warn you of trouble. You are bound to feel better afte 1 ' this cleansing and you get your regular sleep. BfUKETS guaranteed by Casey Drug. Co., Michael Drug Co;, and Huxtable Drug Co. KENNEDY NAMED ON LAKE BOARD otal of 128 Ballots Are Cast in Uninteresting School Election. CLEAR LAKE, March 13.--Sam ennedy, Jr., was re-elected school rector of the Clear Lake independ- it school district for a terra of iree years at the election Monday t the city hall. He received 127 rtes of the 128 ballots cast. F. P. r alker was re-elected treasurer ith 105 votes. Neither candidate lad any opposition. This is one of IB smallest votes recorded here. CLEAR LAKE, March IS.-King Palmer of West Union will be the principal speaker at the Stafford American Legion post meeting at the clubrooms Wednesday evening. Mr. Palmer Is one of Iowa's outstanding legionnaires, having served as fourth district commander and as a war time aviator. He Is also a, former teacher. Ed Kuuej and his committee will serve a dinner to the group at 7 o'clock. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Dress up for Easter. We make your old clothes look like new. Clear L,ake Laundry and Cleaners. Phone Hose Bonder, Clara street, left this week-end for Davenport, where she will visit relatives and friends 'or several days. Frank C. Bonner, accompanied by his mother Mrs. Anna Bonner, and sister, Mrs. A. C. Giger, returned to heir home on South Second street after spending the week-end with Gigers at Belle Plaine. Ladies' plain silk or wool dresses, adies' coatsj men's suits or topcoats- cleanec? and pressed for 75c. Clear Lake llaundry and Cleaners. Phone 444. E. L. Hatttaway, who hag been serving as relief agent at the Milwaukee railroad, has accepted a position as operator at Rapid City, 8, Dak. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank King ol Hampton 1 spent the week-end with ;neir sop, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. King SoutbTs'treet. Mrs. Cora Hill spent the week-en at the Mrs. A. C. Sater home. Mr and Mrs. C. A. Luick, Mr. and Mrs S. S. Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. A C. Sater held a supper In Mrs. Hill's honor at the Hudson home Sunday Mrs. E. Goranson and night. Mr. and children of Thompson, Ca-therin Halen and Russell Mickelson of Buf falo Center were Sunday guests o Mr and Mrs. Henry Goranson.··' The Misses Jeauette Conklin ani Margaret Leary of MinneapoU spent Sunday with Miss Gonklin' grandfather, George Osborn, South Fourth street. E. B. Stlllinan returned Tuesday morning from a business.' trip t Chicago. ' '.".'": F. L. Colgan, local druggist, is quite ill at the Park hospital, Maso City. Mrs. F. L, Knutson will be hostes to members of the Altrurian clu Thursday afternoon at her home o Main street. Mrs. B. B. Bailey will give a book review. IOWA LUMP ((·-entenriae) W. KT. NUT..... W. KT. LtJMF... SO. ILL. LUMP... County) COAL $6.50 ton $6.50 ton $8.00 ton $8.50 ton Above Coab Bear In TheSr Respective Fields. WHT PAT MORE? Wolf Bros. ; - PHONE 1W8 $400,000 to Iowa for Relief Purpose WASHINGTON, March 13. The federal emergency relief administration today granted ?394;230 to Colorado and 5400,000 to Iowa for emergency relief purposes. Meet at President's Home. ICELAND -- The Newton township D-R-Best 4-H club met at the home of the president, Venita Larson. arm and Residence Property Sales Are Reported by Laker CLEAR LAKE, March 13.--F: E. /eatherly, local realtor, reports more activity than ' usual in the eal estate business this past week, e reports 'the sale of a 200 acre 'arm, formerly known as the Jphn- on farm near Rockwell to Peter r ohler and Mr. Floy of Thornton and Mr. Wohler, Mason City; the ale of the Mary Gildner farm east : .Mason City to W. P. Bower, a armer south of Mason City, at $104 in acre. Mr. Bower plans to take ossession this week. The Gardner ouse in Beaver addition was also old to Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Stevens f Clear Lake through Mr. Weath- riy- Working Hours for Postal Employes Cut for 4 Months CLEAR LAKE, March 13.--City mail deliveries will be discontinued n Tuesday afternoons, according to announcement made today by Doris Carroll, postmaster. This has become necessary for the local postofflce to comply with he orders of the postmaster gen- ral of March 2. He ordered that ach postoffice employe be fur- oughed four days without pay during the next four months. This also cuts down on the auxiliary ex- enditures of tie local office. Tuesday afternoon mail which is the lightest of the week was chosen or this change. James Peterson and Ida McGuinnis Are Wed in New Hampton CLEAR LAKE, March 13.--The marriage of.James Peterson, Holt street, to Ida May McGuinnis, also of Clear Lake, was solemnized Friday at New Hampton. The coupie was honored at a charivari at their home on Holt street which about 50 friends at:ended. Mr. Peterson has lived in Clear Lake the past 13 years, and at the present time manages his Sasmussen apartment building on Main street Prior to living in town le farmed south of Clear Lake. The bride is a practical nurse, having-worked at many local homes. Clear Lake Calendar 3 DOM* «f Foley's Loosens Cough HONEY , TAB. S^jlJ^-t, cmn rely a n ' artar ( »ciul ruoUt. Couita duo to roldjIMTtttKriouifMt, don't M»jr. Get «Binn« ' PHONE 693 HAMBURGER, fresh ground .lb. 3c BABY BEEF STEAK - Jb. 8c BOILING BEEF ..- Ib. 3c VEAL STEW - : lb. 4c COLBY CREAM CHEESE lb. 21c FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS Wednesday--0. D. O. club St. Patrick's party at city hall. M. E. Ladles' Aid and supper at church. . . Congregational Ladies' Aid society at 3 and-supper at 6. Lions club meets at Lions cafe at noon. .;··-/···'-· Sub-district declamatory contest at Nora Springs. Catholic Daughters sowing circle ·with Mrs. Ruth Meade, Orchard avenue. Thursday--Royal club m e e t s at Mrs. George Peterson home, Ruth Petersen, assistant hostess. Rotary club meets at I. O. 0. F. hall: Twentieth Century luncheon at Mrs. Forde Lee home, Marion Park drive. Sorosis club meets with Mrs. Cora Scherf. Catholic Ladies' Aid supper at parish hall. O. D. O. club St. Patrick's party at city hall, 7." Rural W. C. T, TJ. meets at Mrs W. N. Hill home. K. P. and Pythian Sister invitational dance at I. 0. O. F. hall. D. of U. V. meets at Mrs. H. A. Lord home, North Fifth. Altruriaa club meets with Mrs. F. L. Knutson., Dorcas circle at Mrs. Ernest Andersen home. Friday -- Musical program at high school, 7:30. Rebekah. social circle at I. O. 0. F. hall. Linger Longer club with Mrs. Reuben Fryer, Clara street. Sub-district declamatory contest at Nora Springs. Christian Workers meet at Mrs. Frank Long home, assisted by Zilphy Long. TJ. Y. B. club meets with Mrs. A, C. Sater. Saturday--Straight Eight club meets at T. L. Sears home, 6:30. Returns From Rochester. LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. William Garry and children returned after visiting a few days with relatives at Rochester and Fountain, Minn. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE EIGHTEEN PURCHASED FROM THE DISTRICT COURT FOR IOWA OIX rrn. You've waited for this sales event since Stevens closed. This fine old store with a 15 year reputation of integrity was forced out. THIS STOCK WAS BOUGHT FOR MASON CITY AND SHOULD BE SOLD IN MASON CITY, and we are going to see that it is. THE VALUES . ARE HONEST AND WE ARE IN A HURRY TO DISPOSE OP THIS STOCK--DON'T DELAY! Goes On Sale ENTIRE STOCK OF STEVENS SHOEC Combined with Recent Purchase of New Spring Goods! WEDNESDAY. MAR. 14 9:00 A. M. Store Opens Until 9 P.M. POLISHES Every Kind You Ever Saw Several Hundred Bottles Ea. WOMEN'S Overshoes Rubber and Cloth C WOMEN'S HOSIERY Like It Brand 58 As You Like It Brand 91.00 and Spring Colors MEN'S WOOL S P A T S · I* MEN'S and BOYS' TENNIS SHOES We Bought This Merchandise Right--SO CAN YOU! DRESS SLIPPERS There are hundreds of styles In these smart shoes. You'll want as many pairs as you can afford to buy. All heels and materials from which to choose. All sizes. ri AR^HFIM PLUllllllkl If 1 FOB WOMEN S $i These famous - shoes ai» the leaders In the $8.75 and $10.00 Held. The Steven's stock of FlorshelmB was an exceptionally fine one. S/198 Many of thes. Flor- _ shelms have just ar- "IHl-B JMt,\V rived a- .hart time STYLES ?C-98 before Stevens closed. AT *^ FOB MEN World's Most Famous $10 Shoe Men who like fine things, here's your chance to purchase A JTlorshelin shoes a t " almost one-halt their | original price . . · htjrh shoes and oxfords are included * . Black calf skins and Idd leathers, black and white, brown and white sport shoes, and brown combinations. 98 MEN'S, WOMEN'S BOYS' House Slippers Leather and felt slippers of fine Quality . . . outfit the whole family from this group. CHILDREN'S S H O E S Hundreds of pairs of children's o x f o r d s -straps and shoes in most every ' size. Mothers! You'll appreciate these values. SI .88 and WOMEN'S Sport Oxfords $ O 98 Strong, durable, sport oxfords ~ for women and misses, all sizes and colors. Men's Rubber BOOTS BALL- BAND VACS §5 VALUE 98 W O M E N ' S S L I P P E R S Street and dress slippers including evening slippers in gold and silver. Men's Leather HOUSE SLIPPERS Romeos--Everits High quality leather slipper w i t h leather soles and rubber heels, all sizes. 98 Men's RUBBERS Ball Brand Toe and Full Men's Wool ZIPPERS Ball Brand Fleece Lined 98 Men's Oxfords SShoes A wide selection of men's oxfords at this low price . . . all quality goods. Walk-Overs, Nunri-Bush and other fine brands Fine oxfords and hi-| shoes at an exceptionally low price. Fit your feet and your purse. 98 Boys' Oxfords M.98 Boys' sturdy oxfords, including sizes up to big WOMEN'S HI-SHOES PAIR BOYS' RUBBER BOOTS JOB LOT You're liable to find anything on this bargain counter from a bottle of dye to a pair of shoes. See this bargain counter early. For Sale Fixtures 2 Safes 2 ^lass Cases, etc. SALE AT STEVENS SHOE STORE LOCATION 105 NORTH FEDERAL AVE.

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