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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 29 HI 1937 ELEVEN Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Â·OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 BENEFIT DANCE BILLED AT SURF Barbara Isaacs to Present Floor Show Event in Ballroom. CLEAR LAKE--A benefit dance for flood relief will be held at the Surf ballroom Sunday evening with Bobby Griggs 1 orchestra fur- ninshing the music and Miss Barbara Isaacs, Mason City, presenting a 3D minute floor show at 30:30 p. m. Carl Fox, manager of the Surf, is donating the use of his ballroom and the orchestra it- ploying at half price. All receipts barring necessary expenses incurred in promoting the event will be turned over to the Cerro Gordo chapter of the American Red Cross to be sent to the flooded areas for relief work. Miss Isaacs will present her interpretation of a high kick waltz. Others to appear in the floor show are Mary Kern, Katherine Knapp, Beverly BiUman and Norman Sc-hober, Giovanna Poole, Buster Bredt, Maxine Malloy and Mildred Clock, Elaine Glanville and Helen Zanios. Mrs. Ralph Kelso will be accompanist. The Surf management and Bobby Griggs' orchestra are sponsoring the event. New R.N. A. Officers Take Charge; Dinner Served for Members CLEAR LAKE--A large .number attended the G:30 dinner for ' Royal Neighbors and 1 their families held at I. O. O. F. hall Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krueggel, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford . Yarrow, Mrs. Robert B. Norton, Miss Bessie Smith and Miss Wilma Truax were among the guests present. Following the dinner the R. N. A. lodge meeting convened with newly installed officers in charge. Mrs. Gus Heinrichs is the nc\v oracle, Mrs. George Perkins, vice oracle: Mrs. Cora Hill, chancellor; Mrs. Verne Peterson, recorder; Mrs. F. G. Cookman, receiver, and Mrs. Jesse Buttlcman inner sentinel. Other officers are Mrs. George "P'elerson,' past oracle; Mrs. Melvin Werle, marshal; Mrs. D. D. Dye, assistant marshal; Mrs. Walter Post, outer sentinel; Mrs. Fvcd Fankcll, musician and Mrs. Carl Johannessen, flagbearer. Mrs. Howard Harding is manager for three years. Other managers are Mrs. Arnold Rasmusscn and Mrs. Pearl Miller. Mrs. Â§. S. Hudson is captain of the degree team with Mrs. A. R. Cain as Faith, Mrs. B. C, Myhr, Modartr, Mrs. L. O. Ktmball, courage; Mrs. Earl Kimball, Unselfishness and Mrs. William McKibbeu, Endurance. Clear Lake Churches ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN Sunday school, 9:45 a. m., with classes for all ages. Morning worship, :i a. m. Music by the junior and senior vested choirs directed by Mrs. James McCormick. Confirmation class meets Saturday, 9 a. m. Ladies' Aid society Thursday, Feb. 4, in the church parlors.--J. A. Urnes, pas-, tor. CHUHCII OF CHRIST I. O. O- F. hall--Preaching service at 9:30 a. m., by the Rev. David L. Kralz. Bible school at 10:30 a. m. Mrs. Amy Walters, superintendent. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST North East street -- Sunday school at 10 a. m. Church services at 11 o'clock. Wednesday evening services at B p. m. ST. PATRICK'S First mass at 8 o'clock. Second mass at 10 o'clock. Confessions will be heard Saturday evening at 7:45 o'clock.--E. J. Supple, pastor. GOSPEL TABKKNACLE Sunday school, 10 n. m. Preaching service, 11 'a. m. Sermon by the Rev. Paul Freligh of Mason City. Christian Endeavor, 0:30 p. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. 1'rayer meeting every Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. CONGREGATIONAL Church school, 10 a. m. Church worship, 11 a. m. Music by adult choir. Sermon theme, "This Suffering World." Congo club, 6:30 p. m. Spedai local talent program. Discussion ot vital youth problems.--Homer E. Blough, pastor. METHODIST Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Epwqrlh league, 6:30 p. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m.--B. W. Riner, pastor. fllrs. aiclllwain Buriefl. . .OSAGE--The body of Mrs. Samuel Mclllwain was brought here Thursday from Minneapolis, for burial beside her husband in the Osage cemetery; her husband was buried at Osage Oct. 14, 1928. The M c l l l w a i n s were residents here about 35 years ago and then lived in St. AnsRar where Mr. Mc- lllwain was postmaster four years. Later they moved lo the Dakotas. To Present Floor Show FEATURE MUSIC AT DINNER HOUR High School Group Plays at Commercial Club Meeting. CLEAR LAKE -- Clear Lake Commercial club members were entertained by an orchestra 'from the local high school ;it the dinnei ill the city hall Thursday evening. John Kopecky, leader, played ilio -'iolin as did Miss Naomi Pine. iss Lola Pins was pianist, Raymond McGowan "played clarinet and Miss Barbara McCoy the flute. The program was much enjoyed. Louis Bass, president, gave a Â·iet talk in which he introduced newcomers to Clear Lake, Dr. R. W. Peterson, J. L. Cole, manager of the Lake theater, and Robert B. Norton, proprietor of the Royal barber shop. The sum of $10 was voted by the members for flood relief. W. W. Hollister, secretary, reported a total of 87 paid up members. With the Febrauary meeting, activities of the 1937 season will be considered. CLEAR LAKE--Miss Barbara Isaacs will present a 30 minute floor show at the Surf ballrcinm Sunday evening at 10:30 at the benefit dance for None} relief sponsored by Carl Fn\". Surf man- acf-i: ami Bobby GrisrES and his orchestra. Net receipts will be turned over to the American Red Cross for use in the flooded area. Clear Lake Briefs Each garment carefully inspected for spots, stains, etc., perspiration marks, etc. Meal The Cleaner. Phone 312. Harry Freeman has already received requests for cottages for the 1937 season. - Â· Mr. and Mrs. George P. Newman, 514 North Third street, left Friday morning by auto for San Antonio, Texas, where they were called by the illness of Mr. Newman's lather. Prompt anil courteous pickup and delivery service. Neat The Cleaner. Phone 312. Harry Mason is routined to bis home with a bad cold. The Vei-n Peterson family, 407 North Oak street, have been having a siege of flu but all are getting better. Missing buttons replaced, small repairs made without extra cost. Neal The Cleaner. Phone 312. Miss irilnia R. Ti'uax, Milford, came Tuesday to visit her aunt, Mrs. Mclvin II. Werle, 205 Holt street, for a few weeks. Mr. ami Mis. Kay H. Nichols- will leave for Chicago Sunday on a buying trip. Miss Genevicvc Hanscn will leave Sunday for Chicago where she will buy spring goods for the Olut T. Hanson and company store. Report Shipping Out 44 Carloads of Ice CLEAR LAKE--The second day of. the ice harvest netted 44 ear- loads of ice shipped out. Ray Sandry, who is in charge of the work, has SO men on the job now and expects a r u n of at least two weeks. Orders to last that long have already been received. Local ice-men are also filling their icehouses. Rotanans Entertain Board of Education CLEAR LAKE--Members of the schoolboard were luncheon guests of the Rotary club at I. O. O. F. hall Thursday noon. B. C. Myhr, president of the board, spoke briefly concerning the new building and its construction. After the program the club members and guests went to the high school on a tour of inspection. Win Game 21-15. CLEAR LAKE--Fistler's team won over the Philippe team 21 to 15 in the intramural game played at the gym Thursday a f t e r school. F.istler was high point man with 11 points to his credit. Coach Chris'Johnston was in charge. Red Cross to Accept Donations of Clothing CLEAR LAKF--L. G. Stunkard, chairman o f . t h e local branch of the Red Cross, reports receipts totaling 5Â»2 on Thursday. The branch is now receiving donations of clothing also. Anyone having clothing to give may leave it at the Phillips hospital where it will be cared for and packed for shipment. Wearing apparel of any kind IE acceptable. GUILD MEMBERS SEW FOR RED CROSS Mrs. Wallace Drew entertained members of St. Margaret's Guild at her home, 317 South Second street, Thursday afternoon. The lime was spent in sewing for the Red Cross. Gets Fractured Skull. DES MOINES, (IP)--Pearl ,T. W. Overlon, 50, suffered a fractured s k u l l and inlernal i n j u r i e s when struck by a truck here Thursday nieht. His condition is critical. Mrs. Arleigh Eddy Presents ^ludy Before Lake Altrurian Club. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Arleigh Eddy presented the lesson on conservation for members of the Al- trurian club Thursday afternoon instead of Mrs. Chris Johnston, who was loo ill to attend. Mrs. Eddy reviewed a number of articles on the subject and Marie Bless presented the lesson in March of Time. Mrs. Fred Rogers 30G North Third street, was hostess mid served tea at the close of the afternoon. v s '* BRIDGE CLUB VOTES TO CHANGE NAME Mrs. J. W. Pattic, North Third street, was hostess to the A. B. C. Bridge club Thursday afternoon. Because there is another club bearing the initials A. B. C. the women voted to change the name of their club to C. L. C. club for fuuire use. Mrs. Charles Kelly won the high score prize and Mrs. P. W. Crawford, second high. Mrs. R. R. Stark, Pcoria, III., who is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Art J. Giles, North Second street, was a guest and was presented a guest prize. Mrs. Giles was winner of high score last week. The club members voted to give $5 to the Rod Cross for flood relief work. * - (C Mrs. Elmer Nelson Hostess to W.L.A.M. Club at Clear Lake CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Elmer Nelson was hostess to the W. L. A. M. club Thursday at an all day meeting. Mrs. Ed Holland gave a lesson on the preparation oC the dinner which was later served. Vegetables were featured in this lesson. In the a f t e r n o o n Mrs. Holland gave n lesson on (he dinner for the next meeting which wilt be held at the home of Mrs. H. R. Pcilzkc. New officers chosen nt the business session include Mrs. Holland, president, Mrs. M. L. Nutty, vice president, and Mrs. Ed Meinein, secretary and treasurer with Mrs. Chris Ashland as assistant. Mrs. Peitzke is press correspondent. XEW OFFICERS PRESIDE AT CIRCLE Dorcas circle of the Zion Lutheran aid met at the home of Mrs. John Rlinsen, South street, Thursday afternoon for the first meeting of the year. Members had been requested to bring guests and in were present, the new ol ficcrs, Mrs. A. B. Kntilson president. Mrs. Harold Atkins, vice president, Mrs. A. L. Diebler, secrclary and press reporter, and Mrs. H. G. Jensen, treasurer, were in charge nf the meeting. Plans were discussed for the work of the year and Mrs. Eli,i- sen served refreshments. Mrs KnulKon will be hostess next month. LAKH VIEW CLUB STUDIES HISTORY A lesson on the history of Cerro Gordo county and the city of Clear Lake was presented members of the Lake View club by Mrs. Harlcy Van Horn and Mrs. John Perkins at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. George Perkins Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. N. Prestholt led devotions and the group sang a number ot songs. The hostess served refreshments at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. Elmer Treloar will entertain the club on Feb. 11. Charles DeCamp Dies Here; Burial at Mount Vernon The "body of Charles W. DC Camp, 87, who died at the I. O. O. F. home Thursday morning following an illness of three days, was sent to Mount Vernon for burial. Mr. DeCamp was born June 25, 1849, in Virginia. He was admitled lo the home last November, coming here from Tipton. A nephew, Earl DeCamp of Mount Vernon, survives. Donald G. Tagesen Rites Held; Burial at Elmwood Cemetery Funeral services for Donald George Tagesen, 27, who died at a loivil hospital Tuesday following an illness, were held at the Patterson funeral home Friday afternoon, with the Rev. William Galbreth, pastor ot the Olivet M. E. church, in charge of services. Mrs. Leonard Lundahl and Mrs. A. 13. Anderson sang. They were accompanied by Mrs. Leon H, Woodward. "Mrs. Bertha Patchen presided at the organ. Pallbearers were H a r v e y Adams, Max Lamsen, William Hendricks, John Stevens, Emory Falland and John Hughes. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. MISS PEGGY SENNEFF HONORED AT TEA Miss Peggy Senncff was Ihc honor guest at a tea given Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Stuart N. Grummon, 303 Louisiana avenue southeast. The tea table was centered, with while pompoms and white tapers and Mrs. John A. Scnneff poured. A gift was presented to Miss SonnefE who will be married Wednesday lo Wright Percival of Des Moines. Add great mistakes in history: Don Juan's failure to sell the movie rights.--Lincoiln Star. Duy from Home Owned Grocery Little Pelton BROOMS Known Many Years as neltit; Ihc Bcsl M A N Y WOMEN REFUSE TO BUY ANV OTHER Doctors to Continue Immunization Work CLEAR LAKE--Clear Lake doctors expect to immunize and vaccinate several more children against diphtheria and smallpox on Saturday as not all could be cared for last week. Hours are from 2 until 5 p. m., and parents are asked to bring the authorization cards with them as they will save the physicians much time in making records. This is the last opportunity to take advantage of the special rates set for the county wide health drive. OWGSO CLTJB" DONATES TO FLOOD RELIEF Members of the Oweso club voted to give S15 to the Red Cross for flood relief at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Long Wednesday. Following the business m e e t i n g the women worked at piecing a quilt for Mrs. Long, Refreshments were served at the close. Mrs. Lyons will be hostess to the club on B'eb. 17. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Basketball games, Brill Hottentots vs. Marshall Swift's, 7:30 p. m. Buffalo Center vs. Clear Lake Lions 8:30 p. m. City council, City Waterworks. S a 1 u r d a y--Immunization program, 2 to 5 p. m. Roosevelt Birthday ball, Young Democrats, North Shore Country club. Sunday--Flood Relief Benefit dance, Stu-f ballroom. ANNIVERSARY TO SERVED BY C0UTSFEB.7-13 Plans Made at Meeting of Leaders of Local District. Plans for the observance in Mason City ot the twenty-seventh annual Boy Scout week Feb. 7-18, were outlined at a meeting of troop leaders of the Mason City district'of the North Iowa area council at the Y. M. C. A. Thursday evening, with F. C. Heneman, commissioner, presiding. Twenty- eight scouters were in attendance. Sunday, Feb. 7, the first day oÂ£ the week's observance, will be the scouts' day in church. Troops sponsored by churches w i l l attend in a body and other troop members will attend their churches as individuals. Scout Rally Planned. Monday, Feb. 8, there will be a citywide scout rally and indoor campfire at the St. John's parish hall, where a national scout broadcast will be heard. P r e s i d e n t Roosevelt, honorary president of the scout organization and Walter Head, president, w i l l participate in this broadcast. Camp fire stunts, songs and contests w i l l be a part ol the program, lo which parents and friends will be invited. On Saturday, Feb. 13, the Mason City scouls will for the sixth time lake over the city nnci county offices. The day's program includes a chilli feed at the parish hall in which scout leaders will also participate. Earle K. Behrend, scout executive, and other scout leaders arc making plans for window displays of -scout materials in the downtown section of the city. To Revise List. William Galbreth, c h a i r m a n of the court of honor, stated a rcvi sion of the merit badge list is under way. E. W. Lilly, chairman of the leadership training, stated a court would get under way Thursday, March 4, to run for six weeks. Dr. J. L. Paulcy, vice chairman in charge of the program, stated plans were getting under way to send a sizable delegation lo the national jamboree at Washington this summer. T h i r t y - f i v e p l a n n e d lo make the t r i p last s u m m e r when the big gathering was suddenly cancelled. BUSES LEAVING P. G. and E. Bldg. at Mason City for Clear Lake 6:20 A. M. Daily Â£X 7:35 A. M. Daily 9:00 A. M. Daily ,11:00 A. M. Daily 1:30 P. M. Daily 4:05 P. M. Daily 5:05 P. M. Daily 6:05 P. M. Daily 9:05 P. M. Daily 1 1 :05 P. M. Daily BUSES LEAVING M. C. C. L. Depot at .Clear Lake for Mason City Kxerpi Sun ilny 5:45 A. M. Daily 7:00 A. M. Daily 8:10 A. M. Daily ,10:00 A. M. Daily 12:05 P. M. Daily 2:30 P. M, Daily 4:00 P. M. Daily 5:05 P. M. Daily 7:05 P. M. Daily 10:30 P. M. Daily Kxr.rpt S11II (In y n d a y Buses Will Operate Over U. S. H i g h w a y 106 -- (South Clear Lake Road) Complete Time Table Cards W i l l Be Furnished Upon Request MOTOR VEHICLE DIVISION J. H. Siesseger, Gen. Supfr.