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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 9 1936 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRtCKS, New Editor LEE DEW1GGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Fixm 3IO-W Residence Phone 67 LIONS WIN AT CEDAR RftPiBS ·Lake Chalb Up 19 Victories I Cfear Lake Calendar ay -- Hi-Lo Bridge club at Mrs. JV:er Kautson. South East street. Frisciils club at Mrs. H. A. Lord fecsi?. North Fifth street, Mrs. **· hostess ' J 1 n ( » and : Defeats C L E A R L A K E--The Lions breezed through their last scheduled game, downing Franklin high of Cedar Rapids 31 to 30 Saturday night This gives the locals a record of 19 victories and three defeats in the hands of New Hampton and two to Webster City. The locals had a two point margin in their former victory this year over Franklin high, but were lucky Saturday night to maintain any lead. In the last eight seconds of the game Jensen fouled but Hollenbeck, Cedar Rapids forward, failed to toss them and the locals still led 31 to 30. The tilt, played in the spacious gym of Franklin high, was a fast game with neither team making a substantial lead. The Franklin boys led 8 to 6 at the quarter and Clear Lake forced its way to leau 15 U,-14 at the half by a gift shot made good by Lane. Another free throw by Lane and a closeup by Jynauska evened up the tally at 16. VRed" Ostrander outdid himself in this game for a total of 11 points, the largest box score he has made during his high school basketball experience. He dropped in another and the opponents came back with seven points. Lane broke through the defense for three more to tie up the tally at 24. The locals led 30 to 28 until Ostrander dropped another gift shot and Hollenbeck made another shot for the opponents. Clear Lake meets St. Ansgar in the first round of the tournament this week. Clear Lake--31 FG F Lane, f 6 2 Widger, f 0 o Leins, c 1 0 Jensen, g 0 2 Murphy, g 1 0 Ostrander, g 5 1 j Tuesday--Tina Rebekah lodge at I. O. O. F. hall, Mrs. C. A. Com stock and Mrs. W. H. Ward, co- hostesses of the serving committee. V«Jnesdav--Preliminary state declamatory contest at Ventura, 8. Clear Lake Livestock Shippers association at Methodist church, dinner at 12. Do Your Bit club at Ada Zirbel farm home, all day meeting. Tabitha circle of Zion Lutheran church at Mrs. Norman Larson home with Mrs. Halvor Larson assisting, 2:30. Stafford post of the American Legion at Legion clubrooms. Congregational Ladies' Aid society at church, 3:30, supper at 6. Women's home Missionary society at Mrs. Will Rich home, North Third street. Sunshine club luncheon at Mrs. Peter Knutson home, South East street. Thursday--Trinity circle of Zion Lutheran church, at Mrs. Jens Wind home. Royal Neighbors and Modern Woodmen in regular session at I. O. O. F. hall, refreshments, 8. Busy Bee club at Mrs. Elmer Luscomb home, all day meeting. Priscilla circle at Mrs. John Osnes home. Lake View club at Mrs. Elmer Treloar home, 2:30. Thimble Bee club at Mrs. Frank Clark home, picnic dinner. Friday--Christian Workers at Mrs. J. S. Anderson home, East Main street. RITES HELD FOR MRS. C. SILSBY Christian Science Service Held at Clear Lake Residence. CLEAR LAKE-- Funeral service: for Mrs. C. S. Silsby, wife of a pi oneer cafe owner, were held Satur day afternoon at the residence Mrs. D. H. Campbell officiated a the Christian Science service. Burial was made in the Clear Lake cemetery. Pallbearers were businessmen of the city, J. C. Davenport, C. A. Knutson, William Orr Bruce Kennedy and George Ott. Surviving her death are her husband, two sisters and a number of nieces and nephews. Alonzo Whitney, Pontiac, Mich.; Eugene Whitney, Omaha, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. 1 0 J. Whittemore, Fort Dodge; and Mrs. Genevieve Kugler, St. Paul, and Mrs. E. D. Babcock, St. Paul, were among the out-of-town relatives at the services. 13 Cedar Rapids--30 FG Kinch, f 3 Eddy, f 0 Hollenbeck, f 3 Kanellis, c 1 Jynauska, g 2 Alt, g I Currell, 'g. 3 Davidson, g l 5 F 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Stanley Wick Wins Scholastic Honors at Wheaton College CLEAR LAKE--Stanley Wick, son of Mrs. Iver Hodnefield of 400 E. Main street, was the recent recipient of senior scholastic honors at Wheaton College, Wheaton, 111., with a class average of 89.6. Mr. Wick, who is a junior year transfer student from Augsburg college, Minneapolis, Minn., has also been active in men's glee club. Belts, men's literary society, and on the Gospel Messenger's team., Wheaton college holds the highest possible accreditation for an institution of its type, and its unusual drawing- power is attested to by the fact that 43 states and 13 foreign countries are represented in the 998 students enrolled in its three divisions. Masons Hold Rites for Member, F. .Opel CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Fred Opel were held Sunday afternoon at the Ward Funeral home. Dr. E. W. Riner, pastor of the M. E. church and the Masonic lodge officiated. E. K. Greene read the ritualistic services at the Funeral home and for interment at the Clear Lake cemetery. Mrs. Faith Monaghen sang several numbers, "Sonieivhere A Voice is Calling," and "Sweet Hour of Prayer." · Pallbearers at the services were Masons--E. W. Winnie, C. A. Knutson, J. C. Davenport, H. E. Freeman, C. N. Wright and C. C. Branson. ' A widow, Mrs. Opel and son Frederick, survive him. Special Work Features Meeting of Troop 3C CLEAR LAKE--Boy Scout troop 30 which meets Monday night a 7:30 has a number of interesting things planned for the program, A demonstration of fire by friction signal work by Junior Fredricksor and Lloyd Lyons, and a period of nature study by David Barber are planned for this program. It certainly is true, as has been said, that if a man advocates dividing the wealth, he is either poor or running for office. -- Leavenworth Times. LAKE THEATRE Last Time Monday Joan Marsh - Ben 1/ynn "DANCING FEET" Tuesday Only There are 50 reasons why you should attend this show Miriam Hopkins - Joel McCrea "SPLENDOR" Clear Lake Briefs Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Witke, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Austin Minette and son, James Wellmon, drove to Minneapolis Monday for a short stay with parents of Mrs. Witke and Mrs. Minette. New Spring Suits and Topcoats-buy them on our "Budget Plan"-pay $5 down . . . split the balance over 10 weeks and that's all. Abel Son Inc., Mason City. Mrs. Oscar Peterson and Mrs. Frank Siesseger were expected to return Monday night from a weekend stay at St. Paul with their daughters, Irma Peterson and Jean Siesseger, students at St. Catherne's academy. Mr. and Mis. George Kabrick, Crane street, spent Sunday at Forest City with Mrs. Kabrick's father, "·rank P. Oleson who is recovering from an automobile accident. They also visited relatives at Joice. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scherf, daughter, Lorraine, and son. Donne, of Waverly spent Sunday at Mr. Scherf's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Scherf, South Second street. Eugene Whitney, Omaha, Nebr., spent the week-end in Clear Lake where he attended the funeral of bis aunt, Mrs. C. S. Silsby, and visited his mother, Mrs. Eugene Whitney, North Second street. Miss Elizabeth Brandon, Des Moines, arrived Monday to- serve as curse for the Clear Lake schools. She was recommended and obtained through the Iowa State Board of Health. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Knudsen, East Main street, spent Sunday in Dike with Mr. Knudsen's father and brother. Miss Marnis Hatch, South Second street, spent Sunday at New Hampton with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Villadson, north of Clear Lake, are the parents of an eight pound son .born Monday morning at their homp. This is the first son in the family. Bliss Neva McGowan, East Main street, left Saturday, to spend a few days' with firends at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Humphrey, who are moving to Rudd, were _"* en a farewell party at the Ralph Trego home Friday evening. Mrs. W. D. Hartsough, North Oak street, returned Sunday from a three weeks' stay with her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Buffington, Nevada', who has been in a hospital there. Mrs. Buffington accompanied her home by ambulance and will remain here until she is well. Dr. A. B. Phillips and Abe Van Hoosen spent Monday in Des Moines attending the funeral of a friend. Roy French resumed his duties as janitor of the high school Monday morning after being laid up for the past 10 weeks by a leg and knee injury. Miss Oreta Minette, association president of the Wa-Tan-Ye club, and Margaret Bagley of Mason City, club organizer, left Monday morning for Mitchell, S. Dak., where they will visit the Mitchell club. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Drew and daughter, Mrs. Franklin Miller, and son. Bud Drew, Emmetsburg, visited Clear Lake friends Saturday afternoon. They had been at Mason City to attend the funeral of M. G. Wimmer, Case of Typhoid Fever. NASHUA--Court Audikirk, 13, a fitfh grade student, is ill with typhoid fever, it being- only the second case to develop here in the past 25 years. Gets Sentence for Sketching Air Field LONDON, (jft~ Dr. Hermann Gortz, German lawyer, was found guilty by a jury Monday of violating the official secrets act by making a sketch of an army flying Held. He was sentenced to four years in prison. Biedermans Feted Upon Departure for Home at Osage CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown entertained Mr. and Mrs. William Biederman and the Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Blough at a farewell fete for the Biedermans Sunday night, before their departure for their new home at Osage. They moved Monday to a farm south of Osage. Mrs. Biederman was a teacher in the Congregational Bible school. Missionary Unit to Be Held at Rich Home CLEAR LAKE--The Woman's Home Missionary society will convene at the Mrs. Will Rich home, North Third street, Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock for a dessert luncheon. The time of the meeting has been changed to accommodate farm women who will attend the Clear Lake Shippers' association at the Methodist church at noon. Mrs. Anna Galford will lead the devotions and Mrs. Ray Robbins will give the lesson. Mrs. Frank Ott will be in charge of the enigmas. Mrs. Rteh and committee will serve refreshments at 1:30. Rovn of Armstrong Is in Representative Race ARMSTRONG, UP)--I* C. Rovn, ocal cafe proprietor, has announced his republican candidacy for the state house of representatives from Emm.ett county. Alexander Driver Fined. . HAMPTON -- Marvin Klinefelter of Alexander was fined ,?5 and costs by Justice J. J. Sharpe for driving a motor truck without a corner marker and a tail light. He was arrested on highway 65. Buys Shoe Shop Equipment. BRICELYN--H. O. Gjere purchased the equipment and stock of the S. J. Amundson harness and shoe shop. Tax Increase 5.22 Mills. MARBLE ROCK--The property tax levy for the county and state in the town of Marble Rock was increased 5.22 mills during the year 1935, which tax is now due and being paid. The tax levy for the schools for the same period was increased .09 mills. In the town of Mar. ble Rcok, the schools received 40.09 per cent of the tax raised, the state received 51.17 per cent and the town the remainder, 8.74 per cent. This is in addition to the special taxes. Will-Honor Squads. IOWA FALLS--The Community club, Rotary club and Lions club win unite to honor the Ellsworth Junior college, high schools boys' and girls' basketball squads. A banquet will be served the last of the month at the Community club rooms. Ice Harvest Completed. FERTILE--The season for putting up ice in Fertile closed this week. Several tons were hauled to Forest City and two large buildings were filled in Fertile. Mort Haugen, proprietor of the Fertile meat market, had charge of cutting the ice. Leaves for Marshalltown. GREENE--Maynard Bruce, who is associated with a wholesale flour and feed company at Marshalltown, left the first of the week to resume his duties. Mr. Bruce was formerly in the feed mill here with his father, E. L. Bruce. PARK THEATRE TONIGHT - TUBS. - WED. "THE MIGHTY BAKNUM" Wallace Beery - Adolph, Menjou Virginia Bruce - Rochelle' Hudson Hollywood Jfws, Cartoon, Vaudeville. ]0e and lie [^--Federal Income Tax-DEDUCTIONS FOR TRAVELING EXPENSES NO. 28. To obtain a deduction for traveling expenses, which form an important item in the returns of many taxpayers, certain regulations must be observed. The taxpayer is required to attach to his return a statement showing the nature of business in which engaged, number of days away from borne during: the taxable year on account of business, total amount of expense incidental to meals and lodging, and total amount of "other expenses" incident to travel and claimed as a deduction. Among the "other expenses" are tips, provided they are reasonable in amount. Traveling expenses are deductible only when the trip is on business. They are limited to such expenses aa are reasonable and necessary in the conduct of the business and directly attributable to it. Traveling expenses incurred in connection with a journey to another city to accept or seek employment are not deductible. Suburbanites who commute daily from their homes to their places of business are not permitted to deduct the coat of transportation, it being a personal expense. Claims for deduction for traveling' expenses must be substantiated, when required by the commissioner of internal revenue, showing in detail the amount and nature of the expenses incurred. Ten Pearls in Oyster. CHEYENNE, Wyo., (UP) -- Loretta Cobry had a thrill recently when she she found 10 pearls in an oyster. The thrill was short lived, however, as the pearls had been ruined when the oyster was cooked. When the democrats meet in Philadelphia next June, Al Smith expects to take a walk. Four years ago in Chicago, they took him for a ride.--St. Louis Post-Dispatch. New Automobiles Anson Marston, route 3, Dodge truck. Firestone Tire and Rubber company, 115 East State street, Buick sedan. W. C. Bisgrove, Clear Lake, International pickup. Iowa Rent-A-Car company, City, Chevrolet coach. Mrs. A. L. Crider. 222 First street southeast. Ford coupe. Earl Amundson, 1130 Second street southwest, Chevrolet truck. W. G. Block company, Davenport, two CMC trucks. J. E. Wilson, 316 North Federal avenue. Oldsmobile coupe. A. R. Finley, City, Buick sedan. M. L. Rucker, route 3, Ford truck. Donald F. Murphy, Eadmar hotel, Chevrolet sedan. Henkel Concrete and Supply company. City, Ford pickup. Lucille Clancy, Y. W. C. A., Chevrolet sedan. Marshall J. Nelson, 316 North Federal avenue, Oldsmobile coupe. Elmore Nelson, 316 North Federal avenue, Oldsmobile sedan. Pfaff Baking company. City, Chevrolet truck. A. C. Kluck, 939 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, DeSoto coach. Kenyon Cheese company, Inc., Clear Lake, Dodge truck. International Harvester company, City, two International trucks. W. S. Lawrence, 402 Twelfth street northwest, Dodge coach. John Gauley, Sheffield, Ford coacb. Farmers' Co-operative association, Thornton, Ford truck. G. L. Harris, Clear Lake, Chrysler sedan. J. R. Whorley, 504 Twelfth street northwest, Chevrolet coach. D. W. McGreevey, 59 River Heights, Chevrolet sedan. Farm Products company, Sixth street southwest, Dodge truck. Dewey Glidewell. Northwestern Bell Telephone company, Chevrolet coach. Olaf men, 212 Delaware avenue southeast, International truck. Civil Service Exams Announced by Price Open competitive examinations for the civil service positions of junior calculating machine operator, $1,410 a year, assistant land negotiator, $2,600 a year, and junior Jand negotiator, $2,000 a year, were anounced Monday by Charles E. Price, local secretary of the examining board, at the local postpffice. The latter two positions are in the Bureau of Biological Survey of the Department of Agriculture. Mrs. Vernmelen Buried. NEW HAMPTON--Funeral services were held Monday morning at St. Joseph's church, here, for Mrs. John Vcrmuelen, 32. Surviving are her husband, a 4 year old son; her parents, one brother and three sisters. Escapes are made from federal and state prisons by 1 per cent of the prisoners, a census bureau study shows.--United States News. 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