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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, January 30, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 30 テつキ 1937 SEVEK Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J . Residence Phone 67 LIONS STRUGGLE IN VAIN BATTLE Buffalo Center Wins 14-1!, Marshall- Swift Downs Hottentots. CLEAR LAKE--The Clear Lake Lions went down in defeat before the onslaught of the Buffalo Center live with an 11 to 14 score in a conference game on the home floor. Neither team had met a conference defeat before this season. 'Earlier in the evening the Brill Hottentots bowed to Mason City's Marshall-Swift team in a 20 to 33 score. Buffalo Center started the scoring with Kopp and Smith each taking a free toss and then Kopp landed a single before Coe cinched a pair of free throws for Clear Lake. In the second quarter Kei- wert captured a single'and Arlc- wright a basket for Buffalo Center before Murphy bunched a lone nne with a basket and Coe laid another free toss through the iron. Score Quickly. Smith gathered in a goal tor Buffalo Center in the first halt minute of the second half and Kopp repeated his feat. Murphy sent one through the loop lor Clear Lake and was followed by Smith who did the same for the visitors. Larson closed their scoring with a single which Rulan matched for the Lions with Murphy looping another goal near the finish. For the independents, Marshall- Swift began scoring early in the game with two baskets and a single. The Hottentots jumped into action and did the same, tying the score for a few minutes before the half. _The Mason Cityans then came on with two singles, two loops and another lone one while the Hottentots took one oテつ」 each. Children March. In the last half Brower scored three field goals in a row for Marshall and Swift, Connely did four and a toss and Cordle and Martin accounted for a field, goal each. Garnet scored three hoops for the Britt men and McCormick one with Hendricks and Peterson scoring singles. A capacity crowd was out to see the battles. Good sized delegations were present from Mason City and テつキテつ」Ut. for .the preliminary bout and .a large number came from Buffalo Center to cheer the team. The Clear Lake high school pep band "vplayed a number ot fine selections . ('and the junior drum corps did bet-"ter than ever in presentation of drills and marches. The children had several new marches Friday night and drew a big hand as they m a r c h e d and countermarched. Miss Clara Metcalf and John Kopecky are in charge of the two features. cr.rAR LAKE: LIONS--u IBlJFPAl.n CENTER I VARSITV--U [ H i \ if lift 3 2|t.*r.*on t n 1 2 I SlArluvrlrhl t I テつォ I 0 n i t v e h v r r t c ft I ;1 ft T j S m l l h r 2 I -J fl "JC. K n p i i K 7 I n 1 ' n n; TOTALS A .f 8[ TOTALS .t 4 ft R u n n i n g more, riy q u a r t e r n CLEAR LAKE 2 fi R I I BUFFALO CENTER, * * II It reft: Murray, limpir*: Giltiertson. Srorer: U n d e r k o f l e r . Timer: Cnne. MAR.-SWIFT--38 (HOTTENTOTS-- 2lテつサ Brower f Martin t Connely テつォ Hawks f Cordle c Suter f Itテつォ P'l S 1 1| Garnet f \ 0 l!|McCormtclc f 1 n l|Johnsan f 4 2 '^IRydson c 1 1 2!Peterson c 3 3 3]Hendrlck f 1 0 OICliTk f IJacobion f ILudieky ( 1 TOTALS If tl ft I 0 I TOTALS 15 8 1 1 1 STOP* bv f ] U テつサ r l c r s : MARSHAIX-SW.IFT fi 11 " BRITT HOTTENTOTS . . . . A 8 I R ftr.rr r: M n rra y. I : m p i rr: ( il bv Srnrrr; WalLrr. Timrr: Crtnr. (j H. H. Walrods Return From Trip South CLEAD LAKF--Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Walrod returned' Thursday from a southern trip which took them clown through Oklahoma, along the Gulf oテつ」 Mexico to Florida and back through the Ozarks in Arkansas. They crossed the Mississippi river at New Orleans and saw a little high water in Arkansas but not anything .of the big flood. They drove over 5,000 miles and returned before they had really planned to for fear of getting into the flooded areas and not being able to come when they wished to. They were gone three weeks. AUTO DEATHS AT ALL TIME PEAK 38,500 Killed on Highways of U. S. During 1936. INVESTIGATE OUR $5.00 AUTO INSURANCE POLICY. Cerro Gordo Loan - Bl k Investment Co. 'ie 175 VJ,:, Clear Lake At Flood Benefit Ball CLEAR LAKE--Appearing in a miniature, ballroom waltz and an adagio act at the Surf ballroom Sunday evening" arc Beverly Billniiin and Norman Schobcr, two of Clear LaUc's promising young dancers. The ball is eriven for flic benefit of flood sufferers and is sponsored by Curl Fox, テつォlio is donating 1 the use of the Surf and by Bobby Griggs' orchestra. All receipts above actual expenses will be turned over lo !lic American Rct Cross Iliroiifrii the Ccrro Gordo county chapter. Beverly Billman is a duufflitcr of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bithnaii and Norman Schobcr is Ihc son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Schnbcr, nil of Clear Lake. Miss Barbara Jsaacs, Mason City, is presenting a 30 m i n u t e f l n n r show at the ball at lOtfO p. m. List Important Events on Lake's Weekly Calendar H i g h School Dedication'' Tops Interesting Entries in February. CLEAR LAKE--Several most interesting events are scheduled for the first week in February. Of course the thing which overtops nil else is the dedication ot the new high school on Tuesday eve- ing when Miss Agnes Samuelson, state sperinlendent of public instruction, will come to Clear Lake to make the dedicatory address. The building w i l l be thrown open to inspection following the program. The week opens with Boy Scout troop No. 17 under the leadership of S. P. Hanson holding a Dad-Son banquet in recognition of the twenty-seventh anniversary of scouting in the United States. According to Mr. Hansen .a distinctly different program will be given. Odd Fellows will hold their usual lodge meeting at the hall Monday evening. D. II. V. Meets. Mrs. Orren Porter will entertain the Clear Lake Poultry Improvement association at her home, 301 Winnie street, Monday H'! day. Mrs. Sol Olt and R. C, Meier are in charge of the program. Daughters of Union Veterans will meet with Mrs. .1. F. Charlesworth Monday evening, Rcfresh- mcnls will be served. Mrs. J. C. Davenport will be hostess lo the Progress club Monday afternoon with Mrs. L. C. Stuart leading the lessun on Benes and Otto Hapsburg. Wa-Tan-Ye club will hold a business session and eat 6:30 dinner at the high school economics rooms Monday evening. Miss Eunice Chism is hostess. On Tuesday afternoon the Civic league will meet ;it the city hall with the press committee in charge of the program. Mrs. H. K. Wnlts will review "Boy and G i r l Tramps of America" and Miss C'lolilde P h i l i p p e w i l l read some humorous script. The committee ivill be assisted by Mcsdamcs Harold Cnne, Carl Fox and Dale Harmon. Refreshments will be served. Ball 3.1 Surf. The a n n u a l masquerade hall of Danish Brotherhood lodge No. 219 will be held at the Surf Tuesday evening 1 . Art's Nighthawks will play and prizes are offered for various costumes. Towsend club No. 1 will meet at the city hall Tuesday evening. Lions club will hold the usual Wednesday noon luncheon at the Legion clubrooms Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Rich will entertain the Home Improvement club at her home Wednesday at a 1:30 o'clock dessert luncheon. A program will be given. The Methodist Ladies' aid will feature a Women's International Fellowship tea at the regular aid meeting to be held at the Molh- odils church Wednesday a f t e r noon. A special program including an address by Mrs. W. G. Muhleman of Algona and a quartet of Negro women from the Union'Memorial church at Mason City will sing a group of spirituals. A business session will precede the tea. Mrs. Raymond Anderson, North Center street, will entertain the Friendship Chain club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Games at Gym. Three intramural games of basketball will be played at the high school gymnasium Wednesday evening. These games arc open to the public and no admission is charged. Mrs. John Perkins will entertain group No. 6 of the Congregational aid Wednesday afternoon. The American Legion auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening at the Legion clubrooms for the regular monthly session. Rotarians will hold the usual noon luncheon at I. O. O. F. hall on Thursday. A general meeting of the Zion Lutheran Ladies' aid will be held at the church Thursday afternoon Pythian Sisters and Knights of Pythias lodges will meet at I. O. D. F. hall for a 6:30 dinner Thursday evening. Private intsallation of officers will follow. Take New Names. Mrs. R. R. Toepel, 216 South Second street, will entertain the C. L. C. club Thursday afternoon This is the club formerly known as the A. B. C. club. Mrs. E. B. Stillman, North Third street, will entertain Soro- sis club members Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Will 'Rich will lead the lesson on war. Twentieth Century club wil meet Thursday at the home o Mrs. C. A. Knutson, North Thin .street, wild Mrs. Harold Hushau leading the lesson on crime. An intramural basketball came w i l l be played nt '.r.lf, p. m. Ihc high school gym Thursday, To Elect Officers. Clear Lake Co-operative creamery stockholders will hold the an- n u a l meeting at I. O. O. F. hal Friday afternoon. Important business and election of officers wil be on the program. Circle Wo. 3 of (he Methodis 1 Aid will meet Friday afternoon a the home of Mrs. Fuller Bailey North Fourth street. W. R. C. will meet at I. O. O F hall Friday afternoon for the usual business session. The officers hope to complete the installation which was left over from January because of the illness o members. Mrs. A. C. Liggett, 312 Norll' Second street, \vi]J cntcrtHiii (lie U. Y. B. card c l u b Friday evening. Clear Lake and Garner wil play b n s k c l b n l l on the home flooi Friday evening. Women Appearing on M. E. Aid Program CLEAR LAKE:--Mrs. Robert B Norton and Mrs. Oscar Peterson presented readings on the program of circle No. 4 of the Methodist aid which met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Skinner, Eell street. Mrs. Free Heathershaw assisted Mrs. Skinner in serving the 17 members and 10 guests present. :? * 3 UXGER LONGER CLUI5 HOLDS MEKT Linger Longer club met at the home of Mrs. Carl Bitkcr Friclaj afternoon for the regular business meeting and program. Luncheon was served at the close. Mrs. Reuben Fryer. Clara street, will be hostess in two weeks. * * * WOMEN SUBSTITUTE AT CARD CLUB SESSION Miss Ora Pierce, Mrs. Henry Marshal! and Mrs. C. F. Olsson were substitutes at the U. Y B club meeting at the home of Mrs. L. O. Kimball Friday evening. Light refreshments were served by the hostess and cards were the evening's diversion. Mrs. A. C. Liggett will be hostess next Friday. .ocal Branch Sends . Contribution of $ 150 CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. J.' W. 'attie, secretary of the local branch of the Red Cross chapter oテつ」 Cerro Gordo county, reports he receipt of more than $160 for floijd relief during the past 24 lours. She has now sent $500 to the county chapter. Mrs. Pattie states that the need is still great and contributions of more money will be gladly received. Seer and Gasoline Tax Collections in January Show Gain DBS MOINES, (if)--The state reasurer's office reported Satur!ay that beer and gasoline tax coir ections during January showed i $128,451.07 increase over collec- ions the same month last year. Beer taxes and permit fees totaled 589,076.94, a gain of S15,- 383.46; and gasoline taxes were $1,084,056.67, a gain of SH3.067.6l. You can tell flu from a mere cold. Just keep going, and if it is a mere cold you won't be holding a lily next week--Fountain Inn, (S. Car.) Tribune. Clear Lake Calendar Saturday -- Roosevelt Birthday ball, Young Democrats, North Shore Country club. Sunday--Flood relief benefit dance, Surf ballroom. Monday--Boy Scouts' Dad and Son banquet, 6:30 p. m. Odd Fellows lodge No. 187, I O. O. F. hall,' 8 p. m. Clear Lake Poultry Improvement association, Mrs. Orren Porter, 301 Winnie street, D. U. V., Mrs. J. F. Charlesworth, East Main street, 7:30 p. m. Progress club, Mrs. J. C. Davenport, North Fourth street 2:30 p. m. Wa-Tan-Ye club, high school 6:30 p. m. Tuesday--Civic League, city hall 2:30 p. m. Danish Brotherhood Masquerade ball. Surf ballroom. Dedication of high school, auditorium, 7:30 p. m. Townsend club No. 1, city hall 7:30 p. m. Wednesday--Group No. 6, Congregational aid, Mrs. John Perkins, 3 p. m. Lions club, Legion clubrooms 12:15 p. m. Home Improvement club, Mrs Frank Rich, 1:30 p. m. Woman's International Fellowship tea, Methodist church, 2 p. m. Friendship Chain club, Mrs Raymond Anderson, North Center street. Intramural games, Constock- V/hitney, 7 p. m.; Bacon-Fistler 7:50 p. m.; Brager-Mullarky, 8:40 p. m,, high school gym. Thursday--Rotary club, I. O. O F. hall, 12:15 p. m. Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid, church. Pythian Sisters, Knights ot Pythias,. I. O. O.' F. hall, G:30 p. m. I C. L. C. club, Mrti R. R. Toepel, 216 South Second street, 2 p m. Junior Federation club. Sorosis club, Mrs. E. B. Stillman, North Third street. Twentieth Century club, Mrs. C. A. Knutson, North Third street. Intramural game, Philippe- Palmeter, 5:15 p. m. high school gym. Friday--Creamery meeting, I. O O. F. hall, 1:30 p. m. Circle No. 3, Methodist aid Mrs. F u l l e r Bailey, North Fourth street. U. Y. B. card club, Mrs, A. C. Liggett. 312 North Second street. W. R. C., I. O. O. F. hall, 2:30 P. Ml. Basketball game, Clear Lake vs. Garner, here. Tax collections during January are on beer and gasoline sold in December. I n h e r i t a n c e t a x collections amounted to $78,766.01 during the month, a decrease of S^l.,822.01 under' collections in January last year. Real Estate Transfers Zcigler, Vivian, William Everts and Hale Everts to H. F. Everts, $1.00 QCD. N 82 ft. of L 25 B 4, H. E. Francisco's Second Add to M. C. 1-23-37. Hyde, Sam R. and wife to Margaret Broeffle, $400.00. QCD L 9, 32 : 36. Oxley, William A. to Margaret Broeffle, $1.UO. N'i of Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and fi in sub of NE'/t NE'/i 2896-22,-except the N 13.23 rods of said lots. 10-21-30. Hardy, James IT., lo Minnie Hardy $1 QCD L 9 B 68, Meservey's Add. to Mason City, 1-18-37. Boomhower, L. R. and wf. to Marie L. Swarner 51 beginning at a point 33 ft. S. and 33 ft. W. of NE corner of NE'/i SE'A 10-Q6-20, thence S. 142.1 ft. thence W. 55.6 ft., thence N. 142.1 ft. thence E. 55.6 ft. Dougherty, John _ to Bernard Dougherty, $1 S 1-3 of all that part of the NE'/i 36-94-19 which lies E. of center line of C. N. W. Ry.; also tract oテつ」 land commencing on E. line of 36-94-19 thence 1448 ft. S. from NE corner of said section, thence 2438.3 ft. to Ely line of railroad r-w, thence SEly 124.2 fl., thence E. 2351.8 ft. to E. line ot Sec. 38, thence N. 90.D ft. to beg. 3-2-35. Clear Lake Briefs Influenza, colds, sinus trouble q u i c k l y relieved. Dr. Rorvig, Chiropractor, Clear Lake. The Rev. A. J. Urne's returned Friday from Minneapolis where he has been visiting his family since Monday. For Rent -- Modern apartment. Fred Rod.eers. iUr. and Itlrs. F. C. DuBruyn, テつキ100 North Third strcnl. p l a n In leave Sunday for DCS Moines where they w i l l visit Mrs. DeBruyn's relatives and Ihen so lo Reasnor to visit Mr. DcBruyn's relatives. They will be gone sov.- era! days. Mrs. Jra Jones, 500 North Third street, who is ill with pneumonia, was reported slightly better Saturday morning. A trained nurse from Mason City is caring for Mrs. Jones. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roland Carter at their home on South Third street Saturday morning. The Carters already had a daughter. Marilyn Sweeney, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sweeney, 400 Jefferson street, has returned from Mason City where she was taken Sunday for treatment of an eye infection and is much improved. She has been very ill since Chirstmas day with glarid fever. iMr. and Mrs. Sever Nelson. 301 Clara street are recovering from a siege of the flu. Mrs. A. J. Erlcksnn, who Is confined to Park hospital in Mason City, remains about the same. Her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Crane visits her every day. Issue Permit. CLEAR LAKE--Frank Mayers was issued a cigaret permit by the city council at its meeting in the waterworks building Friday evening. Other routine business was disposed of. Little is heard oテつ」 the old Spanish prisoner hoax that once wrung the hearts of the gullible. A Spaniard, alive and well ' " strong jail, is doing now.--Rarron's. and in nicely for Effective Sunday, January 31,1937 BUSES LEAVING P. G. and E. BIdg. at Mason City for Clear Lake BUSES LEAVING M. C. C. L. Depot at Clear Lake for Mason City E x c e p t S u n d a y Except S u n d a y 6:20 A. M. Daily 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 11:05 P. M. Daily Buses Will Operate Over U. S. Highway 106 -- (South Clear Lake Road) E \ 11. p 1 Stinrlay 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. E A c e ji' S u n d a y FARE S C H E D U L E Adult, one way 25c Adult, round trip . . ; 40c Half, one way i 5 C Ha(f, round trip 25c COMMUTATION TICKETS 50 ride, limited (not transferable) $6.25 50 ride, unlimited . $8.75 25 ride, unlimited $4.50 Excursion rates after 6:00 P. M. week days and t h r o u g h o u t Sunday 25c for round trip. Complete Time Table Cards Will Be Furnished Upon Request MOTOR V E H I C L E DIVISION ^J. H. Siesseger, Gen. Supt.

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