Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 19, 1934 · Page 6
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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 19, 1934
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 Pease Chosen Chairman of Teachers Committee Mass Orchestra Is Feature of Convention at Fort Dodge. CLEAR LAKE. March 19.--Supt. C A Pease returned this week-end from Fort Dodge where he attended the North Central division convention of the Iowa State Teachers association March 15, 16 and 17. He was named chairman of the executive committee which will make arrangements for the 1935 convention to be held in Mason City. This appointment is a forerunner to the presidency of the organization. Kate Skinner of Fort Dodge, was named president, C. L. McDowell of Spencer, and H. J. Williams other members of the executive committee for the coming year. K. E. Nyquist of Mason City was elected treasurer. : About 1,200 persons attended the convention this year. One of the highlights of the-meeting was the mass orchestra, made up of 100 students from schools in the division ·which played a 45 minute concert Thursday night. Prof. Charles Righter of the University of Iowa directed the group after having rehearsed -with the group for two days Four local students, Lucille Winnie, Clarence Pease, Mary Ann CutRateGrocery PRICES BELOW GOOD AT BOTH STORES FOR TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 30 E. State St.--Phone 112-113 508 1st. St. S. W.--Phone 114 C. A. PEASE GELATINE Dessert (all flavors) 6 pkgs... Milk, 4 large 2° c Brooms 89c, 49c, o9c Vanilla Flavor, 8 oz. bottle I9c lOc Pumpkin, 3 cans... 35c lOc Sal Soda, 3 pkgs.....' 25o tOc Baking Soda, S pkgs. 25« Raisins, per p k g . . . . . . . . 1»° ·"Boneless Codfish, 1-IK box Zao Mackerel, tall can...... lOc lOe Kidney Beans, 4 cans 35c Mr. Farmer: Bring us your eggs. We pay 16c in trade for eggs and ypiir TEA ' Best Gr. Tea (bulk) lb. 25o Best Blk. Tea (bulk) lb. 2oc Lipton's Gr. Tea, 1 lb. pkg. 35c Cut Rate Special Tea, pkg. 28c Tea Sittings, 1 lb. pUg.. e piLLSBURY's PANCAKE FLOTIK, 4-pound sack. Hughes ana Greta Chappell played with this 'group. Among the speakers were Dr Dcaring. president of the Oakland DRAMA PLAYERS TO GO TO MEET Cast of "High Heart," to Compete in Class B at Iowa City. CLEAR LAKE, March 19.--Clear Lake high school students have a busy week ahead of them with extra curricular activities at hand. The Golden Masque presents two one act plays at the high school tonight for the public's approval. The production, "The High Heart," by Adelaide Rowell which has a cast of seven players, will be given at Iowa City Thursday night at the state play contest and is given tonight j with another, "The Fantasy," for the approval of the public. In Class B Section. Clear Lake enters the contest in the class B section, competing against six schools, Sigourney and Grundy Center on Thursday evening, Anamosa, Nevada, Hampton and Denison on Friday. The local group plans to leave either 'Wednesday night or Thursday evening. Supt. C. A. Pease and Miss I l^CCU.^U£i I- 1 * WM»w»»»»- City college in Indiana. Superintendent Bogan, city superintended of Chicago, Dorothy Fuldtheim ot Cleveland who will speak in Mason City this week, and Agnes Samuelson state superintendent of public instruction. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS 5c 25c 25c 25c lOc 25c. loo 25c lOc loo lOc lOc loc 25c 28c lOn lOe lOc 15c Care Free Minstrels, Community Bldg., Mar. 20-21. Adm. 10, 25, 35c. J. J. Kuns spent Sunday at Albert Lea, Minn. Care Free Minstrels, Community Bldg., Mar. 20-21. Adm. 10, 25, 35c. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Scott, South Third street, left Sunday to spend several days in Des Moines. Mrs. George Raw left Saturday for Des Moines where she will spend this week with her daughter. Among the out-of-town friends at the funeral of Frank L. Colgan were Mrs. Will Peterson, Mrs. Ray Os- treicher, Mr. and Mrs. John Pink, and Will Denton, druggist, all of Ti- tonlca, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hilker of Hubbard. The two daughters, Mrs. Harry Aicher of Iowa City and Mrs. Max Whitney, her husband and son, Jack, of Quincy, Dl., plan to leave Tuesday morning for their homes after attending the funeral. The I. O- O. F. Dancing club plans to hold a dance at the I. O. O. F. lall for Odd Fellows, Rebekahs and iheir friends on Wednesday eve- ing. Cards' orchestra will furnish VEGETABLES Carrots, large bunches Corn, 5 cans Corn, 4 cans Corn, 2 cans Peas, can peas, 2 for Peas, per can Lima Beans, 6 cans Lima Beans, large can... Kidney Beans, 2 caas Rutabagas, 3 Ibs He-id Lettuce, solid, »c, Celery, large stalks, lOc, 15c Spinach, 2 cans .... · Tomatoes, 8 large cans.. Green String Beans Wax String Beans Beets, per can lOc Carrots, 2 cans «········ RED BOY SALMON, f 1-lb. can BHBMMH CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, 10 bars. Mop Sticks (best) each.. 15c Jersey Cream Flour, 49 Ibs. ...: Sl-o9 Sunbeam, 49-lb. sack.. $1.19 Macaroni, 3 Ibs 25c Spaghetti, 3 Ibs 2»c Shrimp, 15c; 2 for Sac Mac. or Spag., 5 pkgs.... 25c Dill Pickles, pint jars... lOc Ripe OJives, large can... loc Toilet Paper, 3, 4, 5 rolls Zoo 25c Pure Vanilla, Bottle . 19c Blazola, quart 25c Catsup, large bottles, 2 for 25c lOc Tomato Juice, 4 cans 25c Farina (bulk) 5 Ibs 25c Mustard, quart jars loc Ex. Choice Apricots, lb... 19c Fey. Pink Salmon, lb. can 15c Dried Peaches, 2 Ibs 25e Peaches, No. 10 cans 45c | Apricots, No. 10 cans... 45c 15c Shrimp, I cans 25c Large Corn Flakes, pkg. lOc Egg Noodles, 5 pkgs. ... 25c Pure Crisco, 2 Ibs Soc Lima Beans, 8 ibs. TRIUMPH FLOUR, (None better) R1 7Q 49-lb. sack «J»1.I J EARL BUSH, Mgr. 508 First Street S. W. C. E. BUSH, Mgr. SO East State Street the music. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pittman and son, Clayton, spent Sunday at Britt with Mrs. Pittman's parents, Mr., M and Mrs. John Spalla. _ Mr. and Mrs. E. Treloar and Mr. and Mrs. V. Yaggy of Nora Springs were Sunday guests at the C. E. Lantz home, South North street. Mrs. Max Mayer of Des Moines was a guest of Mrs. C. A. Knutson Thursday. Mrs. Mayer, Mrs. F. P. Walker and Mrs. Knutson attended a community forum for the public affairs department of the Iowa Federation of Woman's clubs at Osage on Wednesday where Mrs. Mayer was one of the principal speakers. H. G. Jensen, who is working with the Clear Lake Construction company near Waverly spent the weekend at his home here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. 3. H. Bailey, South Second street, visited Sunday with Mrs. Bailey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Burke, at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofmaster of Nora Springs were Sunday visitors at the'Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Cole home, South Second street. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heathershaw of Ottumwa spent Sunday in Clear Lake visiting relatives south of town. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hayden of Des Moines spent the week-end in Clear Lake with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. King, East Main street. Mr. and Mrs. King accompanied them back to Des Moines Sunday for a short stay. Roger Choate, Osage, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .W. W. Choate, North Third street. Mrs. Lillie Goodell of Cohassett, Minn., a former Clear Lake resident, is visiting at the home of Mrs. M. L. Morrison, Kimball street. Mrs. Peter Miller's circle of the Zion Lutheran Ladies' aid will meet Wednesday afternoon. 2:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Jens Jensen, East Main street. C. A. Knutson, candidate for nomination of governor on the republican ticket, is spending several days in Des Moines where he has opened up an'office to assist him in carrying on his campaign. Mrs." Lester Bisgrove, Clara street, will be hostess to members of the O. D. O. club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jay McGoivan of Chicago arrived Sunday to spend a week with her brother, O. J. King and family, and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank King at Hampton. Myrtle Oulman, director of dra matics in the high school, will accompany the players. Principal roles in the play are taken hy Bill Braheny who makes his 1 first appearance in dramatic work, in the role of Cranston; Harper Joslyh who plays the leading male role as Sam, and Jean Sies- seger, the feminine lead, in the role of Agnes Cranston. This is Miss Siesseger's first heavy dramatic role, although she played in one of the Drama cluh one-act comedies earlier in the season. Are in Cast. Other characters include Ronald | Rawson, Milo Knutson, Arlene j Thompson and Virginia Yelland. The fantasy which will also be presented tonight has Bill Braheny, Marguerite Johnson and Lana Anna Giles in its cast. The "High Heart" conVbines humor, heart interest, dramatic appeal and fine characterization into a play which is well written with good incident placing. There are no reserve seats for the production tonight. The music department is busy preparing to enter the sub-district contest which will be held at Mason City Saturday. Entries in vocal solo and small groups, instrumental solos and small groups, the orchestra and the hand are made for this contest. John Kopecky, director of the band and ochestra, has arranged for orchestras to furnish the music for the plays tonight and for the Carefree Minstrel show at the Community building Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Sees One of First Spring Robins CLEAR LAKE, March 19.--Mrs. O P. Hawver, 208 East Jefferson street, is the first to report seeing a robin this spring. She saw it Friday, March 16, in the yard of her home and fed it. Fire Department Is Called to Clack Home CLEAR LAKE, March 19.--The fire department was called to the Mrs. W. R. Clack home, North Fourth street, at 11:30 o'clock Sunday morning by a small roof fire. The shingles were caught by a spark from the chimney and burned a hole through the roof. The upstairs rooms suffered some damage by water soaking through walls. Dinner Party Is Held at Lake Country Club CLEAR LAKE, March 19.--Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hushaw entertained a group of five couples at a dinner- dance at the Clear Lake Country club Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hayden of Des Moines were -the out-of-town guests. St. Patrick's decorations were carried out at the dinner. Later the group danced to George Shuey and his band. A crowd of about 250 couples, the largest crowd since the New Year's eve attended the dancing party at the club Saturday night. A smaller group danced to the same collegiate band Sunday night. Bobby Grigg-s and his band will play at the club next week-end. D A - D T f T H B A T E U r i\ K ii. CLEAS LAKE Mon., Tues., Wed., Paul Muni In "THE WORLD CHANGES" Also Short Subjects lOo TO ALL Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--P. E. O. meets with Mrs A. B. Phillips. Mrs. Peter Miller's circle of Lutheran Aid at Mrs. Jens Jensen home, East Main, street. Care-Free Minstrel show at Community building. Wednesday--Lions club meets at Lions cafe, 12:15. W. C. T. U. local institute at citj hall. 10:30. I. 0. O. F. Dancing club at I. 0. 0. F. hall. Eastern Star at ":30, cob web box social at 8:30. Care-Free Minstrel show at Community, building. Thursday--Rotary club meets at 1. O. 0. F. hall at noon. High school play contest at Iowa City. ADDITIONAL CLEAR LAKE O? A DRAMATIC CLEAN-SWEEP SELLOUT of the Sale Held in STEVENS location 105 N. FEDERAL STEVEN'S SHOE CO. Combined With Recent Purchases of New Spring Stock Don't Delay! This fine stock is here at astonishing prices. You should outfit the entire family for months to come. WE PURCHASED STEVENS FROM THE DISTRICT COURT OP IOWA AT A PRICE BELOW ITS VALUE AND WE'RE PASSING THIS PURCHASE ON TO YOU. Don't Hesitate! There are just a few more days to share in these values. We must vacate to make room for the new tenants. Florsheim Shoes For Men For Women There are other fine brands in these groups, too. WALKOVERS, FORBUSH, FASHION PLATE, all are priced to sell. * 8 and $C-9S STEVENS Misfortune is your GOOD LUCK POLISHES Every Kind L Every *» Color MEN! OXFORDS SHOES And every pair of Stevens Shoes were GOOD shoes. This low price doesn't discredit their worth. CHILDREN'S OXFORDS STRAPS SHOES Women's Dress Slippers There are hundreds of styles and thousands of pairs in these low price groups. All sizes are here. .88 RUBBERS WOMEN'S CHILD'S We Have No Choice WE MUST SELL and merchandise Is priced so It will. (OF

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