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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 22, 1934
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MARCH 22 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone jttO-W EASTERN STAR GIVES PROGRAM Cards and Box Social Ar Entertainment After Lodge Session. CLEAR LAKE, March 22.--Eas ern Star members entertained the husbands and Masons at a cobwe box social at the Masonic tempi Wednesday night after lodge ses sions. Each man purchased one en of the maze of string which led a over the temple and at the end of i found his box. A crowd of about 75 persons at tended. Ten tables were complete ·for bridge and two for five hundrec Mrs. L. J. Kutschara won the hig aeore prize in five hundred an JVlollie Hansen the consolation. Mrs C. C. Branson and C. A. O'Brien won high prizes in bridge and Mrs. O. Kimball, the consolation. A program was given at the con elusion of lodge. David Barbe played a cornet solo accompanied by Miss Clara Metcalf, and Mar guerite Johnson sang two alto num bers, "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes," and "In Luxemburg Gardens," music contest numbers. Marguerite Kennedy and Hortense Mills played several selections on the xylophone while Jean Beckner ac companied on the piano. Among the out-of-town guests were Fred Wells, Mrs. R. A. Washburn, Mrs. M. A. Harpster and Mrs, H. D. Makeever, all of Mason City, No. 239 OFFICE PHONE One trouble about present protestations of peace is that they can't be heard clearly over the noise of armament construction.-Virginian-Pilot. LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 Surf Ballroom to Open at Lake Easter Monday Andy Kirk and 12 Clouds of "~~~ Joy, a Negro Band, to Play at Opening. SEVENTEEN CLEAR LAKE, March 22.--C. J. Fox, manager of the Surf ballroom on the shore of Clear Lake, announces that he will open the dance hall on Easter Monday, April 2, with a Negro orchestra. "Andy Kirk and his 12. Clouds of Joy" which was booked by the manager from the Music Corporation of America will play for the second jpening of the ballroom which was Juilt last year. This is a Brunswick and Victor recording band coming :or the first time to this vicinity highly recommended by its booking agency. The work of remodelling the dance hall has been progressing for several weeks. A set of 21 booths have been built and are to be Installed to the north side of the ballroom, giving greater refreshment* accommodations. The refreshment stand operated in connection with the ballroom will be under the direct management of Lewis Tallman of Jason City who is experienced in :his type of work, Mr. Fox is open- ng this in connection with the ball- oom this year instead of leasing it. A hot air heating system has also been temporarily installed to be sed during the early spring months nd then removed. The hall will be redecorated and he floor resanded. The second dance is scheduled for aturday, April 7, and after that C. 3. FOX Thursday and Saturday nights will e reserved for dances. RITES PLANNED FOR FRANK KING tites for Father of Orval King to Be Held at Hampton Church. CLEAR LAKE, March 22.--Frank ting, 59, father of O. J. King, died uddenly at his home at Hampton Vednesday afternoon after less than 4 hours illness. Funeral services ill be held at the Congregational hurch at Hampton at 2 o'clock Fri- ay afternoon. Burial will be made . Hampton. Surviving Mr. King are his wife, son, Orval King of Clear Lake; aughter, Kathryn McGowan of Chigo, and a sister, eatherly of Chicago. Mrs. Sarah IN THE YELLOW PACES OF YOUR TELEPHONE DIRECTORY "WHERE TO BUY IT" In the Classified Telephone Directory yon quickly can f i n d the person or firm who can serve you. It's the buying shortcut used by telephone users. It saves time, steps and effort. Mr. King visited in Clear Lake often, having spent several winters here while working- on the M. C. and C. L. Railway company. O. J. King returned to his home here Thursday. Institute of W.C.T.U.Is Held at Lake Riner Addresses Group in All Day Session at City Hall. CLEAR LAKE, March 22.--A crowd of over 50 persons attended the W. C. T. U. institute at the city hall Wednesday. A dinner was served at noon at which J. C. Davenport, J. W. Sneesby, candidate for mayor, gave talks and a group of songs by the girls' sextet accompanied by Irma Peterson. A short business session was held in the morning with Mrs. M. L. Nutty presiding. The afternoon program included devotions by Mrs W N. Hill, a talk by Mrs. A. B. Phif- Hps, an address by the Rev. B. W. Riner, a talk on "Where Our Dollar Goes,' 1 by Mrs. Amy Walters and a reading by Miss Ida Gary. Talks on the W. C. T. U. magazine were given by Mrs. D. H. Culver, Mrs. Ray Robbins and Miss Nettie Chadbourne. A Christian citizenship course was discussed by Mrs. James White and Mrs. W. H. Davidson, county president, spoke of her trip to Omaha. Plans were made to hold a food exchange Saturday, March 31, at Economy grocery. The committee in charge of the program included Mrs. E. E. Butz, Miss Nettie Chadboume, Mrs, Ole Swanson and Mrs. Chism. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Dance, Clear Lake Country Club Sat., Sun., March 24, 25.'Each 40c. Rollin Bohnlng arrived Wednes day to spend his spring vacatio from Iowa State college, Ames, wit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bohning, South Fourth street. H plans to return the first of nex week. A Rebekah card benefit party wil be held Wednesday night at the ] O. O. F. hall. Prizes will he given Members are to bring cards anc tables. Glen Malsed of Hampton has been engaged as pharmacist at the Col gan pharmacy. Mr. Malsed com pleted his training at the University of Iowa and has worked at For" Dodge and Maukato, Minn. Miss Dorothy DeBruyn left Thurs day for Iowa City. She accompan- ,ed a group of the Mason City Junor college students who entered :heir play in the state play contest She plans to return Saturday. Willis Kenyon, student at Iowa State college, Ames, arrived Tuesday to spend the quarterly vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. ~). Kenyon, East State street. The Rev. S. M. Stenby plans to eave Friday for Minneapolis where le will attend a church conference 'or several days. He will also visit his son, Milton Stenby. George Frost, student at Iowa State college, Ames, is expected to arrive Thursday to spend several days' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Frost, North Fourth treet. The Congregational Missionary ociety will meet Tuesday at the Urs. C. P. McVicker home, South Third street. Mrs A. I. Sondrol will ead the lesson and Mrs. G. E. Troeger will lead devotions. Several special entertainment numbers are Iso planned. Supt. C. A. Pease, Miss Myrtle Oulman, and Mrs. A. A. Joslyn ac- ompanied the seven drama players ast in the "High Heart" play to Iowa City, leaving Wednesday afternoon after school dismissal. Included In the play personnel are Harper Joslyn, Bill Braheny, Jean Siesseger, Arlene Tohmpson, Milo Knutson, Ronald Rawson and Virginia Yelland. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Erlcksen have moved from 509 Jefferson street to oil North Third street. Father-Son Banquet for I.O.O.F. Lodge Is Planned Friday CLEAR LAKE, March 22.--The I. O. O. F. lodge will sponsor it's annual father and son banquet at the I. O.-O. F. hall Friday night. The Rev. B. W. Riner and the Rev. W. B. Milne will address the group. All members of the Odd Fellows are to bring a son or another's son to the banquet. The committee in charge of the affair includes Fred W. Petersen, Charles Comstock and Carl Johannessen. Minstrel Is Revamped for Second Performance CLEAR LAKEE, March 22.--A few changes were necessary for the presentation of the "Care-Free Minstrels," Wednesday night because ol the absence of the premier end man O. J. King. The show was revamped so that Lee Dewiggins took Mr. King's role in the first act and Eurt Ballard's role in another act, while Ballard substituted for King. Ballard sang one of his lullaby numbers, "Snowball," and the other one was omitted. About 300 persons attended the production. I P A R K T H E A T E R | X niViV CLEAB THURSDAY _ FRIDAY Bruce Cabot -- Mary Brian in "SHADOWS OF SING SING" lOc TO ALL Stop That Dangerous BRONCHITIS Cough--Today LEEP SOUND ALL NIGHT LONG All coughs look alike to Buckley's Mixture (triple strength)--one sip f this grand medicine usually stops n ordinary cough--the tough old eep seated cough and the persist- nt bronchial cough are checked nd under control after just a few oses--no more tormenting, sleep- ess nights. Buckley's is different--it's su- reme--it "acts like a flash"--just rove it with one 45 cent bottle at ""rank Huxtable Drug Co., or any rugstore--it is guaranteed. Sheriff and County Attorney Talk to Lions and Students CLEAR LAKE, March 22.-County Attorney Larry Mason and Sheriff J. M. Robertson talked before members of the Lions club Wednesday noon at the Lions cafe. Honor students of the junior high and high school were entertained at this session. Included in the group were Gerald Alter, Margaret Hughes, freshmen; Junior Fredrick- Ken, Kathryn Mason, sophomores: David Barber and Kathleen Watts, juniors; Reuben Grell, Mary Ann Hughes ami Grctchcn Bohning, seniors; and Marguerite Kennedy and Bob Colburn, eighth grade. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Father-Son I. O. O. F. banquet, I. O. O F hall. Saturilay--Dance at Clear Lake Country club. Monday--City election at Clear Lake. 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