The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 12, 1936 · Page 11
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March 12, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 12 193(5 ELEVEN Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 h'v I SHIPPERS ELECT NEW DIRECTORS Annual Business Session Is ! Held; Out-of-Town Speakers Heard. /' CLEAR LAKE--The Clear Lake Co-Operative Livestock Shipping association re-elected Paul Loth, Frank Thada and Will Darrow as directors for the Ventura district . at the annual business meeting held ; Wednesday afternoon at the Melho- i dist church. i The financial report showed a to{ tal of $267,721 paid out to shippers I and commissions. I A pot-luck dinner was served at noon after which Professor Cady of the Iowa State College Extension department spoke to the group on co-operative work. Matt Cark, vice president of he State Shippers association of Clarion, and J. C. Williamson, secretary of the State Shipping association of Lucas county, also spoke to the group. Clear Lake Calendar .Friday--U. Y. B. Contract Bridge I club at Mrs. A. C. Sater home, i Holt street. Circle No. 3 of Methodist Ladies' I Aid at Mrs. J. C. Charlesworth home, 2:30, Mrs. Paul Miller, Mrs. Roy Hoit and Mrs. Guy Heinrich hostesses. Deborah circle of Zion Lutheran , home at Mrs. C. O. Lomen home, ; 2:30. i Star club at Mrs. Val Wallis l.r|' · home, Mrs. Lloyd Lyons assisting. J Mixed dance at Surf ballroom. j Christian Workers at Mrs. J. S. ' Annerson home. East Main street. 'Saturday--Dance at North Shore ') Country club, Frenchy Graffolier i playing. '. Dance at Surf ballroom. Legion Speaker W. G. HENKE CLEAR LAKE -- W. G. Henke past state commander of the Amer ican Legion of Charles City, will b the speaker Friday night at the Cit hall at the party sponsored by th American Legion auxiliary for bot the auxiliary and Legionnaires. / dinner will be served at 6:80 o'clocl after which a program will be presented. The committee sponsorin the affair includes Mrs. L. E. Ash land, Mrs. Jens Wind, Mrs. Jo Powell and Mrs. F. L. Knutson. Keeps Same Store 50 Years WATERFORD, Wis.. (UP).-- penry Halbach reviewed 50 years a." proprietor of a general store in the same town and in the same location. "I've tried to count the num. her of friends, but it's no use. I iwouldn't even estimate them." f ^ Famous G-Man Comers Dodge Economy By MELVIN PURVIS, Former Ace of Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Justice LIONS TO HONOR LAKE CHAMPIONS Group Named to Serve on Basketball Banquet Committee. CLEAR LAKE-- Tha Lions club will hold a banquet for the Clear Lake Lions cagers and the North Iowa conference victors and coaches in honor of their good athletic rec this year, according to plans Wednesday noon at the club ord laid luncheon. The committee planning the affair, Arthur Johnson, F. L. Knut' son, Henry Volstad and R. G. Inger sol, will select an appropriate date and arrange for a ticket sale, a; the affair will be open to businessmen of the city. There will be over 30 boys included as guests at this affair. Plans were also made to entertain at ladies' night at the county farm at some future date. Clear Lake Briefs One of the most surprising discoveries I've made is the way my new 1936 Dodge saves money! It gives ine 19 to 20 miles to the gallon of gas consistently in city driving and as high as 22 miles out in the country. At the same time, this Dodge certainly saves on oil. Excepting for regular changes, I've had to add no oil at all. NEW LOW FIRST COST $ NOW ONLY and up. List Price* ·t Factory* Detroit And under the new Official Chrvsler Motor* Commercial Credit Company 6% TirncPfly- ment Plan, Dodge Is notv notary to pay fat I DODGE PfVision of Chrysler Corpnr^ton Diamond Honey-Krushed Wheal Bread is now approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau. Bob Stuart, North Third street who is employed by the Kinney Shoe company, Mason City, has been transferred to Waterloo. Something new! Diamond Prude Bread at all dealers. Mrs. J. A. Johnson has returned from Des Moines, where she spent the past week with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Muth. The 'Muths accompanied her home, returning the following day. Let us save you money on Insurance. Cerro Gordo Loan and Investment Co., Clear Lake, Iowa. New Spring Suits and Topcoats-buy them on our "Budget Plan"pay 55 down . . . split the balance over 10 weeks and that's all. Abel Son, Inc., Mason City. For Kent: Nicely turn, room with bath, close in, reasonable. 400 Jefferson St. Mrs. James Peterson, Holt street, was a guest at the luncheon at the Christian church, Mason City, Wednesday. Excellent wearing Gotham Gold stripe silk hose. 79c-$l. Adiustables, S1.15-J1.35. Oluf T. Hansen Co. The Community Farm club will meet Friday. March 20, at the Grant No. 7 school at which time election of officers will be held. The club has been postponed a week because of the impassibility of some of the country roads. A new, complete line of infants' wear and novelties at Oluf T. Hansen's. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shoop and two children, Robert and Nancy, and Cecil Shoop of Maywood, Cal.. arrived for an extended visit in Clear Lake with tbeir parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Lee and Mr. and Mrs C. S. Shoop. Mrs. C. S. Shoop and daughter, Ardilla, who had been visiting in California, accompanied them back to Clear Lake. Colorful print dresses or novelty weaves in plain shade silk dresses, $4.95 up, at Oluf T. Hansen's. K. H. Holt will return this weekend from South Dakota, where he has purchased 800 bushels of seed corn. He has been buying in Sioux Falls, Huron and Wentworth. He also visited his brother. Frank Holt, at Wentworth. S. Dak. AH hats $1.95 at Oluf T. Hansen's. David B. Mitchell, Chicago, left Thursday morning after an overnight visit with his uncle, C. C. Branson and fairtily, East Main street. Mr. Mitchell is associated with the E. B. Smith Investment company of New York. MRS, CODDLING, VENTURA, DIES Was Stricken by Illness a Week Ago; Rites Not Planned. CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. George Goodling, 90, died at her home at Ventura at 9 o'clock Wednesday night after a short illness. She was stricken with a paralytic stroke a week ago and steadily grew worse. She had lived in Ventura for many years. She is survived by one son, Albert Goodling of Ventura; and two daughters, Mrs. Frances Sktae, Ventura, and Mrs. Henry Billman,' Mason City and nine grandchildren and one sister. Mrs. Frances McPeak, East Mam street, i s a granddaughter of Mrs. Goodling. The body was taken to the Williams Funeral home until funeral arrangements are made. Bush Pastry Shop Has Dinner for Cage Team CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bush entertained members of the Bush Pastry basketball team at 7 o'clock dinner Wednesday night at their home. Following the dinner the evening- was spent in playing cards. Covers were laid for 11 members of the team and wives, Mrs. Ray Kruggel and Mrs. George Paul. Program Is Given at Congregational Aid CLEAR LAKE--A crowd of about 125 attended the Alarch dinner of the Congregational church. Wednesday night, which was arranged by group 2, chairmaned by Mrs. P. A. Redfearn. The Misses Jacobson and Netha Carr presented readings during the afternoon and Miss Lucia O'Neill read several Irish stories. Reports of each of the church groups were heard concerning their plans for the year. Group 3 planned the afternoon program. Popping another question, a writer asks: "What makes Sunday breakfast the best meal in the week?" Well, for one thing, it is not necessary to get up so early in order to eat it.--Lowell Evening Leader. LAKE THEATRE Tonight - Thursday Dick Powell - Ann Dvorak "THANKS A MILLION" Sun., Mon--"ROSE MARIE" Xelson Eddy - Jeanrtte McDonald PARK THEATER TONIGHT and FRIDAY A Warner Bros. Picture "THE PAYOFF" with James Dunn, Claire Dodd, Patricia Ellis. A thrilling, hilarious comedy drama. NEWS - MUSICAL COMEDY KRAZY KAT. lOc and 16c. NEARLY FRANTIC WITH STABBING NEURITIS PAINS Gly-Cas' Action Wonderful; Mr. Warman Is Now in Best Health in Years, Sleeps i Good, Feels Fine. i "Those terrible, neuritis pains! early drove me frantic." said Mr. ' "rank Warman, 1713 Ave. M.. Ft. Jadison, Iowa, "for the past six or even years I suffered from severe Commercial Club to Entertain at Dance CLEAR LAKE--Clear Lake merchants will entertain their customers at a dance at the Surf ballroom, March 24. The affair is being sponsored by the Clear Lake Commercial club. Complimentary tickets are now in the hands of the merchants. MR. FRANK WARMAN ains in my head, arms and shoulders. Became so nervous, a good night's sleep or rest was impossible and I continually grew worse. Nothing I tried seemed able to help me--until I finally was induced to give Gly-Cas a chance in my case. It was wonderful from the very first." ''I have just finished my second box and the results it has given me are actually surprising," he continued, "now all those terrible pains have practically left me, sleep good and enjoy a good night's rest, able to do my work and really feel fine. Too much cannot be said in lauding such a medicine as Gly-Cas --it is in a class by itself for Gly- Cas gives results when all else fails." Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drug company, 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. FulI^Fashloned Gaymode Hose Sheer, Rlngless Chiffons! 79* Exquisitely sheer and fine, absolutely ring- less and every pair top quality! Silk to the picot tops. New colors. Sizes S'/i-lOy-. HOW MUCH ARE YOU GETTING FOR YOUR MONEY? -.AND YOU'LL KNOW Iteul Kid Gloves lor Spring Smartness! $1.98 Fine imported glace kid in well made novelty and classic styles. In desirable Spring shades. New Betty Co-Ed's! H A T S That Charm! $1.69 t'Ks Compare quality--value--price! 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