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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1937
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TEN- DONNA NEAL TO PRESENT DANCE Girls' Sextet Will Sing at Red Cross Flood Benefit. CLEAR LAKE--Miss Donna Meal, will present- a military tap dance number at .the flood relief benefit show at the Lake theater Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock-, also a finale dance. Mrs. B. B, Bailey will accompany at the piano for both numbers. The Misses Helen King, Kathleen Newman, Helen Lomen, Mar- HYACINTH TULIP and CROCUS BULBS In Fancy Red Containers Special utJC Each Where Your Fricnils Buy Flowers 10 1st St. N. W. Phone 223 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 4 · 1937 guerite Kennedy, Klaire McCormack and Leona Eliasen, members of the girls' sextet at the high school, will sing. Miss Clara Metcalf is director and Miss Jeanne Beckner will accompany. Mervin Peterson will give a reading. Funds realized will be turned over to the Red Cross. Donations for the relief work will be received Friday afternoon at the theater lobby. Boy Scouts are selling tickets in advance and local Papers are furnishing advertising and tickets without charge. A feature picture, "Collegiate" with Jack Oakie and Joe Penrter will be shown. "Screen Vaude," a "Merry Melody" cartoon and "Red Cross to the Rescue" are other films to be seen. Dnnkmg Declared "'A Moral Issue" by Anfr-Saloon League DBS MOINES, (/P)--Besides opposing the sale of liquor by the drink in Iowa, the Anti-Saloon league Thursday made public a resolution which F. A. High, superintendent, said was an answer to statements made by Rr. Robert E, O'Brian, newly appointed Iowa secretary o£ state. Dr. O'Brian, former preacher and Morningside college president, said in an interview that one of the reasons' lie left the ministry was that he believed "drinking and smoking are not moral issues." The resolution lisclosed by High stated, "we reaffirm our deep seated conviction that the selling and drinking of alcoholic liquors not only involves social and economic issues of major importance but inherently is a moral issue:" A London note says the theatrical season has been a relatively lean one. Even the coronation will be put on with a No. 2 company. --Atlanta Constitution. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J PHONE 239 LEE DEW1GGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 FLUSH KIDNEYS OF POSSONS Live a Healthier, Happier, Longer Life Thousands of men and women wonder w h y . backache bothers them--why they have to visit the bathroom often at night--whv flow is scanty nnd sometimes smarts and burns. Any one of these symptoms means that your kidneys and bladder need attention now before these minor symptoms develop into serious trouble. To flush out waste poisons and acid from kidneys, soothe your irritated bladder and put healthy activity into them, get a 35-cent package of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Capsules and take as directed. This harmless, tried and true medicine always works--you'l! feel better in a few days, as the supremely effective diuretic and kidney stimulant drives excess uric acid from the body which is often the aggravation of joint agony, sciatica and neuritis. But be sure and got GOLD MEDAL Haarlem OH Capsules-the original and genuine--right !rom Haarlem in Holland. All good things are imitated. Protect Your Eyes with Proper Glasses D R . L , A, W££JS OPTOMETIitisT . -'· KITCHEN-JENSEN GLASSES ' S V: [KOj K FEDERAL-MASON CITY Serious Eye Trouble can often be avoided by heeding Nature's, danger signals. I That's why you should have your eyes examined at the first sign of tiredness, strain or headaches. FREE SHOW Saturday, Feb. 6--10 A, M STATE THEATER--For Members of F R A N K M E R R I WELL C L U B Prizes to Be Awarded Winners . HEAR ALL ABOUT THE NEW CONTEST --Children "go" for Vitamin D Bread /"^RACKLY, golden crust, V cream-white slices piled thick with butter--'n maybe another 3aycr of strawberry jam--what a treat that is! He knows what Mother's call means--watch him streak it for thebreaddrawer. Each loaf of our Bread is packed with food energy. With an extra value, too! For it.contains Vitamin D, Nature's able helper in the task of building strong little bodies. Why not be sure that your child gets the most out of his "in between" meals? He will--if you order a loaf of Vitcx Vitamin D Bread today. "VITAMIN D" IS BETTER BREAD FELLOWSHIP TEA HELD AT GHURCH Mrs. W. G. Muhleman Tells of Experiences in Mexico. CLEAR LAKE--Asserting that working together for a common cause is one ol the best modes [o become acquainted and to understand k one another, Mrs. W. G. Muhleraan, Algona, addressed the women of the Methodist Ladies aid Wednesday afternoon on the subject of International Fellowship and told o£ her recent experiences while traveling in Mexico. Mrs. Muhleman, general chairman o£ the International Fellowship Tea movement in the Algona district, told something of the history of Mexico and the background of many ot the prejudices which have arisen among the Mexican people toward Americans. Lack of good roads, bandit perils and language handicaps have kept Americans from becoming much acquainted with their neighbors to the south. Quartet Sings. In later years several gestures toward peace and understanding have been made and Americans are coming to appreciate the really fine civilization, literature, poetry and religious devotion of the Mexican people. Mrs. Muhleman showed samples of many Mexican arts including feather work, weaving, vases, lacquered boxes, wood inlay work, tiles and hand blown glass. Mrs. O. E. McGruder, Mrs. Marie Maddox, Mrs. J. C. McGinty and Mrs. E. S. Walls of the Vnion Memorial Methodist church of Mason City, were present and sang a group of spirituals including "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" and "Steal Away to Jesus Now." Mrs. Bernice Butcher accompanied them as pianist. ' Women Serve. Light refreshments were served by circle No. 3 of which Mrs. Arvig Nelson is chairman. In spite of the severe snowstorm, more than 60 women were in attendance. The program was in charge of a committee composed of Mrs. A. H. Runcie, Mrs. Will Hich, Mrs. H. E. Watts, Mrs. J. C. Davenport and Mrs. R. D. Robbins. The Rev. B. W. Riner introduced Mrs. Muhleman and the quartet of singers. * * * MRS JOHN PERKINS ENTERTAINS GROUP Group No. 6 of the Congrega- ! tional air met at the home of Mrs. John Perkins Wednesday a f t e r noon for a business session followed by a social hour. Mrs. Perkins served light refreshments at the close of the meeting. INTRAMURALSAT H. S, GYMNASIUM Mullarky, Fistler, Comstock Teams Win Week's Even ts. C L E A R L A K E--Intramural games Wednesday evening at the high school gym resulted in a 16 to 10 win for Mullarky's team against Brager's, Kennedy was high man for Mullarky with 6 points and Brager counted 7 for his team. In the second squabble Fistler's team ran away with Bacon's 38 to 10. DeWiggins scored 14 ot the Fistler points and Bacon made 6 for his team. In the Whitncy-Comstock controversy, Comstock took the big end of a 13 to 6 score. Arthur Ashland gathered in all six for Whitney's team and Comstock accounted for seven on the other side. Several older people and a group of high school students were out to see the games. No charge is made for admission and Dale Harmon, assistant coach, Who is in charge, states that anyone who desires may come to enjoy the fun and encourage the players. Clear Lake Briefs Supreme coffee always the same, smooth flavor, Ib. 29c. Basket Grocery, Clear Lake. Ned O'Neill, 104 South Oak street, was able to be uptown Wednesday for the first time in several weeks. Excello flour, 49 11. §1.59. Basket Grocery, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Kay H. Nichols returned Wednesday from Chicago where (hey went to buy goods for the Nichols Apparel shop. W. R. C. will hold the regular meeting at I. O. O. F, hall Friday at 2 p.-m. Installation will be completed. The Christian Workers Bible Study class will meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Trager, 202 South Second street, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, will lead the lesson. Clear Lake's second team will meet the Hanlontown five on the local floor at 8 p. m., Thursday evening and the Philippe-Palmeter intramural e\'ent scheduled at 5:15 Thursday will be held instead at 7 p. m. No admission is charged for this doubleheader. Miss Bernice Tutlon, fourth grade teacher at the Lincoln building, is ill with tonsilitis. Mrs. Sydney Thompson is substituting for her. Miss Amy Stcffcn was IK and unable to take her classes at the junior high school Thursday. Mrs. H. E. Blough is acting as substitute. Mrs. A. J. Ericksnn is very ill at a Mason City hospital. Her daughter,'Mrs. H. H.'Crane, is at her bedside almost continuously. Mrs. Ira Jones, 500 North Third street, continues to improve slowly. She was seriously ill with pneumonia for several days. Miss Kathleen McCormick, whose leg was injured in an auto accident several weeks ago, is improving daily. She now can let the foot hang down part of the time and the swelling has largely disappeared. Farmer Friends to Be Guests of Lions Club CLEAR LAKE--Dr. R. W. Peterson was taken into full membership of the Lions club at a luncheon meeting held at the Legion clubrooms Wednesday noon. Elmer Trcloar wrs a guest. Plnns were made for the entertainment of several guests next Wednesday when each Lion will invite a farmer friend to the luncheon. A special program will be arranged. Clear Lake Calendar Thursday -- Pythian S i s t e r s , Knights of Pythias, I. O. O. F. hall, 6:30 p. m. Junior Federation club, Miss Thelma McMullen, West Main street. Doubleheader basketball game, high school gym, no charge, 7 p. m. Friday--Creamery meeting, I. O. O. F. hall, 1:30 p. m. Circle No. 3, Methodist Aid, Mrs. Fuller Bailey, North Fourth street, 2 p. m. U. Y. B. club, Mrs. A. C. Liggett, 312 North Second street. W. R. C., I. O. O. F. hall, 2 p. m. Basketball game, Clear Lake vs. high school gym, 7 p. m. Christian Workers Bible Study class, Mrs. Frank Trager, 202 South Second street, 2 p. 'm. Flood Relief Benefit show, Lake theater,. 3:30 p. m. Announce Dates for Declamatory Contest CLEAR LAKE--The'home declamatory contest will be held at Ihc high school on Feb. 16 according to an announcement by Miss Dorothy Hanlon, dramatics instructor. Two contestants will je chosen from each class of four. Persons winning first place will enter the state series and those awarded second will be eligible to enter the preliminary and final county contests. Mrs. Duesenberg of Rockford Is Buried ROCKFORD--Funeral services for Mrs. Conrad Duesenberg were held Thursday afternoon at the Flood Creek M. E. church. Anna Schmidt was born Oct. 2, 1872. About three years later' the family moved to Rockford, their home ever since. There remain her husband, Conrad; the children, Ben, Floyd' Erwin, Esther and Mabel at home; Will, Iowa City; Mrs. Charles Lacour, Charles City; Arthur, Rockford, a n d Gilbert, Stronghurst, III,; six grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs. A. A. Daake, Rockford; Mrs. Charles Hunft, Reinbeck; Mrs. Ralph Sykcs, Rockford; four brothers, Charles, Rockford, Will, Charles City; Fred, Reinbeck, and Ed Hockford. Quick communication is a great thing these days. For example, it was borne to our ears a few hours after it happened that the Duke of Windsor had a Scotch and soda and played nine-pins one day last week.--Portland Express. NASAL .IRRITATION^ /Relieve Ihc dryncsn a Irritation by applying Monlholatum night and morning. Let PHOTOGRAPHS Express Your VALENTINE WISH PHOTO STUDIO Phone 2272 Next ,f. C. Penney Co. DESSERT LUNCH SERVED GUESTS Home Improvement Club Is Entertained by Mrs. Frank Rich. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Frank Rich entertained members of the Home Improvement club at a 1:30 dessert luncheon Wednesday afternoon. Miss Ruth McGowan and Miss Madge Baker were guests. Mrs. A. J. Rawson and Mrs. Sam Kennedy were on the program committee, but, in the absence of Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Rawson gave a paper on the subject of the public schools, discussing what the schools are doing for the children and local school problems. The March meeting will be at the home of Miss Esther Tesene, Caroline street. * * * CONTRACT CLUB MEETS FOR GAME Teachers' contract club met for a 6:30 dinner at the high school economics rooms Wednesday evening. Four students, directed by Miss Aileen Witmer, teacher in that department, served a very fine meal. June Swanson was in charge of the dining room and Teny Mae Jorgens, Lola Bruchner and Mildred Frazer acted as cooks. Following the meal the teachers played bridge at the rooms in Miss Catharyne Chambers and Miss Witmer in the Weedman apartment. Miss Dorothy Howe substituted for Miss Bernice Tutten who is ill. · * * * CLtIB ENTERTAINED BY MRS. PAUL PALMER Mrs. Paul Palmer, North Center street, entertained members of the Friendship Chain club Wed- nesday. The afternoon was spent in games and contests alter which refreshments were served. Mrs. Raymond Anderson will entertain on Feb. 17. * * * · C. L. C. CLUB MEETS FOR CARDS Mrs. R. R. Toepel was hostess to the C. L. C. club at her home, 216 South Third street, Wednes- nesday afternoon. Mrs. Elias Kelroy, Mason City, was a guest. Mrs. P. W. Crawford was awarded first prize and Mrs. John Anderson, second prize. Mrs. Toepel served refreshments at the close ot the afternoon. Mrs. Charles Kelly, 226 South Second street, will entertain next Thursday afternoon. Seek $20,000 More in Hovel of Woman Who Starved Herself SPOKANE, Wash., (ff 3 )--Officers sought an additional $20,000 Thursday in the hovel of selt starved Mrs. Anna Miller, 54, while the emaciated woman lay in a hospital bed. Detectives found $45,40"! in the dirty cottage which Mrs. Miller shared with chickens and cats. Officers made the discovery after the woman mumbled of burglars trying to break into the house, "and you can see I have nothing here they could steal." She was transferred to a hospital when Dr. A. E. Lein, attending her, said he believed the woman sane, but needing medical care. An educational authority thinks that savings bank boxes in the home are apt to make a child miserly. Further observation tends to suggest they also teach parents i to become bank robbers.--INloii- I (real Star. LIONS TO BATTLE GARNER TEAM Doubleheader Scheduled at 'Gym; Chanty Game Monday. CLEAR LAKE--Clear Lake Lions and the second teams will play Garner's first and second game!: on the local hardwood Friday evening. The tussle between the seconds will open at 7 p. m. and the major battle of the evening at B p. m. This is the second meeting between the Garner and Clear Lake men. On Jan. 22 the Lions won over the Garner varsity team 34 to 12 and the second team won over Ihe Garner seconds 16 to 13 in an overtime period after being tied 13 to 13 at the close. Coach Chris Johnston says t h a t the line-up for the Lions is undecided as yet but some changes are possible. Altogether the team is in good shape and should meet their opponents with good stiff opposition. Hanlontown Here. Other games of unusual interest are on the docket: On this Thursday evening the Clear Lake seconds play the Hanlonlown first team here at 8 p. m. No admis- sion.fee is charged for this game , Preceding the ,Hanlontown bout: will be an intra-mural scrimmage between the Philippe and Palmeter men, previously scheduled for 5:15 p. m. The time is now changed to 7 p. m. On Monday night a charity game will be played here with proceeds going to the Red Cross for flood relief. The Ventura 1 ' junior high school team will meet the Clear Lake's junior high team in a real battle at 7 p. m. and following that the Ventura first team will seek to back the Clear Lake seconds off the score sheet. To Rctl Cross. Basketball fans say this will he a great game too for the Ventura men really go to town when they get out to do things. Regular prices will be charged and the proceeds turned over to the Red Cross. The high school pep band and the drum and bugle corps will be out Friday evening to entertain Ihe audience and enliven the rest periods.- The corps had several new tricks at the last home game mid spectators gave them a big hand as they wheeled and circled in many intricate formations. Dr. A. P. Fankhauscr PAL S MER CHIROPRACTOR Hours: 8 to 11 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. OVER PRINCESS CAFE To Relieve Bad Cough. In a Hurry, Mix This at Home Better Results, and Saves Big Money. Easily Mixed. TYni'lt Tievor know how tjuicklv find rnsily yon caii overcome coughs mc to colda, u n t i l j-nn try this famous rccipp. Tt ;:ivts you four -times ns much couph medicine for your money, and you'll find it tho finest thing you over tried, for rcnl relief. Make ft syrup h.r stirrinc 2 cups of prnmilnlptl PUfrne nnd onR cup of wntnr n ff\\' moments, until dissolved. Nri cooking needed--it's no trouble nt nil. Then put 2^ ounces of Pinox (nlitnin- ed from any druggist) into a pint bot- ilp. 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