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March 24, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MARCH 24 1934 Association Benefit Held at Garfield Funds for Work of P. T. A Collected at School Carnival. Carnival reigned at Garfield school Friday evening when the Parent-Teacher association sponsored a benefit entertainment. The proceeds will be used to carry on the work of the organization.' Committees assisting . with the evening's program included Mrs. J MODERN BEAUTY . . . is not made, but preserved. The new Hollywood Wave is especially designed to help milady maintain her visible charm. In permanent waving we stand supreme as those who can serve you best, and most economical. Hollywood Star Push-Up Permanent "fc-f QC 1X7- V I ··*«* Wave _ J. Including Shampoo and Finger Wave MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN L. Pauley, Mrs. James Van KleeJc and Mrs. F. E. Minor, who had charge of arrangements for a comedy skit which was staged by Lucile Byerly and Alice Kolar. The moving picture committee comprised Mrs. W. Earl Hall, Mrs. J. P. Hogan and Miss Mabel Erickson. On the games committees were Mrs. Garfield Breese, J. Isbell, Mrs. Ed McEldoon, Miss Mary Short, Mrs. A. H. Fay, Mr. and Mr, A. L. Schmidt, Curtis Yelland ani, O. A. Beerman. Have Doll Exhibit Mrs. L. A. Moore had charge of the doll exhibit,- assisted by Miss Selma Carlson, Mra. F. E. Reishus, Mrs. H. J. Lyons, Mrs. James A. Manuel and Mrs. W. A. Jones. The "Believe It or Not" booth was conducted by Mrs. Hall, Mrs. N. C. Kotchell and Mrs. S. W. Veit. Mrs. B. Raymond Weston was chairman of the fishpond, assisted by Dr. Weston, Miss Carol Starr and Mrs. Lester G. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. R. MacGregor and Mr. and Mrs. L. ~. Pattee. Mrs. L. Sorlien had charge of fortune telling and the shooting gallery was directed try Mrs. Edwin Kollar, H. V. Hockenberry and Mrs. u. D. Paulson. Sell Kefreshments. Working in the candy booth were Mrs. E. R. Bappe, Miss Alice Fennema, Mrs. John Nelson and Mrs. G. Richardson; the popcorn ooth, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruns, Mrs. E. Lund, Mrs. Allen Dittberner and Mrs. H. Farrer. The pop stand was in charge of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. O. Deal and C. H. Wright. Mr. and ilrs. R. E. Pauley, Mrs. Yelland, Mrs. Frank Casey and Dr. L. R. Woodward had charge of the ice cream sale and the hot dog stand under .he direction of Leonaine Breese, Mrs. Woodward and June Gaylord. Ballyhooing for the carnival were M. Robertson, Mr. Hall, L. L. Minor, F. B. Miner, Mr. Van Kleek and G. Holt. Garfield Breese acted as finance chairman and Mrs. H. S. 3eemer was chairman of general arrangements. __.;._ McALLEN'-EERMSSE McINTIRE, March 24.--The mar- iage of Miss Mildred Eernisse, formerly of Mclntire, now of Rowley, o Hugh McAllen, also of Rowley, will Emil Rachut Given Prize for Ability as Baker of Cakes Emil Rachut won the prize for the best cake at a cake baking contest held by the men of the St. James Lutheran Friendship society Friday evening in the church parlors. The Rev. O. Mall played two piano solos and Mrs. Mall sang "Beneath the Cross of Jesus." Carl Henkel spoke on "Christ's Work," and Mrs. Edward Pearson and Mrs. Rachut sang "My Faith Looks Up to Thee," accompanied by Mrs. Mall. Mr. Mall gave an explanation of "Hell" as it is given throughout the Old and New Testaments. Refreshments, including the contest cakes, were served at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tims and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer had charge of serving. DEVRDKS-BEMRENDS. ACKLEY, March 24.--The marriage of Miss Anna Behrendg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Behrends and Ben DeVries, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben DeVries of Ackley, was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents in the presence of the immediate families by the Rev. Mr. Joling, pastor of the Christian Reform church at Austinville. Following a short trip they will make their home with the bride's parents. The day was also the thirtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Behrends. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER as been announced. They make their home in Rowley. By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE A SUBSTANTIAL SANDWICH A popular sandwich and one quite filling is made by spreading rye bread with butter mixed with a little mustard, adding a slice of cold boiled or baked ham, then covering' with a slice of Swiss cheese and If You Place Your Order Next Week, This Splendid EASY WASHER Together with 2 DRAIN TUBS May Be Had All for Only spreading that with chili sauce. The top layer of buttered rye bread is added and the sandwich served immediately. DINNER SERVING THREE The Menu Chicken Roll Creamed Peas Mashed Potato Cakes Bread Butter Pickle Relish Chilled Fruit Compote Coffee Chicken Roll (Left Overs Can Be Used) cups flour 3 teaspoons baking powder Vi teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons fat 1 egg % cup milk Mix flonr, baking: powder and salt Cut in fat and add egg. Mixing with knife, slowly add milk. The exact amount cannot always be determined so add it carefully. When a soft dough forms, pat it out until *i inch thick. "Spread with chicken mixture. Chicken Mixture 1 cup diced cooked chicken egg 2 tablespoons chopped celery 1 tablespoon chopped parsley 2 tablespoons chicken stock or gravy % teaspoon salt 1 egg yolk 1 tablespoon milk Mix chicken, egg, celery, parsley, stock and salt. Spread on soft dough. Quickly roll up like a jelly roll. Spread top with yolk which has been mixed with milk. Bake in shallow pan 20 minutes in moderate oven. Serve warm, cut in slices. Chilled Fruit Compote 1 cup diced pineapple *i cup sliced oranges % cup sliced bananas 1-3 cup sugar 2 tablespoons lemon juice % cup cocoanut Mix fruits, sugar and juice. Chill Arrange portions in glass cups sprinkle with cocoanut and serve immediately. 4 COUPLES ISSUED LICENSES TO WED Marriage licenses have been issued to Roscoe A. Rutherford, 32, and CLAIMS FARMER BEING LEFT OUT Former Farm Board Member Says Labor Has Got All New Deal Benefits. ST. PAUL, March 24. OB--W. F. Schilling, Northfield, Minn., farmer and one time member of President Hoover's farm board scoffed at the idea labor and agriculture have anything in common in a statement issued here today in which he declared labor has all the benefits of the new deal and the farmer all the disadvantages. "The farmer is still getting up in the morning to make the fire and furnish the breakfast while his partner in this political 'marriage goes to work at twice the pay and half the hours," said Schilling. He described the doctrines of the "brain trust" as "unwholesomely flavored with communism" and asserted the new deal by "an alphabetical regulation" has wiped out the results of a 25 year fight against trusts. . The government's plan of milk regulation he criticized as wasteful and asserted the plight of the farmer Is worse than a year ago because of increases in prices of the things he must buy. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE NO. 239 LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 KILLS HERSELF, LEAVES NO NOTE Mrs. James Hammill Was Daughter of Telephone Head in Omaha. FATHER AND SON BANQUET HELD Large Crowd Goes to Dinner Sponsored by Odd Fellows Lodge. CLEAR LAKE, March 24.-About 266 persons were entertained at a father and son banquet sponsored by the I. O. 0. F. lodge Friday night at the I. O. O..F. hall. The Rev. B. W. Riner, pastor of the M. E. church, gave the address on "There is a Lad Here." The program included a violin solo by Stanley Anderson, accompanied by Miss Clara Metcalf, a humorous reading, "In a Bargain Basement," by Dorothy Dolley; a vocal solo by Ronald Rawson and several numbers by the brass sextet of the high school. E. B. Stillman acted as toastmaster. The dinner was served by 30 women of the Rebekah lodge, Mrs. C. A. Comstock acting as chairman of the kitchen committee and Mrs. A. R. Cain, chairman of the dining room. The program committee included Fred W. Petersen, C. A. Comstock and Carl Johannessen. Farewell Party Held for Leland Callanans CLEAR LAKE, March 24.--The Hl-Lo Bridge club held a farewell party for Mr. and Mra. Leland Callanan at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cookman, Friday evening. A 7 o'clock dinner was served with the husbands as guests. The tables were decorated in seasonal theme. A gift was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Callanan from the club. Bridge was the evening's entertainment with high score going to Mrs. Arleigh Eddy and Clarence Young. The committee In charge of the dinner was Mrs. Floyd Cookman, Mrs. Peter Knutson, Mrs. Arthur Johnson and Mrs. Albert Christensen. The Callanans will move to Minnesota April 1. Young Democrats Club Has Membership Drive CLEAR LAKE, March 24.--Th committee in charge of the Youn Democrats club membership driv in Clear Lake will hold a meetln Saturday night. There are now ove S~ ·nember.': in this organization i Clear Lake. Persons between th ages of 18 and 40 years are eligibl for membership. Plans are bein^ made for a meeting next week. Mrs Jens Wind is chairman of the mem bershlp committee and chairwomar of the county organization. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS NAPLES, Fla., March 24. James K. Hammill, wife of a prominent lumberman here and daughter of W. B. T. Belt, president of the Northwestern Bell Telephone company of Omaha, shot and killed herself early this morning. A coroner's jury returned a verdict of suicide. Police said she left no notes and they were at a loss to explain her action. She shot herself through the heart with an automatic pistol. The body was found about 300 feet from her The Hammills have been living here about a year, coming to Naples sortly after their marriage. Railroad News Velma Rae Ilstrup, 22, both of South St. Paul; Harold Bonner, 26, Burchinal, and Wilda Catherine Clark 18, Osage; Laurice D. Huntley, 23 and Fayne Marie Patton, 18, both of Clear Lake, and to Vernon Blake 24, and Ertie Franklin, 19, both oi Nora Springs. . -AND THAT'S NOT ALL!We'll accept your old washer as part p a y m e n t . . . and you may pay as little as $2.50 Down--Balance Monthly Remember -- No Sales Tax if you buy in March! HOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMJftNY The Spirit of Youth . . . Retain It You are as old as your FEET FEEL STAY YOUNG AT-L A I R D ' S ^TM 14 E. State St. "^ Where Shoes Are Really Fitted QUALITY Be Smart and Thrifty! Get the MOST In Dry Cleaning for Year Money Suits * C SS. 75c Dresses 4c S d 75c "? PHONE 788 OK 789 MawhalUoift · 1 t l f A N H V ; A H RfclEHS J ' Miss Norya Johnson, 915 North Federal avenue, has returned to her former position as stenographer in the local office of the division superintendent of the North Western railway. Miss Johnson was employed as secretary for Representative Earl Dean during the recent session of the Iowa legislature. P. N. Wickham, Minneapolis, traveling freight agent for the Kansas City and Southern railway company, visited at the freight office of the Chicago Great Western railroad Thursday. A. E. Rohmer, Des Moines, district passenger agent for the Great Northern railroad, was a visitor at the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific freight office Thursday. Louis I. Hendrickson, conductor on the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad, who has been af Park hospital for an operation, is recovering. C. P. Becker, Minneapolis, auditor for the Western Inspection bureau, visited at the Chicago, North Western railroad freight office Friday. A. E. Williamson, Chicago manager of the Norwegian America Line Agency, Inc., visited at the freight office of the Chicago Great Western railroad Thursday. T. M. Strane, Chicago, traveling City Manager Petition Filed at Clear Lake CLEAR LAKE, March 24.--A petition circulated" by R. W. Kabrick asking for a city manager type of government in Clear Lake has been filed with the city clerk. The petition was circulated in 1931 and was recirculated again recently and now has over 600 names on it. According to the Code of Iowa, the mayor has a right to call a special election within 30 days after the filing of the petition. Prizes Given at Mrs. Bailey's Card Party CLEAR LAKE, March 24.--Mrs. J. H. Bailey entertained a group at three tables of bridge Friday afternoon at her home on South Second street. Mrs. Louis Davis received the prize for high score, Miss Gretchen Boozel, consolation; and Mrs. J. M. Jacobsen, the traveling prize. A 6 o'clock dinner was served to the group with Easter decorations, A rabbit and nest of eggs formed the'centerpiece while smaller individual nests added to the attractiveness of the table. freight agent for Nashville railroad, the Louisville, visited at the freight office of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railroad Thursday. C. E. Bradford Austin, traveling freight inspector for the Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul and Pacific railroad visited at the division offices during the week. Arthur F. Ivis, Des Moines, traveling passenger agent for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad, transacted business at the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railroad recently. G. "A. VanDyke, Austin, Minn., superintendent of the Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul and Pacific railroad, was in the division offices Wednesday. E. B. McColloch, Davenport, traveling freight agent for the Baltimore Ohio railroad, visited at the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railroad recently. W. F. Ingraham, superintendent, and H. W. Wuerth, division engineer, returned to Mason City Friday after making an inspection trip to Sioux Falls, S. Dak. M. J. Boyle, superintendent of .he Chicago North Western railroad, was in Eagle Grove several days on business. P. J. Murphy, Omaha, traveling reight and passenger agent for the Denver Rio Grande Western railroad, transacted business at the ofc. 'ices of the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railroad Tuesday. A. W. Bahr, roadmaster for the Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul and Pacific railroad who is confined at a local hospital following an opera- ion, is reported recovering-. H. J. Clark, Omaha, traveling assenger agent for the Canadian "acific railroad, transacted business it the offices of the Chicago, Rock sland and Pacific railroad Wednes- lay. D. B. L Guest Party Held at Whitesides CLEAR LAKE, March 24. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Whiteside, East Main street, entertained members of the D. B. L. club and their husbands Thursday night at dinner and bridge at their home. The prize for high score was given to Mr. and Mrs. Forde Lee. CLEAR LAKE IS JUDGED SECOND High School Earns Ranking in State Play Contest at Iowa University. CLEAR LAKE, March 24.--Clear Lake high school won second ranking in the state for class B high school play production at the Iowa play production festival being held at the University of Iowa this weekend. The local school's play, Adelaide Oulman's "The High Heart." was excelled only by the production of "The Twelve Pound Look," by Nevada high school. Directing Clear Lake to its high ranking was Miss Myrtle Oulman, instructor in the local high school. Players who took part in the production are members of Golden Masque, dramatic organization. In the drama, which is a storj- of the Civil war, Bill Braheny took the part of Major Cranston, an engineer in the Union army, the role of a traitor who lives while his colleague faces death. Harper Joslyn played the part of a confederate spy, and Jean Siesseger played that of Agnes Cranston, Major Cranston's daughter. Ronald Rawson, cast as a corps commander of the federal army, drew the commendation of Sydney Spayde, director of the drama department of Yankton college, who rated the local boy as one of the outstanding high school players in competition. Lieutenant Richards, played by Milo Knutson, Mrs. Peyton, southern gentlewoman, played by Arlene Thompson, and Mandy, Negro servant, done by Virginia Yelland were other parts of the cast. Clear Lake Calendar Insull's Ship Near Island of Rhodes ATHENS, March 24. LT)--Ships at Piraeus, the port of Athens, reported today that code messages' from Samuel Insull's floating haven, the freighter Maiotis, had been picked up by radio, and officers of the vessels guessed that the vessel's position was near the Island of Rhodes, about 250 miles from here, apparently awaiting instructions. The mikado is reported to have called an expert to explain the effects of dollar devaluation. What, if you please, is the expert's address? --Portland Oregonian. Monday--City election at Clear Lake. Wa-Tan-Ye club meets. Z. B. L. club meets with Greta Chappell. Tuesday--Congregational Missionary society at Mrs. C. P. McVicker home, South Third street. Rebekah lodge rally day program at I. 0. 0. F. hall. Wednesday--Rebekah card benefit at I. 0. O. F. hall, Hi-Lo Bridge club meets with Mrs. Clarence Young, Mason city. Thursday--Twentieth Century club with Mrs. J. W. Pattie. Altrurian club meets with Mrs. B. B. Bailey. Sorosis club meets with Mrs. Will Barlow. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wegner havi moved to Clear Lake from Mason City. Mr. Wegner is a partner in the Touristville garage. Mrs. Clyde Drury of Marshall town is a houseguest at the horn' of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E Peterson, North Second street. Harve Schaffer of Spencer is a guest at the Glen Mitchell home South Second street. Miss Genevleve Mllburn, first grade teacher at the Lincoln school who has been seriously ill this week is improving at her home on South Third street. Floyd Shoop, who has spent tin, past few weeks with his family anc parents here, returned to Maywood Cal. Mrs. Shoop -and son will join him later in the spring. .1. J. Behrendt of Rapid City, S Dak., is engaged as agent at the Milwaukee railroad here, taking the place of Carl Anderson, who accompanied by his family left for Sanbom. For Kent: Mod. 4 rm. apt., 412J. Mr. and Mrs. .Iiimes Miller, Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Davenport, Mrs. Roy Hoit and Mr. and Mrs. Nate Miller plan to drive to State Center Sunday to attend the funeral of Willif Hoit, father of Roy Hoit, East Main street, and brother-in-law of James Miller. Among those from Clear Luke who attended the funeral of Frank King at Hampton Friday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. O. J. King and family j Mr. and Mra. J. H. Siesseger Frank Bonner, J. W. Anderson, Mr and Mrs. J. H. Powell, Mr. and Mrs C. P. McVicker, Mrs. Lillian Overton, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McGowan and son, Keith, and Max Olson. Mr Olson sang two numbers, "Coin Home," and "My Task," at the services. A large group from Mason City also attended. The Misses Louise Jensen and Elise Cookman are expected to ar rive Wednesday to spend a week's Easter vacation with their parents, They are both students of the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Jay McGowan of Chicago arrived Saturday from Hampton to spend a day with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McGowan, before returning Sunday to his work. Mrs. McGowan will remain for a while with her mother, Mrs. Frank King, at Hampton. Charlesv.-ortli Speaks. CLEAR LAKE, March 24.--Harold Charlesworth gave his oratorical reading- which he will give in the district declamatory contest before members of the Rotary club Thursday noon. Dr. A. S. Dice reviewed an article from the Rotary magazine. The Prince of Wales' radio address brought disillusionment to many. His accent bore little resemblance to that of Hollywood's English movie actors.--Los Angeles Times. SACREO CANTATA WILL BE GIVEN Prominent Soloists to Be in Production at M. E. Church. CLEAR LAKE, March 24. -- A sacred cantata, "Victory Divine," by J. C. Marks, will be given at the M. E. church at 7:30 Sunday night in observation of Palm Sunday. The cantata is directed by Miss Clara Metcalf and Mrs. Harry Mason is organist. The first part entitled, "In tho Garden," includes a bass solo, "In the Place," by Harry Mason; a ohorjs number, "Sir, We Remember," by the men's chorus; a chorus number, "Tlie Sky Is Dark" by the. choir; a tenor solo, "He Was Wounded," by Royal Hintzman, and a canpela chorus number, "God So Loved the World," by the choir. The second part, "The Earthquake," includes a bass recitation, "Behold There Was an Earthquake" by Wayne Wolford, a soprano solo by Eleanor Runcic with the chorus, "It is the Hour of Morning," and a tenor solo, "My Heart in Terror Throbs," by Royal Hintzman. Mrs. Harry Mason opens the third part, "At the Tomb," with an organ solo by Wayne Wolford with the number which followed by a bass chorus, singing "Fear not;" «. bass solo "And As They Went," by Willis Miller; a soprano and tenor duet by Miss Mildred Thompson and Royal Hitzman, singing, "By the Gift of ..ove." The finals is a chorus number, "Death Is Swallowed Up." Claron Leiths Hold Easter Card Party CLEAR LAKE, March 24.--Mr. and Mrs. Claron Lcith entertained a group at an Easter party at their home on East Main street Friday night. Court whist was the evening's entertainment with high scores going to Miss Jean Matthews and Kenneth Callanan. Later in the evening an Easter egg hunt was conducted with Miss Caroline Bigg winning the prize for finding the most Easter eggs. At 11:30 a two course lunch was served with seasonal decorations, uests included Caroline Bigg, Ar- lovene Kugler, Jean Matthews, Kenneth Callanan, Vincent Mlnette ieRoy Knutson. Reducing' the dollar seemed so easy, you'd think they'd tried to taring the high notes of the national mthem down to within reach of all. --Detroit News. Political Announcements F. C. DeBmyn for Councilman OF riUST WARD CLEAR LAKE. IOWA YOUR VOTE HILL BE APPRECIATED Dr. A. B.Phillips for Mayor CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Monday, March 26 PARK Theater Clear Lake Saturday - Sunday KAY FRANCIS in "House on 56th Street" Mon. - Tues. - Wed. "42nd STREET" POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT Political Announcement Rumors that we oppose the city clerk of the present administration are false and have Iwen circulated for political purposes. Signed--Ernest Andersen, candidate for councll- nian-at-large. C. N. Wright, candidate for councilman o£ third ward. F. C. DeBmyn, candidate for councilman of first ward. JFOUTICAL ANNOUNCEMENT POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT VOTE FOR G. E. WELLS COUNCILMAN FROM FIRST WARD CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Monday, Mare FRIENDS OF C. E. WELLS SPONSORED AND PAID FOR THIS ADVERTISEMENT

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