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March 13, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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·rtXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 13 195fi Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 M. C. Rydson Re turns From Trip in West Sightseeing Trip and Voyage to Hawaii Are Included. CLEAR LAKE--M. C. Rydson returned Thursday from a three months' trip in the west and to the Hawaiian islands, to resume his work with the Sears Construction company. He was enchanted with Hawaii and states it is an ideal place in which to live. While there he saw Naomi Frisbee, Garner, a. former Clear Lake teacher, who is now teaching in the Kola Kua college in Honolulu. Rode Surf Boards. Accompanied on the trip by Virgil Winnie, Mr. Rydson had an apartment on Wakiki Beach where he and Mr. Winnie, tried their luck on surf boards. There are crews of teach boys who care for the beach and handle the surf boards, often giving exhibitions for the tourists. He especially enjoyed the perfect climate which varies only a few degrees the year around, and the beautiful scenery. On one hike they went up' to Sacred Falls, a gorge in the mountains where they swam in cold fresh water. This is a dangerous trip in case of a cloud burst. According to the old .custom, every- hody who goes there makes a peace offering to the gods for their safe return. Many of these offerings may be seen placed between two stones near the trail. Living Cost Same. Native hula hula dancers were seen at the luas, special entertainments for tourists. Living expenses on the island are about the same as in the United States, and the people on the islands have not felt the depression, according to the traveler. Upon his return his boat landed at San Francisco and then travelled on down the coast to San Pedro. Enroute home he attended the San Diego Exposition, visited friends at Phoenix, Ariz., and stopped at Juarez, Mex. Clear Lake Theater JANE FHOMAN STARS IN PARK ATTRACTION Harry Warren and Al Dubin, ace song writers, have composed four new hits for "Stars Over Broadway," the new Warner Brothers music comedy which comes to the Park theater Saturday and Sunday. The songs include "You Let Me Down," a torch number; "Where Am I?" a ballad, and a character novelty, "At Your Service, Madame." Jane Froman, who recently was named the most popular singer of modern songs in a poll conducted by radio editors of the United States and Canada, will introduce "You Let Me Down." In productions staged by Bobby Connolly, brilliant dance director, she will sing "At Your Service, Madame" with James Melton, the famous radio singer, who makes his film debut in this film. * * * ROSE MARIE" IS FEATURE AT LAKE Shooting night scenes in broad daylight is the latest accomplishment of the wizard motion picture camera. This was done recently at Lake Tahoe, where W. S. Van Dyke was directing scenes for the spectacular Totem Pole Indian dance of Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer's "Rose Marie." Now finished, this picture opens a two day engagement Sunday at the new Lake theater. The stirring song, "Song of Mounties," sung by Nelson Eddy on horseback and "Indian Love Call," sung by Jeanette MacDonald are enhanced by the natural echoes from the canyon. Iowa Commander of American Legion to Be Speaker at Lake CLEAR LAKE--W. G. Henke, Charles City, Iowa state commander of the American Legion, arrived in Mason City today and will be the principal speaker at the joint dinner party for^Stafford post and its auxiliary Friday night at the city hall. Delegates Will Attend Democratic Convention CLEAR LAKE--The Cerro Gordo county democratic convention will be held at 11 o'clock Saturday morning at the courthouse, Mason City. Clear Lake delegates elected to serve are: First ward; Mrs. E. L. Wurtzer, Louise Clausen. Dr. C. E. Wright, and W. C. Carroll; second. Mrs. W. H. Dickirson. C. A. Pitsor, Fred Hill and C. P. McVicker; and third ward, Harry Bell, A. E. Mallory, Mrs. Floyd Cookman and Alice Phillips. LAKE THEATRE FRIDAY -- SATURDAY Treat Nites--16c and lOc Win. Powell - Myrna Loy "EVELYN PRENTICE" also BTJCK JONES in "THE THROWBACK" SUNDAY - MONDAY Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy in "ROSE MARIE" New Prices Policy-Till 3 P. M--Adults 31c After 2 P. M.--26c Children lOc New Spring Shipment Just Arrived GET INTO NATURALIZERS AND GET MORE OUT OF LIFE How can shoes so glamorous-looking feel so good? Naturalizers are fashioned on famous Plus-Fit Lasts. These scientific lasts, based on the findings of 89 3 732 X-Ray studies, conform to the tones within as well as the fool itself. There's a Plus-Fit Last for every type of foot -- narrow heel, troad toe, short arch, fallen metatarsal orweakeued longitudinal arch. M O S T S T Y t E S 105 North Federal Avenue GIRLS'TEAMS ARE SELECTED G. A. A. Basketball Tournament Will Begin Next Week. CLEAR LAKE -- Girls' basketball teams have been chosen by the G. A. A. and the tournament is scheduled to begin next week. The teams include: Senior, Netha Carr, captain, Reva Jacobsen, Maxine Fuchs, Maxine Christiansen, Carrol Eastman, Constance Axelsen, Edna Duren, Margaret Hollatz, Jane McMullen, captain, Marian Bieber, Vivian Copier, Melva Jacobsen, Elizabeth Kennedy. Dorothy Nelson. Junior teams--Ellen O'Brien, captain; Wauneta Fankel!. Margery Jacobsen, Irene Prohaski, Daphne Carr, Margaret Hughes; Helen Miller, captain. Marguerite Winnie, Tbeone Hansen, Netha Moorehead, Doris Jensen. Mabel Thomas. Sophomore team -- Ethel Mae Thomas, captain, Alice Thompson, Leona Eliasen, Pauline Baughman, June Fredrick.*, Barbara Rutan; Dora Dehr, Captain, Jean Beckner, Marguerite Kennedy, Kathleen Newman, Josephine Brose, Joyce Hushaw. Fresman team--Ruth Stanfield, captain, Kathryn Pramer, Shirley Wheeler, Lillian Peterson, Joanne Sheplee, Pauline Swanson, Osa O'Brien. Clear Lake Briefs First grade liucon, whole cr half slab, 25c per Ib. Basket Grocery, Clear Lake. New Spring Suits unil Topcoats-buy them on our "Budget Plan"-pay $5 down . . . split the balance over 10 weeks and that's all. Abel Son, Inc.. Mason City. Mrs. Carter Dawson and dughter, Mrs. Marguerite Kaine, Maywood, 111., will arrive Saturday to be week-end houseguests of their sister and aunt, Mrs. Peter Knutson, South East street. Rollins silk hose, 79c. 13th pair free. Nichols Shop. Before you borrow any where be sure to see the Cerro Gordo Loan and Investment Co, ' Mr; 1 and Mrs. A. J. Kawson left Friday to spend the weekend with their son. Ronald, student at the Morningside college. Hand made linen hdkfs., 25C. Nichols Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor, Des | Moines. arrived. Friday to spend the week-end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Whitesides. East Main street. Special foa Sat.: Fruit filled coffee cake. lOc. Clear Lake Bakery. Felt and straw hats, $1.95 and $2.95. Nichols Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer, East Main street, are spending this week in Minneapolis as guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Cornelius and buying spring goods for the Sondrol company. Silk dresses, prints or plain, 55.95 and up. Nichols Shop. P. H. C. McGuiness, Davenport, attended the funeral of his brtoher- in-law, S. L. Carpenter, of Santa Ana, Cal, here Thursday. Nelly Don cotton dresses, $1.95 up. Nichols Shop. Special for Sat.: Iemon bars, lOc doz. Clear Lake Bakery. Announcements have been received of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Butler at Altadena, Cal. Mrs. Butler, who was Gail Latimer before her marriage, is a daughter of Mrs. A. H. Latimer. South Second street. Same quality beef roasts as usual, 12V»c per Ib at the Basket Grocery, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Eckard arc the parents of a daughter born at their farm home on the Lindon ranch south of Clear Lake Friday morning. March 13. Bulk lard, pure leaf, open kettle rendered, 2 Ibs. 25c at the Basket Grocery. Clear Lake. Mrs. J. F. Charlesworth received word Friday of the death of her cousin, Mrs. Ira Derr of Garner. Mrs. Derr was in Clear Lake a year ago helping in the care of Mrs.Char- lotte Karr. Dr. and Mrs. Charlesworth planned to spend Friday evening at Garner. No. 10 red pitted cherries, 39e per can at the Basket Grocery, Clear Lake. Clear Lake Churches ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN Confirmation class at 9. Sunday school at 9:45. Morning worship at 11 by a student of the Lutheran Theological seminary, Minneapolis. Music by the junior and senior vested choirs. Luther league at 6:30 Sunday. Brotherhood Monday at 7:30.--H. O. Urness, pastor. CONGREGATIONAL Church school at 10 with classes for all ages. Morning worship at U with special Lenten music. Sermon by pastor, theme, "Crusade for the Anemone/' A Lenten vesper service will be held at 4:.TM0 with Mrs. C. A. Knutson speaking. Congo club at 6:30.--H. E. Blough, pastor. METHODIST Confirmation classes Saturday at 10. Sunday school at 9:45. Morning worship at 11, theme, "Forgive Us Our Trespasses, as We Forgive Those Who Trespass Against us." Epworth league at 6:30. Evening worship at 7:30.--Dr. B. W. Riner, pastor. BKTHLEHEM LUTHERAN Sunday school at 10 o'clock. The ,95 $1.00 DOWN $1.00 A MONTH Mission society will have charge of the morning service at 11 o'clock. Prayer meeting Thuraday evening at 7:30. Confirmation class Saturday morning: at 10.--B. J. Supple, pastor. ST. I'ATKICK'S CATHOLIC First mass at 8 o'clock. Second mass at 10 o'clock. Confessions will be heard Saturday evening at 7:45 o'clock.--E. J. Supple, pastor. CHRIST SCIENTIST Bible school at 10. Morning service at 11, topic, "Substance." Wednesday service at 8. GOSPEL TABEKNAC1.K Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Preaching service at 11 o'clock. Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Evening service at 7:30. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30.--James Miller and Mrs. H, M. Dunsmoor, pastors. CIIUKCH OF CHRIST I. O. 0. F. Hall Bible school at 10. Song service at 11.--Amy Wallers, Sunday schoof superintendent. Clear Lake Calendar Saturday--Dance at North Shore Country club. Dance at Surf ballroom. Monday--Daughters of Union Veterans at Mrs. T. L. King home. East Main street, 7:30. Refreshments. Library Reading club postponed for one week. Rites Held for S. L. Carpenter, Santa Ana CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Seymour L. Carpenter, Santa HANGS HIMSELF FOLLOWING TRIP Fredericksburg Farmer Had Been in 111 Health; Leaves Wife. NEW H A M P T O N -- Walter Zuppke. 32, Fredericksburg farmKr, committed suicide by hanging himself with a halter in a barn at his father's farm, 6 miles southeast of Fredericksburg. He returned Friday morning from a trip to Chicago. His wife and parents Survive. He suffered ill health. No inquest will be held. $110 an Acre Paid for Farm Near Seed's -Lake HAMPTON--John Peters purchased the August Dreyer farm of 167 acres 2'.!, miles northwest of Beed's lake for S110 an acre. Ana, Cal., former Clear Lake man, were held at the Clear Lake cemetery Thursday afternoon with the Rev. H. E. Blough officiating. Mr. Carpenter suffered p n e u m o n i a shortly after his wife died about 10 days ago. Plan Kites Sunday. CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Mrs. George Goodling will be held at the U. B. church. Ventura, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Goodling died Wednesday night after a week's illness. Lafe Hill Heads Red Cross for 19th Time NORA SPRINGS--At an election of the Red Cross Late Hill was named president for the nineteenth time. Claude Tatum is vice president; Mrs. Paul Artz, secretary: E. C. Moody, treasurer and Henry Lucas, chairman of relief. PARK THEATRE Tonight "THE PAYOFF" A Warner Bros. Picture with . James, Dunn, Claire Dodd, Patricia Ellis. A thrilling, hilarious comedy drama, NEWS - COMEDY KRAZY KAT lOc and 16c SATURDAY and SUNDAY A Warner Bros. Picture "Stars Over Broadway" Admission lOc and Ific BEAUTIFUL . . . Brilliant diamonds of finest quality are selected for our engagement rings. Unusual value. A large blue white center diamond with two smaller ones in mounting--$37.50. M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. Foresters Bldg. Buys this fine waffle iron and 16 piece set of New "Monte Carlo" china During Our Annual SPRING WASHER SALE! a truly remarkable value Ask Also About 1. The New Coffee Makers They take all guesswork out of coffee making. They produce a clear, rich-flavored beverage that will satisfy the most discriminating taste. Finished in chrome plate with genuine Pyrex bowls. Electric models as low as $5.95 -- Gas models $4.95. EASY TERMS 2. The Food Mixers A food mixer will do all the arm-breaking beating, mixing, stirring, juicing, etc., swiftly and thoroughly. The new Mixmaster, with improved beaters, has 60% more power and 10 different speeds. The model shown here Dnly $23.50. Other models at special close-out prices--from §13.95 ON SALE FOR LIMITED TIME Bakes Cakes Makes French Toast Bakes Cookies Toasts Sandwiches Makes Omelettes Bakes Gingerbread This charming Manning-Bowman waffle iron also bakes the kind of waffles that melt in your mouth. It has full size, 7-inch aluminum grids--heat indicator, in cover, that gives proper baking temperature -- and overflow batter trough on lower grid. Its design is of the rolled type in gleaming chromium with red trimmed handles. The 16 piece set of "Monte Carlo" china is likewise decidedly attractive. It has a simple but smart modern design with conventional red band on fine creamy "Manhattan" ivory semi-porcelain. Is guaranteed not to check or craze. $ 10 For Your Old Washer on this NEW, BETTER EASY Price . . . $64.50 Allowance . 10.00 SALE PRICE With Trade-in. a KDPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC CQMBW · A new EASY WASHER that's styled to the minute--and presented at a price that gives you the biggest washer value of all time. Big, rugged, built to last--the minute you see this Easy you'll recognize its superior construction and quality. Now is your opportunity to buy a BETTER WASHER at the price of an ordinary machine . . . a golden opportunity to save money, time and trouble. You'll be proud to own this new 1936 EASY. Set of 2 Portable Laundry Tubs ABSOLUTELY FREE with the Easy During This Sale. Easiest terms we've ever offered on electric washers available during this SALE! AS LOW AS $1.89 PER MONTH Other Models from $44,50 to $149.50 « axid PEOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMEANY i/Msr . - - J'/r-

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