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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 8, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8 テつキ 1937 THREE Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J LEE DEW IGG INS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 RITES HELD FOR MRS. G, GATES Aged Resident Is Survived by Husband and Six Chr'Jren. CLEAR LAKE -- Funeral services for Mrs. Charles L. Gates, 83, who died at her home, HO South street, Saturday morning after a short illness following a long period of semi-invalidism, were held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the home with the Rev B. W. Riner conducting the rites Burial was at Clear Lake cemetery. Pallbearers were William McGowan, Clyde Wright, Percy Fist lei-, Ira Stewart, John Smith and E. W. Winnie. Mrs. L. W. Sherman and Mrs. S. E. Eldred were ii charge of the flowers and Mrs Raymond Monaghen sang "Lead Kindly Light." Ward's funera home was in charge. Born in New York Ida Minerva Collins was bon May 28, 1853, at Elmira, Ne\ York, and later moved to DeKalb 111., where she was married t Charles L. Gates on Oct. 10, 1669 Eight children were born to thi union, two of whom preceded Mrs Gates in death. The family lived.for a time a DeKalb and then moved to Green county, Iowa, and then to a fan near Fort Dodge and later to Clea Lake where they lived on a fan north of town several years. In 1912 Mr. and Mrs. Gale moved to Clear Lake where they have since made their home. On Oct. 10, - 1936, they celebrated their sixty-seventh wedding anniversary. Children Attend. Mrs. Gates is survived by her aged husband, C, L. Gates, and six children. The children are Mrs. .1. H. Winter, Parkville, Mo.; Charles E. Gates, Everett, Wash.; George Gates, Dayton, Wash.; Frank Gates, Oelwein; Fred Gates, Nevada, and Mrs. Nellie Ostrander, "Webster. City. With the exception of the sons living in Washington all the children were present for the funeral. Two grandchildren also attended. Semper Fidelis Will Initiate New Members , ,, . CLEAR LAKE--Semper Fidelis //{national; honor society, will mee' :'"at!;the*n'drne"economics rooms o: the high school for a 0:30 dinnei Wednesday evening. Following the dinner a program and initiation of new members will be held. Coming to Surf CLEAR LAKE--Anna Mae AVinburn appears in directing, singing and dancing roles at the Surf Tuesday evening when the Cotton Club Boys play for a. special dance for couples only. IMiss AVinburn is master of her art anil gives an exhibition second to none. Tables will be supplied for all according to all announcement by Carl Fox, manager of the Surf. Reservations may be made in advance to insure against possible disappointment. Congo Club Plans for Sleighing Party CLEAR LAKE -- Members ot the ongo club have planned a valen- ine sleighride party to follow a hort meeting ot the club next Sunday evening. Upon the return rom the ride, a social hour with -efreshments will be held at the church. Bob fngersol, Kathryn Hughes and テつキ Rhoda Mallory are the committee making arrangements. On Sunday evening Ray Davis spoke to the club on the career of Abraham Lincoln and the Rev. Homer Blough conduclec personality and intelligence tests for high school youths and held a news events forum. GIRLS' TOURNEY IN FINAL ROUND Senior B, Freshman A Teams Win Semi- Fmals. CLEAR LAKE -- The Senior B class won over Senior A class team 28 to 22 Friday in the semifinal of the Girls Class Basketball tournament in progress at the high school and the Freshman A team scored 11 lo 8 over the Juior B girls in their round in the semifinals. Captains of Senior A and Senior B girls are Marguerite Winnie and Knthryn Wood respectively. Charlotte Hess is captain of the freshman A group and Dell Johnson ot the junior B girls. The final game of the series was played at the high school gym Monday afternoon at 4:30. Following the finish of the tournament the "C" club will soon hold a meeting at which several girls who have completed the requirements for membership through participation in the tournament will be initialed. Members of the senior B class, captained by Miss Wood, are Marjorie Jacobson, Sunne Hein. Georgia Allard, Kathryn Merwin, Daphne Can-, Netha Moot-head, Verna Knudson and Theone Hansen. Those in the freshman A group headed by Miss Hess are Evelyn Bieber, Kathryn Pramer, Berdean Beckncr, Esther Djurin, Josephine [ Kowalsky, 'Jeannette Sweeney and Mary Hughes. Clear Lake Calendar Monday--Boy Scouts, schoolhouse, regular meeting. L. D. R., Zion Lutheran church 7:30 p. in. D o u b l e C class, Methodis church, R P. m. Odd Fellows lodge, I. O. O. i. hall, B p. m. . Charity basketball game, high school gym, Clear Lake vs. Ven- lura teams, 7 p. m. Tuesday--Prise-ilia club, Mrs. M. Olson, 2 p. m. Bethlehem Lutheran aid^ SECTIONAL MEET AT CLEAR LAKE First of Basketball Series Start on School Gym March 4. CLEAR LAKE--Supt. C. A. Pease received notice Monday morning that the sectional basketball tournament, the first 01 the state series, will be held at Clear Lake, March 4, 5 and ti T h e information came I r o n George A. Brown, secretary o he Iowa High School Athletic issociation. A list ol the schools o play here will be announced in he near future. Basketball fans are assured ot thrills in the game Tuesday night on the home floor when the Mrs. A. ]. Erickson Dies in Hospital Following Illness CLEAR LAK Mrs. Mrs. Lars Flom, 915 South Fourth street. Tina Rebekah lodge, I. O. O. F hall, 8 p. m. Basketball game. Forest City vs Clear Lake, high school gym 7:30 p. m. Hi-Lo Bridge club, Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Burden street. Jolly Eiflht Card club, Mrs. Fay Mason, South Fourth street. Farmers Co-operative meeting Methodist church, 1:30 p. m. Group No. 1, Congregations I aid, at church. 3 p. m. I Intramural basketball game, PhiUippe-Mullarky, 5:15 p. m. To Donate Proceeds for Red Cross Work CLEAR LAKE -- All proceed? form the Bethlehem-Lutheran Ladies' And meeting to be held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Lar; Flom, 815 South Fourth street, wil be donated to the Red Cross, ac cording to an announcement bj the Rev. S. M. Stenby Monday The meeting is called at 2 p. m A short program will be given and refreshments will follow. The I meeting is open to the public'. VIrs. Lowe Honored at Post-Nuptial Event CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Charles jowe was honored at a post-nup- ial shower Saturday afternoon at he home of her sister, Mrs. George Kimball, 803 North Sixth street, when 15 neighbors and friends were entertained by Mrs. Kimball. Mrs. Lowe was Miss Myrtle Miller prior to her marriage, Dec. 21. She received a number .of nice gifts and the afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. Kimball served light refreshments at the close. Lions meet Forest City in a conference game of more than passing interest. Forest City has been defeated twice by the B u f f a l o Center five this season and Clear Lake lost its only conference game to the same team. The Forest City team has recently been strengthened by the, return to school of Indvik who had been out some time. Buffalo Center now holds third place in the conference. Marshall-Swift's team will meet the Standard Oilers ot Marshalltown in a preliminary game at 7:30 o'clock. The Marshalltown team boasts a number ol college stars in its line-up and has won practically all its games in the last two years, according to Coach Chris Johnston. Defeated Britt. The Marshall-Swift five defeated the Brill Hottentots here 18 to 22 in a sharp battle Jan. 29. The preliminary game is called at A. ,T. Erickson, mother of Mrs.' VI. If. Crane, died at a Mason City hospital Monday morning following several weeks illness. She had been at the hospital three weeks. Mrs. Erickson is survived by her father, G. W. Lyon, Inwood; Mrs. Crane. Mrs. Ray Fountain, Des Moines, a daughter, and L. L. Mak, Waterloo, a son. There are also several grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Ward funeral home at Clear Lake. The body will be sent to Inwood Wednesday for burial. Besides those mentioned, Mrs Erickson is survived by a .niece Mrs. Carl Stephens, Des Moines Mr. and Mrs. Stephens and Mr ' Fountain are expected to arrive for the funeral. HAROLD MARSH RITES TUESDAY Body Arrives in Mason City From Los Angeles, California. The body of Harold Marsh, rui down by a locomotive in a Loa Angeles switch yard on the nigh of Feb. 2, arrived in Mason Citi Monday forenoon, accompanied by the widow, the six Marsl children and Russell Wright, nephew. Funeral rites were planned fo Tuesday afternoon, with service est, has gone to Ihe.liome ot heir ster, Mrs. Thomas' Simpkins, 72-1 intli street northeast. Other sis- ers are Mrs. Ira Leaman, Mrs. H. . Wright, and Mrs. G. L. Gilbert, pokane, Wash. Charles Crumt nd Leonard Crumb oテつ」 Mason Cily are her brothers. Mr. Marsh is survived by Mrs. larsh, their children, Evelyn, 17, Shirley, 14, Harold 12, Gordon 10, loger, 3, and Patricia, born since he family's departure to Los Angeles five months ago. Mrs. Genevieve Kerdus, 709 North Jackson ivenue, daughter of an only n-other, Verne Marsh, was reared n the Fred Marsh home as an icloplcd sister. at 2 o'clock at the Patterson fu neral home and burial in th Marsh family lot in Elmwoo cemetery. The Rev. David 1 Mrs. Ray A. Tuthill R i t e s Held; Burial at Elmwood Cemetery Funeral services for Mrs. Ray A. Tuthill, 46, who died at a local hospital Friday following an Kratz and Frank Sheffler wi have charge. On Way to Work. An account oテつ」 the accident which the son of Cerro Gordo county's former sheriff, Fred Marsh, met instant death was brought to Mason City by Mr. Wright, the nephew, who had just taken Mr. Marsh to his place of employment, the Southern Pacific yards in,Los Angeles. Walking over a rather dimly lighted cross walk, the former Mason Cityan was unaware of the approach of a locomotive, backing p toward the roundhouse. A Jnd- on the fuel tank caught Mr. Marsh and buried him into a wire Festival Dates Changed. MOUNT VERNON--Due to un^ expected complications, dates tor the Cornell college May Music festival, originally May VJ, 14 and 15, have been changed to May Ii, 7 and 8. The program of the festival, specially arranged lo honor the hundredth concert here in 35- years by the Chicago Symphony irchestra ted by Dr. Frederick Stock, will not be changed. illness, were held at the McAuley funeral home Monday afternoon, Pass Law for Cities Under Manager Plan DES MOINES, (/P)--The senate passed and sent to the governoi Monday a bill to permit the city of Davenport to issue refunding bonds on a Davenport-Rock Island bridge bond issue. Vote in both chambers was unanimous. The senate also passed a bill by 7:30 p. m. The high school pep :and and junior drum corps will joth play for this game. At the charity game Monday evening the pep band will be on hand but not the drum corps. No seats are reserved for this game which will start at 7 o'clock. The junior high schools of Ventura and Clear Lake will clash firsl and later the Ventura high school first team will lackle the Cleai Lake seconds. An intramural game between the Philippe and Mullarky teams will be played at the gym at 5:15 p. m. Tuesday. per, Irwin Powers, Jack Dohlstrom and Charles Whitney. Burial was at Ehnwood cemetery. !C Searer S were George Slam- Crumb's. 412 twelfth street north- Jack Roy Stevens, (D) of Oltumwa to permit cities under the city manager plan to operate waterworks through a board of trustees. Farmers to Meet on Thursday to Study Electrification Plan Blocked roads prevented n large number of farmers in the county from attending the rural electrification meeting at the Y. M. C. A. Saturday evening. A postponed meeting will be held Thursday at 1 o'clock at which time an organization will be formed for the purpose of furthering the project in Cerro Gordo county. All farmers and others interested in the development of rural electrification have been invited. FEB.I4th Sing Your Love Song with Flowers ... from Kemble's., . gorgeous spring flowers . . . tulips, jonquils, hyacinths and roses . . . sweet peas and many varieties of potted plants. PHONE 55 KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSE Main Office: 1205 S. Federal, rii. 55 Downtown Shop: 7 W. State, 'Ph. 416 Music Instructors Plan Two Programs CLEAR LAKE--Music hours art planned at the high school on Feb. 17 and aiso. Feb. 23 according lo present plans of John Kopecky and Miss Clara Me tea 11, music instructors in the local schools. These will be the first music hours to be hold in the new biiildinff. Programs will be announced later. Clear Lake Briefs Special--Filial clearance 15 silk dresses, regular テつァ12.95 and テつァ14.95 for only $5.95. Nichols Shop. Mrs. Ned Blackmore's committee will serve following Tina Rebekah lodge meeting at I. O. O F. hall Tuesday evening. New linen blouses, テつァ2.95 anfl $3.95. Nichols Shop. Sunshine ctub meets IVednesdaj Jor luncheon at the home of Mrs Jack Bailey, 222 South Second streel. New 'inen hdkfs.. 25c and 50c Nichols Shop. Miss Aile'cn Wilmer, instriictfl in home economics at the higl school, spent the week-end at he/ home in Collins. All! Ncifflibors whose birthdays fall in January or February will be special lodge guests at lodge meeting Thursday evening and are especially asked to attend. Refreshments will be served following lodge. iWiss Dora Nikvist, high school teacher of languages, spent the week-end at her home in Cedar Falls. Do Your Bit club will hold an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles Zirbel Wednesday. TJ. D. R. will meet at the Zion Lutheran church Monday evening at 7:30 with ' Miss Ethel Mae Thomas serving. This is instead of the meeting announced at the Eliasen home. Miss Ruth E. Skrable, commercial and English teacher at the high school, returned to her work Monday after several days' absence. Christian Workers will meet Thursday instead of Friday this week at the Mrs. Mary England home, 809 South Fourth street in the apartment of Mrs. Lucy Coe. There will be a Bible study lesson and refreshments will be served. E. I. Scnerf, 231 South Second street, who has been indisposed for several days, was reported somewhat better Monday morning. Mrs. D. F, Bycrs, West Stale street, will entertain St. Margarets guild at her home Thursday afternoon at 2 p. m. No 1 u n c h is being served at guild during Lent. Ice harvest, continued al Clear Lake Monday. From tobacco farm to shipping TOOJn . . . at every stage in the making of Chesterfield Cigarettes . . . Job Number One is to see that Chesterfields are made to Satisfy. In die fields... at die auction markets ...and in the storage warehouses... Job Number One is to see that Chesterfield tobaccos are MILD and RIPE. In the Blending Department Job Number One is to "weld" our homegrown tobaccos with aromatic Turkish to the exact Checterfield formula. In the Cutting and Making Departments Job Number One is to cut the tobacco into long clean shreds and roll it in pure cigarette paper. Chesterfields are made to give you the things you enjoy in # cigarette... refreshing mildness ...pleasing taste and aroma. They Satisfy. Copyiijht 1937. I.lnnrrr A: MYERS TOBACCO Co.

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