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February 10, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 10 · 1937 THREE Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIU, News Editor. LEE DEW1GGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 FARMERS HEAR ROY 0'DONNELL Elect .Directors at Annual Meeting; Manager Reports. CLEAK LAKE -- Hoy "Pat" O'Donnell, former Cerro Gordo county agent, addressed the annual meeting of the Farmers Cooperative company of Clear Lake at the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon on the general theme of co-operation work and also gave some information concerning the 'credit corporation with which he is at present connected. Mr. O'Donnell helped to organize the local co-operative company during his period of service in this county and expressed himself as very happy to renew acquaintanceship here and see the prosperity of the project. Studcnls Entertain. The program was further carried out by a group of high schoo students who gave a group of musical numbers. Marlyn BuU played ' a clarinet solo, Roger Davis, a clarinet solo, Dean Brox, corne number, Miss Barbara McCoy a flute selection and Bill Kennedy a bass vocal number. The' boys quartet sang. Dan Spillman and Henry Bruchner. were re-elected directors anc later the board o£ directors ehosi as officers for 1937 F. A. Rich president; Dan ' Spillman, vici president and F. E. Dalcer, secre^ tary-treasurer. John V. Bohning, .general man ager for the association, reportci elail sales for the year, amount- ng lo $117,555 and a gross mer- ·handise gain of $23,815. Depre- iation for both departments dc- iuctcd was §1,998, patronage re- bale, $2,326 and paid on capital lock divided $2,550. . Report Profit. A net profit of $4,870 was car- ·ied to surplus. The association las no indebtedness other than iccrued taxes. There is now a capital stock o£ 542,500 paid in ·md a-surplus account of $38,017 making a net worth ?80,567. The association has set up a reserve of $22,369 for depreciation on values. This makes the booic value of stock a little less than $95 share. Wives of directors and employes served a fine buffcl lunch at the close of the afternoon. The meet; was well attended considering weather and road conditions. To Address Speech Section of Teachers Meeting in March CLEAR LAKE--John Rosa Winnie has been invited to discuss "Directing Problems of the One- Act Play" before the speech section of the north central division of Iowa State Teachers' association meeting in Mason City in March. Mr. Winnie, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Winnie, 409 Henry street, is working for a master's degree at the University of Iowa where he is majoring in speech. He is devoting much time to speech, play production and radio broadcasting. He may be heard over WOI every Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. TO REGfll/V ENERGY AFTER THE FLU When the Flu lias lefc you weak and discouraged you need something to put a keen edfie on your appetite and to brace up your digestive system, to fura your food into strcnxth-fcivins, red blood. Hosteller's Stomachic Billets speeds up recovery- You'll feel belter with the first dose. Phone your drug store riBhr away and set started quickly. America's tonic since 1853. Taste? good, does xood. 18 or. boltlc, Jl.50. LIONS VICTORS IN HOME TUSSLE Defeat Forest City 19-16; Marshall and Swift Down Oilers. CLEAR LAKE -- Clear Lake Lions were victorious in the battle with Forest City Tuesday evening, taking the best of a score of 19 to 16. In the preliminary tussle between the Marshall and Swift team of Mason City and the Doyen Standard Oil team of Mar- shalllown, the Mason City men triumphed in a 38 to 20 f i n a l score. Coc and Rutan led off in the scoring for Clear Lake with a loop each, followed by Lewis in a Iree toss before the Forest City men had a point. Coo accounted for another field goal and Murphy and Jensen one each. M u r p h y placed four free throws through the hoop, Coe and Lewis a pair each and .Rutan one. Indivik Leads. Indivik led the Forest City five with two field loops; Lingren made one. Hanson look four free tosses and Indivik and Peterson a trio each. Clear Lake led all through the tussle at the last but Forest City was gradually creeping up. | In the preliminary, Hawks cap- ' lured seven loops for Marshall- Swift, Cordle five, Ryan four and Suter and Johnson, one ouch. Wilson was leader for Hie Oilers making six field goals and one free throw. Doyen placed two in the basket and Boregch and Perry one each. Simpson accounted for three free tosses and Perry two. Two More Games. The Clear Lake pep band and the junior drum and bugle corps were on hand. A good crowd was out to see the playing in spite of sub-zero weather. The Lions play at Brill on Feb. 19 and Webster City will play here Feb. 25. CL. LAKI; I.IONS--I r, CITV VAitsrrv-- Special Limited Offer ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD RADIO · In celebration'of the production of the !) millionth Philco Radio, the People's Gas and Electric Company is co-operating' with the Phiico factory in a sensational special o f f e r on the famous Model 630-X. It's your opportunity to own one of the belter Philcos--a world wave model--al a worthwhile savings. Here's the deal: Regular Price . . . . Trade-in Allowance. YOU PAY ONLY PAY AS LITTLE AS $1.0® PER WEEK lurches to Observe Annual Prayer Day With Joint Program CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. T. Fre- leigb Mason City, a missionary- on f u r l o u g h from Atvica, will be guesl speaker at a meeting o£ all churches ol Clear Lake in observance ot the annual ciay of prayer to be held the first Friday of Lcnl, Feb. ]2, in the league room o£ the Methodist church at 2:30 p. m. 'Mrs. H. E. Watts,. president ot the Woman's Foreign Missionary sodely of the Methodist church will preside and conduct the devotions. Mrs. C. R. Wood, president ot the Congregational missionary society, will speak briefly on the origin and purpose ol this movement, worldwide in scope Members ol Ihe various churches participating will give special musical numbers. The meeting is open to the pub lie. Clear Lake Calendar Wednesday--Double O club, Han ford hotel, Mason City. Wa-Tan-Ye club, benefit bridge J. O. O. F. hall. Intramural games, hir;h schoo gym, Philippe-Bragcr, 7 p. m Bacon-Palmeter, 7:50 p. m., an Comstock-Mullarky, 8:40 p. m. C. D. A., Mrs. J. W. Andersoi 221 South North street, p. m. PROGRAM GIVEN BY HIGH SCHOOL itudents Present Musical Numbers, Readings at Aid Party. CLEAR LAKE--A program by igh school students was given {or he entertainment of women at- ending the Valentine tea given at he Congregational church parlors icsday afternoon by group No. o£ the aid. An orchestra made ip ot Lola Pine, pianist, Ray- \\onA McGowan, Jeanne Beckncr, aomi Pine and Barbara Moody played a group nf selections and Vliss Naomi" Pine also played c\ arUone solo. Miss Marguerite W i n n i e read ·Tipping Teacher O f f " and Miss Sunne Hein read two sketches, 'The Courtship of Miles Stanclish" n Swedish dialect and a shorter one, "The Bee." A while elephant grab-bag occasioned much amusement and in i guessing contest Mrs. John Per- .dns was awarded first, prize and Mrs. L. C. ConUlin, second. Refreshments were served from a table prettily decorated with red tapers and a bouquet of red carnations and freesia. Mrs. F. G. Ath- crlon and Mrs. R. R. Rogers poured and the women of the group served. ENTERTAINS 1U-LO BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Arthur Johnson was hostess to the Hi-Lo Bridge club Tuesday afternoon. A dessert luncheon \vas served a f t e r which three tables of bridge were played with Mrs. Oscar Peterson and Mrs. Frank SiesscRer serving as substitutes. Mrs. T. L. Sears received a prize and Mrs. Peter Knulson the traveling prize. 93 Years Old CLEAR LAKE--Frank Cnok- man. South Third street, will celebrate his ninety-thin! birthday on Thursday, Feb. 11. Al- (houKli uualilc Id walk very much, Mr. Cookman has very (rood health and is able lo be up and about the house every day. lie enjoys visiting with friends AV!U call and keeps up on ali lliK Important events of the day. Mr. and Mrs. Cookinuu recently celebrated their f i f t y - eiffhth weddinff anniversary. They have me sou, F. G. Cook- miin, who resides on Kasl Main slrccl. SECOND TEAM TO ENTER TOURNEY Vill Tackle Rock Falls m First Round al Thornton. CLEAR LAKE--Clear Lake's :econd team will play Rock Falls it 2:30 p. m. Friday in the first ·ound ot the Cerro Gordo county Basketball t o u r n a m e n t to be held it Thornton high school Friday :md Saturday, Feb. 12 and 13. Mason City seconds will plaj Plymouth at 3:30 p. m. Friday \1eservey will play Swaledale a 7:30 and Thornton will play Ventura al 8:30 Friday evening. Thi« vill be hostess in two weeks. vill complete the first round. Tha semifinals will be played Satur« day afternoon and the finals Sat- urdaj evening. Clear Lake's second learn met lanlontown on the home floor Tuesday after school and defeated, hem I B to 17 with Philippe muk- ng the winning basket in the last ninuto of the game. M u l l a r k y did some f i n e work for Clear Lake in .his game, according to Coacli ris Johnston. n two \vccks when a Wnshing- .on program will be given. 1OI.IA' EIGHT Ct.UB MEETS FOK BRIDGE Jolly Eight card club met Tues day allcrnooii with Mrs. Fay Ma son, South Fourth street, will Mrs. Carl Olson substituting fo Mrs. L. O. K i m b a t l . Mrs. l l o n r j Marshall, 509 North F i f t h street A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest; cold or bronchial Irritation, you can Bet relief now with Creomutslon. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with anything less than Crcomul- sion, which goes right to the seati of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the inflamed membranes as the germ-laden phlegm is loosened and expelled. Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, your druggist is authorized to guarantee Crcomulsion and to refund your money If you are not satisfied with, results from the very first bottle. Get Crcomulsion right now. (Adv.). given a f t e r which a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were served. Mrs. Grace Stevens will entertain at Die home ol Mrs. Reuben Fryer, Clara street, We Guarantee to Fit Your Truss and Stay Right Here to Make Good WlinC good to you is an "expert" truss fitter a hundred, miles away? Our trained and specialized sir'vice -backed up by our guarantee to adjust your truss lo your entire .satisfaction, -- stays on the jot) year in and year out. That's the kind of a guarantee you want. See t h a t . you get it, IHurphy t Cue 1 .H-u-rii o l.cwi* K Ilulm a Comslock s t\ E 1 o j l n c l i v i k t ·1 -i 1 1 E'etcrsou r I II I Tlinj] M , M ,i, I) :: - J i H . t n s i i . i c I 1 - I ! Porter c (I II I l i U n c r e n s 0 II »;Slovcr K I'cutou f 0 [I :l III II Tola! f R u n n i n g scor CLIiAR L A R K . . . " . . . " . . . . fi I I J 7 l!l F O K E S T CITV I l\ K 10 csl City «. Referee, Murray; scorer, U t i d e r k o f l c r ; limrr. Cone. MAIl'M.-SW«I' - T-- IM'SHALLTOWN-- if n t\ it rt r r. II I I I Simpson f II '[ 0 ·! (1 1| Wilson f « I ^ I -~ -'jDoyen c [ II l i i l l r c n i c r I) n :l]IlorcRcli I II iill'crry I Cordle f iran-ks f Bj-an c S n l r r i Jlarllii r J o h n s o n f Tnlil lluiiniri I X \ l l l \ T o l a l III ........ .* Ml 17 yd: Marshall-Su'lll !l; M A J t S I I A L L T O W N Tree Ihrcm* mis M n r s l i n l l l o i v n X. R r l c r e e . ^ I n r r n y : u m p i r e , K r u c c e l ; scorer, Walker: t i m e r , Cone. Clear Lake Briefs n. TC. A. officers will meet at I. O. O. F. hall tor practice Thursday at 2 p. in. For Kent: First floor apt. for couple. 305 N. 5th St. The Lat-a-Lol Birthday club will meet with Miss Florence McGrady, Clara street, Feb. 12. A valentine exchange will be held. Miss Helen Lyon, 506 East Main street, returned Monday from Minot, N. Dale., where she acompanied her father, Lloyd Lyon, to visit her grandmother who is ill in a hospital. Mr. Lyon came back as far as Minneapolis, liss Lyon l e f t her grandmother bout the same. Star club which meets Friday ith Mrs. J u l i a Cobb, Jefferson trcet, will hold a v a l e n t i n e cx- liange ns a part of its program, 'he q u i l t which the members nve been maUinR will be given way at this meeting, too. Linger Longer club will meet 'hursday afternoon at the home .f Mrs. Reuben Fryer, Clara treet, instead of Friday as at irst planned. Ice harvesters had a vacation 'uesday and Wednesday because f the extreme cold weather. The Rev. S. I\r. Stenby went to Rockwell Tuesday to visit his daughter, Mrs. T. S. Stall, and Wednesday went to Minneapolis o visit his children there several weeks. Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Phillips calcd on friends and relatives in DCS Moincs and Ames Wednesday. A sister of Mrs. Phillips, living at Ames, is ill- Mrs. G. E. Trocffcr, North First street, left Fhxlay for California ..·here she will visit several wcelcs with relatives and friends. U. Y. R. club will inecl at the home of Mrs. S. C. Schumacher, 321 North Second street, Friday evening. C. A. Knutson went to DCS Moines Tuesday afternoon to attend a state convention of hardware dealers. Drs. A. B. and N. W. Phillips, C. E. Wright, E. L. Wurtzer, R. W. Peterson and A. J. Cole attended the county medical association meeting at Mason City Tuesday evening. PEOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COME\NY I'lUSClLLA. CLUB HOLDS MEETING Mrs. M. Olson, East Main street, entertained Priscilla club Tuesday with only two members absent. A program on Lincoln was 5 South Federal Ave. Masim (Jily AUTHORIZED EXCLUSIVE AKUON TRUSS FITTER. 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