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March 2, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1939 _ ; -Clear Lake Globe-Gazette .MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J ASH WEDNESDAY IS LESSON TOPIC . Congregational Aid ! Groups Meet for Study, Recreation CLEAR LAKE--"The Meaning of Ash Wednesday" was studied by the six groups of the Congregational Ladies aid which met at various homes Wednesday afternoon and evening for the March session. The origin of the holy day, which is the fortieth day before Easter, is rather obscure but it was well established in church practices in the second century. It marks the beginning of Lent, an English term meaning spring, and is observed with special 'prayers and ceremonies. The term "Ash" comes from the use of ashes obtained from the burning of palms used on Fz\m Sunday of the previous year in the ceremonies opening the 40 day period of meditation, prayer and fasting preceding Easter' observed by certain churches. The spiritual value of Lent was also brought out in the discussions. Hold Dinner Session The Rev. J. B. Calhoun discussed the subject for group No. 1 which met at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A, B. Phillips for a picnic dinner. Guests were the Rev Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun, Mr. and" Mrs. R. J. Aurdal, Mr. and Mrs A. N. Michaels, Dr. N. W. Phillips Mrs. Harold Phillips, and Miss Martha Pattie and Mrs. Lena Leiterman, Mason City. Following the formal meeting the time was spent in playing ping-pong and Chinese checkers. District Governor, Kenneth Goodrich, Visits Lions Club CLEAR LAKE--Kenneth Goodrich, Boone, district governor o the Lions club, spoke to loca Lions at the Legion hall Wednesday evening on Americanism and Lionism. He also told of the organization of several new clubs throughout the state. Mr. Goodrich was accompanied by Mr. Pat terson, also a Lion from Boone John Perkins will arrange the program for next week. Clear Lake Briefs Sir. and Mrs. George E. \Veesa and family of three children have moved into the D. E. Kenyon house at the corner of Oak and Benton streets. Mr. Weese is a hardware salesman. Wonderful bargains in all dept's at Hansen's on Fri., Sat., Mon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Cone Mrs. Marion Gilmore was welcomed as a new member ol group No. 2 which met at the home of Mrs. W. R, Clack with 10 wom- . en present Mrs. Roy Peterson led the lesson and Mrs. Irwin Lakore the devotions. Tea was served with Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn pouring. Mrs. Howard Leonard, San Diego, Cal., Mrs. Nita Church and *f Misses Harriet Bullock a n d Abbie Eldridge were guests of group No. 3 which met at the home of Mrs. Frank Palmer for a dinner dessert. Mrs. E. A. Colburn was assisting hostess. Mrs Percy Tistler led devotions and Mrs. Edith Naylor presented the lesson. A social hour followed the close of the study period. Plan Church Sapper Mrs. H. C. Kraeger was assisted by Mrs. Carl Fox in enter- taming group-No. 4 with 23 persons, including Mrs. Dean Durkee, Mrs. J. T. Charles worth and -.Mrs. Frank Barlow as guests, present Mrs. T. R. Adams led · devotions, u s i n g appropriate Jjcnpture passages and Mrs. Fred Conwell the lesson. A dessert luncheon was served. A green and white color scheme ·with a shamrock motif was earned out in the luncheon served by. Mre Carl McKone for group No. 5. Mrs, B. F. Clark was assisting hostess, Mrs. R. B. Kennedy led the lesson and Mrs. Mary Bowman conducted the devo- uons. An enjoyable afternoon is reported although only 13 women were able to attend. ^ Plans to serve the fellowship dinner at the church March 3 were made by group No. 6 which met at the home of Mrs. T.'E. Sondrol for a dessert -luncheon with Mrs. J. B. Calhoun and Mrs. R. J. Aurdal as guests. Mrs. H. S. Nye led the lesson and Mrs. Ira Stewart the devotions. LISfSSEBVJCES IN COMMUNITY Mrs. Tim Phelan Points Out Work Auxiliary May Do CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Tim Phalen, Mason City, spoke on , _.. u «»»o, Aiai U1U. JJ ^JOUe have purchased the A. R. Jorgenson hou:e, 614 South Fourth street and plan to move in the near future from 524 Caroline street ""here they have been living since Sc X3J.I. Don't fall (o take advance of Hansen's bargains Fri., Sat., Mon. Friendship Chain club, scheduled to meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. George Kimble, was postponed because of the illness of the hostess. Mrs. Kenneth Stockwell will entertain the club March 8. . Biggest, tastiest 25c plate meal in town. Repp's Diner. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Winkle are the parents of a son weighing 8V. pounds born at Mercy hospital in Mason City Wednesday · evening He is their first son and has one sister, Abbie Ann, -5 years old. Be sure to listen Jo sta WHIT Fri. night, 6:15. George Osborne, 8ff, who was taken to Mercy hospital in Mason City Wednesday for treatment of an infection, spent a restful night and was improving Thursday. His granddaughter, Miss Jenannette U)nklm, Minneapolis, arrived Wednesday to assist in his care. Everything in Ward's window now -14 price--small rugs galore. No practice for either junior or senior choirs of the Zion Lutheran church will be held Thursday evening because of iliness amone the members and the illness o£ Mrs James McCprmick, director. Mrs' McCormick is improving but is not able to go out. Elec. pump service, well repair and drilling. Art Butts. Ph. 224-W. The Rev. Riiben Mostrom is to his bed with an attack ADOPTS "GOD'S ACRE"METHOD Methodist Church Board Approves of. Fund-Raising Idea CLEAR LAKE -- The "God 1 Acre plan of raising funds foi church improvement was unani- v , j t h e officia board of the Methodist church a a meeting held Wednesday evening. The idea was enthusiastical- furned Wednesday night from^a three, weeks' stay at Lexington Nebr where they were called by the illness and death of Mr. Johnson s mother, Mrs. James Johnson. Mr and IWrs. Roy Burns and daughter, Deloris, moved Thursday morning from the Barlow house, South Second street, to the Avaion -apartments, 220 North Third street. Mrs. Howe, Forest City, moved Thursday afternoon to the home they vacated. _?/. r - Ja " d , Mrs : ch «'es G. Ames near Rockwell. Elm , y, s p o e on Community Service for the program of the American Legion Auxiliary which met at Legion hal Wednesday evening. Among the PrOJ £ c ^ .Phoned as suitable work in this service were wholesome recreation for young people beautiiicauon of yards and parks sponsorship of a shelf in the local library filled with, materials on American Legion and Auxiliary projects, child welfare work, sponsorship of Girl Scout and Boy Scout activities and the Boys' State "Work. Mrs. Phalen also led in a round table discussion and told numerous instances which came to her as the wife of the county sheriff and of what is done to protect juvenile offenders until their courts Can te aCtCd Up0rl by the The meeting was in charge o£ tne community service committee Mesdames Floyd KimbalL w e Carroll and Karl Hass. Lunch was served at the close. o e sewing circle on March 31. LAKE OWESO CLUB WORKS ON QUILT T ^"'n- E)mer DeW »t entertained Lake Township Oweso club a" a day meeting Wednesday. The time wa ? *P*nt in sewing on a quTlt ?*'* w 111 5* sold when finished. Lunch was served. Mrs E A rnrams will be hostess March 8. ' Mrs. c. C. Ross, North w ra V 1! with " u - Her son, Wayne Ross, is confined to his home with ear trouble. O. J. King, Jack Kin?, Keith Kobmsoh and Wayne Stirapson returned late Tuesday from Des Monies where they- attended the Paychek fight Monday night. En- route home they were stranded at «v e h ^ h °, urs by toe stOTm which reduced visibiEty to four feet Jewell was filled with motorists many being there from Des Monies and others from attending the Elks convention at Fort Dodge. Daughters of Union Veterans will meet at Legion hall Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock for bun- I ness and practice Toilclriis Section DAmorrs ·n y , those PfeScnt and m=i, VL go for ward at once to make the work a success. Th regular church finance committe will have charge o£ launching the pian and hope to enlist 50 or 60 farmers who will assist by growing ac least one acre of corn for the church improvement fund. those not engaged in farming will make contributions to match those of the farmers who planl God s Acres" for the church ·Oils plan has been successful in other communities in Iowa, especially Corwith and Fenton, and the Clear Lake sponsors see no reason why it should not prove beneficial to the Clear Lake work. The Methodist Ladies aid met n the afternoon with circle No 6 Mrs. Merle Grodland, president' n charge. Baked goods, candy' string bags and other household conveniences were on sale and a program was presented. Mrs. B ·1. Bailey led devotions and Miss 'atncia Hushaw played a bari- one solo and Miss Margaret .Thomas a trombone solo. Tea was erved. The Lenten service fellowship Sinner was served at 6:30 o'clock vith the same circle in charge ' Iar] yn Buiz, Donald Lomen and Donald Thompson each played a ornet solo and Mrs. Leslie Thayr conducted the devotional ser- ·ice. The Hev. Thomas B. Collins hen spoke on "The Cross and the nner Fellowship" for the lesson £ the evening. A good attendance vas noted in spite of the large mount of illness in the city. Clear Lake Calendar 'hursday -- Sectional basketball tournament, high school gym, 7 o'clock. Friday--D. A. H., Mrs! L. E. Ash- Jand, 405 North Fourth street W. R. C., I. O. O. F. hall, 2:30 o clock. Townsend club, William Proctor home, 303 East Division street, 8 o'clock. Sectional basketball t o u r n a- ment, high school gym, 7:30 oclocfc. Circle No. 4, Methodist aid at church, 2 o'clock. Christian Workers, 'Mrs. Anna Hofer, 200 'Clara street 2 o'clock. ' Community Bible Study Mrs Leroy Ebaugh, Bell street. '2:30 o clock. Energy, like a bank account, is limited. The more you spend hating other people, the less you have to help yourself--Kewanee Township Leaders Give Shower for Mrs. F. Z. Ferguson CLEAR LAKE-Mrs. Florenc, Zollir.ger Ferguson, HDA was honored at a linen shower held at the home of Mrs. Hollin Luscomb and attended by 16 home project eaders of Grant and Clear Lake townships. The event was planned by Mrs. Earl Kible who was unable to attend because of a funeral. mr s. j! erguson. received a Mrs. Ferguson presented the lesson of "Training the Appetite" and questions on "Child Development and Family Relations" were discussed. Proper .care and f uo d Mr the growing child were shown and commercial and homemade iurmture for youths demonstrated By three small children present Working plans for making "Table " Irainers were distributed. A s r u e d . A planned luncheon was served and time given for study O £ several musical numbers. Mrs. Clarence Trego will be lostess March 28 when "Making [he Most of Heredity'' will be " "June and Johnny in Seventh Season CLEAR LAKE-June and John/ s, popular curb service eatery near the Surf, opened for its seventh consecutive season Thursday under the management of Mr. and /^ ^' Gardner. "Morrey" J.hompson is again assisting the Gardner's, who recently com- FnIn l ed -?TM rati »Z Improvements in uie building. Lake Odd Fellows Hold Graveside Rites :or Irvin Henry CLEAR LAKE-J. H. Johnson, noble grand, and John Miles, chap- a '" ol Clear Lake lodge No. 187, i. U. O. F., conducted ritualistic services at the grave at the fu- leral of Irvin Henry at Ventura Wednesday afternoon. T. w Tompkins, John Park, Joseph Brewer, Frank Haijsman L E »? C n^°?. a » d Walter Smith - bl ' oth - er Odd Fellows, acted as pallbear- The services, which had been .95 filled with, glitter and glamour! French Witching...open backs and toes,..elasticized inserts...high or mid-hi heels! They're simply lovely! Guaranteed as adveertKed in Good Housekeeping. Malt Orders Filled Promptly Dflmon- BLOUSES · Tailored Models! · "Fu» 3 y" Styled · PUrtn ; a thrill to shop for blouses when you can choose from a selection like this! ... This is a "suit" year and the neces sity for blouses is very important.. a blouse of a different style and color will change the entire appearance of your suit-so you will want several to carry out different effects · Novetty EttecteT MAIN FLOOR Damon's postponed from Tuesday because of the storm, were held at the United Brethren church with the Rev. Z. Hougham, pastor, in charge. A number of Clear Lake friends attended. · Mr. Henry, who was born at lornburg Oct. 4, 1876, died Sun- TM? a »V i *! ome °1 h 's daughter, Mrs. Merle Ayers, at Waterloo af- er a long illness. He is survived by six children, two brothers and two sisters. Mrs. Henry died manv years ago. · * Clear Lake Congratulates-Mrs. C. C. Jacobson, whose birthday anniversary was March ContratuUtlom Uemj ate ccwi hence Ihej- are published w i t h o u t chant I/ possible please phono rour llem« lo tS3 the day betort publication. Gives You the FIGURE of a Fashion Portrait If a bulging diaphragm destroy! your youthful appearance, Jet our expert corse tieres fit you in a MisSimplicity*. The patented waistline straps "pull" at center back to concave your middle. Model 379 o is of * _ _ figured batiste, elas- * ^ UU tic batiste and lace. Dflmorvs . 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