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February 15, 1937

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 15 · 1937 THREE Clear Lake Globe-Gazette · · · ·· OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor . LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising .Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 CONKLINSOIVE VALENTINE FETE Guests Wear Children's Costumes; Bridge Played. CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Conklin, 114 West Division sireet, entertained 11 couples ot young married people at a valentine party Sunday evening. Guests came dressed in children's costume and the ei'ening was spent playing children games, and crazy-bridge. Mrs. Jim Hansen, Jr., and Mrs. John Perkins were awarded prizes lor the best costumes and Mrs. Lester Bisgrove won high score at bridge and Mrs. Roscoc Miller low. A valentine box was another feature which afforded much amusement. At midnight a two-course buffet supper was served. A color scheme of red and white was used in decorations and supper menu. * * * SIRS. JOKGENSON ENTERTAINS FRIENDS Mrs. Andrew .Torgcnson entertained Mrs. James Armstrong, Mrs. Art Butts- Mrs. William Butts, Mrs. Fred Heathershaw and Mrs. Clifford Cahill at an informal party Friday afternoon. The afternoon was spent socially and lunch served. * * * ARDEN IMAE CONKLIN CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Arden Mae Conklin entertained 11 o£ her little Iriends at a party honoring her sixth birthday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Conklin, lit West Division street, Friday after school. Games were played and prizes awarded the winners of several contests. Arden Mae received a number of nice gifts from her Iriends. Lunch was served at the close. * * # DERALD GREEN HAS PARTY ON BIRTHDAY Derald Green celebrated his fourth birthday Sunday with four little playmates, Fannie Repp, Mary Lou Uudwig. Dickie Peterson and Audrey Fayc Green, who came in to play.with him at the home of his mother, Mrs. Evelyn Green, 701 South Third sireet. Derald received several nice gifts, games were played, and Mrs. Green served refreshments at the close of .the. afternoon. 'T' : " . · " . , ' "··'"':' ~~**' ** ' " ~' '""' Miss Jessie Sherwood to Talk to Hi-Tri CLEAR LAKE--Miss Jessie Sherwood will talk on "Care of the Body in Relation to Health" at a meeting of Hi-Tri girls at the high school assembly room Tuesday after school. The girls are using "Our House of Ideals" as the theme of Ihe year's meetings and this month the kitchen is under consideration. A report of the membership drive will be given al Tuesday's meeting also. Miss Ruth E. Skrable is sponsor of the Hi- Tri group. 4 Are Hurt in Auto Crash Near Garner; Falada in Hospital GARNER--Peter Falada, 24, farmer near Duncan is at Mercy hospital Mason City w i t h a crushed knee, a deep cut over the left eyelid and other less serious injuries following a headon collision late Saturday afternoon at the junction of highways 18 and 69 two miles west of town. His condition was reported as fair Monday. Garett Beyer, 52, Mrs. Garett Beyer, 42, and their daughter, Anna. 18, were brought here to a local doctor's office, all having suffered cuts and bruises. They were able to go to their home at Boyden on Sunday. They had been visiting at Shell Rock. Icy pavement and a blinding blizzard were blamed, Sheriff Leslie M. Brower, said. Third street. Mrs. Alary Kayser, nother of Mrs. Ryder, arrived Sat- irday from Cedar Falls to assist icr daughter in packing up. They vill leave Tuesday. Mr. Ryder left ·Yiday evening for his new posi- ion. Clear Lake Briefs To Celebrate Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. S. Nyhus, who formerly lived on South Second street across from the Outing club, will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary Tuesday, Feb. 16. They are now street, St. Paul, Final clearance of ST.95 silk dresses for ?2.95. Nichols Shop. For Rent: At Clear Lake, strictly mod. house, turn, or unfurn. Gas heated. On lakeshore. Lot 1 blk. for, Park on Benton St. C. E. Carragher. Final clearance of §12.95 silk dresses for $5.95. Nichols Shop. Axel Julil and son, Elmer, made a business trip to Thompson recently where they purchased a CMC semi-truck and trailer. W. L. A. M. will meet Friday, Feb. 26, al the home of Mrs. H. R. Peitzke for a followup meeting on meat cooking. Mrs. Ed Holland, leader, will demonstrate the lesson and dinner will be prepared at the Peitzke home by members attcnd- ing. Laf-a-Lol club will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Kinnan, corner of East and Benton streets, Wednesday, Feb. 17, at 2 p. m. Vincent and Vcrn Miller, Pocahontas, visited at the'home of their grandmother, Mrs. Charles Cheney, Caroline street, Saturday and Sunday. fllr. and Mfrs. Larry Young: returned Sunday evening from Waterloo where they went Saturday, spending several extra hours on the road because of the slonn. Group No. 3 of Ihc Congregational aid will meet at the home of Mrs. C. L. Conklin, West Division street. Plans for doughnut day to be held Saturday will be complelcd and olhcr business matters cared for. Alrs.-Xi. C. Stuart, aclinu president of group No. 2 of the Congregational aid, will entertain the women of the group at a dessert luncheon at her home in Ihe Jones apartments, 500 North Third street, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and fllrs. P. D. Lcith are the grandparents of a new granddaughter, born Sunday at Rock Island hospital, Rock Island, 111. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace K. W. Kroeger, weighed lO'/i pounds, is the first child in the family and the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Leilh. Mrs. Lcilh has been al Rock Island for six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. rinikc, who have been living in Mason Cily during the winter, returned lo their home, 714 West Division street, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. Estep, who have been occupying the house, have gone to Scott's Mr. Estep the trailer NEW STUDY PLAN DEMONSTRATED Miss Fleming Presents Unit Method at 2 County Meetings. CLEAH LAKE--Miss Grace Fleming, junior high school teacher, went to Hampton Saturday ID demonstrate the unit plan in content subjects, introducing study skills in reading. A history unit was presented before the teachers of the Franklin county consolidated and rural schools Miss Fleming dcmonslralcd the same work before Ihe teachers ol Marshall county at Marshalltown last Thursday. H. K. Bennelt, regional supervisor of the state department of public instruction, was instrumental in obtaining Miss Flemin, for these demonstrations. The unit plan" is one advocated by the state department and is being demonstrated in several counties of the slate this year. Miss Fleming, whose home is at Walerloo, is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers college. The plan was partly worked out during her school attendance and partly in schools where slie has taught lo certain extent. The unit plan is'ii use in the local schools. Minnie Hmes Goes on T r i a l for Conspiracy m Dan Shine Murder E L K AD E R, (ff)--Forty-nine year old Minnie Hines, fifth defendant in northeast Iowa's "Hill- Billy" murder case, went on trial iiere Monday. . , · Charged with conspiracy in the murder of Dan Shine, 56 year old Littleport farmer, the common- law wife of .lim Hines, Clayton county farmer, has pleaded innocent to any part in the murder plot. Four other persons have been convicted in connection with the fatal shooting of Shine, May 6, 193G. at county. 'his farm in Clayton Clear Lake Calendar Tracy Promoted to Store Managership CLEAR LAKE--W. E. Tracy became manager of the Diamond Brothers store on West Main street, Saturday following the transfer to New Hampton Friday of Milo Ryder who has been manager here since Aug. 1. Mr. Tracy, formerly from Oklahoma, has been in Ihe local store about five months and lives at 321 North Monday--Boy Scouts, schoolhouse. Odd Fellows, R'cbekahs, I. O O. F. hall, 8:30 p. m. D. U. V., Mrs. S. S. Hudson, 204 King sireet, 7:30 p. m. Wa-Tan-Ye club, Palm Garden G:30 p. m. Tuesday--Circle No. 5, Methodis aid, Miss Ether 'fescue, 51i Caroline street, 2:30 p. m. Group No. 2, Congregationa aid, Mrs. L. C. Stuart, 500 Nortl Third street, 1:30 p. m. P. E. O., Miss Kale Davis, Nortl Fourth street. Declamatory c o n t e s t , higl school auditorium, 7:30 p. m. Entertain al Diincc. ROCKWELL. -- Mr. and Mrs Francis Foell, who were rccontl, married, entertained friends will a free dance at the I. O. O. F hall Friday evening. Visit in Minneapolis. STACYVILLE--Mrs. Art Green accompanied by Leon Green o Mason City molorcd to Minneap olis to visit Mrs. Minnie Thorn who is ill with influenza in th hospital. 2 SENTENCED FOR LARCENY !harles City Pair Plead Guilty to Theft of Automobile. NEW.'-.HAMPTON, W)--Boyd laycs and Frank McCahen of Charles City were given an in- oterminate sentence of 10 years t Anamosa by Judge H. E. Taylor n district court here Monday vhen they pleaded guilty to grand arceny ol an automobile. Last December the young men obbed a sporting goods house ut Charles City and stole an automo- jilc. In making their escape, they vrecked the car near Boyd, Chick- isaw county, and took another at he point of guns train a farmer. They were captured later the same day at Viroqua, Wis. Boone Suffers Loss of $20,000 Through Fires BOONE, (/P)--Boone residents Monday surveyed two fire ruins with total damage estimated at 520,000. During Sunday night the Reed Jrocery 'in the Herman building was gutted by fire. A bakery livestock sales company office anc a newsstand suffered water ; smoke damage. Sunday afternoon fire destroyed the Crary apartments Boone landmarks. Owners of the buildings and business reported the damage was "pretty well covered" by insurance. 7 ormer Fort Dodge Police Chief Sued for Injuries Claim FORT DODGE, (/P)--James J. lucbsch, former Fort Dodge po- ice chief, is named defendant in a suit filed in Webster county dis- rict court here by Clarence Will of Fort Dodge who asks 52,000 damages for injuries he claims he suffered at Huebsch's hands while prisoner in the city jail Sept. 17, 193G. . . Will alleges that, in attempting :o extort a confession from him, Huebsch and another officer, not named in the petition, mistreated and abused him, inflicting injuries from winch he will never recover, Will claims. The Massncliuscis Bonding and Insurance company which provided Huebsch's chief of police bond, is named by Will as a codefendant in the suit. Visits Father Who Is 111. WODEN --William Baack arrived from Springfield, S. Dale., having been called by Ihc illness of liis father, Henry Baack. Mr. Baack has been very ill for the past week. M, HARKLERODE, 29, DIES HERE \meral Services to Be Held at Holy Family Church Tuesday Morning. Marion Constance llarklerode, 9, died at her home, 211 Four- eentu sireet northeast, Sunday n o r m h g ' a l 11:30 o'clock follow- ng a long illness. She had been a esident of Mason City for the last 20 years/ Born at St. Louis, Mo,, Sept. 23, 1907, Miss Harklerode had Tioved to Mason City at an early ige. She had resided with her mother, Mrs. Agnes Adams, -and brother, George Harklerode, both of whom survive her. Funeral services will be held at .he Holy Family Catholic church Returns to Seminary. DOUGHERTY -- Leo Mercfelc lelt for St. Paul where he attends SI. Paul seminary, Monday, aftei spending t\vo weeks' vacation a (he home of his parents, Mr. am Mrs. J. W. Mcrefeld. Funeral for Durant Woman, 101, Is Set DURANT, (/P)--Funeral services will be held here Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Mary C. These, 101, believed to be the oldest resident of Cedar county, who died Sunday at the home of a daughter near here. "Limburger cheese is useful in treating a cold." We get the idea. When you can no longer slay the room with i(, your cold is bet- ter.--TJncoln Star. AFFLICTIONS Are you or any of your family or friends tormented willV Eczema, Rashes, Itching Skin, Dry Skin, Hard Water, or olhcr Skin Afflictions of the Hands, Body or Face? We urge 3-ou to try ZETEX for Quick Relief. It is a Physician's Prcscr i n t i o n. Write today for FREE TRIAL OFFER. Don't delay. Zetex Company Minnecfpolis, Minn. at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning, with the Rev. R. P. Murphy in charge. Burial will be at St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. The Rosary will be said at 8 o'clock Monday evening at the Patterson funeral home. Gasoline Soaked Cat Gets Too Near Stove, Fires Window Curtains OAKLAND, (fP) -- Mrs. George Mclvee of Oakland, suffered arm b u r n s ' i n an explosion which resulted from a gasoline soaked cat getting loo near the kitchen stove. The animal's fur became saturated when il upset a can of gasoline outside the kitchen door, lls body aflame, the c,it ran into another room where it set fire to tho window curtains. Mr. McICee, who suffered a burned hand while extinguishing the blazing curtains, said the cat was burned to a "crisp." CAFE SPECIAL NOON LUNCHEON Choice of CHICKEN POT PIE or CASSEROLE STEAK MASHED POTATOES CARMEL PUDDING or ICE CREAM COFFEE TEA or MILK Satisfaction Guaranteed AFTERNOON HEADACHES? They are one of the first- signs of weakening eyes. If you arc bothered with headaches you may need glasses. Be on the safe side --have your eyes examined J 3 R . L . A. WELLS, ;;? ;.·'. " OPTOMEtlllST ... · · · ' KITCHEN.JENSEN GLA5ttS UOi N. ftOERAl-MASON C1TYJ at 710 Cedar Minn., where they are staying while Mr. Nyhus is receiving care in a St. Paul hospital. Mr. Nyhus was born in Norway in 18f3 and his wife near Fertile in 1867. They have six children. Several Clear Lake friends plan to send Mr. anri Mrs. Nyhus reminders of Ihe occasion. Error C'orrccleEl. ' CLEAR LAKE--No dinner will be served at the Wednesday night meeting of the Eastern Star lodge. A school of instruction will be held Friday at 1 p. m., with Mrs. A. R. Lenz, Mason City, district instructor, present. A 6:30 dinner will be served Friday evening following which there will be a special meeting of the lodge. 1 i Gives COMFORT Dally A Diamond Value TRY TO DUPLICATE IT ANYWHERE Perfect half carat diamond-with ten diamond:, in lady's mounting U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. Foresters Bldg. Bluff, Mebr., where was transferred by company for which he works. Mr. and Mrs. James Hewlett, Shenandoah, were w e e k - e n d guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jorgenson, 811 Rich street. O. D. O. club has been postponed until Feb. 24. Townscnrt club No. 1 will meet Wednesday night Mislead of Tuesday this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Proctor, East Division .street. A Valentine exchange will be featured. \Va-Tan-Ye club will hold clec- lion of officers at its dinner meeting at the Palm Garden Monday evening. Miss Ruth E. Skr.ible, Miss Dorothy 'Hanlon and Miss Catharync Chambers, teachers in the local high school, will drive to Forest City Monday , night to judge a home declamatory cciitest there. The dale of the next music hour has been definitely fixed as Feb. 17. Another program is planned for Feb. 28. rilsrim ffroup No. 5 of the Congregational aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Edward Huntting, 512 North Fifth street, Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. for a dessert luncheon with Mrs. Bowman as-1 sisting hostess. The picnic .supper planned at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Phillips for Wednesday evening h a s ' been indefinitely postponed. The county basketball lourna- ment at Thornton, postponed from last B'riday and Saturday, will be held this week. Clear Lake seconds will play Rock Falls first team in the first round at 2:30 p. m. Friday. Mrs. C. S. Abbott returned lo her home in Chicago Sunday niglit afler visiting since Saturday morning at the home of her mother, Mrs. S. E. Eldrcd, 114 South Oak street. Sent to Jail. CLEAR LAKE--Roy Ringgcn- berg, Clear Lake, employed as a farm hand near this place, was sentenced to 10 days in the county j a i l by by C. W. Wallace, justice of Ihc peace Monday morning. Ifo was arrested Sunday night and charged with intoxication, ... because they give me the good things I want in a cigarette I work hard and I play hard . . . and I guess I smoke more cigarettes than most anybody I know. The reason is . . . Chesterfields give me a lot of pleasure. It's easy to figure w h y . . . they're mild, not strong . . . and they've got a taste and aroma that clicks every time! Copyright 1937, r MYERS TOBACCO Co,

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