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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 3, 1939
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FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 3- HOLY FAMILY VICTORS BACK Basketball Team Greeted by Large Crowd on Return Holy Family basketball team was greeted by a large number of enthusiastic followers on their return home from Dubuque Thursday afternoon. Proud parents, students and friends, wild with excitement, formed a large gathering which met the undefeated team on their return to Holy Family. The members of the team were carried into the school on top of the backs of their fellow students. Calls for talks from the players were given a ready response after the coach, Leon Coggins, thanked the school, parents and friends for their loyal support The gold trophy won by the team will be placed in the school library. At present it is in the care of Father R. P. Murphy, pastor of Holy Family. The names of the first five players will be engraved on the trophy. Holy Family drew St. Ambrose of Davenport, the Catholic State Champions for the last two years, but all the boys vow to bring back a victory to Holy Family. The team has the 100 per cent support of the student body, parents, teachers and friends. Student Manager Jim Johnson said he was glad to put the suits away after the finals and hoped to have the same privilege at the close of the state tournament. Holy Family, incidentally, drew the diocesan champions of 1938, Marshalltown, in their first game of the diocesan tournament. Father W. P. Mullen, Holy Family athletic director with the team, will leave Sunday for Dubuque. They play the opening game ot the state tournament against Davenport at 2:30 p. m., Monday, at the Columbia college gymnas- um. The team includes Bob ^avanaugh, Babe Zeigler, Paris JIGregorio, Don Schmidtt, Mickey Cross, John Pritchard, Bill Tayor, Danny Vega and Jerry Laughlin. Come in and Relax-Go Out Refreshed A Modern Shop Using Only the Bcs F E D E R A L B A R B E R S H O P 411 North Federal MACK TOUTED, Prop. Annual Inspection f Sea Ship Staged by W, H. Erickson The annual inspection of Se; Ship 301 was made at their regular meeting place in the Bagley- Beck building Thursday night by W. H. Erickson, former Skipper of Ship 321 of Mason City. The inspection is made by the regional Sea Scout committee an( is based upon activities and accomplishments of the Sea Seou ship during the past year. From the data.collected at the time o the inspection, the local ship i: given a rating along with all thosi in the United States. Ship 301 is sponsored by thi Junior Chamber of Commerci which has named for the ship com mittee, Dr. J. M. Hood, chairman Dr. H. W. Morgan and Ralph H Dieckmann. E. W. Lille'y is skippe of the ship and Ed "Wilkinson i mate. The ship has recently procurei new meeting quarters which ar in t h e - Bagley-Beck building There the Sea Scouts are settin up a quarter deck so that it wi .be possible for them to conduc regular ship ceremonies. W. P. Butler is the local, counci commodore. Commercial production of truck crops in the United States i 1938 reached a new high record o 10,227,000 tons. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296J OFFICE PHONE 239 11 you do not receive your paper qaU 239; alter 6 p. tu. call 513-W Deadline for locals, classliied, and display ads Is 11 a. m.. daily* Theatre page deadline to 6 p. m. of th« day before publication. TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Phone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 513-W Clear Lake Calendar LENT IS THEME OF PROGRAM Zion Lutheran Aid Hears Discussions, Musical Numbers C L E A R LAKE--Mrs. H. L. Erickson presented a discussion of "The Meaning of Lent" for Ihe program of the Zion Lutheran Ladies aid which met Thursday afternoon for the regular March session. Mrs. Lawrence Brown told o£ the "Origin of Crucifix- on" and presented "Resolutions for Lent" and Mrs. W. R. Cooper spoke on "Self Denial." Miss Gladys Lomen, accompanied by Mrs. A. E. Folkmann, sang "Lord, I Bring My Heart to Thee" as a solo and Mr. and Mrs. Folkmann sang "Nailed to the Cross" as a duet. Lewis Cooper and Roger Jensen sang "The Old Rugged Cross" and Mrs. Erickson and Mrs. Folkmann played a piano duet. Mrs. Ruben Mostrom led devotions. The program was in charge of Deborah circle. Mrs. Fred Kogers and committee served lunch. The attendance was good considering the prevalence ot flu in the city. * * * MRS. JOHN CUIZEK ENTERTAINS CIRCLE Mrs. John Chizek entertained members of St. Teresa's circle of the Catholic aid at her home Thursday afiernoon. Bridge was played and 'lurich served. Mrs. Will Hofer will be hostess March 16. Clear Lake Briefs Where Quality and True Economy Prevails SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE OF GOOD FOO5 AND BIG SAVINGS! NATIONAL TEA CO. QUALITY MARKET Picnic Style- 3 to 7 Lfas. Pork Roast Choice, Young, Heavy Breeds Chickens 1 Qi c Shop Early- * VJ Creamed, Fresh Made COTTAGE CHEESE, Ib. 6c Again We Have Our Quality Round, Sirloin, Swiss, T-Bone Beef Steaks 18 Ib. Lean, Center Cut Shoulder Pork Roast Leon Sliced 3-Ib. Box mt M Bacon 57 EKinc ^^ ^ : ENDS Fresh, Lean PORK HOCKS, Ib. Century club Vlll meet Monday evening at the Congregational church parlors for a St. Patrick's day party. The committee includes Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Pease, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Forde Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wisgerhof. Dance band -will play Saturday night at Clear Lake Golf club. Men 40c, ladies 25c. Wa-Tan-Ye club will meet Monday evening. Miss Charlotte Skene and Mrs. Bertram Morse will be in charge and election o£ officers will be the main order of business. Clean clothes guard your health. Keal The Cleaner. Ph. 312. Mrs. Merle Hanna was a guest of the Linger Longer club which met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Carl Bitker. The time was spent in visiting and lunch was served. N Free 1 qt. Tagolene oil with G gal. Ai'omax gas Sat., March 4. Skelly Gasoline Alley Eta. Four candidates, E. E. Butz, E. E. Ludwig, Floyd Kimball and Frank Barlow, have filed for the office of member of the board of education. Two vacancies are to be filled 'and the election will be held March 13. The deadline for filing nomination papers ..was noon Friday. For Sale: 1st class white duck feathers. Ph. 6F15. ; H. E. Freeman is Caking- his turn with the flu. Mrs. Freeman and ilie boys are now better and the boys are able to go outside. E. E. Butz for school board. Your vote will be appreciated. The R. A. Monaghen family is having a siege of flu although none are seriously ill. I. G. A. Specials: Granges Ic each; 2 Ib. box crackers 14c. Because ot illness among the members the program for the \ventieth Century club meeting the home of Mrs. C. A. Pease lursday was postponed until a ter date. The members present njoyed a social afternoon. Mrs. . H. Crane will be hostess at a uncheon meeting March 16. Free manicure -with 1 bottle evlon nail polish. Koeneman's. C. E. Lantz and son, Clyde, left riday afternoon for Minneapolis, linn., where Mr. Lantz will at- end a sales meeting of the Inde- endent Silo company by which e is employed. Mrs. Lantz is in Des Moines to attend the funeral f her brother, Ira Nunn, Satur- STUDY "HORSE, BUGGY DOCTOR" Clear Lake Churches Friday--D. A. R., Mrs. L. E. Ashland, 405 North Fourth street. Townsend club, William Proctor home, 308 East Division street, 8 o'clock. Sectional basketball tournament, high school gym, 7:30 o'clock. Saturday--S e c t i o nal basketball finals, high school gym, 7:30 o'clock. Double Dozen club, Theodore Back home. Fresh Ground Peanut Butter, Pork Souse, Pork Liver, Hamburger, Pork Sausage, Pork Hearts Choice Center Cuts, Chuck Beef V B"'r Roast Genuine LAMB Shoulder Roast, Ib 16c Leg, Ib. . . 19c Lean, Tender Pork Cutlets or Pork Chops, Ib.. Fancy, Small, 10-14 Ib. AY. FRESH 1 O 1 HAN 15* c Corn Country BUTTER, Pound. 26c Young Yearling MUTTON Shoulder Roots, Ib.. . . Leg, Ib Pure Beet 4f M SUGAR, 10-lb. Pkg. 47V I SHOP HERE AND SAVEl Roth's Tender'd SMALL Picnics Salad Dressing or Peanut Butter, qt. ] THE LEADING MEAT MARKET FOR 22 YEARS IN MASON CITY Tendec'd, 4-6 Ib. Average Shankless PICNICS pound IJc Delicious, Full Rich Flavor SATURDAY AND MONDAY SPECIALS I O W A L A R G E S T M A R K E . T HONEST WEIGHT -- TRUE ADVERTISING -- MISREPRESENTATION? Hamburger and Pork Sausage, ib. . lOc 100% Pure Bulk or Package Lard, Ib. I l2 c Fresh Dressed Heavy Birds Chickens, ISc Milk Fed Chops, Steak, Roasr Veal, Ib. 15c Tender, Corn Fed -- T-Bone, Short Cuts Steaks Ib. l?c 14 Pound Package Breakfast Bacon lOc Sliced, Sugar Cured Bacon, 2 Ibs. American or Brick Cheese, 2 Ib. Box 40c Lean, Picnic Style PORK ROAST, Ifa.. Meaty, Little Pig SPARE RIBS, Ib BEEF SHORT RIBS, Ib LC, Tender, Corn Fed Beef Besf Buy -- Tox Paid Pot Roast, I b . . . l}c Oleo Ib. 16c MUTTON CHOPS, Ib. SALMON STEAK, Ib. LEG-O'-MUTTON, Pound PIKE, Northern, Fresh Frozen, Ib.. , SHOULDER ROAST, Ib.. FILLETS OF HADDOCK, Ib.. GALLON JAR SPICED LUNCH H E R R I N G . . FRESH CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE, Mrs. Frank Palmer Presents Book Review For Crescent Club CLEAR -LA'KE--Mrs. Frank Palmer gave a review of "The Horse and Buggy Doctor" for the program of the Crescent club which met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Carl McKone. "Old Home Remedies" was the roll call. The club will meel March 1G at the home of Mrs. Edward Huntting with Mrs. J. C Davenport as lesson leader. * t o IMPERSONATES "MAN ON THE STHEET" Mrs. Boyd Harding, impersonating "The Man on the Street," gave an interesting series of interviews of members of the Royal club who met at the home of Mrs. P. D. Leith Thursday afternoon for the regular meeting. M r s. Harding, who was a guest, was appropriately dressed for the part and scored a hit with her program. Mrs. Jones was also a guest and Mrs. Charles Luick \vas assisting hostess. Mrs. F. G. Cookman will be assisted by Mrs. Oscar Cook in entertaining the club on March 16. ' * * o MRS. FORDE LEE COMPLIMENTS TWO Mrs. Forde Lee entertained a groun of friends at a -1 o'clock luncheon Thursday complimentary to her sister, Mrs. H. M^ Leonard. Garden Grove, Cal., and Mrs. Ralph Knutson. who recently moved to Clear Lake from L o s Angeles. The afternoon was spent in visiting and the honorees were presented gifts. A St. Patrick's day motif and color scheme was used for table decorations. ay afternoon. See the new shades in Rollins lose. Nichols Shop. The Rev. Ruben Mostrom, pas- or of the Zion United Luthei-an church, who has been confined to 'lis bed by illness, is improving and lopes to be able to preach as usual Sunday. C. W. Bulls for well drilling, iump, windmill repair. Ph. 606-W. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klein moved March 1 from Thompson to 40 South Third street, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Patterson and laughter, Muriel, have moved rom Garner to the "Ponce Inn" :ottage on the camp grounds. Mr. 3 atterson is employed as pressure man for the Northern Natural Ga s company at the border station in Mas'on City. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Back vill entertain the Double Dozen club for dinner at their home Saturday evening. The Garner sub-district Ep- vorth league rally will be held in he Methodist church Sunday evening. Bertha Henry Branson returned o her work in Chicago Thursday noon after being here to attend ;he funeral o£ her father, Irvin Henry, at Ventura on Wednesday. Frank B. Athcrton planned to ;o to Osage where he will stay at the Cleveland hotel for a time. Miss Bernice Gardner arrived Wednesday f r o m Minneapolis, Minn., to spend 10 days visiting at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Snuggins. Miss Rose Mae Miller has returned from Dululh, Minn., where she spent the weekend visiting relatives. Billy Bob King-, small son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. King, is ill with flu. Mr. and Mrs. D. Cal Branson, who have spent the winter in California, write that they plan to leave for Clear Lake about April 10. If they sell the Lake Shore hotel they will take a cottage for the summer. Miss Marguerite Kennedy junior student nt Stephens college Columbia, Mo., has been informally initiated into Zeta Mu Alpha, sorority at the college, after a semester of probation. MPxS. SAM HYDE WINS IN CONTEST Mrs. Sam Hyde was awarded the prize in a contest heid at the Busy Bee club session at the home of Mrs. Fred Linahon Thursday with Mrs. Gregory Marshall assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bailey were special guests and dinner was served at noon. Irish jokes were used for roll call. Mrs. Elmer Luscomb was ill and unable to give the lesson on "Home Life in Ireland," Mrs. Ed Latch will be club hostess April 6, for an afternoon meeting. ZION r UNITED LUTHERAN Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Second Sunday in Lent. Text, Luke 7:36-50. Parents, teachers training course, 7:30 o'clock, at parsonage. Choirs practice Thursday evening. Confirmands meet S a t u r d a y morning. The Master's penny boxes will be left in the homes Sunday afternoon, March 5. Please use these during Lent and they will be collected at the end of a month instead of a special Easter offering.--Huben Mostrom, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST At I. O. O. F. hall. Preaching service, 9:30 o'clock. Sunday school, 10:30 o'clock.--D. L. Kratz, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street. S u n d a y school, 10 o'clock. Church service, 11 o'clock. Service Wednesday evenings, 8 o'clock. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC First mass, 8 o'clock. Second mass, 10 o'clock. Confessions will be heard Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock.--E. J. Supple, pastor. LAKESIDE S u n d a y school, 10 o'clock. Preaching service, li o'clock.-Mrs. Charles Hill. LUTHERAN, MISSOURI SXNOD At Legion hall. Sunday school, 1:30 o'clock. Divine services, 2 o'clock. We invite you to come and worship with us.--N. S. Tjernagel, pastor. PEOPLE'S At Legion Hall S u n d a y school, 10 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Young people's meeting, G:45 o'clock. Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock. Regular prayer meeting Thursday e v o n i n g.--Chauncey Merwin, pastor. GOSPEL TABERNACLE S u n d a y school, 10 o'clock. Preaching service, 11 o'clock. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. The Rev. Paul Freligh, Mason City, in charge. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening, 7:30 o'clock. METHODIST Church. school, 9:45 o'clock. Both membership classes also meet. Others may enroll. Mrs, R. D. Robbins and the Rev. Thomas B. Collins, leaders. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme: "Kept Back, or Preventive Religion." Epworlh League, o'clock. Evening service, o'clock.--Thomas B. Collins tor. . . . . ,. Three-Way Birthday Party Celebrates Joint Anniversaries CLEAR LAKE--Miss Maxine Thronson, Ventura, and her cousin, Keith Moo, Garner, who are the same age and whose birthday anniversaries are Feb. 28 anc March 1 respectively, were guests of honor at a joint birthday party held at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moe Other guests were Mrs. Alber Thronson and son, Charles, Ventura; Mrs. Francis Thronson anc her mother, Mrs. Claude Demo Nora Springs; Mrs. Hattie StorK and daughter, Miss Marjorie Stork Clear Lake; Jim Ormsby, Manly and Miss Madelon Moe, De Moines, Mrs. Moe's birthday anni versary is also on March 1 anc the three-way celebration is an an nual event. r harIeswortK-Ward )ebating Team Lose o Pasadena College CLEAH LAKE--Beaten by the cam from Pasadena college, Pas- dena, Cal., in the ninth round, the ebating team made up of Harold Charlesworth, Clear Lake, and Ward Fleming, St. Paul, Minn., epresenting Carleton c o l l e g e , I'orthtield, Minn., were out of the unning Wednesday in the North- vest Debate tournament held ilonday, Tuesday and Wednesday at St. Thomas college, St. Paul. Ninety schools competed and 120 Yearns were entered in the annual event. The Charleswoi'th-Ward team won the first six debates which placed them in the qualifying rounds. They had to meet 12 more teams. In the seventh round they were beaten by the College of St. Thomas team, downed River Fails in the eighth but were again defeated by Pasadena. Two defeats eliminated a contender. The subject for debate was: "Resolved: That the United States should cease to use public funds for the purpose of stimulating business." Mr. Charlesworth and Mr. Ward took the affirmative side. Prof. I. M. Cochran is debate coach at the Carleton college. "Honolulu" at Avery Be: March 6 ginning GARNER --Hundreds Dr. T. E. Davidson Visits Rotary Club CLEAR LAKE--Dr. T. E. Davidson, Mason City, was a visiting Rotarian and Lloyd Liesenberg was a guest of Dr. A. B. Phillips, at the noon luncheon of the Roof gor- 1 t a ,.y c i u b hold Thursday at I. O. O. geous hip-swinging hula ^honeys I p. h all. Several members spoke on are featured in "Honolulu," musical fun show at the Avery on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The lilm stars Eleanor Powell, Robert Young, George Burns and Grade Allen. An added attraction is an Our Gang comedy, "Football Romeo." public events pertinent to their businesses for the program. MOVING POSTPONED P O P E J O Y --Because of the storm on Tuesday the moving scheduled to take place on March 1 was postponed for a few days. "Teach Me to Pray," by Jewilt. sung by Mrs. C. A. Pease. Trail Blazers meet at 5 o'clock. Mrs. J. B. Calhoun will lead the lesson and young folRs of junior high school age are invited. Congo club meets at 8:30 o'clock. A discussion in keeping with the Lenten season will be led by the pastor. High school young folks are invited.--J. B. Calhoun, pastor. If she closes her eyes while dancing, she isn't being' affected. It's the only way she can make herself believe her partner is Clark Gable.^Cedar Rapids Gazette. LEASES "TRUCKERS INN" O S A G E --Robert Carr has leased the "truckers inn" on East Main street. Gene Harson will manage the lunch room. Mr. Harson formerly was a partner in Gene and Orv's hamburger shop here. Lakeside Aid Plans Dinner, Election of Trustees March 8 CLEAR LAKE--The Lakeside Ladies' aid will hold a dinner at the church on Wednesday Moon with the officers, Mrs. Ed Miles, president; Mrs. Jake Oettchen vice president; Mrs. Emmons Cannon, secretary, and Mrs. J. C. Oehlerf, treasurer," serving. All persons in the neighborhood who are interested are invited to attend. Following the serving a business session will be held at which two trustees for the church will be elected. The terms oi Mrs. Ed Milles and Harry Spillman expire this year. A program in charge of Mrs. Morris Miles will also be given in the afternoon. SENSATIONAL Is the Word For It! THE NEW 7:30 7:30 pas- CONGREGATIONAL C h u r c h school, 10 o'clock. Classes for all young folks. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme: "Who Will Be Satisfied?" 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