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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, March 7, 1931
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12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 7 1931 v ^Clear Lake HELEN HENDRICKS -News Editor KesUence Phone J110W OFFICE PHONE No. 239 LEE DEWIGGINS . Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 PASTRY SHOP IS OPENED AT LAKE Mrs. A. H. Whitney Installs Delicatessen in New Location. , CLEAR LAKE, March 7--Mrs. , Whitney's_' Pastry shop opened Saturday- morning "in its new location on Main street in the building formerly known as the Wentworth Hat shop. Ice cream and cake were served by fhe owners, Mr. and Mrs. A.- H. Whitney, to all,of the patrons who called at the .store. ' ' / . . . · ; .'..-'· About'$1,000 has been spent in remodeling the building for use as a delicatessen shop. The display window has beenv glassed and a partition placed between the kitchen and the shop. In addition to the home baked goods for which Mra. Whitney has Decome well known in this vicinity she has added_an eight hole steam table where the whole 'dinner may be purchased. They expect to sell cooked meats and a variety of vegetables. At the opening a variety of six vegetables was oh display. ' ' ~ Lattices work with floral sprays add to the beauty of the interior of the store. Five 'persons are employed at present in the bakery. Mrs.' 6. T. Olson, 506 Bell street, left Saturday afternoon for Fort Dodge, where she will remain at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. A. Steinhpff, while she is convalescing from an operation. '·/ . POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT ,.; VOTERS If you want transportation to the Polls Monday-' PHONE 625 PARK THEATER CLEAR LAKE : SATCRDAY , "RIVER'S END" THREE BIG SUN,, MON., ' ' DAYS ! TUBS; "CIMARRON" with RICHARD., DEC Mammoth Cast! Girl Reserves Stage Banquet for Fathers CLEAR LAKE, March 7.--Covers were laid for 88 at the Girl Reserve father and .daughter banquet held at the Soda Grill Friday night. Miss May Davis 'acted as tuastmistress. Emmabelle Thomas and G, E. Frost both gave talks. /Clotilde Phillipe gave a reading "If;I Were King" and Miss Oarmella Church also read a selection. A color' schenie of blue and white, the'Girl Reserve colors, was carried out. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pease, Miss Ha,zel Mul- down, Miss Hallowell and Miss Theresa Holt, Mason City. Assisting May Davis In arranging the affair were Jane Druley and Lillian Alter. Clear Lake Briefs For Rent--Apt. 233 S. 3rd St. Mrs. C. A. i'ease, Mrs. Homer Briar, Mrs. Wayne Judy and Mrs. Henry Volstad were, hostesses to a luncheon and bridge party : at the Clear Lake Country club Saturday noon. Covers were laid for 29. The women of the faculty were guests. Mrs. Stanley Smith and daughter, Patty Elaine, returned Friday night after spending several days at the home of Mrs. Smith's mother a t Corwith. / . ' · . . · · ' · Mrs. Ralph Callanan has returned to her home in Clear Lake after _visiting with her" mother in Norfolk, Nebr. Her mother accompanied her to Clear Lake. Voters-^-If you want transportation to the poljs, Monday, phone 625. Mr. and Airs. O. C. Masters announce the birth of a son, born Friday at their home on South Third street. The child 'has been named Fredrick Jay. Mrs. Carolyn Paul, Portland, Ore.,-arrived to make a visit at the home 1 of Mr.'and Mrs. W. L- Mitchell, North Third. Mr. Mitchell is a brother of Mrs. Paul. , Come in and see the new Fontiac. De Bruyn Super Service. Infant of Mitchell Burke Dies at Home CLEAR LAKE, March 7--The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Burke died Friday at the' Victor Nashiem farm north of Clear Lake. Burial was made Saturday afternoon at the former home of Mr..and Mis, BurXe,,-at Rpckford., One other son' and*" the parents ;: survive this child. , BOARD MEMBER TO BE ELECTED Sam Kennedy and Dr. Wurtzer School Candidates at Monday Election. CLEAR '; LAKE, March' ; '7.-l-The annual school election will be held Monday at the rest room, the polls being open from 12 o'clock, to' 7 o'clock in the evening. F. i?. Walker and G. E. Frost will act as judges of election and Ralph Ingersol as clerk. . , Sam Kennedy, Jr., is the new. candidate running for a place on the board. Dr. E. L. Wurtzer, who' la president of the board but,'whose first term expires this year, Is uj) for re-election. Only one ballot will be cast for school board member for a term of three years at the Monday .election. . . Sam Kennedy ran a close race.for a place on the board last year. He is the father of five children, all attending school. v Approaching M a r r i a g e of Pearl Hammond to Mason Cityan Announced C L E A R L A K E , March 7.--A group of 26 women staged a surprise shower of gifts for Miss Pearl Hammond at her home on' East Main street Friday afternoon. The occasion honored {he .approaching marriage ' of . Miss Hammond to George Welker, Mason City. Mr. Welker is employed by the People's Gas arid Eleceric company in the gas meter department. The,afternoon was spent informally after which refreshments were served. 'Mason Screen Attractions [heard in "Way Out West" for the last time Saturday evening at tha Iowa theater. ' , · ' Lake Pair to Observe . Golden Wedding Rites CLEAR LAKE, March 7.--Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Meinecke, 300 Clara street, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday,March 10. About .. 100 · invltattona have been 'issued by their children for a wedding dinner to .be' served Tuesday evening In the I. O. O. F. hall: The seven sons and daughters will all be present for the occasion. Four brothers and sisters of both Mr. and Mrs. Melnecie will also to present.' A program will be given during the .evening. ' WILLYS MUSICAL MEMORY HOUR Station WLW (700 Kc.) MONDAY EVENINGS, II p.m. E.S.T. than other Mow-priced cars! · The new Willys Six is the speediest car in its price class . . . It also excels in pick-up, hill climbing and long life . -.. You must drive the WiHya Sir to. appreciate fully the speed and : power capabilities of such a low-priced car . . . All,the new -Willys cars are notable for bril- liance of action, economy of operation... They bring you comfort'and safety . . . Prices are lower; some models are $700 less than last year's similar types . . . The new til-cylinder trucks bring Willys dependability and econ- omy to the field of commercial transportation. WILLYS A BIG SIX, priced like a fonr A POWERFUL EIGHT ". . . A BBItl-IAJVT KNIGHT . . 2 NEW WIIXYS TRUCKS . . and up, f. c. L. ,1 0 , 0. Villy* Six . . $.193 to $850 Willy* Eight; ' , . 9951» 1095 ·WUly«-kmght . 1095 to 1195 Willys 54-ton cha«i« . 395 lU-ton chuaU . 595 SAFETY G L A S S IN ALL . W I N D O W S . AT SLIGHT E X T R A COST · - ' " · - / RETAIL SALESMEN WANTED. DEALERS WANTED IN OPEN TEBR1TORV Ha thorn Auto Company 109-11 FIRST ST. S. E. Argon* ArmitroDK fi* Motor Sales Han« P. Watt Johnson . . . BeUnoad -- Charlen J. Jobnsoii BuffEfci Center-- Bob Hclllund 1 Corwttb-- Amuuid ·T«bb ' Charfe* atf--EO Mattenon Clarion -- GarmJehacl Motor Co. Clear Lake -- Overland Mason Co, Crystal Lake -- Iverton' and Anderson · ·Oo«n -- Saier)« Garage DISTRIBUTOR Grove -- Elfttrorlh Mofor Sales Co. K»tlicn-lll- -- Bennon Motor Co. Oalt -- Jobn Paulson . FauUcner-^Faulkner Motor C«. remit city -- It. ·- U'hlUes Floyd -- Floyd Motor Service Oarner -- U'hlppct Service Station Hampton-- wlllard Battery Station ' Hansel! -- J. II. Randall Kanawha-- H. II. KJekena Ijitlmer -- F. O. Ltnite MASON C1TV tavfirao--LovtrM Auto ft Machine Co, Marble Hock--Marble Rock Oarage Olrnnto--Otranto Oarage Rockfonl--O. M. Aurand Rleevllle--"K, Mosher Budd--ZImmer Auto Co. Hwem City--V. A. Griffith Tllonka-- Fallt Motor Co. \VaJllnfford-~Ounderaon Motor Co. LESTER VAIL AND JOAN CRAWFORD ARE STARRED IN "Dance Fools, Dance," which opened a four-day engagement Saturday at the Cecil. HELEN t\VJC^.VK/JtBKii!S IN A SCENE FROM THE STUTEN- ddus musical extravaganza, of .romantic circus life, "Swing High," which Is playing-Sunday and Monday at the Iowa theater. "CIMARRON" AT \PARK' Gangster's bullets mix with high ociety in "Dance Fools, Dance," oan Crawford's new starring ve- icle which opened Saturday at the Jecil theater. Joan's achievement s a dramatic actress in her recent ilms is overshadowed by her vivid ortrayal in this sensational Chica- o gangster story that penetrates eep 'into the heart of the under- vorld and finds in its core a drama drilling and tragic. Joan plays he part of a madcap society de- utante who turns to newspaper 'ork after falling into, financial nd romantic reverses. Like her rola "Paid," Joan plays a straight ramatic part altho she enlivens it /ith festive moments at once remin- scent of "Our Dancing Daughters," and its more, recent companions, cenes show the Joan of old but her otent emotionalism is the pulp of ae plot are even more revealing in bowing the depth of her human nderstanding of drama and trag- dy. i --O-Seven of the best song writers in America contributed six numbers to Swing High," Pathe's musical cir- us romance which is to be seen and eard at the Iowa theater Sunday .d Monday. The result is that this reduction includes a song cycle lat for variety of rhythm, romance nd comedy, is one o£ the finest that as been presented since.the incep- lon of talking ;pictures. . -rAv--.notable ····. f ea.ture;;;' :.o jr.: ·. "Swing tigh't- is-J the ·remarkable cast of layers. The list embraces among CLEAR LAKE, March 7.---A scene from Edna Ferber"s monumental drama, "Clmarron," which comes to the Park theater Sunday afternoon for a ^hree day engagement. A pageant of the Oklahoma land rush where 50,000 persons are stampeded in a boiling, brawling mass is a part of this mighty picture. Richard Dix is the star supported by Irene Dunne and Estello Taylor. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Monday--Pythian-'Sisters meet at the K. P. hall. Progress cluo meets at the home of C. A. Knutaon, North Third. School election at; the rest room. Tuesday--Hi-Lo Bridge club meets at the home of Mrs. Peter Knut- sbn, Clark street. : Rebekahs meet at the I. O. O. F. hall' for initiation, Mrs. O. ."P. Hawver and Mrs. W. H. Dlckirsoh serving. ,, . . ' · · · . . - · _ · . ' !v Wednesday--Methodist Ladies' Aid society-'at 2:30 o'clock, followed by dinner for members at 6 o'clock. . '· ·'. Congregational Ladies'; Aid .supper at the church at 6.o'clock. O- D. O. club meets at the home of Mrs.-Henry Jacobson, South Fourth street. . Friday--Upper Iowa Veterans association at the Clear Lake Country club. '·--'- ~ --~~~~~ J St. Patrick's Day Party . Is Held at Clear Lake CLEAR LAKE, March 7--Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ward entertained a group of 12 at -a' St. Patrick's dinner Friday evening at the Clear Lake Country club. Mrs. H. W. Knutsou and E.' A. Colburn won high- scores in bridge and J. R. Whiteside took low. The party adjourned to. the W. .H. Ward home, East Main street, for bridge. Bridge Fete Held at Lake Country Club CLEAR LAKE, March 7.--Mr and Mrs. H. N. Halvorson were hosts at a dinner party held Friday night at the Clear Lake Country club. Covers .were laid for 34 persons. In the bridge competition Lloyd Llesenberg and Mrs. F. G Atherton received the prizes for high scores. Green candles am yellow snapdragons were used In table decorations. ·Rebekah' Card Benefit Attracts Large Number CLEAR LAKE, March 7.--A large crowd attended the Rebeka! benefit card party at the I. O. O F. hall Friday evening. Mrs. Betty Folsom received the high scon prize for bridge while Albert Hubu received the high score in five hun dred. The sum raised will be placet in the Rebekah lodga tc, RAILROAD BRIEFS Chicago Northwestern. O. J. Rusy, Chicago, traveling auditor, transacted business at the local office this week. E. T. Erickaon, agent, is unable to be at work because of illness. Rock Island. J. S. Hartwick, freight agent for the New York Central, was here Wednesday. R. C. Bradley, engineer of maiii- t.ainance and way, Martin Boatjer roadmaster, and J. Pinkerton, division carpenter, all of Des Moines were here Friday. T. N. Flamming, Des Moines, was here Friday to attend a safety first meeting. Chicago Great Western Hugh Hardin, Chicago, assistanl general freight agent for the Hli nois Central, was here Tuesday. A. A. Fierb.erger, Clarion, assist ant superintendent of the Minnesota division, and J. E. Rhodes, super intendent of stations, Oehvein, were here Thursday. Minneapolis and St. Louis. George Stanley, Hopkins, Minn, superintendent of signals, was here Thursday on business. E. L. Crimmen; Marshalltown trainmaster, was here Thursday. E. J. Rummel, Minneapolis, gen eral agent of the Union Kefrigera tor Transit company, · called hen Thursday. C. E. Rogers, master mechanic was here Friday. , j E. G. Hanson, Mineapolis, travel ing auditor, was here Friday. MILWAUKEE NEWS F. E..Brackett, traveling time In spector and ,W. Shea, general road master, were visitors in the local of fices this past week. J. T. Gillick, vice president, an H. A. Scandrett, president, wen over the division March 2 enrout from Sioux Falls to Chicago. E. J. Rummel, an officer o f - t h Union Refrigerator Transit com pany was in the local office Marc 4. He is the son of E. F. Rumme general manager of the Milwaukee Mrs. L. J. DeSomery and daugh ter, Dorothy, are spending a wee in McGregor. Mrs. Henry Smith returned toda from a visit at Spirit Lake als visiting friends at Sanborn. Old Landmark Is Destroyed. NASHUA, March 7.--The -ol blacksmith shop owned and bui by George Perkins on South Mai street has been bought by Le\ Varner of'Charles City'and ia bein torn down to use in the construe tion of a house, and this marks th passing of one of the few old land marks in Nashua. At Mason City's THEATERS others Chester Conklin and Ben Turpin, famous screen comedians, George Fawcett, Robert Edeson and Bryant Washbum; p o p u l a r screen stars, Stepln Fetchit, celebrated Negro screen funmaker, Dorothy Burgess, stage star, Helen Twelvetrees, who scored in "The Grand Parade," Daphne Pollard, Nick Stuart, Sally Starr, William Langan and Little Billy., famous midget. --o-William Haines is to be seen and COMING ATTRACTIONS CECIL Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday^-"Dance Fools, Dance" with Joan Crawford, Lester Vail and Cliff Edwards. Miss. Crawford crashes society and battles the underworld. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-An outstanding picture, "Lonely Wives." Edward Everett Horton; Esther Ralston and Laura La Plants head the cast. IOWA Sunday, Monday--"Swing High" starring Helen Twelvetrees, Cheater Conklin, Ben Turpin and Dorothy Burgess. Tuesday, Wednesday--Bebe Daniels in "Alias French Gertie." , Thursday--"In Gay Madrid" with Ramon Novarro. , Friday, Saturday--Helen Twelve- trees, Marjorie Rambeau and Ricardo Cortez in "Her Man." Lemon Tree Bears Fruit GREENE, March 7.--E. G. Van Ernan has a lemon tree in his barber ahop that is .bearing fruit. He picked a lemon r e c e n t l y t h a t weighed 30 ounces. The tree stands about 4 feet high and has a number of blossoms and 3 small lemons. SUNDAY DINNER Spring Chicken or Roast -CA -- Porlr, all the trimmings . . DUC BARBECUED RIBS Lester Cafe COMING SUN. MON. LAST TIME SAT. CHESTER CONKLIN COMEDY NEWS OSWALD HELEN TWELVETREES BEN TURPIN DOROTHY' BURG NOW! FOUR BIG DAYS ENDS TUESDAY Bin Entertainment nt Mrvsort City's l-'ineat Theatre Jiterica s *%. Dancing \Daughter^ WfORD She Crashes The Underworld To Solve Its Most Mysterious Crime.. You're in for a-thousand thrills as you live with Joan and her exciting adventures in gangland. Gun-play! Gals! Hearthrobs! Battling the underworld with her beauty as the only weapon. You'll gasp nt the swellcst drama in ' many a moon! SUNDAY 'TIL 2 P. M. with LESTER VAIL CLIFF EDWARDS WM. BAKEWELL MIDNITE SHOW SATURDAY 11:15

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