The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 7, 1939 · Page 5
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March 7, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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^^^^k^GTobe-G^^ UC1A F O'MCIP Kf... r - . . . . OFFICE PHONE 73Q LUCIA E. 0'NEIU, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J i \ ( i\ \\ . . COMMERCE CLUB Celebrate 60th Anniversary V^jjjgmg^^^l^^^^^SSSSSSSs^' ', MEETS MARCH 9 Dinner Gathering Will Be in Legion Club Rooms at 6: 30 j CLEAR LAKE-A dinner and business meeting ot the Commercial club will be held Thursday evening, starting at 6:30 o'clock in the Legion dub rooms, \y H Ward, president, announced Tues- Several committee reports will be made following the dinner tickets for which will be sold at 50c each. H. N. Halvorson, secretary and treasurer of the Clear Lake Federal Savings and Loan association, will outline the func- ^f 1 , f the FHA in connection with the report on permanent V ^ 5 ,P5?, moUc11 io be given by £. B. Stillman, chairman of the nomes committee. · Thorkel Sondrol, Jr., will report on the matter of regulating dis- tribuhon of handbill! in gc je asr Lake, as chairman 'of that commit- dS'rtl £ re ?° rt ° n tee P^Posal to dredge the lake will be given by Ira Jones, chairman of the dredg- TM? committee. Seining of the Jake this spring will also be discussed by Mr. Jones. Epworth Leaguers Hold Rally at Methodist Church. TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Phone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 513-W ST, PATRICK'S PARTY IS HELD Century Club Holds March Session in Church Parlors TUESDAY, MARCH ^, 1939 Elected Member of Delta Sigma B. f . BAKER MBS. B. F. BAKER Garner, Thornton, Klemme, Belmond and CJear Lake, 75 in all attended the Epworth League raly held at the Methodist chur^ Monday evening. A co-operative dinner wa s served by Mrs. John Grell, Mrs. Walter Wood Mrs John Hodnefield, Mrs. S.O Bacon and Mrs. William HahnT Following a devotional npvinH Miss Patricia Hushaw played a p a a h °rn solo and Mjss Bosa- l K °P ecky a "umber on the oboe. Mrs. G. E. Punke presented a on^'Off ^ 6rfe G TMdland "pole MeaM^f^w 8 n d Defensive Measures." W e n d e l l Hohbinr president of the local league wS m charge of the p r o g r a m ' .A social hour in the. basement was m charge of Willis Milter Th^e group accepted an invitatinn tn meet at Thornton April 3 ° ev. V. V. Schuldt, ·"**»u* **. r* JiJitvr.iit, Rational' church MonHay eve- a^nranF^ ^ Adams and Mr Wisgerhof. The' both and Mrs. T. R and Mrs. Guy attendance of n meebng w m be held April 1. PRIZES AT . K. CLUB PARTY Mrs. Ira Jones won hieh CLEAR IAKE -- Cnarlesworth, son of wr. ana £;?;«% T- , ch «lesworth, 2U East Main street, was elected to Membership of Delta Slgmk, ' at Program Rehearsal Planned at School Gym Wednesday Mrs. John Dawson, Mandan, N. Dak arrived Friday to spend a week at the homes of Mr. and Mrs U C. Dawson and family and Mrs *. E. Gentry. The latter, who returned from Mercy hospital, Mason City, Wednesday, is showing some improvement Donald Newman was Inducted as a tenderfoot Scout at a meeting i, T? *°- 17 at junior ^1 school Monday evening. Practice for the rally which may be held next .week was continued. The meeting of troop No. 30 was IKK poned until Tuesday eVTnfaf The meeting O f Catholic Da« tare of America planned at th *""" e 0 J Mrs. Barry Braheny fo Wednesday evening has been post poned one week. . and 5 of the Iowa Creamery Operators association Saturday eve- Trinity circle of the Zion Luthan aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Jens Wind Thursday after- Mrs. Bay Sandry wilt entertain the FT-innrMw l\T Q ;«^t * . . . u served at which the guests Huntting home. cafe went i o the KATHLEEN WATTS ENTERTAINS CLtm Miss Kathleen Watts enter tamed members of the O N n~ club Monday evenin| 1 demonstration to March 14 will b e held at school gy m Wednesday everiin? according to Dick Clausen S iant coach who, with Miss gnia Auld, director of gW ical.education, is in charge.'Following this practice period the Program for the annual e" ent wii! be arranged. Up · to the present ^..^^".hM^e^JS. 1 ·tainment features at this practice club is expected SSS?,,. rt ^-«^ffi S5 evening and has cepted a position with the ac Elec. pump service, well and.drilling. Art Butts. Ph. «.,,-,» TM- and Mrs. Glaus HansTM, 40J ' quietly " North their tneir wedding anniver- . covering from an attack o f f P r - Charlesxvorth, who took Ws aga? n We£k ' is able to be «* Daushtcrs O f union Veterans years, a spotlight toe Mr. Clausen is hoping to have pearance of those exp^ected*^ 6 3P " u is confined Mr. and Mrs. William McGinn .. T. ,,. .»,,,,,,!-, ^ 1IL , Tlth fj "*7iv f " rman Nelson is up an otfl 1 ! h ° Use a ^n after a^ieg ^^^"""^GoodeH. Harding ,, a gu^ jgS ilVr^ vis Lo\vman won high scor? -,» bridge and Miss Manon sfeblr close. W3S Served at the a c c e d n I . c o o e accepted a position as office Monday. -- ~J iilUi-lliUg, ' vill be gone two weeks. y wild ducks in the world 1 " f which are found ' Lake will SALVE relieves COLDS "ges enter- · members, of the Double M t -t£ er »;? ome Monday eve iTm « Kathrytl . r r. ecen «y. This Is the y ,1? ' he c o l l e c Ward r7° , h ana , his Ward Flcminsr, St. Paul, both received the honor after »/£( Pa "^ in the Northwest f eb ? (e tournament held last week at St. Thomas college, St Paul, gohijr to the ninth round by de. AGEORESIDEN DIES SUDDENLY John Frey Succumbs at Lake Home After Few Hours Illness * ^AKE-John Frey, 80, his home, 310 East Main ' * MRS. G,F. CRANE REVIEWS BOOK Presents "All This, Heaven, Too" For Progress Club CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. C. F Crane presented . review of 't^bio! William Maxwell, 86, Dies After Illness; Rites Not Arranged at was born Sept. II --. Woodford. Uie list of best"selfers at Ui^pres- TM^? e ' tells OJ the life of Bachei "eat aunt. She was bom in went to France as a gov- came came mnpUcated i Q a murder rnys- . from which she was abte to C ±^ r S e U w i t h e«at diffi- and then came to America She was befriended by the ing. In 1926 Mr. Maxwell returned to Iowa where he had since made delth °?y e ' W? -- 3S precede d in 23, 1936. Funeral orv'n n ·nm-r a 1 , arge part ln the Field Mrs. Mary Bowman, president of *- B TM°- and mss B «- arrangements are , s ot but a few hours Mr Frey became ill after mid and, although a doctor^as " n about ^ Besides his wife, Mr Frev h S^ 1 *ive children A ys on nd a V s° ndaU ?*, ers ^ ve in CanaT l au S hter ^ North, . Funeral arranee- Clear Lake Calendar -- AS HEAD -. ··-- TAN-YE CLUB Miss Charlotte Skene, Ventura ·as unammously re-elected ' -nt of the Clear LB' -- - ng held Monday everUne^t i ,TM? *te. Other officers chofen we re '" Runcie, vice presi- ald Brooks, secre- · · --*.io Lucia E. 'O'NpU · · Helmer Hanson Rites to Be Held Wednesday, Burial at St. Ansgar DECISION HANDED DOWN BY STATE SUPREME COURT La James Academy Among Iowa Schools Involved in Case Beauty academies are entitled bVfeX^^^at^! Pi-erne court held Tuesday in a lege of Beauty Culture^^ason City and eight other ~~"~ ' - ° to me ' in Casey, head f City sch001 came fnt ?v, Uty CUltUre came into the case as sev- Wedne s c c r t ction was issued against Held It Was "Interference" ere named , Observance anniver: and Miss O'Neii of the seventeenth charter nirftt will ig with s, Lawrence Duncan Rites Held at Ward' Burial at Clear Lake .CLEAR LAKE-Funeral ices for Lawrence Duncan, "T ^e home of a w srd p a aren"? r M ° n an c steet f S n U - nCan ' 816 South street, following a brief -- ..«ius lunera --. -«,j afternoon. The i/ioinas H f"v»n* *·»*«·' c*^?TM^* 1 *^^ Pallbearers ivere E. Li id Lenning, Clarence -an Lassahn, Howard and William Corwin Mrv"""f" Jacobspn, accomnanipH at · Willia PERSONAL Optical Service HEALTHY NORMAI, EYES . . After the asre of forty, Kequire glasses for Reading- or close work. with · 1 . 1 - e al Pr fte lesson on "Hollywood Pictures and Public^pirnon." t. J. C. Bridge club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Brown. *», S'-f t l COree Hash wili entertain the Stitch and Chatter club at her ho "! er Thursday afternoon, af »h ^ S " b wi " me!t Thursday B Al a m° ger \ hotel with Mrs. H 3. Adams as hostess. Each mem- l " ? Pr ^ £nt a Bible verse for nCS Truck Damaged in Fire at Plymouth - - town - - -- ~^.. ( iTiicn a truclc ., ,--- so " Wilbur was thaw out caught on "-- -- M A C E S Smith Optical Co. · *·«-*- v*am_t; \\ canes 03 v I ^l««ng, a banquet meeting of the Vetermanans' association, Friday I evening and a meeting o?s«HorI CJear Lake Congrarulofes -- - 29 an invaliTairWs'life'V? 11 WM Howard, two Ohio State, Iowa, Chicago Win Over Cage Opponent - o , troop N o Junior high school, 7 o'clock. Home Music contest, high school, 7 o'clock. g staff o'clock. at be used for roll call. Honor Carl Ashfands at Surprise Party on Wedding Anniversary CLEAR LA"K"P--.iMrv -, -- aiuunoon, with the Retf"""n""J 7 Jra^fflSfc Mrs. Christina Neiss Rites to Be Thursday Afternoon at 2 O'clock Ottumwa, as well as i n C ^ Halloran Chris' o a am's Carl Ashland Mr o'ciort: *'^"'" UI; "' church*'' 2:15 LaWyTM. 0 /*" elub ' o'clock; dinner, Legion hall, 12:1 club, Mrs church, o'clock. Home Improvement Charles Findson. Today's club, Mrs. John Ppr ct « j "orm i ourth street Stafford Post No. 222, American Legon,^Legion T hall, 8 o'clock tfclock.' Alas0ni = temple,'"^ ~ "lowship s e r v i c e hurch, 6:30 o'clock -- L C class, M e t h n r t i ^ f church, 8 o'clock. T« D «? H^ ^ etEari Sinnard Speaks on Feed, Care of Chicks service superintendent' of the com- 'Care pyssrsa;^ ffiffi?^sssws program of the Clear Lake Poultr^ STCVS'fclfg ct one aay meeting \vitti 17 TYI« SfSfe'vssraS n W i l be held in the'eve- StlS^'-S S'sI'^l^SS ne Chicago-Indiana strusple 'th* Si i.- u " :it;mer i'. 2 o'clock -r^M^^t- Project Followup Meeting Conducted W O R A SPRINGS--The roiect fnlTmtr ,,,, .. Says ChamberL,,. Future Depends on Royal Visit to U. S. Miller Wrote Opinion M^im^of^f^ 51 ' 06 Frederic ^i':_v"" er . o£ ? es Moines wrote the u of Waverly concurred ter?' The "Do these UnTted Stafes on the royal visit mat- Am V h S L a P!T Ea l a Uni »^ and that success despite the ' ";avni» ^Sh^ attnbuted by t^ eenews . uu at the close rf *h= _ . : _ ? _ , ' . rerence ith priv- busmess and the right to con- ·· TM , eye o month's municipal election? a e e c o n ot pressed for their passage. . SPRING SALE OF WALLPAPER We Save Tou Money C O A l Order Some L 8 N SPLINT Medium Ash, dean and Lonir Burning- TON CASH SUPElTx The Perfect Stoker Coal WAGNER COAL GO. Phone 986 Clyde e strength of the army Tto 6,000 planes . a ^ L. Herring (D) voted for . rring (D) voted the proposal and Senator Guy G u v. or "e of Mrs , Hughes. A lesson on "Tra n!S g J 11 ^ A PP e '"'e," was given bv the leader, Mrs. Hughes y OPERATE GARARF a March 7; 1884 FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. c. Penney Co. Phone 2272 DIAMOND BROS. WEDNESDAY SPECIALS D. B. 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