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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 23, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23 · 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 CAST CHOSEN IN "REMINISCENCE" P. T. A. Celebrates Fortieth Anniversary of Founding. CLEAR LAKE -- Characters of the play, "Reminiscence," to be presented at the P. T. A. meeting at the high school Wednesday evening include Mrs. Charles Sitzer, Wl'-o will play the part of Mother Morgan, a charier member of the original P. T. A.; Miss Margaret Hughes, who will take the part of Mrs. Robert Morgan, member of a modern P. T. A. organization; Mrs. Willis Miller, who plays Mrs. Jones, president of the P. T. A.; Mrs. Harry Freeman, who is Mrs. Bright, chairman of the program committee, and Miss Sunne Hein, assistant in the candle lighting service. The play is given in recognition of the fortieth anniversary of the founding of association. the Parent Teacher Musical numbers will be a group of songs by the fourth grade of the Lincoln school, Miss Bernice Tutton, teacher; rhythm band from the second grade of the junior high school building, Miss Grace Anderson, teacher; minuet dance by Genevieve Brose and Charles Barlow, junior high school, and the mixed chorus and woodwind groups from the high school. Mrs. Homer E. Blough is chairman of the program committee, Mrs. C. L. Conklin, president of the P. T. A., and Miss Clara Melcalf in charge of the musical numbers. Results of the membership contest will be announced at this meeting and the prize awarded to the winning room. Clear Lake Briefs C'ily cal), day or iiifc. Tli. 200. Miss Elsie Jacobsen,, employed by the Marathon Finance corporation at Mason City, has been transferred to Waterloo where a branch office is to be opened. Her sister, Olga, employed by the same firm at Marshalltown, has also been transferred to Waterloo. The two plan to meet there on Tuesday and resume work Wednesday. Lost---'Globe-Gazette collecting book. Finder call 239. C. R. Woodforil, confined to Park hospital in Mason City with a broken hip, is getting along fine according to reports Tuesday. The broken bones have responded to Mitchell Electric Co. 118 N. lth St., Clear Lake ELECTRIC WIRING and RADIO REPAIRING Phones 53-475 the weights used and gone into place. Visit Ward's 20(h Anniversary Furniture Sale now. Hundreds of bargains. Dickie Peterson was reported as about the same Tuesday morning. He is the small son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Peterson, North Oak street. Roy French, Division street, was reported as somewhat better Tuesday morning. He is still confined to his bed. Miss Esther Porter, who has been staying in Mason City during the winter, moved her belongings to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oven Porter, 301 Winnie street, Monday. Miss Porter is employed at the Northwest Savings bank in Mason City. Sie Oftcdal has rented the Justamere cottage, 210 South Second street, from O. A. Kins and moved his family here from Minneapolis. Mr. Oftedal is a salesman for the Nash Coffee company. IVlr. and Mrs. George Prestholt and family have moved into the Lee Johannessen cottage at Tourist Park. The house they formerly lived in burned last week. Star club, scheduled to meet at the home of Mrs. Howard Hansen, 607 Winnie street Friday, has been postponed for two weeks or until March 12. Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Joslyn accompanied Myron Bohlen to Minneapolis Monday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Joslyn are attending a dental convention arid Mr. .Bohlen is taking up his new work with the Carr, Cullen Mill works. Dr. A. J. Cole made a professional call at Britt Tuesday. Gregory Linden arrived Monday from Lincoln, Nebr. He found driving hazardous from Ames to Clear Lake. Mr. ami Mrs. Winton Triplet!, Iowa Falls, are (lie parents of a nine pound baby boy, James Fay, born last Friday night. Mrs. Trip- lelt was formerly Miss Arlene Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bailey, 325 East State street, drove to Iowa Falls Saturday lo see their new grandson. They returned Monday to Clear Lake. Lester Uiserove, 410 Clara street, who has been ill and confined lo his bed for several days, was reported improving Tuesday morning. Luther league, scheduled at the Zion Lutheran church Monday evening, was postponed until later because of numerous conflicting activities. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--First Aid classes, Legion clubraoms, 7:45 p. m. Tiha Rebekah lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. District Declamatory contest, high school, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday--Lions club, Legion clubraoms, 12:15 p. m. O. D. O. club, Mrs. Irene Chase, Rogers hotel. P. T. A., high school, 7:30 p. m. Women's Foreign Missionary society, Mrs. A. H. Runcie, 608 North Fourth street, 1:30 p. m. Sunshine club, Mrs. F. L. Minette, 401 South Second street, 1 p. m Do Your Bit club, Mrs. Henry Brucliner, all day. Intramural basketball, high school gym, Philippe-Whitney, 7 p. m.; Bacon-Comstock, 7:50 p. m.; Palmeter-Brager, 8:40 p. m. Martha McKinney Is Buried at Clear Lake CLEAR LAKE--Committal services for Miss Martha McKinney, 70, who died Monday morning at the county home, were held at the grave in Clear Lake cemetery at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, with the Rev. B. W. Rincr reading the service. Williams funeral home was in charge. When man interferes with natural processes and calamity follows his first thought is to shift the responsibility to Providence.-- Dubiiquc Telegraph-Herald. Coming to Mason City HOTEL CERRO GORDO Tuesday, March 2 From 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. And Monday Evening, March 1 8 p. M.-'to ·!)' F. ;u. R E T U R N EVERY 28 DAYS swwKii-Ki Mhi at,m Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M. D. The regular and reliable Chicago Specialist. T w i l l make my regular visit on the above date and win be glad to see those afflicted wUh rectal or chronic trouble. Anyone ailing is welcome to come in for free examination. I treat diseases of the Stomach and Bowels; Liver and Gall Bladder troubles; Pdes and other rectal diseases; Nervous diseases: diseases of the Heart; Skin diseases; Kidney, Bladder and Proslatic troubles- Catarrh; Catarrhal deafness; Asthma; Bronchitis; Rheumatism of the joints and muscles; Neuralgia; Sick headaches; High Blood Pressure; Goiter; Diabetes; Constipation; Varicose Veins and Le" Ulcers- Female disorders; Hydrocele; Epilepsy and other chronic diseases. Trusses and abdominal supports fitted and rupture treated. Remember I have had 28 years of successful experience treating this/class of diseases and have successfully treated thousands of patients--many of them avoiding operations through my treatment and advice, it you call and after an examination you desire treatment, the cost will be reasonable. 1 have facilities to give you high class, scientific service. If you are ailing and will come in on Hie above date, it will be a pleasure for me to examine you and advise you accordingly. Address letters to J)U. J. F. SHALLENBERGEK, i\I. I).. 1544 E. 53rd St., Chlcaffo, Illinois CLASS PRESENTS SPECIAL EVENT Junior High Civics Group Honors Washington in Program. CLEAR LAKE -- The 8-1 civics class at the junior high school presented a program Monday afternoon in honor of George Washington. Miss Grace Fleming is teacher of this group and guests were other students of the junior high school. Dorothy Compton acted as announcer. In opening, the class sang "Mount Vcrnon Bells" and the entire assembly , "Cherry Tree." "What Is Interesting to See in Mount Vernon and Washington, D. C." was presented by Mildred Bieber, Patrick Fuiieigh read a poem, "Washington's Birthday," and Alberta Joslyn played a piano number. Dance Minuet. Thomas Kofoed gave "Washington's Pledge," and Ethel Hanson read a story, "Washington's dress to His Troops." The Ad- class sang "George Washington Song," Evelyn Ebaugh talked on "Facts About Washington," Charles Barlow played "Carnival of Venice" as a cornet solo and Patsy Huey, June Harding and Dorothy Compton gave a George Washington exercise. James Buck talked on "Washington's Life," Charles Barlow and Genevieve Brose danced the minuet and Clayton Dye, George Hill and Morris Jensen gave "Our Soldiers." Play Given. A play, "Patriotic Women" closed the program. Elaine Kimball took the part of Rosalie; Betty Henry, grandma; Virginia Dehr was Isabel as Mrs. Betsy Ross; Lana Ann Giles, Estclla as Mrs. Martha Washington; Jean Gilbert, Margaret as Madame de LaFayette; Mitzi Diercks, Katharine as Molly Pitcher; Helen Ann Hanson, Janet as Mrs. Benjamin Franklin and Arvetta Butts, Adelaide as Columbia. ' M ' V CLUB MEMBERS HOLD LUNCHEON National Colors, Hatchets, Cherry Trees Form Decorations. CLEAR LAKE -- Library Reading club m e m b e r s met at Peters' cafe for a 1 o'clock luncheon Monday in celebration of Washington's birthday. The luncheon table was centered with a bouquet of red, while and blue pom-poms and cherry trees were used in the decorations. Place cards were hatchet shaped and the menu was carried out in a red and white color scheme. Following the serving, the women went to the home of Mrs. D. E. Kenyon, East Slate street, for the program. Roll call response was with the names of prominent Revolutionary characters. Mrs. E. K. Greene read an interesting paper on the life o£ Washington. Tiie luncheon committee consisted of Mesdames Mary Bowman, F. A. Barber, H. W. Knutson, John V. Banning anci Pfarold Aitchison. PIONEER HISTORY HEARD BY CLUB "The Pioneer History of Clear Lake" was presented to the Progress club' by Mrs. W. R. Clack Monday afternoon at a meeting held at the Clack home with Miss Ida Clack as hostess. Roll call response was current events. D. A. R.'S GIVE COURTESY FOR MRS GEORGE OTT Daughters ot the American Revolution held a 6:30 o'clock picnic dinner at Ihe home of Mrs. C. F. Crane, North First street, Monday evening in celebration of the national holiday and as a courtesy to Mrs. George Ott, a member who is leaving shortly for an extended trip to the west. The national colors were used in decora- lions and a short Washington program was presented by Mrs. J. C. Williams and Mrs. Sam Kennedy. Guests were Mrs. Williams, who is a member of the Mason Cily chapter of D. A. R., Mrs. Mary Bowman and Mrs. L. C. Stuart. SHOWER GIVEN FOR MISS EDNA JOHNSON Mrs. P. T. Jensen and Miss Dorothy Hanlon were co-hostesses lo a group of IB friends at a kitchen shower as a courtesy to Miss Edna Johnson, first grade teacher at the junior high school building, at the Jensen home, 201 North Elm street, Monday evening. Miss Johnson was the recipient o£ many fine gifts termed grand prize by the group. Bridge was played with high score prize going to Miss Grace Anderson. Tiny brides dressed in gowns of pastel shades centered the table from which light refreshments were served. WOMEN HOLD FOLLOW- UP MEETING Mrs. Gus Zobcl was hostess Tuesday to a group of women in a home project follow-up meeting in which the luncheon 'was prepared by those attending. Mrs. Ira Shields presented the lesson on the cost of adequate meals. Others present were Mesdames Ralph McGrady, Art Carr, Sandy Sanderson, Ernest Carr and Roy Wescott. 4-H Girls' Club Holds Program at Bakers CLEAR LAKE -- Miss Madge Baker was hostess to the girls' 4- H club, Lake's Ambitious Vestas, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker, Saturday afternoon with 10 members present. Besides Mrs. Baker, guests were Mrs. A. J. Rawson, Mrs. Clarence McGowan and Mrs. Harry Doyle and daughter, Harriet. Pauline Wood read a paper on "Building Winter Feeding Stations for Birds" and Ardith Heitland one on "Edible Wild Plants for Greens." Norma Ward conducted a test on table cticiuet and Miss Esther Tesene demonstrated "Identifying the Cuts of Meat." Mrs. Studyvin is club leader. E. E. Transient Fined. CLEAR LAKE -- Al M c n k e, transient, arrested Sunday for illegal parking, was fined $5 and costs in the court of C. W, Wallace, justice of the peace. Jesse Buttleman, chief of police, made the arrest. Davenport Sea Scout Gets Russell Medal CHICAGO, (IP)--Phil Mitchell, 19, a Boy Scout of Rock Island, 111., and William Richardson, 18, a sea scout of Davenport, Iowa, were awarded the James C. Russell gold medal by the combat medal men's association here, for outstanding acts of heroism. The youths snved Forrest Hamburg, 14, from drowning in the Mississippi river May 30, 1935. Mitchell, a student at Duke university, Durham, N. Car., flew here with Capt. Eddie Rickonbacker, who presided at the exercises. ALL STAR GIRLS' TEAMS TO PLAY Carded for Preliminary in Webster City-Clear Lake Tussle. CLEAR LAKE--Two all-star girls' teams will play the preliminary bout at the basketball game at the high school gym Thursday evening when Clear Lake meets Webster City in the one and only game the Lions play with a town in the North Central conference. The girls' teams were picked by Mahlon Hintzman, Coach Chris Johnston and Miss Jessie Sherwood from the teams which recently completed the girls' class tournament at the high school. Players Named. One team, captained by Irene Prohaski, consists of Miss Prohas- ki and Georgia Allard as centers, Helen Miller, Charlotte Hess and' Priscillrt Bohlcn, forwards, and Mabel Thomas, Joan Shcplee, Barbara Rutan and Wanda Canas guards. · The other team is captained by Sunne Hein who plays forward. Katharyn Merwin and Betty King play center; Miss Hein, Marguerite Winnie and Del! Johnson, forwards; and Waunela Fankcll, Anna Miller, Margaret Hughes and Dora Dehr, guards. Bund to I'Uiy. The first game is called at 7:15 according to an announcement by Coach Johnston and the Clear Lake-Websler City tussle will follow. The pep band and the junior drum and bugle corps will strut their s t u f f whenever opportunity is found for Ihcm. Mrs. McCarthy, 75, · New Hampton, Dies NEW HAMPTON--Mrs. William McCarthy, 75, died Monday night. She was a member of a prominent Chickasaw county family. The funeral will be Wednesday morning. Two sons survix r c. 105 Years Old Virginia Wooldridge Home From Hospital CLEAR LAKE--Miss Virginia Wooldridge returned from Iowa -ity recently and is at the family home at East and Jefferson streets. She is much improved in health and although still in the cast, suffers no pain and is able to enjoy callers. She will return to Iowa City for further treatment in a month. Floyd Wooldridge, who was badly injured in an auto accident several years ago and lias never recovered his health, underwent a major operation at Iowa City last Thursday and is getting along very well. The doctors found it necessary to re-break liis leg and graft in some new bone. He will be in Iowa Cily several weeks. Observing her 105th birthday, Sirs, Lucimla Clinc of "iVisuer, Nebr., claims that pipe smoking 1 is responsible for her longevity. Mrs. Clinc, who was born in Marion, Va., says she first smoked a pijic for a toothache when 13 years old ami has liuen at it ever since. Music Mothers Plan Night Sewmg Session CLEAR LAKE--Music Mothers will meet at the domestic science rooms of the high school at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening to sew on the curtains for the music rooms according to an announcement by Mrs. Clark Branson, chairman of the committee doing the work. Mrs. Branson states t h a t a number of the curtains have been fin- ished but that the slorm Saturday kept many from coming to sew and there is still much to be done. It is hoped that by sewing a couple of evenings this week the curtains may be completed in time to be hung for the music hour Sunday afternoon, Feb. 28. Mrs. Branson says that the help of all who nre interested will bo much appreciated. Opponents of capital punishment can always find strong supporters in the death house.--Lincoln Star. Chicago Pharmacist Curbs Deafness A Chicago pharmacist, who suffered for years from earache, head noises and deafness, says he finally solved his case through the preparation of an European specialist after countless other preparations and devices failed to help him. OUR1NE is used and praised by thousands, who were hard oC hearing, bothered by head noises, earache, ringing and buzzing in cars. If you dread approaching deafness, gel O U R I N E today. Relief is immediate--and the cost is only a few cents a day. Money back if dissatisfied. 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As my voice and throat mean so much to me in my business, it's plain common sense for me to prefer this light smoke. So I'm strong for Luckies!" TN PAR AMOUNT'S "THE PLAINSMAN" DIRECTED BY CECIL B. DE MILLE An independent survey was made recently among professional men and women--lawyers,doctors,lecturers, scientists, etc. Of those who said they smoke cigarettes, more than 87% stated they personally prefer a light smoke. Mr. Cooper verifies the wisdom of this preference, and so do other leading artists of the radio, stage, screen and opera. Their voices are their fortunes. That's why so many of them smoke Luckies. You, too, can have the throat protection of Luckies--a light smoke, free of certain harsh irritants removed by the exclusive process "Ifs Toasted", Luckies are gentle on the throat* THE FINEST TOBACCOS-"THE CREAM OF THE CROP" A Light Smoke Toasted"-Your Throat Protection AGAINST IRRITATION-AGAINST COUGH

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