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April 9, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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APRIL 9 193* SIXTEEN BETTER HOMES ; SHOW BEGINS 14 Exhibitors Have Booths in Show Tuesday and Wednesday. ' . CLEAR LAKE, April 9.--The (Better homes show sponsored by .the commercial club will be held at the Community building Tuesday and Wednesday nights. _; There are 14 exhibitors who will '·display the latest in household furnishings and building materials. The doors open at 7 o'clock each even- ling and prizes are to be given to .the visitors. · _. A musical program under the di- -rection of John Kopecky will also be .rgiven. Large Crowd Attended Surf Dance Saturday ·'· CLEAR. LAKE, April 9.--A large crowd attended the dance at the .Surf-ballroom Saturday night. Red Nichols and his world famous Pennies furnished the music. Clever ar. rangements, a variety of music, Nichols. as -a trumpeter and the [Owens sisters' trio featured the band. " Mr. Fox will not open the Surf stand for business during the week until 'April 22. The first Thursday dance is scheduled this week with Bob .Schneider playing. "Cec" Hurst plays .Saturday night. · ' Each member of a French cabi- /let, we are informed, enjoys the ·free use of a motor car, with chauffeur. But ·(London). not for long.--Punch Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising JP^B^MI^"^TM^^^TM^--' Miss Sanders Is B r i d e of W. Haijsman Gladys Sanders and Richard Skene Are Attendants in Service. CLEAR LAKE, April 9.--The marriage of Miss Lillian Mary Ann Sanders, South Fourth street, to Walter F. Haijsman of Clear Lake was solemnized Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at the Mercy hospital chapel at Mason City. The Rev. E. J. Supple officiated. The couple was attended by Miss Gladys Sanders, sister of the bride, and Richard Skene of Ventura. The bride wore a green swagger suit with white accessories and carried a bouquet of white lilies. Her attendant wore a brown swagger suit with eggshell accessories. The men wore navy blue suits. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Jennie Sanders, was graduated from the Hartley high school in 1928 and was empoyed with the Iowa Union Telephone company at Hartley. In April, 1933, she resigned and entered employment of the Independent Telephone company at Clear Lake where she is now employed as collector. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haijsman, was graduated from the Clear Lake high mechanic at the Thompson garage. A luncheon was served at the bride's home after which the couple left for a short trip. They will re side in the Schumacher house ~ Center street on Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--Rebekah lodge meets at I. O. O. F. hall. Home Building show at Community building. Wednesday--Congregational Ladies' Aid society, 3, supper served at 6. Stafford post meeting of the American Legion, dinner at clubrooms, 7. Lions club meets at Lions cafe. O. D. O. club meets at Mrs. F. G. Cookman home, East Main. Home Building show at Community building. Thursday--Altrurian club luncheon at Mrs. O'Neill's tearoom. Rotary club meets at I. O. O. F. halL Dance at Surf ballroom. Friday--Linger Longer club with Mrs. J. H. Lundy. Rebekah home talent play at I. 0. O. F. hall. Star elub meets at Mrs. Howard Hansen home, Carlton street. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom. Belgium does not expect to be compelled to borrow any funds thi year. WARD WEEK BEGINS THURSDAY, APRIL 12... THE GLOBE-GAZETTE GETS THE C A L L . . . ORCHESTRA AND BAND WIN FIRST ohn Kopecky Is Director of Two Groups Including 69 Musicians. CLEAR LAKE, April 9.--Clear Lake's entries in the district music ontest at Ames Friday and Satur- ay all received a superior rating n class B group, and will be repre- cnted in the state contest at Iowa ity the first week of May. The Clear Lake band directed by ohn Kopecky placed superior while n keen competition. EstherviUe, Hampton, Eldora and Story City all eceived excellent rating in this lass. The local band was of 50 ieces and wore the gold and black niforms. · Orchestra Is First. The local 50 piece orchestra un- er the direction of John Kopecky vas also given a superior rating in the Saturday afternoon session, Clarion and Jefferson, strong ompetitors, were given excellent anking. The local brass sextet also placed uperior Friday afternoon. The entire group of 69 students Competed in this contest. The group ncluded Gerald Alter, Stanley An- lerson, Paul Anderson, Izetta Bacon, David Barber, Charles Barlow, 'ean Beckner, Harold Charlesworth, Charlotte Chappell, Edward Chappell, Greta Chappell, Maxine Chns- ;ianson, Homer Cobb, Maxine Colgan, Omar Colgan, Virginia Colgan, 3ordon Coyier, Kathleen Estergard. Are Included. Maxine Fox, Marjorie Floy, Eliza- ueth Gardner, Evangeline Gardner, Veva Harding, Dagny Hoirup, Eliza- oeth Hughes, Margaret Hughes, Mary Ann Hughes, P a t r i c i a Hushaw, Warren Jensen, Elsie facobsen, Doris Jensen, Myron acobsen, Jack Kennedy, Elizabeth Kennedy, Marguerite Kennedy, Willam Kennedy, Dorothy Kenyon, ietty King, Milo Knutson, Dean ·Cudej, Madaline Kudej, Gladys Lewis. Gladys Lomen, Helen Lomen, kdolph Luker. Barbara McCoy. Raymond McGowan, LeRoy Miler, Hortense Mills, Evelyn Mitchell, iill Moore, Darleen Nelson, Clarnce Pease, Jr., Irma Peterson, Lois =eterson, Clayton Pittman, Naomi Pine Ronald Rawson, Eloise San- rv Winifred Sandry, Adeline Sutliffe, Grace Sutcliffe, Clifford Vik, Helen Wetterling, Jeanette Wilson, larguerite Winnie, Lucille Winnie, Charlotte Wolford and Margaret Vurtzer. Sullivan Is Wed to Miss A. Parsons Candlelight Services Held at Bride's Home in Des Moines. CLEAR LAKE, April 9.--The marriage of George Robert Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. Sullivan, North Second street, to 'Miss Adeline Dudley Parsons of Des Moines was solemnized at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the bride's nome. The bride wearing a tailored suit of cinnamon brown, a large hat of brown ballibuntle straw and shoulder corsage of gardenias and lilies- of-the-valley, was given in marriage by her father, Henry Lyon Parsons. The Rev. Stoddard Lane of Plymouth Congregational church read the ceremony before a group of intimate friends of the couple. The house was attractively decorated in spring flowers and the ceremony was read by candlelight. Miss Opal Wilson, wearing a sheer black and white print dress, a three-quarter length black woolen coat and large brimmed black straw hat, and Herbert Hauge attended the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan of Clear Lake attended the wedding. Follow ing the ceremony the couple left for a short wedding trip, after which they will live in Des Moines. The bride was affiliated with the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority at Drake university and Mr. Sullivan was affiliated with the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity at University of Iowa and Minnesota. 'inal Altrurian Club Session Is Thursday CLEAR LAKE, April 9--The final session of the Altrurian club vill be held Thursday afternoon at ilrs. Ned O'Neill's tearoom, South Fourth street. A 1 o'clock luncheon vill be served with Mrs. Henry Volstad and Mrs. Fred Rogers serving on the committee. The'afternoon will'le spent in cards. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Dinner Party Held at Patterson Home CLEAR LAKE. April 9.--Mr. and Mrs. Leland Patterson entertained a group at a pot-luck supper at their home Sunday evening. Included in the group were Mr. and Mrs. L/loyd Ldesenberg, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Drew, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Briar, Mr. and VIrs. Leslie Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Palmeter, Decorah. Mrs. O'NeJl Celebrates Eighty-First Birthday CLEAR LAKE, April 9.--Mrs. George A. O'Neil. 524 Carlton street, and granddaughter, Ruth Ann O'Neil of Mason City, celebrated a joint birthday party at Mrs. O'Neil's home Sunday. Mrs. O'Neil. who was 81 years old, received several bunches of roses, other flowers and cards. Callers during the day included her son, George E. O'Neil and family, Mason City; a daughter, Mrs. William McArthur, and two daughters, all of Mason City. Refreshments were served to the guests. All of the policies of Dictator Stalin have been unanimously approved by his party congress. There's a congress for you!--Grand Rapids Press. SKETCH OF OIL INDUSTRY GIVEN Scope of Production Shown by Fitzgerald in Talk to Rotarians. A comprehensive sketch of the oil industry, from the early discoveries to modern products and distribution, was given by W. F. Fitzgerald, lubricating engineer for the Standard Oil company, at a meeting Monday noon of the Rotary club. Mr. Fitzgerald, to show the importance of the industry, said that SO million gallons of crude oil were produced to one day recently and that the nation's gasoline bill in 1932 was $2,000,000,000. The average production a day in United States is 6M: barrels a well. This low figure is because some wells are restricted to a half barrel a day. In early times oil bearing deposits were located chiefly by seepages and presence of oil in springs. Instruments capable of extremely fine measurement are used at present to assist in determining deposits, as -well as deflection of radio waves from certain strata. Mr. Fitzgerald used charts to illustrate his talk. One of these showed the distribution of pipe lines in the United States. Crude oil pumped through pipes travels at the rate of about four miles an hour and is sent from one station to another rather than continuously. · Improvements in refining, In; eluding the process of "cracking;, bv which a much larger percentage of gasoline is obtained, were described. _ ,, Guests of the club were b. K. Knutson, superintendent of schools at Kensett, Mr. Jacobs of Dubuque and William Kern. Game Warden to Speak for Lake Legion Post CLEAR LAKE, April 9.--F. T. Schwab, deputy game warden, will speak to members of the Stafford post of the American Legion auxiliary at the regular monthly meeting Wednesday night. A supper will be served at 7 o'clock. SAVE FROM 20 to 55% ON Your Next Winter's Fuel Supply ASK US HOW Consolidated Coal Co. Phone 1176 P . « Tgf THEATER · A****** clcar Lake MONDAY, TUESDAY, WED. H. G. Wells' Fantastic Sensation "THE INVISIBLE MAN" lOc Plus Tax Tired.. Nervous Wife Wins Back Pep! T T E R r z J"*- were raw nerves ,,^.E soothed. She banished that ·'dead tired" fecl- . --- ing!. Won new youthful color'--restful nights, active days--all because she rid her system of bowel-clorans wastes that were sappmg her vitality. NR lab- lets (Nature's Remedy)--the mild, safe, all- vegetable laxative--worked the transformation. Try it for constipation, biliousness, Bead- aches,dizzyspells, colds. See how refreshed you feeL At all druggists'-25 cents AVOID UGLY PIMPLES Does a pimply face embarrass you? Get a package of Dr. Edwards Olive'Tablets.The skin should begin to clear after you have taken the tablets a few nights, if you are like thousands of others. Help cleanse the blood, bowels and liver with Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, the successful substitute for calomel; there's no sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets do that'which' calomel does, and just as effectively, b u t ' their action is gentle and safe instead of severe and irritating. Thousands who take Olive Tablets are never cursed with a "dark brown taste," a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good" feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition, pimply face. Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound; known by their olive color. Dr. Edwards spent years among patients afflicted with liver and bowel complaints and Olive Tablets are the immensely effective result. Take nightly for a week. See how much better you feel and look, lac, 30c, 60c. Better Homes Show Tues. and Wed. nights, April 10-11, Community Bldg. Free entertainment. Free gifts. Admission free. Doors open 7 p. m. Come. Better Homes Show Tues. and Wed. nights, April 10-11, Community Bldg. Free entertainment. Free gifts. Admission free. Doors open 7 p. m. Come. Miss Margaret Stork arrived home Saturday after a three weeks' visit in Des Homes with friends. Miss Lottie Wallace of Goldtleld and Harold Wallace of Belmond were guests Friday at the C. W. Wallace home, South Third street. Mr. Wallace,is recovering'from a two weeks' illness. Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Grattidge and family spent Sunday at Clarion with friends. Ray Wallace, South Third street, spent the week-end in St. Ansgar with friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Hudson of Conrad spent Sunday with their son, V. Hudson, South Third street. He accompanied his parents to their home and from there plans to go to Sioux City. Miss Marlys Knutson, student at University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Knutson, North Third street. The Congregational Ladies' Aid society will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the church. A program will be given. Mrs. C. K. Wood and Mrs. George Petersen are co-chairmen of the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Whitney left Sunday for Chicago where they will visit Mr. Whitney's brother. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lants spent Sunday at Nora Springs visiting friends. and Mrs. G. C- Falmeter of Decorah. spent Sunday in Clear Lake with friends and Mr. Palmeter's father, H. E. Palmeter. Merle Foster who has spea* the winter in New York has returned to Clear Lake and is visiting at the M. E. Hopkins home. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Watson entertained their daughter, Mrs. H. O Homer and granddaughter of Inkster, N. Dak.. Saturday. They are moving to a farm near Geneva . Kay Kruggel spent Saturday to Ames. Mrs. C- A. Knutson returned Sat urday from a three day tour with Des Moines women, Mrs. Gordon El liott, Mrs. Max Mayer and Mis Prudence Tomlinson, who conductei community forums in three countie, this week. They visited at Hartley Harris Sibley, Albord and Sanborn M. C. Eydson left Sunday fo Suraner where he will work for thi Sears Construction company. Miss Mabel Basset, operator a the Beauty Nook, spent Sunday a Garner with her friend, Helen Ter willeger. , Mrs. S- J- Johnson and children Lavonae and Chet of Joice spen Saturday and Sunday at the Lar Flom home on Division street visit ing with Joe Johnson who has been ill for the past seven months. Speaking Dates for Knutson Announcet CLEAR LAKE, April 9.--C. A Knutson, candidate for republican nomination as governor of Iowa, ar rived home Saturday night to spen Sunday. He is scheduled to speak at Brit Tuesday evening to which a larg group of Knutson for Governor clu members will also attend, at Spiri Lake Wednesday night, at Spence Thursday night, at Des Moineg Fri day night and Adel, Saturday, See for yourself how much more the FRIGIDAIRE '34 offers you in UTILITY CONUENIENCE and ECONOMY The reason thousands are saying OURS (S A FRIGIDAIRE " Throughout the years Frigidaire has been the pioneer^ in. the electric refrigeration business. 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