Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 11, 1934 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 11, 1934
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TWELVE 50 Meet at Emmetsburg to Form Roosevelt Club EMMETSBURG, April 11.--Fifty persons met at the courthouse here Monday night to organize a Roosevelt club, with three representatives each from the east and west precincts of Emmetsburg to be chosen before next Monday, when a meeting of the executive council will be held to make the organization permanent. The club membership is open to all supporters of President Roosevelt, regardless of political affiliations, it was stated. · MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 11 1934 PHILCO EASY TERMS! See and hear this beautiful new PHILCO--just received. Patented Inclined Sounding Board, Shadow Tuning, Tone Control, etc. Receives police and airplane calls as well as your favorite programs. Amazing tone and performance! Other 1934 Philcos §20 and up P. G. E. Peoples Gas and Electric Co. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE NO. 239 Residence Phone 67 SLIGHT CHANGES MADE IN STAFF Two Teachers Will Resume Teaching Posts After Year of Study. CLEAR LAKE, April 11.--The school directors approved of teachers' contracts at the meeting Monday night. The personnel of the school will be changed little during the coming year. There will be one vacancy to fill in the first grade and one in the fifth grade of the Main building. Miss Norma Olson did not accept a contract for another year because of other plans and Mrs. Homer Briar was eliminated by the rule barring married women from teaching. Hugh Stickler who is studying on his masters' degree at Iowa university, will return in the fall after a year's leave of absence to continue teaching in the science department of the high school. C. M. Holmes is filling this place this year. Miss Alma Larson who is studying at Columbia university, New York City, this year is also expected to return to the mathematics department of the high school after a year's leave. Miss A. Roorda is filling this place this year. It is expected that all of the contracts of other teachers will be returned this Friday. Chris Johnston, coach of the athletic department, and Miss Myrtle Oulman, dramatic coach, both outstanding in their departments, have given the board assurance that they would accept their contracts. Directors gave a, slight increase in teachers' and officials' salaries for all to correspond with the advance in cost of living. Brief summary of a conservative's criticism of liberalism: "Quit bothering the feathers in my nest." --Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. A Special Group of BETTER HATS Formerly Priced to $7.50 And Yes! Even $10! At 3 We've taken our red p e n c i l a n d g o n e through our stock of better hats until old man "Profit" cried for' mercy. Lovely straws for every type and headsize. AP COFFEE WEEK .HHIRE ECONOMY RUU5 1 Featuring the Famous Coffee Trio at Special Prices This Week REALLY FRESH COFFEE IS GROUND BEFORE YOUR EYES Selected from the Finest Coffee Grown Blended Three Ways to Suit Your Taste MILD AND MELLOW EIGHT O'CLOCK lb. 19C 3lb.bag57c RICH AND FULL BODIED RED CIRCLE b 21 c VIGOROUS AND WINEY BOKAR . . »25c CHASE SANBORN'S COFFEE, lb 28c SHOWN AS BAND BENEFIT CLEAR LAKE, April 11.--Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Kugler will present the proceeds of their mechanical show for the benefit of the Band Mothers' club. The show will be exhibited In a tent on the corner of the First National bank on Saturday afternoon and evening providing the weather permits ana in the city hall If the weather is bad. There have been several new moving figures added besides trees, shrubs and vines during the past winter. The high school band will play for the occasion. Proceeds of the money received will be used to send the band and orchestra to the state contest at Iowa City in May. FERTILE HIGH TO GIVE PLAY Three Act Comedy/'Richard Beware/' Sponsored by Junior Class. . CLEAR LAKE, April 11.--The' junior class of the Fertile high school will present the annual play in the school gymnasium Friday and Saturday nights, April 13 and 14. It is a three act comedy, "Richard, Beware," with good incident and good humor. It is being directed by Miss Idella Quill, English instructor and Supt. M.- F. Penrod. The cast includes Ire Myhre, Dorothea Oredson, Viola Anderson, Roger Hill, Lucille Ouverson, Clarke Halverson, Delton Davis, Donald Peterson, Synnona Amuadson, Donald Nissen, Herbert Kisner, Agnes Rodberg, Stanley Zirbel and Kenton Felland. Clear Lake Gets Meeting of Rebekahs Also Wins, Silver Cup for Unwritten Work. Clear Lake carried off the Lions share of the honors at the school of instruction and annual session of the northern district of Rebekah convention at the Odd Fellows hall Wednesday. Clear Lake was selected as the site of the 1935 convention and also won the silver cup for the best unwritten work in the district. Having won the cup three successive years Clear Lake was given permanent possession of the trophy. The recital of the unwritten work was done by Mrs. Sidney Halford, Ventura, member of the Clear Lake lodge. About 250 members of the organization were in attendance. Odd Fellows Present Gift to Tina Rebekahs CLEAR LAKE, April 11.--The I. O. 0. F. lodge presented the Tina Rebekah lodge a. set of silverware for use at the hall Tuesday night at the regular session of Rebekahs. It was given as a courtesy for their work in serving the father and son banquet. A handkerchief shower was held for Mrs. Mabel Luick, noble grand, who is celebrating her birthday today. Mrs. Charles Hansen and her committee served refreshments. THE GREAT-ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEA; CO. Middle Western Diwsisr Large Crowds Attend Better Homes Show CLEAR LAKE, April 11.--Severa hundred persons attended the Better Homes show, sponsored by the Com mercial club, at the Community building Tuesday night at the open ing. There were about 20 firms show ing exhibits. All kinds of building materials were displayed as well a household furnishings. The booth o the Peoples' Gas and Electric was model kitchen showing the lates squipment. An orchestra directed by Joh Kopecky played during the evening At 10 o'clock prizes were given ou A similar program will be fo lowed tonight. Rosemonds Hosts to K. K. Club Member CLEAR LAKE, April 11--M and Mrs. W. H. Rosemond wer hosts to members of the K. K. clu Tuesday night. A dinner was serv ed to the group at the Soda Gril after which the group gathered a the Rosemond home, South Thir street for bridge. High score prize were received by Dr. and Mrs. A B. Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Fran Palmer. Priscilla Club Dinner and Program Is Hel( CLEAR LAKE, April 11.--Meir bers of the Priscilla club held a din ner at the city hall Tuesday nigh for guests. Husbands of the mem bera and Mrs. E. W. Winnie an Mrs. C. W. Seidel of Mason Cit were guests of the group. Covei were laid for 32 persons. Sever readings were given and a piano sc lo by Mrs. Seidel of Mason City. P A II IT THEATER "/»"«*B'Hk Clear Lake Wednesday "INVISIBLE MAN" Thursday -- Friday Ken Maj-nard in "KING OF THE ARENA" ewing Demonstrated at 4-H Club Girls CLEAR LAKE, April 11.--The ises Izetta, Naomia and Goldie me were hostesses of the Lake's mbitious Vestas 4-H club. Gladys Thompson gave a short Ik on "Manicuring the Nails" and .Jadge Baker and Ruth McGowan resented a demonstration on alter- ating sleeve patterns. Lola Pine was taken into the club 5 a new member. Mrs. Harold At- lison was a guest of the afternoon. Following the meeting refresh- ents were served. bridge Party Held at Mitchell Home CLEAR LAKE, April 11.--Mrs. S. Mitchell and daughter, Grethen, entertained a group at a ridge party at their home on 500 outh Second street, Tuesday after- oon, Mrs., Beckner received the rize for high score, Mrs. J. M. acobsen, the traveling prize, and rs. G. D. McDowell, the consola- Other guests at the affair ere Mrs. J. H. Bailey, Mrs. L. avis, Mrs. James Bailey of Clear ake, and Mrs. John Greves, lason City. Rebekah Home Talent Play to Be Presented CLEAR LAKE, April 11.--A-six piece orchestra will furnish music for dancing following the Rebekah benefit play, "Home Sweet Home," which will be presented at the I. O. O. F. hall Friday night. A group of special numbers have been arranged for entertainment between acts. The cast of the production includes A. R. Cain, Grace Cain, Fred W. Petersen, R. J. Nelson, Mrs. R. J. Nelson, ^Mrs. Clarence Petersen and Mrs. S. O. Bacon. E. B. Stillman will serve as master of ceremonies. The government of Bolivia is fixing retail prices of necessities. ADMITS FORGING 5 CHECKS HERE Wesley R. Ward Arrested by Officers; Confession Is Made. Wesley R. Ward, 47, 215V 2 Second street southwest, confessed Wednesday to forging five checks aggregating $28.05 in Mason City during the last few months. He was picked up by local officers early Wednesday morning and is being held in the county jail. The first and largest ' of the checks, according to Ward's confession, was made out last Aug. 5 fox- ?10 and signed with the name of Henry Steffen. It was cashed at the Jefferson Bus station. Again on March 10 Ward signed the name of Steffen to a check made out for $4.50 to a. Tom Tay- Jor. He cashed this at a local Atlantic and Pacific store. Using the name Mrs. Adelaide Amen, Ward wrote a check on March 17 payable to a George Gillies in the amount of $4.80 and cashed it at the Diamond brothers' store. He admitted authorship of two other checks, one written April 5 for $4.75 signed with the name Mrs. E. H. Wagner and cashed at the Mason City Hardware company, ·and the other, a $4 check signed with the name Mrs. Henry Billman and cashed April 6 at the Federal Packing company. H. G. L. Club Guest of Oreta Minette Home CLEAR LAKE, April 11.--Miss Oreta Minette and Mrs. Milton Olson entertained members of the H. G. L. club at the Minette home Tuesday night. Margaret Sheridan received the prize for high score and Ann Whyte of Mason City the second. A two course luncheon was served by the hostesses. SCALP IRRITATION Eczema itching, dandruff scales, dryness, relieved and soon improved by the special medication of I I'VE HEARD THAT CAMELS USE FINER TOBACCOS, AND IT IS CERTAINLY TRUE THAT SINCE I STARTED SMOKING CAMELS I DON'T FEEL NERVOUS AND IRRITABLE ANY MORE. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Try Diamond Half and Half. our dealer has it. Sir. and Mrs. Jesse Prescott are he parents of a daughter born at ,eir home on East Main street Wednesday morning. This is the rst child in the family. Mrs. Pres- ott was formerly Ursula England. Miss Virginia Kaye on the Camp rounds is spending this week at Independence and Waterloo with riends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McEwen of. lason City have taken possession f their cottage, 732 South Second treet. Mrs. C. P. Christensen has opened her store on the camp grounds for he summer. She spends her winters in Mason City. Mrs. J. C. Norris is a delegate rom the Tina Rebekah lodge to .he district meeting at Mason City today. A large group from the local chapter attended the all day session. C. W. Wallace, justice of peace, is recovering nicely at his home on uth Third street. Mrs. W. P. Campbell of Waukegan, HI., returned to her home Tuesday night after spending two days in Clear Lake with her father, William H. Eubanks, and an aunt, Mrs. John Cox. Bill Braheny who spent his spring vacation in Chicago with his mother, accompanied Mrs. Campbell to Clear Lake. Frank Bonner, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. George Bonner, spent Wednesday in Eagle Grove on business. They planned to visit friends at Jewell also. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley F. Collins have returned to their home on South street after spending the winter in Tarpon Springs, Fla. Gordon Selby of Chicago is visiting several days this week with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Selby, Outing club. Clarence A. Knutgon spoke to members of the Britt Commercial club Tuesday night giving his gross income tax campaign platform for the republican nomination as governor He was accompanied there by Dr. A. J. Cole and Alick Thompson, both former residents of Britt. Mrs. Joe Palmer who has been 111 at her home, South Oak street, for the past six weeks is improving. Jlr. and Mrs. Willard Lighter and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. 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