The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 9, 1939 · Page 11
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March 9, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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REVEALS LIST OF °^°TM HONOR PUPILS Principal of High School Names 36 to Place on Roll CLEAR LAKE--A l i s t o£ 36 names of honor roll students for une first six weeks! period of the ·second semester was released by f MJSS Cathryne Chambers, high i school principal, Wednesday evening following the tests held last week. Conrad Kolls, sophomore, en- Joys the distinction of bein" the ·n!y student rating in the, "A" group. In the "A and B" group are found Jack Kennedy, Junior bwanson, Allen Wind, Geneva Henmngson and Bette Sears Bob Musgjerd, and Brose, sophomores; freshmen; ^enevievp K-OUI. T , --."==, a^pnuuiores; Keith Jacobson, Victor Lowman James Newman, Joe Patton, Esther Asbe, Mary Hill, Teny Mae Jorgen, Kathryn Kennedy and Josephine Kowalsky, juniors, and Paul Anderson, Bob Bliss, Bob Clausen, Warren Jensen, James Kennedy, Maurice Kimbali, Letty Chase, Edith Enabit, Juanita Hen- mngson, Mary Henry, Patricia Hushaw, Jane Merwin and Lillian Peterson, seniors. ; Eugene Christenson, Adelaide Anderson .and Julia Ann Hofer nmth grade, Dorothy Compton, tenth, and Patricia Doyle and Betty Peterson, eleventh grade were rated in the "B" group. Dale Snydcr, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder, 200 South Center street, was taken to Mercy hospital in Mason City Wednesday evening. He is ill with pneumonia. Removed by New Iodine Discovery Kelief in Seconds or Moncr Bade Engger Drug Co. C L E A R L A K E --Oklahoma downed Iowa State 15 to 1 in a postponed Bix Six intramural basketball game played at the gym Wednesday evening. Musgjerd accounted for six points for the winners and Peterson five for the losers. Purdue trampled over Indiana 29 to 16 in the next encounter with Biekford making 10 points for the former and Enabnit six for the latter. Ohio State took a 26 to 14 victory from 111- nois in the third battle with Kolls chalking up 12 counts for Ohio and Comstoek for Illinois. Warren Krueger is acting as scorekeeper. Dick Clausen is in charge and Philippe is referee. Funeral Services for Mrs. H. Nelson to Be Held Friday CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Mrs. Henrietta Nelson, 82, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Anna Clausen, 208V. West Main street, Tuesday evening of pneumonia, will be held at Ward's funeral home Friday at 2 o'clock. Six grandsons will be pallbearers and burial will be in Ventura cemetery. Clear Lake Cong ra tulates-- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker, whose 60th wedding anniversary was March 9. Mrs. William Meyers, whose fourteenth birthday anniversary was March 9. Ralph and Raymond Harms twins, whose birthday anniversary was March 9. Mrs. C. F. Crane, whose birthday anniversary was March 9. Mrs. A. P. Avjse, Ventura whose birthday anniversary was March 9. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jensen, 810 East Main street, whose 24lh wedding anniversary was March 9. rainlaiion, items a r e ,,«,,, hcllc( . arc puLlislicil w i t h o u t tbarzc it ble !,ie i5c p h o n t y o u r i l t m s lo -JIl'J the day before p u b l i c a t i o n MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Clear Lake Globe-Gazette THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1939 LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J , son will be MRS.S.COEIS LESSON LEADER Reads "Unwanted" as Lesson For Colonial Club CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Shirley Coe read "Unwanted," an article from Collier's magazine written by Quentin Reynolds and dealing with the Jews in Germany for the lesson of the Colonial club which t ^ ar met Wednesday at the home - ? erlamed Mrs. Harvey Franks with 12 btrs and families present, was served at noon. "Believe It or Not" items were used for roll call and Mrs. Hans Matson conducted a word game for (he recreational hour. Mrs. George Peifzke succeeded in making 25 words from the letters in "Colonial Club" within the limited time allowed and was declared winner. Mrs. Irving Ashland will be hostes= April 5 with Miss Vira Shook as lesson leader. church Wednesday. The aid offi Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brager en- ing games and visiting and lunch, DO YOUK BIT CLUB HOLDS PICNIC DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trimble, Mr. and Mrs. George Jamison, Miss Muriel Orcutt and Mrs. Betsy Hyde were guests ot the Do Your Bit club which met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Leo Elting. "Believe It or Not" oddities were given for roll call and a picnic dinner was served by Mrs. Fred W. Peterson and Mrs. R. J. Nelson. Mrs. A. R. Cain and Mrs. C. arranged Chinese N. Presthoit checkers and other" games for pastimes. Mrs. Jamison will enter- tarn at a courtesy meeting March I P »-««* n-Ojr H J K C i l J J ^ J IWitlCil lb with a picnic dinner at noon. FAMOUS I E.S. SIGHT-SAVING LAMPS AND LOOK YOU GET THE 3 WAY BULB FREE! PLUS SPECIAL EASY TERMS 75* DOWN · 75* A MONTH ^ -- · -New Shipment-J u s t R e c e i v e d ! T^OW ... the utmost in modern floor lamp beauty and ^ ^ lighting efficiency . . . offered .at a sensationally low pnce. These are all GENUINE I. B. S. "Better Light- Better Sight" Lamps . . . with 3-slage lighting and 54 ' . . ' *· ("'"""nating Engineering Society) features! V ilh choice of Bronze or Ivory finish and lovely parchment shades. With style and quality usually found only m much higher priced lamps. Take your choice of beautiful full-sized I. E. S Floor Lamp a t S6 .95 ... or the new, attractive I. E. S. Colonial Bndge Lamp, which is perfect for reading and sewing, at SG.oO. There is a style for every purpose ... so he sure to gel your new lamp now and make a definite saving. Provide your home with one of these fine lamps. This Money-Saving Offer Good at Any P. G. E. Store SALE! Pre-Spring Clearance of Lamps Big Bargains at SPECIAL LOW PRICES While They Last! . PEOPLES' GAS - ELECTRIC COMPANY SERV.NG NORTH CENTRAL .OWA'S C.T.ES, TOWNS AND FARMS TWO TRUSTEES ARE CHOSEN Lakeside Church .Elects Mrs. E. Miles, Charles Smith to Office ,, ,,, ,,.,». ..^ CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Ed Miles :ell in entertaining in April N Y as ch °sen trustee of the Lakeside * * o church for two years and Charles CARL BRAGER IS Smith for three years at the an- HONORED ON BIRTHDAY nual dinner meeting held at the . EARL HUNTLEY ENTERTAINS O. D. O. CLVB Mrs. Earl Huntley was assisted by Mrs. Henry Jacobscon in entertaining the O. D. O. club at her home Wednesday with a small attendance because of illness. A St Patrick's motif was used in deco^ rations and the time was spent in P l a y i n g games. Refreshments . ere, served. Mrs. Oscar Thomp- by Mrs. Fred · . . - - served .. -- . t-~*+ _ v ,..._ v-jwji.. im , £3L"iigt?i~ received a number of gifts from hjs friends. * '* * LEADS CLUB LESSON ON GARDENING Mrs. _J. P. McGuire gave the irly history of gardening for the |sson of the Home Improvement club which met Wednesday afternoon at the home o£ Mrs. Charles Fmdson with 13 members present and Mrs. Fred Luker as a guest. Mrs. Robert Furleigh gave a reading and Mrs. Martha Copley presented some gems of poetry A guessing contest was held with Mrs. Luker and Mrs. Frank Rich winning the prizes. Mrs. Findson served a two course lunch at the close. The next meeting will be held April 5. * a n TODAY'S CLUB PRACTICES EVENT Mrs. John Perkins entertained members of Today's club at her home Wednesday afternoon. The time was spent in practicing for the club's event on the Music Mothers play night program Friday evening. A dessert luncheon was served. Mrs. Guy Wisgerhof will entertain at a 1 o'clock luncheon and social meeting March 22. Lincoln Township 4-H Club Girls Will Meet on Saturday CLEAR LAKE--Lincoln township 4-H club girls will meet Saturday afternoon at the home o£ Genevieve Peterson, four miles north of Clear Lake at 1:30 o'clock. The club is a new organization and Mrs. Elmer Nelson leader, states that it is yet open tc membership. Girls from 12 to 2( years old are eligible and any who are interested in becoming members are asked to attend the meeting Saturday. Clear Lake Briefs The Methodist choir was scheduled to meet at the parsonage for practice at 7:30 o'clock instead of S o clock Thursday evening. Six 20 oz. cans vegetables 49c; Hormel country style sausage 23c a pound.--I. G. A. Store. Sirs. C. A. Knutson left Wednesday afternoon for Des Moines where she will attend the spring board meeting of the Iowa Federation of Wbmen's clubs at Hotel Fort Des Moines Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Knutson wiU report on the convention which she attended in Washington, D. C re?, e , ntl 2f on the "Cause and Cure of War. Other speakers will also be heard. Hats off! Spruce 'em up for Spring at Neal the Cleaner. Raymonfl Zirbel is ill with f!u. Beverly Jamison, daughter of i.'Ir. and Mrs. Frank Jamison, is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bailey left Wednesday for a business trip to Minneapolis. Another big shipment of Nelly Don dresses today. Nichols Shop. C. F. Crane, who has been confined to his home by illness, is able to be out again. Mrs. Car! Tegtmeycr will entertain the Laf-a-Lot club at her home Saturday afternoon. Biggest, tastiest 23e plate meal in town. Repp's Diner, E. Main. Stafford Post No. 222 of the American Legion held a business meeting at Legion hall Wednesday evening, A dinner meeting will be held March 22. Dozens of new Nelly Dons todav, $1.95 to $10.95. Nichols Shop. " Harold Phillips returned to his work at Mason City Thursday after a week's illness. ~Ir. and Mrs. Jasper Humphrey and daughter, Romane, visited their daughter, Mrs. Fred Luker, Thursday. Romane is just recovering from flu. New silk dresses in bright colors, sizes 11 to 44--$4.95. Oluf T. Hansen Co. The condition of Mrs. C. C. Boss, who is at Park hospital in Mason City suffering with pneumonia, was reported as fair Thursday noon. Members of the Sunshine club who met at the home o£ Mrs. Peter Knutson Wednesday afternoon spent the time in sewing and visiting. Mrs. Knutson served n two course lunch at the close. Mrs C E. Lantz will be the next hostess' Elec. pump service, well repair and drilling. Art Butts, Ph. 224-W. The Dinner-Dance club held a meeting at the Clear Lake Golf club Wednesday evening with Mrs. Mahlon Hintzman and Mrs. Merle Grodland arranging the event. Mrs. T. L. Sears and Mrs. L. L. Mathers will be in charge of the April meeting. meeting with O « · ·" -Ji- J - T A U i C l l . £.£* \ V l the place to be announced later. CONGREGATIONAL AID HEARS BOOK REVIEW Mrs. T. G. Burns gave a review . Dmabandhu" for the program the Congregational Ladies aid which met at the church Wednes- afternoon. The book tells of ...-Jionary work in India. Mrs Mary Bowman led devotions. A Patrick's theme was carried St. -- --"·" " it*^iiic wiia titETlGO out in the table decorations and group No. G served the fellowship supper at which time the Rev J B. Calhoun presented the "Debt of Honor" matter which has to do wath providing a fund for the care of aged, retired ministers The movement is being made to collect a sum equal to one dollar a church member and C F Crane, Dr. A. S. Dice and R. R Rogers were named to make collections. Members arid friends are asked to see one of these men as soon as possible that the work may be done quickly and without too much labor on their part. The aid groups will meet next on April 5 and the general meeting on April 12 with group No. 4 serving. * f =* TABITHA CIRCLE HOLDS SESSION The Rev. and Mrs. Ruben Mostrom. Mrs. Harry Bly, Mrs. Marie Johnson, Mrs. Viggo Jacobson Mrs Floyd Kimbali and Mrs. C A. Lomen were guests of Tabilha circle of the Zion Lutheran aid wmch_ met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. O. M. Olson Mrs. Iver Hodnefield led devotions and Miss Alma Olson the Bible lesson. Lunch was served at the close. Mrs. J. p. Isaksen will be hostess April 12. * * » MRS. MARTIN FIELD SERVES BETHLEHEM AID Bethlehem Lutheran aid met at the church Wednesday for a postponed meeting;. The Rev. S. M btenby led devotions 'and reports were heard and a fair attendance was noted. Mrs. Martin Field Nora Springs, served. The ne\t meeting will be April 5. Prized Bible of Eber Palmer Presented to Verity Lodge No. 250 CLEAR LAKE--Verity lodge No. 250, A. F. and A. M., was the recipient of the personal Bible 'of Eber Palmer, a former lodge member and resident of Clear Lake, at its meeting Wednesday evening at Masonic temple The presentation was made by T E Sondrol on behalf of his mother, Mrs. A. I. Sondrol, daughter of Mr. Palmer. The book is large and leather bound. A good attendance was noted at the meeting and lunch was served at the close Rites of Will Howes, Cass Lake, Minn., at Abe VanHoosen's CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Will Howes, Cass Lake, Minn., were held at the home o£ his sister-in-law, Mrs. Abe Van- Hoosen in Grant township. Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. Howes was a former resident of Grant township and well known by many o£ its older residents. Clear Lake Calendar Thursday -- Methodist choir, at parsonage, 7:30 o'clock. Royal Neighbor lodge, I. O O F. hall, 8 o'clock. Commercial club, Legion hall, 6:30 o'clock dinner, business meeting. Friday--Circle No. 5, Methodist aid, at church, 1:30 o'clock. Junior Federated club, Mrs. Max Brager, 321 South Second street Double O club, Mrs. Lester Nelson, Ventura. Community Farm Bureau, Grant No. 7, 8 o'clock. Deborah circle, Zion LuUicran aid, Mrs. T. A. Hein, Rasmussen apartments, West Main street Community Play night, his!) school, 7:30 o'clock. Christian Workers, Mrs. E M Duesenberg, 325 East State street. St. Rita's circle, Catholic aid Mrs. Frank liarlow, 220 North Third street. 2 o'clock. Star club. Mrs. H. R. Peitzkc 212 North East street, 2:30 o'clock. Knights of Pythias, I. O. O F hall, 8 o'clock. Additional Cfear Lake on Page 17 11 Y O U R E A L W A Y S W E L C O M E A T W A L G f l E E N S D R U G S T O R E S FRIDAY and SATURDAY 101 S. FEDERAL Across the Street From Montgomery Wards" i VflDY 50AP · WUIll MED. 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