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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25 Â· 1937 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Â· - Â· . : . OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor Â· Â· . ; ' LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J; Residence Phone 67 PROGRAM GIVEN ATP.T, A.MEET JVlusical Selections, P.I ay Presented at Fortieth Anniversary. CLEAR LAKE--Music students under the supervision of (Miss Clara Metcalt presented an enjoyable and varied program at .the P. T. A. meeting at the high school Wednesday evening^ the : woodwind group o f - six students played- "Knight Errant" as the Â·opening number and was followed by the' fourth grade of the Lin- Â· cblri' building; who sang "Star Â·Spangled'Banner," "Snow Birds," "Skaters'. Song," "Lullaby" and Â·"A Frog Went Courting." * Genevieve Brose and: Charles tBaflpw,: students in junior high school, appeared in colonial costumes and danced the minuet and the girls' glee club from the high school- sang "Echo Song" and -"Slumber Song." . ;- Rhythm Band Plays. ... The rhythm band of the second grade from the junior high school building-played a number of selections. They were dressed in clever little white jackets and caps with- red trimming which added grea tly to the effectiveness of their -. numbers. . : MiSs _ Grace Anderson, .Miss Jeanne 'Beckrier. and Miss Metcalf played accompaniments, .Mrs.' Charles Sitzer, Mrs. Willis 'Miller, Mrs; Harry. Freeman and the Misses Margaret Hughes and Suhne Hein presented "Hem- iniscerice," a two act play descriptive of: the organization o P. 1 - :T. A. and in commemoration of the fortieth anniversary of tha event ..The .girls' .sextet sang "In, the Time of Roses" betweer acts'. ' . . Win ^Cbntcst. Mrs. Clarence Conklin. P. T. A. president, announced that' Miss Anderson's room had won the membership contest by. obtaining eight new members, all fathers. This makes a total of 13 father members lor the second grade, or 43 1-3 per cent, the highest percentage of any room. .The drive resulted in 21 new memberships among the fathers, m'sking a total of 46 fathers belonging. At the business session the P. T._A. conference at Mason City on "March IS was announced and it was decided that the officers and as many others as possible should attend. Cake Sold. At the close slices of the birthday 'cake which was made and donated by Mrs. Conklin were sold. The money" thus obtained will be sent to P. T. A. headquarters as the annual free will gift offering from Clear Lake. -The ,Rey. Homer. E. Blough gave' the 1 'invocation . and. Mrs. Blough-was in charge of the program. - Â· ' Â· ' Â·-Â·' : Trophies Arrive for Basketball. Tourney . CLEAR ; LAKE--Trophies for the sectional championship for the basketball tournament to be held at the high school. March 4, 5 and 6 have arrived and are on display in the office of Superintendent Pease at the high school. Besides those for classes A and B in the tournament is a trophy for the Cerro Gordb county declamation contests in dramatics. This is a new trophy to replace the one won by Clear Lake last year. Â· Help Kidneys } Clean Out Poisonous Acids Your Kidneys contain 9 million tiny utl*Â« or filters which may be endangered by neglect or drastic, irritating drugs. Be careful. If functional Kidney or Bladder disorders make you- suffer from Getting Cp Nights. Nervousness, Loss of Pep, Leg Pains. Rheumatic Palnj, .Dizziness, Circles Under Eyes Neuralgia, Acidity, Bumlnc. Smarting or itching, don't take chances.'Get the doctor's guaranteed prescription Cystex. the most modern advanced treatment for tliese troubles. 810,000.00 deposited with Bank of America, Loj Angeles. California guarantees that Cystex mu^t bring new vitality in 48 hour* and make you feel years younger In one week or money bark on return of empty package Telephone your drusaist for cuaranlceri Cyslcx (Slss-Tcxl today. Clear Lake Briefs City 'cab, day or nite. Ph. 200. Miss Helen .Miller returned Wednesday from Sheffield where she went Saturday to spend th.e week-end and was caught by the storm. . . Â· ' ' . , ' Charlotte and Roger Hess returned Tuesday afternoon from Plover where they went Saturday to spend the week-end and were stormbound. No person lias yet filed for the position on the school board which election will be held March 8. The term of Sam Kennedy expires this 'year. Candidates musl file at least 10 lays previous to election. Circle No. 6 of the Methodist aid will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. L. King, East Main and Lindon streets, for a 2 o'clock dessert luncheon.' Mrs. Grace Fjske and Mrs. Grace Stevens are the assisting hostesses. Circle No. 4 of- the Methodist aid will meet at the home of Mrs. J. A. Johnson, East Main street, Friday at 2 p. m. Roll call will be answered with incidents in the life oÂ£ Washington. . Do Your Bit club, which was to have met at the home of Mrs. Henry Bruchner Wednesday, has been postponed until next Wednesday, March 3, because of weather and road conditions. Six weeks tests are on at the high school, this 1 week with cards to be out next Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Buel Clary and daughter, Clodell, who have lived at 312 North East street for the past year and a half, plan to movu Saturday to Albert Lea, their old home. Mr. Clary is employed as district machinist by the Greal Lakes Pipe lines. , The Rev. S. M.' Stenby arrived Wednesday afternoon from Centerville, S. Dak., where he went from Minneapolis for services' lasl Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Stenby states that South Dakota was having a dirt storm when he left. He will be here for services Sunday at the Bethlehem Lutheran church and plans to return to Minneapolis later to visit with his children, . ' Wa-Tan-Ye club will meet at 6:30 p. m. Monday at the domestic science rooms of the high school for a business session. ANNUAL DINNER HELD BY FIREMEN Chief Dan Shire Speaks on "Fire Prevention" After Meal. CLEAR LAKE--Chief Dan Shire of the Mason City fire department was guest speaker at the annual banquet held by Clear Lake firemen at., the City hall Wednesday evening. Chief Shire- spoke on "Fire Prevention" in a very interesting and helpful discourse. Other guests were Capt. James Kelley, Mason 'City fire department, and William McGo^van, W. H. Ward, Walter Jensen, the members of the .city council and all the city employes. With the 12 members 1 of the local fire department, 36 persons enjoyed the fine turkey and chicken dinner cooked by Mrs. Shirley Kimball and served by the Miss Frances White and Ruth Byers. . Ed Boyle, city solicitor, acted as tpastmaster and introduced the firement and council to the'group. Percy Fistler, ,chief of the Clear Lake company, Mr. Ward, "Mr. McGowan .and .Captain . Kelley each spoke briefly. Other officers of the Clear Lake company are A. W. Matthies, assistant chief, and D. F. Byers, secretary and treasurer. Mr. Byers is also driver of the fire truck. Other members are Arthur Johnson, Ralph Tarr, Bob Davis, N. B. Rice, Gorden Jensen, Roy Huey, Floyd Nesbit, Kenneth Fistler and R. B. Kennedy. Gordon Jensen arranged for the dinner. Persons attending report a most enjoyable evening. NEED FOR MORE CAMELS Maybe it's all right to bar camels from the streets of Palestine as a traffic hazard, but over here we need a few drivers who can go seven days without a drink.-Detroit News. WARD FURNITURE STORE CLEAR LAKE, IOWA ANNOUNCES THAT. THEIR 20th ANNIVERSARY SALE WILL BE CONTINUED UNTIL SATURDAY, MARCH 6th This is Your Opportunity to Buy Furniture at Prices That Are Far" Below Present Volue. A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM WARD FURNITURE STORE FREE DELIVERY CLEAR LAKE, IOWA TENSION IS HIGH ATINTRAMURALS Brager Team Wins Game 19-18 in -Whirlwind.' . . Finish. CLEAH LAKE--The Brager- Palmeter intramural game at the high school gym Wednesday evening proved a real thriller with the score standing 18 to 18 up tn the very last minute when a tree toss gave the decision to Brager 19 to 18. Siesseger-xvas high point man for Brager with 8 points to his credit while Palmeter counted 13 for his team. Philippe downed Whitney IB to 11 in another of the games. Philippe was high point man with 8 to his credit and Thomas counted 4 for Whitney. Second Grade Roots. Comstock triumphed over Bacon 27 to 9 in their little tussle. Cornstock- counted 11 points for his team and Peterson 6 for the Bacon five. The games Wednesday evening were well attended by a group of adults and numerous high school students as well as by the second grade from the junior high school building who had earlier performed for the P. T. A. meeting in the-auditorium. The group under the supervision of their teacher, Miss Grace Anderson, came en- masse and showed their appreciation of the' treat by vociferous cheering. . More Games. Another intramural will be played Thursday after school and others Friday afternoon to make up a couple crowded out last'week. Harper Joslyn refereed the games and Dale Harmon, assistant coach, was in charge. MRS, F, MINETTE CLUB HOSTESS W o m e n Remember Mrs. A. Bonner With , Bouquet. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. F. L. Minette, 401 .South Second street, assisted by, Mrs;. A. B. Knutson and Mrs. Ida Hehdricks, entertained the Sunshine club at a 1 .o'clock luncheon at her home Wednesday. Yellow daisies centered the table which was tastefully decorated for the occasion, Mrs. Austin Minette A-as a guest and the afternoon ,vas spent in a series of games in ,vhich each participant received a prize. The club remembered the secretary, Mrs. 'Anna L. Bonner, who is ill, with a bouquet of [lowers and a special card. Mrs. A. B. Knudson will be hostess to the club .in two weeks with Mrs. Jack Bailey and Mrs. Peter Knutson assisting. .' ' . Â· Â· . . . '- . Â·Â» Â» * : O. D. O. CLUB HOLDS PROGRAM Mrs..Irene Chase was hostess to the O. D. O. club at 'her apartment in the Rogers hotel Wednesday afternoon. The time was spent in a'program oÂ£ miscellaneous contests in which Mrs. F. G. Cookman was awarded the prize. Mrs. Jens Wind will be hostess on March '17. * * * 1WISSIONARY SOCIETY PLANS FOR PROGRAM Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs..A. H. Runcic Wednesay afternoon w i t h 20 members present. A dessert luncheon was served at a table decorated in patriotic colors with the color scheme also carried out in the menu. Mrs. Rosa Howard and Mrs. Fuller Bailey were guests. Mrs. Ray Robbins led the lesson, Mrs. Will Rich gave a candle demonstration for the mystery box and Mrs. Ruhcie sang a group of solos for the program. The society will meet at the Methodist church March 31 for Founders' day observance. * * * OWESO CLUB PLANS ANNUAL BANQUET Lake township Oweso club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Leiymus on Wednesday afternoon when final plans were made for the annual banquet which will be leld at the next meeting at the lome of Mrs. Chester Millard, March 10. Following the meeting, the hostess served a fine lunch. Â· National Tea Company Opens Food Store Here CLEAR LAKE--The National Tea company food store will open on West Main street Friday morn- ng at 8 o'clock with Lacy M. Potter, manager, in charge. Lee Joslyn, Manchester; Eddie Wald- ng, Des Moines, and Clint Ciin- :on, Cresco, are here to assist in the opening, but plan to leave within a few days. Manager Potter states that he expects to employ all local help as soon as he gets the store arranged and in running order. Mrs. Potter will arrive within a month's time and the couple will take an apartment for permanent residence here. They have no family. Some of the farmer members of the state legislature ought to be able to get a good laugh out of the labor bill that is to be presented establishing the length of a day at five hours and a week at 30 hours. --Linn, Kansj, Record. , Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Royal Neighbors lodge, I. O. O. P. hall, 8 p. m. Basketball, Clear Lake vs. Webster City, high school gym. Friday--Circle No. 4, Methodist aid, Mrs. J. A. Johnson, 516 East Main street, 2 p. m. Circle No. 1, Methodist aid, at church 1:30 p. m. W. L. A. M., Mrs. H. R. Peitzke all day. Linger Longer club, Mrs. Carl Bilker. 316 Clara street. Erirn Farm club, city hall, 7:30 p. m. Christian Workers, city hall, 2 p. m Legion Auxiliary Sewing circle Mrs. Conrad Pederson, Clara street, 2 p. m. U. Y. B. Card club, Mrs. Will Scherf, 221 South Second street. City council, city waterworks. District Declamatory contest, high school auditorium, 7:30 p. Tn. Circle No. 6, Methodist aid, Mrs. T. L. King, East Main street, 2 p. m. MRS. C, SITZER WILL READ PLAY Congregational Aid Group to Give Civic League Luncheons CLEAR LAKE--A play will be read by Mrs. Charles Sitzer at the annual open meeting of the Civic league Tuesday, March 2. The meeting will be held in the dining room of the * Congregational church and will be preceded by a 1 o'clock luncheon served by Pilgrim group No. .5 of the Congregational aid. The March meeting is in charge of the welfare committee of the league, the members of which are Mrs. A. B. Phillips, chairman, Mrs. R. R. Rogers, co-chairman, Mrs. R. B. Kennedy, Mrs. F. C. DeBruymand Miss Cynthia Taylor. Luncheon tickets may be obtained from any member of .the committee and reservations must be made by Monday noon. At the business session of the league the report of the nominating committee, Mrs. Sam' Kennedy, Mrs. H. N. Halvorson and Mrs. F. G. Atherton, will be heard and officers for the ensuing year be elected. Annual reports of all the standing 'committees will also be civpn. The business session is called tor 2:30 p. m. and the program will follow. Miss Esther Porter R e v e a l s Marriage to Robert C. Evans CLEAR LAKE--Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Esther Porter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orren Porter, 301 Winnie street, to Robert C. Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Evans, 608 Iowa's First Lady Misses Harlan Home Mrs. Nelson G. Kraschel, wife of Iowa's governor, is pictured above in two poses, taken in their apartment in a Des Moines hotel where they make their home, and where she presides as a gracious hostess.. Although .she finds it delightful, she misses .her family home at Harlan with her three sons around the dinner table. She cannot forget the spacious lawn and she would have to go to a park to find an identical setting in Des Moines. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) South Carolina avenue, Mason City. The ceremony was performed Jan. 22 in Albert Lea, Minn., with the Rev. B. L. Mocn, Methodist pastor, officiating. The couple was unattended. Mrs. Evans was graduated from Clear Lake high school and Hamilton's School of Commerce in Mason City and has been employed in the Northwest Savings bank of Mason City for the p'ast two and a half years. Mr. Evans, who was graduated from the Mason City high school and was formerly employed as a mechanic by Hay E. Pauley in Mason City, is now employed in Los Angeles, Cal., where Mrs. Evans will join him in the near future. Flush Poisons From Kidneys and Stop Getting Up Nights Be Healthier, Happier-live Longer When you can get for 35 cents a supremely efficient and harmless stimulant and diuretic that will flush from your kidneys the waste matter, poisons and acid that are now doing you harm, why continue to break your restful sleep by getting up through the night. Just ask your druggist for Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules--but be sure and get GOLD MEDAI-- right from Haarlem in Holland. Other symptoms of weak kidneys and irritated bladder are backache, puffy eyes, leg cramps, moist palms, burning or scanty passage. I 1 Â· i *M =1 -Â·^Â». ttoa a a a a a a a a a o a a o PHONE 922 FOR YOUR PROOF Trade in your old car troubles for new car performance w i t h a reconditioned and winterized car. THE PRICES OF ALL OUR CARS ARE PRINTED PLAINLY ON THE WINDSHIELD 1936 Ford Tudor, new 1937 motor. Ford hot air heater ( f c C n r and defroster. 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