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March 10, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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r FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CLUB IS SPONSOR A* * ·% · w * in * 1 1 A OF 3 DAY CIRCUS |EagleScou t Ra n k to Jay Gould Outdoor Attraction Will Open 1939 Season at Lake CLEAR LAKE--Paul Anderson, Boy Scout in troop No. 17, Clear Lake, was approved for the rank of Eagle Scout at the special board of review held at Scout headquarters in Mason C i t y Thursday evening. Robert Buchanan and Lewis Cummings, assistant scoutmasters in troop No. 1, Mason City, were approved for the rank of Life Scout and Kenneth Eaton of troop No. 8 for the rank of Star Scout. The Rev. William Galbreth served as chairman of the board of review. He was assisted by S. L. Rugland and V. P. Coyle. CLEAR LAKE--The Clear Lake Commercial club voted to sponsor the appearance in Clear Lake of the Jay Gould outdoor circus for the opening of the 1939 season on June 2, 3 and 4. The attraction, booked Thursday night, called "A Million Dollar Spectacle" with 150 professional entertainers, featuring the mummified remains of J o h n "Wilkes Booth, murderer of Lin-i-*.- » » o r * coin. Mr. Gould's show guarantees iVlr., LVuS. D. f . $1,000 to anyone disproving the I - - ' -· mummy's authenticity. Other features of the outdoor circus will be "Baby Mine," the A(uL AyirNvpycarV state fair elephant purchased by|UUin rtnilivethdiy children's dimes and nickels, the 325 million candlepower Holly-, --i--;-. - - . ·* ^ t ·wood Kleig lights to be flashed B; *"· Baker, who reside east of across the skies for a radius of 50 Clear Lake on highway No. 106 miles to attract motorists from I kept open _house to friends and adjoining towns, reserved seats, and all midway rides and shows Keep Open House oh neighbors Thursday in observance of their BOth wedding anni- confined to the center of Main street to provide an open flow of traffic and avoid blocking of store windows. [ versary. The house was filled with callers all afternoon. Refreshments were served by the daughters, Mrs. Elgar Haight and Miss For a 'limited period, members Bessie Baker, assisted by Mrs. of the Music Mothers will handle Verne Baker and Miss Netha - - · - · · ' Moorehead. T h e guests broughl many gifts of flowers, cards and other remembrances. the sale of dance tickets for the Gould show. Clear Lake Congratulates---I] 1 Romane Humphrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Humphrey, whose 10th birthday anniversary was March 10. Pat Nissen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Nissen, whose llth birthday anniversary was March 10. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Jacobson, 609 North Sixth street, whose 31st wedding anniversary was March 10. Larry Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Carter, who was 3 years old March 10. Congratulations items are news hence ihey are published TrUhout charge. If f 033tble please phone your Item* to ?33 tile day before publication. R. Knutson Becomes Rotary Club Member CLEAR LAKE--Ralph Knutson who recently purchased the Knut son Hardware store, was wel corned as a new member of th Rotary club at the regular noo meeting held Thursday at I. O. O F. hall. Howard Beverstock, Wa terloo, was a guest of C. F. Cran and Marion Olson, Mason City was a visiting Hotarian. Th round table discussion oJ change of interest to different lines o business was continued for the third week. Next Thursday evening the Mason City Rotary club will be guest of the local organi- MRS. SID HILL DIES AT LAKE Aged Resident Is Survived by Five Sons, One Daughter CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Martha Hill,. 74, widow of Sid Hill, died at the G. L. Patterson home at 5:30 o'clock Friday morning after a brief illness. She is survived by five sons, Ray and Clarence, Clear Lake; Archie arid Foster, Harj- lontown; and Harold, Harvey, N. Dak., and one daughter, Mrs. Bert Sandry, New Folden, Minn. Four sisters also survive. The body is at Ward's undertaking parlors. Funeral arrangements are not yet complete but the rites will not be held before Monday. The body is at Ward's undertaking parlors. 'Can Living, Dead Communicate)" Is Theme of Lecture CLEAR LAKE--"Can the-Liv- ng Communicate With the Dead?" vill be the topic of the lecture to be given by Ralph Combes, Mason City, at the Lakeside church Sunday evening, March 12. Colored jictures- will be shown to illus:rate the subject. In spite of unfavorable weather last Sunday evening a number were presen' to hear the lecture, "1,000 Years of Peace." Favorite gospel songs are sung at the opening of each meeting. Mr. Combes cordially invites all interested persons to attend the meetings. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 U you do not receive your paper call 23d: alter 6 p. m. call 313-W Deadline for locals, classified, find display ads la 11 a. m.. dally. Theatre page deala* If 6 p. m. of th* day befoi* publication. TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Phone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 513-W HOLD RITES FOR AGED RESIDENT Mrs. H. Nelson, 82, Buried at Ventura; 4 Children Survive CLEAR LAKE--Funeral serv- Clear Lake as Home City Is New Committee's Goal "Greater Clear Lake" Bureau Is Authorized By Commercial Club at Cedar Falls. She was also a member of the W. R. C. and of the Linger Longer club. Besides Mrs. Clausen, Mrs. Nelson is survived' by two other daughters, Mrs. Albert Goodling, 1 Ventura, and Mrs. Harold Carring- Mite Society Has Meeting in Church CHESTER--Mrs. Forrest Stintz entertained the Mite society of th M. E. church Wednesday aftenoon After the business session a socia hour was enjoyed. The hostess served lunch. HOBBY SHOW IS CLUB'S PROJECT Altrurian Group to Hold Second Annual Event-April 12-14 . CLEAR LAKE--Discussion of promote Clear Lake as a residen- preliminaries for the second annual tial community, was authorized ho j,by show to be held April 12, CLEAR LAKE--Creation Of a Greater Clear Lake Committee, to COMMERCE CLUB LAUNCHES YEAR Three-Hour Business Session Follows Dinner Meeting CLEAR LAKE--Appointment at a committee to seek a new post- office for Clear Lake was one of the many actions taken by members of the Commercial club during a three hour session Thursday evening. Other actions included: A resolution authorizing the president to appoint a 10 man Greater Clear Lake committee whose duty it will be to administer a five year campaign pro- ducted the rites and burial was in Ventura cemetery. Six grandsons, Orville, Fordyce and Shirley Goodling, Halgar and Vlerrcll Clausen and Eugene Sor- flaten were to act as pallbearers, nephews. Clear Lake Briefs Every member of the board of education and its officers and the moting Clear Lake as a city of permanent homes. Adoption of a commercial club budget of $2,500 for the year. Promote Lake Dredging' ,,.,, - 1 afternoon at the home ot Mrs. B. StiUman. The resolution au-1 M er j e Grodland. Departments, di- Granting the American Legion thoriies W. H. Ward, president of v j s j Ons entries and many other I permission to conduct a Legion the Commercial club, to appoint I Details wero brought up and two child welfare tag day all over the Thursday night by the Commercial club membership. The action took place follow- 13 a ^ d 14 was ^ e j^n order of business at the regular meeting of Aitrurian club held Thursdax ing a resolution introduced by E. a f ternoon at the home of Mrs. - .LJ.UI*,!! »» bi,«« »«· * - ~ ~ -- i · *.««,,.--.-- -- - i t _ - i if present. In case they did not faculty of both grades and high ' · · ! "- --= ·* ··«·=*·»·'«! arrive, other relatives would act. Born in Denmark y^w^rm^^^ Burns voca- Irs Jack Kuns and Miss Evelyn tional home economics instructor, Peterson arranged the flowers. directed .members of toe ad- Henrietta Hansen was born May vanced homemakmg class m 19 1857, in Denmark and came serving. A social hour completed to'the United States with friends j the evening. when a young woman, stopping first with her brother at Anthon. a 10 man committee at once which shall include each year's club president as an ex-officio member of the committee. The main articles of the resolution provide: To Appoint CommWee mlj ^ xl . ^^ j,,,,,,.,,.,, ,,,,, the president of the Clear lesson on "Hollywood, Motion Pic- of the groups into which the club has been divided reported having earned their shares of the necessary funds to finance the project. The other two will hold some form of benefit shortly. Mrs. E. H. Neal presented the zation and will present the program. The dinner will be served at the Congregational church. and spent all her married lif Iowa, living at Clear Lake, Ventura and Cedar Falls. Mr. Nelson died at Cedar Falls Feb. 1, 1928, since which time Mrs. Nelson lived with her daughters. Member of W. R. C. Mrs. Nelson was confirmed in the Lutheran faith and was a member of the Lutheran church school, with wives and husbands, L a k:e Commercial club appoint a i . d f.,wi c 55 in all, attended a dinner served committee of 10 men to be known . t at the home economics rooms | as the Greater Clear Lake com-' - J mittee which shall organize itself, operate and have for its objective, duties and functions substantially as herein set forth. The committee will operate over a period of five years. It will , ^se at least $1,000 annually for ^^ H1MkI1D » af . , E. E. But* for school board. Your fcve years to carry on its work. RELIGIOUS THEME "· will be appreciated. lts mam activity will be the Mrs . -\vill Rich presented the Joe Dehr was initiated to|PTMTM^ D « £t ^ r »r TM * *[*. "We Look at Religious De- membership of the R at the close. _ mercial club. It will publish book- C. E. Lantz went to pes M_oines \ j ets ar)( j advertising promotii Clear Lake as a summer resort. pinions," bring_ _ on pictures approved, current events connected with the picture industry I and incidents in the lives of the I actors. "AH Ashore" is the topic for the I lesson March 23. * * * CLUB MAKES USE OF M A S O N C I T Y "Suit Time is Here" and ThatMeans-BLOUSES- Ask to see the "HOBO" shirt blouse, also the ever popular shirtwaist blouse in varied patterns. All the floral colors as well as the gypsy colors in plaids and stripes or plain. This price gives you a chance to plan for more than one color scheme. STREET FLOOR Favorites in ROUGH STRAW 2.95 They're getting terribly scarce, good- looting rough ttrawi, and ttt something of wi achievomant io offer them at $2.95. Lots of pretty veil trimmings. Rowers and femlnme bowi. Friday on business. Mrs. Lantz plans to go Saturday to Perry where she will visit at the Waiter Scott resilience for 10 days. Special Aromax gasoline. Gasoline Alley station, 214 So. St. George Osbornc, who had been at Mercy hospital in Mason City years, several days with an infection, returned home Thursday. He is much improved and sits up part of the time. C. W. Butts for well drilling, pump, windmill repair. Ph. 606-W. H. L. Erickson, rural mail carrier, has been off duty a couple of days with flu. Free instructions with yarn. Knit Shop. Phone 100. Mrs. A. B. Watson is seriously ill at her apartment in the A. B. Phillips residence. George Nunn, Des Hloines, is visiting Mrs. C. E. Lantz and other relatives at Mason City. 3 Atlas tires reg-. price, 4th only 1C. Peterson Standard Sta. Theodore Johnson, r e s i d i n g north of Clear Lake, who has been ill for a long time, is in a erious condition. Mrs. C. C. Ross, who is ill at Park hospital, Mason City, with jneumonia, was in a critical condition Friday noon. Mrs. Earl Eastman was a guest of the Stitch and Chatter club which met at the home o£ Mrs. George Hugh Thursday for sewing and visiting. Lunch was served at the close. Mrs. Chris Larson will entertain in two weeks. Paint close-outs at Bass Pharmacy, priced at cost. Mrs. T. A. Hein was a substitute Subscriptions taken for money ...all be with the provision that no subscription shall be collected unless at least subscriptions in the aggregate shall be pledged in the amount of 1,000 each year for five he work of Communists in the United States today. She also *00--Special Curtain Sale- .$1.00 Priscilla Curtains Figured grenadines and pin dot marquisettes. Extra wide with wide ruffles. All 2 1 /) yards long, in all colors. Cottage Sets Ruffled or tailored, clever, refreshing patterns in fine qualities of voile and grenadine. Your choice in many colors at $1,00 Lace Panels Rough weaves in 45 inch widths. Also in two lengths-- 2V4 or 2'/2 yards long. All tops finished ready to hang. Your choice of French ecru or white. $1.00 JOHNFREY.85, BURIED W LAKE Aged Resident Is Survived by Widow, 5 Children, Brother CLEAR LAKE-- Funeral services for John Frey, 85, who died early Tuesday morning at his home, 310 East Main street, following a heart attack, were held Friday afternoon with the Rev. G. L. Morgan, Windom, Minn., assisted by the Hev. Paul Freligh, Mason City, in charge. A brief prayer service at the house was followed by rites at the Gospel Tabernacle. Williams, funeral home made the arrangements and burial was in Clear Lake cemetery. Born in Illinois Pallbearers were Henvy Dunsmoor, James Peterson, P. J. Pederson, John Miles, H. A. Lyons and C. A. Knutson. Mrs. Irvin Lee and Mrs. Hazel Dunsmoor, with Mrs. Dunsmoor playing the organ, sang "Hock of Ages," "He Hideth My Soul," and "Face to Face." Mrs. Gertrude Bice and Mrs. Sam Severson arranged the flowers. Mr. Frey was born Jan. 10, dwelt upon the need in present imes, of religious development among young people of the cities. :n keeping with the Lenten season Bible verses were used for roll call. Mrs. S. J. Nelson will be hostess March 23 with Mrs. Carrie Watts leading the lesson on "Life of Christ in Art." Fourth of July, to help the Legion raise funds for sending the Clear Lake Drum and Bugle corps to the state convention. Alioting $100 of the club's budget to aid in promoting the lake dredging appropriation bill now in the legislature. To meet regularly once a month on the last Thursday of each month for the remainder of the club year. To Regulate Handbills To support a bill in the Iowa legislature which exempts all wages up to and including $15 a week, and 90 per cent of all wages over $15 a week. Referring regulation o£ distribution of handbills to Thorkel Sonrol, Jr., and committee. H. N. Halvorson, secretary and treasurer of the Clear Lake Federal Savings and loan association, outlined the association's scope and function to club members, preceding a resolution on permanent homes introduced by E. B. Stillman. MEN LOVE GIRLS WITH MEMBERS LONG ABSENT ATTEND W. R. C. CIRCLE Mrs. Hattie Halvor, a member who has been unable to attend for more than a year, was present at the W. R. C. circle meeting held Thursday at the home of Mrs. Julia Cobb. Mrs. Charles Eddy, who has also been absent several months, was present. Mrs. Heid of Manly was a guest of Mrs. E. E. Strong and Miss Thelma' Peterson, Chapin, and Mrs. Ned Blackmore were other guests. A picnic dinner was served, the quilt project was discussed and the traveling basket sent on. Quotations were used for roll call. Several were absent because of illness but 21 attended. MRS. JENS WIND IS CIKCtrE HOSTESS Mrs. G. E. Wallin led devotions and Mrs. Harry Ely the Bible lesson for Trinity circle of the Zion Lutheran aid at its meeting held at the home of Mrs. Jens Wind Thursday. Mrs. C. A. Lomen was a guest and lunch was served. Several members could not attend because of illness. The next meeting will be April 13. tf you are peppy and full of lun, men wfll invite you to dkacea and parties, BUT if you »rc croes, liatlesa and tired; men won't be interested. Men don't like "cruiet" girls. When they go to partiw they Want eirla along ipbo are full of pep. So in case you need a good «cw*ai Byvtem tonic, remember for 3 generationfl one woman h»-T totd another how to go "BmilijiK thru" with Lydia E. Finkham'a VeeeUbfo Compound. It helps build tip_ more physical reaistacce and thua aids In giving you more pep and lessens distress from lemale funo- taooal disorders. You'll find Pinkham'g ComDOnna WELL WORTH TKYING1 SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING Pick-up and Delivery Phone 788 or 789' Pastel Curtains Dainty colors for your bedrooms in fine marquisettes and grenadines, all with ball fringes. $1.00 INLAID LINOLEUM REMNANTS Fine assortments in fancy block patterns. Jaspe embossed and plain in heavy quality--just right to cover a table top--pantry or entrance hall floors. Reg. $1.98 per sq. yd. Now 75c per sq. yd. in 3x6 lengths. f MEZZANINE FLOOR 1IIEI M A S O N C I T Y player and also won high score prize at the meeting of the E. T. C. Bridge club held at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Brown. Mrs. Brown served lunch at the close. Mrs. Pat Lynch will be hostess March 22, a day ahead of the regular date. Save money on your wallpaper purchases. Get your coupon at Bass Pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. John Young, Clarion, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. \V. W. Fox Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Bowman left Thursday afternoon for Rochester, Minn., where she will spend the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. L, J. Allen and family. Mrs. Lee Boy d, \vho was ill with flu a few days, is able to be out again. Your vote for my candidacy Jn the school election March 13 will be appreciated.--Frank Barlow. The Rev. Ida O. Ilelgcn of the Good Will mission, Mason City will preach at the Gospel Tabernacle Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. H. Chris Nelson, Central City 1854, at Peoria, 111., and came to Mankato, Minn., with his parents when a boy. In 3881 he was married to Miss Amelia Beice at Mapleton, Minn., and they later moved to Hancock, Minn., and came to Clear Lake in 1914 where they resided the remainder of their lives. Had 11 Grandchildren Mrs. Frey died on May 26, 1925, and on Feb. 5, 1931, Mr. Frey was united in marriage to Miss Belle Olson, Clear Lake, who survives, five children, Mrs. Edward Hume, Reuben Frey and Mrs. Charles Doughty, all of Saskatchewan, Canada, and Milton A. Frey and Mrs. Lloyd Brose, Northfield, Minn., a brother, Fred Frey, Mapleton, Minn., and 11 grandchildren also survive. ' Mr. Frey was a regular attendant of services at the Gospel Tabernacle. PRESENTS LESSON ON IRISH FOLKLORE Mrs. J. B. Calhoun led the lesson on Irish folklore at a meeting of the Friendly Neighbor club held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ray Sandry with Mrs. Frank Siesseger as a guest. Fourteen members were present and lunch was served. Mrs. Paul Rader will be hostess April 13. GLASSES TO FIT YOUR EYES Styles to Fit Your Face Prices to Fit Your Tocketbook Terms You Can Afford to ray Nebr., arrived Wednesday evening to attend funeral services for hi mother, Mrs. Henrietta Nelson Friday afternoon. Your vote for E. E. Ludwig in school election March 13 will b appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Witkc, who have spent several weeks in California, were scheduled to start for Clear Lake Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gay Stenby and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stenby, Minneapolis, Minn., are expected to come Saturday to spend the weekend with their father, the Rev. S. M. Stenby and other relatives. I will appreciate your support In the school election March 13.-Floyd Kimball. Several' new numbers ·were added to the program of the Music Mothers Play night program to be held at the high school auditorium Friday evening. Events were to start promptly at 7:30 o'clock. Luther League will meet at 6 o'clock Sunday evening at the Zion Lutheran church for a lunch and Townsend Club No. 3 Members Hear Solos Miss Violet Bellows, Miss Marion Dillon and Robert Searles sang solos at the meeting of Townsend No. 3 club Wednesday evening. P i a n o accompaniments w e r e played by Miss Irene Downs and Mary Tremaine. Miss Eva Cornwell, advisory board secretary, announced that the membership campaign will end March 22, with a luncheon. Mrs. Edith Biackwell will be chairman. The next meeting of the club will be Wednesday. Compliments Mrs. C. F. Crane at Party CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. H. H. Crane entertained a group of friends at a 1 o'clock luncheon Thursday complimentary to Mrs. C. F. Crane whose birthday anniversary it was, Mrs. Crane received a number of gifts in recognition of the event. A St. Patrick's theme was carried out in the table decorations. The time was spent in playing contract and Chinese Checkers and prizes were awarded. COMPLETE Optical Service GOOD LOOKS... Arc Preserved by Relieving Eye Strain and Avoiding Wrinkles. M A C E S Smith Optical Co. -2i EAST S T A T E Lenten program in charge of the stewardship committee of which Miss Helen Lomen is chairman. J. H. Woodstock, 88, is seriously ill at his home, 418 South Second street, Mrs. Ernest Garlock was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, Thursday evening suffering witti a broken right ankle. Mrs. Garlock, who lives at 1014 South Fourth street, had been uptown in the evening and was nearly home I when she fell. Her cries were heard by Ethon Wilder who got! help to assist her home. Doctors estimate that she will be unable to walk for at least three months. Mr. and Sirs. George Kabrick and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moretz attended the funeral of their brother-in-law's father, Ludwig Steffenson at Forest City Thursday. - Now Is the Time For Spring DYEING AND CLEANING Phone 396 MASON CITY DYERS CLEANERS

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