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Mason City, Iowa
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MARCH is 1931 MASON CITY ;GLOBE-GAZETTE HELEN HENUR1CKS News Editor Residence Phone MOW HONOR STUDENTS OFFICE PHONE.. No. 839 Gpitirrii4tee s LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation'and Advertising · Residence Phone 67 Lake Helen Wurtzer, L. Baffington arid Amber Brown Are Highest Named. CLEAR LAKE,- ''March 13.-Forty-one students of,the Jocil high school-.were placed on the -honor roll for the first six weeks' period of the semester" : and three students ·received the highest average of "E" In alt of their subjects. They were Helen Wurtzer, Amber Brown and Lucille. Buff Ington..: The largest number on the roll were in the "E arid G" classification. They were: Charlotte Ames,' Dorothy Drew, Jeanyce Lambert, Lettie Park', Ruth Rich, Marjorie Ross, Mona ' Trainer, ' MelvlUe Hughes. Thorkel v Sondrbll, .Sara Briar, Miriam Brager, Mary Helen Brose, Lynette Comstock, Dorothy DeBruyn; Irene Gardner, Clotilde yPhlllippe Charlotte Chappell, 'CJretchen Bohning, Mary Ann Hughes, Kathryn Joslyn, Emma Larson, Madelyn. Miles, Eloise Sandry, Winifred .Sandry and Dorothy Sherman'. ·;'-.. . Those .in the ^"G" group were: Alice .Halvorson,.. Marguerite Halvorson, Marie Larson, Gehevieye Wrigh't, " Harold Anderson, Leslie Druley, Jane Druleyy D'orothy. Matson, Elvira plsori, Evangeliiie Gardner, Ednabelle Harms, "Rubh McGowan and Charlotte Wolf ord. Rotary Club Favors Limiting Carriers CLEAR-LAKE, March 13.--A..N. Anderson talked briefly to the Rotary club Thursday noon concerning limiting the load of common carriers on the highways. Upon his suggestion the cluo voted to draw up'a resolution of such nature to submit to the state legislature for action. Sam Kennedy, Jr., talked to the club concerning .his trip in the south this winter. Dr. A. S.. Dice presided during the absence of H. E. Freeman. ' ' ' Meetjojg tf Be Held ,,. .26 to; Make Plaris for ; -Supimer Season. ' ' . · { · CLEAR 'LAKE,.March 13.--Di rectors of the: Commercial club hel the [firstAineetlng of :ttie ,year Wed nesday 'evening-,; .making plans fbi the year:.: A general meeting of the Commercial; club is scheduled for Thursday, March 26, at which time the summerl, activities will be out lined and. the committees will sub mlt plans;.: H. E. Freeman and Ar thur Johnson are;in charge of the plans for this "meeting, ·, .Standing- committees for the year were- chosen by fjam'Kennedy, president of the; organization, at the directors' session. .They are: Band H. E. Freeman, H., N. Halvorson, F L. Knutson; convention, C. A. Knutson, E. H. Rich, 6. J. King; advertising, F. L. Palmer, Dr. A. S. Dice H. E.. Mason; Fourth of July, Arthur Johnson, H. H: Crane, Floyd Nesbit,. and ^Memorial day, E. .W Winnie,, Forde Lee' and J. H. Miller A temporary committee was appointed to -confer with the recreation-group of the Civic league In regard .to the maintenance of the tennis courts of the. city. Arthur Johnson _and . Harry Freeman were named on-this grottp.-. ; BALUCHElLE Martha Bruchner Entertains Group CLEAR LAKE, March 13.--Miss Martha. Bruchner ' entertained a groupjof friends Wednesday'. evening x at: :·',(*» , home- of her cousin, Mrs. ..»_j -..-*. .-?.. -. --- s,5ar»» ·Mrs? spent-infbrinally; aKS^wUch Carl .jSruchner and' Mrs. 1 ' Powers Rowe served. refreshments. Guests .included: Guida Underkofler, Dorothy Beal, Addle Miller, Cecil Colei Dorothy -Stork;; Kennetn Johnson, Kenneth Kopper, VV'eston'' Porter and Don Daley,- Mason City. Ed Swanson Family Honored by Church CLEAR.LAKE, March 13.--Mrs. Ed Swan son: was honored Thursday afternoon by a shower from the members of the. Zlon Lutheran Ladles Aid society. A, large quantity of fruit, foodstuff s,' clothing, several blankets and a purse of money were presented to the family. The Swansons lost all household goods and clothing In a fire a short time ago. A-short program was* given, followed by a lunch. Clear Lake Churches CONGREGATIONAL W. B. Milne, pastor Sunday school at 10 o'clock'. Church services at 11 o'clock. Subject, "The Reason in Religion."METHODIST J. K. lambleson, pastor. . , Sunday., school at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at · 11 olclock. Sub - ject, "Jesus and Life." Junior league at 2":30 o'clock. EpwoiOi league at .6:30 o'clock. C?ublic worship at 7:30 o'clock. The pastor will give an:-ill- lustrated lecture of "Beautiful Hawaii." ZION LUTHERAN. H. O. Urnesg, pastor Confirmation class 9:30 .o'clock Saturday morning. Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock: Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon theme "Leaven in the Lump," 1 Cor. 5:6-8. Junior Luther league Wednesday at- 7 o'clock. . Midweek Bible hour Wednesday at 8 o'clock. ' BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN S. M..Stenby, pastor Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Preaching service by the pastor in the Norwegian language at 11. Evening service in English at 7:30 in charge of the Mission society. Prayer meeting Thursdayat 7:30. CHURCH OF CHRIST I. O. O. F. hall M. A. Lowe, pastor Bible school, 10. o'clock, Frank Long, superintendent. Preaching and observance of Lord Supper, 11 o'clock. ' GOSPEL TABERNACLE Mrs. H. M. Bunsmoor and the,Rev. James Miller, pastors Sunday school at' 9:45 o'clock. Preaching at 11 o'clock. 'Evening services - at 7:30 o'clock. Prajfcr meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC J. V. BaccI, pastor Mass at 10 o'clock. Catechism and class of instruction for children and adults at 11 o'clock. . CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST North East street Bible school at 10 o'clock. Morning services at 11'o'clock. Wednesday services at 8 o'clock. Royal Barbers Vs^ Jefferson Smokers ib Be Feature Game of Week. CLEAR LAKE, March 13.^-One round-of baseball remains for the local leagues before league competl' tlon will take place.' The results of next week's games will determine the standings of the teams. The Tarrs' have -cinched the Sunset league with nine victories. Next in line is the Ritz 'Smokers, who have six wins.. Tarr's gave Kenyon's Dairy a display of : their speed on the diamond when they headed the total store,-27-to 3. '".'"'· Some- strife was shown "between Bryson and Ritz teams, the smokers taking second place in the league with a 10 to 6 victory. Kennedy's onion:,- growers \tledjlpr WitS^ttve i Kehyon milkmen ; by defeating the Pitspr legion,' 9 to 2. ' In games of the moonlight league Thursday the R6yal 'Barbers cinched second place '.byjdefeating the Flnd- aon's 4-H club,! 7 to 4V The barb~"; ' another 'chance to take ''· "";rson; Smokers in Tuesday's "·'· · ' ':2r. Wolford's defeated Perkins dairymen, 3 r to 1, in the fastest game of- the eyenlcg.:' The Co-Ops. were shown the fourth'rank by the Jefferson Smokers. The. games scheduled for next week*=;?\re: - Monday-^Bryson vs. Kenypn Dairy; I Kennedy vs. Ritz;. Tarr^s ' vs.."Pitsorv Tuesday night-Findson. 4-H. vs. Perkins; Wolf ord vs. Farmers' Co-Ops., and Jefferson vs. Royal Barbers. Standing- of teams: " SUNSET LEAGUE Won Lost Tarr . . , . . . ' . 9 o Ritz 6 S Pltsor . . . . . ' . i 4 5 Bryson 4 5 Kennedy -- ... ...-.'· 2 7 Kenyon's Dairy .... 2 7 MOONLIGHT LEAGUE %Von Lost Jefferson l Royal Barbers 7 2 Findson 4-H. 5 4 Farmers Co-Ops. : . . . . . . . 4 5 Wolford 2 7 Perkins Dairy . . . . " . . ' . . . ' 1 .- 8 Mrs. Lindon Hostess, at Bridge Luncheon CLEAR LAKE" March- 13. Mrs. Gregory Lindon, Jr., entertained a group at a 1-o'cjock luncheon Thursday afternoon'at the Lindon ranch south of Clear Lake/ Mrs; L. S. Dorchester received the prize for high score in bridge'and Mrs. F. L. Atherton received- second. Table decorations were carried out in St. Patrick's color's. TO Bi SUNDAY Woman Suffered Shock Afte Being in Poor Health for Long Time. CLEAR LAKE, March 13.--Fu for Mrs. L. L. Druley who. died at a Mason City hospita in Mason City Thursday noon, wl be held=at 2 o'clock. Sunday after noon at the Congregational church The shock.of he death of her 1 year old son. William^ ·who' die about two weeks ago, :made her con dition critical. She had been in fal Ing health several months. She wa taken to, the' hospital a few -day after William's funeral and'-stead ily became.worse. Sunday she.lapse into a coma from which she 1 neve awakened: · '. '.· ' ; ' ' . Mrs. Druiey, who was formerl Vera M. Tormey, was born-in Su perior,, .and was .the daighte of a ^wholesale merchant. Sha grev to womanhood In St. Paul attenc ing Central high school and Mac alester college m that city. A'sister Mrs. A.' H. Porter, resides In Min neapolis arid, a brother, Bristol-A Tormey, in .'St. Paul. Her husband two daughters, Jane and Alice,' ant two sons,. Leslie and'John, sufvlv her. ' .. - ' Clear Lake Briefs Apt for rent. Phone 133W. Fredrick Palmeter left this week "or Arlington,. S. Dak., where he wil superintend the construction' of a sewer for the Gjellfald Construction company. Kaffee Hag demonstration all day Saturday. Come In and have a cup Economy -Grocery, and Market. Albert Ertl' attended a heating school at · the Green Furnace' com pany,' Des Molnes, Wednesday and Thursday. W. Merle Anderson Mason City, accompanied himJ ..:We carry a complete line of fan belts. De. Bruyn Super Service Clear Lake. L Judge and Mrs. D. H. Catnpljal are. expected to return home Satur day .after, spending the winter In California; THril; -'G,:·:H.,Stunkard, Mali-le?Bu Chien; i.Wis,, Js-a houseguest at the home; of .her son : ahd"daughter-in law, Mr.' and Mrs.' Lyle Stunkard Mrs..,--. Albert Ertl entertained members of her Queen Esther Sun day-school 1 class Tuesday' evening it a dinner and ' treasure hunt 3ames"were also played. ; · Mr. and Mrs. P. ;E: WalUner, an jounce the arrival 'of a son born Thursday night at their farm north of Clear Lake. Mrs. F. '3. Cedarhohn, Ruthven arrived Thursday for a visit at the lome of -her sister, Mrs. A. N. Anderson, Division street. Dr. A. J. Cole accompanied C. R Wood to Des Moines Friday on a mslness trip. Play, "Antiques," Is Given for Altrurians CLEAR LAKE, March 13.--The potluck luncheon of the Altrurian club Thursday .at the home of Mrs. jyle Stunkard was carried but in St. Patrick''decorations. Green larnatloris in bud vases, placecard PARK THEATER '*· , · CLEAR L.VKE ' : ,"' FRIDAY "LOTTERy BRIDES" .'·~ - SATTJBDAT BUCK JONES In W«-latest acHon.hit "DESERT VENGEANCE" BINrTTN-TIN SEBIAI, SUJIDAY ^~ "EASIEST WAY" JVofa Cnw TchenYouUst, YITCHEN MENZER te ONLY DIRT LUTHERANS WILL MEET MARCH ,16 Fort Dodge District of Iowa Conference to Con: ; ; VejieHere. ··'The 'March- nieetlng , o f 'the Fort IJodge; district of the Iowa Lutheran: conference, jvKl ihe : htld In the Immanuel: Lutheran' church of this city, Monday'., and-.Tuesday, March 16 ana 17^ Ten .pastors-will take part.: 'The Lenten th'eme' will predominate: in all the service*. ' will open ; oh Monday evening at 8 o'clock \vith a service of-worship at .which, the Rev. O, T. Erfckspn, pastor of the Bethlehem Lutheran church of Port-Dodge and the Rev. Waldo Ekeberg, Dayton will preach, Their themes will be "A Vision of Victory" and "What WiH You -Do With Jesus ?" Tuesday, forenoon will be devoted to a business session. In the aftet- noon at 2:30 there will be a discussion on the subject, "The Cross of Christ," with a five-fold development of the discussion. The Rev. D. Verner Swanson of Gowrle will present the theme, 'The Cross Satisfies the Law's Demands." . The Rev. S. F. Hammarloff of Manson will. present the Cross of Christ as "Central ,to the Christian Faith" The Rev.. C. A. Benander of Forheroy will .discuss the cross as "Our Best Argument in Prayer." The Rev. E,,J. Carlson's theme will be "The Cross as tne Basis of the New Life." The; Rev. O. N. Ebb of Burnside.·will close the discussion with ''The Cross Feeds Our Hunger for Righteousness." At the evening service on Tuesday the: preachers "will he the Rev. Anton Cinder, of Odebolt, and the Rev.. Anton Chell, of- Stratford, whose themes.will be "The Atonement and the Christian Life" and ''Our Scrutiny of Self." · The Rev. Waldo : Ekeberg-, of Dayton, is president of the district. and the food suggested the Irish Celebrity. The play, "Antiques," ,was presented by Mrs. M. L. Thayer, Mrs. ?red Rogers and Mrs. R. E. McFar- ane, Who directed its production. VIrs. Fred Rogers and Mrs. E. H. Nea! served the luncheon. Bridge followed the short pro- jram, Mrs. George Knutson recelv- ng- high score and -Mrs., M. L. Thayer, consolation. The only guest was Mrs. C. H. Stunkard, Prairie du Chien, Wis., a houseguest of Mrs. Stunkard. AT THE HOSPITALS Miss Helen Hyland, 216 Washing ton avenue northwest, was admittec to.P'ark hospital for a minor operation Thursday. ' ; ' : A seven pounds and four ounce son was. born ., to Mr. arid Mrs Charles Gunderson,, 924 Delaware avenue northeast, at Mercy-hosplta' Thut-sday. _ : . . : ; ' . Mrs. W. T. Hageboeck.-lowa City was'admitted to Mercy hospital for a mijor operation Thursday.'. ..; Mrs. ,W. P., Merkel, 69 River heights drive, was . admitted to Park, hospital for a minor operation Thursday. . · . Mrs. O: K. Maben, Garner,'waa admitted to Park hospital'for treatment Thursday. · . . . ' . V Mrs. ; James Hrubetz, KensetL, was admitted to Park- hospital for examination arid treatment Thursday. Charlie 'Arnendt, Rockwell, was admitted to Park hospital for-treatment. Thursday. ' - - · - ' Hans W. Kofoot, 116 Second street southwest, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Thursday. . . . ; ' - ' · ' ·' N '. Clarence WIstey, Clear Lake, was admitted-to Mercy hospital for a major operation Friday. ' . Juanita Schaffer, Rockwell, wa: admitted to Mercy .hospital for treatment Friday. Dale. Davenport, Crystal Lake, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Friday. Pas'cequal Lopez, 732 Jackson avenue southwest ,was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Thursday. ,'.-' . ' : · · · · .'.'.' Thurley. Joan Thompson, Northwood, .who has been at Park nos- pltal for examination, was dismissed Thursday.' Berton Davis, Northwood, who underwent a major , operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Thursday. . . Bluhm Service to be at 1:30 O'Glock Saturday Funeral services for Mrs. Clara Lentz Bluhm, 1223 President avenue northwest, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Church of Christ. A short prayer service will be heid at the home at 1:30 o'clock Saturday where the body will remain until time for the service at the church. Mrs. Bluhm is survived by her husband, Henry F. Bluhm, her father, George W. Lantz, who lived with her, a daughter, Grace Ann, 18 months old;, three brothers, Ray Lantz, 725 Delaware avenue northeast; Charles Lantz, 734 Birch drive; Harry Lantz, 308 Sixth street United Fruit Go. Phone 749 33 E. STATE Free Delivery ORANGES, SEEDLESS Florida, Sweet Juicy , , ,LO LBS. 49c GRAPEFRUIT ;Sweet and Juicy 5 and 6 FOR 25c POTATOES, Idaho Russets, 100 Ib. sacks . ....... 51.39 BANANAS. 4 pounds ---- .......... ....... ...... 25c F,RESH SPINACH, 3 pounds . . . . . . ____ . . . ____ . . . . 25c DELICIOUS: APPLES, 4 pounds . ...... ....... 25c RADISHES. YOUNG ONIONS, bunch ____ -. ....... 5c SUGAR, Cane, 10 pounds . ____ . . '. ____ .......... ..55c CARROTS, BEETS, TURNIPS, 3 bunches . _______ ..25c Strawberries, Fresh Asparagus, Peas, Rhubarb, Artichokes, Avocados, Mushrooms, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Parsley, Cauliflower. _ Monarch Corn, Wax Beans. Beets. Carrots. Peas. Medium Size cans ......... . .......... iQc Monarch Preserves ---- 29c Monarch Cocoa, Ib. tin 25c Monarch Catchup lOc and 19c Monarch Chili Sauce 25c Monarch Early June Peas No. 2 can 15c Monarch Tomatoes No. 2 can 15c MRS. BARCLEY'S HOME-MADE BAKED GOODS Saturday Meat Specials Low Prices at A P Markets 201 NORTH FEDERAL 122 SOUTH FEDERAL Beef Pot Roasts, tender, Ib. ...... 9c Beef Ribs, boil or roasting, Ib.. .7i/ 2 c Pnrk X"uiK s To 5 AVERAGE, LB Pork Chops, young pig, Ib. ...... 15c Home-Made .__ 25c Pork Sausage, home-made, Ib.. .71/20 Hamburger, fresh ground, Ib. . . .7i/ 2 c AP FOOD STORES The Great Atlantic A Pacific Tea Co. MID %vi2ioN iau ' 13 southwest; three step-sons, Edward Bluhm, at home; Otho Bluhm, Mus- kegan, Mich.; Benton Bluhm, In the marines, a step-daughter, Mrs. Normal Callahan, Austin, Mlnn^ and a sister, Mrs. SImonsen, Janesville. Nearly Million Dollars Worth of Jewels Stolen PAUI BEACH, Fla., March 13. UP)--A statement from the office of the sheriff-of Palni Beach county this afternoon said jewels estimated to be worth $650,000 to ?75 0,000 VTAFFOfllFE WTS Rarebit Sauce 'Make · cream sauce wilh I Y! ubk flour. I !/2 t»bk butter. I cup milk. % tea*, salt; wherj thickened add / 2 cup good cheese. Stir until chceae meha. Pour over MAC-RO-NETS. brown slightly in oven. were stolen last night or early today from a safe In 'the Palm Beach store of Charlton and company, New York Jewelry firm. Typical parents are those who fear the worst when daughter falls In love with a worthless kid aa her mother did.--Fountain Inu Tribune. WHIN IT M A I N S - I T POURS G-R-U-P-P PACKING HOUSE MARKET 401 S. Federal Meat Prices Effective From March 7 to March 14 Smoked Picnics, Ib. Hams, whole or Half Shoulder Pork whole, Ib Veal Stew, choice, Ib. ,,..,, Sausage, per Ib : ·Hamburger, per Ib Bacon, whole ·or half, Ib Beef Roast, choice, Ib Lard, pure, Ib : Rib Boil, pound Veal . ' f rtl Roast, Ib M.M CHOICE POULTRY 8 9' 18 C COFFEES FROM CENTRAL AMERICA Different! Twice The Richness Twice The Flavor LGE FFEE V A C U U M P A C K E D ©F.C.C.. ^B W*2%(f^HTlfT%T^"1 tf~*C^ INC ' 3PHO-._j ui/i - in«=; vjr^nfru Trmpr^ijti 105 SOOTH FEDERAL BEEF ROAST Young Tender, Ib. BEEF RIB Boiling, Roasting, Ib. VEAL' TM*TM. Roast IB. 10 COTTAGE CHEESE ib. 6 NUT S un "j Brand OLEO ib. 12 Fresh Smoked Picnic ib 12 PORK LIVER ib Sliced 5 LINK ES «| f- Sausage I D c HORSE RADISH 6 oz. Bottle 10c MASON CITY FRUIT COMPANY PHONE 320 OPPOSITE POSTOFPICE Saturday Specials FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER, pound .28c ORANGES Sunkist, ^Large Size D OZ .25c 40c GRAPEFRUIT Large Size 5 ^ 25c POTATOES New Graded No. 1 Pk 25c Bu .95c Apples, 4 Ibs .25c | Fresh Spinach, 3 Ibs.. .25c FRESH BEETS. TURNIPS, GREEN ONIONS. GREEN PEPPERS, bunch 5c SUGAR in Cloth Bags, 10 Ibs. 55 C Red Pitted CHERRIES 16 OZ. CAN 13c Royal Anne CHERRIES GALLON 53c BLUEBERRIES GALLON 78c Fresh Peas, Ib. .'...... lOc [ Fresh Strawberries FRESH VEGETABLES--Cauliflower, Mustard Greens, Brokoli, Carrots, Head Lettuce, Celery, New Cabbage, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Endives. MRS. BARCLEY'S HOME BAKING SOLD HERE FREE DELIVERY .. . PHONE 320

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