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NINE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 3 Â·Â§ 1936 Clear Lake Churches ZION ENGLISH LVJTHEUAN Sunday school at 9:45. Morning worship at 11, sermon by Christian Lystig of the Lutheran Theological, seminary, St Paul. Music by junior and senior choirs, Mrs. J. J. 'McCormick directing. Communion at 7:30 Wednesday night with the Rev. H. E. Oakland of Fertile, officiating. Confirmation class Saturday at 9.--H. 0. Urness. pastor. CONGKKGATIONAL Church school at 10. Church worship at 11 with Lenten selections by the adult choir. The sermon theme is "Via Folorosa--Life's Pathway Through Suffering." Special program for Congo club 6:30--H. E. Blough, pastor. at F R E E CARBURETOR and FUEL PUMP TEST Central Auto Electric Co. 23 First Street S. E. Next to Fire Station PHONE 494 F1KST M. E. CHURCH Confirmation class Saturday at 10 Church school at 9:45. Morning worship at 11, subject, "On Three Hills Far Away." Choir in special Easter music, directed by Clara Metcalf. Evening worship at 7:30. Special services will be held during Passion week, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights. Easter cantata Sunday evening, April 19 r; r B. W. Riner, pastor. CHUKC'H OF CIUUST SCIENTIST North East street. Bible school 10. Morning services at 11, theme "Unreality." Wednesday services at GOSPEL TABEKNACLE Sunday school at 10. Morning services at 11. Christian Endeavot at 6'30' evening service at 7:30 prayer meeting every Wedncsda; evening at 7:30.--Mrs. H. M. Duns moor ar.d James Miller, pastors. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC First mass at 8 o'clock. Secom mass at 10 o'clock. Confessions wil be heard Saturday evening at 7:45 --E, J. Supple, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST I. 0. O. F. hall. Bible school at 10 Communion service at 11.--Mrs Amy Walters S. S. Supt. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN No services at the church Sunday.--S. M. Stenby, pastor. Correct this sentence: "Don't want a thing, senator," said the constituent: "just dropped in to pay my respects."--Lincoln Star. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Adverting Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 Yes .. . Saturday is the final day of our LOWE BROS. FACTORY PAINT DEMONSTRATION Painting experts from the Lowe Bros. Factory will he in our store all day Saturday and Saturday evening to demonstrate easy and effective ways of redecorating your home. Come in with YOUR paint problems, the men will gladly assist you--no obligation. LAKERS ARE IN MUSIC CONTEST Piano Solo by Marguerite Kennedy Judged Excellent. CLEAR LAKE--Music contestants arc competing for sub-district honors at trie three day contest held at Britt Thursday. Friday and Saturday. Marguerite Kennedy, p i a n i s t played in the contest Thursday afternoon, competing with 18 others in this one event, and was given Â· ranking of excellent. The girls' sex let with a personnel of Kathleen Newman, Helen Lomen, Klare Me Cormick. Marguerite Kennedy, Loi: Peterson and'Lcona Eliascn, com pcted Thursday night with 2! others and received a ranking o good. Those appearing Friday morning are Jeanne Beckncr with oboe solo, , baritone bass solo by Bill Kennedy ! in which there arc 13 entries and i contralto -solo by Klare McCormick. 1 In the afternoon local contestants are: Dean Brox. trumpet solo; brass sextet, and boys' trio in which there , are 11 schools competing. In the evening local contestants are Bob Brose with tenor solo and Helen Lomen with soprano solo. On the program Saturday morning are Patricia HuFhaw in trombone solo. Adolph Luker with tuba solo and Naomi Pine with baritone horn solo. In the afternoon arc the gins glee club in which there are 10 entries and mixed chorus. Clear Lake competes with bands from Clarion Britt, Hampton and Northwood at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening. Towns represented in the contest are- Armstrong, Northwood, Laki Mills. Hampton. Clear Lake, Gar ner. Titonka. Thompson, Swca City Rockwell. Renwick, Luverne, Fores City Clarion, Buffalo Center. Britt Beimpnd, Latimer. Klemme, Joice Goldficld. Corwith. Burt. Wesley Woden. Eagle Grove, Manly, Harr.p ton Sheffield. Hanlontown, Arm strong, Kensett, Fertile and Maso City. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS We Have a Free Gift for You! Adult visitors to the Paint Department Saturday will re- 'ceive a Free can of Lowe Bros. Quick Drying Enamel. Special Low Prices in Our Paint Department t.Mrrie Van NESS Better hurry! Your pick of the | many beautiful patterns in wail- japer at Bass Pharmacy. Robert Stenby, Minneapolis, is spending several days in Clear Lake where he was called by the death of his grandmother. Mrs. S. M. Stenby. West Division street. Take advantage of the near cleaning season and select your wallpaper now. Bass Pharmacy. The Clear Lake Poultry Improvement club xvill convene Monday evening at the S. J. Ott home, the first meeting- since January. A program is planned and members will bring dishes, sandxvichcs, cake or cookies. Swiss steak, Swiss roasts and round steak. 15c Ib. Basket Grocery, Clear Lake. The fire department was called to the Wilbur Gray home. South Third street, Thursday afternoon by the exploding of the plumbers' furnace, used to thaw out pipes. No amage resulted to the home. Prunes, good size, 25 Hi. box !)8c. asket Groc., Clear Lake. Miss Dorothy DeBruyn, student t Carleton 'college. Norlhfield. linn., arrived Friday to spend her pring vacation with her parents, Ir. and Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn, North 'hird street. Good sugar cured bacon 2Sc per b. Basket Groc., Clear Lake: Mrs. A. A. Joslyn xvill be hostess u the members of the Daughters f the American Revolution Friday light, instead of Mrs. Sam Kennedy is previously planned. Get out of debt xvith our plan Cerro Gordo Loan Investmun Co.. Clear Lake. airs. George Franklin plans to re turn to her home at Ventura aftc xvcck's stay with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Orren Porter, whil she is recuperating from a majo opern.tion. New silk dresses, prints or plain colors, $5.95 and $7.95. Nichols Shop. Ray Butler, who has spent the winter at West Lake Okoboji with a crew of gill-netters for the state fish and game department of the Iowa .conservation commission, has arrived to take charge of the Clear Lake fish hatchery this pring. New straw and felt hats, 51.95 to fl.95. Nichols Shop. Logan Bennett and Bill Scott, both of Ames, employes o[ the Iowa State Conservation commission, were business callers at the Clear Lake fish hatchery Thursday. All wool twin sweater sets, 5i2.'J5. Nichols Shop. KNUDSEN SPEAKS HTLAKEftFFftlR Boy Is an Investment for Parents, But Return Is Expected. Mrs. Julia Birkbeck Rites to Be Saturday at First M. E. Church Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Birkbeck, 76, who died at a Milwaukee hospital Thursday, will be held at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the First M. E. church, with the Rev. E. A. Lang of Manson in charge of services. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The bodv was taken to the Ward funeral home at Clear Lake. left Clear Lake Cabndar Saturday--Dance at North Shore Country , club. Noble Ross and orchestra playing. --Dance at Surf ballroom. Monday--Clear Lake Poultry Improvement club at S. J. ptt home. --Wa-Tan-Ye club business session at Kool Stein, West Second street. Tuesday--Civic league at city hall, 3:30." TO WE want to lend money to responsible borrowers . and we are accepting applications every day oru loans that can be made on a sound basis . . . where borrower has the capacity to pay it back when due. With the increased deposits during the past year,, plenty of money is available to meet short term credit needs of business firms immediately. OFFICERS E. H. WAGNER. Crmlrmnn of the Rnnrd D K A X H. MGHTXER, President Â·IAV E. 0ECKEB, Vice r-rrjldtnt C. S. THOMPSON, Cashier I. C. JESSEX, AÂ«s't Cashier DIRECTORS J A V K. DECKER rre-ldenl Â·)Â»Â·"'' f- IWckcr t Satis KBJILKV .1. r,t,AS5 A t t o r n e y J.- K .lOHNSON M'y-TMS. crystal I.akr Ice J.KE r. i.no.Mis l-iibllsher Mnsim City r.lolic-Car.ctlc Trcns. .lamb . SKU1Y . Decker I.. S. THOMPSON Thompsnn-Dcnn Orocrrs K. II. WAIiSER President Midland Investment Co. DEAN M. IJG1ITNER President Northwest Savines Bank MIER WOLF president Mier Wolf * Sons Co. Mrs. Jeiinie Kocneman Thursday for St. Paul for a few weeks' visit with her mother. Sat. special! Coffee cakes H'e, Lady Baltimore cakes lOc. at Clear | Lake Bakery. Clarence I'ettcrson ivho has been t the CCC camp at Clarion, re- urned to his home Wednesday. Bargains--Broken sizes on silk ose--values to $1.35--79c. Oluf T. -fansen . Co. Vincent Ott drove to Northfield, d i n n , Friday to accompany his sister, Barbara Ott, librarian at Carleton college, to her home a.t ;iear Lake for a spring- vacation vith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Icorge Ott. Silk hose--values to ?1 for a!)c. Sat. and Mon. at Oluf T. Hansen's. Miss Eleanor Kuncie, student at Carleton college, Northfield. Minn., was to arrive Friday to spend her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rurjcie, North Fourth street. Reductions on t lot wash dresses -fine quality, 93C-51.49 at Oluf T. Hansen's. Mrs. C. A. Luick, student at Pitze's school of Beauty Culture, Waterloo, will leave Sunday for Des Moines to take examinations for the State Board of Cosmetology. Upon her completion she will return to Clear Lake to work in her shop here, the Beauty Nook. Wonderful values in silk dresses --$2.95 to $5.95 at Oluf T. Hansen's. Harold Charlesxvorth returned Friday from Carleton college to spend his spring vacation with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Charlesworth. East Main street. Fri., Sat. and Mon are bargain days at Hanscn's. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Lord, North Fifth street, planned to leave Friday for Omaha for a two weeks' stay with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Charles B. Lord and family. For Sale: New twin wash tubs on stand, pat. drain, cheap. Ph. 67. CLEAR LAKE--A croxvd of almost 100 men and boys of the city convened Thursday night for the father and son banquet sponsored by the Congregational church. Representative Herman Knudson, Mason City, pleaded for a return to the old-fashioned principles of re- igion and the home to solve the present social and moral problems using for his theme, "Men of To- morroxv." C A. Pease gave the welcome address which xvas responded to by Jim Lane. Harris Ostrander gave a short talk on the nexv command merits for fathers and sons of today. Bob Clausen spoke on wha boys oxve society, the home, church and school. The average boy costs his parents from 54,000 to $6,000 while this is only an investment for a much greater amount, averaging from MO 000 to 560,000 in a life- "The Crucifixion" to Be Given on Sunday John Stainer's composition: "The Crucifixion," which is "a Meditation on the Sacred Passion of the Holy Redeemer" will be presented by the vested choir and guest soloists at the First Congregational church Sunday aftrnoon at 4:45 o'clock under the direction of Mrs. W. L. Bennett and 'Mrs. Earl Enters, organist. Roger Doxvning will be the bass- soloist, Earl Dean, tenor, and Leon Frost baritone. Choral numbers will include "The Processional to Calvary," "The Mystery of the Divine Humiliation," "The Mystery of Intercession," "The Appeal of the Crucified" and "God So Loved the World." Recitatives by tenors and basses will be familial' and well-loved arias that have been associated with the highest quality of sacred music Howard O. Welcher and Heler Morrissey, both of Mason City, xvcn married by Justice of Peace Roc Thompson Wednesday afternoon. Estherville Woman Held Here on Charge of Stealing Coat Harriett R Robinson. Estherville. was brought to the Ccrro Gordo county jail for safe keeping by Sheriff Albert Peterson, Crcsco, Friday following her arrest there on a charge of stealing a fur coat. Musical Numbers Given for Madison Community Musical numbers were featured t the Aladison school community enter meeting. A duet by Mr. and Irs Bob Russell was first on the program Next were songs by a luintet Vcrn Shinn, Bert Cory, Arnold Tilton. Glenn Stubbs and Henry Smith. Mrs. Shinn was the accom- mnist Movies were shown. Mrs. Shinn was in charge of the program PEOPLE. . . who have tested Fireside Fuels over a period of years find them to be the most economical in the long run and by far the most satisfactory. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 fine and 'a return of some value is expected, Clausen stated. Pep talks were also given by Dale Harmon and Coach Chris Johnston. Ira Jones acted as toastmaster and introduced the speakers. The banquet was served by group 4 of the Ladies' aid. Spring flowers were used for table decorations. Miss Kennedy Named Head of Federation CLEAR LAKE-- Miss KaUiryn Kennedy was elected president ot the Junior Federated club Thursday niriit at the monthly meeting held at the home of Mrs. J. W. Pattie, county chairman -of the Iowa Federation 'of Women's clubs. Other officers named were Miss Betty Braheny, vice president and press correspondent- Mrs. Harold Phillips, secretary and treasurer. A report of the coun a n r e a s . ty convention was given and refresh tUe Theater Attractions Â·CEILING ZERO" IS AVIATION ROMANCE CLEVR LAKE--"Ceiling Zero," which plays at the Park theater Sunday and Monday, is a glowing romance of the air service, based on the stage play by Frank Wead. Besides James Cagney the cast includes Pat O'Brien, June Travis, Stuart Erwin. Barton MacLane, Henry Wadsworth and many others. This picture is a glamorous romance of three musketeers of the skyways, buddies in war and peace, men who laugh at death and life and take only love and friendship seriously. About a dozen aviators fresa from army and civilian schools in Texas and a half dozen air hostesses, especially selected for their attractiveness, were placed under contract during the film- in- of "Ceiling Zero." The picture Is not like any other aviation film ever produced inasmuch as the story for the first time in celluloid history glorifies the "ground-man. "STRIKE ME PINK" IS ATTRACTION AT LAKE "Strike Me Pink," adapted from Clarence Buddington.Kelland's ml- arious Saturday Evening Post serial, "Dreamland," will be the Sunday and Monday feature at the Lake theater. Eddie Cantor, loved on the air and screen for his pathos and humor, makes another hit in this screen sensation. Ethel Merman, a torch singer, plays opposite him and presents several song hits, PARK THEATER TONIGHT "CLIVE OF INDIA" with Konald Colman and Loretta Young Admission lOc and 16c "First You Have Me High, Then You Have Me Low," and "Shako It Off with Rhythm." The familiar Parkyakarkus is also present with hundreds of beautiful Goldwyn girls, singing and dancing. Sally Eilers and William Frawley have supporting roles. Shirley Temple returns to the Lake theater Friday and Saturday in her picture, "Little Colonel," also featuring Lionel Barrymore. Lake Persons Attend Democratic Convention CLEAR LAKE--A delegation of Clear Lakers left Friday for Des Moine s to attend the state democratic convention. The group' included Miss Louise Clausen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sandry and W. C. Carroll from first ward; Fred Hill and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Verbeck- moes from warfi two, Mr. and Mrs. A E. Mallory from third ward, Mr. and Mrs. George Sheridan from Lake township and Jim Hanser. from Grant township. FRIDAY - SATURDAY SHIRLEY TBMI'LE 1N "THE LITTLE COLONEL" Also I.AtREL AND HARDY COMEDY Tn-o Shirley Temple Dolls Will Be Given Away. Adults 16c--Children lOc SV.SRAY - MONDAY K O n l E CANTOR Â·Â·STRIKE ME PINK" Sunday I'rlef" 'Til Â·Â·--2lr. A f l e r J--:nc children--10Â« Crescent Club Tea Held for Members CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. W. W Choate was hostess to Crescent club nembers at a tea Thursday after- icon. Assisting: hostesses were Mrs J E Frost, Mrs. J. F. Palmeter and Mrs. W. D. Bigg. Mrs. George Ott rex-iewed the book "Life's An Art," by Maurice LeGrande. . "Call of the Prairie" Admission lOc and 16c Lake Clubs Indorse WPA Transient Projec CLEAR LAKE---Resolutions fa voring- the W. P. A. project of improvement along the lakeshore have been adopted by the Rotary, Lions and Commercial clubs and the city- council and sent to R. C. Martin, state director of the WPA transient division DCS Moines. This is the only WPA project in the state of beautifying nature, according to Mr. Martin. Northwest Savings Bank MASON CITY, IOWA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation \re you ton often and too easili tired? Listless: lacking in energy', j - .. Perhaps you've anout decided that , ( Q ^ Western Will "there 'must be something wrong. ' Undoubtedly there is. But it may xvell be that you need no drugs. GO to see your Doctor xvithout delay. Very likely he may prescribe food --not medicine. It's amazing xvhat can be accomplished these days with vitamins, minerals and the other concentrates that your Doctor will knoxv how best to prescribe. When you have his prescription, xve'll appreciate the opportunity to fill it. We carry a complete line of the nexver food concentrates. South Federal Avenue I'llOXE S!l .6999990 Oppose Breaking Up M. and St. L. Road CHICAGO. /Pi--P. H. Joyce, president of the Chicago Great Western railroad, declared the Great Western would oppose dismemberment of the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad at a hearing before the interstate commerce commission in Minneapolis April 6. Manager of Waterloo Liquor Store Resigns WATKKLOO. i.-ri--Willis J. Vol| Icnweidcr has resigned as manager i of the state liquor store here, to i accept a civil service position un- i dor the United States fiovornment. I Nc successor has been named. EVEI?Y LOAF CAHHSES THIS OF APPROVAL ^ Â· G-A-S Special Price Few Days Only TANKAE GAS, Inc. 414 South Federal TRULY INDEPENDENT Don't dismiss eonstip a t i o n lightly as a minor ailment. Doctors agree it's often the cause of worry and serious illness. Correct it before it ruins your health. No need to gamble with harsh purges or habit-forming salts. Relief can now be yours an cosy, pleasant way. Try our de- licjous, beneficial Honey Krursh- ed Wheat Bread. Eat. it regularly with your meals. Dietitians say it's a marvelous corrective for faulty elimination. Whole wheat furnishes roughage--pure honey soothes and stimulates the intestines. Good for both young and old. Everybody likes its appetizing taste. Finest of all whole wheat breads. Its nut-like flavor tempts the palate, creating a desire for more. Eat Hoiirv Knis/ied Wheat Bread with everv meal for 10 days. See how" quickly it improves regularity." Be sure to get the genuine Honey Krushcd. The Record of Life Insurance 63 million lives of Americans ore insured. 101 billion dollars life insurance outstanding. 14 billion dollars life insurance written in the year 1935. 25 billion dollars of life insurance assets. 16 billion dollars in money paid out by life insurance companies in the last six years. WHAT SHARE OF THIS ESTATE DO YOU OWN? ROY L. BAILEY Mason City, loiva CHAS. BAILEY Osage, Iowa A. D. BROGAN Whlttemore, Iowa HARRY BROWN Mason City, Iowa J I M BROWN Mason City, Iowa E. W. CHENEY Kufid, Iowa C. E. COOPER Mason City, Iowa JAKE DOUGLAS Mason City, Iowa J. W. DUNETTE Sheffield, Iowa EMIL ELLING Garner, Iowa R. W. FISCHBECK Mason City, Iowa D. S. KUPKER Nora Springs, Iowa EARL S. LEAMAN Mason City, Iowa F. W. OSMUNDSON Mason City, Iowa RICHARD POOL Mason City, Iowa B. L. PROUTY Garner, Iowa M. S. RESOR Manly, Iowa R. B. REYNOLDS Northwood, Iowa C. A. SHARP Is'orthwood, Iowa SCOTT SHERRETS Mason City, Iowa EDWARD THAVES Burt, Iowa W. D. THRAMS Mason City, Iowa L. H. GILCHRIST Mason City, Iowa KING VANDERW1CKEN W. M. H U F F M A N Mason City, Iowa Mason City, Iowa B A K K I ) RY DIAMOND BREAD BAKERS C. R. JENSEN Mason City, Iowa MAX KISSICK Mason City, Imvfl F. W. VORHIES Mason City, Iowa WALTER WALKER Mason City, Iowa Members of Mason City District Association ..r Life V n d r n v r i t r r s A f f i l i a t e d with the National Association of Life Vnderwrllert.