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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 1, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 1 H'1937 THREE Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 MUSIC HOUR IS WELL ATTENDED Glee Clubs Appear in New Uniforms; Curtains Completed. CLEAR LAKE--A large and appreciative audience attended the music hour at the high school Sunday afternoon lo hear the program put on by -'music students under the direction of John' Kq- pecky and Miss Clara Metcalf, instructors in the music department. The boys' and girls' glee club appeared in the new uniforms which they have just obtained. The girls' dresses are of black silk crepe made strictly tailored with short sleeves and have white collars. The skirts all measure the same distance from the floor whi-'h adds greatly to the effect. The boys have white duck mess jaclMts with black buttons, and wear white shirts with black bow ties and dark trousers. The new curtains bought and made by the Music Mothers' club for the music room were in place and looked very nice. They are of natural colored monks cloth with music and G clef signs in black bias tape. The program consisted of numbers of the band, girls' sextet, woodwind group boys' quartet and four pianos. T~he latter was especially well received. The four new pianos recently purchased for the school were played by Ralph Geer, Mason City, and the Misses Metcalf, Dorothy Hardin and Grace Anderson. Another music hour will be held on March 10 at which time the orchestra and several solo players will appear. Resigns Pastorate - CLEAR LAKE--The Rev. H. O. TJrness of the Zion English Lutheran church, submitted his resignation as pastor to the congregation Sunday morning. The Rev. Mr. th-ncss and family are now in Phoenix, Ariz., where they went last fall in hopes of benefiting his health which had been poor for some time. liis uncle, the Ilev. J." A. Urness, has bccii acting: as substitute. A meeting of the church officers has been called for Wednesday eveninff at the church to consider the resign^ tion. The Rev. Mr. Urness has been pastor of the local church three and a half years. Mr., Mrs. William Skow Surprised on Wedding Anniversary CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Brager' attended the silver wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. William Skow at the church in Miller Sunday afternoon. They accomapnied Mrs. George Brager and son, Kenneth BraKer. and wife, who drove down from Minneapolis for the occasion. After dinner at the Brager home on East Division street, the entire party drove to Miller where they found that the honorees were snowbound and the county snowplow had been obtained to plow out thp roads so they could attend their own anniversary. The affair was a surprise arranged by Mr. and Mrs. John B. Osnes and Mr. and Mrs. George Lunn. A picnic supper wfiS served at the church and a social evening enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Skow were presented a purse of money as a remembrance of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Brager and his mother drove back to Minneapolis Sunday night. Clear Lake Buiefs stores at Manchester and . Mar- slialltown. Lions club will meet at I. O. p. F. hall Wednesday evening for' a 6:30 dinner. Wives of members will be guests. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Kins returned Monday morning from Des Moines where they spent the week-end with relatives. Tucs. Bush's lemon pics 14c-25c. Sir; and Mrs. W. YV. Fox moved Thursday from their former home on East Main street to 200 West State street. Watch Bush's daily features. Coach Chris Johnston returned Sunday from Ogden where he refereed a basketball game between Ogden high school and Lincoln high of Des Moines Saturday evening. For Kent: Four room furnished apartment. Hi. 412J. The trophies for classes A and B in the sectional tournament to be held at the high school gym March 4, 5 and 6 have been placed on exhibition in the window of the j postoffice. Haircut, shampoo and finffer wave. f0c. Kocneman. Ph. 100. Grant Township Farm Bureau will meet Thursday evening at the school in Grant No. 7. This meeting was postponed from last week because of road conditions. Dickie Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Peterson, 407 North Oak street, was reported as better Monday morning. Roy French, 200 East Division street, is now able to be up around the house part of the time. He has been ill about two weeks. Royal club will meet at the home of Mrs. Roy French, 200 East Division street, Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Orr have disposed of the residence, 108 Lindale avenue, in which they have lived 17 years, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pedelty, who will take possession March 17. The Orrs have no settled plans for the future. Jack Traverse, district manager of the Chevrolet Motor company ot north Iowa, left Saturday for Chicago where lie is attending a Chevrolet Great Lakes regional meeting, lie will return Tuesday. Circle No. 3 of the Methodist aid will meet March 5 at the home of Mrs. A. C. Rorvig, East Main street. Mrs. George Brooks, president, and Mrs. Oscar Frcderickson are ill charge of the social hour. Verity lodge No. 250 A. F. and A. M. will confer the third degree on Tuesday night, March 2. Lunch will be served following lodge. A number of Masons from out of town are expected to attend. Miss Greta. Chappcll who attends Wheaton college, Wheaton, 111., spent the week-end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Chappell, North Fourth street, returning to her school work Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Matthews, B09 North Third street, entertained on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Conklin and family, Osagc; Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Knutson of Elkader and Dr. and Mrs. Henry Knutson, 511 North Second street. Mrs. Lacy Potter, iMarshalltown, spent the week-end with her husband, who is manager of the new National Tea 'company food shop. Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Chappell have returned from a two months' trip in the south. They visited St. Petersburg, Daytona Beach, St. Augtiatmc, Orlando and Groveland, Fla., drove along the northern coast of the gulf of New Orleans and came north .through Hot Springs, Ark., to Boonville, Mo., where they visited a couple of days with their son Edward, who is in school there. They report a very pleasant vacation. Mrs. .1. T. Love and daughter Helen, Marshalltown, spent (he week-end in Clear Lake with Mr. Love who is owner of the meat market in the National Tea company .food store. Mr. Love also owns the markets in the food Only One Files. GARNER--Otto Lehman whose term as director of the Garner school board expires this spring, is the only person to file for re-elec- Plan Many Events .for Lake Students CLEAR LAKE--Several events of interest are scheduled for higl- scho"! students in the near future The sectional basketball tournament will be held at the gymnasium the last three days of this week and is expected to attrac large numbers of out-of-town per sons to Clear Lake. Students go t Plymouth for a 1 sub-county de clamatory contest Tuesday eve ning. The final county declamatory contest will be held at Thornton on March 9. The next round of th state declamatory contest will b held sometime next week, the dat and place to be announced later Music students will enter a con test at Britt on March 12 and 13 tion .for the three year term. Othe members of the board who hoi over include Charles Belhk Charles Schissel, Fred Steiff an R. W. Spccht. Clear Lake Calendar Mrs. C. Sitzer to Present "Joint Owners in Spain" Luncheon Precedes Annual Open Meeting of Civic League. Monday--Boy Scouts, schoolhouse. Odd Fellows lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, B p. m. Wa-Tan-Ye club, schoolhouse, 6:30 p. m. Luther League, Zion Lutheran church, 7:30 p'. m. D. U. V., Legion clubrooms, 7:30 p. m. "uesday -- P. E. O., Mrs. Cecil Martin, North Fourth street. Townsend club, Fren Conwell, 201 South Oak street, 7:30 p. m. Civic league, Congregational church, 1 p. m. Verity lodge No. 250, A. F. and A. M., Masonic temple. Mrs. D. Whihnore Feted on Birthday CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. I. G, Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moiris entertained at dinner lunduy as a courtesy to their aunt, Mrs. Donna Whitmore, who was celebrating her seventy-fourth birthday. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson, Ventura, William Emory, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Grattidge and two children, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fox and Mrs. Rosetta Owens, Clear Lake. The dinner table was centered with a three- tier birthday cake baked by Mrs. R. J, Nelson. Mrs. Whitmore received many nice gifts and a wealth of good wishes from her friends and relatives. CLEAR LAKE--"Joint Owners in Spain" by Alice Brown, has been chosen by Mrs. Charles Silzer for presentation on the program at the annual open meeting of the Civic league to be held at the Congregational church Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Sitzer has played the lead in an "all-star" course a t . Pittsburg N o r m a l , Pittsburg, Kans., which was attended by more than 4,000 students, also at Chanule, Kans., in the Backus all-star course. She has also directed and played roles with professional companies and produced some amateur plays. She is now a resident of Clear Lake, living at 121 South street. The program will be preceded by a 1 o'clock luncheon served al the church by Pilgrim group No. 5 of the Congregational aid. A business session will be held at 2:3( p. m. at which time the report o: the nominating committee, Mrs Sam Kennedy, Mrs. H. N. Halvorson and Mrs. F. G. Atherton, wll be heard and officers for the-ensuing year elected. Annual reports of all standing committees wil also be heard. The meeting is in charge of tin welfare committee of the leagu made up of Mrs. A. B. Phillips am Mrs. R. R. Rogers, co-chairmen Mrs. R. B. Kennedy, Mrs. F. C DeBruyn and Miss Cynthia Tay lor. The meeting is open to all wo men residing in Clear Lake wh are interested in the civil better ment of the town. Mrs. Homer Briar to Act as Substitute CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Homer Briar will act as substitute teacher in the first grade o£ the junior high school building the remainder of the year for Miss Edna Johnson, who resigned her position and left Friday for New Hampton where she will be married Tuesday at 10 a. m. to Harry Wenlz. The young people expect to reside on a farm near New Hampton. CHURCH ROOMS ARE DEDICATED Mrs. C. L. Marston Speaks on Vesta Bai'ton, Who Was Donor. "Miss Vesta Barton was a fine soul," said Mrs. C. L. Marston, at the dedication ot the new. Barton class rooms at the First Baptisl church Sunday. 'Her family came here from Vermont and some of the Vermont [ranite seemed to enter into hei icing. She stood for the fines :hings in the community. She .aught day school for years ant tor many years was a teacher in the Bible school. "One of her characteristics was that she never let the pupil believe long that he was conferring a favor on the teacher by comini to Sunday school. It was the othe: way around. Miss Marion alway made you realize that she was do ing you a favor by teaching tin class." With a photograph of Miss Ves ta Barton on the communion table Charles W. Gasswint received th four new class rooms from Mrs Marston who represented Clark L Barton, brother of Miss Vest Barton. The charge to the churc school to use the new study room to She best advantage of th church was made by the chairman J the board of deacons, Arthur V. Raymond. C. E. Ocschger, superintendent f the school, received them and ledged the fullest co-operation of workers and teachers. He ex- ressed appreciation for those ho had contributed time and ic-ney to special parts of the pro- ect. The Adams brothers, the ontractors were present. Arthur aif \yho did the staining and 'arnishing also roceived praise. The offering taken which was leveled to the extras put into the tew rooms was nearly $50. A message "When Jesus Dedi- ·ated 'the Temple," was brought y the pastor. Elites for Mrs. Rpwe at Joice, Lake Mill JOICE--Funeral rites were held it the local church Saturday foi Mrs. George Ro\ve. The Rev. Mr ?ocht, Lake Mills and the Hev. L F. Scheie, Joice, spoke. The body was taken from here to the Methodist church in Lake Mills where she was a member. Burial tool ·lace in the north cemetery, Lak Wills. Mrs. Howe . w a s born in Ohio in 1881. She came to Worth county while a young girl- and lived here all her life. She is survived by her husband, one brother, Grant Gaskill, two sons, Albert and Frank and 11 grandchildren. She was a member of the local charily club. Mrs. Barth Head of Marble Rock Group MARBLE ROCK--At the annual meeting of the Marble Hock cemetory association in the town lall B'riday afternoon, the lollow- ing officers were ve-elecled: President, Mrs. Will Earth; vice president, Mrs. H. N. Merrick; treasurer, Mrs, R. D. Walster; trustee for three years, Mrs. Forest Ackley; chairman o£ trustees, Mrs. Maude Vorhes. Mrs. Mayne Spaulding was elected secretary to succeed Mrs. Katie Sours, who resigned, having served for 15 years; A motion was carried unanimously that Mrs. Sours be thanked publicly for her devoted service to the association. The association has on liunti in the permanent fund, $3,- 162.5n and in the general fund, $785.73. R O L L E R S K A T E CLEAR LAKE, AT IDELO WEDNESDAY N1TE Several boxes of nice candy will be given away to Hie skaters. For school party dates write C. W. Brocfflc, Clear L4kc. GENIUS £)R. R. V. Fierce, whose picture appears here, was a profound student ot i!ic medicinal qualities of Nature's remedies -roots and herbs. For n e a r l y 70 years Dr. Pierce's Favorite PteAcriptinn lias heeti sold in ihc dnij; stores of the United States and Caiinfta It your day begins with miserable headache, backache, or periodic pains, if you arc nervous, irritable and suffer fiom discomforts associated with 'minor f u n c t i o n a l disturbances, you should uy the ionic effect of Dr. Tierces .Favorite r rescript Eon, ' winch increases ihe appetite. New si/e, tablets EQ cfv. liquid 5! Sr 51,35. Write Dr. Pierre's Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y for free medicat advice. CLOSING OUT AUCTION SALE Charles Nelson farm, % mile south pf Bayside, S'/z miles southwest of Clear Lake, on THURSDAY, MARCH 4 1 P. M. 4--HEAD OF HORSES--4 FARM MACHINERY, ETC. Some Grain and-Hay. Some Seed Corn. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, some tools and other smull articles. Fcrsons having stock to sell at this time bring to our sale. Chas. Nelson, Estate B. By Elmer Nelson, Administrator A. Uccmlsma, Aucl. First Nat'l. Bank, Clear Lake, Clerk National Tea Market CLEAR LAKE'S Newest Market MEAT SPECIALS For Tuesday and Wednesday BABY BEEF Tender, Ibs ..... RIBS, Fancy, Ib.. PORK Liver, Brains, Hearts, Ib PORK Neck Bones, 4'/z Ibs.. HAMBURGER Fresh, Pound PORK Sausage, M I N C E HAM No. 1 Grade, Ib.. . . SLICED BACON, V2 Ib.. . . . sun-cured in the tobacco fields of Turkey and Greece ... these are the spicy leaves that help make Chesterfields an outstanding cigarette. 3 to make good o mistaking the of these costly Turkish Chesterfield cicurettes. and there FRAGRANCE MILDNESS Tlicse are the good things you ivant .. You find them in Chesterfields. iif he I5J7, LIGGETT MY«S TOSACCO Co, _ ^^

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