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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 17 1934 HAZEL V, THOMAS VISITOR IN CITY Is Republican Candidate for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Hazel V. Thomas of Belmond, Wright county superintendent and ' republican candidate for state su- ; perintendent of public instruction, in a visit to Mason City called on a number of local residents in the interests of her campaign. Her " foremost claim upon the office is that the present superintendent has served two terms and should, according to precedent, withdraw. She emphasized the point that schools r e q u i r e "educational -leadership" rather than "political leadership." "I am not a politician," she said, "but 1 am \-itally interested in the welfare of the schools of the state I believe that the people should be informed concerning the needs of the schools and that new policies and programs should be interpreted to them. "We all know that the oncoming generations must have more intelligent training if they arc able to understand the problems of the new society. New thechnics and new ideals must be developed in the schools in order that education can keep pace with changing economic and social conditions. "The only hope for the future is an educated citizenry, yet some people are willing that our educational systems should slip back to lower standards of efficiency. The educational leadership of the state should work for advancement in the schools. 'If I should be successful in the elections, it shall be my single aim Lo promote the welfare of the schools. I shall not ally myself with other interests in an effort at political wire pulling." Prepare it, taste it, and cheer! CHOPSUEY-CHOWMEIN TAKE ten minutes tonight to prove that Chinese foods are delicious and easy to prepare at home. Buy La Cboy Vegetables. Follow the recipe on the label. Serve dclicioos Chinese dinner for a few cents per serving. Buy La Choy products from any good grocer. Pure Lard . . . n 7c Liver Sausage . ft 8c Beef Stew . . . . n 3c Neck Bones . . . Bacon . . . . ib.Sc RittSO Large . . . . . 19C Cleanser. . . Soap, Big Ben e Bars 2$c Soda, Graham 20C Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W OFFICE PHONE NO. 239 Residence Phone 67 8 INITIATED IN WA-TAN-YE CLUB Girl Scouts Present Program for Community Service Work. CLEAR LAKE, April 16.--The Clear Lake Wa-Tan-Ye club held candlelight initiation services for eight new members, Ruth Anderson, Ada Kay Choate, Thelma McMullen, Jean Matthews, Virginia Callanan, Eunice Chism, Lucille Olson and Mrs. Dean Heltman, at the meeting held Monday night. Dinner was served to 25 members and guests at the Villa Tearoom at 7 o'clock. Following the dinner a group of about 15 Girl Scouts who are sponsored by the Wa-Tan-Ye club presented a program to the club for work in community service. The younger girls in troop 2 gave the ceremony of the Girl Scout laws. Those participating in this were Jean Gilbert, scout; Betty Jane Patterson, Spirit of Scout Laws; Lana Giles, Maxine Diercks, Genevieve Brose, Betty Peterson, Helen Ann Hansen, Gretchen Peterson, Dorothy Compton, Madalinc Kudej, Lillian Peterson and Joan Sheplee. Jean Sitzer announced the program. Patricia Hushaw and Jeanne Beckner played a piano duet; Betty King a flute solo, Klare MoCormick a vocal solo, both accompanied by Jeanne Beckner; an acrobatic dance by Katryn Pramer: and the closing ceremony by the entire group of girls. The program was arranged by Miss Emmibelle Thomas, scout leader, and Helen Hrndricks Guests of the club were Miss Alma Thompson and Mrs. Bertha Arvin. Forrest Lenhart Dies of Sleenmo Srkness; Burial Held Thursdav CLEAR LAKE, April 17.--Word has been received in Clear Lake of the death of Forrest "Hap" Lenhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Lenhart, Des Moines, formerly of Clear Lake. The youn^ man died of sleeping sickness while attending the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and was buried Thursday. He was ill for a long time having the best nhvsicians of the country in con--"--*ion over his condition. He is survived by. his parents.^Mr. and" Mrs. H. R. Lenhart, and sister. To met. Mr. Lenhart is a bank receiver for the Iowa state banking department having had charge of a number of banks in northern Iowa which have paid out well. He also attended Iowa State col- 'Â«"p. Ames, two years. P A R " THEATER - Clear Lake TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Chester Morris Helen Iwelvetrees "KING F*.:. A NIGHT" lOc Plus Tax HEAD COMMERCIAL CLUB .--Schneck Studio M. P. HUGHES S. J. HUMPHREY CLEAR LAKE, April 17.--S. J. Humphrey, vice president of the Clear Lake Commercial club, has assumed the presidency of the club with the resignation of Clarence A. Knutson, which was handed in Monday night. Mr. Knutson is unable to attend meetings or take an active part in the club because his can'|)nign work for governor takes him out of to\vn most of the time. The board of directors of the club met Monday night and appointed M. P. Hughes :is vice president of the organization. Miss Wurtzer New Head of Drama Club New Members in Club to Be Revealed at Class Day Program. CLEAR LAKE, April 17.--Miss Margaret Marie Wurtzer was elected president of the Golden Masque Drama club at the April session held Monday night at the high school. Other new officers elected are Ronald Rawson, vice president- Arlene Thompson, secretary. Miss Lillian Alter is the retiring president. Election of new members in the club was made at the meeting These person will be revealed at the masking ceremony at the class day exercises. Ten senior girls presented original skits, some "being impersonations and others group sketches. Refreshments were served with Evelyn Mitchell, Dorothy Kenyon and Jean Siesseger in charge. Representative Dean to Address Farmers CLEAR LAKE, April 17.--Lake township Farm Bureau will meet Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rich east of Clear Lake. Representative Earl Dean will be the speaker. , T, FISH DIES AT LIE HOME Is Stricken After Heart Attack; Is Survived by- Wife. CLEAR LAKE. April 17.--W. T. rish, aged 67, died at his home on the corner of South Oak and Bell streets at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. He was stricken with a heart attack at midnight Monday after having suffered from illness for the past month. Funeral services have not yet been arranged. He is survived by his wife. Mr. Fish was a retired farmer. He also was a director of the new Ventura State bank. Call Us for a Home Demonstration There are Dollars and Dollars Y OUR electric dollar is worth more than it ever was. But your bread dollar isn't-neither is your flour dollar nor your meat dollar nor your dress dollar. Prices on most everythHg have gone up. Electricity has gone down. It is now per cent cheaper per kilowatt-hour used in this community than it was back in 1913. Three Hoover models * Choice of prices . . Â· Â· Liberal allowance for old cleaner . . . . Ihe New Hoovers Get All the Dirt Cleaning.. Need Hold new light-weight stream-lined Sentinel model Hoovers make no compromise Â·what- ever with dirt. They pick up surface dust by suction, banish thread and lint by a sweeping action, dislodge deeply embedded grit by a firm yet gentle fluttering motion-'Positive Agitation. By removing thi destructive material from floor coverings, the new Hoovers increase rue beauty, add years to rug Dusting tools also available on convenient monthly payments. Now Is the Time to Buy *pHIS Spring your house cleaning can be completed * great deal quicker and easier than ever before. Instead of bending . . . carrying . . . beating . . . virtually turning the house upside down, you can clean the convenient way--with a new sentinel model Hoover. Of course, you'll want to see all three beautiful new Hoover models. You'll want to see the new light-weight dusting tools and the Hoover Dustette, too. Why not stop in tomorrow? Ask about the liberal allowance for your old cleaner . . . about the convenient terms on the new Hoovers. Then arrange for a home demonstration. Small Amount P. G. and E. Peoples Gas Electric Co. Approved Cleaners May Also Be Purchased F rom Other Reliable Dealers in This Community Down-Balance in Convenient Monthly Payments CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Seed potatoes, ?1 bushel. Ph. 9F5. The Lakeside Ladies Aid Society will hold their meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ray Minor. Mrs. Ernest Buss will assist. Strictly Fresh Pike at Watkins Cafe. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Colgan of Des Moines spent the week-end in Clear Lake visiting with Mr. Colgan's mother, Mrs. F. L. Colgan, and his daughters, Virginia and Maxine. Try Diamond Half and Half Bread. Your dealer has it. Mrs. Gcorgo Etzel, returned Sunday from Los Angeles where she spent the winter months and visited relatives. She was accompanied by Kenneth Koppen. His aunt, Miss Tonner of Los Angeles, accompanied them to Clear Lake for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Carpenter and Ed Harding returned Monday afternoon from Stilhvater, Fla., where they spent the winter. They made the trip by auto. For Sale: Black dirt ,?i per load delivered. Clear Lake Sand and Gravel Co. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McGrady returned Monday aiglit to their home on South street, from Stillwater, Fla., where they spent the winter. The Cerro Gordo rural W. C. T. U. will meet Thursday with Mrs. Wayne Wolford, president of the organization. Mrs. June Orcutt and daughters will be in charge of the program. Mrs. W. A. Taylor has returned to her cottage here after spending the past three months in Mason City. The Dorcas circle of the Zion Lutheran church will meet at the home of Mrs. Carl Christensen Thursday. Members wishing transportation will meet at the Mrs. John Eliasen home at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Mary Bowman attended the funeral of the Rev. B. M. Southgate of Britt Monday. Mr. Southgate was pastor of the Congregational church at Rochester, Minn., while Mrs. Bowman lived there a number of years ago. A number of local persons head Miss Louise Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Jensen, broadcast from station WHO. Des Moines, Saturday afternoon. Miss Jensen impersonated Mae West in the play, "The Love of An Oyster." Miss Jensen went with a group of Iowa university players to Des Moines for the broadcast. Mr. and Mrs. George Kabrick, Crane street, attended a twenty- sixth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hansen "at Plymouth Sunday. Miss Louise Clausen returned to her home on North Fifth street Saturday from St. Petersburg, Fla., where she spent the winter months. Peterson of Dows in Representative Race DOWS. April 17.--F. H. Peterson, present mayor of Dows, is a candi- ! date for the republican nomination i for state representative. Card Benefit Is Held for Legion Auxiliary CLEAR LAKE, April 17.--The American Legion auxiliary enter- tamed 13 tables at its card benefit at the city hall Monday night. High score prizes were awarded to Mrs. E. H. Pittman and Chris Johnston. Mrs. Ernest Andersen received the high prize for five hundred. Mrs. T. E. Sondrol and Mrs. Earl Colburn presided at the refreshment table which was prettily decorated with green tapers and a centerpiece of a primrose. Mrs. A. B. Phillips and Mrs. Jens Wind, members of the finance committee, sponsored the benefit. BAND PROGRAM WILL BE GIVEN Proceeds to Be Given to Musicians for Extras at Meet CLEAR LAKE, April IT.--Plans are being made to hold a musical program at the Community building on Friday, April 27 for the purpose of raising money for the members of the Clear Lake band and orchestra. It is being sponsored by the Commercial club. The proceeds of the session will be given in cash to the students to spend for extras on the trip to Iowa City for the state contest. The essentials of lodging and transportation will be furnished by the school board. .This gift to the group goes as a token or appreciation for their service during the past year in assisting in celebrations for the Commercial club. The program is in the direct charge of John Kopecky, director, and B. B. Bailey, chairman of the committee. F. R. Barlow .is in charge of the ticket sale. The program will include music by both the orchestra and band and vocal entertainment. Clear Lake Calendar Wednesday--I. o. O. F. Dancing club at I. O. O. F. hall. W. C. T. U. meets at Mrs. I. S.' Snodgrass home, 2. Tabitha circle meets with Mrs. Axel Thomson, southeast of Clear Lake, 2:30. Eastern Star meets at Masonic temple. D. B. L. luncheon at Mrs. R. C. Ingersol home, North Fourth street Thursday--Dorcas circle of Zion Lutheran church at Mrs. Carl Christensen home. Cerro Gordo rural W. C. T. U. at Mrs. Wayne Wolford home. Catholic Ladies' Aid supper at parish hall. Dance at Surf ballroom, Jimmy Joy playing. Pythian Sisters meet at I. O. O. F. hall. D. of U. V. meets at Legion clubrooms, 7:30, initiation and refreshments. Royal club meets at Mrs. Melvin Werle, assisted by Mrs. D. D. Dye. Friday--Rebekah social circle at I. O.- O. F. hall. Christian Workers meet at Mrs. Arleigh Eddy home, North Elm street. C. D. A, card benefit at city hall. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom, Jimmy Joy playing. Still, if you are good, how can you learn enough dirt to write a novel or a play?--Davenport Times. PACKING HOUSE 122 So. Fed. MARKETS Ph. 101 Better Meats . . . Lower Prices SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY CHOICE BEEF CHUCK ROASTS 6 FRESH GROUND BEEF 3c CHOICE BEEF TENDER STEAKS 3M6 ( LUNCH MEATS. lOc Ib. YOUNG LEAN POKK CHOPS 3 fc-27- BEEF STEW (6i c NECK BONES 2 Ib. LEAN SMOKED SUGAR, CUBED SMOKEU ,| Â« HAMSl4 c 'i- WHOLE OK TART RING BOLOGNA 5c Each SLICED BACON 7k Ib. Sheridans Honored on Wedding Anniversary CLEAR LAKE, April 17.--Mr. and Mrs. George Sheridan were honored on their silver wedding anniversary Sunday evening at a surprise party at their country home east of here. Their daughters, Margaret and Harriet Sheridan carried out the surprise inviting 12 guests in for the evening. Cards were played during the evening, Jlrs. W. L. Mitchell receiving the prize for high score and Mr. Mitchell, the consolation. The guests presented the couple with a silver dish. The hostesses served refreshments. Charles Davis Held for Reckless Driving CLEAR LAKE, April 17.--Information of reckless driving was filed against Charles Davis, South Third street, by Officer A. R. Petersen. Davis is being tried in connection with the accident Sunday night which resulted in the loss of an eye for Miss Neva Harding, high school student, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harding, who was an occupant of the Davis car. The case set for Tuesday morning before C. W. Wallace, justice of peace, was continued until Tuesday afternoon when County Attorney Larry Mason was to be present to prosecute the case. Kllbourne Gives Address. CLARION, April 17.--The Rev. A. L. Kilbourne of Eagle Grove gave a talk before the Rotary club Monday. His subject was "Geneology." J. H. Ramsay was in charge of the meeting. Crime is easier than work, but think of the 20 years when you sit and long for something to do.-Lincoln Star. Slight Salary Increase Given Wesley Teachers WESLEY, April 17.---Contracts were offered to and signed by all the teachers in the public school. A slight raise in salary was given to all the teachers. The teachers are Supt. K. R. Rowley, Coach Roger Willert of Reinbeck, Principal Helen Reimer of Edgewood, Miss Candace Packard of Renwick, Miss Margaret Looft of Wesley, Miss Margaret McConnell of Mediapolia and Miss Esther Beck of Bellevue. Russians must be a little smarter than other people. Little kids of five and six can speak the language.-Fountain Inn Tribune. Handiest thing in the house TITTLE BROS. PACKING Co. INC. WS SOUTH FEDERAL HAMBURGER, fresh ground ... ...Ib. 3c BABY BEEF STEAK Ib. 8c BOILING BEEF Ib. 3c VEAL STEW Ib. 5c LAMB STEW Ib. 8c You can really improve any floor with this No Rubbing Polish Big Bargain, Too! 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