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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 17, 1939
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FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE if "Apostle's Creed" Studied by Women at Guild Session C L E A R LAKH;--Mrs. George Bennett led the Lenten' lesson on the "Apostle's Creed" from the "American Book of Common Prayer" for members of St. Margaret's Guild who met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John W. Cole. Mrs. Cole led devotions and tea was served. Table decorations were in the St. Patrick motif. Mrs. Marshall Cone will entertain April 13. * * * LIFE OF ST. KITA STUDIED BY AID Mrs. Philip Furleigh reviewed the "Life of St. Rita" for the program of the Catholic Ladies' aid which met in the parlors of ~ Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-3 OFFICE PHONE 239 TED ADAMS, Advertising--PH.464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation--Ph. 513-VV To Speak on Founders PYTHIAN SISTERS HOLD INITIATION Representatives to Grand Temple Are Named at Meeting CLEAR LAKE --Mrs. E. M. wmc.. me. 1,1 c,.= pa--. ^ ,,. Duesenberg was initiated to mem- Patrick'i church Thursday after- bership in Clear Lake temple r,o. noon for a postponed meeting. A 83, Pythian Sisters, m a ceremony question box to be used at the held at the regular meeting of the next meeting was prepared and order at I. O. O. F. hall Thursday lunch was served. St. Mary's circle evening. Mrs. Warren Duesenberg will be in charge of the meeting was received by transfer. Balloting on new members followed and the charter was drrped for a pe- April 13. * * V PRISCILLA CIRCLE ENTERTAINS GUESTS Mrs. Elmer Nelson, Mrs. Iriod of 30 days J. H. Woodstock. in memory of mrs aimer ixeisim. Fxl Mrs. A. E. Mallory was elected ' w h t r home of Mrs John Ashland. Mrs with M^H. N, Mrs. Amy Walters Feted by Daughters on Anniversary CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Amy Walters was guest of honor at a courtesy given by her daughter, Mrs. Ray D. Robbins, at her home Thursday afternoon, the occasion marking the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Walters which was Wednesday. The time was spent informally and a two course lunch was 'served at the close. Mrs. Walters received a number of gifts including cut flowers and potted plants. Assisting Mrs. Robbins were her sister, Mrs. C. W. Seidel, and sister-in-law, Mrs. William Walters, both of Mason City. Mrs. J. L. Hockaday, Mason City, was an out-of-town guest. Mrs. Walters was also honored at a family party Sunday afternoon at which time her children and other relatives met at the Robbins home for a co-operative dinner. Carl Ashland led devotions and the Rev. Mr. .Mostrom the Bible lesson. Others took pyct in the. program and lunch was served. Mrs. Chris Ashland next hostess. will be the Clear Lake Briefs Larson's Place, North shore, opens Sunday, March 19. Mr. and Mrs. Orren Porter returned Thursday afternoon from California where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Howard Skellinger, and family at La Canada, Mrs. Porter's sisters, Mrs. Ben Baker at Santa Ana and Mrs. Perley Baker at Coachella, Mr. Porter's niece at Fresno and many old friends. They report a very fine time. French doughnuts Z5c dozen; soft pies--lemon, banana, butterscotch and cocoanut cream, 19c Sat. only. Clear Lake Bakery. Loyal Queens 4-H club wil meet Saturday at the Art Grattidge home with Dorothy Grattidge as hostess. nate. Mrs. Arleigh Eddy was named as first delegate to the district convention with Mrs. R. B. Kennedy alternate and Mrs. T L. Sears as second delegate with Mrs. L. L. Bless alternate. An Easter theme was used in table decorations for the 6:30 clock dinner served by Mr. and VIrs. Arthur Johnson, Mr. and :rs. B. C. Myhr and Mr. and Mrs. . A. Knutson. Six tables of jridge were played during the so- al hour with Mrs. " ' inning high score Gandhi says he once wished t die in remorse for smoking a cig aret. That's the way our first on affected us, too. -- Davenpor Times. DENTIST PRACTICE I PLATE Clear Lake Calendar Friday -- O. E. S. box social dinner, Masonic temple, 6:30 o'clock. Past Noble Grands club, I. O. O. F. Hall, 8 o'clock. Saturday -- Loyal Queens 4-H club, Dorothy Grattidge. Friday -- St. Francis circle, Catho' P. JORGENSON BURIED AT LAKE Retired Farmer Is Survived by Three Sons, Daughter CLEAR LAKE---Funeral services for Peter Jorgenson, 87, who died Wednesday morning of the frailities of age, were held Friday afternoon at Williams' funeral home with the Rev. Thomas B. Collins conducting the rites. Burial was in Clear Lake cemetery. . . Pallbearers were James Coni- bar, Fred W. Peterson, W. J. McGowan, Sherman Garlock, W. H. Bailey and Huben Fistler. Born in Denmark Mrs. R. A. Monaghen, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Harry Mason, sang "The Old Hugged Cross" and "Lead, Kindly Light" and Mrs. George Kimble and Mrs. Raymond Anderson arranged the flowers. Peter Jorgenson was born in Denmark March 13, 1852, and came to the United States when 15 years of age, stopping first at Nevada, Iowa, where he was married to Miss Marie Winters May ndiana, Kansas Ag's, Minnesota, Michigan Win in Intramurals CLEAR LAKE--Indiana put a 22 to 20 victory over on Iowa in the intramural games played at the high school gym Thursday evening with Lane counting 14 for the winners and Philippe eight for the losers. Kansas Aggies gol the better of Oklahoma in a 17 to 12 decision in which Mullert garnered 13 counts for the Aggies and Musgjerd nine for Oklahoma. Minnesota won 20 to 15 over Indiana Wistey hit eight times for the former and Lane six for the latter Finally, Michigan triumphed 40 to 13 over the Illinois five with Kim ball good for 25 of the top scor and Comstock nine for the lowe count. The intramurals are near ing the finish and fans are takJn stock of the number of game played and which teams still ar undefeated. There's alsvays something. Th less noise the typewriter make the better you can hear the sten ographer's gum smack.--Ceda Rapids Gazette. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS C. Huffman, $150. L115 Hoyfs 1st 1 Add to MC. 8-2-38. Phalen, Tim R., Sheriff, to I Home Owners' Loan Corp., $2,853.14. L 2 Axelson's Heplat of L I 1, 2, 3, and 4 B 5 Railroad ^dd Farran, Ruth and Mary Enid, to C. L. 3-7-39. Nels Petersen, $7,725. W'A SE 20- Phalen, Tim R., Sheriff to 5-19 and NE NE 29-95-19 exc. Home Owners' Loan Corp. $1,835.- RR r-w. 1-31-39. Prudential Ins. Co. of America o Arthur M. Grattidge and Stella 18 NH L 9 and E 4' of N% L10 B 37 Railroad Add. M. C. 3-3-39. Phalen, Tim R., Sheriff to Trav- 3-7-39. G., $11,000 NE NE of 11; SE SW elers Insurance Co., $13,767.51 SW and W% SE of 2 all in 95,22. 12- | o f 21; NW NW of 28 all in 94-22 8-38. Phalen, Tim H., Sheriff, to Home I Owners' Loan Corp., $1,928.43. Beg 2.27 2-3 chains N of. SE corner of L48 in Subd of S% of 3-9620 then N 1.72 2-3 chains, then W. 2.50 ch. then S 1.72 2-3 ch. then j E 2.50 ch. to beginning. 3-7-39. Liesenberg, Lloyd and Genora I A. to Thomas. G. Burns, $1. S 26 Fiery Itching Skin Try This Simple Home Treatment for Quick Ease and Comfort Here is · ctean, powerful, penetrating oil now dispensed by pharmacists everyTM where at trifling cost that brings speedy relief irom the Itching and tortures of ft. of LI and N 14 ft. of L2 B3 Cheney and Palmeter's Add to CL. 3-1-39. Rich, E. H. and Maud to Edith I Eczema."Itching "Toes'and Feet Rashes K Maulsby, SI. WV SW; L3 in and'other externally caused skin troublej. cj'«,!j r wiZ MW 4 07 ··' K 1R 1R I N°' on'* Aoc ' Moone's Emerald Oil Subd of W% NW 4-97-22. 6-18-JB. I , h( . (h » jtch|ng nd , orUln , bu , lt Phalen, Tim H., Sheriff, to Con- hc!p3 p rom ote more rapid ani healthy nectiCUt Mut Life Ins. Co., $8,171.- healing. You can obtain Moone's Emerald nl mS. NIT TMJiI N K ? P nf IB 95- °» in ""= original bottle at any modern 05 WVz NE and N ££, Ot irj-ao- \ itug clore o n \ guarantee ol money back 22. 3-6-39. if not completely satisfied. GreaseleH-- Hoyt, Joe A. and Coretta, to Ida I stainless. lUilY---ol C LclIUJiri ^it, -«_n*fc4*v»- · »~.w. -~ lie aid,' Mrs. F. G. Cookman, 24, 1872. The young couple lived AI\- u*u» * _ . . , .*·._....,, « n n*. XTnTiorii fnr- 1 11TY1P , 409 East Main street. , . on a farm near Nevada for a time IB FIRST ST. CEDAR RAPIDS SOUTH EAST OES MUINES MASON CITY SIOUX CITY Halvorson prize for vomen" and "Ralph Ingersoll high or men. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Crane nd Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ashland vere the committee. Mr. and Mrs. ddy, Mr. and Mrs. Sears and Mr. nd Mrs. Bless will serve the inner in ApriL * * * ENTERTAINS CLUB AT COURTESY MEETING Mrs. George Jamison enter- aincd members of the Do Your Jit club at a courtesy meeting at ler home Thursday with all but tour members present. Mr. and tfrs. Sorcnson and Mrs. Betty lyde were guests. A picnic dinner was served at noon and the :ime was spent playing cards and Chinese checkers. On March 22 ;he club will hold a housewarming for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huber at the new home into which they moved March 1. Mrs Fred W. Peterson will be hostess at the regular meeting March 28 * * * NATUKAL RESOURCES ARK LESSON THEME · "Natural Resources and Indus tries of Mexico" was the topi presented by Mrs. Clarence Prest holt for the lesson of the Lak View club which met at the home of Mrs. Roger Nelson for a postponed meeting Thursday afternoon. Mrs. George Perkin led de- tUJ .Ejaat i*iani awn-^-'-- -- . _ ,, - . O E S box social dinner, Ma- before moving to Wesley where sonic tempte. 6:30 o'clock for they-stayed several years before Masons and Eastern Stars. Townsend club, William Proctor home, East Division street, 8 o'clock. Rebekah Social ,circle I. O. O. F. hall, 2:30 o'clock. Past Noble Grands club, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 o'clock. Methodist aid, Circle No. 1, Mrs. M. L. Nutty, 110 East South street, 2 o'clock. Circle No. 2, Mrs. W. R, Kime, 500 East Main street. Circle No. 3, Mrs. James Bailey, 615 North Sixth street. Circle No. 6, Mrs. Merle Grodland, 704 North Jefferson street, 2:30 o'clock. St. Teresa's circle, Catholic aid, Mrs. W. C. Hofer, 300 Clara street. Dorcas society, Gospel Tabernacle, Mrs. Anna Bervin. which time election of officers will be held. * # * STUDIES EDUCATION, RELIGION AT MEETING moving to the vicinity of Clear Lake in 1901. At Lake 38 Years Thirty years ago they retired rom active labor and had lived n Clear Lake since. Mrs. Jorgenson died Feb. 9, 1932, and rom that time oil Mr. Jorgenson made his home with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Jorgenson, where he died Wednesday morning following a met illness. Mr. Jorgenson is survived by three sons, Andrew, John and Art. and a daughter. Mrs. Lon Fox, all of Clear Lake; three grandchildren, and five great grandchildren. Clear Lake Churches ZION UNITED LUTHERAN Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme: "The Work of God." John 6:24-36. Special Lenten music. Lenten thought: "There's something wrong with the persoi who wants to eo to heaven but votions and a dessert luncheon was served. Mrs. Lyle Stevens will be the hostess March 23 at Crescent club, met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Edward Huntting with Mrs. J. C. Davenport leading the lesson on "Education and Religion in Early America." Names of famous educators were used for roll call. Mrs. A. B. Phillips will be hostess March 30 with Mrs. W. W. Choate leading the lesson on "American Folk Songs." does not want to go to church." Choirs practice, Thursday, 7 and 8 o'clock. Confirmation classes, Saturday, 9:30 and 10:30 o'clock. Remember the Master Penny box. Ruben Mostrom, pastor. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning, service, 11 o'clock. The Hev. Ida O. Helgen, Mason City, will preach. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Paul Freligh, Mason City, will speak. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening, 7:30 o'clock. CHURCH OF CHRIST At I. O. O. F. hall. Preaching service, 9:30 o'clock. Sunday school, 10:30 o'clock.--D. L. Kratz, Coach Yeager Will Address Alumni Party James J. Yeager, coach of last season's outstanding football team at Iowa State college, will be the I peaker at a founders day and get acquainted" party sponsored y the Ceirro Gordo-Worth alumni lub to be held at the Clear Lake Country club Wednesday evening. The festivities will get under j vay at 6:30 o'clock with a steak dinner and the program will in- lude numbers by a trio from the owa State college girls' glee club 1 as well as speeches. Dancing and card games will follow. A speech Jy Dr. Charles E. Friley, president I of the college, will be heard at | 10:30 o'clock by radio. A large attendance is expected, I according to Harold Campbell, general chairman, who pointed out ihat parents of students and friends of the college have been I invited as well as the 245 alumni I in the .two counties and the 781 students from these counties now | in school. Committee chairmen appointed 1 by Mr. Camobel! include Marion I Olson and Charles B. Sherman, program; Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Garland, entertainment; Mr. and j Mrs. Don Blair, invitation and recreations; and Mr. and Mrs. John H. Perkins, Clear Lake, banauet. Those - receiving reservations until Tuesday evening include Mrs. C. F. Garland. 15 Thirteenth street southeast; Mrs. Russell C. Weaver. 222 Sixth street northwest; Mr. Olson, 211 Delaware avenue northeast; Mr. Campbell, 15 North Federal avenue; Mr. Perkins, 114 North Fourth street, Clear Lake, and Mrs. Blair R. F. D., Mason City. DOUBLE BOWL- WALLS SHAPED to keep tcater hot TUB STEEL A R C C H A S S I S CUATE DESIGN D R I V E pastor. HLiiniimnn CHURCH OF CHRIST The first wire bedspring was invented during the Civil war times by James Liddy ot Watertown, N. Y., who took the springs out of a buggy seat and put them under a mattress. THINK OF IT! getting all these features for only If ilie price of this new Speed Queen were as much as S2Q Higher, it would siill be "in line" with competition 1 It would etUl he a good value! You could slill feel you were getting your money's worth. Bui, \vilh the price of this Speed Queen Model "0" down as low as it is, you really are getting a tremendous bargain. Never before has Speed Queen, or any other -washer, offered such a quality-featured machine at so low a price. In all our washer-selling experience we have never known of a washer value that gives you so much for your money* Come in and see it- Pay for it as you use it . . . on Currie-Van Ness Co.'s Convenient Payment Plan! ^\irriE Van MESS £0 20-22 Edit State Street Phone 17 ft TH!S7PC.SET NOW ONLY i REGUtARir '24.37 FORMED HOME LUNCHEON PRICE M0.10 HERE'S WHAT YOU GET: Brtul.r *!.** ALL 7 PIECES (Flu. RiKfc and Clraner ONLY $18.98 This Week! 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Preaching service, 11 o'clock.-Mrs. Charles Hill. LUTHERAN, MISSOURI SYNOD At Legion hall. Sunday school. 1:30 o'clock. Divine services, 2 o'clock. We invite you to come and worship with us.--N. S. Tjernagel, pastor. METHODIST Church school, 9:45 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Special music by the choir. Epworth league, 7:30 o'clock. Evening serv-» ice, 7:30 o'clock. A cordial welcome to all.--Thomas B. Collins, pastor. PEOPLE'S At Legion Hall Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Young People's meeting, 6:45 o'clock Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock Regular prayer meeting Thursday evening.--Chauncey Merwin, pastor. CONGREGATIONAL Church school, 10 o'clock. Classes for all young folks. Church worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme: "Blessed Are the Pure in Heart." Special music: Anthem-All in the April Evening" by Robertson; solo---"E'en as a Flower" by Logan, sung by Mrs. C. A. Pease. Trail Blazers. 5 o'clock. Shirley Vorse will lead devotions and Mrs. J. B. Calhoun the lesson, "Returning Good for Evil." A social hour follows. Congo club, 6:30 o'clock. Miss Helen King will lead devotions and Miss Leona Eliasen will tell of her visit to Denmark. Refreshments will be served. Young folk of high school age are invited.--J. B. Calhoun, pastor. This Saturday or ANY DAY NEXT WEEK Buy a Used Car and Save! MORTMJOWA MASON CITY MARCH 18-25 O See Any of These Co-operating Mason City Automobile Dealers . . . A printed certificate guaranteeing lifetime wear with reasonable care, Is given with each set. DAMON'S HOUSEWARES CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for kindnesses shown us in our recent bereavement in the loss of our beloved mother. Howard and Wayne Ross. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Netzer and Family. BIRUM-OUSON COMPANY 316 N. Federal Ave. i CERRO GORDO NASH CO. 115 N. Delaware Ave. FOLSOM AUTO COMPANY 19 Third Street N. E. HART MOTORS, Inc. 120 N. Delaware Ave. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY 23 Sixth Street S. E. JEWEL MOTORS, Inc. 305 N. Federal Ave. JOHN GALLAGHER, Inc. 116 S. Delaware Ave. LAP1NER MOTOR CO. 125 S. Delaware Ave. LIEN NELSON 612 S. Federal Ave. NORTH IOWA MOTORS 520 N. Federal Ave. PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. 202 First Street S. E. S. and R. CHEVROLET CO. 18 S. Washington Arc. THE CAR MARKET IS Second Street S. E. ZENOR MOTOR CO. 21 Second Street S. W. ! CONSULT THE GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD SECTION FOR NORTH IOWA USED CAR WEEK BARGAINS

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