Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 17, 1939 · Page 16
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 17, 1939
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fg- ;· MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE / FHIDAV, MARCH 17, 1939 IT COSTS LESS TO LIVE in CLEAR LAKE Clear Lake Globe-Gazette "ft C A n I A \fftf rs A .. ^ . . , _ . , . _ _ . _ _ _ . . ^^^ ^^TM ^^ ^^ ~ ~ ^^ 'CLEAR LAKE'S DAILY NEWSPAPER BUILD YOUR HOME IN THE CITY of RECREATION JOINT ROTARY DINNER GIVEN St. Patrick's Theme Is Provided For 'Night's Program CLEAR LAKE--Donning green stovepipe hats and puffing on clay pipes, Clear Lake and JMasou City Rotarians sat down to a dinner meeting Thursday niglu at the Congregational church. Irish ballads, in solo and quartet versions, met with great favor as sung by a foursome made up of Larry Reardon, Jim Archie, Charles Dalin and Jim Fitzgerald, all of Mason City. Ralph Geer accompanied at the piano. Jack Welch sang a request selection "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling." The evening's program, given by the Mason Cityans who were the guests of the Clear Lake Rotary club, was in charge of Dr. Don J FitzGerald. _ Tim Phalen amused the gathering with brief, humorous talk on inter-city fellowship. About 80 were present. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all the neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted us at the time of the illness and death of our husband and father, Roy Dobbs. We also extend thanks to Stafford Post 'No. 222 of the American Legion · for its help at the funeral services, also all others who assisted in any way. Mrs. Roy Dobbs and Daughter, Darlene. Lower Floor to Be Surf Innovation Will Be Similar to Ballroom at ' Terp in Austin CLEAR LAKE--A sunken dance floor, similar to that at the Terp ballroom in Austin, will be a feature of interior r e m o d e l i n g planned at the Surf. Additional improvements will include new booths to replace all tables and the present booths, 1 new fixtures designed to further improve lighting, 420 yards of J new carpeting around the edge of the dance floor, and complete remodeling of the band shell and stage. Replacing the huge centerpiece now used to illuminate the ballroom will be eleven hanging fixtures extending from the ceiling, and installation of new bracket lighting fixtures on the walk. The new sunken dance floor will serve to set off the ballroom proper from the remainder of the interior, particularily in the presentation of floor entertainment, and will also sei've to minimize any overflow of spectators on to the dance fioor. Ernest Anderson is supervising installation of the new floor. FIX UP YOUR CAR FOR SPRING PHILLIPS One-Stop FLOYD K1MBALU, Prop. Clear Lake Congratulates-Mr. and Mrs. George M. Long, whose wedding anniversary was March 17. Beverly Ballantyne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ballantyne whose fifth birthday anniversary' was March 17. O. J. King, whose birthday anniversary was March 17. C«iiit»(ul.f«i., Hems are »ew s h c D C o Ihtv arc published without chine It possible please phone your Hems to °~»9 the day belore publication. W I T K E ' S Beach Lunch For the. eleventh consecutive year, we are installing new equipment and redecorating at both the Kooi Stein and the Beach Lunch. We have improved our p l a n t each year because we think it is good business never to stop t r y i n g to serve the public better than we did the year before. Witke's is located where (in an area of one city block) you can find all those essentials to a perfect summer: Good f o o d and drink, s u p e r b dancing, bathing, fishing and boating facilities, and plentiful cottage accommodations. W I T K E ' S Kool Stein Speaking of Improvements Perkins Dairy has just installed the latest type bottle filler and capper, which means clinically clean handling of milk as always. We hope soon to drill a well behind our plant, to provide our own water supply for cooling of milk. Perkins Dairy Clear Lake and Mason City B I L L Y ' S C A S I N O The new Billy's Casino will be twice as large as the old structure, admirably suited to accommodate everyone f r o m Johnny and his best girl to o convention group of 250 people. 50 booths will be buift around o sunken dance floor, providing perfect facilities for dining and doncing and unobstructed view of floor shows. While the new Casino is under construction, enjoy short orders and soft drinks served at Billy Schober, Sr.'s South shore stand. B I L L Y ' S C A S I N O Surf and Witke's to Remodel Program Begins at Clear Lake Building, Remodeling Will Total $50,000 I Clear Lake Briefs Elaborate interior remodeling, together nitk installation of neiv equipment and fixtures is scheduled to begin shortly at tile Surf ballroofti «itkc's Kool Stein and Witke's Beach Lunch, pic- lured above. Ernest Anderson has already begun redecorating of (he stage at the Surf, vhich has arranged remodeling- to avoid conflict ivitli regu- br dancing at the widely-known ballroom. The stag_e improvements are scheduled for completion Friday. The Kool Stein will be completely redecorated, and a, new cashier's cage and booth ends installed. The kitchen will be remodeled and new eqmpmeiit added. At the Beacli Lunch, the KitcJien will be enlarged and redecorated This spring marks the eleventh consecutive year that JMtkes have invested in improvements at their two establishments Ritz and Kuns Plan Remodeling (Left) Charles'Kitz, busy proprietor of the Clear take Golf club, Kitz hotel, "Ritz cafe, is planning to install a new front on the hotel and add more porch booths this spring. (Kisht) Jack Kuns intends to remodel the front; and interior of his Kun's Kitchen cafe at Clear Lake as one of the "eight commercial improvement projects contemplated by resort businessmen. Arthur Larson, former shopman at DeBruyn's super service station.'has been promoted to the position of service man left vacant by the resignation of Gus Heinrich. Mr. Larson, who has been ill, has returned to work. Ralph Combes, Mason City, will lecture on "Prophecy Speaks" at the Lakeside church Sunday evening. The song service will open at 7:4o o clcock. Visit our shop and sec all the new spring clothes. Nichols Shop. Wayne Ross entered Park hospital, Mason City, Wednesdav for treatment of a mastoid infection. Mrs. L. J. Krall is in charge of a bake sala at St. Rita's circle of the Catholic aid will hold Saturday morning at the Lake View market r T H C w£ Id a °- Helsen of th = Good Will mission. Mason City will preach at the Gospel Tabernacle Sunday morning and Mrs Paul Freligh will speak in the evening. Sec the styles aj^d colors of our T spn ' ng liats - KnU sh °p- i*. Dorcas society of the Gospel Tabernacle planned to meet Friday evening at the home of Mrs Anna Bervin. Mrs. W. A. Frankie was to lead the lesson and Mrs. Ir- vm Lee was in charge of the music. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thayer rc- taurned Thursday afternoon from Crockett, Cal., where they went early in January to visit their daughter. Mrs. W. H. Junk They visited the fair at San Francisco several times and Mr. Thayer's brother, E. A. Thayer, at Seattle ash., as well as many others C. W. Butts for well drilling, pump, windmill repair. Ph. 606-W Funeral services for Theodore Johnson, 59, who died at his home north of Clear Lake Tuesday morning, will be held at Ward's funeral home at 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon and at 2:30 o'clock at the church in Hanlontown Burial will be in Brush Point cemetery. K UN'S ITCHEN Famous For the Best Coffee You Ever Tasted. For Food That's Broilated. OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY K UN'S ITCHEN S P E C I A L Right now we hove o special price on nails and building materials. See the new gas floor furnace. No cellar or foundation needed -- hangs from floor -- ideal for the small house or cottage. One customer just installed three. Me Go wan 6c Sheridan HARDWARE Clear Lake Ernest Anderson General Contractor For All Types of Construction Remodeling Building Repairs Ernest Anderson General Contractor If You Think of Building Let the PAGE and CRANE LUMBER COMPANY Be Your Counselor We hove plan books with the latest designs of inexpensive houses a n d other buildings. Our advice will enable you to get the most for your money. Our stock is large and complete -- Our service none better. We believe in volume rather than high prices. Consult with us about material and financing. 'The Town Clock Lumber Yard" F A R M E R S Lumber Yard When if is quality building material, you think of the Farmers Lumber Yard. We make a special effort to buy the best materials, seasoned to go into your home. Why take a chance on poor material? Joists must be strong and pre-shrunk. We invite your inspection and will be glad to cooperate with you. Look over our plans. Phone 333 F A R M E R S Lumber Yard Lake Hatchery let us supply your needs in baby chicks and poultry equipment. Farm seeds of all kinds, including Iowa Wealth high bred seed corn. Lake Hatchery Sondrol Bldg. -- Clear Uke Refrigerated Lockers NOW RENTING at STUNKARD REFRIGERATED LOCKER SYSTEM 307 West Main CLEAR LAKE WOODFORD- WHEELER Lumber Company Phone 15 "Where the Home Begins" You Can Save Money By Buying From Us. Try Us and See. "One-Stop" Home Building Service-From Plan to Financing. Yards: Clear Lake, Bri'tf, Chopin, Garner, Goodell, Meservey, Pomeroy, Thornton, Ventura Clear Lake Is Growing This bank is proud to have a part in the city's development, a n d commends the businessmen whose vision is building a Greater Clear Lake. Clear take First National Bank Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Billy Schober, Sr., to Rebuild Casino Typical of the many businessmen who are registering their faith in Clear Lake's future by improving: their plant Is Billy Schober, Sr., who is building a new and larger "Billy's Casino" this sprine on the exact site of the old Casino recently destroyed by fire. Business Firms Get Ready For Summer With New Building CLEAR LAKE--A $50,000 com-' mercial building program is scheduled for this spring at Clear Lake. Contracts have already been let for extensive interior remodeling at the Surf ballroom, and seven other improvements will soon get under way, These include erection of a new Billy's Casino on the site of- the night club recently destroyed by fire; construction of Clear Lake's first refrigerated locker system by Lyle Stunkard; building of 11 new over-night cabins on the North shore by John Baago; remodeling projects at Witke's Kool Stein and the Beach Lunch; a new front and added porch booths at the Ritz hotel; a new soundproof floor at the Holler Drome skating rink, and remodeling at Kun's Kitchen Woodford Wheeler is supplying building materials for the Baago and Roller Drome projects. Perkins dairy plans to apply to the city council for pel-mission to drill a well behind the downtown plant, to provide their own water supply for cooling of milk. Recently the daily installed a new automatic bottle filler and capper. The Lake hatchery, a newcomer on Main street, recently installed complete new equipment. 2 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS To 'he DANCING PUBLIC BUI SIC LOVERS of NORTH IOWA Regularly scheduled dances will continue through remodeling until further notice. FRIDAY St. Patrick's Dance Huck Shaffer FOE OLD AND YOUNG 2Gc - 41c Tax Incl. SATURDAY Doc Lawson PLUS ADDED ATTRACTION 26e-74c Ta,x Incl. Sun., Dance Class Paul JWoorhead 26c-60c Tax Incl. being remodeled, redecorated refurnished at a large cost order that we may continue to serve you ivith the best of ballroom accommodations. 2nd -THE APPEARANCE OF HERBIE HOLMES AND HIS MODERN MUSIC ORCHESTRA TUESDAY, MARCH 21 Heard nightly over CBS in recent months from's exclusive Edgewater Beach Hotel. · STREAMLINED · SOUTHERN SWING After hearing- this band at the Terp Wednesday I am satisfied that they will please you. C. J. Fox WITH Xancy Ifutson Lloyd Kundling Gene Babbitt Arno Lewis The Glee dab Three Ebyllim Bebelj Four tevee Loungers and Others LADIES 40c - GENTS 80c--PLUS TAX DIRECT from BROADWAY BILL FURROW and MARY GAMMELL Direct from a week's engagement or Billy Rose's Caj a Mariana, New York City, come these two shag and New .Yorker artists and stars of Warner Bros. Pictures. NOW APPEARING NIGHTLY AT CLEAR LAKE GOLF CLUB Thru Friday and Saturday, March 17-18 Make up a party for one of those heavenly fried chicken dinners with good old southern biscuits, prepared bv our genial chef, Clint Ashford. Plenty of parking space inside the grounds. Admission 40c per person. FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE CLEAR LAKE 14

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