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April 10, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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T SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 10 Ji 1936 Five Initiated Into National Honor Unit CLEAR LAKE!--The National Honor society initiated five new members into the organization at the monthly meeting held this week. There are two seniors, Maxine Fox and Marion Phillippe, and three juniors, Margaret Hughes, Margery Jacofoson and Merrill Clausen received in membership. The school nurse, Mrs. Elizabeth Brandon, presented an interesting: talk to the group. ' Clear Lake Calendar Saturday--Grant's 4-H club at Miss Vivian Bach home, north of Clear Lake. Dance at North Shore Country club. Dance at Surf ballroom. Monday --Music Mothers' club at city hall, 3. Tuesday--Priscilla club at Mrs. Sawyer home, East Main street. Tina Rebekah lodge at I. O. 0. F. hall, Mrs. A. C. Sater and Mrs. S. O. Bacon serving. Betty Furness, Sarah Haden, Ralph Morgan, Lucien Littlefield and Henry Armetta. A tender love heme between the two stars fol- ows throughout the sory, but each'es a climax when the main igures are threatened with tra- 'edy. . » * * GLADYS SWARXHOUT IS IN PARK ATTRACTION CLEAR LAKE--Gladys Swarth- ut, glamorous singing star of op- ra and radio, makes her film debut in Paramount's romantic musical roduction, "Rose of the Rancho," vhich will be seen Sunday and Monday at the Park theater. John Boles, handsome dramatic singer, is the leading man. The story of this ilm centers around the colorful own of Monterey, California's first tate capital and scene of a series f disorders almost unprecedented n our pioneer history. A new com- dy team, Willie Howard and Herb Williams, take care of the lighter moments in the production, which las 11 new songs and four Spanish .ances. ' Theater Attractions "MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION" IS FEATURE AT LAKE CLEAR LAKE -- "Magnificent Obsession," produced by John Stahl, which starts a two day engagement Sunday at the Lake theater, is based on Lloyd Douglas' best selling novel by the same name. Paris is the setting and the sweethearts are beautiful Irene Dunne and Robert Taylor, supported by a strong cast, Charles Butterworth, LAKE THEATRE Friday - Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE "7 Keys to Baldpate" Buck Jones, "Silver Spurs" SUNDAY - MONDAY . Irene Dunne - Rob't. Taylor "MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION" Late News - Mickey Mouse Sunday 'til 2--21c Evening, Adults 26c-10c : arm Youth Found on Highway With His Head Crushed Dies ALBERT LEA, Minn.. (/P)--Richard Rufhus, 15, farm youth found on a highway several miles from his home with his head crushed, died in a hospital Friday without being able to tell officers how he was injured. An inquest was set for Saturday while authorities continued an investigation seeking to determine whether an attack or an automobile accident caused the injury. The injured boy was found.yesterday. ParkTheaterTonite A Paramount Picture "WITHOUT REGRET" News - Vitaphone Vaudeville and Scrappy. lOc and 16c SATURDAY a Western Thrille "Justice of the Range" lOc SUNDAY and MONDAY A Paramount Picture "Rose of the Rancho" Admission lOc and IGc Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 . . HELEN HENDKICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertrsmg Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 FRANK SHEEHY AWARDED FIRST Grafton, Rockford and Clear Lake Pupils to Enter District Contest. CLEAR LAKE--Frank Sheehy, fr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank jheehy, North Second street, won irst in oratory in the pre-district eclamatory contest at the auditor- urn at Waverly Thursday night. Speaking "History Stumps" he re- eived first place rankings by two Jf the judges and second by the hird. Esther Landdeck of Grafton won irst in the dramatic section with the selection, "Mercedes," with two irst places and one second by the udges. Evelyn Rose of Roekford ilaced first in humorous with 'Suzie Slake's Vacation." The three Waverly contestants were given second places, and Martha Ruth James of Thornton was awarded third place in dramatic. Stanley Roberta of Osage won third in oratorical and Dorothy Holmberg of Decorah, third in humorous. Judges at the contest, Miss Edna Luce, Supt. and Mrs. A. E. Rankm, all of Hampton, report keen competition. ' Sheehv will represent Clear Lake in the district contest at Postville, April 17, the last contest before the state contest. Miss Myrtle Oulman, dramatic coach, accompanied Sheehy to the contest. D. D. Macbonald, 80, F o r m e r Auditor for Chickasaw County, Dies 'NEW HAMPTON--D. D. MacDonald, 80, former Chickasaw county auditor, died Friday. His widow one daughter and three sons survive. Cantata Will Be Presented at Lake M. E. Outstanding Musical Talent of City to Be Presented in Solo Work. CLEAR LAKE--A sacred cantata, "The Redemption,", by Die Erie- sung, will be given at the Methodist church at the evening services at 7-30 o'clock Easter Sunday under the direction of Miss Clara Metcalf. This Easter message of Redemption in Song is open to all members and friends of the church. Soloista appearing with the regular chorus choir will be William Madsen, Charlotte Wolford, Adeline Sutcliffe, Mrs. Faith Monaghen. Willis Miller, Harry Mason, Margaret Wolford, Royal Bernie Knudscn, Greta Hintzman, and Charlotte Chappell, all of Clear Lake; Martha and Lucie Meter, Northville, N. Y., and Carol Kunz, Tcnafly, N. J. The male quartet with a personnel of Royal Hintzman, Bernie Knudsen, William Madsen and Willis Miller, duets by Adeline Sutcliffe and Royal Hintzman, Charlotte and Margaret Wolford, Bernie Knudsen and Royal Hintzman, Harry Mason and Mrs. Monaghen and a violin obligato played by Marguerite Kennedy with the beautiful soprano voice of Mrs. Monaghen are among the features on the program. PART I. Overture, Die Erlesung, Mre. Frances Miller, organist. "Entreaty," William Madsen and chorus. "Now Will I Arise Saith the Lord", duet: Royal Hintzman, Adeline Sutcliffe and chorus. "Watchman Tell Us of the Night, bv ladies quartet, maJe quartet: Royal Hintzman, Bernie Knudsen, William Madsen and Willis Miller. "Unto Us a Child Is Born," solo, Adeline Sutcliffe, solo, Wilham Madsen and chorus. Startling reductions for QUICK CLEARANCE on all our 1936 Philco Floor Sam- pies and Demonstrators I This is your opportunity to own a latest model Philco at a tremendous saving. A great variety of models included--Consoles, "X" Models, Baby Grands--all at amazing reductions from regular prices. Blue Tag Bargains Come In. See how you Save! We've marked our . b i g g e s t bargains with BLUE TAGS. Out they go--you'll be amazed at these Clearance Sale savings! Only 1 or 2 o? a kind and no more when they're sold. The best buys are sure to go fast. So come early -don't risk regrets. Trade in your old radio while these money-saving offers last. Baby Grands Console of a Kind! SAVINGS ' · . " - ! · . . while they last! Every Set in Good Condition The floor samples offered in this Clearance Sale are all in first class condition and are sold with the same factory guarantee as a brand new set. They bring you Philco's latest improvements. World Wide Reception, Built-in Aerial Tuning System, etc. If you expect to own a new radio this year, BUY NOW and SAVE! The Best Bar-gains Will ©o Fasti Come Early! for the Best Selection! anc? pBOPLES GAS ANB COE COACH IS LAKE SPEAKER Football and Basketball Trophies Presented to Athletic Group. CLEAR LAKE--Moray Eby, head of the athletic department and football coach of Coe college, Cedar Rapids, addressed the Clear Lake basketball and football boys and businessmen at the banquet Thursday night at the Methodist church. The affair which included 100, was sponsored by the Lions club. Mr. Eby in telling the qualifications of an all-American grid man repeated the points of Andy Kerr, coach' at Colgate University, New York. He used the four S's for his theme, size, 180 pounds or over with the ability to handle self well; speed, which includes a shifty gait; smartness and spirit, something within that is more or less a fifth sense. He pointed out that boys must enter sports with the idea that there is more to get out of them than just the fun of playing; he must get a real education for life. Eby was accompanied to the lake by his son, Bob Eby, who was a guest at the banquet. Arthur Johnson acted as toastmaster, introducing the speakers. B. C. Myhr, president of the school board and member of the Lions, welcomed the boys and Supt. C. A. Pease responded. Short talks were given by Chick Sutherland, Mason City, Assistant Coach Dale, Harmon and Coach Chris Johnston who introduced all -of the boys and the main speaker. Much honor was paid to the teams this year who won two North Iowa conference trophies which were presented at this'time. Leins who will enter Coe college in the fall and Jim Lane, who has won basketball, football and track letter awards for every year he has been in high school, both leave a fine record which the oncoming teams will have to work to live up to. Others Courtesy Held for Mrs. Raymond, Bride CLEAR LAKE--A group of friends and classmates complimented Mrs. Franklin Raymond with a postnuptial shower Tuesday evening at the John Fankel farm home, north of Clear Lake. Mrs. Raymond, who was Betty Fankell before her marriage, March 28, received a number of gifts. Recipes and household hints were given to the bride during the evening. A mock wedding- was the feature of the enter- tainnint. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond will reside on a farm north of Albert Lea, Minn. Clear Lake Churches CONGREGATIONAL Children's Easter program at 10:15 at which time souvenir Easter crosses will be given. Special Easter worship at 11 with special music by the choir. Special offering for the choir. Sermon theme by pastor, "Creative Faith." Special flower decorations of the church will be in charge of Mrs. R. C. Ingersol. Mrs. G. E. Troeger is chairman of the welcoming committee. -- H. E. Blough, pastor. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Sunday school at 10 with special singing service. Preaching and holy communion at 11 o'clock on Easter Sunday by the pastor. Confirmation class Saturday morning. Prayer meeting Thulrsday at 7:30.--S. M Stenby, pastor. ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN Confirmation class Saturday at ,,. Sunday school at 9:45, with classes for all ages. Morning worship at 11 with sermon by Christian ^ystig, visiting pastor from St. 3 aul. Music by senior choir under drs. J. J. McCormick. Special of- 'ering for church budget. L. D. R. Monday at Viggo Jacobson home, Dlga, Elsie and Esther Jacobson lostesses.--H. O. Umess, pastor. METHODIST Dark services at 7:30 o'clock, Good Friday. Sunday school at 10. Special Easter services at 11, sermon by pastor, theme, "Behold the Man.' 1 Special Easter music. The cantata, "The Redemption" will be given under the direction of Clara Metcalf at 7:45. There will be no ipworth league.--Dr. B. W. Riner, pastor. FIRST CHUKCH CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street Sunday school at 10. Church services at 11. Wednesday evening services at 8. CHURCH OF CHRIST I. O. 0. F. hall Special services for Easter Sunday. Short program by children at Sunday school hour, 10. Preaching at 11 by Duey C. Kooy of the Minneapolis Bible institute. Mrs. Kooy who is an artist will assist by sketching pictures during his talk. Special music by the couple.--Mrs. Amy Walters, Sunday school superintendent. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Division street Sunday school at 10. Morning services at 11. Evening services at 7:30.--Mrs. H. M. Dunsmoor and James Miller, pastor. Mrs. T. E. Fleming Dies at Manchester MANCHESTER, LY)--Mrs. T. E. Fleming, 81, whose late husband served as district superintendent o£ .he Upper Iowa conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, died lere Thursday aC the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Cloud. She had been in failing health for a long time. The Rev. Mr. Fleming had served^ at Davenport, Marshalltown and rayette and as district superintendent before retiring in 1914 whe'a they came here. He died in 1917. Heavy Dust Curtain Rolls Through Texas DALLAS, Tex., (iP)--A heavy curtain of dust from 6,000 to 16,000 feet thick rolled over a 400 mile wide path through Texas Friday as light rains brought relief to drought stricken areas further north. 'A Man of Sorrows," soprano solo Mrs. Faith Monaghen. '"Arise and Shine," by the chorus. FART D. "There Were Shepherds," Adeline Sutcliffe and chorus. "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear," Charlotte and Greta Chappell Martha and Lucie Meter of Nor'thville, N. Y., Carol Kunz, Tena- that will be leaving this year who win be missed are Fredricksen, Bill Turner, Red Ostrander, Widger, Ora Pierce, A. Griffith, Callanan and Coe. Syd Levy entertained the boys of the two squads and coaches at the Lake theater following the banquet. fly, N. J. 'Fairest Lord Jesus," duet, Ber- SERV-ALL Fruit and Vegetable Stand Corner 8th St. and South Federal Avenue me Knudsen and Royal Hintzman. "In These Days," Charlotte Wolford and chorus. "A Lowly King," solo, Bernie Knudsen. "Blessed Are They," male quartet. "Suffer Little Children," soprano solo and violin obligato, Mrs. Faith Monaghen and Marguerite Kennedy. "Hosanna,". Willis Miller and chorus. "The Son of Man Is to Be Crucified," Harry Mason, Mrs. Faith Monaghen and chorus. "Jersualem, The Golden," duet. Misses Charlotte and Margaret Wolford. "Could Ye Not Watch," solo, Royal Hintzman. "Thy Will Be Done," male quartet and chorus. "Crucify Him," chorus. PART HI. "The Resurrection," Mrs. Faith Monaghen, Willis Miller and chorus. "Ascension Hymn," chorus. "Adoration," solo, Royal Hintzman, Mrs. Faith Monaghen, Miss Marguerite Kennedy. Clear Lake Briefs Wallpaper cleaner--one can will make your kitchen like new--lOc. At Baileys. Large selected fresh country eggs 16c doz. Basket Grocery, Clear Lake. Look your best in the Easter parade, visit the Park Barber and Beauty Shop. Permanents $1.95 up. Phone 44. Jennie Jenkins. F. P. Walker is spending several weeks in Rochester, Minn., where he is receiving treatment at the Mayo him. Easter candies--Easter, novelties Easter cards--the largest line in city, at Baileys. Free! This week and next, free paste with each order of wallpaper. Bass Pharmacy. Opening! Walking Cafe. Easter special Sunday dinner. Bush's bread at your grocer. Mrs. Ira Conklin who has spent the winter with her son, Harry Conklin at Osage, is a housegueat at the' home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Fred Opel, Grant street. Easter chocolate eggs, your name lOc. leave your order now. At Baileys. Special Easter hams. Hansen s Meat Market. Ladies' silk hosiery. A new line of ladies' 50c full-fashioned at Baileys. Marvin Winnie is spending his Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Winnie. Sliced bason, per Ib. 2»c. Hanson's Meat Market. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Carpenter, who have spent the winter in Tampa, Fla, arrived home this week. They have taken rooms at the Mrs. J. E. Gifford home until their home damaged by fire a week ago can be repaired. Just received new stock of wallpaper. Corner Drug. f. J. Wheeler, Ames, arrived f n spend the summer with his daugh- ter, Mrs. A. A. Joslyn, and family. Garden seeds: Three regular 5c packages for lOc at Baileys. Special Easter chicken dinner, home made ice cream at Larson's North Shore Place. Lamp shades: A new lot just ar- rived--15c to 39c--beautiful designs. Get your pick early. At Baileys. Art Bussa has returned from Chicago and will spend the summer with his parents south of Clear Lake. Onion sets: White, red, yellow, 9c pound, 3 Ibs. 25c. At Baileys. Stanley Wick, student at Wheaton cellege. Wheaton, 111., is touring with the men's glee club through Oklahoma. Arkansas and Missouri during the 10 day Easter vacation. He is the son of Mrs. Iver Hodnefield, East Main street. Sat. specials: Filled coffee cakes, lOc; Hot Cross buns, 15c doz. Clear Lake Bakery. Garden rakes -- h o e s -- spading forks. At Baileys. Mrs. F. G. Atherton, who underwent an operation at the Colonial hospital, Rochester, Mnin., expects to return to her home here Sunday. Blue grass and clover seed--SOc and SOc a Ib.--first quality--get yours now at Baileys. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Thomsen and daughter, Gladys, are spending several days in Chicago attending the wedding of a relative. Word has been received that W. H. Considine, formerly of Clear Lake, is seriously ill at the home of his daughter at Iowa City. Mr. ana Mrs. C. S. Thompson and daughter of Mason City have moved in Stony Croft cottage in Geist park. Mr. Thompson is cashier of the Northwest Savings bank, Mason City. Gilbert Jensen, student at University of Iowa, Iowa City, arrived to spend the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jensen, South Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Giger, Belle Plaine, will arrive Saturday to spend Easter with Mrs. George Bonner and son, Frank, at the Frederic apartments. Mrs. Bonner will accompany her daughter home for a few davs' visit. Mrs. Mary Bowman, public librarian, left Friday to spend Easter with her daughter. Mrs. L. J- Allen and family, at Rochester. Minn. Mrs. Andrew Johnston. Offdcn, who has been visiting at the home of her son. Coach Chris Johnston, during the tiast week, will return home Saturday for Easter Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. Forde Lee and daushters. Marion Park drive, plan to spend the week-end at Des Moines at the Bruce Thompson residence. Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Thompson are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Woodstocl and daughter. Rosemarie of Minneapolis clan to arrive Saturdav to scend the week-end with the J. H. Woodstocks, South Second street. Rosemarie. who suffered from scarlet fever several weeks- aro. will remain here with her ^randnarentR for pevcrsl -weeks, while J»nc. who has been here since f?ll. will return to Minncnnoli« with them. Miss Pnrothv Tlmve lff Fridn\ mornint to snunrt the week-end at her home at Spencer. Thousands of BALLOONS, BIRDS, WHISTLES, RUBBER BALLS, etc. for the Kiddies, providing they are accompanied by parents--or parents may take them home to the children. No purchase required in order to receive the free novelties. FREE SCIENCE ADVISES AGAINST MEALS LOW IN NEEDED "BULK" Reports ALL-BRAN Supplies This Dietary Adjunct - SPECIALS WASHINGTON WINESAP APPLES, basket 99e NORTHERN POTATOES, bag 79c ONIONS, bag 19c We carry a full line of GARDEN SEEDS, the product of a well known Seed Company. EVERYTHING SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED! 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