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April 14, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 14 1936 SEVEN Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 WILL IMPROVE LAKE BUILDINGS Freeman Purchased Sirrine House to Remodel for Apartments. CLEAR LAKE--There are several business transactions in Clear Lake that will result in improvement of the city. A. E. Peterson, druggist, has purchased the old Uptown theater building on Main street and work began this week on remodeling it, into a modern store building. Mr. Petersen did not reveal his plans as to the occupants of the building. Fred Martin has rented the north annex of the Lake theater building and plans to establish a modern barber shop in the building. H. E. Freeman has purchased the house at 111 North Third street and the two and one half acres of land on South Second street across from the Outing club, from the Miller sisters. Work has started on remodeling the house into four apartments. This was formerly known as the Steve Sirrine property. The Charles Humphrey SO acre farm one mile south of State park has been purchased by Ncls Lekwa of Dows. The Humphreys will keep possession of the place until March 1, 1937. Noon Meeting Planned forW.C.T.U.AllDay Institute Wednesday CLEAR LAKE--The W. C. T. U. will hold an institute Wednesday at the city hall. The business session will be hefd at 10 o'clock. Morning, noontide and afternoon devotions will be led by Mrs. Wesley Hill, Mrs. James w'hite and Mrs. B. W. Riner. At 12 o'clock noon there will be a picnic dinner with music '03' the high school brass sextet which was ranked superior in the siibdistrict music contest at Britt several days ago, talks by Hugh Stickler, high school teacher, and Dr. B. W. Riner, pastor of the Methodist church. Several speakers have been acquired for the afternoon, Mrs. H. E. Blough, Mrs. L. S. Dorchester and Mrs. Mary Davidson, county president. Mrs. Dale Harmon will sing a solo. A- picnic lunch will be served at noon. Members will bring the lunch, own dishes and silver. Junior Girl Cagers Win School Tourney CLEAR LAKE--The junior basketball team captained by Ellen O'Brien won the elimination tournament among high school girls. The other junior team won the consolation tournament. This department will start baseball next Monday or as soon as the diamonds are marked on the playground. PARK THEATRE TONIGHT and WEDNESDAY A United Artists Picture! "PAtiOOKA" with Lupe Velez Jimmy Durante, Stewart Erwin, Robert Armstrong, Marjorie Kambeau, William Cagney. Admission lOc and 16c Clear Lake Briefs All wool twin sweater sets, $2.50. Nichols Shop. Miss Amy Stcffin returned Monday from spending the week-end at Waiikon with her parents. All wool plaid skirts, $1.50. Nichols Shop. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown, North Second street, returned Monday night after spending the week-end in Newell with their relatives. They visited Mr. Brown's father, J. C. Brown, and Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Clark. New linen blouses, $1.95 Nichols j Shop. ' Barry Braheny, who is employed at the Iowa liquor store in Clear Lake, and J. C. Braheny, South Third street, were called to Mason City Monday night by the serious illness of their father, J. J. Braheny, who died at his home there at 5:15 o'clock Tuesday morning. A daughter, Mrs. R. Hickcy, Des Moines, arrived Sunday to be with her father. Lost--Pearl necklace, reward. Mrs. H. Larson, Phone 230. Art Knapp returned to Iowa City Monday after spending his vacation from the university with his mother and brother here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stark, Kice- ville. were guests Monday at the home ' of Mrs. F. C. Paul, South street. Mr. Clark is a nephew of Airs. Paul. Mrs. Paul entertained Mrs. Will Bathen of Mason City at her home Tuesday. They are girlhood friends and had not seen each other for 25 years. The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Rlough and children and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. DeMott returned Monday nignt from an over Easter visit, with relatives at Waterloo. Mr, and Mrs. George Kabrick, Crane street, spent Sunday at Forest City with Mrs. Kahr'ck'a father, F. C. "Oleson. A family gathering was held with 35 persons nt dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Woodstock and daughter, Rose Marie, are spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woodstock, South Second street. Mr. and Mrs. Jack GoodeJJ, ivlio formerly lived south of Clear Lake, have moved to the Larson house on South street. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Scanlan, who have spent the winter in Mason City, have moved back to their cottage, 701 West North street. Mr. and Hrs. W. H. Miner, Estherville, are spending several days at their cottage, Arvilla, on the south shore. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Mitchell and son, Richard, spent Easter at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ed Sachan at Adair, returning Monday. Miss Charlotte Ames, student at University of Minnesota, returned Monday after spending Easter week-end u-ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames, West Division street. Miss Ginicvio.ve ' Hanson, South Third street, is spending severs days in Chicago with her sister nnd brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Boyie. Mr. and Mrs. .T. W. Pattic and granddaughter, Nancy Krepps, returned from a week-end stay at Maquoketa with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Krepps. Robert Brose, visited his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brose at Northfield, Minn., Sunday returning- home Monday afternoon. He also visited friends at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Collins, who have spent the winter at Tarpon TRAVELING MEN WILL BE GUESTS Athletic Show Is Planned for Feature at Commerce Club. · CLEAR LAKE--The Commercial club is making plans to entertain the traveling salesmen of Clear ·Lake at its next meeting Friday, April 24. About 300 guests will be entertained at this time and invitations will be made through the club secretary, H. B. Adams. A dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock at the North Shore Country club after which entertainment will be furnished. Through the courtesy of Billy Schober an athletic card has been arranged,for the feature of the evening. Tickets for the dinner will go on sale Monday. The session was changed to Friday to accommodate traveling salesmen who do not return from their territory until Friday. FARM BUREAUS PLAN PROGRAM 'lays Will Be Presented by Lincoln and Lake Townships. CLEAR LAKE--A community Farm bureau meeting will be held at the Community building Friday, May 1, at 8 o'clock. Farm bureaus f Grant, Clear Lake, Lake and jncoln townships will work togeth- r for the joint session which will be pen to the public. Lake township will give a play, 'This Way Out." and Lincoln township will present the play, "The Cure-All." The other township clubs will provide the music, speakers and entertainment for the program. A lunch will be served at the close of the evening. Wayne Wol- ord, district chairman of the west lalf of the county farm activities, is chairman of the program. Clear Lake Calendar Wednesday--Eastern Star meeting at 7:30. Lions club at Legion clubrooms. W. C. T. U. institute at city hall, business session at 10 and potluck dinner at 12. Thursday--Dorcas circle of Zion Lutheran church at Mrs. Carl Larscn home, South Winnie street Dance at Surf ballroom, Will Os- borri playing. Friday--Mixed dance at Surf ballroom. Saturday--Dance at North Shore Country club, Eli Rice playing, Dance at Surf ballroom. Fined For Speeding. CLEAR LAKE--Raymond Worden was fined .?5 for exceeding the speed limit of 15 miles an hour in the business district Tuesday night The case was tried before C. W, Wallace, justice of peace, and the arrest was made by Faber and Smith, state motor vehicle patrolmen. Reports from Washington are to the effect that President Roosevel remains cheerful and doesn't seem to have a worry. Well, why should he? It isn't his money that is being squandered. Let the taxpayers d the worrying.--Iroquois, S. Dak Chief. Lake township Oweso club me with Mrs. George Long for th April session. At the guessing con test which waft held, Mrs. T. G. Bi shop was presented the prize. Th next meeting will be held at th home of Mrs. Harold Long, April 29 Springs, Fla., returner! to the! home, East South street, Saturday Airs. Mollie Wellmnn returned home this week-end from a winter's sojourn in Long Beach, Cal. . Mrs. Ida Hendricks, South Second street, left Monciay to spend the week at Cedar Falls and Waterloo with friends. Sliss Edna Hadlcy returned Monday night from Cedar Rapids where she spent the week-end with her mother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pease and son Clarence, spent Monday at Des Moines and Grinnell on a business trip. TW is NO OTHER MOTOR CAR like THIS The new Cadillac V-8, Scriea 60, was designed in response to n definite demand. Cadillac owners, both men and women, in nil parts of the country, were asking for a Cadillac especially designed for the personal use of its owners. They wanted it to be compact --easy to handle--economical to operate--but unmistakably a Cadillac. And they wanted it reasonably priced. The Cadillac V-8, Scries 60, priced at $1645, Detroit, answers that demand so completely that it is proving a decided favorite everywhere. May we send a Scries 60 to your home for a personal demonstration ? LAPINER MOTOR 125 South Delaware Ave. Phone 1138 60 Prices list of Detroit, Michigan--Monthly payment! to suit your purse on the G.M. Installment Plan. To Give Lecture Spellman Fined $25 for Reckless Driving P. J. Spellman. Dougherty, was fined $25 and costs Tuesday by Poice Judge Morris Laird on a charge of reckless driving. Spellman was ar- ·ested by Iowa State Highway Pa- .rolraen John Smith and Edgar Faber at Eighteenth street and North Federal avenue at 10:50 o'clock vlonday evening:. Spellman was also sentenced to attend two sessions of traffic school. Gerald Bloomingclale, 1301 North Adams avenue, was sentenced to attend traffic school for passing a stop sign; Max Brager, 19 Fourth street northwest, was sentenced on .he same charge, and E. W. Cart, ]008 Monroe avenue northwest, and H. W. Lucas, 21H Sixth street northeast, were each sentenced to one session of traffic school on charges of double parking. Twedten Gets $300 Fine for Driving While Intoxicated Isaac Twedten, 53, 9 Georgia avenue southeast, was fined .$300 and costs in Judge M. F. Edwards' district court here Tuesday afternoon on his plea of guilty to a county attorney's information charging him with driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Twedten was arrested by local police about 10 o'clock Sunday night as he was driving an automobile west on the railroad right- of-way naralleling Nineteenth street southwest. County Attorney F. B. Shaffer represented the state. Wayne Kem- raerer appeared as counsel for the defendant. Reputed one of the finest Illustrated lectures with applied sound effect to come out of Scandinavia in years, "The Land of the Vikings" to be presented Friday evening at 8 o'clock nt the Inimanuel Lutheran church by a former World war correspondent and American newspaper man,' is expected to attract a large audience. One of the most interesting episodes of the program,' it is said, is the great midsummer festival at LeUsand, Daleearlia, Sweden, when the peasants wear their multi-colored costumes and present a unique pageantry. The speaker, now a clergyman, the Kcv. C. E. Haterius of St. Joseph, Mich., was a correspondent for 14 American newspapers last summer while in Scandinavia. With the assistance of the Swedish government, the film industry and other agencies, Mr. HtUerius Is accredited with having brought hack In mil newspaper fashion, material that is exceedingly timely. Assisting In the program Is Mrs. Haterius in full peasant costume. '. W. Files Speaks to Townsend Club Charles W. Files, Portland, ad- Ircssed a largo number of persons at the Townsend club No. 1 meet- ng at the P. G. and E. auditorium Uonday evening on the right of the ballot box. Frank Kelly also spoke on the Townsend clubs of the south. C. K. Kinney presented the "Peek Family" in readings and gongs. Morgan McEnaney announced the Townsend club dance for April 22 at the Moose hall. The Broers five piece orchestra will play for the mixed dance. The next meeting of the club will be at 8 o'clock next Monday evening at the P. G. and E. auditorium. The speaker at the next meeting to be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the P. G. and E. auditorium. will.be Sam D. Goetsch of Decorah. China has just adopted flat airmail rates. Pianist Injured in Air · Crash Once Played Here Jose Itnrbi. famous pianist who was injured when the air liner, Brazilian Clipper, sank after colliding with a fishing boat in the harbor of Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, appeared in Mason City in a Civic Music association concert several years ago. "Drive yourself" auto rental service is becoming popular in South Africa. FINED $83, COSTS W. D. Allen. 721 Jersey avenue southeast, was fined $25 and costs Tuesday by Police Judge Morris Laird on a charge of intoxication. Allen was arrested Sunday morning at 1:10 o'clock in the 400 block on South Federal avenue. The sentence wag suspended. CARS COLLIDE. The W. E. Brice car, driven by E. R. Clemens, 613 President avenue southwest, and a car driven by W. W. Adams, 56 River Heights, collided at Secand street and Washington a.venue southwest, Monday. The Brice car was considerable damaged. NOW. .. we give you the wilt-less Aroset Collar on Arrow Fancy Shirts AROSET is the starchless collar that can't wilt or wrinkle--that keeps its fresh, crisp look all day long. You now get this comfortable collar on the smartest line of Arrow patterned shirts we have ever unpacked! Shirts in new colors! Shirts with the most original striies and designs we have seen in years! Shirts tailored with the dexterity that has made Arrow the most popular shirt in America. In form-fit MITOGA. Sanforized-Shrunk--guaran- teed for permanent fit. $2 up Get to Kno» G A L L I V A N T A N D G O L F I N K N I C K E R S The ladies occasionally depart from the creations of couturiere and modiste to infringe upon our sartorial prerogatives. The results are not always delightful. Do you remember them in knickers? Our own distinct recollection of knicker-clad feminine hikers and golfers is something that only time can erase. Men's subsequent preference for slacks may have been a repercussion of this unhappy vogue. We hope they've learned their lesson, because there are definite indications that men are returning to knickers for country wear, general lounging and golf. In the latter case, knickers are more practical than slacks for the playing conditions of early Spring and Fall. For Summer, however, slacks promise greater comfort than the combination of knickers and golf hose. In the last British Open Golf Tournament, at Muirf ield, Scotland, the majority of both participants and spectators favored the new, moderately-cut plus four. ·v - {S IMPORTANT NOTE: In case you have any doubts about what to wear and when to wear it, we should be happy to send you a "Chart of Correct Dress--Approved by Esquire." Just send us a stamped, self-addressed envelope. ESQUIRE will answer all questions on men s fashions. Write MEN'S FASHION DEPARTMENT, THE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, and enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for reply. COPYRIGHT 1936, ESQUIRE, INC.

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