The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 21, 1939 · Page 9
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March 21, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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I k 4' f \ \ RESIDENT DIES Glaus Maley, 62, Buried in Garden City Cemetery -- -Funeral serv- "iL" "XT-- 5 Ma l e y. 62, a resident M the Clear Lake vicinity for more than 25 years, were held at Garden City Monday afternoon with burial in Garden City cemetery. Mr. Maley and family moved to Grand Meadows, Minn., year ago. He had been in failing health lor some time and two weeks ago contracted flu which developed Jmo pneumonia, causing his death at an Austin, Minn., hospital Mr. Maley is survived by his widow and two daughters, Mrs. i.d Swanson, Clear Lake, and Mrs. Clarence Maley, Grand Meadows, Minn. Persons from Clear Lake attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Swanson and family, Mr. and Mrs - R - C. Taylor and daughter, Lorene, Mrs. Frank Swanson Mrs '.?J IS T. T i? I S ? nd daughter, Alma,' and E. H. Bricks on. Clear Lake~Globe^Ga^e7te I l/*^ I A r" ^^ »t .«. . . . O [ I I Z 1 / n C m r s M . . K « . ^^^ 4-H Girls Choose Name "Peppy Pals" , - »u _ y 3 S is the name chosen by Lincoln township 4-H club girls at their organization meeting at the home G e P': v e Peterson Saturday. otte and Autumn : . danced the , ,, two Pictures, »» ^ a n d "Souvenir of Italy" Mrs. Elmer Nelson is the club . ^ LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J 35 TURN OUT FOR BASEBALL Spring Football to Get Under Way Wednesday C L E A R LAKE--Thirty-fiv diamond aspirants answered ih first call for baseball candidate Monday at the High school. A few stayed away owing t mus lc practice for the district con tests, and it is expected that abou ten more candidates will swell th squad to 45 men. The first gam will be booked on or near Apri lb..No games have been schedule^ Spring football practice is sched w!5 t ° Jbe S iri at the high schoo Wednesday. Monday's baseball practice was largely a warming up session The squad will continue workouts every afternoon, moving outdoors as soon as condition of the ground n^t-mfc OFFICE PHONE 239 a rou ao ^o, -elv^ou, ^ ^ permits. Clear Lake Congratulates-- Patricia Ann McGowan, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Keith McGowan, whose first birthday anniversary was March 21 M , r -,? nd , Mr s- John Miles, whose anniversary was March 21 Betty Lou Trimble, daughter of Mr and Mrs: Earl Tr i mWegme - r Ol eighth birthday March 21. --- -- '**nonaji3^ri. a n n i v e r s a r y whose ·r.H. l -v»*y befora nn1iir n 4fX-: ' Charlesworth Named to Membership in Delta Sigma Rho CLEAR LAKE--Harold Charlesworth, son of Dr. and Mrs. J T Charlesworth, 211 East Main street is one of five upperclass of Carleton college, North _--_,_ Minn., elected to membership in Delta Sigma Rho, national public speaking society, according Tuesda WS re!ease from ihe college Membership in Delta Sigma Rho is based on outstanding work in intercollegiate debate or ora- fh° rk » S h ' 6hlv recommended °by ine college speech department are eligible. ti A ?\ fiVS - men name d b y the na- Carleton debate squad and Roberts was winner of the 1938 Minnesota oratorical contest. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Saliger are bor/STh 5 ft 3 -" 4 1 * P° u «d son ° m ^:?£u9 h S s Estergard home Members of the C. D. A. will hold a Lenten guest tea at St. Patrick's church parlors Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Tom Hayes, Mrs Clarence Patterson and Mrs. John Mulert are the committee in S '- J - Nelson wiu entertain Th,,r rK ' S » Iub at her home Thursday afternoon with Mrs Walts leading the lesson on of Christ in Art." r p a l ^'S^ors will meet i n regular camp session at I. O. O F hall Thursday evening ' ' Mrs. Chris Larsen will be host- T S t ° Jthe Stitch and c "atter club Thursday afternoon. ^ iSiifthe ., Nichols Sh °P and get eady for the Easter parade. W L - A - M. club will meet at Rotary club will meet Thursday . Lake View club meeis Thurs- aay for a dessert luncheon at the nome of Mrs. Lyle Stevens. Elec' 0n v,°L 0ffices and de 'egates will be held and Mrs. J. p. Hansen, ' ^U^ A the lesson on can Soldiers o£ Fortune." TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Phone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 513-W CLUB OBSERVES FOUNDERS'DAY Charter Members of Wa-Tan-Ye Wigwam Attend Pow-Wow nei , LAKE--Charter mem- attending Founders' Dav OW of the Clear Lake Wa- Tan-Ye club were Mrs. Forde Lee, Mrs. Fred Rogers, Miss Louise Clausen Miss Linda Herriman Miss Abbie Eldridge, Mrs. Mary are stiil c: " =: i^ u y ? v S. Dak., where they attended funeral services for Dr oslyn's mother, Mrs. C. M Jos- yn, on Saturday. Mrs. Joslyn died at Lewiston, Mont., Tuesday nighf. Sfrayed from our yards Satur- aay night -- l white faced steer r-rtf. -. ^ -Ji-tci Notify til -Jghing about 500 Jbs Clear Lake Auction Co. A. C. Salcr, who was S ^ Wee ui W « th a throat i""="«in, now able to be up and was out- ide^a short time Monday. Ira \V, Jones, who was ... last week, was able to be p a short time Monday afternoon Mrs. Sam Kennedy, aceompan- ed by Mrs. T. E. Sondrol Mrs C . Crane, Mrs. George Ott, and Trs. John Palmeler, left Tuesday morning for Des Moines where hey p anned to attend the state onvenuon of D. A. R. a t Hotel urn Wednesday evening. Circle No. 3 of the Methodist id will b e m charge of the Lenten eiJowsnm :BY-iri/.o af fi.^. _ i . o I. illQ CLEAR LAKE--Harry Freeman, above, was elected president of the Clear Lake board of education at £ts organization meeting Monday night. He serves s,v»TMT- New boar1 ^embers anTV" ,"' Cre FIoyd Kimball and Frank Barlow, recently fleeted for three year terms y Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kenneth StockweU for a postponed meeting. Kepp . ....-i.i^j ^c^vivc i ednesday evening A inner will be served pot-luck G;30 t$ °TM\ P es Mo'nes where had spent two weeks with her rn ""' Ka "' a ryn a " d Grace Jane Colony, and entered school again Monday morning. EIcc. pump service, well repair and drilling. Art Butts. Ph. 224-W Lakeside ladies aid, scheduled T ; . The last four members of the club V 1 ?^ Pa ^ ty was held at th e home of Miss Dorothy Runcie Monday S££5? S" h I 1 ° ther »eSbe« Ef £ , Mrs ' TA - H - Runcie and gtiefts y " Johnson wer « special First President Speaks Mrs. Lee, first president of the club, spoke briefly o£ the early days of the organization and Mrs ^Bowman rea * * digest of the wigwam's history. Miss Johnson, accompanied at (he piano by Miss Genevieve Hansen, sang "Spirit Flower" by Campbell-Tipton; "Now Sleep, the Crimson Petal" by QuiHer, "Homing" by Del Hiego and "I LoTMe Mt b ,, y . Mara Z"cca. Miss Char! welcn ^ ° Urrent President, welcomed the guests and Miss Runcie read a poem W Br ook S , secretary Gary Allen Purviance, who has Tuesday"" 6 1U W3S in *"^-« Miss Esiher Cobb, who was dis- t, T^T,"'"f Bible study will be held March 29 at the H. E. Nelson home with George Wolfe, missionary, in charge. E. T..Cobb, who has been ill ·r several weeks, is improving though still confined to his bed Arthur Hammond, who has been laid up several days with flu and sciatic rheumatism, was improving Tuesday. The m a s k e d Memory Lane a/?h bador--who is she? See her 91 , he £ Iear . Lake Go " clu t March 21 to 27, with Nick Wayne, banjo sensationj and Verne Hansen comedy scream. Shows at 10 p. m ' and l a. m. nightly. ' u A '-?', K . n « t so". who is at Mercy hospital m Mason City win a broken collarbone and several fractured ribs, is getting along as a t l h C w n b -^ ex P ectcd - He will at the hospital several days yet. H. M. Leonard, Daughter Arrive; To Visit Friends CLEAR LAKE--H. M. Leonard and daughter, Mrs. Louis Basse, arrived Friday from Garden Grove, Cal., and surprised Mrs. Leonard, who has been visitim* her sister, Mrs. Forde Lee and other relatives here for several weeks. They are former residents of Clear Lake and will visit for some time before returning with Mrs. Leonard. Mrs. Leonard and Mrs. Basse were guests at a 1 o'clock luncheon held at the home or Miss Louise Clausen Monday afternoon at which a few old h'^,1 were cnter ained j n their E h Mrs Ca l°^ dle Inde Pendenc e ; TMF S - G arl Juve, Battle Creek- Mich and Mrs. Robert Williams * Kate C K hoate ' Clear LaTe epidemics have cut Organized in 19Z2 of matrimony which ranks added P checkers and at the clofe refresh! served - A St. Patrick's carried out in NAME WINNERS IN CLUB BENEFIT High Score Pn'zes Awarded by Altrurian Committee Women CLEAR LAKE-Mrs. F P kins received the special prire at a benefit card parly he d at thA show , dS f °f the annual hobby show. the hobby VOV MAY **··* ""· OLDS StXTV Tfff ONLY L9tV-PRlK tAK WITH AU. THESE FCATVRtS Dual CtnUr-Control StctrinS Handi-ShiHGcarConlrol · S«lf-En- er 3 iiing Hydraulic Brak" · Mos- jiv»l-B«ra,X-Member Frame · 90 H.P. Econo-Master Enjine · 100 Pir Cent Full-Prcssurt Lubrication witSR'iRt-ErilUd Conneetins Rodt · Widt-ViiionBodybyFisIicr- Di«- C«t Radiator GrillG - Bi S / Strcam- HnedTrunVs on AU Sedan ModeU 4/VP THf NtMf 8HVTHMIC */0e l QIMPKfCOtl SttlM*IH6 2. 4-WAV STABILIZATION KHff'Atrmu wMSfis UAY, ALI THIS Mount MCW OLOSMOBILt COff TO SOMfOf/f FXfCf JOIN the crowds that are visiting Oldsmobile show J rooms to get better acquaimed withThe new OI Tj Smy- I0 get m on the big Nationwide Pri ze Contest ? o Mar S ch^ E in h ! S "^i EV " y da "' from «»^ to March 31, inclusive, Oldsmobile is giving awav a brand new Olds Sixty Two-.Door Sedln To'some- and there , s no obligation whatever. But to b^eU e r r 3 " ' COAif Itf n//S BIO- CONTEST NOW/ Crosby Ingersoll Is Senior Patrol Leader CLEAR LAKE-- Crosby Inr»r- soll became a senior patrol leader AT ^^^i 1 " 2 o£ Boy Scoul fr oop Wo. Yl held at the junior high school Monday evening and award badges were distributed to those earning them at the recent meeting of the board of review Plans were made by the troop for the merit badge show to be held at Mason City in May. Buddy Goran son of troop No. 30 received his second class pin from the hands of »t' »?' ?! J '£ e ., at the meet 'ie held at the Methodist church. The Hev Thomas B. Collins, troop commit-' tecman, was present and Willis iviiller and two sons were guests Several hikes were planned for the coming weekend if the weather remains favorable. FANKELL HONORED BY CLUB t " e was h TM- at a handkerchief shower at niversary. Miss Netha » * ASKS DAUGHTERS TO BRING SPECIAL ITEMS Members of the D. U to be ·IPfl^^^^^^^ _ · Ir *'^*»'% ZENOR MOTOR CO. ·21 Second Strppt c u/ Chicagoans Arrive to Visit Lake Relatives ,. CL EAR LAKE-The Rev. a n d Mrs. Alvm Prestholt arrived Mon- v^»th en f ng lrom c^Eo. m, to visit the former'.; fathcr o] ' e Pr ^ t . and'fri ^ "V"* other relatives and friends. They were arrnm panied by Mrs. D C Morgan ,vho . , u ., u tjj J.YII, s^,-|,,sasSs Mr f S, o Gertrud = Bice and Mrs. Sam Sorcnson. · T ' h C ^ , r e grou P s iTM The Good of the Order" period at lar session. Refreshments wire served by Mrs: Miller, Mrs Lona Brose and Mrs. Cora Hill Man HideTirTfr^k to Escape Officers DES MOINES, (/^who had searched an eM SfSff W t re re l dy to Icav e Monday night when they heard a slieht noise upstairs. They retarned,Jaw a trunk and opened it. Huddled uncomfortably inside was Lloyd L Gibson, 21. Gibson was arrested '^.investigation in connection w ' th £7 a",fgcd attack southeast of here March 1. on Earl Peters. FRANCE EXTENDS 60 HOUR WEEK Daladier Moves to Whip Production to Highest Capacity PARIS, M-- The authorized 61 h ° ur ,w ork week--the first prod Stnrf f emier Dalat »»'s new die 'atonal powers-- was extended Tuesday to railways, mines and numerous other industries. Moving rapidly to whip French » r »frh CU £ e CaP3cUy into shape to match Germany's, the Daladier government announced also that a work week longer than 60 hours may be authorized if found neces* A communique said that any person on relief who refused to ' national TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1939 ear The announcement was part of a quick national defense reorgani- Whi 4 Shotguns, 2 Rifles and 3 Pistols Seized From Gang of Boys BURLINGTON, W~Four'shot- guns, two rifles and three pistols are included in articles seized by police ln the homes o£ five boys 15 to 19 years old, held here for investigation of the looting of a large number of automobiles over a period of several months, Harvey Jaeger, superintendent of public safety said Tuesday. Some of the weapons have been identified as having been stolen from cars, but the youths said others were purchased. Police investigators believe the boys may have stolen from 60 automobiles Jaeger said. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--Girl Scout troop No 1 Junior high school, 7 o'clock. Rebekah staff practice, I O O F. hall, 8 o'clock. ' ' ' Wednesday T . C. Bridge club, Mrs Pat Lynch, 215 Marion Park drive. Today's club, Mrs Guy Wisger- h° f . 7 07 North street, 1 o'clock. Stafford post No. 222, American Legion, Legion hall, 7 o'clock Lake, Lincoln township Home Project leaders, Mrs. J e s s e Dorcas circle, Zion Lutheran aid Mrs. Fred Christiansen, 5H North Third street. Lions club, Legion hall, 12-15 o'clock. Friendship Chain club, Mrs Kenneth StockweU. Li e n t e n Fellowship services Methodist church, 6:30 o'clock! Do Your Bit club, Henry Huber home, day meeting. Nazi Retaliation for High U. S. Duty Is Hinted by Paper BERLIN, (/P)_A veiled threa that Germany might retaliatt against the United States treas urys imposition of a 25 per cen countervailing duty on most'Ger- man^products was made Tuesda by Boersenzeitung, one o£ Germ ?,"y s leading financial organs _ j^T 1 we in Germany shall now reflect as to whether and wha counter measures are now due to ensue--about this nobody should entertain the slightest doubts even Td° ne moment '" t n e newspaper Boersenzeitung asserted, how- « r ^ fa "ners of the Amerin middlewest would solve Germany s trade problem without her having to resort to counter measures because the farmers "not only want to but must export UOMOOTEETH PULLED IN 1938 Many of Extractions in Iowa Could Have Been Prevented DES MOINES, (/P)_Dr. O. E Hoffman, oral hygiene director of h. T.K° W 5 S , tate department of wealth declared Monday that Iowa dentists extracted approximately 1,300,COO teeth in 1938 A large percentage of these extractions could have been prevented, he said. "Establishment of correct habits of oral hygiene Ca ^ y j? £e ' adef l uat e nutrition and adherence to proper medical and dental advice will prevent oss of teeth." 1,800 Dentists in Iowa Dr Hoffman reported that most of the teeth extracted ,iast year had to be pulled as a result of decay, pyorrhea or abscessed condition. He said that more than a third of Iowa's 1,800 dentists answered the questionnaire on extraction he prepared. They listed as the (ive main causes of tooth decay inadequate nutrition; improper oral hygiene' ovenngestion of carbohydrate ood, starches and sugars' vita- nin deficiency and hereditary fac- Worry, Fear Are Causes Several also listed worry and ear as causing tooth decay "hey named adequate prenatal ?· ad equate nutrition for the child, early corrective and preven- ive measures and proper brush- bVteeth! ° hief saf ^"ds tor Dr. Hoffman said that the total eeth pulled in Iowa last year v o u l d represent, collectively, more than 40,000 complete sets o D p r m a r m n t t A n fv. u MILLER OFFERS REVAMP BILL Would Combine State Building, Corporation Valuation Duties DES MOINES, f/P)_Now comes a reorganization bill from Secretary of State Earl G. Miller, target of nearly every revamping measure before the Iowa legislature n, J J""? his °" ice had flre- miH. i,°,, fei 'i d . lo a housc com - mittee a bill which would create a department of public affairs" combining such presently isolated functions as the state building and »?n ?'?·"' the cor P°-ation val- tion duties of the executive council and corporations not organized for profit. .The state auditor now super- V1S _? S building and loan affairs Nothing in the bill, he added concerns the highway patrol, the board of assessment and review, ^ s ^ u - rl . tles department and other divisions heretofore mono- P B '£ g 4u he reor gaTMzation scrap Both the senate and house have passed a public safety department measure to divest Miller from control of the highway patrol. The chambers, however, have disagreed as to the method of subtraction, the senate wanting the proposed public safety department .o go to the governor and the house to the attorney general. Archaeological research indicates the great flood described in "e Bible probably occurred about ; t OOO B, C. Diamond Bros. WEDNESDAY SPECIALS SNUBBY DOG FOOD 5 cons 25c KITCHEN TOWELS 150 Counf. « A -Per fkg IOC D. B. WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES 2 Large '»C r Boxes . . «JV D. B. GLOSS STARCH 3 Pound «%'»._ Box 23C KITCHENETTE BROOMS Selective Air Conditions NEW LOW PRICES See this New 1939 General Electric It's New Inside and Out! New styling, new features, new convenience 7TM, ? 7- W ' OW P r i c e - m a k e this the fd£ " « f r'gerator"b U y"G-E ever offered. Selecltrc Air Conditions now give you Sub-Freozing Stora B B · low Temperature with High Humidity Storage · High Humidify with Moderate Temper- . . atur. Storage . Safefy-Zone Storage. I GE! B I G S P E C I A L i"^ - ' "Thriffy-Six VOUKLIfS! K«t SUJnleji steel Super-Freezer with remonible shelf . He* Adjust- »bl« Interior Space and S l i d i n g Shel»e» . 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