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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 25, 1934
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'APRIL 25 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN DEMOCRAT CLUB , HOLDS MEETING Elects Delegates to State Meeting and Discusses Future Programs: The Young: Democratic club of 'Cerro Gordo county Tuesday night ^elected delegates to the state convention to be held in Des Moines on May 7. All points in the county were represented and large groups were present from Clear Lake and Rockwell. The list of delegates elected was as follows: '. Clear Lake--Mrs. Jeus · Wind, Barry Bralienv, Max Brager, Mrs. E. F. Kclroy, Gerald Brooks, E. F. .Kelroy, William C. Carrol, Mary Considine, Donald W. Bell, Nathan Lcvinson, Lee Luiclt and Mrs. Wil- ..liara Carol. Rockwell--Andrew Roeder, Melvin Kelly, Marcella Roeder, Joe Kirk and Dr. H. I. Wilson. - . Dougherty -- Lester Campbell, Irene O'Connor, Marie Dougherty and Joe Kelley. Mason City--Morgan J. McEnaney, Abbott Wolf, Envin Seisseger, H. M. Hoffman, Ben. Brasser, Jr., Leo Carle, A. B. Lombardo, L. M. Mason, Clarence Kelroy, Paul Moen, A. L. Miller, P. L. Broadwell, Regina Hughes, Mrs. J. Emerson Decker, Dorothy Seisseger, Pauline Hurley and M.. Woodward. Candidates for offices throughout the county were introduceu to HELEN HENDIUCKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W the members. The main address of the evening was delivered by Luke B. Miller, who spoke in opposition to the gross income tax. A further discussion of the gross income was given by Earl Dean, present state representative. Several Hawaiian guitar selections were presented by Mr. Menkc. Mr. Carle reported on the fourth district meeting held at Cresco on April 17.° Ben Brasser, Jr., told of the coming meeting of the Mason City unit to be held on Tuesday evening, May 1, at the headquarters. A card party and other entertainment will be provided for the evening. The officers of the Mason City unit who we're elected at the last meeting were presented to the members, including Abbott, Wolf, president; Ben Brasser, Jr.. vice president, and Pauline Hurley, secretary and treasurer. The meeting was held In the Luke j CLEAR LAKE, April 20.---Mrs. Miller-Sterling building and was in j H. L. Wurtzcr was elected presi- Clear Lake Globe-Gazette No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGG1NS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 MRS.WURTZER ISPJ.A.HEAD Riner Addresses Group at Final Evening Session at High School. The girl scouts of troop 2 gave a ceremony of Girl scout laws and ushered at the program. charge of Morgan J. McEnaney. county chairman, and A. B. Lorn- Myron Stephenson, first vice presi dent of the P. T. A. Tuesday; Mrs. bardo, county secretary. May Breakfast of Waffles Planned at Mercy Hospital A May breakfast consisting of waffles will be held at the Mercy hospital Tuesday morning from 6 until 8:30 o'clock. The breakfast is being sponsored by the student committee of the sodality activities. A nominal charge will be made for the breakfast. FLAVOR ___MH^MHHHM That's why Thousands are Changing to Butter-Nut Coffee A great magazine asked women readers, "How do YOU make good coffee?"Many said, "Rule I: Use a good brand"... A great majority said, "My favorite coffee is Butter-Nut-it has such wonderful flavor." Why not try Rule 1 yourself? Order a can of Butter-Nut now. Coffee dent: Mrs." Harry Freeman, second vice president: Mrs. O. J. King, sec- rc'ory; and Miss Cynthia Taylor, treasurer, on recommendation of I the nominating committee. Mrs. Arthur Johnson is the retiring president. "Mental Fitness" is the topic which the Rev. B. W. Riner, pastor of the Methodist church, spoke on before members of the Parent- Teachers' association at the final meeting of the school year Tuesday :ning. Is Directness. 'Illustrations point out that there is a direct correlation with the leaders in school and the leaders in later life," he stated. "Of course there are exceptions, a student who has been unnoticed in high school, may burst forth as an expert in some line, all because he was unadjusted in school, never having found his favorite type of work ! n school. "Schools and colleges also test the principle as to whether practical judgment and scholarship go together. Findings showed that there was a small correlation but the experience made a more direct bearing. The adult persons taking the intelligence tests stood higher than the boys and girls of 17 years of age who took them. Ideal Minfl Strong. "An ideal mind is strong in intellect and strong in passing judgment. Both old and young have job in life to keep it clear," he concluded. Reports of the standing committees were given. Mrs. C. R. Wood reported the sum of §162.07 taken in on the Christmas seal sale and total receipts of $215.89 and a balance of §10.99 in the department. Mrs. C. A. Comstock, secretary, and Miss Taylor, treasurer, reported a total of $75.40 on hand and a membership of 125. A 7 o'clock pot luck dinner was served at the high school aftei which a program was presented The girls' glee club in uniform sang a group of selections. " Sextet Played. The brass sextet played severa selections and Ronald Rawson sang a vocal solo, "The Rosary." Humorous readings were giver by Darwin Monaghan and Evelyn Mitchell. Lana Ann Giles and Kath ryn Porter (rive an acrobatic dance Cliff Perrine, Andy Kirk Bands Playing at Surf This Week CLEAR LAKE, April 25.--Cliff 'errine, a papular dance band at he Surf ballroom last season, will lay the Thursday night dance. Andy Kirk is booked for Saturday and "Jack Crawford and his band 'or the following Thursday. Dinner and Bridge Are Held at Country Club CLEAR LAKE, April 23.--Mrs. W. H. Ward and Mrs. F. L. Knutson ere co-hostesses to a luncheon at the Clear Lake County club Tuesday noon. Covers were laid for 33 vomen at a long table which was oeautifully decorated with three silver baskets of roses, sweetpeas and snap-dragons. Bridge was played during the at- .ernoon with Mrs. Ira Jones veceiv- ng the prize for high score, Mrs. Edward Huntting the second, and VIrs. Bertha Arvin, consolation. Mrs. W. H. Ward entertained a jroup of 12 at a dinner before the "ireplace at the clubhouse in the evening. Mrs. L. G. Stunkard received the -prize for high score in bridge, Mrs. L. E. Ashland the second, and Mrs. H. S. Hushaw, the consolation. MEMORIAL DAY GROUPS CHOSEN Stunkard and Lee Chosen to Name Committees for Observation. CLEAR LAKE, April 23.--The patriotic organizations met Tuesday evening at the Legion clubrooms to appoint committees for the completion of the Memorial day K. K. Club Guests j Women Are Initiated j ROLAND WOOD of A. B. Phillips CLEAR LAKE, April ZZ.--Dr. und Mrs. A. B. Phillips were hosts to members of the K. K. club at the Villa tearoom Tuesday night. Following the dinner the group played bridge at the Phillips home. Mr. and Mrs Ira Jones. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Choate and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rogers received the prizes. Commercial Club Will Hold Business Meeting CLEAR LAKE. April 25.--S. J Humphrey will assume the presidency of the Clear Lake Commercial club Thursday at the meeting at the city hall. monthly A dinner observation. L. G. Stunkard was elected chairman and Forde Lee, secretary. They named the following officers: Jeorge W. Richardson, honorary president of the day; Mayor A. B. Phillips, president of the day; E. W. Winnie and Forde Lee, marshals of the day: C. M. Holmes, reading of Logan's First Orders; Harold Charlesworth. reading of Gettysburg address. Shower Is Held for Lake Bride-elect CLEAR LAKE, April 25.--The Kisses Genevieve Hansen and Josie Barlow were co-hostess at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss Marlus Lambert, bride-elect, Tuesday night at the Hansen home on South Third street. The honoree was directed on a hunt for the gifts by notes which were found in balloons hanging about the room. Miss Lambert received the high score in bridge and Margaret Bourne, the traveling prize. Out-of-town guests were Margaret Bourne, Rosalie Gioscio, Mason City and Mildred Pribbenow, will be served at 7 o'clock after which a short program will be given. Burt Ballard and O. J. King will give several songs. A group from the Red Wilson orchestra will furnish music during the dinner. Plans for the Fourth of July celebration will be discussed and otUei business matters of the club attended to. Clear Lake Calendar --finance and speaker, L. G. Stunkard, F. L. Knutson and Forde Lee; city decoration. I M Callanan, F. L. Knutson, Mrs. Ollic Peterson, Mrs. Will Scher; seating in park. 'Ben Hetland, W. H. Ward, C. E. Ferson; instrumental music, C. W. Wallace, E. H. Whitney, John Kopecky; transportation. C. E. Wells, T. L. King, W. F. Rich, H. D. Mason and William Scherf: cemetery. E. W. Winnie. S. J. Olt, Harlan Ott, C. F. R'ckard; program and vocal music, Mrs. J. F. Charleswortb, Mrs. W. F. Paul, Mrs. L. G. Stunkard and Mrs. C. A. Pease. Organizations combining to sponsor the program include G. A. R., W. R. C.. Daughters of Union Veterans; Legion auxiliary. American Legeion, Commercial club. Sons of Veterans. Clear Lake Commercial club meeting, city hall, S. Rotary club meets at I. 0. O. F. hall, 12:15. Dance at Surf ballroom, Cliff Perrine playing. Friday--Musical at Community building, 8. American Legion auxiliary sewing circle meets with Mrs. Henry Volstad, 2:30. Star club meets at Mrs. Orrcn Porter home, South Winnie. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom, Andy Kirk playing. Sheffield. The ments. hostcs.'res served refresh- Kansas has 19,668 school teachers for a school population of 369,598. Nearly one-third of the teach" in rural one- ers are employed t r acher schools. A VOTRE SANTE ' PROSIT Final Session for Twentieth Century at Villa Tearoom CLEAR LAKE, April 25.--Members of the Twentieth Century club will hold their final luncheon at the Villa tearoom Thursday afternoon. Mrs. I. C. Jensen. Mrs. Forde Lee, Mrs. H, S. Hushaw and Mrs. H. H. Crane are the committee in charge of the affair. Election of officers will be the feature of the afternoon business meeting. Uncertainty has crept into determination of the date for adjournment of congress, but as soon as the political situation back home gets hot, the members may take care of quitting time on their own initiative.--Indianapolis News. Into Rebekah Lodge j CLEAR LAKE, April 25.--Tina Rebekah lodge initiated three can- d'dates, Mrs. John Scherf, Mrs. Alice Phillips and Mrs. William JBurkhart, at tho meeting Tuesday night. The group elected officers to serve at the Rebekah convention which will be held in Clear Lake next year. Mrs. Grace Cain was named president; Mrs. Charles Hansen, vice pres'dent; Darlene Rice, secretary and Mrs. Carl Johannessen, treasurer. Mrs. Sidney Halford presented the silver loving cup to the lodge for winning first place in the unwritten work for the third year. It now becomes the permanent possession of the chapter. Two dozen silver, knives and forks wero presented to the group by the committee or the Odd Fel- ows for the Rebekah's assistance in ·, serving the father-son banquet. i Markley Meets With Rotarians for Dinner at Sydney, Australia A communication was received from Sydney, Australia, by the secretary of the local Rotary club concerning a visit there of J. E. E. Markley, who is now on a trip around the world. The letter stated: 'L. A. Ristau,. Mason City Rotary club, 'Dear Rotary Secretary: "It was an extreme pleasure to have dinner on board the R. M. S. Franconia with the Rotary party traveling by that ship on her tour. We regret that the stay of the ship at Sydney did not permit these Rotarians to attend our weekly luncheon but Rotarian Markley of Mason City requested that I advise to you that we met together for dinner on Saturday, March 3, 1931. With cordial Rotary greetings. "Yours in Rotary, "A. P. Mackie, "Honorable Secretary." It has been the policy of Mr. Markley, who is a charter member j "NOT GUILTY" Jurors Stood Nine to Three in All Night Session at Courthouse. Roland Wood was found not guilty of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated by a jury which returned a verdict about 10:30 Wednesday morning after almost 24 hours' deliberation. It was understood that the jurors stood nine to three for acquittal from the first ballot until shortly before their agreement. Arthur E. Rowe was the foreman. Judge M. F. Edwards cxcussd the jury panel until 9 o'clock Friday morning. ;Panhellenic Women Meet for Luncheon With Mrs. Babcock i Panhcllcnic association met for luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. O. Babcock, 311 Third street northwest, with Mrs. Bob Stoytes, Mrs. E. E. Kelley and Miss Esther Baker as assisting hostesses. Mrs. Frank Pcarce reported on the benefit bridge which was held at the Denison club as a benefit for the scholarship loan fund. Officers will be elected at the May meeting of the association. of the local Rotary club, to establish gatherings of Rotarians on the ships on which he is traveling. OH the R. M. S. Franconia a group has been formed from men from all parts of the world. PARK THEATER Clear Lak« Wednesday "TOO MUCH HAUMONV Thursday--Friday Slim Summcrvllle "HOKSEI'LAY'" CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Order by the Cast for your Home AGAIN IN D E M A N D . . . T H E WORLD OVEK In the last eight months, more and more requests for BUDWEISER have been received from every civilized country in the world... .In the fourteen years that American beers were off the market, these foreign countries still had their own good beer. Yet, after fourteen years, they again single out BUDWEISER among American brews, because it has an unforgettable personality--identified with the fine art of living the world over.... The biggest-selling bottled beer in history and the demand for BUDWEISER quality built the world's largest brewery. For those who make living a fine art K I N G O F B O T T L E D B E E R A N H E U S E R - B U S C H 1 S T . L O U I S CITY BEVERAGE CO., Distributors S02 South Monroe Are.--Mason City Wanted--Garden plot. Phone 239. The Misses Edna Hadlcy and Amy Steffin spent the week-end in Cedar Rapids with Miss Hadley's sister, Mildred. Kugs, Drapes, Curtains. Time to clean them uo-.v. Neal the Cleaner. Phone 312. Mr. und Mrs. W. C. Witke have returned from Minneapolis where tliey purchased equipment for the Kool Stein cafe. Try our laundry service. You'll like it. Phone 312. Neal the Cleaner. Miss Grotchcn Mcrryman of Des Moines has taken an apartment at the Anton Jefson house on South Fourth street. She is an employe of the International Harvester company, Mason City. Clear Lake Laundry und Cleaners. Phone 444. Harry Eland. Mrs. Lyniaii Snell of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Floyd Phillips of Mitchell, S. Dak., daughter-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Sarah Snell, North Fifth street, were called to Clear Lake by the illness of Mrs. Snell who is now on the road to recovery. Peter Juhl who has spent the winter with his daughter at Albany, Ga., has returned to his home here. .T. P. Johnson who has spent the winter with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Gilbert, South Second street, was to leave Wednesday for Chicago where he will join his wife and visit with his son and family. Dudley Baldridge, South Fourth street, left Wednesday morning for Des Moines where he will spend several days with his brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. R. James. Mr. and Mrs. George Sullivan ot Des Moines plan to be guests of Mr. Sullivan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Sullivan, North Second street, this week-end. Mr. Sullivan who is working in Dixon, III., also expects to be here for the week-end. Mr and Mrs .Icssc Pate are the parents of a son born at their farm home Tuesday Sam Met?.. Oniaha. arrived In town this week with a part of his construction equipment and crew. He has the contract for a small paving job at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Metz spent the winter in McAllen, Texas. Clarence A. Knutson left Wednesday morning on a business trip to Des Moines. Police officers of the city have purchased themselves new yellow gold badges bearing the state seal to replace the star.' The four serving in this capacity, A. R. Petersen, chief: O. T. Wooldridge, night watchman: William Coffin, extra police; and J. C. McWhinney, special police, each have one. Mrs. Charles Silsby has returned to her home after a visit in Joliet, I 111., witlj her nephew. Alonzo Whitney and relatives in St. Paul. Minn. : France supplied SO per cent, of the ·!".Gs3 gallons of champagne and ' sparklincr wines imported into I United States in February. The Big Spring Clean-Up Drive Is On! Take off your coat . . . roll up your sleeves . . . get up on a ladder or doAvn on your knees and CLEAN-UP PAINT-UP FIX-UP Your Home, Lawn and Garden HERE ARE THE SUPPLIES YOU'LL NEED, PRICED RIGHT Flowers and Shrubs We have a complete stock of Roses, Shrubs and Peiennials . . . hardy roses in several varieties that will bloom this year ---..:_.., growing stock. 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