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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 9 ·§ 1937 t v 1, i i I ! PLAN RITES FOR A. THOMPSON, 51 Clear Lake Resident Died Following Major Operation. CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Austin Thompson, 51, who died at a Mason City hospital Monday afternoon following an operation performed Feb. 20 will be held at the Ward Funeral home ·Wednesday at 2:30 p. m., with the Rev. Homer E. Blough conducting the rites. Burial will be at Clear Lake; Mr. Thompson was born June 7, 1885 at Jewel, the son of Mr. and Mrs; Swen Thompson. He was a brother of Mrs. Dan Spilman of Clear Lake Svith whom he made his home. He iiad been ill a long time. - , Alice Doran Van Loan in New Beauty Shop CLEAR LAKE -- Alice Doran Van Loan is announcing the opening of. a new beauty parlor a half block north of the postoffice over the Walker real estate office on North Fourth street Wednesday. The shop is fitted out with all new modern equipment including a new "Realistic" permanent wave machine and two "Turbinator" driers. Mrs. Van Loan is a graduate of the Brady-Rogers School oi Beauty Culture of Minneapolis and has been employed at the Beauty Nook for the past three years. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O.'NEIC, News'Editor N / LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J " · Residence Phone 67 30 Women Enroll in Home Hygiene Course CLEAR LAKE--More than: 30 women attended the first session ot the Home Hygiene course conducted by Mrs. Mildred Johnson, Red Cross county nurse, held at the junor high school building Monday afternoon. The lesson was of ah introductory nature with talcing of temperatures demonstrated. The class was organized at a meeting last Friday. The course, consisting of 12 lessons, will take up work on communicable diseases, hygiene in the home, care of infants, care of the sick, bed baths and other items. Lessons will be given twice a week. The next one will be Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Johnson states that any other women interested may enroll at this time. Americans are the world's best husbands. Other races of men still believe that woman's place is behind the eight bail.--Fountain Inn Tribune. Corns Come BiggerThan unless removed Root PLAN PROGRAM OF MUSIC HOUR Orchestra, Vocal Numbers, Solos Featured by Department. -CLEAR LAKE--The program for the music hour at the schoolhouse Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock has been announced by John Kopecky and Miss Clara Metcalf, instructors in the music department. Although' the sequence may be different the numbers-are as follows: The orchestra will play "Babylonian Nights" by J. S. Zemecnik, "Pizzicato Polka" by Johann Strauss and "The Little Sandman" by Johannes Brahms. "Long, Long Ago," a Fantasie, Op. 12, by Reiri- hold Hitter, Will be played as a clarinet solo by Roger Davis and Betty King wil play "Nocturne" by Chopin and "Dance of the Reed Flutes" by Tschaikowsky as .flute solos. Jeanne Beckner will play "Pour Hautbois" by E. Potadalke as an oboe solo, Katharyn Hughes will play a selection on the French norn and Dean Brox will play 'Carnival of Venice" by Herbert Clark as a cornet solo. Woodwinds Play. "The Bluebells of Scotland" by Ai'thur Pryor will be played on the trombone by'Patricia Hushaw and "Solo Pomposo" by Al Hayes will be given as a tuba number by Adolph Luker. "Southern Cross," a baritone solo by Herbert Clark, will be played by Naomi Pine. The chamber group of woodwinds will play "Knight Errant' by J. S. Zamecnik and the chamber group of brass instruments will pl?.y "On the Mountain Top" by C. L. Barnhouse. * As vocal selections the mixed chorus will sing "Hymn to Music" jy Dudley Buck and "Today There Is Ringing" by F. Melius Christiansen. The girls' sextet will sing 'Moon Marketing" by Powell Weaver, "In the Time of Hoses" ly Luise Reichardt and "Lullaby" iy Brahms. The boys' glee club will sing Winter Song by F. F. -Bullard nd "Kentucky Babe" by Adam Jeibel. The mixed: sextet sings "As 'orrents in Summer" by Edward Cigar, and "King Jesus -Is a Listenin" 1 by Noble Cain, and : the girls' glee club, "Echo Song" by Culhbert Harris, and "Slumber long" by Gretchaninoff-Aslanoff. "Mosquitoes" by Bliss and "Stars f the Summer Night" by Isaac Voodbury, will be sung by the oys' quariet. The , program opens at 7:30 ''clock. Seniors WirrOver Freshmen; Juniors Down Sophomores CLEAR LAKE--The interclass baskelball games played Monday afternoon at the high school resulted in a score of 43 for the sen- ors against 4 for the freshmen while the juniors took 22 against the sophomores 16. On Tuesday evening the games will open at 7 o'clock with the seniors, playing the sophs and juniors playing the treshmcn. An intramural game, the Mullarky-Fistler battle, will be played Wednesday after school and the final of the interclass on Thursday. No charge is made for these games and any person who cnres to may attend. home_ ' paring makes corns come back bigger--uglier . than ever. But the new safe "Blue-Jay method stops pain instantly by removing the pressure. Then the entire corn lifts out Root and All in 3 day's (exceptionally stubborn cases may require a second application) . Get BIu e-Jay to day. 2Sc for a package of 6. /^BLUE-JAY //SCIENTIFIC CORN PLASTERS OPENING Of New Beauty Shop At 119VS North Fourth St. CLEAR LAKE, IOWA ' Wed. Mar. 1O Alice Doran Van Loan, Prop. PHONE 66 So permanent wave free for the best chosen name for this up-to-date beauty shop, contest closes Wed., March 17-mail your letters to Alice Doran Van Loan, 119',4 North Fourth St., Clear Lake, Iowa. · . . i'The Princess'' ¥~ *·' T. rV\_^ Exclusive With Us In Mason City This adorable new creation by Joal is truly regal in its appearance. You have longed for this type of hat and you'il Be thrilled wearing it for Easter, in. your color and headsize. 5 .00 IRENE DJUREN IS BRIDE OF F, A, GOE Lincoln Township Couple Plan Future Home at Wavei'ly. CLEAR LAKE -- Miss Irene Djuren, daughter of IVIr. and Mrs. Siebend Djuren o£ Lincoln township, became the bride of Floyd A. Coe, Waverly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coe of Clear Lake, in a ceremony at the Church of Christ in Mason City Sunday at 3 p. m., with the Hev. David L. Kratz, pastor, reading the single ring service. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Martin, close friends of the young people. The marriage vas also witnessed by the ·bride- groom's parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Coe and Harvey, Jr. The bride wore a silk crepe dress of thistle shade and Mrs. Martin vore a blue gown. Mr. Coe wore a dark gray suit. Following the eremony a wedding dinner was erved at the home of the senior VIr. and Mrs. .Coe. Both Mr. and Mrs. Coe were raduated from the Clear Lake igh school. They will make their uture home at Waverly where f r . Coe is employed as a carpen- er. WOMEN PRESENT ORIGINAL PLAY Library Reading Club Has St. Patrick's Day Program. CLEAR LAKE--An o r i g i n a l play entitled "Auld Lang Syne" was presented to members ot the Library Reading club at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. C. E. Wells Monday afternoon. The p!ay, which was written by members of the committee, depicted the club women in Florida reading a Clear Lake newspaper and was the cause of much merriment. A series of St. Patrick's day and April Fool's day contests was also on the program as well "as the singing of "My Wild Irish Rose" and "When Irish Eyes Are. Smiling." The tea table was centered with a basket of shamrocks and green candies were used in decoration. The green color scheme was also carried out in the menu. Mrs. Roscoe Miller and Mrs. Albert Christenson poured. Others on the committee were Mrs. H. L. Ericson and Mrs. Nova Grimm. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--Tina Rebekah lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. Commercial club, city hall, 7:30, p. in. AVednesflay--Lions club, Legion clubrooms, 12:15 p. m. Supper, Congregational church, Group No. 6, B p. m. Music Mothers club, Mrs. Frank Barlow, 220 North Third street, 2:30 p. m. Tabitha circle, Zion Lutheran aid, Mrs. Martin Hoirup, 508 Bell street, 2:30 p. m. Double O club. Miss Delorcs Anderson, 221 South North street. Owcso club, Mrs. Chester Millard. Sunshine club, Mrs. A. B. Knutson, I p. m. Music hour, high school auditorium, 7:30 p. m. Public Benefit Card party, Danish club, Legion clubrooms. CLASS HOLDS IfilSH SHINDIG Double C class held an "Irish Zlear Lake Takes 2 Seconds in Final .;_ County Declamatory CLEA LAKE -- Miss Louise lolt, reading "Traitors at the Bar" laced second in the oratorical di- ision of the final county declaratory contest at Thornton Monday vening. Meservey took first place. iliss Helen Lomen, reading "Peas- nt Wit," placed second in dramatics with Thornton winning irst place. Miss Hilda Dorow ot /entura placed first in humorous vith the reading, "Tipping Off teacher." Meservey took second place. Clear Lake's first declama- ory contestants will go to North- vood Tuesday evening for the nib-district state declamatory con- est. Shindig" at the Methodist church Monday evening for the regulat monthly meeting of the group with 50 present. The business session was followed by a number of Irish games, races and contests Lunch was served from a table centered with a shamrock plant and decorated with green candles in Irish potato holders. Roy Holt William 'MacJsen and Mrs. Stanley Smith were the committee on arrangements. * * * CELEBRATE THIRTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johannessen celebrated their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary, which occurred on March 5, with a family dinner at their home on Sunday. The dinner table was centered with a large wedding cake and yellow flowers were used in decorations. The meal was served cafeteria style to the 30 relatives present and the afternoon was spent socially. * · * * a LADIES ENJOY SOCIAL EVENING "Odd Fellows arid H e b e k a h members and their husbands and wives to the number of 125 en- 0. F. joyed a social evening at I. -O. hall Monday evening fol- Clear Lake Briefs Wed. Bush's soybean bread lOc. New Spring: Suits ami Topcoals are ready! Open a budget charge account . . . no extra charge . . . ABEL SON, INC. . . . Mason City. Peach-bud cleansing cream, regular 7oc value special 49c. Koeneman's Beauty Shop. Fourth street, returned Sunday from a winter spent at St. Petersburg, Fla. Enroute home they visited Mrs. Rich's brother, H. C. Heath, at Montgomery, Ala. For Sale: Dining room and bedroom furniture. Call·41. Harold Hansen ami Virgil McKibben returned Sunday from California where they spent most of the winter. They say that California is all right but they prefer good old Iowa, Laf-a-Lof Birthday club will meet with Mrs. Carl Tegtmeyer, 400 South street, Friday, March 12. levlng ' Hansen, formerly of Swalcaale, entered the sophomore class at the high school Monday. The Thimble Bee club will holfl an all day session at the home of Mrs. Richard Skinner Thursday with a pot-luck dinner served at noon Miss IMaybclle Sullivan, slate inspector of · cosmetology, was in Clear Lake Monday on business connecter! with her office. Mrs, Homer E. B]ou,7h will speak ever KGLO Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock on "Short Stories in Religious Education." This is the period of the regular Federation club program over the air. Miss Vivian Coyicrhas accepted a position as assistant in the dental office of Dr. A. A. Joslyn. Group No. G of the Congregational Ladies' aid will serve a supper for friends and members of the church in the church dining- room Wednesday evening. Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn is president of this group, Mrs. M. P. Hughes is .in charge of the dinner committee and Mrs. John Perkins is head ot the dining ,room committee. A business session of the aid will be held at 3:30 p. m. lowing the Odd Fellows lodge session. A program consisting of a piano duet by Mrs. Lee Jacobson and Mrs. B. M. Morse, tap dancing by Helen King, a banjo solo by Dale Morse, a solo by Mrs Jacobson and community sing were among the numbers on the program. Cards were played anc dancing to the music of John Jorgenson's. orchestra enjoyed until a late, hour. Refreshments were served at the close. B. M. Morse and Mrs, Fred Peterson were cochairmen of the committees arranging for the party. £ =S tf PROGRESS CLUB HOLDS MEETING Progress club met at the homi of Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, South Sec ond street, Monday afternoon with Mrs. L. E. Ashland leading th Mitchell Electric Co. 118 N. 4th St., Clear Lake ELECTRIC WIRING and ' RADIO REPAIRING Phones 53-475 SAFETY DRIVE IS CONTINUING "Our Advice to Keep at It," Says Harry Brown of Committee. The Cerro Gordo county safe-, ty council membership campaign was continuing Tuesday, with representatives of various civic organizations giving of their time in an effort to enlarge the effectiveness of the local unit. "Memberships are continuing to come to our office," said H. C. Brown o£ the committee in charge. "Our advice to all our workers is to keep at it." The membership is 50 cents, only 10 cents of which goes to the state organization. esson on Lupescu and King Zog n place of her mother, Mrs. C. R. Woodford. Masons Will Hold Past Masters' Night CLEAR LAKE -- The various past masters of Verity lodge No. 250 A. F. and A. M. will hold a ?ast Masters' night at the Masonic Temple Wednesday evening at which time the third degree will :e conferred upon a local candidate. John Smith, Clark Branson and' Walter Jensen are in charge of the sale of tickets for the Gi30 :. m. dinner which will precede :he lodge session. Kra'schel Advocates Change in Beer Law to Rule Out Dancing DES MOINES, (/P)--Governor Kraschel Tuesday sent the Iowa legislature a message advocating changes in the beer law, including elimination of dancing from taverns. The governor also would limit the number 1 of licensees on a pel capita basis to the point "where all licensees could operate a profitable business without resorting to many practices frowned upon by all good citizens." Harry Freeman Is New Board'Member CLEAR LAKE--Harry Freeman was elected to membership on the joard of directors of Clear Lake Independent school district at the annual election held Monday, receiving 1CS votes to 157 cast for Wrs. Sam Kennedy whose name was written in on the ballots. Thirty ballots were spoiled. No other matters came up at the elec- 'ion. National Tea Market CLEAR LAKE'S NEW MEAT MARKET MEAT SPECIALS Wednesday Gr Thursday ROUND STEAK. Ib. 15c BEEF BOIL Ib. lOc PORK SAUSAGE, Ib. lOc HAMBURGER, Pound lOc · Will Open Shue Shop. ALGONA--C. L. Bliley pf Leon leased the building recently vacated by A. E. Kresensky and wil open a shoe shop soon. Mr. Blile formerly lived in Algona where he was manager of the Graham de partment store. It.is expected tha liis family will move here in tin near future. Accident Suit Settled Out of Court; Jurors Are Excused for Term Settlement out ot court of the iuit brought by Melvin Brown, 'armor Jiving near Woden, against he Witwer grocery company, virtually cleared the district court docket here and jurors summoned 'or trial duty were excused for the remainder of the term by Judge T. A. Beardmore. Senneff, Bliss and Senneff, at- .orneys lor Brown, agreed to drop ;he Kiiii contingent upon payment of S3,li50 to Brown. The farmer, a passenger in a cat which was struck by a Witwer truck near Woden, received a fractured neck hd other injuries in the accident. Swisher, Swishev and Cohrt ot Waterloo represented the grocery company. R. Clock, 413 Bell street. Miss Stearns, came to open the Clock ionic and prepare it for occupation following a period ot five months during which it had been closed while the family was in California. Mrs. Clock plans to visit in Monroe at a "later date. Miss Stearns was accompanied by lier nephew, Lewis Clock, who returned to his school work at Leona, \Vis. Miss Tessa Stearns Returns to Wisconsin CLEAR LAKE -- Miss Tessa Stearns left for her home in Monroe, Wis., Tuesday morning after spending since Thursday at the home o£ her only sister, Mrs. Earl Tittle Bros. PACKING CO. 105 So. Federal Phone 693 WEDNESDAY Piss Feet- Neck Bones 5c Pork Liver Veal Hearts Calf Brains lOc Ib. End Cut PORK CHOPS, Ih. 19c Boiling Beef 12k Ib. I"ure Smoked Sausag-e 15c 11). SAUDI Satisfying, Refreshing MINCED HAM Ifa. 15c SLICED BACON .it. 25c PORK HEARTS, 3 IBs. NECK · BONES Ib. Another way to meet interesting people is to get over the snooty idea f h a t most people aren't interesting.--Wisconsin State Journal, FEWER COLDS- For Thousands Who Followed this Guide to Better Control of Colds 1. To Help PREVENT Many Colds At the first warning sneeze or sniffle or the slightest irritation in the nose--quick!--put a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol up each nostril. This sl:ciali:ed medication is expressly designed for. the nose and upper throat, ir/icre most colds start. Used in time, Via-ti V I C K S VAPORUB /a-tro-nol helps to prevent many colds--and to throw off head colds in their early stages. 2. To Help END a Co!d Sooner Of course, smne colds strike without warning, or get by even the best precautions. Then you need your dependable Vicks VapoRub. Go straight to bed and massage it briskly on the throat, chest, and back for 3 full minutes. Then spread a thick layer of VapoRub over the chest and cover with a warmed cloth. Long after you relax into restful sleep, VapoRub's famous poultice-and-vapor action continues hour after hour--loosening phlegm, easing your cough, relieving irritation, helping to break up local congestion. Sickness from Colds Cut In Half! The two simple steps outlined above, together with a few sensible health rules, are the basis of Vicks Plan for Better Control of Colds. In the biggest colds-clinic ever held--with 17,353 people as subjects --Vicks Plan resulted in fewer colds and shorter colds. /(cut sickness Jrotn colds more than half! Full directions for following Vickt Plan In each Vicks package T HE family seeking an easy-fo-care-for home--one that allows for all conveniences and embodies features usually found only in homes of large financial means--can be thankful for really modern Gas and Electric Utility Service. · If you are planning to build, remodel or just modernize your ' present quarters, be sure to consider Gas and Electricity. There is nothing that will da so much for so little . . . modern luxury at a saving over old-fashioned methods. Stop in at the People's Gas . and · Electric Company for complete information. ·,. A MODERN KITCHEN FOR YOUR HOME Make your kitchen a room of beauty with all tlie features oC modern utility. Our Kitchen Planning Bureau will gladly show you how in the most economical way possible. Modern kitchen equipment is available on easy monthly terms. PAYMENTS THAT SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE Have your "Dream Kitchen" now with the twentieth century's most sensational development in modern cookery--a modern gas range. Beauty, style, design, convenience, time-saving features, l i £ e t i m ' e construction, economical operation--every conceivable feature is built into the new 1937 Roper and Magic Chef gas ranges. AUTOMATIC GAS HOT WATER SERVICE No home is completely modern without the wonderful convenience ot" an automatic storage hot water supply--24 hours of the day--water piping hot at the turn o£ a faucet. 1C the faucet says "Hot"--it means it with an "Automatic." INSTALLED ON OUR RENTAL-PURCHASE PLAN Have you ever thought you'd like some fairy godmother to i n v e n t something to do the tedious task of ironing? Something to make housework more pleasant? Well, it's here! The new Easy Ironer is proving a blessing to hundreds oC Mason City housewives and to women everywhere. Ironing becomes a pleasant task instead ot a dreaded ordeal. Slop in at the Peoples Gas and Eiectric Company showroom for a trial demonstration, and learn how easy it is to buy on our credit pay plan. AUTOMATIC HEATING WITH CAREFREE NATURAL GAS Compare gas healing with any other type of healing. You'll find it cleaner, healthier, more constant and comfortable. You'll discover it the quietest, safest and most economical type of heating you could use--all things considered. Investigate! JUST CALL 125 FOR A HEATING ESTIMATE BURNER PAYMENTS AS LOW AS ?2.15 A MONTH PEOPLES GAS and ELECTRIC COMPANY ·vrpr

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