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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1939
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r 5SsffiS;S:S"/; : :.^!- 1 '':'*=S OLDS E f £? 9S rTWeek ls Mas °n City's bid for the Used Car business ?V» £ iJ° Wi h. You ow ? " to yourcelr to see one of us this week. tte would rather you oought your car from us, of course but come to Mason City this week anyway. THIRTY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM OUR TRADES ARE LIBERAL -- OUR TERMS ARE EASY '0!) South Delaware MOTOR 21 Second S. W FAMOUS FOR FAIRNESS: Get a Written Money-Back Guarantee Signed by the Dealer '35-- CHEV. MASTER SPORT SEDAN. Has built in trunk, radio, knee-action. Nearly new set of U. S. (PQ A (Royal Master rib-tread tires .............. \POrrO $395 $150 '36--FORD DELUXE FOUR DOOR TOURING SEDAN with radio and heater '30--FORD COUPE. Motor completely renewed ·31--CHEV. SPORT ROADSTER. Tan top, MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Miss Thelma Awe Honored at Shower Given in Thompson CLEAR LAKK--Miss Thelma A\ve, now living in Clear Lake, was honored at a shower given at the town hall in Thompson, her home town, Wednesday evening by Mrs. W. R. Shay, assisted by Mrs. Curtis Hughes and Miss Dc- lovis Rippentrop. Miss Margaret Ingefaretsotj presented a tap dance number and later Miss Ingebretson and Miss Lucille Robinson sang a duet and Miss Maxine Campbell gave a radio skit for the program. Besides Miss Awe, out-of-town guests included Mrs. William Me- Kibben, Clear Lake; Mrs. Han- Cash, Fertile, and Mrs. Inga Lockrem. Lake Mills. Miss Awe was presented a number of gifts and lunch was served with a three-tiered wedding take centering the refreshment table. Mis.? Awe will wed Virgil McKibben o£ Clear Lake April 30. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 Frank C. Claybeie, who ha.s been ill for some time, was taken to an Algona hospital in Ward's ambulance Wednesday evening. Autos For Sale '30 Model A Truck §135 Complete motor overhaul and special gear. '31 Buick Sedan $150 '34 Chev. Truck $225 '29 Chev. Sedan ? 95 Other Cars Priced From $50 and up iSFORT ROADSTER. Tan top, f£-l A r tires CpI^tD i Jewe! Motors '38--FORD 4-door SEDAN 1 4-door Gr~/"*«~) N .... cbobo '35--PLYMOUTH CCQ/1Q COUPE '37--FORD TUDOR '36--FORD DLX: TUDOR . . . . $433 '37-- FORD -14 TON PANEL in very good condition. It has 6 ply tires and 1939 license. Dark blue finish '36-- CHEV. !/· TON PANEL with '39 license and 6 ply tires '33 -- CHEV. PANEL $295 .... $145|' 36--CHEV, PICKUP .... OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM 100% SATISFACTION or 100% REFUND! Ford, Mercury and Lincoln Zephyr 202 1st St. S. E. H Q R T H O W A MARCH IS 2S Birum-Olson '37 Deluxe Dodge Sedan. Radio $585 '36 Chevrolet M a s t e r Coach. Gray S395 '36 Buick Special Sedan Deluxe $595 '35 Olds Six Deluxe Sedan. Black $395 '35 Chrysler Sedan. Six Cylinder. Trunk.. . S385 '35 Pontiac Six Sedan. Black $390 '31 Chevrolet C o u p e . Fine condition .... $165 '32 Pontiac 2-Door. A beauty SI 75 '38 Buick Special Coupe $795 '37 Ford 60 C o a c h . Blue. Good tires. .. S395 '31 Chevrolet C o u p e . Very good $165 '38 Buick Coach. A deluxe special S845 Fifty others from which to choose. Many special bargains on display. Our low finance terms will suit you. Birum-Olson GOOD WILL USED CARS Imc. DE SOTO--PLYMOUTH Across From the Hanford Phone 81 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 11 you ao not rccelva your paper call zs»; af'.er 6 p. tn. call S13-W Deadline lor locab. clasillltd. and display ads Ij 11 a. m.. daily. Theatre caai deialim U 6 o. m. of th diy befort publication. TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Phone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 513-W Greater Clear Lake Committee Organized JOHN BOIIMNG THE CAR MARKET WHERE YOU BUY FOR LESS '38 Chev. Master Town. Green This car bought new in Aug. S595 '38 Ford De Luxe Tudor. Gunmetal. This car same as new S595 '37 Ply. Tudor. Gunmetal. Trunk back. Reconditioned motor .. $435 '36 Ford De Luxe Tr. Sedan. Gunmetal. Htr. and defrosters . .. S.-135 '38 Ply. Tr. Tudor. Black, driven only 14.000 miles. Like new S585 '37 Ford 85 Tudor. Gray. Htr. and defrosters. A dandy S445 '37 Dodge Coupe. Maroon. Kir., defrosters. A real one S535 '35 Ford Tudor. Htr.. trunk S293 '34 Stucie.- Sedan. Radio, htr. $285 '36 Ford Sed. De L. Like new S3flO '31 Buick G Wheel Sedan ... S1GQ '34 Ford Spt. Coupe. Htr. .. . S235 E. B. Stillman Elected [President of New Group F. P. WALKER '31 Ford Victory. A dandy .. S145 '34 Ford De Luxe Tud. Nice S265 '33 Chev. Town. A real one S295 "19 Kssex Tudor. Runs good S 65 '29 Chev. Sd. Tires,- body gd. S Go 31 Chev. Coupe. New paint S 95 '23 Ford Coupe. A real one $125 16 Second St. S. E. Phone 616 Earl K. Chaffin, Mgr. Davis Radiator--Same Address SOMF. REAL BARGAINS LEFT I C a s h Fo1 ' Youl ' Car FOR USED CAR WEEK '37 Chevrolet Town Sedan. Color, blue. White side wall tires. Heater. A real value. '37 Ford 85 Tudor Sedan. Low actual mileage. Radio. Heater. '37 Chrysler Royal 4-Door Sedan. Radio. Heater. '36 Studebakev 4-Door Sedan. Low mileage. TRADE--GMAC TERMS We have 35 used cars to pick from pi-iced from S35 up. JOHN GALLAGHER, Inc. Open Evenings and Sundays 116 S. Delaware Phone 1567 Equity h QM rj [-. vP-L / »_) Co. THE BUICK GARAGE 316 N. Federal Phone 288 Lodge Notices H A R D I N G LODGE NO C49 Joint meeting. Lecture h v W. C. Jsckrosn. B p. M.. March 03. Wnrk in 2nd dcarce Fri.. 7.30 P. M.. March 2. F. E. CARROLL, W M. C. C. HALHHIUt. bcc'y. Phon. 249 1933 TERRAPLANE FOUR- DOOR SEDAN. Motor, body, finish very good, (Use Our Income Purchase Plan INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. PAGEANT GIVEN BY AID CIRCLE John's Message to 7 Churches of Asia Forms Lenten Topic CLEAR LAKE--A p a g e a n t representing John's message to the seven churches of Asia formed the main part oi the program presented by circle No. 3 of the Methodist aid at the Lenten Fellowship service held at the church Wednesday evening with 85 persons attending. A picture of Christ was thrown on the screen and below it an altar with seven candles representing the seven churches was arranged. Mrs. Julius Oehlert, dressed in Biblical costume, represented John kneeling before the altar. Mrs. H. E. Freeman lit the candles as Mrs. P. D. Leith read the corresponding portions o! scripture. Clarence Pease, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Harry Mason, played "Ave Maria" as a violin solo and Mrs. A. H. Runcie sang '·Softly and Tenderly' 1 and "Abide With Me.'' The Rev. Thomas B. Collins spoke on "The Cross and the Church of Today and the Religious Trend of. the People." Mrs. Freeman and Mrs. Leith are chairman and co-chairman respectively ot circle No. 3. A pot-luck dinner was served -inon n. i . -r, f ·, preceding the service. 19^9 Dodge 4 Dr. Sedan m-o pi Dem °Jl st £J t01 ^ IEXTERTAINS DORCAS luoy nymoutii DIx. Touring j CIRCLE OF AID Sedan Demonstrator j Mrs . c . A . Lo!ne n. Mrs. Jorgen Both cars in perfect condition Thompson and Mrs. Viggo Jacob- anrl rarrv a TIPU- t-nr sm were S uest 5 of Dorcas circle ann .aii a new car of the zion L u t h e r a n aid , vhich guarantee. me t Wednesday afternoon at the EXTRA VALUES home of Mrs. Fred Christiansen Committee's Goal Is Clear Lake as a Cily of Homes j j CLEAR LAKE--E. B. Stillman. | Clear Lake attorney, was elected I president of the first Greater Clear f Lake committee at its organization meeting Wednesday night. Following the naming ot members for the original committee Wednesday by W. H. Ward, president o£ the Commercial club, the new organization created to promote Clear Lake as a city o£ homes met and appointed Sam Kennedy as vice president and Clarence Pease, Sr.. as .secretary-treasurer. The charter officers will serve one year. The 10 committee members named by Mr. Ward are F. P. Walker, C. F. Crane, D. E. Kenyon, C. A. Pease, Sr., C. A. Knutson W. H. Ward, Elmer Musgjerd, Sam Kennedy, John Bohning, and E. B. Stillman. C. F. Crane, selected Wednesday night as chairman of the finance committee named as his committee aids Sam Kennedy, Elmer Musgjerd and W. H. Ward. The president was authorized to appoint a committee of four to get out a permanent home booklet, and a separate pamphlet on Clear Lake's summer resort advantages. The new organization's first responsibility is the raising of a yearly minimum fund"of 51,000 to be expended over a five year period in furthering the committee's aims. 'Clear Lake Briefs Missouri 5 Retains Undefeated Record in Intramurals CLEAR LAKE--Missouri won a 16 to 12 victory over Kansas in the intramural basketball g a m e s played at the high school gym ^' r V nol j, evening. Knutson · ' · - * · ' C. W. Butts, who completed drilling of two wells at Central I Heights. Muson City, recently, is I now at work upon n five inch well I for the Perkins dairy. ' Patient: "Doe, I'm off my feed." Doc: "Drive out to the Clear Lake Golf club for one of those southern fried chicken dinners wilh biscuits -- they're positively healing." Mrs. O. B. Grotte, Spencer, arrived Wednesday evening and Mrs. Eugene Hoffmann, Oak Park, I I I . came Thursday morning to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foster. North Second street, and other relatives a few days. Another d a u g h t e r , Mrs. Ed Cheney, Froid, Mont., has been here a week. Bigjest, tastiest 2Sc plate meal in town. Repp's Diner, \V. Main. Sir. and Ulrs. Tat Lynch and family, 215 Marion Park drive, plan to spend Ihe weekend wilh relatives at Waterloo. Nels Nelson, Ventura, who lias been ill for six weeks, was able to take a ride around, the lake Wednesday. He gets out a little more each day. New Easier hats in novelty shapes and colors, S1.95. Oluf T. Hansen Co. Sir. and iVIrs. Hoy French received a letter Wednesday from their daughter, Mrs. Virgil Homer, stating Uiat Mr. Homers condition is still critical. He is in a hospital at Ogden, Utah, following an automobile accident several weeks ago in which his back was injured. At J. G. A. Z Ibs. lard 17c; 49 ' Ibs. Carol Hour 99c; apple btr. ! I9c qt. I Mrs. John Jorgenson, who was i ill with an attack of flu. is im- I proving slowly. She is able to be j around the house. Gary Allen Purviance, who has been ill with flu, is able to be up part of the time and is gaining ARE GUESTS OF TOD AY'S CLUB Mrs. Allan Phillips, Mrs. Merle Grodland Attend Luncheon CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Allan Phillips, Des Moines, and Mrs. Merle Grodland were guests of Today's club which met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Guy Wis- gerhot for a 1 o'clock luncheon followed by bridge. Mrs. Wisger- hof was assisted by Mesdames Harold Phillips, Harold Thompson and Leslie Bisgrove. An Easter theme was carried out in the table decorations and menu and Mrs. Grodland won the high score prize at cards. Mrs. Ray Kruggel will be assisted by Mrs. Barry Braheny at the meeting April 12. -.* ? * ENTERTAIN' TEACHERS' I DINNER CLUB The blisses Opal Griewe and Evelyn Johnson were hostesses to the Teachers' Dinner club at their apartment Wednesday evening. The dinner table was decorated in green and yellow with a pot of yellow jonquils as the centerpiece. The evening was spent in visiting. * 1 9 MRS. HUGH SWEENEY WINS HIGH SCORE Mrs. Pat Lynch entertained the E. T. C. Bridge club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Perfect attendance was noted and Mrs. Hugh Sweeney won the high score prize. "Lunch was served.. Mrs. Elmer Musgjerd will be hostess April 12. » * * HOLD IIOUSEWARMING AT HUBEK HOME Members of the Do Your Bit club held a housewarming at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huber Wednesday with 43 persons present. A pot-luck luncheon was served at noon after which the men visited and the women played Chinese checkers. Mrs. Fred W. Peterson will be hostess at a regular meeting at her home March 29. =· * * GIVES TRAVELOG OF TEXAS TRIP Mrs. 1. L. Pauison gave a tra- velog of her recent trip to Texas for the program of the PrisciUa club which was entertained at a postponed meeting by Mrs. Norman Nelson at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Roger Nelson, Tuesday afternoon. Names at great men born in February or March were used for roll call and lunch was served. Tabie decorations carried out m a St. Patrick's color scheme. Mrs. Paulson will be hostess March 28. ELMER. MUSGJEKD WILL SPEAK AT I.O.O.F.HALL AMES ALUMNI MEET AT CLUB Hear Jim Yeager and Elect Officers for Ensuing Year (Picture on Sports Page) The Rev. Gordon Dale Cox, Harry Hardy on Program CLEAR LAKE- Phone 3200 610 So. Delaware Lodge Notices '38 Plym. 2 Door Sedan. radio and healer .. . S565 '35 Std. Coach. Heater and good tires . . . . §295 '35 Chrysler 6 Touring S e d a n . Rcfinislicd. reconditioned S245 . TRUCKS '37 Dodge \ \'» Ton ! I if 1,\VB--HD §575 I '35 IHC i i Ton Panel her daughter, Mrp. Carl Christiansen, as hostess. Mrs. A. E. Folkmann led devotions and the Bible lesson. Lunch was served at the close. Will Hold Rites for M. M. Wheatley at don Dale Cox, Ottumwa, grand master of the state of Iowa, and Harry Hardy, Hampton, district deputy grandmaster, will appear on the evening program of t h e . 25th anniversary celebration of the dedication ot the I. O. O. F. building to be held in 1. O. O. F. hall Monday evening according to plans perfected Wednesday by the committee in charge of arrangements. The two will be preceded on the evening's program by the Hampton drill team which will put on a demonstration at 8:30 o'clock and by musical numbers presented by children from the I. O. O. F. homes at Mason City. Music for Dancing The meeting at 8:30 o'clock is open to all Odd Fellows and wives and to Rcbekahs. Music for ins will follow tlie program. When plans far the celebration were inaugurated last December, the lodge decided to hold a membership campaign to provide a in at this time. CLEAR LAKE--Observing the eighty-first birthday of Iowa State college, more than 150 members and friends o£ the Cerro Gordo- Worth Alumni club attended the organization's annual meeting and dinner Wednesday night at the Clear Lake Golf club. New olficers elected were C. B. Sherman, president; Marion Olson. ·The Rev. Gora "d Carroll Garland, ... vice presidents; and Max Hendrick, secretary-treasurer, all of Mason City. Jim Yeager, 'Cyclone football coach and honor guest of the occasion, delighted his audience with an informal report oi campus happenings at Ames during the past year, and related several f o o t b a l l yarns. Yeager also showed films of the homecoming game at Kansas State last fail, which Iowa State tied 12-12 in the final seconds after trailing 12-0 most of the afternoon. A resolution was adopted by the club expressing the members' sense of loss iti the passing of Mr. and Mrs. George "Jack" Frost, whose memory was also honored with a bouquet at the speakers table. Mr. and Mrs. Frost were very active and popular in. club affairs- Standing committees named to assist the new officers will be made up of Dr. and Mrs. Kaiser, Rockwell: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller, Manly; Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Nelson, Northwood; Mr. and Mrs. John Perkins. Clear Lake: and counted 12 points for the winners i ; . ..*... ...... *.. v. ,j uduquei Honoring ivirs. /lenrv out of six games played in the Big M. Roberts. Jr.. Annapolis. Md" icn series and Missouri, made up ; president general of the national of junior high men, has an un- i organization, was held at Hotel blemished record of five games j Fort De.s Moines. won in the Big Six- lineup. Fur- ! Xcw shades .in Rollins hosiery. ther games were planned for i Nichols Shop Thursday evening. | Mrs. Oliver Braser. who was ,,, .,, ' ------ '· taken to Mercy hospital. Mason Children of the . second grade i City. Monday, is getting along To'Give Decree Work r.ihng ', Ruth, Jean and Mary Hcndrick- At '2 o'clock Monday afternoon : son. Iowa State campus trio, en- al the Lincoln school, with their teacher. Miss Grace Anderson, visited the fire department Thursday morning. B E X E V O L F M r f l O U f j E NO. 145 I n i n l mcclipR, I.ccUirc by W. C. Jackman. Tlnns", Match 23, 8 p. M. R. A. POTTER. W M. Phone ^^CO DON i:il.BMil. Scc'y. Phone 2090 '34 Dodge Sed. Del'y. .. S125 OPEN EVENINGS Hart Motors, Inc. DODGE-PLYMOUTH Opposite the Posloffice $225 CLEAR LAKE--Funeral Clear Lake Congratulates-3 John Miles. 322 quite well. She has been ill with flu two weeks. New handbags in lovely spring | shades. SI. 95. Nichols Shop. ( Ed Harding: lias returned from i Wilton Junction where he has been with . his son - Dr East Main ; spend . Harding, and the summer plans to and near street, whose birthday anniversary i Clear Lake. He is much improved ' : " ------- first decree be , tertained with songs before and by the Hampton degree s t a f f . At after the banquet. Piano accom- ·J o'clock the Clear Lake s t a f f will j pyniment was by Albert Smith, present second degree work and ! one of 25 Iowa State students who at 7 o'clock lodge will open for i attended tlie dinner. Group sing- degree work with the Muson Cily ' ins was led by Mrs. Kai.ser, ac- lodyc unit giving third cleqrcc ) compaiiied at the piano by Mr' ' ' " Earl Dean. Besides .Jim Yeager, coaches at the gathering included Clayton "Chick" Sutherland, J. A. "Judge'' Grimsley, both of Mason City and Roger Bowen. former Iowa Stale work to candidates. When the hall was dedicated in 1914 an indebtedness of S30.00Q stood against it but this lias now been reduced to S6.500 which members feel is a good showing _ _ _ considering that during the same | iuartcrback and assistant coach period other organizations have! at Mason City high school. was March 23. 120 No. Delaware ices for M. M. Wheatley, 83. father of Mrs. C. E. Wells, 520 West State street, will be held Friday at Little Rock according to a message received Wednesday eve- . ning from Mr. Wells. Mr. Wheat- birthday anniversary wax March ley died at Sibley Wednesday I "" noon following a brief illness. Mr. and Mis. Wells went lo Siblcy Tuesday evening to be with him. in health. been obliged lo take on more debts rather Hum reduce. Under the general direction or Harold Campbell, Mason City William Richey. West Division j _ F * rmcrs -- c " 1 Ra 'e grocery pays street, whose birthday anniver- i la ^i" TM2°. e , £ ,°, 1 ' C 88s. sary was March 23 | The billfold lost by Clifford I Mr, P , UI Christiana, whose I S^^L^d^c^ ! Other I. O. O. F. lodges in the committee chairman for the an- 1 county as welt as the local Re- ; nua! meeting were Mr. and Mrs. bekah organization h a \ c been invited to participate in the festivities. Don Blair, invitation and reservation: Mr. and Mrs. Marion Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sherman, program; Mr. and Mrs. Phone 980 I Mrs. Wheatley died last fall. the Park theater building Monday ] The meeting nf Eden Farm club ' John Perkins." banquet; Mr a'nd Marion VanFlect, The dnv- : scheduled for Friday evening has 1 Mrs. Carroll Garland, cniertain- i by p u b r i i h r d w l t h n n l chirp d»r bclore publication. erf license was still in it but the been postponed until April 28 be- ' nicnt: and assisting generally were money was gone. ; cause of illness among the m e m - i Mr. and Mrs. Russell Weaver, Mr. " " ' j b o r s . Further announcement will j and Mrs. Frank H a n n a and Miss . C ' - U m ~ l c e % nrf r t - i r n % D , , (and drilling. Art Bum. Ph. 2 2 4 - W . j b e made as to place. . Jean Temple

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