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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 12, 1937
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31 ·?"- ·f ji 1 ! M 1 'JT. ·K ~ 1] ^^Tr*''"^^ p TWELVE aa^piBa^^ . JARMELLO HELD TO GRAND JURY Charged With Driving While Intoxicated; C. Knudson Fined $100, Costs. Mai-tin Jarmello, Mason City, waived preliminary hearing and was bound to the grand jury Friday, by Police Judge Morris Laird on'a charge of driving while intoxicated. His bond was set at · $500. Jarmello was arrested by police in the 300 block on South Federal avenue about 11:35 o'clock Thursday night. ' Clarence Knudson, Clear Lake, was fined $100 and costs on a charge of reckless driving. Knudson was arrested at Nineteenth street and South Federal avenue at 1:15 o'clock Friday morning. He was alleged' to have been drinking. : Forfeits Bond. Howard Hanson, Crystal L'ake, forfeited a $25 bond posted when arrested at Fourteenth street and South Federal "avenue at 12:20 o'clock Thursday morning on a charge of careless driving. · , Frank M. McCardle, Marshall- flown, was fined $25 and costs on a charge of intoxication. He was arrested in the 200 block on South Federal avenue at 9:45 o'clock Thursday night. 'Three Fined. Clarence Gavel, Emmoris, Minn., Wilbur G. Dalluge, 142 Fourteenth street northwest, and W. M. S c h u 1 1 z, 438 Twenty-seventh street southwest, were each fined $10 and costs on charges of intoxication. They were arrested on South Federal avenue in the business district. John Monahan, arrested here for investigation, was turned over to Sheriff Roy E. Wilson of Clarion, where Monahan is wanted on a charge of breaking and entering. TRANSilNTCAMP WILL BE MOVED Mason City Work Unit Is Going to Paullina, Says' George Keller. MOINES, (#)-- The office of George Keller, state WPA administrator,' said Friday the WFA transient camp near Mason City will be moved to Paullina, but that there still were details, to be worked out concerning the transfer. .: The office said there will be at least four months' work for the men in a state park area Paullina. ' FEDERAL Phone 42 FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET Across From Hertford Hotel FRESH EGGS, Large, dozen . 20c Fresh Texas BEETS and . TURNIPS, bunch... Boneless HAM, Ib.. 24c Fresh Broadleaf SPINACH, Ib.. . 5c Hills Bros. COFFEE, · I b . . ; . . . 27C Extra Large Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, **£± 6 for . . . . . . . . . 25C Libby's Red SALMON, Tall. 2§c Sunkisf, Full Juice ORANGES, dozen Omar, Pillsbury's FLOUR, 49 Ibs... Fresh California CARROTS, bunch. . Idaho Russet POTATOES MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 12 H 1937 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 2 3 9 . : / ; ; ; ' . - ; ; , . · · · LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWJGGINS, Circulation and Advertising _ . Residence Phone 296-J Residence Ph6n3 67 ' " IOWA HISTORY IS STUDIED BY CLUB Lake . View Club Rollcal Names \Unsung Heroes. CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Lyle Stev ens led the lesson "Famous Men and Women of Iowa" for the Lake View club Thursday afternoon a the home of Mrs. .1. P. Hansen, Ji Roll call response was with th names of unsung heroes and Mrs Roger Nelson, accompanied bj Mrs. . Hansen, sang a group o numbers. Mrs. Leslie Bisgrove wa a guest and Mrs. Elmer Luscoml was voted into membership. A feature of the social hour was a surprise shower on Mrs. Hansen for her baBy clicks. Gifts of corn oatmeal, grit and a pink and whit sweater for a tiny chick affordec much merriment. The next meet ing will be held March 25 at the home of Mrs. Stevens and is to b recreational in nature. · * * * ALTRURIAN CLUB MEETS IN VENTURA .."Iowa Short Stories and low History" was presented by Mrs H..B. Kennedy for members of th Altrurian club meeting at th home of Mrs. Lawrence Bless in Ventura Thursday afternoon. Mis Ethel Olson, Humboldt, a sister o Mrs. Bless, was a guest. A St Patrick's tea was served by Mrs Bless with table decorations it green and white. * » « OWESO CLUB HOLDS ANNUAL BANQUET Members of . Lake township Oweso club and their husband held the annual. banquet Wednes day at the home of Mr. . and Mrs Chester Millard. A history of th club and the yearly reports were read. A musical number dedicate to the club was broadcast over KGLO during the afternoon. Mrs Edmund Ransom will entertain the club- on March 24. * · * MRS. EDWARD HUNTTING PRESENTS -LESSON .Mrs. Edward Huntting presented Extra Large CAULIFLOWER.. New Florida POTATOES, 4 Ibs. Heinz CATSUP, large. I9c Fresh Texas CABBAGE, Ib.. Green Onions, RADISHES, 3 for lOc Hershey's COCOA, 2 Ibs.. . Michigan APPLES, 5 Ibs.. 25c Fresh Strawberries, Endives, Broccoli, Beans, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Pears. FARMERS: -- Bring Us Your Eggs For Cash or Trade. A SETTING FOR CHARM Ifere ore the loveliest wallpapers we've e v e r s e e n . - . t h e n e w Imperial Washable Wallpaper designs...on display in our showroom. All arc guaranteed washable and fast to light. SHEPHERD'S PAINT WALLPAPER 16 F I R S T STREET S . E , For Delicious Schlitz n " Time Steinies r OR delicious, beer flavor lliat brings hack pleasant memories of brown- raftered inns arid old stone steins . . . uncap a "Sleinie" Bro\ra Bailie of Schlitz. It brings you that old-fashioned, full-bodied goodness... brewed to ripe perfection, winter and summer, under Precise Enzyme Control. Schlils, You likn h on. first acquaintance and ever after. Scblitz in "Sleinie" Brown Bottles brings you added health benefits of SunshineVilamm D. Schlil7."Sleinies" are compact--light in weight--easy to carry--fit easily in your refrigerator. Contents same as familiar Tall Brown V.UULCULH same as laminar You don't have to cultivate a taste for Bottle or Cap-Sealed Can JOS. SCHLITZ BREVING CO. MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN t Jei. Schlltz Brewing Co.--62 The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous a very interesting lesson on Baldwin and Anthony Eden and events of the past year in England for members of the Crescent club meeting at the home of Mrs. R. R Rogers Thursday afternoon. No luncheon will be held at the nex meeting at the home of Mrs. Jack Diercks and the session will begin at 3 p. m. * * * IRISH JOKES USED FOR CLUB ROLLCALt, Mrs. Richard Skinner entertained the Thimble Bee club Thursday with a pot-luck dinner served at noon followed by a business meeting and social hour. Rol call response was Irish jokes, Mrs William Hahn was chosen to be the new secretary and plans were made for piecing a new quilt Light refreshments were served a the c}ose of the afternoon. Mrs Will Schultz will be hostess to the club on April 8. Ed Rich Entertains Rotary Club With Tales of Trip South CLEAR LAKE--Ed Rich entertained members of the Rotary club with reminiscences of hi recent trip to the south at the luncheon meeting held at I. O O. F. hall Thursday noon. Mr. anc Mrs. Rich went to Cuba as a side trip and were sea sick both going and returning. Mr. Rich say, he is certain the waves on thi ocean were, as high as Clear Eaki turned up on edge and he did no enjoy the food in Cuba at al! While, in Havana, Mr. Rich at tended the Rotary club meeting Mr. and Mrs. Rich met and visit ed with Lowell McMaster, a for mer resident of Clear Lake. Arthur Melrpy was present at the luncheon as a new member anc Rasmus J. Peterson, local florist was a guest. Milo Knutson Joins Alpha Delta Alpha CLEAR LAKE--Milo Knutson arrived Thursday evening from Cedar Rapids where he is a student at Coe college and will spend the week-end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Peter Knutson, 301 South East street. Mr. Knutson has recently been elected to membership in Alpha Delta Alpha, socia fraternity. The Coe college band in which Mr. Knutson plays cornet, will make a spring tour, leaving next Wednesday for the eas by bus. Stops will be made a several points in Indiana and Illinois with the feature point a concert in Orchestra hall, Chicago. The band will 1 spend three days in Chicago. Mr. Knutson re' *- Cedar Rapids Sunday turns to evening. Clear Lake Briefs Sat. Bush's cookies lOc doz, Mrs. Fred Ulmcr and friend, Austin, Minn., visited Mrs. Ulmer's aunt, Mrs. J. B. Patterson, Friday. 1 Lost: Bl. sprinscr spaniel. No 1529. Reward. Ph. 551-W. The music contest at Britt wilt be broadcast over KGLO Friday evening beginning at 8:15 p. m. Several Clear Lake persons will appear in the various events included. Modern furnished apartment, adults. 509 S. 3rd St. Townsend club No. 1 will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fox on Tuesday evening, March 1G, instead of March 18 as previously st ated. New Bradley knitted dresses $12.95 to $22.50.--Nichols Shop. Chris Law returned Friday morning from Los Angeles, Cal., where he spent the winter, by .rain. His son drove the car through. New spring hats SI.95.--Nichols ihop. Reports from the music con- ests at Britt Friday stated that he girls' sextet was rated excel- ent Thursday evening and the small mixed vocal group as good. Rollins hose, 7Dc and $1.15 pr., knee length, $1 pr.--Nichols Shop. Mrs. W. E. Gardner and son, 21mer Holmes, Minneapolis, arrived Thursday evening and are ^siting at the home of Mrs. Gardner's niece, Mrs. .T. F. ^harlesworth, East Main street, ind with other friends and rela- ivcs. New Spring Suits and Topcoats are ready! Open a budget charge iccount . . . no extra charge . . . Abel Son, Inc. . . . Mason City. J. W. Pattie, who has been tak- ng a vacation, will go to Dubuque friday and to Maquoketa Saturday where he will visit his daugh-- er, Mrs. C. D. Krepps. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Krepps and Mr. Patie will go to Clinton to visit little ^ancy in the hospital and on VIonday Mr. Pattie will go out on lis route again. Sat. special: Wheato doughnuts Oc a doz. Cream pies, pineapple, lanana, cherries, Boston 20c each. Chocolate eclairs 3 for lOc. Clear ,ake Bakery. ; Mr. anfl Mrs. E. B. Wilkinson ave moved into the Collins cot- age on the north shore which ney have rented for the season rom Freeman and Kenyon. Mr. Vilkinson is associated with the United Home Bank and Trust ompany o£ Mason City. Visitor From Minneapolis. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Simpson of Minneapolis is v i s i t i n g her aughter, Mrs. A. L. Shannon, Royal Neighbors ' Elect Mrs. C/Fox to Membership CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Carl Fox was elected to membership in the Royal Neighbors of America lodge at the regular session held at I. O. O. F. hall Thursday evening. Mrs. George Peterson, Mrs. Melvin Werle and Mrs. Clifford Freeark were the committee serving refreshments after lodge. District Deputy Grace Bedford and Supreme Supervisor F1 or e n c ^ Bridges will be present for the lodge session on March ,.--25 and the time has been set at 7:30 p. m. instead of 8 as usual. * * * W. R. C. CIRCLE PLANS BEAN SUPPER Mrs. S. E. Eldred entertained 15 members of the W. R. C. circle at her home Thursday afternoon. A picnic luncheon was served at 12:30 o'clock, readings were given for roll call and plans for the bean supper perfected. The remainder of the afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. Rosetta Owen will be circle hostess April 8. * * * TRINITY CIRCLE HOLDS MEETING Miss Alma Olson led devotions and Mrs. Harry Ely presented the Bible lesson at a meeting of Trinity circle of the Zion Lutheran aid at the home of Mrs. Floyd Kimball Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Kimball served refreshments a the close to 20 persons, 10 o whom were guests, present. Mrs Jens Wind presided at the meet ing. Kenneth Callanan to Wed in Minneapoli CLEAR LAKE--The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Eunice C. Hansing, daughter of Mrs. Cecelia G. Hand, 4319 Bryant avenue south, Minneapolis to Kenneth M. Callanan, son o Mr. and Mrs. Leland K. Callanan Monticello, Minn., is announced The wedding will be on March 27. Mr. Callanan was a former resident of Clear Lake, leaving here about three years ago. He was graduated from the local high school and is known by many o the younger set. Announces Services CLEAR LAKE--Evangelist C Merwin announces that there wil be services Sunday in the .real room of the former A and C Style shop. Sunday school will be hek at 10 a. m. and preaching at 11 At 7:30 p. m. there will be an evangelistic service with spccia music. The Rev. Mr. 'Merv/in states that the public is invitee to attend. Now they say a job is property which can't be taken from you but suppose the political jobholders get that idea.--Lincoln Star. DEAR NOAH =IF THE DEUMSTICKS AND THE! TROMBONE: SLIDES, wiuu SOUSAPHONE THR DPU/VWER. TO BEAT IT ? CLEO OUDAY BEEAVEN, IND. DEAR. NOAH=AR AUt_ YOUNG UNDIES A1ISS FITS ? B. W.HAST KINGS POR-fr TEMN DEAR. NOAH=WOUUD THE COPS SRAB TtDU IF THE.T SAW YOU HOOK A SCfeFFN 000)5.7 We just made a good buy on a large shipment of Sweet Potatoes and while they last' we will let you have them at 8c a can. This is a 19 oz. can and we are placing a limit of 3 cans to a customer. 5c CANDY everyday price 3 for ... DENATURED HOL, gallon BARS, our lOc A L C D . 39c We arc paying 19c a dozen trade for eggs. Morris Food Store 221 SIXTH STREET S. \V. Clear Lake Churches - : - . METHODIST Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Dr. W. G. Muhleman, district superintend- deht of Algona district, wil! preach. Evening service,; 7 p. m. Dr. Muhleman will give a travelog of his recent trip to Mexico followed by moving pictures o£ Mexico.' No Epworth league.--B. W. Riner, pastor.' CHURCH OF CHRIST . I. O. O. F. Hall Preaching service, 9:30 a. m. Sermon topic: "Some Creative; Convictions." Bible school, 10:30 a. m.--D.'L. Kratz, pastor. ·GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preaching service, 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor; 6:30 p. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. The Rev. Paul Freligh. Mason City will preach. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. . ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. with classes for all. ages. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Music by the junior and senior vested choirs directed by Mrs, James McCormick. Sermon theme:'"The Words of Jesus and the Malefactors on the Cross." Confirmation class Saturday, 9 a., in.--J. A. Urness, pastor. . CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST North East 'street -- Sunday school at. 10 a. m. Church services at 11 o'clock. Wednesday evening services at 8 p. m. ST. PATRICK'S First mass at B o'clock. SeconS mass at 10 o'clock. Confessions will be heard Saturday evening at 7:4o o'clock.--E.- J. Supple, pastor. METHODIST Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, .11 a. .m. Epworth league; 6:30 p. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m.--B. W. Riner, pastor. CONGREGATIONAL Church school, 10 a. m. Chusih worship 11 a. m. Easter anthem by choir. Lenten sermon, "Open Doors." Congo club, 6:30 p. m. Travel -talk, "Our South Country" by Roy Peterson. Social hour and refreshments.--Homer E. Blough, pastor. Mitchell Electric Co. 118 N. 4th St., Clear Lake ELECTRIC WIRING and RADIO, REPAIRING Phones 53-475 :: , : "'·'.-. Seniors Win High School Boys' Inter _ Glass Tpurnament CLEAR-LAKE--The final round of the boys'.; interclass .basketball games was played off Thursday after school with' the seniors winning the series. In the'senior-ju- nior event the seniors took the big end , of a 21 to 19 score. Jensen scored 10 points for. the seniors and Lewis six for the juniors. The sophs won over the frosh 39 to 22 in their struggle.' Mullarky counted 14 points for the sophs and Jack Philippe n i n e - f o r the freshies. "...'· The class records were: Seniors, all three games; juniors, two won and one lost; sophomores, one won and two lost, and freshmen, three lost. An inframural game to play off the ComstockiPalmeler tie will close tire basketball season, according to Coach Chris Johnston. Mrs. Staff en to Address Woman's Club in Britt BRITT -- The Britt Woman's club will meet March 16 in the clubrpom at the public- library. The program is "Church Homes in, America." Mrs. -B. A.' Steffen of .Crystal Lake, a former, minister, will review the · book, "Old Churches and .Meeting Places in and Around Philadelphia," by John Fan's. The serving committee is Mrs. C. M. Watkins, Mrs. Carl Korneisel and Mrs. William Spangler. .. ; Called to Hoilanflale. DUMONT -- Mrs. Harry. Clemens was called to Hollandale, Minn., by the serious'illness of her mother, Mrs. Dodo-Harms. ROCKWELL MAN DIES SUDDENLY Harry W. Gillette Drops Dead While in Store; Was Retired. ROCKWELL--Harry W. Gillette, about 70 years of age, dropped dead Friday afternoon in Geer's store. He had just made a purchase when he suffered an attack, from heart disease, it was believed, and slumped to the floor. Mr. Gillette, who was married, lived on his farm northwest of Rockwell until retiring to town about 10 years ago. He had resided in Cerro Gordo county nearly a half century. OUTSTANDING By Any Standard of Comparison SWEET CREAM BUTTER SOUND AS A DOLLAR-® NEAT AS A PIN * \ ^ iDCJUtS SOIB OMLY BY FOlfllG DMLEBS Only the finest used cars nre ijclcctRd ns "Good Will" tiscl cnrfl--each car is carefully nnd completely recomli tinned To put it i n . the finest possible condition. H i y h t now, yon can save m a n y dollnr.s on n "Good Wil]" used e«r--for f r n d o - m s on the new 1937 I'on'linc have crowded our aloclsa beyond capacity, [to make room for further spring trade-ins, we ofTcr these cars at drastically reduced prices. Listed below arc a few typical bargains--our stock contains irmny more. Come in now--buy at theao special low prices. -tft-=a. IMS L A F A Y E T T E T U D O R . C o l o r black, dun! tall lights. Broadcloth up- holstcry, spotless thrmiRh- out, clcnncst used car of this make in town. Your car may make the down payment Balance on General Motors Time Payment Plan. Only .... :e on ucn- $425 193J FORD TUPOIt ' SE- DAX--Black finish, original owner, lots of service in this Car at t service in $285 IDS I POKTIAC SEDAN-This is a clean Elght-Cy- Iindcr Sedan finished in. grey, broadcloth upholstery, No-Draft Ventilation, Knee Action. A wonderful caf for vacation trips at luerful car $435 im cnEvnor.ET MASTER SEDAN. Black Finish Moh.ilr Upholstery, Sport- liffht. This car looks like Now and will make a nice family car. U will pay you to look this one over at I Visitors From Illinois. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Lowall Hughes of San Anloriiji, Cal., are visiting at the John Mriy home. Mr. Hughes is a brother of Mrs. John May. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes are going to Virginia. They came Monday and are leaving Saturday for Missouri and Illinois. At Des Moines Convention. - KANAWHA -- Mr. and Mrs. James Yeafcel drove to Des Moines Wednesday to attend the Chevrolet convention being held there this week. Daughter Is Born. MARBLE ROCK--Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetzinger are parents of a second daughter born Wednesday. On Way to Montana, LONEROCK -- Alvin Hanna is visiting at the Mrs. George Hanna and A. H. Hanna homes enroute from Texas to his home at Wolf Point, Mont. - n pay you $485 ( John Gallagher, Inc. PONTIAC SIXES EIGHTS--SALES AND SERVICE 25-27 Second St. S. E. - Phone 1567

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