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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 24, 1939
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Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 U you ao nol receive your papet call 2."3- atter 6 p. m, call 513-W Headline for localj. classified, and display ads [j 11 a. m .. daily. Theaui. pace cieaolini Is 6 p. m. of th» day belar* publication. G.D. A. HOSTESS AT LENTEN TEA Young Matrons, New Residents of Parish Guests at Courtesy CLEAR LAKE--Young matrons Clear Lake Briefs TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Phone 464- W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 513-W Sire. William McGowan will be hostess to the U. Y. B. Card club Tuesday afternoon. The club has had a vacation because of illness of members. "New Peak of the Week" dresses. Nichols Shop. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hammond " ~' given by members of the Catholic 1 Daughters of America in the par- 1 lors of St. Patrick's Catholic church Thursday afternoon with 30 members and guests present. Entertainment consisted of a se- Mrs. K £. Gentry, who is ill at home east of Clear Lake, was a liltle bett er Thursday. - c - Vf- Bulls for well drilling, ries of lantern slides showing j pump, windmill repair. Ph. fi06-W. views of Yellowstone National ! C. A. Pease received a message Lake Boy Is Five Years Old park and Bryce Canyon and copie of great pictures illustrating the life of Christ. The tea table was centered with a bowl of yellou jonquils and pussy willows. Yellow tapers were arranged a either end. Mrs. J. W. Anderson and Mrs. Wed .O'Neill poured. The committee arranging the courtesy consisted of Mrs,' Tom Hayes, Mrs Clarence Patterson and Mrs. John Mulert. * * * B. 1VK. CLASS HOLDS TARTY AT PARSONAGE The Misses Virginia Delir and Lila Jean Thompson were in charge of the program for the B. Y.-K. class of the Methodist Sunday school which met for a party at the home of its teacher Mrs. Thomas B. Collins, Thursday evening. They arranged games, contests, stunts, a backward spelling contest and pantomimes which were greatly enjoyed. Miss Dehr led devotions and Mrs. Collins served lunch. The Misses June Harding and Ethel Uansen will be the April hostesses. "LIFE OF CHRIST IN ART"-IS'WESSON THEME Mrs. Carrie Watts presented the Jesson "Life o£ Christ in Art" for tile program of the Sorosis club which met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. J. Nelson Mrs. Watts showed printed copies of many famous religious paintings depicting events in the life of Christ and gave the history of each as well as a comprehensive discussion of its artistic qualities I The series included subjects from ' infancy to "The Last Supper." At the business session Airs L E Jacobson, president, appointed Mrs. R. D. Bobbins, Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. E. B. Stillman as the committee on programs for next year. Mrs. Nelson served a treat at the close of the afternoon. Mr= William Hahn will be club hostess m two weeks. Thursday afternoon telling of the death of his aunt, Mrs. George Stamford, at Marion, 111., Wednesday. The funeral is to be held there Sunday. Clean clothes improve your appearance. Neal the Cleaner. Miss Kathleen Estergard's committee will arrange for the Luther league meeting at the Zion Lutheran church Sunday evening. The condition of Mrs. Oliver Brager, who was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, Monday, was reported as fairly good, Friday noon. Two floor shows nightly at Clear Lake Golf club, 10 p. m. and 1 a. m. Cuisine by Clint Ashford Southland chef. Dale Snyder, who is at Mercy hospital, Mason City, for treatment, is improving. Clifton Comstoek will lead devotions and Mrs. J. B. Calhoun will present the lesson for the Trail B!azers at the Congregational church Sunday afternoon. A special program is planned for .he Congo club also. Gale Goranson and Charles Mams went Friday to Vinton to .'JSit Mr. and Mrs. Dale Harmon until Saturday. Mr. Harmon Traffic Line Costs Figured BOISE, Idaho, U.R)--The state of Idaho pays $57,130 annually in expenses to paint a yellow line down the center of its highways Director H. R. Flint of the highway department states. Payne. nvm-r. PER PHONE 2^8 i2;2nd N.E. "Where a Dollar Does its Duty " , WALLPAPER ] * PAIHT STQflE 53123EE23I :ormeriy assistant coach "at the high school. Special Aromax gasoline. Gasoline Alley station, 214 So. St. Mrs. Leonard Cash will enter- amed the Laf-Lot club at her lome Saturday afternoon in celebration of her birthday anniver- ary which is Sunday. Come in and see the ne\v color- -iul spring hats. Koeneman's Mrs. Will Paul. Bellevue, was a guest at the regular meeting of R N. A. at I. O. O. F. hall Thursday evening. Economy grocery lias everything you want in garden seeds. A special session of the city council \vas planned for Friday evening. The Rev. Ifla O. Helgen, Mason City, will speak at the Gospel Tabernacle Sunday morning and the Rev. Paul Freligh will preach in the evening. Select your Easter hat from salesman's line shown here Sat p. m, Nichols Shop. The Rev. and Mrs. Alvin Prest- holt, who have been visiting the former's father, Ole Prestholt and other relatives since Monday planned to return to their home in ?r 1° Saturd 3y- Mrs. John Moorehead, who has been visttin" her mother, Mrs. Tilda Ha'.vorson will accompany them. ' CLEAR LAKE --Leland Johannessen, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Leiantl Joliannessen, celebrated his fifth birthday anniversary Friday. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johannessen, planned to visit at his home Friday evening:. City Officers Warn Everyone Off Lake CLEAR LAKE--Dr. A. B. Phillips, mayor and Jess Buttleman, chief of police, state that the ice on the lake is in a dangerous condition and warn everyone to stay off as it is deteriorating from the recent warm weather and is due go out at any time. Two hi s u school students Friday walked some distance out on the ice. They later appeared at the mayor's court wherj they were given some sound advice and sent home. City officers request parents to warn their children to stay off the ice. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE · --,-.. ,,. __-Stafford Post Will Sponsor Tag Day at ''uly 4' Celebration CLEAR LAKE--Plans to sponsor an American Legion Junio Child Welfare Tag day during the July 4 celebration at Clear Lake this year were made at the regulai meeting at Stafford Post No. 222 o£ the American Legion at the Legion hall Wednesday evening Proceeds from the sale will be used to meet expenses for the Boy Scout troop which the' Legioi sponsors, for the Clear Lake representative to be sent to the Boys State meeting at Des Moines this summer and for transportation and upkeep of the drum and bugle corps, which the Legion sponsors. Ralph Knutson, who recently became proprietor of the Knutson Hardware company, was guest speaker, telling of' the tea and coffee business in which lie was engaged at San Francisco, Cal before coming to Clear Lake 'this winter..The program was arranged by Dr. A. B. Phillips and Lyle Stunkard. Dinner was served at 7 o'clock with R.-J. Aurdal, Frank Bonner S. P. Hansen, George Ballantyne, ELECT OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR Mrs. C. N. Prestholt Chosen'President of Lake View Club CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. C. fv Prestholt was named president o the Lake View club for the en suing year at a meeting helt Thursday afternoon at the horn of Mrs. Lyle Stevens. Mrs. Elme Luscomb was chosen vice presi dent: Mrs. Fred Luker, secretary and Mrs Sam Severson, treasurei The club-voted that beginnini next year the officers should pro gress through the chairs. The program commiiiee, con- iistmg of Mrs. Roger Nelson Mrs Luscomb, Mrs. George Prestholt Mrs. J. p. Hansen, Jr., retiring president, and the new president will meet before the next regular session and outline a tentative program which will be presented ""'discussion and suggestions A dessert luncheon was served y the hostess, assisted by Mrs .uscomb. The remainder of the Vr"l e S' 3 ! sp ? rnt , in rtwns cards Clear Lake Churches FREE OIL ZION UNITED LUTHERAN Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme: "Heaven." Revelations 21:1-6. Special music by both choirs Luther league, 6 o'clock. Kathleen Estergard's committee in -harge. Choirs and confirmands meet at usual hours. Members are reminded that the Hammond organ has now been used at services for a year.--Ruben Mostrom, pastor GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning service, 11 o'clock. The Rev. Ida O. Helgen, Mason City, will preach. Evening service, 7:30 the Hev. Paul Freligh, Mason City, will speak. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening, 7:30 o'clock. CHURCH OF CHRIST At I. O. O. F. hall. Preaching service, 9:30 o'clock. Sunday school, 10:30 o'clock.--D. L. Kratz pastor.' CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST ALTUUKIAXS PLAN FOR HOBBY SHOW Discussion of plans for the annual hobby show to be held in the ation room at the high school l 1.2. 13 and 14 was held at fie regulai- meeting of. the Altru- lan tlub Thursday afternoon at he home of Mrs. Leslie Thayer -ommittees have been named for "try day. April 10. and for the udging which is to be done April l. Arrangements were also made .... or the county convention of fed- ie to erated clubs to be held in Clear high Lake soon and for the part the club ···"· takes m arranging for the "School For Brides." Mrs. E. M Duesenberg presented the lesson on "New Safeguards for Ships in Foa and Storms." Mrs. Thaynr will be hostess to the club at the next regular meeting April 20. " S * *.- ·$ PRACTICE SONGS FOR COMMUNITY CHORUS A*H'H°'T' ;f shland a »d Mrs. Carl I f Ie u ln the Practice o f songs for the communitv chorus by members of the W. L A M club who met Thursday' at" the home of Mrs.'Ed Ashland with ^ - ahl who recently moved back (o the neighborhood, was welcomed as a new member and a pot-luck luncheon was served at , Mis. George Davis and Mrs. Louis Knutson were guests of the Stitch and Chatter club which met Thursday afternoon with Mr« Chris Larson A dozen members were present and the time was ^pent in tying comforters and in hemmmg towels for the hostess. Lunch was served. Mrs H E weal will entertain April 6. ' ' MASON CITY WOMEN- GUESTS OF CLUB Mrs. Frank Ball and Mrs. Elias Kelrov, Mason City, and Mrs. John Saturday, March STRTIDM Men! We Put the EASE in EASTER Clothes BUYING It's time to choose your Easter Outfit--and our terms are the most friendly and convenient in t o w n Single Three Button Drape models or Double Breasted- either piain or sport models, in stripes, checks herringbones. You w {|] 0. K. these s vies WJS be heard Saturday evenings at 7-30 1 high yes secon J o'clock.--E. J. Supple, pastor. " LAKESIDE S u n d a y school, 10 o'clock Preaching sen-ice, 11 Mrs. Charles Hill LUTHERAN, MISSOURI Clear Lake a , 2 4 o'clock.-: I Congratulates-I Joyce Marie Hansen, daughter At Legion hS"°lT~ ^.,f? ter . Hanser 1:30 o'clock. Divine services " o'clock. We invite you to come and worship with us.--N. S. Tjernagcl pastor. METHODIST Church school, 9:45 o'clock Morning worship 11 o'clock. Special music by the choir. Epworth league. 7:30 o'clock. Evening service. 7:30 o'clock. A cordial welcome to al!.--Thomas B. Collins, pastor. PEOPLE'S At Legion Half _ Sunday school. 10 o'clock. Morning worship, a o'clock. Young people's meeting. 6:45 o'clock Janet Marie Palmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer u^no was three years old March son" ei of d ^, ferll ' y Joll a n nessen. Jr., Johannessen. whose fi'ft'h birthday anniversary was March 24. IS LORD BISHOP HENANDOAH, (IP)--Dr Ellis Jones Hough, former pastor of - - .- ..-o. v.-,,i 1/tltrt.K. r, , - ; o - . f . . V I J J J E I ^dall/c Q £ Evening worship. 7:30 o'clock 1 . rcsb ytenan churches at Man- Regular prayer meeting Thursday \ mn . 8 ' Casey and Shenandoah now evening.--Chauncey Mer\vjn, pa 1 --- 1 " Lord Bishop of Rochester Kent tor - I England- where he preaches in a 18 50 24 50 29 50 (Why Pay Afore?) Special this week--Hat FREE with every suit. ~~^^--___________ Beautiful Boys' and Students' Suits--$7.50 to $13.50 Wm. Alter "Good Clothes" 107 So. Federal Avc. CO.VGREGATIOXAL ! Church school, 10 o'clock j Classes for all young folk'; Morning worship. I I o'clock ] Sermon theme: "Blessed Are the Peacemakers." Special music--Anthem. "Even J IeTb : Warren: solo. "A Legend" by Tschaifcowsky, Trail Blazers 5 o clock. Clifton Comstock will leaded devotions and Mrs J B Calhoun will present the Ieson on "Learning to Share." Young folks of junior high school age are invited. Congo club. 6:30 o'clock. For youns people of high school age. --J. B. Calhoun, pastor. CUPP IS ELECTED AJIES.. !.*)--Wayne Cupps. lum- | ocrman. has been elected prcsi- | clcnt of the newly-organized Ames Lions club and Dr. B. E. Poundstone is ;!ie secretary. The Lion* International.charter will be presented the week o£ April 10 I _ .. , anc! is also librarian"at St Harlnolemew's hospital. COMPLETE Optical Service -FRIDAY, SIARCH 24, 1939 GOOD L O O K S . . . Are Preserved by Relieving Eye Strain and Avoiding Wrinkles. · M A C E S Smith Optical Co -21 EAST STATE - -- ··! ~^-"*st j^aucimyne, b. J. Humphrey and Verne Oxley as the committee in charge The next meeting'will be held To Present Judge J. F. Rutherford's Lecture at I. 0. 0. F. Hall CLEAR LAKE--The Clear Lake company of Jehovah's Witnesses announce that Dale G. Knowlton :one servant, will present Judge J. F. .Rutherford's lecture "Fas- asm or Freedom," by electrical ranscnptum at I. O. O. F hall Sunday, March 26, at 3 o'clock All pel-sons interested are invited to attend. No admission will be narged and no collection taken Weifht Behind Law QUINCY, 111., U.R--Adams coun- y s new law enforcement squad is believed to be the "beefiest" in ustory. Sheriff-elect George Mey- ,p'?,l^±*H^? 10 P°""ds ] 0 (( orenn T at 292 jetterson transportation Mrs. T. G. Burns Reviews "Prologue to Glory" at Rotary CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. T. ' G Burns reviewed the play "The Prologue to Glory" by Prof. E. P. Conkle for the program of the Rotary club which met Thursday at 1. O O. P. hall for luncheon. Allen Beck and son, J. Frederick Beck Mason City were visiting Hotar- ians. Miss Emily Me Knutson and Miss Betty Bums were also Si 1 -??* 5 ' Dr ' A ' B ' Phi l»'Ps, Roscoe Miller, A. E. Mallory and H E Freeman are the program committee. r * * « HONOR STUDENTS OUT-SPELL LIONS An old-fashioned spelling contest formed the program for the Lions club which entertained honor students from the high school at luncheon Wednesday noon. The program was in charge of Otto B. Peterson. When time was called three students and one Lion were left on the floor Student guests were Allen Wind Geneva Henningsen, Conrad Kolls' Genevieve Brose, Vic Lowman) Kathryn Kennedy. Edith Enabnit and Bob Bliss. R. R. Rogers will provide the program for next week. tests at the meeting of Friendship Chain club held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Kenneth StockwelL. Several absences because of illness were noted. Lunch was served. Mrs. George Kimble will entertain in two weeks. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Junior Federated club, Mrs. Keith Raw, 8 o'clock. Saturday--Rummage sale, Methodist aid circle No. 6, Legion hall. Laf-a-Lot club, Mrs. Leonard Cash, 106 West Division street. Tramp Leaves With Dog THAYER, Mo., (U.PJ--T. B. Hunter, bachelor fanner, complained to the sheriff after a transient he had taken in, left during the night with most of the farmer's clothes his best hound dog and 12 dozen eggs. Township Followup Meeting Conducted K L E M M B -- A group of 12 Avery township women assembled for an all day fellowship meeting held at the home of Mrs. Henry Bu£se on Friday, March 17. Following an interesting lesson in the forenoon a potluck luncheon was served. Following the afternoon lesson a birthday party was given in honor of Mi's. Floyd Franklin, the township leader. She received many gifts. A lunch was served at the close of. the day. COSTUME JEWELRY $1.00 BLANCHARD'S ." 3 West State AVIN PRIZES AT CLUB MEETING Mrs. Louis Stupka, Mrs Wesley Coyier and Mrs. O. 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