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March 25, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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^ 10 SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1939 I j "STUNT NIGHT" PROGRAM GIVEN Garner Woman's Club Is Winner of First . Place in Competition GARNER-- First prize of $5 was ' Woman's club Wednesday night in a stunt night program presented by the Gamer Music Mothers club and attended by a large crowd in the nigh school auditorium. The prize winning stunt featured Stanley Brugman singing and enacting the role of "The Umbrella Man," assisted by a cast or eight. As an encore to this stunt, Raymond Housh, little son of Mr and Mrs. C. N. Housh, sang the same song. Ladles Aid Is Second Second plate went to the Ladies' Aid society o£ the local Methodist church, which presented "Memories" and won ?3. In this stun Mrs. R. C. Wood reviewed he life for her little granddaughte played by Helen Jean Olson, an the memories became living pic tures, all oj which featured suil able musical accompaniment. Third prize of $2 was won b the' Garner men's chorus, whic presented a humorous chorus re hearsal under direction of Don O Anderson. More Than 100 Take Part More than 100 persons took par m the elaborate program, whicr included music by the high schoo , band preceding the competition and the following contest presen tations: "The Three Beas" by th high school band and.Leroy Bar low; blues songs by the high scijpol girls' sextet under auspices March Meeting of Goldfield Club Is in Memorial Hall GOLDFIELD -- The Goldfield Community club held its March meeting at the Memorial hall on Thursday evening with a large attendance present. A play, "Bimbo," was given by a cast chosen from the sophomore class with Miss Ingersoll the director. Miss Peters presented the following soloists who sang their contest numbers: Veva Moore, Barbara Jane Moseley, Lucille Nelson and Lyle Shields. S. E. Samuelson, G. G. Braden and J, S. McCallum were named to a committee to have charge of programs for the coming three months. Refreshments were served by a committee at close of program, after which a social hour was enjoyed. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE of Recital club; tap dance by .Winnie Jean Simmons sponsored bv the Garden club; exhibition o marksmanship featuring Aaron Greiman and Don Hoe by the Chamber of Commerce; "Poky Huntus" done in the Chinese theater manner by Girl Reserves "School of 1896," a comedy sketch by the American Legion; "On the Trail of Scouting" by Garner Boy Scouts and the Rev. V. V. Schuldt"Operating in a Big Way or an Inside Job" by Garner Lions club; "The Rheumatis," a sextet by the Hebekah lodge; and a style parade by the American Legion Auxiliary with Mrs. C. F. Merten as narrator. » . Judges were Marion Ervine of Klemme, Charlotte Skene of Ventura and Hayfield. Thelma Hardman of Rote Teaching- Declines A U S T I N , Tex., (U.PJ--Texas school teachers are giving their pupils more practical instruction and possibly less "book learning," Dr. Hob Gray, University of Texas education .professor, said his -survey revealed. Mrs. Reinhart of AltaVista Feted at Kitchen Shower A L T A VISTA--Mrs. Ralph Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J a number friends of Mrs. Vincent Rein hart, a bride of several weeks, a a kitchen shower given at the former's home here Thursda evening. Contract bridge and progressive 500 were played and prize awards made to Mrs. Joe Menges, high score in bridge, and Mrs. Clara Scholz, consolation. Mrs. Kate Winn received first prize anc Mrs. Carl White consolation in the 500 game. Refreshments were served to the guests at the close of the evening by the hostess. 'Rose on the Dial" Presented by Luther ollege's Students DECORAH--"The Rose on the Dial," by Irving W. Arnold, was presented by students of Luther ollege under the direction of Brands Camelin Friday evening. The cast of the production is as ollows:'Janann Downie, Decorah, s Athenis, daughter of the pro- onsul; Patricia Vanderwalker, Decorah, as Claudia, the haughty ister of Athenis; Deloise Hill, Minneapolis, Minn., as Bernice, a hristian girl from Alexandria; ving p Kalnes, McFarlaad, Wis. T s Gaius, a Roman centurion in ove with Bernice; Joyce Nestin- en, Coon Valley, Wis., as Philip, Christian; ,Olaf Borge, Cam- ridge, Wis., as Fabius, pompous loman proconsul of Ephesus; Cenneth Olson, Midland, S. Dak., s Marcius, the perfect; and Myon Thompson, Hollandale, Wis., s the soldier. The action of the play -takes lace in 348 A. D. Arming for defense isn't a war leasure. Can't you realize that you live in peace only because you are sheltered and protected by others?--Cedar Rapids Gazette. L See the New GAS RANGES Now on Display With the Famous 3 in 1 Quest SPEED 4- ECONOMY + EVEH HEAT DISTRIBUTION Roper 0 Ef«i» truly mod«rn oven pirtorinance, giving you thru a»ntial faature.--Speed, economy and heat distribute on. The r.»w Roper oven preheat* in l«u time withle»s gas consumption. It maintains hoat with tesg ga«. It guarantees even heat distribution top. bottom, sides and corner*. The new Roper ga* Tan B ea were »tyled by E. D Pellegrin, working- with Rop»r engineers. SEE THE DISPLAY OF NEW MODELS P-G-vaE- E.U.CTBIC COMPANY THOMAS MACHINE CO. WE DO ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2503 [ 3032nd S. W. Mason City, la. CITY OPENS UP FIRST STREET Should Be Ready to Accommodate Traffic by Saturday Night CLEAR LAKE--City workmen began opening of First street between Jefferson and North to traffic Saturday. Aided by the Mason City and Clear Lake railroad, which furnished cars for hauling of gravel and cinders that have been laid over the car tracks on First street and by the People's Gas and Electric company which removed light poles at each end of the block, it was expected that the street be ia r «"ne SS i°r traffic OFFICE PHONE 239 U you do not receive four paper c*J) liter 8 s. M. M u 513--W Deadline tor locali, cbultlca. «tid 2^y a-" 1? 11 «. m.. daily. Theatre p dutUln. It t B. m. at the,day bt publication. - by Saturday night The work was carried on in a dense fog extending from the lake more than- a block beyond shore. A resolution ordering improvement of the street and opening it to traffic was passed by the'city council in a special session on Feb. 21. Investigations concerning the property were made by Edward R. Boyle, city 'attorney, and E. B. Stillman, local attorney. The council was advised thpt the premises involved were dedicated as a street i n . September, 1856, by James Dickirson and Marcus Tuttle and that the city has never relinquished its title to the street. Grandparents, Others Attend Fifth Birthday Anniversary Party CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. ^arl Johannessen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johannessen and two sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hood and daughter, Alice, and their mothers, Mrs. Louise Hood and Mrs. Anna Zieme, Mason City, were quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Johannessen Friday evening in honor of the fifth birthday anniversary of Leland Johannessen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. -arl Johannessen and Mr. and Vlrs. Hood are grandparents of -eland. Jr., and the other women are his great grandmothers' on mother's side of the family He also has a great grandfather, John Paulson, Cleac Lake, who did not attend. The time was spent n visiting and lunch, including )irthday cake, was served. Leand received a number of gifts n honor of the anniversary. (I V fe IOTHER, DAUGHTER HONORED AT SHOWER Mrs. Kenneth Deyo and baby laughter, Dorothy May, were lonored at a shower held at the tome of the former's mother, Mrs Floyd Carter, Friday afternoon with 20 friends present. A program of games and contests was carried out and a picnic lunch vas served. The many gifts were presented in a basket decorated n pink and blue. Mrs. George amison and Mrs. R. J. Nelson arranged the courtesy. Will Speak on I. O. 0. F. Program OH, D E A R / JOHN, DID YOU TURN OFF THAT WATER HEATER? ITHOUGHT YOU Another Week End Ruined Are you taking this same chance? There is no necessity for you lo worry about your water heater. It should operate like f.very other appliance in your home-automatically. As Little As 31.00 A MONTH Renls or Buys This Fine Heater! By installing an Automatic Gas Water Healer you immediately begin to enjov ne finest kind of hot water service a't Jon-esl cost . . . making your home a more enjoyable place to live in the year round. House-keeping becomes a pleasure, and life about your home"takes on a new, delightful aspect. A "Fuel Saver" Water Heater will give you constant, trouble-free, automatic water heating service at a small price that will really surprise you. Come inlet us explain the many time, money and worry saving features. PEOPLES' GAS fr ELECTRIC COMPANY THE REV. GORDON DALE COX HARRY HARDY CLEAR LAKE -- The Rev. Gordon Dale Cox, Ottumwa, grand master of the state- of Iowa, and Harry Hardy, Hampton, district deputy grand master, will speak at an open meeting: of Odd Fellows at I. O, O. F. hall Monday evening when the local lodge ' will celebrate the iwenjy-fitth anniversarj- of the dedication of their building. Odd Fellows and Rebekahs from all lodges in Cerro Gbrdo county and from many others are expected to attend. First, second and third degree work will be given at 2, 41 and 7 o'clock respectively and a class of 18 new members will be taken into membership at the celebration. IV. H. Ward is general chairman of the committee on arrangements and Carl Johannessen and T. W. Tompkins headed teams in a membership drive. WALKER HEADS BOOKLET GROUP Kenyan, Ward, Bohnmg Named on Committee CLEAR LAKE--F. P. Walker, assisted by D. E. Kenyon, John Bohning, and W. H. Ward, were appointed by the Greater Cleav Lake committee Friday to plan a booklet on Clear Lake's living fa- a summer resort cilities and pamphlet. A meeting of the entire Greats- Clear Lake committee is scheduled for next Tuesday night, at which time preliminary reports of the finance committee and booklet and pamphlet plans will be studied. Attracting more families to live in Clear Lake is the objective of the Greater Clear Lake committee, whose officers and members are enlisted from the membership of the Clear Lake Commercial club. Next Thursday night, March 30, the Commercial club holds its regular monthly meeting. The membership recently voted to meet regularly on the last Thursday of each month. Clear Lake Congratulates-Miss Mary Hill, whose birthday anniversary was March 25. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Comstock. \vhose 26th wedding anniversary was March 25. ,.¥**· Gregory Marshall, whose birthday anniversary was March Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rowc, Chapin, whose 54th wedding anniversary was March 25. Mr. and Mrs. Laurice Huntley whose fifth wedding anniversary was March 25. Mrs. £. L. Van Fleet, whose birthday anniversary was March Zo. Mrs. James Richey. w h o s e oirlhday anniversary was March r.iu.iion, i ltm , ,,, n e w , Ht "« PuWijlieil w i t h o u t tharjr. blr p l t a s e phone y o u r il t m tu j the il»v betori ooblitition Clear Lake Briefs Boy Scout troops No. 17 and 30 will meet as usual Monday evening. Peter's r e s t a u r a n t caters to banquets, parties and clubs anywhere, anytime. We make our own donuts and rolls every day and serve the best ice cream in town Eat Sunday dinner with us Mrs. C. F. Crane will entertain the Progress club at her home Monday afternoon with Mrs. Edith Naylor leading the lesson on "Legends of Our Country." E!cc. pump service, u-ell 1 oepair and drilling. Art Butts. Ph. 224-W Library Reading club will meet Monday afternoon at the home o Mrs. A. E. Mallory. Mrs. G E Pimke will give.a book review an Mrs. E. K. Green will present th final chapter of a serial storv written by club members. Be a wife-preserver. Treat he to Sunday dinner at Pok-A-Dot Mrs. I. L. Paulson will enter, tain the Priscilla club at her homi Tuesday afternoon. Two Hoor shows nightly thru Sunday at the Golf club. Starting Monday, "Ambrose, the Magician ' :eatunng ventriloquist comedy and the Rope Act, greatest deception since Houdini. Fees for membership in the na- Jonal organization and reports on badges to be earned will be the order of business for Girl Scout troop No. 2 at its meeting Tuesday afternoon. Wanted: Boys over 14 to carry aper routes immediately. Apply 'ak OUiCe at C1 *"' Home project leaders of Grant and Clear Lake townships will meet at the home of Mrs. Clarence T^ g i°- Tuesda y for a lesson on Making the Most of Heredity" For your aches and pains try hiropractic. A. C. Rorviu. D. C Mrs. George Brazen will enter- am Zion circle o£ the Zion'Luth- eran aid Tuesday afternoon with rars. Hans Hendrickson in charge 3£ the lesson.. The Women's Foreign Missionary society will meet at the Methodist church parlors Tuesday af- ernoon for a special Founders- day program This is a day ahead of the usual date Mrs. Merle Scanlon- will T,e nstess to the HirLo Bridge club home Tuesday afternoon. TED ADAMS, Advertising- Homa Phone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 513-W HAZEL JONES IS MARCH BRIDE Weds Dr. Kingsley R. Rogers in Ceremony at Parsonage IT v . ernoon. U. Y. B. Card club will b e e n- ertamed at the home of Mrs W.lbam McGowan Tuesday after: s - ' MUton - .TMu, : and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle s returned Friday nisht Friday nisht . Utah, where fey ,-isited their brother-in-law and VTr H±; and ^ Mr ?- Virgil vir Homer, who is in a hospital ollowmg an auto accident several veeks ago, is doing as well ast and lying face downward on c^ v Me - hBS a P a «lysis ab- cess on his spine. · Tina Rebekah lodge will meet in egular sess 10 n at I. O. O F hall Tuesday evening. " · ' · n a i l Girl Scout troop will meet Monday evening instead of Tuesday his week because of the music tr piogram at the hlch ^rhnni Tuesday evening. S ° 01 Dr. Jane Wright entertained a Toup of friends at bridge Satur- ay afternoon. Luncheon was erved at the home of Mrs H D \Iason after which the women M cards at Dr. Wright's home. us!n"es "' * E ' L3 " tz madc a 'linn., Saturday. ' Mrs. Charles Woodward, who as been visiting Mrs. George 'eterson since W e d n e s d a y ! . a " ne d io spend the weekend vith her daughter, Mrs. Cecil uiler before returning to Osage Irs. Woodward's plans for the urnmer are still incomplete Mrs Clara Dorchester, who has pent the winter in an apartment t the Mrs. Clara Mason home, is We to be out after an illness of ive weeks. A. C. Sater, who has been very u with a throat infection, is able o be outside a little now but is ot strong enough to work Mrs. Ollie Peterson and daugh- er, Thelma planned to go Satur- ay to Chapin to attend the cele- ratjon of the fifty-fourth wedding nmversary celebration of Mrs Peterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs ,hns Rowe. They planned to keep pen house for friends and nei°h- ors who cared to call. -Mrs. Will Paul .has returned rom Ionia where she visited her aughter, Mrs. Charles Gray, sev- ral days. Mr. and Mrs. Gray are he parents of a son, Kern Gray Deigning 10 pounds. He has three rothers and a sister. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanley ,-ho have been at the W. W Fox partment. 200 West State street loved Friday to the James Peteron place just north of town. Mrs. n heodore Johnson and son, Kcn- eth. and granddaughter, Alvina !eck, who have been living on the lace, have moved to one of Sam Kennedy's houses near the stock- ardsv M i s s Haicl Ziesrlcr, second :rade teacher, went Saturday to Mock-well to spend the weekend at ome. Annual Meeting at ake on Wednesday RAKE--The annual business iceting of the Rake Shipping as- ocistion wilt be held at the Town iail at 1 o'clock Wednesday af- , ei-noon. Officers will be elecied ! nd other business will be trans- j acted. Free coffee will be served by the manager, Ole Hove f a grey CLEAR LAKE -- Miss Hazel Jones, daughter of Mrs. J. E. Boot, llu South Oak street, became the jni d M°M D l'- Ki »S sIe y R. Rogers, 403 North Second street, in an informal ceremony at the Congregational parsonage Friday evening The Rev. J. B. Calhoun, pastor read the single ring service at 7-3C oclock. The couple was unattended. Miss Jones was attired in _ ,,.,, spring suit and wore black accessories and a black straw braid hat with veil. Her corsage was roses, sweet peas and freesias. . Mrs. Rogers was graduated from Sioux City high schcol, took two years' work at Morningside college and was graduated from the Lutheran hospital nursing school, Sioux City. She is a member of the R. N. Society of the Nursing association and came lo Clear Lake last summer with her mother whom she has assisted in her private hospital. * D £)r R °B er s.'Who is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rogers was graduated from the Clear Lake high school, Hamilton School of Commerce, Mason City, and the Kirksville College of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. He is a member of Psi Sigma Alpha, honorary scholastic fraternity, and is associated with Dr. E. E. Chappelfin the Chappell clinic at Clear Lake. Dr and Mrs. Rogers left Saturday for a weekend visit with relatives in Minneapolis, Minn., after wruch they will be at home in the upstairs front apartment at 119 North. Fourth street Otterbine Guild, Hutchins, Meets HUTCHINS -- Miss Marjorie .jilmore entertained the Otterbine juild, a girls' organization of the United Brethren church, and several friends at her home Friday evening. Miss Gilmore and her mother, Mrs. Moody Gilmore served refreshments at the evening's close. - Clear Lake Calendar Sunday--Jehovah's Witnesses, I. O. O. F. hall, 3 o'clock. Trail Blazers, Congregational church, 5 o'clock. Luther League, Zion Lutheran church, 6 o'clock. Congo c l u b , Congregational church, 6:30 o'clock. Epworth L e a g u e , Methodist church, 7:30 o'clock. Monday -- Odd Fellows celebration, degree work, 2, 4 and 7 o'clock. Open meeting, 8:30 oclock. Boy Scout troop No. 17, junior nigh school, 7 o'clock. Boy Scout troop No. 30, Methodist church, 7 o'clock. Double M club, Mis Frances Vaughn, street. 200 South Fourth Progress club, Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, 520 South Second street. Library Reading club, Mrs. A. E. Mallory, 532 Marion Park drive. Girl Scout troop No. 1, junior high school, 7 o'clock. Tuesday -- U. 'Y. B. Card club Mrs. William McGowan, 304 Jefferson street. Priscilla club, Mrs, i. L Paulson, 409 North Third street Girl Scout troop No. 2, junio high school, 4:15 o'clock. Grant, Clear Lake Home Project leaders, Mrs. Clarence Trego. Zion circle, Zion Lutheran aid, Mrs. George Brazen, 221 South Second street. Women's Foreign Missionary society, Methodist church, 2:30 o'clock. Hi-Lo Bridge club, Mrs. Merle Scanlon, North Second street Tina Rebekah lodge, I. O. O. F hall, 8 o'clock. Wednesday -- St. Maiy's circle, Catholic aid, Mrs. Lester Bisgrove, 410 Clara street. ' Bo Your Bit club, Mrs. Fred W. Fellowship service, Peterson. L e n t e n Methodist church, ~S:30 o"clo"ciT Lions club, Legion hall, 12:15 o'clock. Lakeside Bible study, R. E. Nelson home, 8 o'clock. Lakeside Ladies aid, Mrs. Frank Allen. Thursday--St. Rita's circle, Cathode aid . Mrs. P. W. Crawford, 309 East State street, 2 o'clock Rotary club, I. O. O. F. hall 12:15 o'clock. Royal club, Mrs. F. G. Cookman, 409 East Main street Twentieth Century club Mrs H. H. Crane, 221 North Second street. Linger Longer club, Mrs. Ruben Fryer, 208 Clara street. Crescent club, Mrs,-A. B Phillips, 123 South Fourth street. Friday--American Legion Auxiliary Sewing circle, Mrs. C A. Pease, 40S North Second street 2:30 o'clock. Union, Mt. Vernon Home Project leaders, Mrs. Clarence Zook. Sub-District Music contest, high school. Saturday -- Sub-District M u s i c contest, high school. COUNCIL MEETS, AIDS REPAIRS Special Session to ' Grant Permits for Building Is Held CLEAR LAKE--Permission to undertake minor building repairs and improvements was granted three petitioners Friday night at a special session of the city council. . George Sheridan was given permission to make repairs on the rear of building housing Adam Thomas' shoe repair shop; Perkins dairy was granted a permit to drill a well on the rear of its downtown property, and the I. O. O. F. lodge was allowed to arrange for repair of the cement wall on the back of the Odd Fellows building. A uigaret license was granted R. B. Kennedy. The council meets in -regular session Friday, March 31. Junior Federated Club Plans Processional in "School for Bri' J " CLEAR des LAKE -- An informal meeting of the Junior Federated club was held at the home of Mrs. Keith Raw Friday evening. Plans for the presentation of the wedding processional in the "School for Brides" at the county convention of the Iowa Federated clubs to be held at Clear Lake in April were discussed. K * ft CHRISTIAN WORKERS MOLD SESSION' Christian Workers met at the home of Mrs. J. S. Anderson Ffi- oay afternoon with Mrs. Harvey Coe leading the lesson. A good attendance of members was noted and several guests were present. Lunch was served. Mrs. Pearl Abbott will be hostess April 14 » « » STAR CLUB HEARS TRAVELOG AT MEETING Mrs. Orren Porter gave a trav- elog of her recent trip to Cali- iprnia for the program of the Star club which met Friday at the home of Mrs. George Peterson with Mrs. Charles Woodward assisting hostess. Mrs. Porter told of attending the Iowa picnic at Lincoln park in February, the tournament of roses, a visit to the Sun Maid raisin factory and many other interesting incidents. Twenty members were present and -lunch was served. The club will .meet again in two weeks. There are 1,775,000 persons liv-' ing on cotton farms in Texas, constituting more than 70 per cent of all the agricultural people in the state. · ' ' - Vote Monday for Harry C. Brown For Councilman HARRY C. BROWN The record of the achievements of the past three years speaks for itself: 1. Safety Department created with a trained safety en - gmeer. Result: 28 months without a traffic fatality on Mason City streets. ««a«iy 2. Fire Prevention Ordinance adopted and Buildinq Code brought up to date. Result: Continued saving? in fire insurance rates. "Tings 3. New well, modern fire station and reservoir under construction on South Federal Avenue. Result: Better water supply and more adequate fire protection. 4. Street improvements include opening of the 15th Street S. E. across M. St. L tracks, 1 3th Street N j eI 9 if,'" ", ew under P QSS ur »d«r Milwaukee tracks' and 54 blocks of paving. "OCRS, 5 ' n^VrfkT" P a n t rc ^ um ' Cif y Hal1 ^modeled and 30 blocks of storm and sanitary sewers have been This is only a few of the many accomplishments of t Re-elect Harry C. Brown to the City Council For Transportation to the Polls Phone 1019

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