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March 16, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 · 1937 NINETEEN PLAN REVIVAL OF SCOUT TROOP 30 Harold D. Cone Will Lead Boys in Future Activities. CLEAR LAKE -- Hal-old D. Cone, science teacher in the local high school will assume the duties of. scoutmaster ot troop No. 30, Boy Scouts o£ America, next Monday evening at the reorganization meeting of the troop at the basement ol the Methodist church-at 7:15 o'clock. Mr. Cone is not a stranger to scouting as'he was a scout when a lad and in college took a special course in scouting and has attended special schools for the instruction of scout leaders. He recently received a Standard First Aid certificate awarded those completing the first aid course held in Clear Lake prior to the holidays. A preliminary meeting attended by Earl K. Behrend, scout execu- tue at Mason City, was held Monday evening for laying clans for Roller Skate at Idelo Clear Lake, Wednesday Night Country Store--Many .Prizes For Sltaiinr Party Date write C. W. Broeffle, Clear Lake, la. troop No. 30. Any boy 12 years of age or above, who is interested in scouting, in invited by the committee to seek membership in the troop. The troop committee is composed of Gustave Punke, Hoy Hoit and Harlan OH. Home Hygiene Class Establishes Routine CLEAH LAKE -- Mrs.. Philip Furleigh and Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn conducted the class in home hygiene at the junior high school building Monday afternoon for Mrs. Mildred Johnson, county nurse, who could not be present. The class now, numbers 35 and much interest and enthusiasm is fanifested. The next class meeting will be Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Regular class periods have now been established at 2:30 p. m. on Mondays and 7:30 p. m. on Thursdays. Sale Successful. CLEAR LAKE--George Sheridan held a very successful farm sale at his home east of Clear Lake Monday afternoon when he sold all his livestock and farming utensils. Good prices were the rule and a good crowd attended. Mi-. Sheridan has leased his work land but expects to occupy his farm residence while continuing his partnership in the McGowan- Sheridan Hardware store in Clear Lake. Tender Juicy Baby Beef Steak . . Sb.ISc WIENERS, Large, Small, Ib.. . MINCE HAM, Chunk, Ib Buehler's Best Buy Shortening ^ orBak!n9 Frying, Cooking Ib. 14c MUTTON CHOPS, Ib. ICc MUTTON ROAST, Ib.. lOc Pure Ground Beef and Sausage . Ib. lOc PORK CHOPS, -»ft- STEAK, Ib *(JC ^SAUSAGE, Ib. f - _ 15C BEEP SHORT RIBS, I b . . . . . lOc VEAL -,iv:, ; ,,:^-,-« A ROAST, Ifa. ........ 15C Big Washer Bargain! WITH LIBERAL ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD M A C H I N E On the New 60th Anniversary 1937 EASY WASHER and Set DRAIN TUBS FREE of Two DURING THIS SALE oo Wo»hM Thoroughly At TOP At Mddle WMhe* Thoroughly Al Bo)lom DURING OUR MARCH EASY EXTRA OFFER Price .. . $69.50 . $10.00 Atlowan Old Wa NOW ONLY $2.50 DOWN Sale- Price, $|JA.50 with trade-in Js PLUS 2 FREE TUBS · Now is your opportunity to get rid of your old washer. We're making a liberal trade-in allowance during our March Extra Offer on the famous EASY. It's the washer with famous 3-zone turbolator washing action that washes ALL the clothes ALL the time. Besides trade-in allowance, you get a set of 2 portable self-draining laundry tubs. Hurry! Other Models from $59.50 to $159.50 % These Washers Are Serviced and Guaranteed, by the People's Gas and Electric Company PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMB\NY MASON CITY -- MA^LY -- NORA SPRINGS -- CLEAR LAKE Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEiL 1 , News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 , AXELSON GOES TO JAMBOREE To Represent Lake Legion Troop in,Expedition to Washinton, D. C. CLEAR LAKE--Max Axelson, ;on of r5r. and Mrs. C. Axelson, vill attend the national Boy icout jaraborse at Washington, D. 1 ' C., next summer as the representative of troop No. 17 with nil expenses paid, it was announced at the scout and dad dinner here Monday evening. The Clear Lake Legion post, vhich is sponsoring the troop is lending S. P. Hansen, scoutmas- er, in appreciation of his scout vork. About four other scouts are planning to attend, ; paying heir own 'expenses. Axelson was chosen as the roop representative on the basis of scout activities and attendance. The following awards were made: Second class, Lawrence Fredrickson; second class merit tadges, Jack Kennedy, Bob Musg- erd and Donald Pramor; first class merit badge, Max Axelson, public health and safety, Gordon -oyier, personal health, a n d Keith Neal, camping and handicraft, and star, Max Axelson, The awards were presented by Sagle Scouts Dean Brose and Bob Clausen, the Rev. H. E. Blough and W. H. Kimo, chairman of the troop committee. Attendance pins were presented .0 Keith Neal, Bob Clausen and Max Axelson. "omstock's Team W i n s Intramural Basketball Series C L E A R L A KE--Comstock's ;eam won 20 to 18 the extra game against the Palmeter team played Monday night at the high school lym to decide the championship of .he intramural series held there ;he past few weeks. Members of :he team were Roger Comstock, Bob Hill, Dennis Huey, Junior Axelson, Paul Anderson, DeWayne Jensen, Paul Ashland, J. Ransom and Don Nesbit. Comstock was high point man for his team. The opposing team was made up of Jack Palmeter, Gordon Coyier, Jack Philippe,. Harry-^Pike, Bob Bliss, Roger Davis, Dean Enabnit, Carl Richey and Jack Enabnit. Palmeter was high point man for his team also. Each team had played seven games, winning five and losing two. The game closed the basketball season. Gift Presented to Departing Member CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Marion Peterson was presented a gift of remembrance by members of the Daughters of Union Veterans meeting at the Legion clubrooms Monday evening for the regular session with 22 present. Mrs. Pe- 'erson has sold her home in Clear Lake and expects to go soon to Des Moines to make her future ,iome with' her daughter. The jroup also voted to invite mem- aers of Dorothy Dix tent No. 42 of Mason City as guests for the meeting to be held April 5 at which time a G. A. H. program will be given. Members of the refreshment committee serving Monday evening were Mrs. Grace Fiske, Mrs. P. D. Leith and Miss Verna Carpenter. Visitor From Chicago, GRAFTON--Raymond Bulitz of Chicago is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bublitr. At Bethlehem Lutheran Church CLEAR LAKE--The Lutheran Gospel quartet will appear In a program at the Bethlehem Lutheran church Friday evening: at 7:30 o'clock, according to a communication received Monday by Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Feucrson. Members of the quartet showri above arc, from left to right, Joseph Walla, first tenor, Joseph Erickson, second tenor, Vcrnon Erickson, first liass and Roy Erickson, second bass. The three latter are brothers. The men are alumni of the Lutheran Bible school of Fergus Falls, Minn., and are heard each Snn- ilay mornln? over Minneapolis. They give a program of sacred music supplemented with testimonies and other short talks and carry their own instruments. Mr. Peclerson. who lieard them lust fall at Joice, states that they are good speakers as well as singers and agreeable to hear. No admission is charged hut a free-will offering will be taken. Clear Lake Briefs Modern furnished apartment, adults. 509 S. 3rd St. Mr. a n d . Mrs. J. C. Cooksie moved Monday from the Thayer cottage at Shady Beach to Mason City where Mr. Cooksie is employed nights at the Lehigh Cement plant. Mr.. and Mrs. Stanley Smith moved Friday from 415 North Fifth street to 107 East State street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Gelo have moved in to the Dietz cottage on the north shore for the summer after spending the winter at the Hanford hotel in Mason City. New Spring Suits and Topcoats are ready. Open a budget charge account no extra charge National Tea Market CLEAR LAKE'S NEW MEAT MARKET MEAT SPECIALS Wednesday Thursday BEEF STEAK, pound 15c POT ROAST, pound. . 12c BEEF BOIL, p o u n d . . lOc H A M B U R G E R , pound . IGc SAUSAGE, pound . . . lOc NECK BONES, p o u n d . 6c PORK HEARTS, pound IOC SLICED BACON, pound. PORK BRAINS, pound Abel Son, Inc. . . . Mason City. Mrs. Peter Knutson, 300 Soutli East street, plans to leave Wednesday evening for Chicago where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Ernest Bogardus, several days. She will also visit her sister, Mrs. Carter Dawson at Maywood, 111., and attend a concert by Coe college military band to be given in Orchestra hall in Chicago. Mrs. Knutson's son, Milo Knutson, plays cornet with the Coe college band. New line of spring suits and top coats. Wm. Alter, 123 N. Fed. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Anderson and the Rev. A. J. TJriies returned Monday evening from Minneapolis. - Wed.- -Bush's Jelly roll lOc. Mrs. Hoy Peterson will (rive a travelog oX her recent trip to Mexico and the south at a meeting of group No. 3 ot the Congregational aid at the home of Mrs. N. B. Rice, 303 North Elm street, Wednesday afternoon. The hostess will serve refreshments at the close. Wed. 25 silk dresses ?3.a5 each --taken from lines up to $12.95-black, brown, green, wine. Limit one lo a customer. Nichols Shop. Miss Mae Enfield entered the junior class of the high school Monday morning. She came from the Woolstock high school. Dozens of new hats for Easter --SI.85 to S4.95. Nichols Shop. Miss Leila Clausen, 508 West Jefferson street, has received news of the birth of her first grandchild, a seven and a half pound boy born to Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crowe at Mohawk, Ore. Mrs. Crowe was Miss Carolyn Clausen before her marriage. Past presidents will be special guests of Hebekah Social circle which meets at I. O. O. F. hall Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ned Blackmore, circle instructor, has requested all who cnn give the unwritten worlc to make a special effort to be present at this meeting. Mrs. Frank Atherton, South Second street, has entered a hospital at Rochester, Minn., for further treatment. Mrs. Atherlon went to Rochester Monday, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Volstad and Mrs. A. B. Phillips. A group from Mason City high school enjoyed a roller skating party at the Idelo Thursday evening. C. W. Broeffle, manager, is holding a number of private parties this season. Eastern Stars will enjoy a social hour ot bridge and 500 following the legular lodge session at Masonic temple Wednesday evening. A 6:30 dinner will be served. Mrs. I/. O. Kimball will entertain circle No. 1 of the Methodist aid at her home, 612 West Division street, Friday, afternoon at 2:30. There will be v a business session, social hour and refreshments. Mi.ss Marguerite Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, East Burden street, was one of the committee for table arrangements for the annual sprinj! dinner dance held Saturday night at Morningside college in Sioux City. -Miss Johnson is a student at the college. Jim Anderson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Anderson, East Main street, returned Monday night from an extended trip through the west. In California he visited several friends and at Portland, Ore., a number of relatives including his aunt, Mrs. James Alderson. RAY BOBBINS IS NEW PRESIDENT Board of Education Holds Organization Meet at High School. CLEAR LAKE -- Ray Bobbins was chosen president of the board of education of Clear Lake at the organization meeting held in the office of Supt. C. A. Pease Monday evening. Harry Freeman took the oath of office as new member ol the board. Other members are E C. Myhr, retiring president, Petei Anderson and John Bohning. Sam Kennedy was retiring member of the board. The board set the dates foi spring vacation from March 2G until Monday, April 5. No schoo will be. held this week Friday because of the convention o£ the North Central Teachers association at Mason City March 18 to 20 Preceding the board meeting Miss Ailccn Witmer, home economics instructor, and a group o her students served a fine G:3( dinner to both old and new members of the school board and theii wives. Superintendent and Mrs. Pease and Miss Catharync Chambers, high school principal, were also guests. Home Project Class to Meet at City Hal CLEAR LAKE--A home project meeting for school district No. 5 of Grant township will be held at the city hall Friday March 13, beginning at 10 a. m Mrs. Elton Hilts will lead and lessons one and two will be given Each woman is to bring a coverec dish for the luncheon which wil be served at noon. Mrs. Hilts expresses the hope that every woman in the districU.will attend i possible. U. I. U. Alumni Plan Fellowship Dinne CLEAR LAKE--Upper Io\w University alumni students am friends ot th"e college will gathe at Mason City Y. M. C. A. Thurs day evening at 5:30 o'clock for : fellowship dinner. Mrs. Oglesby will serve the dinner and F. P Walker of Clear Lake is in ehargi o£ arrangements. FAMILIES MEET IN CELEBRATION i Wedding Anniversaries, Birthday Observed on Sunday. CLEAR LAKE--Throe wedding .nnivcrsaries and a birthday were elebraled at the home of Mr. and drs. Fred Kimball Sunday with an ilaborate dinner at noon and a luffet luncheon at S o'clock. Those lonorcd were Mr. and Mrs. Kim- Mil, who celebrated their forty- ourth wedding anniversary, Mr. md Mrs. "W. J. Leonard, Ventura, vho celebrated the forty-third anniversary of their marriage, Mrs. Smma Kimball, who was celebrating the fiftieth return of her narriage date and Ed Secory who added another year to his age. A pink and white color scheme vas carried out in the table decorations and menu with a bouquet Jracing the table which was cen- ered with a three-tier wedding cake presented by Mrs. Leonard -\nd decorated in pink and white. Table linen used was a gift to Mrs. l.eonard from her nephew, Frank Perry, Houston, Texas. China belonging to Mrs. Fred Kimball and presented to her more than 10 years ago by her mother, Mrs. R. J. Lambert, was used to set the table. , The affair, which was planned by Mrs. Leonard and Mrs. Secory, was carried out as a surprise on the Kimball families. Besides those named, guests were the families o£ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kimball and of Mr. and Mrs. Secory and Mrs. Ida Becker, sister of Mrs. Emma Kimball. Friends, Neighbors Help H. Peterson to Celebrate Birthday CLEAR LAKE--Harvey Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Peterson of Grant township, was given a surprise pnrly at I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening when 170 friends and relatives gathered there to celebrate his twenty- first birthday. The party was planned by his grandmother, Mrs. H. C. Peterson, and his aunt, Mis? Sophia Nelson. Cards and dancing were the diversion with the Myhre and Mitchell orchestra furnishing the music. A long table centered with a birthday cake and decorated with pink and white tapers was set for the special guesfs and others were served from smaller tables. Besides the relatives and neighbors living close to Clear Lake persons were present from Waterloo, Forest City, Carpenter and Swaledale. During the evening C. M. Hennis, on behalf of the'guests, presented to Mr. Peterson a purse of money as a remembrance of the occasion. * * · PROGRESS CLUB STUDIES MUSSOLINI Mrs. L. E. Ashland entertainer! members of the Progress club Monday afternoon with Mrs. Mary Bowman leading the lesson on Mussolini. Mrs. Bowman told many interesting facts about the life of this Italian leader. Mrs. M. \V. Stephenson, a member residing in Mason City, was present and invited the club to be her guests on April 5. Mrs. C. F. Crane will be hostess to the club next Monday. Mitchell Electric Co. 118 N. 4th St., Clear Lake ELECTRIC WIRING and RADIO REPAIRING Phones 53-475 C. H. Plattenburgs Plan Speaking Tour CLEAR LAKE--Friends have received a message from Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Plattenburg who have been spending the winter with their daughter in Hollywood, Cal., that they plan to leave there March 18 and go to Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Plattenburg has been engaged to talk for the Great Lakes exposition to service clubs and schools during the. next two months. His territory includes Ohio, Michigan and Ontario. The Plattenburgs expect to arrive in Clear Lake June 1 for the remainder of the summer. Diamond Bros. SPECIALS WEDNESDAY FRESH GROUND BEEF ft Pounds FRESH VEAL STEW Pound GINGERSNAPS Pound's 2Sc BARTLETT PEARS No. 10 Can OREGON P R U N E S No. 10 Can Wisconsin White POTATOES, Per Peck To Give Safety Talk, CLEAR LAKE--F. W. Vorhies, chairman ol the membership drive for the Cerro Gordo Safety council, will speak on his work at a luncheon meeting of the Lions club Wednesday noon at the Legion clubrooms, T E A C H E R S EASTER IS MARCH 28 Go through your wardrobe--have your Spring Suits . . . Coats . . . Dresses made ready by our QUALITY CLEANING. 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