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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, May 4, 1934
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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY '4 1934 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W BRASS SEXTET PLACES FIRST Orchestra and Band Playing Friday and Saturday. CLEAR LAKE, May 4.--The Clear Lake brass sextet in the chamber group of brass instruments was given a superior rating at the. state music festival at Iowa City Thursday afternoon, Mason City and Odebolt .also received superior ranking in this section. The local group consists of Milo Knutson, Clayton Pittman, Neva Harding, Gladys Lomen, Elizabeth Hughes and Clifford Vik..They have been directed by John Kopecky of the local high school music staff. The orchestra and band students left early this morning for the site of the meet. The 50 piece orchestra is scheduled to play at 2 o'clock this afternoon and the band Saturday morning, Henry Volstad and Welcome Hollister left at 3 o'clock this morning on the city truck which carried the larger Instruments. About 20 cars of parents and businessmen were put in use for the ,.two days furnishing transportation for the troupe.' · About 20 boosters of the band sent telegrams to the musicians before their apeparance this afternoon. No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 JEAN MUIR AT PARK Mother-Daughter Fete Held by Rural Club mother-daughter banquet at the Mrs. Robert Furlelgb. home Wednesday evening at' which about 50 per sons were entertained. Mrs. C. H. Platenburg- gave the address on "Indian Missions in the United States." Marguerite Kennedy gave a musical selection and Harriet Doyle gave a reading. Mrs. E. A. Copley gave a paper on "Youth." The meeting was closed with a prayer by Mrs. E. E. Studyvin. Evangelistic Session Planned at M.E. Church CLEAR LAKE, May 4 A special service i« planned at the Methodist church Friday night with an evangelistic address by the Rev. Dr. J. W. Mahood who has been conducting meetings at the church nightly during the past week. A choir of from 30 to 35 voices sings nightly and smaller vocal groups will entertain tonight with W. D. Pardun as director. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS NITE CLUB LOCATED ON HIGHWAY JS-EAST SIDE OF CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Try our complete Laundry Service. Neal the Cleaner. Phone 312. The G. L. Patterson family have moved into the Albert Knop house on South Elm street, formerly known as the Boggs house. Mrs. Mattie Colburn plans to leave this week-end for Chicago, ·where she will visit several weeks with her daughter, Miss Esther Colburn. Send. your Rugs, Drapes, Curtains to' Neal the Cleaner. Phone 312. The Rev. Milne and Harry D. Mason gave a report of the district Botary convention at Dubuque Monday and Tuesday at the Thursday noon Rotary club-meeting, at the I. 0. O. V'. hall. A, H. Runcie, risitinrR 01 * 11811 o£ the ' 1£ * aon *? yBush's Fastry Shop Cookies spe- _; for Sat. lOc doz. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carroll plan to leave Saturday night for Ames, where they will visit with Mrs. Carroll's relatives, over Sunday. They will go to Des Moines Monday to attend the state Young Democrats convention. A delegation from the local club plans to attend. For Ideal American Laundry, Marshall-Swift Cleaning Service Ph. 444, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Adams, Mason City, .are the parents of a daughter weighing 7 pounds and 2 ounces, who was born at the Mercy hospital at 2:30 o'clock Thursday morning. The child has not yet been named. Mrs. Adams was formerly Helen Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Nelson. John Smith, Jefferson street, has accepted a position as manager of the new Diamond grocery in Clear Lake. Special Sunday dinner: Fried CLEAR LAKE, May 4.--A sincere and realistic picture of farm life in the New England colony is portrayed in the production, "As the Earth Turns" which will be played Saturday and Sunday at the Park theater. Based on the novel by Gladys Hasty Carroll, it Is said by critics to have caught the exact spirit of the book. The most promising of actors are In the cast, Jean Mulr of the late New York stage, and Donald Woods, a stage star, who make* his bow in pictures In the role of leading man. This Is one of the latest releases to be shown at the local theater. . . fresh "pike, fried Watkins Cafe. Charles Woodward, Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Wright,. Mrs. Mary Bowman, Miss Katharine Davis, Miss Violet Eastman, Miss Evelyn Higley, Ven- spring chicken. Joe Johnson has returned to his home here on South Winnie street after a few weeks' business trip in Chicago and St. Louis. Miss Margaret Sheridan entertained members of the club at her home east of Clear Lake Thursday Sig Speratti, Albert Lea, Minn., is visiting at the home of his sister Mrs. Homer Briar. The Rev. S. M. Stenby plans to spend the week-end at Grinnell, where he will conduct church serv- 10 Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kime of Linby have rented the Gregory Linden house on Jefferson street. Mr. Kime, who recently disposed of his general .merchandise store at Linby, is a brother-in-law of Rob Roy Cerney, Mason City attorney. Mrs. Drew Hostess to St. Margaret's Guild CLEAR LAKE, May 4.--Mrs. W. A. Drew entertained members of the St. Margaret's guild of the St. John's Episcopal church at a May luncheon at her home Thursday afternoon. The afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. John Cole. North Second street, will be hostess to the group on May 17. Mother's Day Stamp Is on Sale at Fostoffice CLEAR LAKE, May 4--The special mothers' day stamp is being is- eued at the local postoffice. This stamp of three cent denomination haa been issued in commemoration of the national observance of Mothers; day which falls on May 13 this year. Lakers to Go to Wedding of Collegian Reception in Memorial Union Planned After Ceremony. CLEAR LAKE, May 4.--A large number of Clear Lake friends will attend the weddln B ,o£Miss Frances Putnam, daughter oTMrs. Lehme Putnam,' deaf "take, to RlcHard'E. Davison of Clarindac The ceremony will he performed at high noon at the College Presbyterian church at Ames, Saturday, by the. Rev. W. B. Milne, pastor of the Congregational church here. Miss Marcia Hickok of Clear Lake will he the bride's attendant and a college friend will serve as best man for the. bridegroom. Following the exchange of vows a reception will be held at the Memorial union for the couple. Miss Putnam has. attended school at Iowa State college but is now visiting her mother in Clear Lake. She was honored at a surprise party Thursday night at the M.iss Violet Eastman home which included a group of her former high school friends. The evening was spent it playing cards and a mock wedding was held. She will accompany friends to Ames Saturday for the wedding. Local persons who will attend include the" bride's mother, grandmother, Mrs. J. N. Strode, the Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Milne, Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hickok, Marcia Hickok, Mrs. FOLKS MOVE IN LAKE COTTAGES Opening of Fish Season Attracts Early Spring Settlers. CLEAR LAKE, May 4.--A large number of families have moved into the Clear Lake cottages this past week in preparation for the opening of the fishing season, May 15. Mrs. H. E." MboreTot, Boone hag- spent several days in Clear Lake this week .doing' spring cleaning in her cottage on the south shore. The Moore family will live in the cottage for part of the season. R." Gillam' of Mason City is living in his cottage on the south shore. Mrs. B. E. Larson of Mason City and family have moved into the Mrs. Ethel Weed house on South Second street. Eddie Dusold of Mason City is also living with them during the summer months. Move to Camp Grounds. Everett Miller has moved into the Pahus cottage on the Camp Grounds for the season, Miss Myrtle Neidert, Mason City, is living in a cottage on 404 North First street for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bailey plan to move into their cottage on South North street for the summer soon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Pfalzgraff of St. Ansgar have moved into their cottage on West North street for the season. Mr. Pfalzgraff is tura. Jack Crawford Band · Is Highly Praised CLEAR LAKE, May 4.--Smooth and sweet music, produced from the wielding of the baton of Jack Crawford, heavyweight conductor, won the applause and approval of a large crowd of dancers at the surf ballroom Thursday night. While directing his band Mr. Crawford played clarinet, violin and sax, at various times, all of which showed he was a master of music. His interpretation of various prominent orchestra leaders was a feature of his program. Wit Thoma and his Princetonians are booked for the Saturday night dance at the Surf. C. J. Fox, manager of the ballroom, announces that the dance hall will be open nightly for the public to use the booths and dance to mechanical music. Dances wiU. continue to be held on Thursdays and Saturdays at present. THEATER Clear Lake Friday--lOc and Tax T!m McCoy "WHIRLWIND" Saturday--Sunday "AS THE EARTH TURNS" Mason City Groups To Be Guests of Zion Luther League Sunday CLEAR LAKE, May 4.--A special program has been arranged for the Zion Luther league Sunday night Two groups from Mason City will be present. The junior choir from Our Savior's Lutheran church will sing several numbers and members of Central Lutheran league and their pastor, the Rev. Walter Kampen,, will have part in the program. The Rev. Mr. Kampen will be the speaker of the evening. He is a graduate of St. Olaf colege, Northfield, Minn., and the Northwest Seminary, Minneapolis. The program .will .begin at 7:30. teacher in the St. Ansgar high school. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Maudsley and family, Mason City, have rented the De-Light cottage on the north shore ·for the season. They will take possession in several weeks. Mr. Maudsley is chief clerk at the Peoples' Gas and Electric company. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gasswint of Mason City have built a new cottage on the north shore and plan to take possession soon. Mr. Gasswint is manager of the Mason City Tent and Awning company. ' Mr. and Mral Julius Estess, Mason City, have taken possession of the Oakcliffe cottage on the north shore for the season. Mr. Estess is manager of. the Palais Royal. From Mason City. The Fred S. Kidder family which has spent its summers in Clear Lake for many years, have moved in its cottage, Family's Rest, on Glen Cove Drive. Mr. and Mrs. George Marines and family, Mason City, are living in their cottage on the south shore which they purchased. W. R. McGregor. Des Moines. recently purchased the Swift cottage .on the south shore near the state park. He plans to make this his home this summer. A group of Iowa City university faculty men and their families have made arrangement through Frank Young to spend their vacations in Clear Lake. Dr., Craven will have possession of Long Beach : Manor cottage on the south shore in June. Dr. Alcott and family in July and August. Fred Pownall of Iowa City will reside in the Elmhult cottage near there during July and August. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phalen of Mason City plan "to move into the Don McPeak cottage on the north shore in the near future for the season. ADDITIONAL CLEAR LAKE ON PAGE 11 AT THE BOULEVARD YOU MAY ENJOY A BOTTLE OF Beer The appetizing goodness of Country Club Beer is the result of quality ingredients. 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When you stop to consider the matter from every angle, you'll understand why the entire gas industry recommends this exceptional refrigerator. You'll know why thousands of housewives throughout the land are enthusiastic about this new kind of refrigeration service. You'll recognize Electrolux as the refrigerator for you. !KJH3S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMBWY THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF SATISFIED ELECTROLUX USERS -- STOP IN -- SEE THE NEW MODELS TOMORROW

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