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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 17, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, .MARCH 17 · 1937 ELEVEN TO PLAN IOWA COG PROGRAM Kraschel. to Confer With National Park Board Representatives. DES MOINES, (/P)--Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel will meet national park, board, representatives from Omaha Thursday to outline a Civilian Conservation Corps camp sprogram for Iowa for the next two years. The governor expects to come out of. the conference with a fixed amount to be requested of the legislature for use in sponsoring the the camps come from the federal government. In 1935 and 1336, $250,000 a year was set aside from the sales lax for the CCC camps. The state's money is used in buying sites for the camps, pur- chnsing equipment and material, and for personnel. Wages of the enrollees and expense of operating the camps from the federal government. "Each camp is a 5200,000 a year enterprise," Gov. Kraschel said. The governor expects a long range program of upland game propagation, reforestation and soil conservation to grow out of the camps. Plane Flight in Red Underwear Promised J u n i o r Chamberites BURLINGTON, (/P)--Two Burlington Junior Chamber of Commerce members scanned almanacs and sought the opinion of experts as to weather conditions in Council Bluffs April 24. If Burlington's Junior Chamber has 20 or more delegates at the state convention in Council Bluffs April 23 and 24, National Director Byron B. Jeffrey, of this city, will ride over the Missouri river city in a plane--while clad only in red underwear. And if there are less than 20 delegates, the same trip, in the same red flannel underwear, will be made by E. E. Fimmen, a director of the Burlington chapter. Permission of Kenneth Goodrich, Boone, state president, has obtained for the stunt and the time has been set for 2 p. m. Saturday April 24. Fimmen is chairman o£ the local Junior chamber attendance and transportation committee for the convention. The quickest way to end a strike is to write something about it for publication next week.--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. Cnmplclinr . TWO-THIRDS of » CENXcntT or aralnt-iiiainiractiirlrie, tUe Minnesota I.inseed Oil taint- Co, has made -paint history! Anil NOW, throuyh the co-npcratlon of lIUs outstanding concern, here's a -sale that will make history, too. Unprecedented VALUES! Quality for which "Minnesota" 1'aint Products are Justly famous! 67th ANNIVERSARY Minnesota, PAINT "SALE Starts Monday March 22 at 8 a. m. 20% to 30% Reductions BUY PAINT FROM OUR PAINT STORE PAINTS WAIIPA.PER Spp.- 1 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 TO SHOW COPIES OF OLD MASTERS 27 Life Size Stereopticon Views Used With Lecture. CLEAR LAKE---Life size stere- optieon pictures in colors will be used by the Rev. D. L. Kratz, pastor oE the Clear Lake and Mason City Churches of Christ, in a lecture, "The Story of Jesus as Told by Ihe Great Artists" which will be given at the high school auditorium Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The 27 pictures used will all be copies of paintings by world famous artists and will include such well known subjects as "The Arrival of the Shepherds" by Lerollc, "Christ and the Fishermen" by Zimmerman, "The Descent From the Cross" by Rubens and "Easter Morn" by Core. Other episodes in the nativity, ministry, sufferings, death and resurrection will also be shown. The meeting will open with an inspirational community sing directed by Mrs. R. E. Prusia of Mason City. Words of songs will be thrown on the screen. The Rev. Homer E. Blough of the local Congregational church will lead devotions and Miss Zilphy Long will give a whistling solo. The Rev. ,1. Lee Lewis of the First Baptist church of Mason City will give an address, "Your Life as a Picture of Jesus." The entertainment will be sponsored by the Clear Lake church of Christ and' is without admission charge. A free-will offering will be taken to defray expenses. The Rev. Mr. Kratz is president of the Cerro Gordo county Council of Religious Education and director ol the Sunday school broadcasts over KGLO Sunday morning. Clear Lake Calendar Wedncsdaj--Pilgrim group No. 5, Congregational aid, Mrs. A. B. Phillips, South Fourth street, 6:30 p. m. Eastern Star lodge, Masonic temple, G:30 p. m. Thursday--Pythian Sisters, I. O. O. F. hall, G:30 p. m. Rotary .club, I. O. O. F. hall, 12:15 p. m. Sorosis club. Mrs. S. C. Schumacher, 321 North Second street, 2:30 p. m. St., Margaret's Gui.ld, Mrs. George Bennett, 800 South Third street, 2 p. m. Twentieth Century club, Mrs. H, H. Crane, 221 North Second street, 3 p. m. ' Dorcas circle, Zion. Lutheran aid, Mrs. Carl Clmstenson, Priscilla circle, Zion Lutheran aid, Mrs. Carl Ashland. Cerro Gordo Rural W. C. T. U., Mrs. Lawrence Lee, afternoon. Commercial Club, City hall, G:30 p. m. Royal club, Mrs. Roy French, 200 East Division street. Home Hygiene class, junior high school, 7:30 p. in. Supt. R. B. Irons to Address Lake P. T. A. CLEAR LAKE--Supt. R. B. Irons, Mason City, will talk to P. T. A. members at the meeting to be held March 24 on the subject "Why Some Bright Children Fail." A stunt night program will be put on by a committee consisting of B. B. Bailey, R. B. Kennedy, Mahlon Ilintzman, Dale Harman and Harolu Cone. Clear Lake Iowa PHONE 334 '210 West Main Street I Wish to Announce the Opening of My New Modern Beauty Shop Located One-Half Block East of My Present Location on FRIDAY, MARCH 19th ind Exicnd a Cordial Invitation to (lie Public to Attend Open House From 8:30 a. m. to 9 p. m. GIFTS FOR THE LADIES Be Sure and Register--It May Be Worih Your While! INTRODUCTORY OFFER FOR 30 DAYS Your Hair Must Be Perfectly Groomed to Complete Your Beauty This Spring! Let Us Assist You With These Unheard of Prices P E R M A W E N T S 5 1N GROUPS OF XT Ki ««. I*» f* r»J A CT M. 9 FOUR OR MORE .......... $2.50 " ......... $1.95 5G.50 Oil £.| r A Wave tJJt.DU $5.00 Realistic . . . . $3.50 ·$1.95 Wave, $1.0Q! PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR THESE PRICES UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY NUMBER STATED FOR 30 DAYS ONLY. SHAMPOO. FINGERWAVE, n r NECK CLIP, ARCH OR MANICURE / D C SHAMPOO, C A FINCiERWAVE, Js'ECK CLIP 3UC Treat Your Complexion to a Facial--Erase the Marks of Wind and Dry'Itidoor Air. We Have a Full Line of Cosmetics for All Types of Skin and Skin Ailments. QUALITY AND SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO WITH EFFICIENT OPERATORS TO SERVE YOU! ALL WORK GUARANTEED v BEATRICE 0 DOTY MABLE LUICK CAROL BELI, Manager and Operator John Ross Winnie to Talk at Teachers' Convention Presented "Strange Soil" Recently as Premier Radio Drama. , CLEAR LAKE -- John Ross Winnie, graduate student in the department of speech and dramatics o£ the University o£ Iowa, will be guest speaker at the speech section o£ the North Central Teachers' association meeting at Mason City March 19. Mr. Winnie is director o£ radio dramatics in station WSUI o£ the University o£ Iowa at Iowa City and is doing research in the field o£ radio drama and advertising. Mr. Winnie recently presented "Strange Soil" at Iowa City in a premier of regional radio drama which brought forth' much favorable comment from drama critics. The play was written by Mr. Winnie with the setting in northern* Iowa among plain dirt farmers" of various nationalities. A cast of 10 produced the play which Mr. Winnie directed. The regional drama is a new type o£ play which depicts the people o£ a particular region at some stage of their development. Mr. Winnie is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. E. W. AVinnie, 403 Henry street, and was graduated with a B. A. degree from Cornell college last year. He is now-working toward his M. A. degree at the university. He plans to spend the spring vacation in Chicago where he will do radio research work in the radio stations of that city. Mr. Winnie acted as life guard for Clear Lake during the past season and held a Red Cross school of swimming instruction which was well attended and very popular JOHN ROSS WINNIE TO REVIEW BOOK Membership Drive Planned for Civic League in April. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. G E Punkc will give a book review and Mrs. Arleigh Eddy will sing a group of numbers at the April meeting of the Civic league to be held at the city hall April 6 with the membership committee in charge. Mrs. Sarn Kennedy, chairman nf the membership committee announces that at this meeting all prospective members of the league -are invited to attend this meeting which will open with a 1 o'clock plate luncheon. A membership drive will be put on at the meet'ng and as many as possible will pay their dues that day and receive; membership cards. Any woman in Clear Lake interested in civic improvement and a highland better Clear Lake is eligible for membership. Clear Lake Briefs Bush's ginger creams 25c. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McGram spent the week-end in Waterloo with friends. Call 541-W for free estimates on cement work. Ed Ebaugh Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benson are staying at the Rogers hotel a few weeks before opening their home They recently returned from several weeks' slay in Excelsior Springs, Mo. For Sale: Ice box, Ras stove, bed, also new rag rugs. Ph. 329. Verity lodge No. 250 A. F. and A. M. will confer two first degrees at a special meeting at Masonic temple Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Light" will be served. refreshments New line of spring suits anil top coafs. Wm. Alter, 123 N. Fed The Rev. G. L. Morgan, Windom, Minn., will preach at the Gospel tabernacle Sunday morning at 1) o'clock and in the evening at 7:30 o'clock. Modern furnished adults. 509 S. 3rd St. apartment, Mrs. I. S. Snodgrass and Mrs. W. W. Fox plan to attend a Townsend club convention at New Hampton Saturday. New Spring Suits and Topcoats are ready. Open a budget charge account. No extra charge. Abel Son, Inc.. Mason City. IMiss Virginia Wooldriclgc, .Tcf- -ferson . street, returned to Iowa City Wednesday morning for further treatment and change of cast at the University hospital there. Her brother, Floyd Wooidridgc, who has been home for two weeks now, will return at a later date. Both are getting along very well and hope to be able to be about soon. Mrs. Dora. Hanson, 205 Oak street, was taken sick suddenly Monday night and is still quite ill. Henry Nea], South F o u r t h street, plans to go to Oakdale Thursday for an indefinite stay. To Make Summer Plans. CLEAR LAKE--The Commercial club will make plans for the summer and discuss means of financing its seasonal program at a dinner meeting at the city hall Thursday evening. A musical program will be given during the dinner hour. Important announcements will be made. CHOIR PREPARES SACRED NUMBER Story of First Eastertide Revealed; Harold Payne Directs. CLEAR LAKE--"Love Triumphant," a sacred cantata which tells the story of the first Eastertide, will be presented Sunday evening at the Methodist church by the church choir directed by Harold Payne, The story is adapted from "Tor," a Steer Boy of Jerusalem" written by Florence Morse Kingsley and the presentation will be accompanied by musical illustrations by various composers. Miss Sunne Hem will read selections from "Tor" and musical numbers will be Interspersed. The musical selections in order are: "Not a Sparrow Falleth" by W. S. Passmore, sung by Miss Clara Metcalf, soprano. Miss Amy Slcf- fin, alto, Fred Martin, tenor and Ronald JUiwson, bass; "Blessed Are the Pure in Heart" by I. H. Meredith by a chorus choir; "Hosanna" by Fred W. Peace by chorus choir; "We Would See Jesus" by A. B. Werner by the men's chorus; "Love that Passeth Understanding" by Flora Kirkland, sung as a duet by Miss Metcalf and Mr Martin; "O Calvary" by Minnie A. Edingkm by the chorus choir; "He Did Not Die in Vain" by Mrs Frank A. Break, sung as a duel by Miss Adeline Sutcliffc and Robert Brose; and "Hallelujah" by Fred W. Peace by the chorus choir. , Mrs. Harry Mason will preside at the jjipeorgan. MISS CHAMBERS TALKS TO Hi-TRI Mason City Women Explain Hobby Show Entry Methods. CLEAR LAKE --Miss Lottie Swearingcn, Girl Reserve secretary at Mason City, talked to Hi- Tri girls at the high school Tuesday afternoon about the hobby show soon to be held in Mason City and told how Clear Lake girls might have a part in it. Miss Marjorie Brown, also of Mason City, showed her collection o[ bows and arrows, which is her hobby. Miss Calharync Chambers, high school principal, gave the girls a number of very fine points with regard to the development ot personality and its value. The girls have decided to give a Japanese garden party on April 10 and have already begun preparations for this important event. « * ·» CIRCLE USES ST. PATRICK'S THEME A St. Patrick's theme was carried out in a series of contests and in the luncheon menu of circle No. 5 of the Methodist aid which met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William J. Kruggel, East Main street, with 25 in attendance. Mrs. Roscoe Miller and Mrs. Gus Heinrichs assisted Mrs. Kruggel in serving. The next meeting will be a pot luck guest luncheon at the church on April. 20. a # * MRS. T. L. KING ENTERTAIIS'S PKISCILLAS Mrs. T. L. members of King entertained the Priscilln club Tuesday at her home on East Main street. A question box was featured and the remainder of the time spent in sewing and visiting. Refreshments were served at the close. * « * MR., i\IRS. MARVIN R. WINNIE HONORED AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Marvin R. Winnie were honored at a dinner given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley of Britt Sunday. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Isaacs, Des Moines; Carl and Arthur Emmons and Sam Emerson, Emmons, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rasmussen, Forest City. Mrs. Winnie, who is a niece of Mrs. Braley, was Miss Barbara Isaacs before her marriage last September. The young couple was presented a money fiift by those present. 10 ENTERTAINED AT CHILD'S PARTY Mr., Mrs. Ray Dodge Give Birthday Fete for Daughter. CLEAR LAKE--Miss Dorothy Rae Dcidge entertained 10 of her little girl friends at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dodge, 704 West Jefferson street. Tuesday evening from 4 u n t i l G o'clock in honor of her tenth birthday which occurred Wednesday. Guests were Doris Eriekson. Birdnll Kruelc, Hope Hollister, Norma Jean Myhr, Wilma Dunsmoor. Janice Miller, Isabel Hanson, Yvonne Olson and Jean Conklin. Games were played and a two course dinner served at 6 o'clock. The table was decorated in green and yellow and centered with a beautiful birthday cake. Favors were pretty glass novelty pincushions. Dorothy Rae received a number of very nice gifts for her birthday. * * « TOWNSEND CLUB ELECTS DELEGATES Townsend club met Tuesday evening at the home o£ Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fox with 20 members present. Mrs. I. S. Snodgrass gave a report of the meeting held at the Y. M. C. A. in Mason City Sunday at which Lloyd Smith of Des Moines spoke. Mrs. Snodgrass and Mrs. Fox were elected delegates to a convention at New Hampton Saturday. A program of St. Patrick's readings was given and fresh fruit served for refreshments. The next meeting will also be at the Fox; home March 30. : * ft MRS. A. A. JOSLYN ENTERTAINS AID GROUP Mrs. A. A. Joslyn entertained group No. 2 of the Congregational aid at a dessert luncheon at her home Tuesday afternoon with 17 present. St. Patrick's green was used in the table decorations and menu. Work was begun on a quilt to be i pieced by the group and plans laid for f u t u r e activities. Mrs. Clark Branson will entertain at a picnic supper at the April meeting with Mrs. ,T. F. Palmeter and Mrs. Joslyn in charge of: arrangements. * * * ENTRES NOUS CLUB OFFICERS NAMED Officers chosen for the Entre Nous, a new club formed by a group of freshman girls are Katheryn Kennedy, president; Jean Sitser, vice president; Betty Peterson, secretary-treasurer and Maxinc Axelson and Betty Patter^ son, press correspondents. Meetings ire held twice a month at the homes of. the various members. * * * MRS. HAROLD THOMPSON LEADS V, E. O. LESSON Mrs. J. C. Davenport was hostess to P. E. O. chapter Tuesday evening with Mrs. Harold Thompson leading the lesson. Mrs. A. H. Runcie will be hostess March 30. U. S. Junior Chamber Head Will Speak at Convention m Iowa COUNCIL BLUFFS--Walter E. Holman, Portland, Ore., president of (he United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, will be special guest of honor and headline speaker at the 1937 Iowa state Junior Chamber of Commerce convention here on April 23 and 24. Mr. Hotman heads an organization of young business and professional men with 340 affiliated chapters in forty-one states, representing approximately 60,000 individual members. He was selected recently as one of the 12 most outstanding young businessmen in the United States for 1937. Mr. Holman was the first presi- dent of the Portland Junior ChanriT ber of Commerce. He served for several years as director and later as vice president of the national organization before being elevated to the presidency at Memphis, Tenn., in June of 1936, succeeding Allen Whitfield of Des Moines. Interest is increasing daily in the Council Bluffs convention, according to information gathered by Kenneth Goodrich, Boone, state president. Attendance is expected to exceed that of 442 set at Davenport last year. Visitor From California. K E N S E T t--Gerhard Colby, who enlisted in the navy last summer and is stationed at Sa'n Diego, Cal., arrived home Sunday for a 10 days' visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Colby. Nebraska Assembly Rejects Move for Free Bridge Parley LINCOLN, (XI 1 )--The Nebraska legislature rejected Wednesday a resolution calling for appointment of a committee of four to confer with similar committees from Iowa and South Dakota relative to a free bridge policy along the Missouri river. The vote was 22 to 12. The resolution would have authorized appointment of a member of the highway department and three members of the legislature on the conference committee. Senators said South Dakota already have called their committees set up. England's September trade figures were the best since 1H30. Mrs. Charles Luick Announces Opening in New Location CLEAR LAKE -- The "Beauty Nook" will open in a new location on West Main street Friday morning according to an announcement by Mrs. Charles Luick, proprietor. Mrs. Luick will hold open house from 8:30 a. m. u n t i l 9:30 a. m. and present favors to all women attending. Mrs. Luick, who is n graduate of Pitze's School of Beauty Culture at Waterloo and has operated her shop six years, will be assisted by Mrs. Beatrice Doly, graduate of Thompson's school at Des Moines, and by Miss Carol Bell, also a Pil?.e graduate. The Roy Dobba building in which the shop is housed has been extensively remodeled and redecorated. New linoleum and wall paper in a black and white modernistic design with a dash of red, white Venetian blinds, new light fixtures, white woodwork and ceiling are noted. The same color scheme is carried out in the waiting room and booth furniture and fixtures. A modernistic appointment desk, a cosmetic bar and a display cabinet furnish the wailing room; three booths fitted with dresser- eltes, revolving chair and circular mirrors and a double shampoo booth are built in on the west side of the building. On the cast are found a wrap cabinet, drying booth with Turbinator and Eugene driers and manicure tables, permanent wave and facial booths and b u i l t in supply cabinets. The present Beauty Nook quarters will close for redecorating after which they will open --'"- - - - · charge. with an operator in Larry Young Buys Govig Grocery Store CLEAR LAKE -- Larry Young has purchased the Govig grocery on North Second street and took possession Tuesday. Mr. Young operate the states (hat he will store himself and will be assisted by Norman Scoficld, who has been clerk there for some time. The Youngs will continue to live in Mason City u n t i l the close of the school year when they expect to take up residence in Clear Lake. IT'S TIME FOR . . . 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