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April 28, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 28 1936 CLEANUP DRIVE ISMAY4T09 Additional Plans for Loca Campaign Announced by Davison. Arrangement of additional details in connection with the clean up paint up and fix up campaign May 4 to 9, sponsored by the Junior Division of the Chamber of Commerce were announced Tuesday by Chairman Bob Davison. Full information on the campaign, together with help and advice and display adver- Using on the subjects, will be published in five pages of the Globe- Gazette next week. The tin can show, to which boys and girls will be admitted for bringing 15 tin cans, will be held Tuesday afternoon, May 5, from 3 to 5 o'clock at the Strand theater. Posters calling attention to observance will be placed on safety boards and banners will be put on street cars and on a fire truck driven through the streets at the noon -hours. Letters will be sent to all residents by the Iowa Employment service and Junior Chamber, calling attention to the fact that help for cleaning up yards, hauling of rubbish and other work is available by contacting the employment office. Schools are also co-operating in the 'campaign. Philip Hardinger, 88, Dies at LO.O.F. Home Philip Hardinger, 88, died at the I. 0. O. F. home Monday evening following an illness. He had been a resident of the home since July 11, ] 930, when he came here from Garrison. " Mr. Hardinger wag born Oct. 21, 1847, in Ohio. He is survived by. one son, C. C. Hardinger, Waterloo. Funeral services will be held at the I. O. O. F. home Wednesday. Burial will be at Garrison. The body was taken to the Patterson funeral home. Missionary to Speak. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Carl B. Wahl, missionary in China for 25 years, will speak at the Evangelical churcn Thursday, afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Wahl is a sister-in-law of Mrs. J. M. Krafft, She will return to her work in China this fall PARK THEATRE TONIGHT and WEDNESDAY "The Gallant Lady" With. Ann Harding, Clive Brook, Otto Kruger. lOc and 16c. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 ALL TEACHERS SIGN CONTRACTS One Vacancy to Be Fillec in Grades of Main Building. CLEAR LAKE--All faculty mem bers of the Clear Lake schools lave been engaged for anothe year's teaching in the local publii schools. Contracts were returned ti Supt. C. A. Pease on Friday. There'is one vacancy in the firs grade of the Main building. mad y Miss Ethel Olson, who did no wish to return. Faculty members of the high school include: C. A. Pease, super- ntendent; Mahlon Hintzman, in dustrial arts; Chris Johnston, ath etic coach: Dale Harmon, assistan coach: Hugh Stickler, science lazel Muldown, commercial; all o Clear Lake. Catharyne Chambers, principal Vest Union; Aileen Witmer, Colins; Myrtle Oulnran, Mason City ;uth B. Skrable, Elberon; Clara WetcaK, Sioux City; Edna Mae Hadley, Ackley; Dora Nykvist Cedar Falls; Angeline Roorda, Pel a, and John Kopecky, Mason City Other teachers at the Main build ng include: Miss Elma Brose. prin cipal, Clear Lake; Grace Anderson Thompson; Grace Fleming, Cedar rails; Mayme Christ, Cresco; Dorohea Woodrow, Altoona; 'Alma tlary Kroll, Aurelia; Dorothy Howe Spencer.; Fae Francis, Storm Lake Amy Steffin, Waukon. Teachers rehired in the Lincoln school are: Mrs. Mable Newcomer jrincipal, Clear Lake; Audrey An derson, Alta; Bernice Tutton, But falo Center; Genevieve Milburn Stratford; Edith Okerberg, Mara thon; Dorothy Hardin, Thompson Tlorence Walberg, Minneapolis. Children's Program Is Planned for Rebekah; CLEAR LAKE--The Tina Rebek- h. lodge convenes Tuesday at 7:30 'clock at the I. O. O. F. hall. Chil- ren of members will be guests and resent the program, after which efreshments will be served. Mrs. d Davis, Mrs. Earl Lambert ami tfrs, John Eliasen are in charge of he program. A WEEK BUYS THIS High Quality PHILCO Limited Time Offer $105.00 26,00 Regular Price . Trade-in Allowance YOU PAY ONLY ... 79 .00 No Money Down 9 You've been wonting o better ro- . dio. Here's a Philco that's a distinct improvement over anything else you can buy at anywhere near the price. This startling offer, for one week only, enables you to own this quality Philco, at a substantial saving. Included in Sale--the sensational new Philco All-Wave aerial. Another outstanding value is Philco Model 620-F, at $49.50. Better hurry! Neva McGowan Bride of Arthur Armsbury in East Former Lake Couple to Live in Jersey City, Where Ceremony Was Held. CLEAR LAKE -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGowan, East Main street, announce the marriage of their daughter, Neva, to Arthur Dale Armsbury, of Jersey City, N. .J.. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomsen of Oakwood Park, Clear Lake. The bride left here 10 days ago for the wedding which took place Saturday at Jersey City. She wore a brown suit with white accessories. She was graduated from the Clear Lake high school in 1931, attended Mason City Junior college and since then has resided, with her parents here. Mr. Armsbury left Clear Lake three years ago to enter the employ of the Sinclair Refining company in New York. He has been transferred to Jersey City, N. j., where he has been promoted, to assistant manager of a station. He has stayed with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McVay there. He was graduated from the Cleai Lake high school in 1930, and at tended Mason City Junior collegi two years and Iowa State college Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Armsbury have taken an apartment in Jersey City. NEVA MCGOWAN SPRING FOOTBALL GAME SCHEDULED Two Teams Chosen to Pla] Card Wednesday at Lions Field. CLEAR LAKE--Spring footbal under Assistant Coach Dale Harmon will be concluded Wednesday with a game at 4:15 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Lions field The nucleus of the fall grid team frill be selected from this aggrega- :ion, in which only a few veterans will participate. Rudiments of the fame have been given the newcomers and two evenly matched teams chosen for competition. Members .of the Gold team are Eugene Bacon, captain, and Jack Snabnit, tackles; Frank Baker, Bob Ike and Jim Kennedy, ends; Robert 31ess, center; Jack Whitney and Orval Casper, guards; Paul Philippe, fullback; Jack Palmeter, Bob Young, .Willis Comstock and Morris Kimball, backs. On the Black team are: Laverne ,ewis, captain, "Pinky" Ostrander, guards; "Bucky" Martin, Homer ^bb, Richard Hill, tackles; Tom Mullarky and Raymond Cash, ends; 3 aul Anderson, center; John Rutan, Bill Giles, Stevenson, Lester Hahn' Raymond McGowan, Roland Schroeder. backs. Mahlon Hintzman and Milo Knutson will officiate and Jim Lane act as head linesman. Clear Lake Briefs While They Last! PHILCO DEMONSTRATORS Some Made to Sell up to $70.00 for QUICK CLEARANCE $49.5® Complete With Tubes For Rent: Apt. Avalon. Ph. 218. Sir. and Mrs. Layton Zobe!, who eside north of Clear Lake, are the 'arents of a son born at their home iaturday. Hat Sale Wed., 30 hats at $1.00 ach. Felt and straw. Nichols Shop. Harold Fistler, son of Mr. and ta. p. W. Fistler, underwent a ma- or operation for appendicitis Monay morning at the Mercy hospital, Mason City. He was reported as esting easily Tuesday morning. Mrs. Fistler, who recently under- rent an operation, is'convalescing t her home here. New Linen Blouses, $1.95 --all olors. Nichols Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Waggoner re the parents of a son, Larry George, born Sunday, April 26 at their farm home. The child weighed seven -pounds- and is the second in the family. S1.QO Hat Sale Wed. Nichols Shop. Joe Johnson, who is iU at the Lars Flora home, had a group of callers Monday, friends from Story City and Rake, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Osnes and Minnie Halvorson of Clear Lake and John Osness of Ellington. Mrs. Frank Trager and daughters, Theresa and Betty, spent the weekend in Oskaloosa with Mr. Trager. For Sale--Piano, good condition. $50 if taken at once. Phone 282. Art Enabmt, a farmer living six miles south of Clear Lake, is suffering from a fractured right arm which he received while leading a team of horses into the barn. The large bone between the elbow and wrist was broken and Mr. Enabnit will be convalescent for several weeka Mrs. Lars Flora, Mr. and Mrs. p. J. Pederson, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ericksen and family, Clear Lake, John Hodnefield and children of Rake and the Rev. Mr. Aarhus were dinner guests Sunday at the Bjornson home at Joice. The Townsend club is to meet Tuesday night at the city hall. Vern Mettler of Mason City will be the speaker and a lunch will be served. PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMB\NY Pledged to Sinfonia. NORA SPRINGS--Leon Krafft, son of the Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Krafft, has been pledged to Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, a national honorary music fraternity at Cedar Falls. Leon is a graduate of the Nora Springs high school. Mrs. Punke to Head Library Reading Club Club Presents Gift to Mrs. Bourne, Who Resigned From Unit. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. G. E. Punke was elected president of the Library Reading club at the club luncheon at the Mrs. E. E. Studyvin home. This is the final session for the year. Mrs. W. R. Kime was elected vice president and Mrs. C. E. Wells, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. George Bourne, Mason City, who has been a member of the club for the past 12 years, resigned from the club and a gift was presented her by the organization. Two new members were welcomed into the club for the next year, Mrs. Grace Stevens and Mrs. Hugh Stickler. The afternoon was spent in discussing the program for the following .year. Assisting the hostess in serving the luncheon were Mrs. Mary Bowman, Mrs. W. R. Kime, Mrs. George Bourne Mrs. Sam Kennedy and Mrs. H. W. Knutson. Spring wild flowers were used for iable decorations. Retiring officers of the club are Mrs. Harold Aitchison, president; Mrs. O. T. Hansen. vice president; and Mrs. B. W. Riner, secretary and treasurer. Clear Lake Calendar Wednesday--O. D. O. club at Mrs. F. G. Cookman home, East Main street. Lions club at Legion clubrooms. Thursday--Linger Longer club at Mrs. T. W. Tompkins home, Clara srteet. Sorosis club at Mrs. Nina Daker home, luncheon at 1. St. Margaret's guild at luncheon at Mrs. D. F. Byers home, 1. Thursday--Trinity circle meets at Mrs. G. E. Wallin home, North East street. Eastern Star silver tea at Masonic temple, 3. Friday -- Circle No. 6 of M. E. church at Mrs. Elmer Nelson home, 2:30. LAKE THEATRE TUESDAY ONLY Barbara Stanwyck-Kob't. Young "RED SALUTE" Wednesday - Thursday MARX BROTHERS "A NIGHT AT THE OPERA" "THIS mi OUT" WILL BE GIVEN Lake Township Players Will Give Play for Community Program. CLEAR LAKE--The one act play, "This Way Out" will be presented by Lake township Farm Bureau players Friday night at join community meeting of Farm Bu reaus in Lincoln, Lake, Clear Lak and Grant townships. The program is planned at the Community building at 8 o'clock. A play by Lincol township, readings and music ar also planned. Characters in the play are Viol; Baker as Mrs. Morton, Madge Bake as Mrs. Preston. Kathryn Wood a Linda Morton, Ella Mae Goodell a Mabel Preston, Allen Steil as Dr Robert Simms and Lester Heitlanc as Junior Preston. The story is concerning the Mor ton ramily who have a modem farm home which has become a res haven for all of their city friend and relatives. The family .scheme out a way to rid their home o company and to save the health o the mother, Mrs. Morton. The lov interest centers around Linda Mor ton, the daughter, and Dr. Simms a young physician, who helps them out of their plight. The antics o Junior Preston, a school child played by Lester Heitland, add the merriment of the situation. The play is being directed by Mrs Harvey Wood, Mis Margaret Sheri dan and Mrs. Walter Tesene. Bol Fjndson is the stage manager. School Is Dismissed for Shakespearean Movie CLEAR LAKE -- Large crowds attended the dramatic presentation of "Midsummer Night's Dream," a Max Reinhardt's production of William Shakespeare, at the- Lake thea- :er Monday. Children throughout the loca schools as well as children and :eachers of the Thornton schools, were dismissed early in the afternoon to attend the matinee. Teachers and others from Swaledale, Belmond, Ventura, Garner and Mason City had reservations for toe evening show. :. It was a fantastic presentation of play of special interest to children with 15 stars in the principal roles, James Cagney, Olivia DeHavilland, Joe E. Brown, Dick Powell, Jean tfuir, Anita Louise and Frank McHugh, and music by Felix Mendelssohn. Flush Kidneys of Acid and Poisons Gain in Health and Stop Getting Up Nights When kidneys are 'clogged they jecome weak--the bladder is irri- :ated--often passage is scanty and smarts and burns--sleep is restless and nightly visits to the bathroom are frequent. The right safe harmless and inexpensive way to stop this trouble and restore healthy action to kidneys and bladder is to get from any druggist a 35-cent box of Gold tfedal Haarlem Oil Capsules and take as directed--you won't be is- appointed. But be sure and get GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules--the original and genuine--right from Haarlem in Holland--a grand kidney stimulant and diuretic. Remem- ier also that other symptoms of udney and bladder trouble are oackache, leg cramps, puffy eyes, moist palms and nervousness. " Shoes by Boston ian and Penbrooke as featured in Avenues of Fashion " to SUAL1TV · tlftVICt · J A T I S F A C T I O N \ ABEL SON INC. ^C At NUMBER SEVEN SOUTH FEDERAL M III With Scarlet Fever. RICEVILLB--The Leo Ton fam- 41y is quarantined for ecarlet fever, their son, Marvin, being ill with the disease. Are In Ova Molnes. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sowl, Audrey Sowl, · Hazel Burnman, and Mrs. James Bergen are spending a few days in DCS Moines. Home From Marlon. PROTIVIN -- Helen Buble came home after an extended stay in Marion with her sisters, Anna and Celia Buble. FOOTNOTES FOR SPRING The trees, about whose loveliness radio songsters have proclaimed too long, ore not our particular interest. Such protestations as we may indulge in, concern trees of a more prosaic nature. Our sincerity must be the compensating quality for what we lack in tone or volume. Trees contribute much to the appearance and endurance of a pair of shoes, if used religiously. We recommend that you have a pair of trees for each pair of shoes and that shoes be treed whenever they are not in use. This will help to retain the original shape of the shoe and to prevent a premature flat-tire appearance. There are a'number of good designs from which to choose, and they'll all perform satisfactorily. We'd like to urge, further, the use of at least one alternate pair of shoes for daily wear. Somehow, this practice results in a longer life for each pair. We've shown here not only the most fashionable shoes for day wear for all occasions, but a convenient way of keeping shoes, and a few accessories for their proper care. il IMPORTANT NOTE: In case you have any doubts about what to wear and when to wear it, we should be happy to send you a "Chart of Correct Dress--Approved by Esquire." Just send us a stamped, self-addressed envelope. ESQUIRE will answer all questions on men's fashions. Write MEN'S FASHION DEPARTMENT, THE MASON CITY GO.OBE-GAZETTE and enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for reply. COPYRIGHT 1936, ESQUIRE, INC. .v:

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