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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MAY 8 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENpRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 31 (MV. No. 239 OFFICE PHONE RESCUE SQUAD IS ORGANIZED City, Firemen and Sheriff to Co-Operate in New || Group. CLEAR LAKE, May 8.--A rescue squad has been organized at Clear Lake for use on the lake in case of accident or drowning. The local fire department of which A. W. Matthies is chief, has agreed to assist in this capacity. The city of Clear Lake has co-operated by furnishing new equipment and Sheriff J. M. Robertson is deputizing several Clear Lake men to use authority when the case demands it. P. W. Fistler of the fire department will be one of those deputized to carry on the work. When an accident occurs, members of the , rescue crew will be posted in the ·', telephone office and notified imme- ? diately the same as for fire alarms. The new equipment consists of four complete rescue kits which would equip eight boats to serve as searching parties. The dragline has a new idea carried out, with the detachable hooks. Rings have been tied at intervals of about six inches where the hooks are snapped on as the line is unwound. It is hoped i that that will do away with the delay formerly caused by the hooks becoming tangled up. Cork floats will be used to stake nut the area for searching. Varying listances are used on the cork ; )oat and weighs so that adjust- Hent can be made for the diffeienl of water. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS [iildah Frederickson Dies at Farm Home in Lincoln Township CLEAR LAKE. May 8.--Mrs I-iildah Amelia Fredrickson, 76. j-idow of the late Axel Fredrick/ m. died at her farm home in Lin- jiln township north of Clear Lake-, iionday afternoon at 4:45 o'clock jiie had been ill three weeks, suf- |,Ting from a throat infection. {'Funeral services will be held l.iursday afternoon at the Zion j.theran church at 2:30 o'clock, fiort services will be held at the lirm residence at 2 o'clock. The liev. H. O. Unless, pastor, will of- Liiate and burial will be made in lie. Clear Lake cemetery- ~~~-~ Mrs. Fredrickson wasV-'bbrn In lavarstad, Sweden, where she lived (itil after her first year of mar- ige. She and her husband settled Twin Lakes and Mr. Fredrick- Jin was employed at various occu- lUions. She had lived on the pros- f fit farm location for- the past 33 pars, her husband having preceded |tr in death on March 4. 1932. She is survived by one daughter, iitrs. J. Mikkelsen, and three sons liscar Fredrickson, Albert Fredrick- I on and Herman Fredrickson, all of jplear Lake, and one granddaughter, irlelen Mikkelsen. [Wa-Tan-Yes to Entertain Mothers With Breakfast CLEAR LAKE, May 8.--Wa-Tan e club members made plans to en- .ertain their mothers at a May jjreakfast at 8 o'clock Sunday morn| ng in observance of Mother's day. Irhe committee in charge of the af- air includes Mrs. Mary Bowmac IMiss Ruth Anderson and Miss Jean IMatthews. The Monday dinner ineeting was held at the Watkins |:afe. Delegates to the association |:onvention at Osage, May 20, 21 anc |!2, are Miss Emmabelle Thomas and Irean Matthews. A large delegation |)lans to attend the banquet Mon|lay evening. Tomatoes, cabbage plants, 10c doz., 3 doz. 25c. Walrod Gardens. The Rev. C. C. Casper, D. S.. retired pastor of Hampton, is in Clear ^ake for the interests of the Amer- can Home Finding association ot Dttumwa, a non-denominational institution. Dr. E. L. \Vurt7xjr left Tuesday for Des Moines where he will attend the Iowa State Medical association. He plans to return Friday night. Mrs. Dale Walsh of Nashua has been employed as operator at the Royal Beauty shop. She was formerly Dorothy Becker and has worked in this shop several summers. Edward Adams spent the weekend in Mitchell, S. Dak., with his rrother. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Woodstock and daughter, Jane, returned Sunday from Minneapolis where they visited friends. Leon Axelson who has been recuperating at his home here since a major operation, left Saturday night for Chicago where he will resume his work. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pribbenow. Hampton, spent Monday at their cottage cleaning it for occupancy this summer. Hahlon Hintzman, student at j Iowa State Teachers college. Cedar Falls, spent the week-end in Clear Lake with his sister, Mrs. Leonard Mathers and family. East Main street. Mr. Hintzman has accepted a coaching position at Clutier for next fall. Mr. and Mrs. John Shipley and family pf Mason City have moved into their cottage. Linger Longer, on South Second street. Henry Freic and daughter. Viola, nd George Lawhorn of Klemme, and the J. Braund family of Wiliams were Sunday guests at the Louis Davis home, South Second treet. Barry Braheny returned Monday light from Des Moines where he attended the state Young Democratic club convention. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Roberts and daughter of Des Moines have moved nto the Blighty cottage on West Jefferson street. Miss Alberta Masters, beauty operator at the Royal Beauty shop, is spending this week in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hawkins of Des Moines visited Mrs. Irene Chase, Xogers hotel, Monday. Mrs Earl Huntley will be hostess to members-df-the,.O.-I).-jO..cluT) at a 1 o'clock luncheon at-her home Wednesday afternoon: Election of officers will be held. Mrs. AJlie Phillips who has been spending the winter in Muscatine arrived Sunday night to spend the summer in her cottage on South Second street. She was accompanied by her son. Dr. C. P. Phillips, who returned this morning. Mrs. Phillips is a sister-in-law of the Doctors A. B and N. W. Phillios here. 'Mr. and Mrs. Zed T. Kule are the parents of a son born at their home on South street Saturday. Mrs F. W. Hargraves plans to leave Tuesday night for Chicago on a business and .pleasure trip. She will then return to her home at Seattle. She has been visiting her father, G. W. Richardson, Benton St The Clear Lake fire department was called to the south shore Monday night at 10 o'clock by the burning of a tree which was endangering the safety of nearby cottages. The Deborah Circle will meet Wednesday afternoon at the Mrs. C P McVicker home, 301 Soutn Third street. Mrs. Milton Olson and Mrs. Kenneth Winnie are hostesses. LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising _ _ Residence Phone 67 STORM DAMAGES BALL GROUNDS the Icemeu, Chizek. managed by Bob Opening of Softball Season Is Postponed for One Week. CLEAR LAKE, May 8.--Two el trie light poles at the Lions field were struck by lightning Monday night in the storm. This necessitates the postponement of the softball games series' which was scheduled to begin Thursday night Two leagues of four teams each have been arranged to play on a biweekly schedule. Teams entered in the American league are, the Barbers, managed by Stanley Smith; Kanyons, managed by Kenyon Verbeckmoes; Tarrs, managed by Ralph Tarr and Teams entered in the second group of National league are the Pirates, managed by Howard Hanson; Farmers, managed by John Bohning; Cubs, managed by Rob Findson and high school, managed by Omar Colgan. An all-star team to represent the merchants of Clear Lake, are booking out-of-town teams for games this summer. Several of these in th« American league will play out-of- town competition. The field has been repaired and a 60 foot diamond was decided upon for the local league. A new wire backstop has been erected and bleachers set up In readiness for the season's opening. The first game, Thursday, May 17. will be between the Pirates and Farmers and the second game between the Barbers and Keyons. Season tickets are being sold for the first 14 nights. Will Meet Wednesday. NORA SPRINGS--The Calendar circle of the Methodist church wil be entertained Wednesday afternoon in the church, parlors by Mrs. C. H Stoner, Mrs. Scott Wilson, Mrs. O Newton, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Frank Hofmaster. Mrs. Guy Morton and Mrs. L. M. Ostrem. Mrs. Bert Rooks Safe Driving Hint limn Jlmtir Volilcle LwpL A Tip for Night Drivers D ANGER as well as annoyance is in store when it becomes necessary to stop for a puncture, blow-out, or engine troubl- on the highway at night. If sucli a stop becomes necessary, drive off the pavement or road if the surface permits. It is up to you to prevent a rear-end collision with approaching vehicles," even if this demands personally signalling all approaching cars. It is a matter of life or death to other drivers who may not understand that your car is standing still. Keep your lights on, both front and rear, and as you work with your car to repair the damage be sure to ayoid o b s t r u c t i n g head or tail lights. . If it is necessary to leav'e the car on the roadside, be sure it is adequately lighted. This precaution wiN help to protect your own property and to save other motorists' lives. Mrs. Frisbie of Convith Observes 82nd Birthday CORWITH, May 8.--Mrs. F. S. Frisbie celebrated her eighty-second irthday by entertaining a number of guests at a dinner. Despite her 32 years, Mrs. Frisbie enjoys good icalth. She does her own housework and cares for a large flower arden. She' is the mother of eight children, all living, and has 31 ;randchildren and 22 great-grand will have charge of the program. The Calendar Circle is' planning a quilt exhibit to be held some time this month. Delay in the arrival of 1934 models of American automobiles in Egypt has caused a rush in sale: since they were received recently. chlldren. Mrs. Frisbie was born near Berlin, Germany and came to America with her parents when six months- old. She was married to Mr. Frisbie in Hardin county and has lived in Corwith 18 years. FutlH-r. 93, Succumb*. CLARKST1LLE, May 8.--Mrs. Charles Myric received word Monday of the death of her 93 year old father. Nathan Pauley, at a hospital in Waterloo, following an injury to his hip when he fell from the door at his home In Waterloo. TITTLE BROS. PACKING Co. INC. 105 SOUTH FEDERAL HAMBURGER, Fresh Ground, 3 Ibs. IQc BEEF SHORT RIBS lb. 5c PORK CHOPS, End Cuts lb. 9c BABY BEEF STEAK lb. 8c VEAL STEW lb. 3c BRICK CHEESE lb. Clear Lake Calendar f.Vednesday--0. D. 0. club luncheon at Mrs.*Earl Huntley home, election of officers, 1. Deborah circle at Mrs. C. P. McVicker home, 301 South Third street. Lions' club at Lions cafe, 12:15. Irhursday--Crescent club luncheon at Mrs. George Ott home, 1:00. Trinity circle at Zion Lutheran church, at Mrs. Ralph Conklin, 200 King street, 2:30. Rotary club at I. O. O. F. hall, 12:15. Dance at Surf ballroom, Vern Winters plaj-ing. Public supper at Catholic church. [Friday--Star club luncheon at Mrs. V. Peterson home. Linger Longer club meets with Mrs. F. M. Meineke, Forest City. |; Saturday--Dance at Surf, Frenchy Graffolier playing. Annual Senior Day at Waldorf College Held FOREST CITY. May 8.--Seniors from high schools in North Iowa and southern Minnesota attended th» annual senior day festivities at Waldorf college. They were guests of the college at a musical program in the morning, followed by dinner at noon, a baseball game at 2:M and a cafeteria luncheon in the evening. Tennis matches and open house were held during the afternoon. Towns represented included Ostrander, Emmons, LeRoy, Frost and Bricelyn, Minn.. Forest City Gruver, Leland, Britt, Thompson. I Fertile, Clear Lake, Joice, Hanlontown, Kanawha, Ventura, Garner. Crystal Lake, Rake, Kensett and Lake Mills. Held on Bad Check. CLEAR LAKE, May S. -- Hugh iJcnes of Ventura was arraigned be- ifore Justice of Peace C. W. Wallace sday morning on a bad check charge. The fine of S25 was suspended on payment of the checks fcand costs. China's railways are being abilitated and extended. PARK I THEATER Clear Lake TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Ralph Bellamy, June Collyer "Before Midnight" NEWS COMEDY lOc Plus Tax Garage at Clarion Is Remodeled by Sampson CLARION, May 8.--B. A. Samsen purchased the garage building in which he has operated a ForJ garage since June, 1932, froir George O'Dea of Des Moines. The building is being remodeled and in one corner a service station, which will be operated in alliance with thr Standard Oil company, is under construction. The cost of reconditioning the building will probably be about 51,500. Women Oust Sandals. Open strapped sandals have been banished by women of London, who found that the lack of support caused their feet to spread. This season they will wear shoes, with printed kid. antelope in red. green and blue, and baby ostrich skin the favorite leathers. amon Katherine MacGregor Stylist for "LOLA WALKER" WASH FROCKS Miss MacGregor, stylist for Lola Walker frocks, will be in Miss Sherwood's Department Wednesday and Thursday to tell you all about these glorious new styles. Be sure to see this showing of cool frocks to make your summer more delightful. - MISS SHERWOOD'S DEPARTMENT SECOND FLOOR A/-" / The youthful -whit* pique mess JacKet may modestly cover the BUtitan back of tilts printed pique frock with its very s w a n k y Bunpender straps and robe fastenings. Sizes 12-18. ! i Crisp dotted swiss, with a summery outlook on life acquires a distinctly dressy air, with its neat arrangement of self pleats, plus a. huge hunch of cherries at the throat. 12-tS. Prices Range JliJ c and 95 The dressmaker frock Acquire? new chnrm in this delightfully cool little summer striped sheer. N"ie the double mannish collar -- the plcatert bonom, with self trim p l f n t f d edge- Sizes 16-44. A dashing stimulated l-.vn piece frocK of coolly colored plaid seersucker, with detachable capelet collar of white pique. The colored buttons arc most interestingly placed. Sizes l-t-20. A perfectly sntnmi-r-tlnic of checked w i t h irunks of color p n h a r t l l n r . the i l i l u R for a -or any ftctive ! Sizes 12-20. f r o c k , rlh-sfin. l.i pels. r-msrt dove

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