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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 2 1936 SEVEN I Jf r?i 1 Ksr Mrs. Weston to Present Recital at Drake Lounge Dean Herbert Gould of the college of fine aits, Drake university, will present his artist pupil, Mrs. B. Raymond Weston, soprano, in a song recital Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the Drake lounge, Des Moines. Mrs. Weston has been studying with Dean Gould during the past winter and a number of Mason City- ans are planning to go to bea Moines Sunday for the recital. Among them will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Amen, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Laird, Mrs. B. F. Weston, Mrs. Sumner White, Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, Mrs. F. M. Humphrey and Miss Ruth Swingen. The recital is open to all friends of Mrs. Weston who are interested. Mrs. Weston will sing "Quella Fiamma che m'accende," recitative End air by Marcelle, "Bist Du Bei Mir" by Bach. "Der Nussbaum" by Schumann, "Die Forelle" by Schubert, "Morgen" and "Allerseelen" zq Strauss, "Dich Theure Halle" from "Tannhauser" by Wagner, "Die Stadt" by Richard Trunk, "Waldse- ligkeit" and "Hat Dich Fie Liebe Beruhrt" by Joseph Marx, "The Hills of Gruzia" by Mednikoff, "The Unforeseen" by Cyril Scott, "In the Luxemburg Gardens" by Katherine Manning and "A Feast of Lanterns" by Grauville Bantock. Helen Eiker will be Mrs. Weston's accompanist. ST. KATHERINE'S GUILD WELL MEET St. Katharine's Gaiild will sponsor a May breakfast' Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at St. John's parish' hall. Contract and auction bridge and 500 will be played. Mrs. A. A. Conley is in charge, assisted by Mrs. Charles George, Mrs. Tom Wells, Mrs. F. W, Cushing and Mrs. E. M. Ferleman. Reservations may be made by calling 3248. PLAN TO DISPLAY ANDERSEN BOOKS Library Plans Observance in Honor of Danish Writer. May day flowers were to be on display on Sunday afternoon at the library from 3 to 6 o'clock through the courtesy of the two local florists who are' decorating for the informal program in honor ol Hans Christian : vAndersen. · Mrs. -R. H. Skaare will bring her imperial harp and play old Scandinavian airs. She will be in Scandinavian costume, and Mrs. R. O. Storvick and Mrs. Ellen Rygh and possibly one or two others also in Danish costume will help the library staff show the exhibits of books. Mrs. John Christiansen has loaned a good portrait of Andersen made in 1905 at the time of the centenary of his birth. This is the centenary of the publication of the fairy tales. She is also loaning a Danish edition of the Andersen stories with the original illustrations and pictures of the great story teller's home in Odense. Miss Gregory, the children's librarian, is planning to tell Andersen stories as requested to small groups during the afternoon, and the staff plans to show the new accessions in the Elizabeth Hanford collection, some of which are very beautiful, .and the fine gardening books which are always pleasant to look over as well as the books on the Scandinavian countries. Mrs. S. C. Powell Dies at Her Home Mrs. S. C. Powell died at her home on Twelfth street northeast Saturday morning following an illness. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Saturday. The body was taken to the Randall funeral home. Brooder House Blown Over. RUDD--The brooder house at the Ray Helmers farm west of town was blown over Thursday night. The stoves were broken and 50 chickens were killed. The brooder house was on fire but Mr. Helmers succeeded in extinguishing the fire before it spread to other buildings. 'S Cold Storage For Your NOW . . . Your Furs Have Changed from a PLEASURE to a PROBLEM Let us coll for YOUR furs and your mind will be ar rest about.them all summer. "Protect Your Furs." PHONE 788 SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY Twentieth Century clul)-- 1 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, luncheon, Mrs. John Senneff, Mrs. H. C. Friesner, Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. R. L. Jackson, committee. B. P. Kensington-Mrs. C. L. Modlin, 710 Monroe avenue northwest. 85 club-6:30 o'clock, Presbyterian church, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Max Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mettler, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Anderson, committee. Young Women's council-7 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Household Employes class-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Presbyterian Evening circle-Mrs. L. E. Valentine. TUESDAY St. Joseph's P. I. A.-7:30 o'clock, 1 parish hall, operetta, "Spring Glow," talk on "Art of Appreciating Music" by Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, assisted by Miss Louise Macket. Woman's club board-9:30 o'clock, Administration building. Wa-Tan-Ye club-12 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Gadalot club-1:15 o'clock, Eadmar hotel, Mrs. W. M. Gregerson, hostess. Matinee Musicale-2 o'clock, Miss Ruth Stevens, 321 Washington avenue northwest. Mrs. J. H. Marston, lesson. E. T. W. club- Postponed one week. D. A. E. board-Postponed. North Western Women-2 o'clock, P. G. B. W. K. C.-2:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Unity Chapter No. 58 O. E. S.-7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple. East Side Presbyterian Social circle Miss Edna Wilcox, Mrs. L. V. Fox, assisting. Double Y May dance-8 o'clock, Moose hall. Junior Hadassah-8 o'clock, Jewish community center. WEDNESDAY Weslcyan S. S. class-1 o'clock, church, May luncheon. Holy Famiiy Ladies aid-2 o'clock, school, Mrs. L. A. Page, chairman. Our Saviour's Ladies aid-2 o'clock, church, Mrs. Clarence Kittleson, hostess. Loyal 10 club-2 o'clock, Mrs. George Nelson, 135 Twenty-third street southwest Easy Aces-1:30 at Mrs. H. J. Proctor, 1301 N. Adams. Chapter GN P. E. O-2:15 o'clock, Mrs. Lester Arm. strong, 37 River heights drive, business session. Trinity East Park Highland circle-2:15 o'clock, church parlors. St. James Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, P.-G. E. auditorium, grab bag, Mrs. W. Redeker, Mrs. H. Frenz, Mrs. Augusta Frenz, serving. Olivet Missionary society-Mrs. L. H. Lundahl, 2514 South Federal avenue. X. A. T. club- Mrs. George Smith, 819 East State street. L. A. to B. of B. T.-2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Delphians-- 2 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Beta Sigma Phi-7:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. U. S. W. V. auxiliary-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Tusalata club-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. St. James Senior and Junior leagues 8 o'clock, church, Herman Frenz and Dorothy Price, chairmen. Chapter DZ P. E. O.-8 o'clock. Mrs. B. F. Weston, 710 Adams avenue northwest, Mrs. R. E. Romey, program. A. M. C. and B. W._ 7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Northeast Central Lutheran Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors. THURSDAY Tu-Spot club-6:30 o'clock, Eadmar hotel, Mrs. Frank Pirkl, Mrs. Mark Pirkl, hostesses. Athenian club-9:30 o'clock, Mrs. C. S. Deyoe, 43 River Height drive, Mrs. E. J. Kelly, Mrs. T. R. Phalen, Mrs. E. M. Nangle, Margaret Hanlon, Mrs. Charles Smolla, Mrs. E. E. Fleming, committee. Tri-Deck Bridge club-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. A. L. Schmidt, 408 Ninth street southeast. K. N. A. Health club-2 o'clock, Moose hall, Mrs. George Smith, chairman. Baptist Gildner division-2 o'clock, Mrs. E. M. Nelson, 925 North Federal avenue, Mrs. Clifford Englet, hostess. Garfield P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, Immanuel Lutheran church. Immanuel Northwest division-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Anna Frederickson, 638 Washington avenue southwset, Mrs. C. J. Olson, hostess. Portland W. C. T. U Mrs. Harry. Davidson. East State Street club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Charles C. Cassiday, 705 Carolina avenue northeast, election of officers, Mrs. G. S. C. Andrick, Mrs. F. F. Potter, lesson; Mrs. J. A. Wiley, Mrs. A. L. Adams, Mrs. Carroll, Mrs. H. J. Burns, hostesses. Past Noble Grands-2:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. B. P. W. club-6:30 o'clock, Hotel Hanford, election of officers. McKinley Drama club-7:30 o'clock, school. Good Cheer lodge-7:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. Women of the Moose-7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Immanuel Martha society-8 o'clock, Mrs. Harold Jung, Miss Esther Landgren, hostesses. OSCAR JOHNSON DIES OF INJURIES Mason Cityan Fatally Hurt in Fall From Tree on Father's Farm. Oscar L. Johnson, assistant manager of the Fullerton Lumber company, 15 Fourth street southwest, died Friday night at a hospital in Fort Dodge from injuries received in a fall from a tree Monday. Mr. Johnson, who was spending a few days vacation with his parents, was pruning a tree .on his father's farm near Rockwell City when he fell and suffered a broken back, skull fracture and other injuries. Funeral services will be at Rockwell City. George Locky Bound to Grand J u r y for Breaking, Entering George Locky, transient, held here as a suspect in the robbery of the Snyder grocery. 616 South Federal avenue, Thursday evening, was bound to the grand jury Saturday by Police Judge Morris Laird on a charge of breaking and entering. Locky's bond was set at $1,000. He v/ag ai-rested by police at Second street and South Federal avenue the morning of the robbery. Roy S. Adams, 730 Tyler avenue northwest, was fined ?10 and costs on a charge of disorderly conduct and John J. Grein, 1541 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, and Wayne P. Becket, New Hampton, and Rex Helm, Mason City, were each fined 510 and costs on charges of intoxication. St. Olaf Church Choir to Appear Here While Touring North Iowa The appearance of the St. Olaf church choir here Friday evening, May s, at the high school auditorium is part of a tour the Northfield Minn., college organization is making of North Iowa and southern Minnesota towns this month. The choir will appear at Lake Mills Friday afternoon. On. May 9 the choir will appear at Hampton; May 10, at Bode in the afternoon and Eagle Grove in the evening; May 11, at Jackson, Minn., and May 12, at Excelsior, Minn., in the afternoon and Minneapolis, in the evening. Local Rotanans Will Attend Conference to Be Held at Fort Dodge Howard Bruce, president-elect, and L. A. Ristau, secretary-elect, will represent the local Rotary club at the eleventh district conference at Fort Dodge. Opening sessions will be held Sunday with the main program getting under way Monday and continuing Tuesday forenoon. Other Rotarians who may attend one or two days include Hugh H. Shepard, chairman of the on to Fort Dodge committee, Ward R. Hamilton, Herbert Hirsch, W. S. Wilcox and others. There are 63 clubs in the Iowa district. Many special features have been arranged for the conference. Sherman Yelland Is Purchaser of Thraves Grocery Department The purchase of the grocery department of the Thraves Food market, 401 North Federal avenue, by Sherman Yelland was announced this week. The meat division of the business will continue under the Thraves management. Charles Cruikshank Dies at County Home Charles Cruikshank, 94, died at the county home early Saturday morning following an illness. He had been a resident of the home since Jan. 18 n 1897. Funeral services had not been arranged Saturday, awaiting the arrival of a son who lives near Rudd. The body was taken to the Meyer funeral home. L. O. T. O.-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall. FRIDAY City Progressive club-Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Potter, 655 East State street. Our Saviour's Mary and Martha circle-2 o'clock, Mrs. Andrew Olson, hostess, Schermerhorn farm. Presbyterian Women-2:30 o'clock, Presbyterian church, Miss Margaret Moninger, speaker, Church of Christ Missionary society guests. Christian Workers-2:30 o'clock, church, group 3, hostess. Congregational Women's union-Church, group 6 in charge. Baptist division 8-Mrs. Barney Boyd, 204 Sixth street southwest. Queen Rebekah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. P. hall. Our Saviour's Luther league-8 o'clock, church. B. A. R. E. auxiliary-8 o'clock, Moose hall. SATURDAY Browning society-Mrs. B. F. Weston, 710 Adams avenue northwest, Miss Mary Bullock, Mrs. L. L. Krnor, Miss Marie Mendenhall, committee, tea. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 Book Review Planned for Civic League Recreational Committee to Arrange Program and Tea. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. D. H. Campbell will review the book, "Valiant Is the Word for Carrie," by Barry Denefield before members of the Civic league Tuesday afternoon. The session is planned at 2:30 o'clock at the city hall. Bill Kennedy, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Kennedy, will sing a solo. The finance committee of the league will have a table of gladiola bulbs to sell. The recreation committee which has arranged the program includes Mrs. Peter Anderson, chairman, Mrs. J. F. Palmeter, co-chairman, Mrs. Ralph Ingersol, Mrs. G. E. Brose and Mrs. A. A. Joslyn. Tea will be served at the close of the afternoon. Clear Lake Briefs Eat at Peter's restaurant--Special chicken and fish dinner Sunday. Mrs. L. S. Dorchester accompanied by Mrs. Clara Sawyer attended the dedication services for the new Dows public library Friday night. Mrs. Dorchester spoke at the services in behalf of the Iowa Federation of Women's club. She is the district representative of the state library extension committee of the I. F. "W. C. Mrs. Lotts, formerly, Leona Bellman of Clear Lake, is president of the Thursday club of Dows which sponsored the erection of the building'. Garden Seeds: Bulk seed--Corn, beans, peas and other vaz-ieties 20c pound--At Baileys. Mr. and Mrs. Winton Triplett, Iowa Falls, spent Friday in Clear Lake with Mrs. Triplett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey, East State street. Hosiery--Ladies knee length hos iery, 49c. Good service weight--At Baileys. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Fox have taken an apartment at the Viggo Jacobson home, 208 West State street. Mother's Day, May 10th. The nicest assortment of cards--At Baileys Miss Ruth Liggett, North Second street, returned to her work at Chicago Tuesday after spending several months in Clear Lake with her mother Mrs. A. C. Liggett. For Rent: Apt. Avalon. Ph. 218. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hill accompanied by Mrs. Frank Hall attended the funeral of a friend, Mrs. Julia Rader, at Nora Springs Friday. Boys--Girls--Mothers. Look for new series of Mickey Mouse in Diamond Silver Cup Bread every day. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hejlik, Garner, are the parents of a son born Saturday morning at the Park hospital, Mason City. He is the first child in the family. Mrs. Hejlik was Helen Walrod of Clear Lake prior to her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hughes and daughter, Mary, South street, are spending the week-end in Waterloo with Mrs. Hughes parents', Mr. and Mrs. Biddulph. Mrs. Hughes will remain to be with her mother who is seriously ill. Vincent Minette, Elkader, is spending the week-end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L Minette. He will leave Monday to attend a convention of salesmen for the Bankers Life Insurance company, at Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. B. Clarie and daughter have taken an apartment at the Rudy Saliger home, North East street. Robert Bigg, who has been working in Chicago, is spending several weeks with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bigg. Mrs. Leslie Adams and daughter, Norma Jean, Mason City, are spending several weeks with Mrs. Adams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Nelson, south of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Millard have returned to their home at Burlington after a visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Roscoe Miller and family. The Millers have moved into their new home on Lindon avenue which they recently purchased from Dr. A. S. Dice. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Peterson, East Main street, are the parents of a ton born at the Park hospital, Mason City, Saturday morning. Clear Lake Calendar Monday--Wa-Tan-Ye club meets. American Legion auxiliary at Legion clubrooms. Tuesday--P. E. O. at Mrs. M. P. Hughes home. Civic league at city hall, 2:30. Wednesday--Congregational Mother-Daughter banquet at church, 6:30. Ty Tyson Band Plays at North Shore Club CLEAR LAKE--Ty Tyson and bis orchestra which played for the Gazooks party of the Mason City Junior college Friday night, will ·lay again for the club dance at .he North Shore Country ciub Saturday nicht. 600 Attend Joint Farm Bureau Community Meet D lays by Farm Young Per- J sons Are Feature of Entertainment. lajclne Bednar lorothy Bracken Illy Challiui etty Chapman velyn Chceaman .ltd Dugan .orraine Edwardi arl Fladncas etty Hakes pal Hammonds lalne Hcndon r HH1 ane Hilton CLEAR LAKE -- A crowd of about 600 persons gathered at the Community building Friday night :or a community meeting sponsored by the Lake, Clear Lake, Lincoln and Grant township Farm Bureaus. ' Dr. B. W. Riner gave a short talk on "False Axioms I Have Known," illustrating his talk with, several. "The axiom 'Two heads are better than one' has its irregularities," he went on. "It depends on who owns the heads. It is just as fatal :o take every man's suggestions as it is to take no one's." Plays Outstanding. The two plays by township players made a successful closing of the session. The play, "This Way Out" by Lake township was especially well given. Characters showed experience in stage work and good portrayal of characters. Mis-5 Ella Mae Goodell in the role of Mabel, portrayed a modern city ;irl trying to win the affections of the young Dr. Siras, who was portrayed by Allen Steil. He was already engaged to Linda, well portrayed by Kathryn Wood. Viola Baker was well cast in the role of the mother, Mrs. Morton, a farm woman who was overrun by city relatives and who attempts to escape it all by pleading a nervous breakdown. Madge Baker appeared in the role of a lazy city woman, mother of Mabel Preston, who forced her way into the farm home. Lester Heitland as the child visitor ir. the home added merriment to the situation. Was Comedy. The Lincoln township play,. "The Cure-All," was concerned with a family strife between Augustus Babbit played by W. L. Fulghum, and Amanda Beakley, played by Mrs. Vern Phillips. Both live in the same house but, because of a misunderstanding among these two heirs to the place, one lives on one side of the house and the other on the other, the living room being divided by a white line. The love interest centers around Doris Pritchard, played by Mrs. M. O. Hall, and Hagar Hall as Kent, a nephew of Babbit. These two devise a plan to bring the two together by the concocting of a new medicine which both parties are interested in. The clever plot, comica? situations and good character portrayals- made this an entertaining production. Other characters in the play were Milton Phillips as Dr. Paul Harper and Mary Trainer as Clara. Morgan. Orchestra Personnel Given. Music was presented by the Eden rural school orchestra with the personnel: Josephine Kowalsky, Vera Medlin, Helen Duregger, Sam Spil- nian, Gordon Toresdahl, Faith Wood, violinists; Junior Medlin, saxophone; Duane Stork and Mer- lilyn Waller, clarinets; Mary Spilman, pianist, and Harold Hartwig, cornet. Karl Bowlin is director of this orchestra which was just organized this year. Shirley Stanfield presented several violin selections and the Wolford sisters were presentd in a trio, playing thir own accompaniment. R. M. Hall gave a short talk on the value of co-operation in Farm Bureau work as well as buying and selling. Laurence Bless led the community singing. A committee served a lunch at the close of the program. Name Regent of Clear Lake D. A. R. Club )inner at Sondrol Home Concludes Year's Program. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Sam Kennedy was elected , regent of the Daughters- of American Revolution at the concluding session of the year Friday night. Mrs. George Ott is the retiring regent. Others elected were: Mrs. C. F. Crane, vice president; Mrs. A. A. Joslyn, corresponding secretary; Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, recording secretary; Mrs. Edith Naylor, treasurer; Mrs. James White, chaplain; Miss Mollie McGowan, historian; Mrs. A. I. Sondrol, custodian, and Mrs. Earl Ashland, registrar. A 6:30 dinner was served at the Mrs. Edith Naylor and Mrs. A. I. Sondrol home. Assisting on the committee were Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, Mrs. Joslyn and Mrs. Ashland. Reports for the year were given. Guests of the dinner were: Mrs. C. Johnson, Chicago; Mrs. Briggs, St. Paul; Mrs. J. C. Williams and Miss Belva Ehle, Clear Lake. Legion Auxiliary to Elect Delegates at Session Monday CLEAR LAKE--The American Legion auxiliary will convene Monday night at the clubroom instead of the regular night of Wednesday, due to the fourth district spring conference which will be hfeld at that date at New Hampton. Delegates for the spring conference will be selected at this time. A large delegation from both the Legion and Auxiliary are planning to attend. A program will be presented and refreshments served at the local meeting which is in charge of Mrs. Forde Lee, Mrs. F. L. Knutson and Mrs. Joe Powell. Plans for the observance of Memorial day will also be observed. A membership drive will be concluded at the spring conference. Marian Bieber Winner in Shorthand Contest CLEAR LAKE--Marian Bieber iias been selected as one of the twenty-five prize ivinners in the sixth annual high school shorthand contest conducted by the American Institute of Business. Des Moines. Shorthand students from one hundred high schools were represented in this contest. The local shorthand classes are under Miss Muldown. MOTHER-DAUGHTER BANQUET PLANNED. The Mother and Daughter banquet of the Congregational church will will be held Wednesday at 6:30 o'clock at the church. Group 1 of .he ladies' aid is sponsoring the af- "air. Mrs. William Hathorn of Mason City will be t.he sneaker. The sophomores are: larjorlc Bartlett Irving Hepner Bob BlUs Ved a Klmrey Beatrice Chamberlain Ruth Marshall -onstancs Clarke Florence Pappas BoD Cookmai! Jane patton Evelyn De Graw Eileen Payne an Elbert Lloyd Fairbanks /Irglnta Fannakto 'lorence French ^ortne George 'eggy George Jelen Harris Melva Haun Mrs. Aurdal Is Named Head of Crescent Club CLEAR LAKE -- Crescent club members held a May breakfast Thursday morning at the Mrs. H. N. Halvorson home, North First street. Assisting on the committee were Mrs. A. B. Phillips, Mrs. R. J. Aurdal, Mrs. R. R. Rogers and Mrs. Marion Peterson. Tables were attractively decorated with spring flowers and tapers Mrs. F. B. Millard, Burlington, was the guest of the club. Mrs. R. J. Aurdal was elected president of the club for the ensuing year, Mrs. Harold Thompson vice president; Mrs. J. C. Daven port, secretary, and Wurtzer, treasurer. Mrs. E. L IENIORS TO GIVE COLORFUL PLAY (Continued from Schoul 1'aRCj The juniors arc: Magdalene Kartcl Helen Kantk Rebecca KltalB Dftrlene Mavcs Mary K. Murphy RQKtr Pedelty Dorothy Schlcaberj Alice Sivwrlffbt Dorothy Sullivan Walter Sweet John Thomas Maxine Weber Martin Yoseloff Mary Zajlcefc Doris Peterson Virginia sazanovlch Barbara Scott Robert Servlson Naomi Stevens Shirley Sweeney Lyle Waddle Jack Wallace The freshmen are: Bill Armstrong an JJaumgarlner lary Belberoff can Bltterman .laxina Black .fartan Bouda Jary Burrets Immy Challas eanne Chamberlain lay Clotigh Betty Mac Curtis ^ m e y Daniels !"eresa Dl Marco Evelyn Farmakls larke Gage B'ob Green Amy Lou Haight a Hebrank Rosle Hefmbuck Py Heneman Ruth Jones Myma Kerr Grace Lad wig Wilton I/earner Life Lcbr Mildred Ludlow William McClellan James McWater Ann Maassen Eloys Meuwlasen Margie Morris Fred 0'Green Mary Jean Paul Doris Read Mary Jane Ruscell William Shoemaker Betty Swarner Mary Jane Thome Sam Traub James Wagner Jean White Esther wik Lois WHson Bonnie Jean Zack 312 FAMILIES RECEIVE HELP April Report Shows League Made 1,627 Contacts During Month. A total of 312 families received Id from the Social Welfare league urlng April, according to the monthly report given by Mrs. Mabel Blaise, secretary, at the Hotel Hanord Friday. Of this number 292 vere old families and 20 were new amilies. A total of 190 families re- eived service only and 122 families eceived service and relief. Relief was given in grocery or- ers to 87 families, fuel orders to 6, milk to 21, financial adjustments 0 13, new clothing to 14 /nd 1,200 rticles of clothing were distributed rom the sewing room. Forty-eight visits were made in lehalf of clients, 16 to clients, 705 elephone calls were received, 43 etters written, 815 office calls re- eived, totaling 1,627 contacts for he month. 13 FRESHMEN ON SUPER-HONOR ROLL (Continued from School Page) involving his daughter. Jack Shipley as Lord Ferguson, portrays a very unusual role in the person of an officer, who possesses a rare sympathy for Annie, whom he loves but never wins. Spence has woven a unique combination of poignancy and pathos in his dramatic interpretation of the famous ballad. Relieving the tense moments in the romance, comedy has also been provided. The melodies to be featured throughout the production add to the impressiveness of it, as well as lending variety The play, first of its kind ever to be presented by M. C. H. S., offers opportunities to both cast and staff to employ rare technique. As a final bow, the senior class has made a wise choice in producing "Annie Laurie" for Mason City drama fans --M. Y. Anson Weeks Orchestra Booked for Surf Dance CLEAR LAKE -- Anson Weeks and his famous orchestra who played his first engagement at Clear Lake last summer at the Surf ballroom and roof garden, returns for a one night engagement Thursday, May 7, at the Surf, through arrangements of the Music Corporation of America. Weeks and his versatile band recently concluded a successful engagement at the Aragon and Trianon ballrooms in Chicago and were among the first orchestras to play over the National and Columbia broadcasting- systems. IMMIGKATION IS TOPIC FOR SOROSIS CLUB. Mrs. E. B. Stiilman entertained members of the Sorosis club at a postponed meeting at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. O. A. King and Mrs. Jennie Sanders presented the lesson on "Immigration." Mrs. J. W. Pattie, county chairman of federated clubs, was a guest of the club. The final luncheon will be held June 11 at the Mrs. Nina Daker home in the country. s. Theodore Olson Services Held Here Funeral services for Mrs. Theodore Olson, 55, who died at her home, 251 Eighth street southeast, early Wednesday morning following an illness, were held at tie Trinity Lutheran church Saturday afternoon, with the Rev. Oliver L. N. Wigdahl, pastor, in charge. Pallbearers were John Huffman, William Hinrichs, Paul Scott, Dean Denzell, J. L. DeLaney and Norman Lysne. Ushers at the church were Simon Sagen and Harold McGowan. Burial was at Elwmood cemetery. Kindred to Address Townsend Meeting The Rev. L. H. Kindred of the Nazarene church will be the speaker at the meeting of Tc-wnsend club No. 1 at the P. G. and E. auditorium Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Musical numbers will include playing and singing by Coleen, Jean, Don and Pat Phalen, several numbers by the Melody Singers, one of Mrs. Agnes Bennett's classes, and a vocal duet by Mr. and Mrs. Kindred. A L. Sherin has been elected the delegate and C. W. Files, alternate delegate to the state convention at Des Mc.ines May 20. The local club is supporting Mr. Sherin for election by the convention to the national ad- risory council. St. John's Wins Tussle At Algona Academy Park ALGONA--The Algona academy baseball team lost to St. John's of Bancroft 15 to 0 Friday afternoon j at the A!gona diamond, in the first j home game of the season. | Much Ado-About Nothing Having escaped becoming "all wet" in the tug-of-war, Nose- Bnuf continues "guest-starring" glamorous stuts, giving you a doublefeature program this week. Our portals packed with plenty pulling and pushing the spring activities along, it's not an easy matter to pick the spotlight receivers. Exploring the footlights and footlighters we discover Domini Haynes doing some "hot" rehearsing as the leading femme, in the "Annie Laurie" company. It's a. pleasure to welcome her to a seat in Much Ado! Tell me, Domini what do you think of the role you're portraying in the Wall Spence romance ? "It's great, and I'm glad to be able to play the part. It's really a thrill!" Thank you! And here comes Johnny Thompson, newly elected junior prexy. Johnny, that smile of yours looks like a million bucks and I'm glad to ask you to "Saturday night it'' with me. What d'ya say kid? I was more than glad the juniors won, but judging by the mud spattered on the juniors, an outsider would have had a hard time telling WHO won!" Domini and Johnny, c'mon and make another bow for the folks! Next week--another double feature program. Adieu, Nose-Enuf. LAKE THEATRE 1 f i « SATURDAY 1A IOC Double Feature I W C SATURDAY Double Feature "Charlie Chan's Secret" "Singing Vagabond" SUNDAY--MONDAY Carole Lombard Preston Foster "LOVE Before BREAKFAST'' Added Attractions "Hit and Bun Driver" "Late News" "June Bride" "Hurry for Rhythm" Sunday Sfatlne* Till 2--31c Eve.--Adults 26c, Children lOc PARK THEATER Tonigh A Warner Bros. Picture "SONG OF THE SADDLE' News - Vitaphone Vaudeville Scrappy Cartoon. lOc and IGc SUNDAY and MONDAY A Paramount Picture "ANYTHING GOES' with Bing Crosby-Ethel Mcrmai Charles KuRgles Hollywood News - Scrappy Car toon - Vifaphone VaudevUle lOc and 16c 3 ays $10 and Costs for First Violation of State Fishing Laws Frank Funk was fined 510 and osts by Justice of Peace Roe 'hompson Friday on the charge of ishing without a license. As this was the first fishing law Eolation before Thompson's court this spring, the defendant was given he minimum fine. Funk was arrested by Jack Ste- ·ens, conservation officer, while ishing- in Winnebago river at the Taylor bridge. A LOT OF RADIO for LITTLE MONEY and Only A WEEK BUYS IT! While They Last! Regular Price .... With Maximum Trade-In You Pay Only ... $65.00 15.50 The supply of these exceptional Philco Radio buys is limited ... so come in soon. 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