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May 9, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE M A Y O 1934 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W_ No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 DAUGHTERS TO HONOR MOTHERS Mrs. Storvick to Give Talk at Banquet for Lutheran Girls Group. CLEAR LAKE, May 9.--The Lutheran Daughters of the Reformation, a young women's organization of the Zion Lutheran church plans to hold a mother and daughter banquet Monday evening at the church. A good program has been arranged with special significance to Mother's day. , Mrs. R. O. Storvick of Mason City, who has served as missionary to China win give the main address of the' evening on the importance of Christian living in the home. Miss Genevieve Hansen, president of the organization, will serve as toastmistress at the banquet The Rev. H. O. Unless will give the invocation. Marguerite Halvor- eon will give the address of welcome and Mrs. Peter Anderson will give the response. Miss Florence Hansen will tell of the origin of Mother's day and the Rev. Mr. Urness will speak briefly. Music will be furnished by a quartet, Clifford Vik who will give a vocal selection and Dagny Hoirup who will play a violin solo. Lucille Olson will give a reading, "In Life's Garden." The Ladies' Aid of the church will prepare the dinner and the men of the church will serve it. Members of the group 'and Hanssn's store have tickets on sale. Beer Permits Granted Two Lake Businesses CLEAR LAKE, May 9.--Class B beer permits were granted to Mrs. Margaret Hartz operating business at the Whit's Night Spot, and to Frank Meyers, operating at tie Rendezvous at the special meeting of the city council held Tuesday night. A. R. Petersen, city marshal, issued a warning this morning against all holders of beer permits in the city. Complaints have been received that permit holders ars violating the act regulating the sale of beer. It stated that if sales continued on Sunday, all .violators will be prosecuted by a. fine of not less than _?300 orjnore than $1,000, or by im- prisonment'in county jail not less than thrae months or more than one year and revoking of license. , E. F. Kelroy was issued a pool hall license. A resolution providing for the 'refunding bond issue due May 1 was passed by the group. Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Dance at Surf ballroom, ' Vern Winters playing. Crescent club luncheon at Mrs. George Ott home, 1. Public aupper at Catholic church Royal Neighbors and Woodmen meet at I. O. O. F. hall. Rotary club meets at the .1. 0. O. F. halj at noon. Friday--Star club meets with Mrs. Vern Peterson. Linger Longer dub meets with Mrs. F. M. Meinecke, Forest City. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom Frenchy Graffolier playing. Dance Community building White Eagle .orchestra. ·ft A A 9f THEATER JT A i% Ik Clear Lake Wednesday -- 10c and Tax "BEFORE MIDNIGHT" Thursday-Friday--lOc and Tax Ken Maynard In "TRAIL DRIVE" Frank Miles to Give Commencement Address 47 Students Will Be Graduated From Lake High May 30. CLEAR LAKE, May 9.--Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Legion- aire, the official publication of the American Legion, of DCS Moines, will be the speaker at commencement services for the Clear Lake igh school on May 30 at the Community building. A class of 47 students will receive diplomas at this service. Presentation of the class with the awards and scholarship rankings and several musical selections will be included on the program. Are 9 Boys. Thirty-eight of the 47 graduates are girls, while the other nine are boys. A number of the boys in the class lacked credits to graduate. Graduates include: Lillian R. Alter, K. Margaret Andersen, Stanley H. Andersen, Gretchen G. Bohning,^ Harjorie Lorraine Carlock, Charotte M. Chappell, Cora E. Clock, Lucile E. Crazier, V. Dorthy Dolley, Donald S. Eastman, Lolita Marie Gagnon, Evangeline V. Gardner, Leand M. Gardner, Marjorie A, Gleason and Myrtle Mae Grell. Are Included. Reuben E. Grell, Neva V. Harding, Ednabelle Harms, Mary Ann Hughes, Leona Blanche Humphrey, Glenara E. Jackman, Esther Louise Jacobs'en, Marguerite J. Johnson, Clara E. Kofoed, Emma E. Larson, Gladys lone Lomen, Roy B. Martin, J-., Ruth V. McGowan, Drusilla Mc- .aughlin, Madelyn Miles. LeRoy Miller, Esther Mae O'Brien, Bernice May Palmer, Lucille Irene Petersen, Catherine A. Porter. G. Eloise Sandry, Winifred R. Sandry, Phillip J. Sheridan, Dorothy M. Sherman, Clifford E. Vik, Helen M. Walrod, Virginia M. Westcott, Margaret L. Widger, Grace Lucille Winnie, L. Charlotte Wolford, Thomas D. Wood and Mary Virginia Yelland. LITTLE DAMAGE AS SHIPS BUMP lowan, Commander of Ship With U. S. Fleet, Dies of Natural Causes. WASHINGTON, May 9. UP--A brief message .intercepted by the navy department today, which was sent out during · the fleet's secret maneuvers in the Caribbean sea, said the cruiser Milwaukee and destroyer Simpson had been in col- tslon Monday night. The message said the Simpson, FRANK MILES Public supper, Catholic church, Thurs., May 10, 25 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Inkeep of Harshalltown visited Sunday at the rioyd Ward home east of Clear LAKERS TO WORK FOR SOUTH ROAD Delegation to Center With Iowa State Highway Group, Ames. CLEAR LAKE, May 9.--A committee has been appointed by the Clear Lake Commercial club to confer with the Iowa State Highway commission on extending the road around the lake close to the shore. The proposed route would be to link the new road through .Tangle- foot on the south shore with the pavement east of Garner. A straight road from Ventura to Garner following the railroad is now being considered by the commission. The local committee is composed of Ira Jones, E. B. Stillman and Ray Sandry. A delegation from Mason City and Clear Lake will be chosen to accompany them on the trip to Ames. Old-Time Dance to Be Held at Community Hall CLEAR LAKE, May 9.--The dances at the Community building each Saturday night have become quite popular with the older crowe of dancers. It is planned to hole special nights for this class of persons and Saturday night specia* prizes will be offered to the couple coming the longest distance for the dance. White Eagle orchestra will furnish the music. Dining in Cedar Rapid*! Vnittio MONTROSE COFPEE SHOP Gnat Wood's faxaotufarm Kfc aural* * Ere!!*** food «t thrifty price* Home of Radio Station KWCR and headquarters of the Cedar Rapids Auto Club. Located one block from the Union Station, in thecenter of business and social life, the DOOAAC Hotel Montro* KUUWb 't* k iW WithoutBath throughout the state for its eco- Srt £5S With Private homelike atmo*- Bath . flttm pberc. $225 OiMfahrf V tb* EPPLEY HOTELS CO. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moretz, Kensett, are parents of a nine pound b-'jy girl. The baby was named Loreen Ethel after its aunt, Mrs. eorge Kabrick, Crane street. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cowan and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Welb of Eagle rove spent Sunday at the Mrs. eorge E. Bonner home, South Second street. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dickirson- were at Thompson Monday visiting Mrs. Lars Lorentzen, Mrs. Dickirson's mother. Mrs. Emma Goldman of Clear Lake is caring for Mrs. Jorentren. The Congregational Ladies' Aid society met this afternoon at the church. A business meeting was held at 3:30 after which a program was given including a talk by Mrs, C. H.'Plattenburg, several solos by :he girls' sextet, and an acrobatic dance by some school girls. Mrs. L. 0. Kimball and Mrs. Norman Nelson are co-chairmen of the dinner which will be served at 6:30. Norma Jean is the name which Mr. and.Mrs. Leslie Adams have chosen for their daughter born Ias1 week at the Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. John SI. Slosson have moved into the Bob In cottage in Geist park for the summer season. The Royal Neighbors will meet Thursday night at the I. O. O. F hall. Officers will practice for convention. Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Mackin of Mt Pleasant arrived Tuesday to open up their summer home on South Third street. Miss Vera' Slifgard, manager of Vera's Beauty Salon, will return Wednesday night from Waterloo where she visited her parents and relatives visiting from Louisiana. Mr. and Mrs. E, B. Purse of Mason City, have leased the Sitzei house on the north shore for a year Mr. PUrse is associated with the Shell Petroleum company. Houseguests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Roscoe Miller are Mrs Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Millard of Burlington. Mrs. Miller and son, John, plan to accompany them home for a week's stay. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Miller are the parents of a son born at their farm home south of Clear Lake Tuesday. Mr. and Blrs. Roscoe Herriman of Quincy, 111., are spending this week of vacation with Mr. Herriman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Herriman, South Third street. escorted by the repair' ship Melville, was proceeding under its own steam to Guantanamo naval base. The condition of the Milwaukee was not reported and naval officials said they assumed it was not damaged. A message from the battleship Tennessee said the vessel's com- ma'nding officer, Capt. William Woods Smyth, Marion, Iowa, had died from natural causes aboard the hospital ship Relief now with the fleet Smyth, one of the navy's most brilliant technical experts, was an advisor to the American delegation at the London naval conference. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Gertrude Smyth, residing temporarily in Philadelphia. 25 Cattlemen Study National Program for Beef Industry WASHINGTON, May 9. (.-P)--A group of 25 cattlemen representing the entire beef producing industry of the country assembled here today to prepare a surplus-corrective prq- gram. Meeting at the call of Chester C. Davis, farm administrator, they were ready to take up the problem as outlined at a general meeting of cattlemen in Chicago April 26. The program to be developed will be referred back to producers at a series of regional conferences to be held during the coming month. Union Sunday Evening Services Planned by Mason City Churches The May meeting of the Mason City Ministerial association was held at the Grace Evangelical church. Seven members were present. Plans were made by the association to hold union Sunday evening services again during the hot summer months. The committee .to be resposible for all of the arrangements is made up of the Rev. A. W. Caul, the Rev. D. L. Kratz and the president, the Rev. Mr. Galbreth. There had been some discussion about planning for a city-wide vacation Bible school program. Because of the lateness of the season and because a number of the Individual churches had already made their plans for a vacation Bibte school, it was deemed best to postpone the city-wide effort until next summer. Plans had been made that the ministers bring their wives as guests to this the last regular meeting until next September, and a number of them were present to enjoy the fellowship and also the lunch that was served by some of the women of the Grace Evangelical church. Catholic Surper Planned. CLEAR LAKE, May 9.--The Catholic Ladies' Aid will hold a public supper at the church Thursday night. Mrs. John Chizek and Mrs. A. W. Verbeckmoes are cochairmen of the affair. Vem Winters and Frenchy Graffolier Bands Play at Surf CLEAR LAKE, May 9. -- Vern Winters and his band, a popular group of musicians from Waterloo, will play for the Thursday night dance at the Surf ballroom. Frenchy Graffolier and his band which had frequent bookings at the Surf last season will return for Saturday night dances. The grand opening of mixed dances will be held at the Surf Monday night. The popular broadcasting Little German band of Waterloo will play for the opening. It features German, Bohemian, Scandinavian and modern types of music. This is the first time the ballroom has been opened to the dancers of the rounds and square dances. Modern dances will be interspersed throughout the evening. TO: AM. HOLDERS OF BEER PERMITS IN THE CITY OF fLEAR LAKE, IOWA: You are hereby notified that 1 have re- celved complaints that beer Is being sold In the city of clear Lake. Iowa, on Sunday by holders of beer permits In violation of Section 23 of the act regulating the sale of beer In Iowa as amended by the Special Session of the 45th General Assembly. 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