The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 5, 1936 · Page 12
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 5, 1936
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 5 1936 May Breakfast for Mothers Is Planned by Wa-Tan-Ye Club CLEAR LAKE--The Wa-Tan-Ye club members will entertain their mothers at a May breakfast Sunday morning, according to arrangements made at the sesion Monday night at the peters restaurant. Local welfare work was discussed and action taken. The club will sponsor a benefit show at the Lake theater May 27 and 28. A large crowd from 'the local club plans to attend the association convention at Mason City May 17, 18 and 19. Motbers to Entertain Daughters at Banquet CLEAR LAKE--The Congregational mother-daughter banquet will be held Wednesday night at 6:30 o'clock at the church. Plans arc being made to accommodate about 100 persons at the dinner, which will be served at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs. William Hathorn, prominent club woman and worker with young' persons of Mason City, will be the principal speaker. Mrs. H. H. Crane will act as toastmaster and introduce the speakers. Mrs. H. E. Blough will give the -address of welcome and Marguerite Winnie will give the response. There will be vocal solos by Miss Dorothy Hardin and Mrs. C. A. Pease, accompanied by Mrs. F. E. DeMott and by the girls' sextet. Mrs. G. E. Troeger and Mrs. Edward Huntting. are co-chairmen of the program committee. Circle No. 1 with 'Mrs. Guy Wisgerhof are catering. Mrs. R. R. Rogers is chairman of the kitchen work and Mrs. J.'E. Brown, chairmen of the dining room. Late reservations may he made with Mrs. G. E. Frost. LAKE THEATRE TUESDAY ONLY Jackie. Cooper - Jean Hersholt "TOUGH GUY" Wednesday, Thursday, Friday D1ONNE QUINTUPLETS "THE COUNTRY DOCTOR" PARK THEATER Tonight $25 TO BE GIVEN AWAY At Park Tonight, Tuesday, May 5 A Warner Bros. Picture "BOULDER DAM" With Ross Alexander - Patricia Ellis and Lyle Talbot Hollywood News and Vitaphone Vaudeville. Admission 26c. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 NEW ARRIVALS AT LAKE RESORT Waterloo and Mason City Persons Listed Among Newcomers. CLEAR LAKE--New arrivals are coining to Clear Lake daily, taking possession of cottages around the lake for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McManus of Waterloo, moved to Clear Lake Friday and have taken the Wilcox cottage on South Second street for the summer. . Mr. and Mrs. Don Penn, Mason City, ha-vie moved into Tom's Cabin in Oakwood park for the summer. Vern Petersen has launched Mr. Penn's .speedboat after completely overhauling it. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Loomis, Mason City, have rented the Frank Goodman cottage on South Second street for 1 the season. They will take possession in several weeks. T. A. Heim of Charles City has rented the Oakcliffe cottage on the north shore owned by the J. C. Davenports. , L. D. Leach, who is employed at the Clear Lake bakery, has rented the Heath cottage on West Benton street for the season. . John S. Smith, 521 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, Mason City, has moved into Bunny's Nest on the south shore near the state park. Mr. and Mrs. Kidder and daughter, Corrine, of Mason City, have moved into their cottage, Family's Rest, on Glen Cove drive. Ventura Girl Bride of Warl Wetterling CLEAR LAKE---Miss Ella Hol- Jatz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holatz and Earl Wetterling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wetterling, of Ventura, were married Friday at 1:30 o'clock, at the home of the bride's parents. Attending the couple were Conrad Hollatz, Dorothy Pueggel, Esther Wetterling and Raymond Boehnke. A wedding dinner was served to about 40 guests. In the evening a reception was held at the St. John's church, north of Ventura. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS For Sale: Ijirge ice box. Ph. 79. Kobert Hulltt, who has spent the winter in Morrison, El., arrived Saturday to spend the summer in his cottages at P. M. park. Accompanying him were his son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hulitt of Shenandoah. For Bent: Apt, Avalon. Ph. 218. Mrs. Don Decker and two children will return to her home at Mason City after spending several days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Wurtzer. Harold Shoop and Mrs. "Dusty" Rhodes have accepted positions at the Diamond groce.ry. Bob Kruchten of Newton hag accepted a position as barber at the Nibbs Barber and Beauty shop in the Cerro Gordo bank building, arriving last week. Harry Wallace and his mother, Mrs. B. Wallace, moved their household goods to their new home at Chicago this week-end. Mr. Wallace resigned his position at the First National bank, Mason City, May 1. Dr. Richard V. Tisdale, New Koch- elle, N. Y., has returned to his home after spending several days as houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Byers, North Third street. Mr. and Mrs. VV. 3. Smith of Forest City have moved to 606 South Winnie street, in Beaver addition. Mrs. Henry Jeufgenson, who has spent the winter with relatives in Missouri, returned to her home on South Third street. Mrs. Fred Schwartz, Orchard avenue, wag taken to a Mason City hospital Tuesday for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hovrell of Ventura spent Sunday at Nevada with their daughter, Ruby, who is attending school there. She is recuperating from a major operation. M. E. public supper at church, Wed.] serving at 6. 35c a plate. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ehlers, Des Moines, spent the week-end with Mrs. Ehler's mother, Mrs. George Raw. South Third street. Boys and Girls!--Enroll now in Jimmie Allen club! Skelly, Home Oil Co. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lee of Ventura spent Sunday at Goodell at the home of Mr. and-Mrs. Ralph Hpfer. Francis Drew attended the spring formal dance at Iowa State college, Ames, oyer the week-end. A friend, Bob Weir,, accompanied him home, spending the week-end at the lake. Only a Few More Left! new 1935 model G-E "SPECIALS" STANDARD MODEL GENERAL ELECTRICS With Exclusive Forced Lubrication and Cooling $119.00 up With Your Old Ice Box While They Last! PAY LIKE RENT As Little As $5.00 Down $3.74 a Month C You ready can't afford fo wait another day to own a General Electric. You need its positive health protection. And every day, throughout the years to come you will want the matchless economy that the General Electric brings to you end your household. Each day you delay means money wasted, leisure time lost and the needless endangering of your family's health. A small WHY IT IS A BARGAIN! First CM! plus opcnitlnjj cost plus repair expense constitutes the true cost of rr-frlccrator ownership. Careful InvestiKa- tlnn will snow thai Gwicrsl Eltftrlc stands out nre-eml- nently in Ion- cost of ownership. Get the facts. down payment installs your choice of many G-E models. Make your choice now--start today to enjoy the full benefits of modern helpful, economic living. PAY THE CONVENIENT WAY Monthly On Your Electric Service Bill PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC COMPANY The Past Noble Grands club has ieen invited to be guests of the Maon City Past Noble Grands club at the L O. O. F. hali there Thursday fternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest .Grell of Venura were honored at a party at the 5t. John's church near Ventura lunday night in celebration of their ilver wedding anniversary. They ,-erc presented a set of silverware. Mrs. Franklin Miller of Minneapo- ia, who is visiting several weeks vith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. .. Drew. South Second street, will eave Saturday for Newark, N. J., to oin her husband, who has accepted a electrical position with the Pubic Service. A company of friends were entertained at the Jacob Stork home at Centura Friday night in celebration f his seventy-fourth birthday. Marriage of Lake Couple Is Announced -larriet Wallis and Henry Kimmel Take Vows at Newton, April 18. CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Wallis, South Third street, announce the marriage of their daughter, Harriet, to Henry Kimmel b£ Clear Lake, which was solemnized, Saturday evening, April 18 at Newton. The ceremony was performed before the fireplace in the library of the palatial home of H. L. Ogg, by the Rev. H. L. Kinser. The couple was attended by H. L. Ogg and Miss Jarlene Rice of Clear Lake. The bride wore a royal blue dress with accessories to match and 8 houlder corsage of pink and yel- ow rosebuds. Her attendant was attired in a blue suit with matching accessories. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served at the State cafe. The bride was graduated from the Clear Lake high school and- has aught rural schools in the county or several years. Mr. Kimmel has made his home Vith Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cain, north f Clear Lake, since a small boy. He s now employed in. Clear Lake. U S E D I C E B O X E S F O R S A L E C H E A P AUXILIARY TO SELL POPPIES Plan Fete to Honor Gold Star Mothers at Mrs. Colbiirn Home. CLEAR LAKE--A large crowd attended the American Legion auxiliary session at the city hall Monday night. Joe Powell and Mrs. T. E. Sondrol were chosen delegates and Mrs. E. L. Knutson and Mrs. F. P. Walker alternates, to the fourth district spring conference at New Hampton Wednesday. The auxiliary reached its quota in membership drive. Plans were made ;o sponsor Poppy day at Clear Lake and Ventura, May 23. One of the business house win- dfiws will be decorated in observance of Memorial day.- Plans were made to entertain the Gold Star mothers at an afternoon party at the Mrs. Mattie Colburn lome Thursday. The Gold Star mothers of this unit are Mrs. P. J. McGuire, Mrs. E. E. Oakes and Mrs. Smrna Kimball. The nominating committee was appointed at this time, Mrs. C. M. Pederson, Mrs. Phillip Furleigh and Mrs. Earl Ashland, Shirley Hayden and Lewis Cooper presented a group of dances, accompanied by Mrs. Henry Volstad. The poppy day committee, Mrs. Forde Lee,. Mrs. Joe Powell and Mrs. F. L. Knutson served refreshments. * * # PLAN FINAL SESSION OF MUSIC MOTHERS Plans have been made to hold the final Music Mothers session on May 18 at the city hall. A pot-luck luncheon will be served for which members are to bring sandwiches, dishes and a covered dish. Election of officers will be held at that time. The committee in charge of the affair includes Mrs. Clarence Conklin. Mrs. C. A. Comstock and Mrs. George Newman. Clear Lake Calendar Meet on K. E. Project. LEILAND--The businessmen and others of this community will hold a meeting Tuesday evening to subscribe money to fight abandonmen* of the M. and St. L. railroad through lere. In May Fete CLEAR LAKE--Bliss Dorothy do Bruyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. de Bruyn, 400 North Third street, Clear Lake, is one of six Iowa students at Carletoii college selected to take part in "The Nutcracker Fantasy," May pageant to be presented here at 6 p. m., May 16, by women of the college. Miss de Bruyn will be an Arab dancer in the fete, which is based on TschaiUovvsky's noted "Suite." . May fetes at Carleton began some 29 years ago with a simple dance to honor the coronation of a May queen. Each year since, the fetes have grown in elaborateness and beauty and importance until at the present time the presentation attracts thousands or spectators from all over the northwest. "The Nutcracker Fantasy" concerns a small girl, Claire, at whose garden party friends bring their toys. Claire's favorite top, a grotesque nutcracker, is broken, and the little girl weeps herself to sleep, to awaken in a dreamland wherein all the toys come to life and dance for her. The nutcracker turns into a Prince Charming, and whisks delighted Claire away to Fairyland. Broken Dollar Tavern Will Open Thursday CLEAR LAKE -- The Broken Dollar Tavern at Oakwood wil hold its' spring opening Thursda night, according to Mrs. Dora Sornson,, proprietor. A floor show and special music will feature the evening's entertainment. The tavern has been remodeled with the addition of a new dance floor and new booths. * SEWING CLUB GUEST OF MISS PATTEKSON Miss Dorothy Patterson entertained members of the Sewing club at her home Monday night. Guests ncluded Mrs. Franklin Miller, Minneapolis; Mrs. Harry Cash, Fertile: Mrs. Don Decker, Mrs. Leslie Adams, Mrs. Dorrance Day, Mason City Marlys Knutson, Harriet Sheridan and Maude Estelle Ver- beckmocs. * T * MAY BREAKFAST HELD FOE METHODIST GIELS Mrs. J. F. Charlesworth and Mrs. Walter Wood entertained the girls of 'the teen age of the Methodist Sunday school class at a May breakfast at 9:30 o'clock Saturday morning at the Charlesworth home, East Main street. Covers were laid for 1.7 guests at the three course breakfast. The tables were attractively decorated in pink and white color scheme with the pink snap-dragons. * * * TAB1THA CIRCLE TO PROVIDE AH) PROGRAM The Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid society will convene Thursday afteiv noon at 2:30 o'clock at the church The Tabitha circle will provide the program. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Hans Hendricksen Mrs. Harry Christensen, Mrs, Charles Eliasen, Mrs. Harry Ely, Miss Hannah Schonhood and Mrs O. M.. Olson. * * * SPRING PLANTING IS AID SOCIETV THEaiE The M. E. Ladies' Aid society will convene at the church Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The business session will be followed by a program in which Mrs. Lillian Humboldt County Has New Safety Council; Legion Chief Speaks HUMBOLDT--On call of the American Legion a score of Humbolclt- county organization representatives met Monday night and organized a county safety council, affiliated with the state safety movement. The local superintendent of schools was chosen temporary chairman. Speakers included Wesley G. Henke, state Legion commander, William Schmich, Carroll, district Legion adjutant, Peter Hanson, Manning, district Legion commander J. I Dolliver, department Legion vice commander, W. Earl Hall, president of the Iowa State Safety council, and Phil H. Sproul, executive secretary. Commander Cooper presided. Humboldt is the seventeenth Iowa county to institute such A council. Organization plans art under way in 68 additional counties. Oats Arc Reported Up. OSAGE--Although the weather last week was unusually cold, the oats are up and the pastures coming along in fine shape. No spring plowing could be done because of the wet fields but many farmers spent their time putting up new fences. No corn will be planted here until the fifteenth. Overton local florist, will give a talk on '"Spring Planting," and give a display of plants and shrubs. A public supper will be served at the church at 6 o'clock by circle No. 1. Farmers! There is a shortage of good farm seed. You do not have to take yours off your own property. A small for sale want ad will bring buyers and cash to your door, thus saving you time and money. Let the want ads be your market place. Others get results, so can you. No wonder so many read them. ANOTHER BIG HIT FROM B B SHOE STORE Vednesday--Plymouth Group No. 6 of Congregational Ladies' aid at Mrs. C. P. McVicker home, South Third street, assisted by Mrs. Fred Davis. M. E. Aid meeting and supper at church. Congregational Mother-Daughter banquet at church, 6:30. Townsend club at city hall, debate by district officers. Thursday--Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid at church, 2:30. Rotary club at I. 0. O. F. hall, 12:15. Royal club at Mrs. Julius Oelhert, south of Clear Lake, assisted by Mrs. H. H. Grattidge. Pythian Sisters Mothers' tea at library clubrooms, 3. Dance at Surf, Anson Weeks playing'. Friday--U. Y. B. club at Mrs. Sam Schumacher home, North Second street. Young Democrats club card party at city hall, 7:30. . I Lincoln school operetta, '.'(Little Red Riding Hood," at high school auditorium, 7:45. Mixed dance at Surf. Academic Tests Are Given to High School CLEAR LAKE--All high school students competed in the Iowa Every-Pupil testing program Monday and Tuesday at the Clear Lake high school. All students competed in the English Correctness and -just eleventh and twelfth graders competed in the Contemporary Affairs test both held Monday. Academic tests given Tuesday to the students in the respective classes were: General science, physics, world history, algebra, English literature, American government. Latin, geometry and biology. The final scholarship contest will , e held on June 1 and 2 at the State University of Iowa, Iowa City., ROLLINS -SJ GRAND GALA O P E N I N G The TAVERN THURSDAY, MAY 7th HIGHWAY 106--BAYSIDE CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Fun for All--All for Fun SPECIAL Floor Show - Good Music NEW DANCE FLOOR JUST INSTALLED Booths -- Tables Old Friends Invited New Friends Welcome Don't Forgel the Date! A Good Time for Everybody A SPECIAL FACTORY PURCHASE OF 1200 PAIRS! Chiffons and Service Weights AN IDEAL, THRIFTY GIFT FOR MOTHER'S DAY THAT'S BUT A FEW DAYS AWAY! . Every Pair Ringless . . . Reinforced Toes, Heels and Seams THE NEW SUMMER SHADES SUN BRONZE SUN RUST RUSTIC THRUSH DOVE BLUE MIST 3 DAYS STARTING WEDNESDAY ENDING FRIDAY This is the same favorite stocking we have been and will again after this event feature at 79c per pair. We absolutely guarantee every pair to be perfect and not to be seconds or sub-standard grades. *B 105 NORTH FEDERAL AVENUE

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