The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · 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, April 4, 1939
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TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE The Public Is Invited to North Central Iowa Rod and Gun Club Meeting at State Lodge, Tuesday, 8 P. M. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LIST MEMBERS TO ENTERTAIN Committees For Wa-Tan-Ye.Club Named For Year · CLEAR LAKE--Dinner and entertainment committees appointed Monday night by Miss Charlotte Skene, president of Wa-Tan-Ye club, for the ensuing year include Mrs. Nita Church and Mrs. Bertram A, Morse, April; Miss Skene and Mrs. William Burkliart, May; Mrs. Mollie Wellmon and Mrs. W. C. Witke, June; Miss Linda Herriman and Miss Mollie McGowan, July; Mrs. Louis Bass and Miss Lucile Olson, August; Miss Gladys Lomen and Miss Genevieve Hansen, September; Dr. Jane Wright and Mrs. Veneta Beckner, October; Miss Helen Lyon and Miss Lucia E. O'Neil, November; Miss Dorothy Runcie and Mrs. Mary Bowman, December; Mrs. Viola Hess and Mrs. -Gerald Brocks, January, and Miss Abbie Eldridge and Miss Lbmen, February. On the publicity committee are Miss Lyon, Mrs. Brooks, Miss O'Neil and Miss Lomen; membership, Mrs. Witke, Miss Lyon and Miss Lomen; initiation, Mr». Morse, Mrs. Brooks and Miss Skene, and flowers, Miss Huncie, Mrs. Burkhart and Mrs. Hess. Current events were used for roll call and Miss Skene read a belated letter for Founders' day sent by a former member, Mrs. Earl Kugler, Springfield, 111. Mrs. Church and Mrs. Morse will arrange the program for April 17 when memorized quotations will be used for roll call. It was noted in the Wa-Tan-Ye that the name of Miss Aileen Wiimer, former teacher in the Clear Lake schools and now a demonstrator for General Electric, is vice president of the Wa-Tan-Ye club at Freeport, 111. * * * PLAN LUNCHEON AT LEGION HALL A 1 o'clock picnic luncheon to be served at Legion hall Monday, 'CLEAR LAKE'S DAILY NEWSPAPER' Clear Lake Congratulates The Surf Ballroom and Carl Fox Congratulations to CARL FOX and THE NEW SURF Peter's Restaurant Clear Lake Sand · Gravel OUR PRODUCTS WERE USED IN THE CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING OF THE BEAUTIFUL NEW SURF BALLROOM Clear Lake Sand - Gravel Congratulations TO THE SURF Ballroom CLEAR LAKE GOLF CLUB and RITZ CAFE and RITZ HOTEL BAYSIDE CLEAR LAKE'S SMARTEST D1NI AND DANCE SPOTS April "10, complimentary to Mrs. Trances Van Winkle, Fairfield, D. 17. V. inspector, was planned at ihe regular meeting of the order at Legion hall Monday evening. Following the luncheon regular vork for inspection will be put on at 2:30 o'clock. All officers are to wear white for the occasion. Juests are expected from Mason :iiy. An invitation from Dorothy Dix tent No. 42, Mason City, to attend the annual G. A. R. program April 6 was received by the local rroup, Jessie Home tent No. 45, "Several members plan to attend. * » * HOLD DISCUSSION OF ~OULTRY PROBLEMS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Furteigh entertained the Clear Lake Poul- ry Improvement association at heir home for the first evening ;ession of the year Monday night. VTr. and Mrs. William Anderson were in charge of the program which consisted of discussion of poultry problems and related ques- ions. A picnic lunch was served. The next meeting will be May 1. Frank Foster, who has been ill !or a week with flu, is somewhat letter. Mr. and Mrs. Foster have received a message stating that their daughter, Mrs. Ed Cheney, arrived safety last week at her lome in Froid, Mont, after visiting in Clear Lake 10 days. To Play at Surf Opening Thursday To Mel Hester (above) and his orchestra goes the honor of providing music for dancing Thursday night at the grand opening of the remanded Surf ballroom. NICE GOING, CARL PETERSON Standard Service Best Wishes to THE SURF From K UN'S ITCHEN BE BEAUTIFUL WHEN HE TAKES YOU TO THE G R A N D OPENING OF T H E BEAUTIFUL N E W SURF BALLROOM Phone 334 Beauty Nook AL CARDARELLI SAYS: "Congratulations to Carl Fox and the Fine NEW SURF BALLROOM" From SHADY BEACH CLUB THE SOUTH SHORE'S SWART NIGHT CLUB YOUNG WOMEN JOIN NEW CLUB Miss Velma Jones Is Chosen President of "Isididians" CLEAR LAKE--Miss Velma Jones was chosen president of the 'Isididians" club, a new organ- zation of young women formed at Miss Jones' home, Monday evening. Miss Reva Jacobson was named vice president, Miss Amy Lou Carey, secretary, Miss Dor)thy Juhl, treasurer, and Miss wOis Wood, press correspondent. The evening was spent playing sinochle and lunch was served. Miss Jacobson will be hostess April 17. * * * IENTURY CLUB HOLDS APRIL FOOL'S FAKTY Members of the Century club ?njoyed an April Fool's party for :he regular meeting held at the Congregational church parlors Wonday evening with a good at- :endanee. April Fool pranks were played on each couple arriving and registering. Games, contests and stunts were the diversion of .he evening and small prizes were awarded. An Easter theme was used in table decorations and menu for lunch. The next meeting will be May 1. * * * MRS. MINNIE FUNT '.S NEW MEMBER Mrs. Minnie Funt was wel- :omed as a new member ol the Laf-a-Lot club which met at the home o£ Mrs. H. H. Walrod Monday afternoon in celebration of the tetter's birthday anniversary. Surf Grand Opening Thursday Night rank S. Long Rites at Congregational Church Wednesday CLEAR LAKE--Funeral serv- ces for Frank S. Long, 78, who died early Monday morning at Us home, 205 Pearl street, of a heart attack,, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Congregational church. The ?ev. David L. Kratz, pastor of he Church of Christ, will conduct he rites and burial will be in Clear Lake cemetery. Ward's funeral home is making the arrangements. New $15,000 Remodeling Program Nears Completion Mel Pester to Play for Grand Opening Thursday Night . Richard Casperson and Mrs. Alfred Isaacson were guests and the time was spent in sewing and visiting. A gift was presented, to Mrs. Walrod and a picnic lunch served. Mrs. Funt will be the next lostess. * * * MISS NETHA CARR IS CLUB HOSTESS Miss Netha Carr entertained members of the O. N. O. club at her home Monday evening with perfect attendance. The Misses Kathleen Watts and Carr were appointed a committee to plan and arrange with the Double M club for a dinner dance next week. The Misses Elizabeth Hughes, Jane Caffrey and Marian Bieber were appointed to arrange for a picnic for the next meeting, April 17. Bridge was played with high score prize going to Miss Wauneta Fankell and low to Miss Audrey Diebler. Lunch was served at the close. * * * CALIFORNIANS ARE DINNER GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leonard and daughter, Mrs. Louise Basse, Garden Grove, Cal., were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Knutson Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard and daughter who have been visiting at the home of Mrs.. Leonard's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ole Prcstholt, and with other relatives for several weeks, left Tuesday for their home. CLEAR LAKE--Grand opening of the Surf ballroom will be staged Thursday night of this week, as workmen rush to corn- Advertising the new Surf and u»u 10 com- Ter P ballrooms is the Ford deplete a 515,000 interim remodeling lux f c ° u P e . obtained through Ma' reek aeo sons garage and shown Below on this page. Sincere Congratulations to CARL FOX June Johnny FAMOUS FOR VEGETABLE HAMBURGERS CURB SERVICE Congratulations to Carl Fox and His New Improved Surf Greater than this is that.CarJ's interest is not limited to owning and operating the most beautiful Dance Pavilion in Iowa but extends into every worth while project of our community. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN CLEAR LAKE program begun a week ago. The famous dance center has had its face lifted in time for the general prs-Easter beautifying md svill present a dazzlingly new 'front" to its host of followers over the state. Probably the chief attraction among the many improvements is the new sunken floor, lowered seven and one-half inches to set off the dance floor proper from the surrounding terrace. A. H. Skellingar, Clear Lake house mover, handled the job of raising and lowering the entire floor to facilitate installation o£ a new foundation. Lumber materials were furnished by Page and Crane. Another popular innovation is the installation of colorful new lighting fixtures on the ceiling and walls. New bars have been built, including a small accessory bar in the southwest part o£ the ballroom provided to shorten trips of waitresses and speed up service All new booths are being installed, replacing the old booths and tables, and 420 yards of rug carpeting have been laid on the terraces surrounding the dance Gi ERNEST ANDERSON GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR THE NEW SUNKEN FLOOR AT THE NEWLY REMODELED SURF BALLROOM. All Types of Construction and Remodeling ERNEST ANDERSON floor. The band stage has been ;ompletely remodeled and is now terraced to bring it lower and closer to the dance floor. Mel Pester and his orchestra )r the grand opening Thurs- ill Netting for Pike to Continue at Lake CLEAR LAKE--Gill-netting for pike will continue for a week or 10 days Ray Sutler, superintendent of the state fish hatchery, announced Tuesday, following a test run Monday night. The season usually lasts 10 or 12 days. A truck load of live carp was shipped Tuesday to New York City and plans \vere made to send another Wednesday. Live carp are for sale at the fish hatchery also. Carp seining will continue indefinitely. KOOL STEIN and WITHE'S BEACH 4- + + NICE COIN', NEIGHBOR! WE'RE PROUD TO BE RIGHT NEXT DOOR TO THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BALLROOM IN THE MIDDLE WEST Enjoy the SURF GRAND OPENING With Your Spring Clothes Freshly Cleaned and Pressed By ion Lutheran Aid o Present Lenten ^ogram Thursday CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Harry vans and Mrs. Donald Oehlert vill give readings for the Lenten rogram of the Zion Lutheran Aid o be held at the church Thursday fterncon. Mrs. Peter Miller will resent a group of Lenten poems nd appropriate musical numbers vill be heard. Mrs. Carl Ashland nd Mrs. Ole Ashland will sing a uet, Donald Lomen will play a ornet solo and Eugene Meier a larmet number. Frederick Rogers nd Donald Lomen will sing a duet md the Rev. Ruben Mostrom -will' give a Lenten talk. Mr. and Mrs. Will Paul, Belle- ·ue, arrived Sunday to spend a ~ew days with the latter's father lames Kern, who is at the Park lospital, Mason City, with a broken hip. Mr. Kern is doing nicely and is able to sit in a wheei -?hair a short time each day. PHONE 724 IN CLEAR LAKE D lan Programs for ioly Thursday, Good riday Services CLEAR LAKE--Members o£ the Zion United Lutheran church will lave an opportunity to attend two pecial services at the church Thursday and Friday evenings according to an announcement Tuesday by the pastor, the Rev. Ruben Mostrom. Both services vill open at 8 o'clock and will be ireceded for 15 minutes by spec- al music on the Hammond organ. On Holy Thursday night the senior choir will sing "God So -oved the World" by Steiner and he juniors will sing "O Lamb oi Sod." A men's quartet and girls' rio will also sing and the Rev. Mr. Mostrom will preach on "Jeus Christ Our High Priest." On Good Friday night new nembers will be received and Holy Communion held. Communi- ants are asked to register with he pastor. Mrs. Ole Ashland and YTrs. Carl Ashland will sing "O Sacred Head" for this service. On Easter Sunday Luther eague members will hold a sunrise song service at 6:45 o'clock and the Easter Festival service will be held at 11 o'clock. We Congratulate Carl Fox on his enterprise in keeping t h e Surf Ballroom the leading ballroom in the state. j We appreciate our | part in furnishing the building material for the extensive improvements just completed. Page 8 Crane Lumber Co. "The Town Clock Lumber Co." MITCHELL ELECTRIC SERVICE WAS USED IN THE SURF REMODELING. FOR COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN THE CLEAR LAKE AREA. PHONE 53 COUNCIL NAMES CITY EMPLOYES Annual Report of Health Officer Is Accepted, Filed CLEAR LAKE -- Appointments made by the city council at H» meeting held Monday evening included R. C. IngersoU, city clerk, with Miss Elizabeth Hughes, clerk's assistant; Verne Hinds, superin-, tendent of water plant and inspector of plumbing and sewers; J. R. Buttleman, day police; O. T. Wdoldridge, night police; H. S. Levisay, street commissioner; Paul Palmer, truck driver; A. B. Thornbury, garbage collector and sanitary police; Guy Coyier, cemetery sexton and caretaker at disposal plant; James Buck, assistant se»-' ton; E. R. Boyle, city solicitor; Dr. N. W. Phillips, health officer and dairy inspector; Will Scherf, weed" commissioner; John Nesheim, caretaker at city dump, and Mrs. W. A, Tedder, caretaker of publl« toilets. Dr. Phillips gave the annual 19* port of the health officer, listing the number of cases of contagious diseases reported during 1938, giving the sanitary conditions in ihe city, the status of the garbage collection and the condition ot tt« milk supply. His report was accepted and placed on file. The council then met with W. H. Orr, city assessor, as a board at review and adjourned to meet again at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. The -work of the board at review will continue. Mr*. Fern Olson, who ha» been ill several weeks, is improving and able to be up part of the time. Her daughter, Miss Irene Austin, Mason City, spent Sunday at the home and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Toppin were callers. CLEAR LAKE'S OLDEST DAIRY CONGRATULATES IOWA'S NEWEST BALLROOM THE SURF THE SURF CHOSE A FORD New Ford De Luxe Coupe in Cherry-Maroon advertise* the Surf and Terp Ballrooms TO ADVERTISE THE MID-WEST'S FINEST BALLROOM SOLD BY MASON'S GARAGE IN CLEAR LAKE GRAND OPENING OF THE NEW SURF BALLROOM On North Shore of CLEAR LAKE THURSDAY, APRIL 6 MUSIC BY MEL PESTER ^ ORCHESTRA · A MUSICAL TREAT FOR DANCING FEET · ENTERTAINMENT _ MODERN RHXTHM -- NOVELTIES LADIES Zee GENTS 74c COMPLETELY · REMODELED · REDECORATED · REFURNISHED NEW · BAND SHELL · BOOTHS, BAR · SUNKEN DANCE FLOOR BeautWnl'new lighting- fixtures . . . Luxuriously carpeted lounges . . . Better seating accommodations. FRIDAY--DON ROTH AND HIS ELECTHIC BA.VD · MIXED DANCE · ZSc -- 41c -- TAX INCL. - TAX INCL. Special Late Bus Service to Mason City Afier Dances ROUND TRIP 25c Learn to Dance--Dance Class Every Sunday, 8:45 to 9:30 Then Regular Dancing 50 INSTRUCTORS OUR EASTER, ffXN n Hf\ r*f TKXAT FOB YOU BOB P O P E SAT. -- AL MENKE PLUS ADDED ATTRACTION 26c -- 74c -- Tax Incl. AND BIS BRUNSWICK ,,. ,,,,, « ,, ,, RECORDING BAXD · THE SENSATION OF THE OLD SOUTH * LADIES 26c GENTS 60c _ TAX INCL. · In appreciation of ihe patronage we have enjoyed since the Surf was opened nearly six years ago, we have, again, expended thousands of dollars in order to give our patrons the finest in Ballroom Accommodations WE HOPE . . . THAT YOU WILL LIKE - The NEW SURF Truly--I oiva's Most Beautiful Ballroom

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