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March 25, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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..TZr ^ m .m a «ii«aaBaem«iiMatt!aai mm .x- , , . . . . .------ EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 25 · 1937 Ill "Jii C * ' f I r Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239- ' ; LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWIGG[NS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 WILL BROADCAST : KGLOPROGRAM : Band to Perform at Wagner- Mozart Music Hall : Saturday. CLEAR LAKE--Clear Lake - high school band will broadcast a I program from the Wagner-Mozart "Music hall ip.,Mason City over " KGLO Saturday afternoon from 3 - until 4 o'clock according.to John I Kppecky, director. The band, consisting of more I than 40 pieces^ was rated superior - in th'e sub-district music contest ,Z held-at Britt last week, making it -eligible for entrance at the district !7 contest at'Nevada in April. Sev- eral members of the band also -lated superior on individual per- formances. Arranges Numbers. II A program. of 11 numbers has - been arranged by Mr. Kopecky IT who states that as many will be · u s e d as the time allows.. Music ~ Mothers club members are makinj - arrangements for.transportation o. ~J the band, and instruments. - . ' ' : , - . ' T h e Program: , LI- March--"Purple C'a r n i v a ,1 · - H a r r y ;L. Alford. ~ · Overture--"Golden Dragon,' - Karl-L; King.. . . , . . ' · · · - ' £. Wovelty^number-y'Military Es- ··'· cort" in''five ways, Henry Fillmare " , Selection--"Symphony in B,' - Paul Fauchet.. , ' . - . . ' · ' . .' Selection--Berceuse, from "Joce- lyn." Benjamin'Godai'd; " . O v e-r t u re-^'Tantalusqualen,' -· F. V. Suppe. '·' ; "'. .,' : -~ . ·-· r. An Old Favorite.' Selection--"Home, Sweet Home "the : World- Over," J. Bodewalt ·:· Lampe. ; ~ ! C o m i c selection--"Symphony -No. 1," C. W. Dalbey. " Selection--"Japanese Sunset," - Jessie '£.. Deppen. I Selection--"Hungarian Dance ·No. 5," Johannes'Brahms. " March^"Glory of the Gridiron," - Harry L, Alford.., . H Tells Lions of Holy r Week Significance ~ CLEAR-LAKE--The Rev. E. J. -- Supple, -pastor, .of St. ·'Patrick's ~ Catholic church, talked of'the sig- ·- nificance of Holy, Week to mem- ",, bars of the Lions club at the noon - luncheon held Wednesday at the ~ Legion clubrooms. He spoke of the -njfact that .while Christ' lived 33 5 years his active work in the min- -fiistry covered, but three~ years. ~ Lawrence Bless 1 led Community -singing. -Henry Volstad was "in * charge; of the program. Clear Lake Briefs ^ Fri. Bush's glazed donuts 18e. - . Mrs. Lloyd Lyoii, 506 East Main r.- street, has returned from Ca - fornia where she spent several ~ months visiting ; relatives.'. -- Dress up for Easter. Buy your ~ new suit and topcoat on Abel's ^.budget charge account plan. Abel -- Son, Inc., Mason City. -· The special: Easter s e r v i c e s C planned at the Methodist churct v for Holy Thui'sday evening and -- Good ;Friday afternoon have beei "cancelled because o£ the illness o - the Rev. B. \V. Riner who is suf- Z. fcring,from' a severe cold. Look your best for Easter! Han 1' sen's suits-and coats will give you -- that ."dressed upV look. They aVi " reasonable in price. - Oscar Fredcrickson, city mal reamer, is; ill and off duty for - few days. ' -·' . ' '. · . · ~' Flowers for Easter at the Clea -Lake Green House.-Phone 42^ r, We deliver. · - · ' - . - J. B. Patterson, West Mai "street, has been confined\to hi »-bed for a week and is quite il _ Miss Mai-shall, a Mason City nursi - ·is caring for him. " You will waut a new' Eastc ;·dress selected frdm pur fine as *: sorlme'nt--$4.05 up, sizes 13 to 46 ·· O)u£ T. Hanscn Co. "'. Mrs. Karl Hass, North Shor · was confined to her home Thura - day by illness. Lake township Farm Burea ". lield an all day meeting at th '·home oJ.Mr. and Mrs. Georg " Sheridan Thursday. - Fuller Bailey, rural mail earric ", was iil and not able to delive r mail Thursday. -Rites Planned for : Larry Ray Master T. CLEAR LAKE--Funeral serv rices for Larry Ray Masters, wh 'J. died Wednesday morning follow -- ing a .brief illness with bronchi; "pneumonia, will be held at th -home of his parents, Mr. and Mr ^p.:C: Masters, 108 West Divisio -- street, Friday at 2 p. m. with th "Rev. Homer E. Blough conductin ·~ the rites. Burial will be at Clea T Lake cemetery. Ward's funer - home is in 'charge. New York is looking for novc ^ties for its world's fair. Wei -here's a thought ·-.Taking stri ": dancers and reverse the proces -: --Portland (Me.) Evening Ex .'press. 1 1$ Mitchell Electric Co. 118 N. 4th St., Clear Lake ELECTRIC WIUTNG and RADIO REPAIRING . ' · · · · ' Phones 53-475 Clear Lake Calendar 'hursday--Home Hygiene class, Junior.high school, 7:30 p. m. R; N. A. lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, 7:30 p. m: 'riflay--Council, city waterworks. Legion. Auxiliary Sewing circle, Mrs. Joe Powell, 321 % West Main street. Eden Farm club, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Trego. U. Y. B. club, Mrs. L. O. Kimball, .612 West Division street. Christian Workers, city hall. Star club, Mrs. Orren Porter, 310 Winnie street. Church service, Bethlehem Lutheran church, 10:30 a. m. FETE LEGION UNIT ON ANNIVERSARY Auxiliary Members Hold Birthday Party, . Piogiam. CLEAH LAKE--The eighteenth Birthday of the American Legion was celebrated at the Legion cluu- rooms Wednesday evening with a oint party of Legion and Auxil- ary members. The affair was a surprise on the Legion boys. The high school boys' quartet consisting ot Bill Kennedy, Jack Palmeter, Homer Cobb and Willis Comstock presented a group of numbers, Miss Marguerite Winnie ·ead a humorous selection and Bill Sennedy sang two' solos for the program. Forde Lee acted as maser of ceremonies and Earl. Colburn, commander of Stafford Post, lave a talk. . The American Legion auxiliary iresented to the post "a plaque n commemoration of a resolution o support the conservation of our natural resources made at the na- JonaJ convention. Mrs. Joe Powell, iresident of the auxiliary, made he presentation speech and Commander Colburn responded. Refreshments, were served by e Legion members and a birth- ay cake .decorated in patriotic olors was cut. Patriotic ' colors /ere used in the decorations iroughout. Following the pro^ Tarn a social hour was enjoyeoV LAW VIOLATORS 3 ossession of Ducks",' Lack of Licenses Common Offenses. CLEAR LAKE--F. H. Davis, ;ate conservation officer, reports everal arrests for violations of late and federal game laws. Harold Claude, 24, Woolstock, vas arrested Tuesday for hunting vithout a license. His hearing was leld before Glen Oldham, justice 3f the peace at Clarion. He was assessed a fine of S31.20 and his gun, a 20 guage Winchester pump ~un, was confiscated. ' Loses Gun. Del Loux, 31, Clarion, was arrested for hunting without a license and fined $29.15 by Justice Oldham. His gun was also confis- c a t e d . , - . Louis Kastler, 39, Clarion, was apprehended with a duck in his possession and federal charges''foi violation of the migratory bird law will be filed against him. William Walker, ' 56, Clarion was also taken up for violation o the federal migratory bird 4aw Noble Weir, 27, Clarion, was arrested for the same offense. ' Hail Three Ducks. James- Peck, Blairsburg, wa caught with three ducks in hi possession and no hunting license Both state and federal charges .will be.filed. ·Leslie'-Wilson, 29, Blairsburg, was arrested for violation of the federal migratory bird law. Edwin " Wilson, Blairsburg, was taken with one duck in his possession and federal charges will be filed, ' All apprehensions were made by Mr. Davis on Tuesday and Wed-' nesday and in each case the guns were seized as evidence. The maximum penalty for violation of the federal migratory bird law is $500 fine or six months in jail, or both. To Hold Good Friday Service at Clear Lake ' CLEAH LAKE--The Clear'Lake Church of Christ'will hold a special Good Friflay service at 3 o'clock Friday. The regular Christian Workers organization will meet. D. L. Kratz, the pastor, will speak on the "Seven Last Words of Jesus.".The service will be held in the Clear Lake Community hall. COLLEGE PEOPLE ENJOY VACATION Various Students Arrive for Easter Recess From Study. CLEAR LAKE -- A number of ne young people of Clear Lake vho are attending college away rom home are, have been or will e at home for the Easter vaca- ion. Some have only a few days, ithers more than a week. .Some lave already been mentioned and prrie could not be reached to learn f they are at home or not. 'Miss Charlotte Ames arrived last Sunday- from Minneapolis where he is taking part-time work at the Jniversity of. Minnesota and is at the home of. her parents, Mr and Mrs. W.. A. Ames,- West Division street. She returns Sunday. The Misses Charlotte and Greta !:happell will not arrive for vaca- .ion until April 10. They plan to bring guests. . Miss Marianne Frost, who has neen visiting her parents 'and other relatives since last Friday, returned Thursday morning to Ames and her work at Iowa State college. . ' . ' Lloyd : Lyons came Wednesday night and is at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lyons, SOS East. Main street. He stays ill Tuesday. Miss Winifred Sandry arrivec Wednesday from. Iowa City where she is a student at the Universit; of Iowa. She will be here unti Monday. Her sister, Miss Eloise will arrive Friday irom Grihnell where she is a student in Grinnel college. Marion Phillippe and Frank Sheehy are home Irom Iowa City and visiting "their parents during he Easier- vacation. Miss Maxine Fox, who was ionic last week from Grinnell vill go Friday to Chicago to spend he Ea'ster vacation with her roommate. Junior Pease is expected Satur- ay · morning from Grinnell to peud a week with Jiis parents, lUDt. and .Mrs. C. A. Pease: Thorkel Sondrol, Jr., is at home rom Iowa City, where he is taking law/course at the university,'He as a friend as guest. Margaret Marie Wurtzer will ot be. home from Stephens col- ege at Columbia, Mo. She went vith a'group of 200 oE the college tudents on a trip to New Orleans, Tew rYork, and Washington, D. C., nd is how back at school. Miss Elizabeth Kennedy also took -this trip. · Lucille Winnie will arrive Friday evening from Cedar Falls'to Jisit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Winnie, 400 Henry street. Donald will be at home from Corne 1 . 1 College at Mount Vernon and John Ross was here last week from owa City when he addressed the speech section o£ the teachers convention at Mason City. Harold Charlesworth arrived Wednesday evening from Carleton college, Northfield, Minn., to visi nis parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. F Charlesworth, East Main streel HR will bfi here until April 51 Hal-old Larson, student at Ames has returned to his work after vis iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs Norman Larson. Two Men Missing in Auto Reported Safe SCOTTSBLUFF, Nebr., (/?)--R. W. Pettijohn of Scotlsbluif and Joseph Fitzpa trick of S i o u x City, notified Scottsbluff officials Thursday they were safe at a farm house between here and Kimball after being unreported since Tuesday night. Pettijohn and Fitzpatrick started for Scottsbluff from Kimball by automobile and were forced to abandon it on the drifted road. The men said they would try to reach Scollsbluff. Courtesy Given for Dorothy Kenyon at 0. Peterson Horn CLEAR LAKE -- The Misse Irma Peterson, Elizabeth An Branson and Elizabeth. .Hughe were co-hostesses at a showe complimenting Miss Dorothy Ken yon Wednesday evening at th home of. Miss Peterson's parenU Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Petersoi North Elm street. Decoration were in the Easter colors and II gifts were presented Miss Kenyo under' a pretty pink umbrell During the 'evening cards wei played with Miss Deloris Andei son winning the high score, Mr .Tames Bailey, second high, Mr Wallace Drew, traveling prize an Miss Ardella Schoop, low scor Miss Kenyon, who will wed Fran cis. G. Drew Easter Sunday a the Little Brown church near Na shua, received many lovely gift Mrs. Drew and Mrs. D. E. Kenyo were special giiesls. Clear Lake School to Launch Spring Baseball Season CLEAR LAKE -- Coach .Chi' Johnston announces that the Clea Lake high school will play base ball this spring instead of goin out for track. At the first ca Wednesday night 47 boys rcsponc cd and indoor workouts started once. Coach Johnston states that schedule of games will be playe with nearby towns and the tear is looking for games. The schp is furnishing the equipment-wiU the exception of gloves and sho which the players will have ' provide for themselves. Several former players have a! ready donated gloves which the are no longer using and more'do nations of this character will b greatly appreciated by the boys a many of them are not able to put chase new mitts at this time. Bright Ideas for a Bright Easter Emphasis at Sears Is Always on Quality L..: 1 DRESS SOX Fancy, Pattern Rayon . for Easter Economy! Good looking; loner- . ' . ' - " 'wearing. R i b b e d "fl ' · % top; d o u b l e 'sole; I wl f* sizes 10 to 12. JL %/^ Spring patterns. Teach Your Dollars To Have More Cents! For Easter Smartness Style and Value in Men's DRESS SHOES AH-lcather sole and Gooflyear welt construction. Genuine calfskin t h a t will give you endurins good looks. Black sizes 6 to 11. Men! Lose no time in hurrying to Sears for this special! · Full Cut · Latest Patterns · Correctly Tailored 69 Easter Savings on MEN'S TIES Dress Caps F a n c y pattern fabric. Specially priced o C at OJC fllore auality than you ever expected in an up-to-the-minute dress shirt at this price! You'll hardly believe your eyes when you see these fabrics. Tlie values speak for them- 'selvcs . . . style-couscious men will be quick to snap them up! New s p r i n._g and summer f a b r i c s made (o sell in tics much higher priced. . They'll . t a k e you through the summer in style. 29 Sweaters Soft, lightweight wool . ..V 1»VU Men's Belt Calfskin b e l t . B l a c k leather. N i c k e l plated buckle, Each ... Boys' Dress OXFORDS Black leather uppers, noil-marking: c o m n o sole and heels. Leather "insole. A s h o e for dress and yet gives them daily service. Sears Bring You Early Bird Values in Garden Tools Sears Always Lead! Lawn Broom Pruning Shears Garden Hose Guaranteed 2 Years Full size--18 inch. U t o o t h broom. 'I foot luiudlc. 50 ft. Length 2-29 An Early Bird Special! J The 'best buy in the low priced field today. Walls reinforced \vitli 48 cotton cords. ·% inch size. Complete with brass couplings Park Lawn Grass Seed 3-lb. Fresh, n e w c r o p {",,-! seed; t e s t e d j germination. 22 incli ash handles. Z'/a inch b l a d e and hook. Rakes 98c Popular 14 t o o t h size. R o u n d bow style. Strone 5 foot ash handle. Best for eeneral purpose. ., Hoes 49c Goose neck shank pattern. Full polished steel 6',£ Inch blade. A sensation at this price. Fork $1.29 C o m p a r e s with f o r k s selling up to $1.50. S t r a p ferrule. Extra Heavy Weight Fork 98c Has four 12- in. tempered i f n c s . 4 ft, L_ ash handle. · Fire Resistant ·'" 90-lb. Roll A «| Q|Covers «j) 1 »uD 100 sq. ft. JL Slate surfaced asphalt roofing of superior cjualiljv in ne^v beautiful tilc-rcd or green color. Extra heavy weight felt base. . Bear Hide Roofing Surfaced with sand or talc. 35 -lb. roll covers (tjl A A 100 square feet .. «J1«UU Shovel 55c General purpose around farm or home; S e l e c t ash handle. A Value Chqllen.ge! Dress Up Your Car for Easter ARealBreakfotYpu! 1 Auto Enamel 16c"V2 pt. Lustrous jet b l a c k enamel. Brush in can top. ' Sponge 17c Exirasizc soft bleached velvet spongre. Act Quickly? Seat- Covers Sanforized! Top Dressing 16c Pint can. Waierpraofs a n d protects. H i g h quality. Wax Cleaner 14c A low p r i c e d paste cleaner and wax. Both easy to apply. Fender Guides 98c Add to tlic appearance of your car. Illuminated. Free crankcase service! 100% vacuum distilled oil. Full bodied. Heat resisting. Take advantage of this special price and fill up your barrels. A e a i n proving Scars leadership in 'Ills field! Pro- shrunk . . washable . . . colorfast. H i ff h e s t quality. ' Heavy weight fabric in $2-75 Coupe Size strikingly beautiful patterns. SEARS ROEBUCK 23-25 East State St. GO, Installation All seat covers , Installed free by trained experts AT SEARS! ~-~ " - -- - '*-js=g^ f ~* ' v - ^ ^ ^ r - . rr~TT-^ -- -~l -"

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