Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 6, 1936 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 6, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 6 Search for Beauty to Represent Iowa Begins DBS MOINES--A statewide search for the most beautiful girl in Iowa, to be crowned "Miss Iowa" at the Iowa state fair this summer. and to be sent to Atlantic City in the fall as Iowa's official entry for the title of "Miss America," was announced here by the Iowa state fair board. Every town in Iowa, regardless of size, will be eligible to select one representative to compete in the statewide beauty pageant for the "Miss Iowa" title. P UT that new automobile money of youts into a winner! Get a big, b'eautiful, solid, economical new. Studebaker! Only 1936 car with the Automatic Hill Holder! Official A.A.A. economy record of 24.27 miles per gallon: Automatic Overdrive! World's largest one-piece steel top! Strongest all steel body! · Feather-touch, hydraulic brakes! See it--drive it--you won't give any other car a thought! $2950 A MONTH after low down payment buya you n new J93B Studebflkcr Sedan delivered equipped imiler new low C. 1. T. 6% Budget Flan. NORTH IOWA MOTOR CO. 520 North Federal Phone 896 IOWA CITIES IN SAFETY CONTEST Eveiy Town With Population of 5,000 or More Enters 1936 Competition. DES MOINES. UP--Headquarters of the State Safety council announced that all Iowa cities with .\ population of 5,000 or more have entered the 1936 safety contest directed by the national council. Howard Seehausen, national contest secretary, notified the state safety council that Iowa is the only state to have all its eligible citizens entered in the competition. W. Earl Hall of Mason City, president of the state council, issued this statement: "It is to be hoped that our Iowa cities will get behind the aims and purposes of this contest to make our record as a state and their records as communities outstanding for 1936." 100 Patrolmen and Detectives to Go to Minnesota University MINNEAPOLIS, (JP)--Students at the University of Minnesota may receive a shock in a couple of weeks when 100 patrolmen and detectives mingle with the crowd--but fears will be unnecessary--the "cops" will be students. Policemen will go to school at a university for one of the first tiroes in the United States when they assemble May 18 for a week term of the first state police training school. Everyday Prices KOSE MILK, tall cans 6l/ 2 c GRAPE JUICE, pt. bottle 19c MATCHES, Firestone, box 3c TOBACCO, Velvet, can ..10c We- Pay 19c a Dozen Trade for Good Eggs Morris Food Store 231 6th Street S. W. 1 YOU CANT SEND A HAPPIER GIFT TO YOUR MOTHER (OR THE MOTHER OF YOUR OWN CHILDREN) THAN SOME USEFUL GAS OR ELECTRIC APPLIANCE A Lucky Lady If She Gets One of These ... Grand New PHILCOS Philco is a fine gift for one who is lonely. It's a companion that never fails to "keep up" the conversation. The finest in music, entertainment and educational features--a "Million Dollar Show" every night at the touch of a dial. Buy This New PHILCO for a Gift, or for Your Own Use 86c a Week On As The Philco pictured at the right is an outstanding value in PHILCO the Philco family. Has a glorious, rich tone that satisfies the MODEL 655X most critical ear. You'll like it and you'll like the kind of a j us( . one o f ^e many deal we'll make you on it! splendid "buys" now Other Models As Low As 41 c a Week! available in our Clear- · ' ance Sale. Other Timely Gift Suggestions MONTHLY TERMS General Electric Refrigerator... .$123.00 Automatic Washer 44.50 Easy Ironer 59.50 Graybar Sewing Machine. . . . . . . Philco Baby Grand Radio 19.95 Roper or Magic Chef Range (from) 49.50 Electric Lighting Fixtures (from) 2.00 Electric Sandwich Grill 3.95 SOLD ON EASY Hamilton Beach Food M i x e r . . . . . .$15.95 Royal Rochester Waffle Iron , 4.95 Hot-Point Featherweight Iron 6.95 Electric Teakettle 6.45 Hoover "Special" 19.75 Electric Kitchen Clock 1-79 Electric Alarm Clock 1.79 Westinghouse Toaster 2.95 W HATEVER we sell we stand in back of. "Satisfaction guaranteed" is the basis for this business. To maintain this policy, we are bound by necessity to see that the quality is there to begin with. That's good business--for you and for us. PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMEANY Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W ___ Residence Phone 67 PLANT EXCHANGE PLANNED MAY 16 Mrs. Campbell Reviews Book for May Session of Civic League. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. D. H. Campbell reviewed the book, "Valiant Is the Word for Carrie," by B. Benefield. before the Civic league session Tuesday afternoon at the City hall. it is a tender dramatic swift mov- better than she should be and a beter than she should be and a knightly hoy and girl who was called Lady for a joke. When seven year old Paul stepped into We garden gate, Carrie Snyder, light lady of the Louisiana river towns, fell in love with him on first sight. She later took him and Lady when they needed her and changed her life for them. Bill Kennedy gave a vocal solo accompanied by Ben Giles. Hold Plant Exchange. The conservation committee is planning to hold a flower and plant exchange at the Civic league rest room Saturday, May 16, In which they wish the entire city to participate. Mrs. Lilliam Overton, Mrs. I. Sondrol, Mrs. C. A. Knutson, Mrs. George Knutson. Mrs. M. L. Thayer and Mrs. L. J. Kutschara are serving on this committee. They also reported the planting of some rose bushes and sumac around the disposal plant this spring. The finance committee with Mrs. H. N. Halvorson as its chairman plans to hold a rummage sale at the Civic league rest room Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 14-16. They have started to gather material for the sale and request the co-operation of members of the league. May Have Lights. Mrs. J. w". Pattie, chairman of the special committee to see about the tennis courts, reported that F. L. Hanlon of the Peoples Gas and Electric company has suggested the possibility of that company installing lights on the courts and furnishing the electricity during the coming season providing that the league goes ahead and makes the necessary repairs on the courts. There were a large number of new members in the club present each being presented a yellow flower. Cynthia Taylor was re-hired by tie league to serve as matron of tie rest room. Mrs. A. B. Phillips reported that a large amount of clothing had been given out by the welfare committee to needy families. Report Meeting. Dr. Jane Wright and Miss Louise Clausen who represented the Civic league at the first annual open meeting of the Iowa State Planning board at Ames several weeks ago gave a report of the enthusiastic work done over the state in improvements of natural beauty spots. The recreational committee, Mrs. Peter Anderson, Mrs. J. F. Palmeter, Mrs. G. E. Brose, Mrs. Ralph Ingersol, Mrs. A. A. Joslyn, assisted by Mrs. John Chizek, Mrs. T. E. Sondrol and Mrs. B. B. Chappell, served tea at the close'of the program; Mrs. J. B. Patterson and Mrs. T. E. Sondrol pouring. The tea table was attractively decorated with tulips and bluebells. Last Rites Held for Harold Fistler of Lake Large Crowd of Mourners' Fills Congregational Church at Rites. CLEAR LAKE--Last rites for Harold Fistler, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fistler, West Division street, were held Wednesday. A private service for the family was held at the Ward Funeral home in the morning and other services were held at the Congregational church in the afternoon. There were huge banks of flowers from friends and relatives, students, teachers, and business associates of Mr. Fistler. The Rev. H- E. Blough, pastor, officiated at both the church and the Clear Lake cemetery where interment was made. A section of the church was occupied by students and classmates of the 1935 graduating class of which the youth was a member. Mrs. C. A. Pease sang "No Night There," by Danks, accompanied by Mrs. F. E. DeMott. The Phillips 66 station where Fistler was employed and the business office of the Clear Lake Telephone company, of which his father is manager, were closed during the services. Pallbearers were chosen from his classmates and friends: Phillip Sheridan, Clifford Vik, Bob Chizek, Floyd Jacobsen, Keith Holt and Dick Krall. A number of out-of-town relatives attended the 'services. Surviving him are his parents, and two brothers, Kenneth and Raymond. He died monday morning from the effects and complications of a major operation underwent April 25, at a Mason City hospital. Clear Lake Briefs Guess Who Club Dinner Held at Country Club CLEAR LAKE--The Misses Charlotte Skene and Viola Finn of Ventura, were cohostesses to tie Guess Who club at a dinner dance at the North Shore Country club Tuesday night. Steak dinners were served at 6:30 o'clock after which bridge and dancing were enjoyed. Miss Oretta Minette received the prize for high score, Virginia Sou- coup the traveling prize and Mrs. Larry Mason, Mason City, the guest prize. Anita Skene, Harriet Sheridan and Mrs. Mason were' guests of the club. The tables were attractively decorated with sweet peas and white tapers. Clear Lake Calendar GRADE OPERETTA IS SCHEDULED "Little Red Riding Hood" to Be Given by Lincoln Pupils. CLEAR LAKE--An operetta, : LittIe Red Riding- Hood," by L. E. Yeamans, will be presented by the pupils of the Lincoln grade school Friday night at 7:45 o'clock at the bigh school auditorium. Ariene Jacobson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobson, is cast in the title role of Red Riding Hood. Other characters are: Lavenne Weiller as Marjorie, her playmate; Martha Ball as Grandmother; George Coffin as the woodman; Clyde Lantz as the wolf; Margaret Bennett as Little Bo-Peep; Patty Neal as Little Miss Muffet; Eugene Cottrell as the spider; John Freeman as Little Jack Homer; Jack Diercks and Ramona Cobb as Jack and Jill; tannies and dancers. There will also be choruses of Thursday--Junior Federated club at Kathryn Kennedy home, North Third street. Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid at church. 2:30. Rotary club at I. O: O. F. hall, 12:15. Royal club at Mrs. Julius Oelhert, south of Clear Lake, assisted by Mrs. H. H. Gratlidge. Pythian Sisters Mothers' tea at library clubrooms, 3. Dance at Surf, Anson Weeks playing. Friday--Community Farm Bureau at Grant No. 7 schoolhouse. Star club at Mrs. S. S. Hudson home, election of officers and picnic luncheon, 2:30. Circle No. 3 of M. E. church at Mrs. Russell Walls home at Frank Daker farm home, 2:30. Christian Workers at Mrs. J. S. Anderson home, East Main street. U. Y. B. club at Mrs. Sam Schumacher home, North Second street. Young Democrats club card party at city hall, 7:30. Lincoln school operetta, "Little Red Riding Hood," at high school auditorium, 7:45. Mixed dance at Surf. For Kent: Apt. Avalon. Ph. 218. Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Joslyn left Tuesday morning to spend several days at the Iowa State Dentists' convention at Des Moines. Mrs. George Brooks hits returned from Oak Park, 111., where she has spent two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Vivian Harshbarger, who acr companied here to Clear Lake for a visit. For Sale: Ice box, piano. Ph. 566W George Brown, South Second street, brother of Mrs. W. A. Drew, plans to leave this week-end for Grantville, Minn., where he has purchased a farm. He will reside there this summer. For Sale: Large ice box. Phone 79. Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Kuns vis ited at the home of Mr. Kuns 1 sister and brother-in-law at Albert Lea, Minn., Tuesday afternoon and evening." Mrs. Tom McGovern, South Fourth street, has returned to her home after spending the winter with her daughter at Milwaukee. There will be a mid-week meeting of the Church of Christ church at the Mrs. J. S. Anderson home, East Main street, Thursday evening. The Rev. David Kratz, pastor, will be present to speak. Miss Marlys Knutson underwent an operation for removal of tonsils at the Mercy hospital, Mason City, Wednesday morning. Members of the Circle No. 3 of the Methodist Ladies' Aid will convene at tie Mrs. Frank Daker farm home, Mrs. Russell Walls being hostess, Friday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. Ed Heitland and Mrs. C. S. Ransom will be the assisting hostesses. Transportation may be obtained from the Methodist church at 2 o'clock. Mrs. S- S. Hudson will be hostess to members of the Star club Friday afternoon at 2:30. A picnic luncheon will be served in the afternoon. Members will bring their own dishes, sandwiches and covered dish. Election of officers will be held. Jimmy Paul, Bellevue, returned to his home after spending the weekend with his brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. George Paul, South Third street. The Junior Federated club will meet with Kathryn Kennedy, North Third street, Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Ludwig and daughter, Jeanne, Mason City, have rented the Frank Benson cottage on tie South shore for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Sara Kosen and family, Mason City, have moved into the Bartmess cottage on tie north shore for the season. · Red Riding Hood's playmates, violets, pussy Willows and butterflies. The rhythm band of the kindergarten under the direction of Miss Wai- berg will play. The staff assisting with the production includes: Clara Metcalf, director; Dorothy Hardin and John Kopecky, accompanists; Mrs. Mabel Newcomer, business manager; Bernice Tutton and Dorothy Hardin, publicity; Audrey Anderson, Florence Walberg, Genevieve Milburn and Edith Koerberg, costumes; and Roy French, stage craft. A poster contest for the operetta, 'Little Red Riding Hood" conducted in the sixth grade was judged by Amy Steffin, art teacher in the junior high. First place went to Beverly Breese, and honorable mention was given to Geneva Henningsen, Renee Pitsor and Margart Neal. New Buildings Erected. STACYVit,LE--A new farm home, barn, chicken house, corn crib and granary are being built on the Ralph Decker farm which was razed by fire last fall. SENIOR PLAY TO BE PRESENTED Date for Showing of "The Late Christopher Bean," May 15. CLEAR LAKE--Rehearsals are being held daily for the play. "The Late Christopher Bean," by Sidney Howard which will be presented by the senior class Friday. May 15, under the direction of Miss Myrtle Oulman. The date has been set ahead to avoid conflict with class day exercises. The scene of the play is laid in New England and is concerned with the Dr. Hagget family. A painter by the name or Christopher Bean had died leaving only a few dirty canvases to pay the doctor for his efforts to heal. It was a surprise when an old friend of Bean's dropped in to pay his bill, taking with him only a few of his dusty canvases as mementoes. Another surprise of the play is the arrival of another friend of Bean's doing the same kind of an errand, but the greatest surprise is when a New York" critic arrived to pay his respects to the dead artist. There is a scurry when the family learns of this fortune and the finding of his pictures in many old places. In each (scramble the effect of the characters of those involved is uppermost; through it all is the lovable simplicity of Abby, the maid, Christopher was an unmer- cenary memory of distant happiness. Roles in the play are taken by Anon Jorgen, as Dr. Haggett; Marion Bieber, as Susan Haggett; Netha Carr, as Abby; Maxine Christianson as Mrs. Haggett; Maxine Fuchs as Ada Haggett; Ellsworth Myhr as Warren Creamer; Frank Sheehy, Jr., as Tallant; Howard Ross as Rosen; and Clayton Pittman as Davenport State Justices Will Attend Evans Funeral at Hampton Thursday HAMPTON--Justices of the Iowa supreme court will be among those attending funeral services for Judge William D. Evans here at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the Congregational church. O)urt will be adjourned Thursday. Judge Evans, who died Monday .after a short illness, had the longest record of service on the state's high bench. State and other officials plan to attend tie services. Carl Parker to Speak to Community Farm Bureau CLEAR LAKE--The Community Farm Bureau will gather at the Grant No. 7 school house Friday night. Carl Parker of Mason City will be the principal speaker at the session. The entertainment includes community singing, a reading by Virginia Hill, tap dance by Renee Reed, piano solo by Ruth Myhre, acrobatic dance by Dorothy Hanes, reading by Betty Ldllies, music by Broers orchestra, play by C. K. Kinney, tap dance by Betty Greeulee and Donna Neal and a solo by Ruth Kinney. Members will bring their own cups and sandwiches for the lunch which will be served in the basement of the church building. PARK THEATER TONIGHT and THURSDAY "Wedding Night" A United Artists Picture with Gary Cooper, Anna Sten News - Vitaphone Vaudeville and Scrappy. lOc and 16c. Eighth Grade Edits Newspaper of Year CLEAR LAKE--The eighth grade has issued its annual newspaper of the activities of the junior high- school during tie past year. Patricia Ball and Willis Comstock were co-editors. Special editors were Betty Peterson and Maxine Axelson, junior high, activities; Freddy Clausen and Bill Nichols, sports; and James Newman, the class prophecy. Essays, original poems, interviews and book reports selected from the student body of the junior high are also included in the paper, Junior High Lights. For Sale or Trade Almosr new 32 volt, 1,000- Watr Wind Power Electric Plant. Also used Delco Light Plants. J A C O B Y Battery and Electric Service 110 So. Delaware Phone .319 atui TEST Edna Johnson, Sibley, Elected to Lake School CLEAR LAKE--Miss Edna Johnson, teacher at Sibley, has been hir- td to teach in the first grade at the Main building for the ensuing year. With this contract returned, all the entire teaching staff of the school has been selected. TOM SUMMERHAY5 Terraplane Dealer TERRAPLANE against the best any other low priced car can do!" Z More in Eace. DECORAH -- Two more candidates will make the race for county offices on the farm-labor ticket, Harold Harvey of Burr Oak township, for sheriff, and Joyce E. Kirchman of Ridgeway, for clerk of court. LAKE THEATRE Wednesday, Thursday, Friday DIONNE QUINTUPLETS "THE COUNTK1' DOCTOR" No Advance in Price ADMISSION 26e-tO-. Drive as many of the other low priced cars as you care to .. ..particularly the other three leading "makes." Then take a "Discovery Drive" in a Terraplane. You will find very little difference in price for the model you want but a big difference in what you get tor what you pay. JUDGE STYLE--Terraplane against the other three, with the only 1936 design that is entirely new. CHECK SIZE AND ROOM--Full 115-inch wheelbase in Terraplane... up to 3 inches more than the others. And 145 cubic feet of inside space . . - more head room, leg room, seating room. TEST EASE OP HANDLING--Something brand new here . . . Tru-Line Steering and Radial Safety Control, patent applied for. Exclusive in Terraplane. TRY RIDING COMFORT--Terra- plane's Rhythmic Ride, against the ride you get in any other low priced car. CHECK PERFORMANCE--88 or 100 horsepower in a Terraplane... 3 to 9 more Take a "Discovery Drive" With the Electric Hand Flick a finger... and gears shift! The new way to drive . -. easier... safer. With a clear floor in front... real foot-and-leg comfort for three in the front seat! No gear or brake lever to stumble over. That's the magic of the Electric Hand, an optional extra not available on any ether tow priced car. than any of the other diree leaders. More power per ton, and smoothness no other low priced car approaches. TEST BRAKES--Terraplane is the only low priced car with latest, finest hydraulics, and a separate safety braking system operating from the same brake pedal if evet needed. Plus a third braking system from the easy handling parking brake. MEASURE SAFETY--Only Terra- plane, of the leading four, has a body all of steel with solid, seamless steel 'roof. COMPARE ECONOMY-Terra- plane averaged 23.95 miles per gallon in the Los Angeles-Yosemite Economy Run, with 3 passengers and baggage--with no coasting. CONSIDER RUGGEDNESS--We'll show you owner records of 125,000, 150,000 miles and up. Ask any other low priced car to match them. Just come in and say, "Show me." We'll back Terraplane ... every time. TOM SUMMERHAYS Terraplana Dealer 88 or 100 H. P 115 -inch wheelbase 595 and up for De Luxe Models, f. o. b. Detroit. Standard group of accessories extra. SAVE . . . with the new HUDSON-C. I. T. 6% Budget Plan ... very low monthly payments TOM SUMMERHAYS COMPANY 120 North Delaware Ave. Phone 1212 BOUT sr HUBSON-TERHAPIANE, ss« AND up.- HUDSON six. s?io AND m ; HUDSON SUPEH STRAIGHT EIGHT. «760 AHD UP. F. O. B. DETROIT TT"

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