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March 26, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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. 1 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 26 ·§ 1937 FIVE r { Clear Lake Globe»Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 ' · ' LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEW1GGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 USE EASTER IDEA FOR DECORATION Cut Flowers, Candles, Rabbit Favors Mark Club Luncheon. CLEAR LAKE--Calendulas and yellow snapdragons formed the centerpiece on the table for the 1 o'clock luncheon held by the Sunshine club at the home ot Mrs. A. B. Knutson Thursday. Yellow candles in white holders were placed at either end of the table and Easter rabbits were used as place cards and as favors. Mrs. Peter Knutson and Mrs. Jack Bailey were assisting hostesses. Mrs. Walter Scott,' Perry, was a guest. A business session was held and (he rest of the time spent in a program of games and contests with Mrs. C. P. McVicker' and Mrs. C. E. Lafitz winning prizes. The club will meet on April 14 wilh Mrs. Peler Knutson as hosl- ess and Mrs. A. B. Knutson and and Mrs. Frank Trager assisting. . a 4 » ' LAKE VIEW CLUB HAS SOCIAL MEETING Mrs. Lyle Stevens entertained members o£ the Lake View Club at a dessert luncheon and social afternoon Thursday. Easter decorations were used throughout and piacecards were · Easter eggs with names on them. Mrs. Elmer Luscomb, a new member, was present for the first time. Cards were played during the afternoon with Mrs. Gregory Marshall winning liigh score and Mrs. George Per- Jdhs low. Mrs. Eart Kimball will be hostess in two weeks. * * * CRESCENT CLUB STUDIES FRANCE Mrs. Jack Diercks was hostess to the Crescent club Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Roscoe Miller leading the lesson on France, Lava!, Daladier and Herriot. * * * \V. L. A. M. CLUB HOLDS LUNCHEON W. L. A. M. club met at the honie of Mrs. IvT. L. Nutty Thursday for a 1 o'clock picnic luncheon which was followed with a program o£ readings and contests. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in visiting. Because of the weather and roads, the attendance was small. * * * ALTRURTAXS STUDY IOWA ARTISTS Mrs. E. H. Neal presented a lesson on Iowa artists at a meeting of the Altrurian club at the home ot Mrs. J. Z. Stevens Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Neal discussed the work of Grant Wood, Cedar Rapids artist, and copies of snme of his late pictures were displayed. Mrs. Leslie E. Thayer was in charge of the Marqh of Time lesson which also dealt with art. * * ,* LINGER LONGEHS HOLD EASTER LUNCH Mrs. A\igust Bilker and Mrs. Reuben Freyer presented an Easter program at a meeting o£ the Linger Longer club at the home o£ Mrs. L., O. Kimball Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Kimball served a dessert luncheon with Ihe Easier theme carried out in both menu and decorations. Mrs. T. W. Tompkins will be hostess to the club on. April 8. Clear Lake Briefs New silk dresses for Easter $5.95 to $19.95. Nichols Shop. F. H. Hollislcr, Milwaukee, will arrive Saturday morning to spenc Easter with his family here. Rollins silk hose 7ffc, ?1 and §1.15 pr. Nichols Shop. IMiss Aitcen Witmcr, high schonl instructor in home economics plans to spend part of her Eastci vacation in Chicago. .. Blouses, silk, linen and voile $1.95 to $4.95. Nichols Shop. Miss Jean Siessegcr, student al Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls, was expected to arrive Friday to visit until Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Siesseger, North Elm street. See our selection of Perfccto dress shirts priced at $L65 Moeller's--shoes and furnishings Miss Dorothy Hanlon, dramatic; instructor in the high .sqhool, wil visit Chicago after spending a few days at her home in Ten-ill. Bake sale at Sondrol's Sat. 10 a. m. Cnlholic Ladies' Aid. TownseniZ club will meet ncx Tuesday evening al the home o Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fox, 200 Wes State street, with C. W. Files, Mason City, as guest speaker. A picnic lunch will be served at the close of the evening. Sal. Bosh's cinnamon rolls 15c Soy bread lOc ea. Applesauce cake 14c and 30c. Miss Helen Mackin, liiffh schoo instructor at Ames, arrived Friday morning to spend Easter with her · parents. Dr. and Mrs.-M. C. Mackin, South Third street. Dress up for Easter. Buy your new suit and topcoat on Abel's budget charge account plan. Abe' Son, Inc., Mason City. fllr. and Mrs. Clark Branson wil leave Friday night for Iowa City where they will spend the weekend with their daughter, Elizabctl Ann, who is taking a coyirse in trained nursing at the University ft Iowa hospital, .They .will also Will .Osborne's. Orchestra to Play Popular Dance Vlanager Carl Fox Gives' "Couples Only" Event at Surf. CLEAR LAKE--Will Osborne, vho changed the course of dance music in 1925 by introducing the vhispering orchestra and croon- ng, will play for another of the lopular "couples only" dances at he Surf Tuesday evening. Os- jorne has recently introduced still another and newer type .of rhyth- nic music to radio listeners, a new one color which is distinctly different and entirely new to the ear. iis new conception gives a depth and mellowness o( sound never be"ore achieved and definitely pleas- ng to listeners. Mr. Osborne played an engage- nent at the Fox theater in Brook- yn 10 consecutive weeks, making a new box-office and attendance record. The feat was repeated in a seven weeks' engagement at Warner's Beacon theater in New York. The orchestra, has played many iotel-engagements among which are noted the Hotel Lowry at St. Paul, Hotel Bellerivc, Kansas City, and; Delmonico's, New York. The orchestra is well known to ·adio fans, ot this territory. Dance music will be broadcast from the Surf ballroom over KGLO Tuesday evening. STATE, DISTRICT OFFICERS MEET R.N. A. Lodge Obligates 2; New Memberships Voted. CLEAR LAKE-- Brief talks on (he membership campaign ot the Royal Neighbors of America being launched in Iowa were given at a meeting of Juanita camp No. 76G9 at I. O. O. F. hall Thursday eve- District Deputy Grace and Slate Supervisor ning by Bedford Florence Bridges. Mrs. Ray Kruggel and Mrs. Alvin Miller were elecled to membership during the session and Mrs. Carl Fox and Mrs. W. J. Kruggel were obligated A program o£ games, stunts and nn Easter egg hunt was carried out during the social hour. A lunch furnished and served by the oracle, Mrs. Gus Heinrichs, was enjoyed at the close. At the first meeting in April a birthday party will be held for all Royal Neighbors whose birthdays fail in cithei March or April. Mrs. Carl Johan- nesscn, Mrs. B. C. Myhr and Mrs Howard Harding are the committee on arrangements. Mrs. W. F, Paul, Bellevue, a former member, was a buest of the lodge Thursday evening. CHRIS HOWES CELEBRATE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY A surprise dinner parly was held for Mr. and Mrs. Chris Howe former residents of Clear Lake, a ! the home of their daughter, Mrs Charles^Hemm, near Chapin Wednesday, the occasion being the fifty-second wedding anniversary of the couple. A two-course dinnei was served by Mrs. Hcmm with a large gold cake centering the table Those attending from Clear Lake were the Howes' daughter, Mrs Ollie Peterson, and her daughters. Miss Thelma Peterson, Mrs.~\V. W. Fox and Mrs. Kosetta .Owen. A Mason City they were joined by Mrs. Rowe's sister, Mrs. Sarah Crawford, who was present at the original wedding. Others presen were nephews of Mr. Rowe from Austin, Minn., and from Chapin; a grandson, Clifford Peterson of Chapin; Mr. and Mrs. Hcmm and son and daughter, and .several nearby neighbors. The nfleinoon was spent in visiting. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rowe received some very nice gifts and cards of remembrance. Clear Lake Churches ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN Sunday school, 9:45 a. m., with classes for all ages. Festive service, 11 a. m. Special music by the junior and senior vested choirs directed by Mrs. James McCormick. Special offering for missions will taken. Confirmanls meet Saturday at 9 a. m. A business meet- ng of the congregation will be held at 7:30 p. m. Sunday to consider sending a call to a pastor.-J. A. Urness, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST I. O. O. F. Hall Preaching service, 9:30 a. m. Sermon topic: "Our Triumphant " aith." Bible school, 10:30 a. m.-- D. L. Kratz, pastor. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morn- ng service: Preaching by the pastor, 11 a. in. Evening service: Preaching by the pastor, 8 p. m. --S. M. Stenby, pastor. METHODIST Church school, .9:45 a. m. R. D. Hobbins, superintendent. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Special Easter music by the choir; baptismal service; Easter message by the.pastor. Union service, 7:30 p. m.; devotions by the pastor; stereopticon views and lecture on the Holy Land, the Rev. Homer E. Blough. -- B. W. Riner, paslor. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST North East Street Sunday school at 10 a. m. Church services at 11 o'clock. Wednesday evening services at 8 p. m. ST. PATRICK'S First mass at 8 o'clock. Second mass at 10 o'clock. Confessions will be heard Saturday evening at 7:45 o'clock.--E. J. Supple, pastor. CONGREGATIONAL Church school, 10 a. m. Special Easier souvenirs and offering. Church worship, 11 a. m. Easter music by the choir. Sermon theme: "The Dawn by Galilee." Administration of the sacrament of baptism and reception of new members. Mrs. Ralph Ingersol in charge of flower arrangement The congregation will join ir (he union service at the Methodis church Sunday evening at 7:30 Illustrated travelog on the Holy Land by the Rev. Homer E Blough. No Congo club.--Homer E. Blough, paslor. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preaching service, 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor, 0:30 p. in. Evening service 7:30 p. in. Prayer meeting ever} Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. LAKE BASEBALL ATTRACTS MANY School Closes for Easier .Vacation; Contests Coming. CLEAR LAKE--Spring baseball s going over big in Ihe Clear Lake n'gh school according to Coach ~hris Johnston who reports 53 out 'or practice Thursday evening. More are expected to be out Monday. This is a new a'clivily in the ligh school athlelies, at least for several years, and Coach Johnston says that mpst of the boys have to slart -from ''scratch. As much ball is being played in schools around Clear Lake, Mr. Johnston expects to -schedule a lumber of games and though the team is new, hopes the enthusiasm of the players will bring a certain measure ot proficiency and success. As yel, 20 boys.are without Clear Lake Calendar Friday--City Council, City Waterworks. Eden Farm Club, Mr and Mrs Clarence Trego. U. P. B. club, Mrs. L. O. Kimball, 612 West Division street. mills. School Closes. School closed Friday Easter vacation. Most for of the the teachers planned to go to their homes for at least a part of the lime; a few had visits to friends in mind. School opens again April 5. At that time a number of new activities will be launched for the spring months, x, The district music contest wil' be held at Nevada next Friday anc 1 Saturday. All students and group;, rating superior in the sub-districl contest at Britt recently will be eligible for the Nevada events. At, yet Supt. C. A. Pease lias not received a program, so definite plans for going have not been made. The schedule will be announced a. soon as learned. Graduates Visit. The district declamatory contes to which Miss Marguerite Winnii is eligible by virtue of winning first in the humorous division a the pre-district contest in Cleai Lake last Monday night will taki place soon. The exact time and date will be available within a fev days. Among former high school students home for vacation who vis iled school Thursday, Donald Hi! Lloyd Lyon, Claylon Piltman Marion Philippe and HaroL Charlesworth were noted. All ar now attending college. Cedar Rapids Price War Drops Milk to Cents a Quar Five FEAR EXPLOSION IN PENITENTIARY .egtslature Asked to Give Money to Replace Power Plant Equipment. DES MO1NES, () -- To "avoid ossibility o£ an explosion," the tale board of control Friday laced an urgent request in the ands o£ the Iowa legislature for eplacement of the power plant quipment at the Fort Madison lenitentiary. The appropriation request is 170,000. This is in addition to askings for Dllier board ot control institutions vhieh the governor reported to the egislalurc in his budget message n February. ' . The Fort Madison request is ased on the report ot a recent urvey of combustion and power generating equipment at all state nstitutions. Boilers 30 i'ears Old. The' report warned that' the boilers at the prison power plant are 30 years old, and in such condition that they should be replaced 'to avoid any possibility'of an explosion." "The boiler fronts are cracked ind warped, wilh doors ill fitting is might be expected from 3C years ot service," the report stated. At Cherokee s t a t e hospital vherc 362,500 is requested for re- labilitation of the power plant, the engineers found the fuel burning equipment is "not only obsolete Hit completely depreciated/' The 26 year old boilers are "unworthy of the cost of repair." the reporl stated. Ask for SGO.OOO. Mount Pleasant state hospital ivhere $60,000 has been asked foi boiler house repairs and cquip- nent, "undoubtedly has the poorest steam generating facilities o ·»ny of the institutions includec in this report," the engineers said "The boilers and stokers are absolutely beyond repair, for any continued service. Any attempt to correct the condition with the existing units would be a waste o: money." The report contained detailed 22 Tailors-Belonging to New Cedar Rapids Union Go on Strike CEDAR RAPIDS, (#)--Tsventy- wo tailors, representing all the members of a newly formed union here affiliated with the Federation of Labor, went on a strike Friday pending negotiations in progress iviih their employers. In an initial proposal, presented several days ago, the tailors asked a 44 hour week, 75 cents an hour, lime and a half lor overtime and union recognition. « Clothing stores with Easter rush orders are the principal establishments affected. inalysis of fuel costs anri carries ecommendations for more ceo- lomical operation of the plants at he institutions. Funeral Services Postponed. CALMAH--The funeral services lor Mrs. Joseph Kapinos were postponed Wednesday on account if the weather and were held on Thursday afternoon at the Community church. Mrs. Kapinos died Monday of heart trouble. In St. O!aC Society. FERTlLli--Word was received hat Stanton Sheimo, who is attending St. Olat college, Northfield, Minn., was admitted to membership in the Gamma Delta, men's social society. Mr. Sheimo is a freshman and just completed a season of basketball as center on the St. Ola£ team. Visit' at Storm Lake. GRAFTON--Mrs. A. K. Ruebet nnd daughter, Sally, are visiting at the home ot Mrs. Rueben's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Sleig of Storm. Lake. MOST MODERN STORAGE IN NORTH IOWA Dust-proof Vans at your service day or night. Careful drivers. Everything insured. Veech Transfer Storage .524 Second Street S. W. Moson City MOTKEH HELPED BY CEDAR RAPIDS. (/P)--Mil dropped to five cents a quart a several neighborhood grocery stores here Friday as a price war was started, reportedly in an effort to stop an ice cream concern from selling milk at seven cents a quart. Customers had to bring their own bottles or other containers to get Die five cent price. Distributors delivering on retail routes are still maintaining the regular price o£ eleven cents n quart. . "I. have suffered from terrible constipation since the birth of my first child. I tried everything. Very reluctantly, I tried your ALL-BRAN with no faith in it at all. "Much to my surprise, I Tiavo not had to take any medicine since starting to use ALI^BBAN."-- Mrs. Boris Eyre King, 1C Abbey Eond, Oxford, England. Coiwmon constipation in usually due to meals low in "bulk-." ICel- logg's ALL-BKAN supplies this needed "bulk." "Within the body, this cereal absorbs twice its weight in water, forms a soft mass, gently sponges out the system. ALL-BRAN also furnishes vitamin B to tone up the intestines, and iron for the blood. Enjoy this food instead of tnk- inp weakening pills and drugs. Serve as a cereal w i t h milk or fruits, or cook into recipes. ALL-BRAN is sold hy your grocer. Made and guaranteed by Kellosrcr in Battle Creek, visit Mr. Branson's sister at Cedar Rapids. Flowers for Easier at the Clear Lake Green House. Phone 424 We deliver. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson drove to Sioux City Thursday to get their daughter, Marguerite, who is a student at Morningside college. They took Mrs. Johnson's molher, Mrs. J. R. Leonard, who has been in Clear Lake all winter, back to her home at Cherokee on the same trip. .Tohn Anderson, Jr., salesman for Stnr Brand slines with headquarters nl Dululh, Minn., arrived Thursday to spend the week-end wilh hir, parents, Mr. anri Mrs. J. W. Anderson, 221 South North street. James Kern, who has been quite ill for more than a week is reported as improving and able to be up part of the time. His daughter, Mrs. W. F. Paul, Bellevue, is caring for him. Zion circle of the Zion Lutheran aid will meet at the church next Tuesday at 2 p.m., with Mrs. John Lundgren as hostess. Paint Your Car for Only SI.05 NEW Just Arrived for Saturday Priced at Only CLEVER NEW STYLES IN FABRICOIDS and PATENT '. LEATHERS Designed to please fashion minded women who desire the latest in bags to complement their Spring- wardrobes, these purses provide you with new colors and unusual designs at this remarkably low price. There are zipper tops, decorative handles, pleated and corded styles . . .'in a wide variety of c o l o r s , including black, brown, navy and the new costume colors. MAIN FLOOR SATURDAY STORE HOURS 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. 'f . - ' · · J An Enchanting Group of Children's ashions To please every young Miss . . . and Mother's budget! r "SHIRLEY TEMPLE" and "PATRICIA MOODY" WASH DRESSES SIZES 1 to 12. Dress her for Easier in one ot these smartly designed dresses. S h e ' l l adore her ensemble, as all children do, and will surely be one of Ihc leaders in the style parade. All-colors are represented in bolh plain and printed styles. Bring the children in tomorrow! "JUNE PRESTON" Rl£o-RADIO FILM STAR) WASH DRESSES $1.00 $1.29 SIZES 1 to 3 SIZES 3 to 6 Guaranteed Fast Color! I fere is an inexpensive group of dresses designed for and worn by June Preston, the famous little RKO-Hadio Film Star. Every dress is guaranteed fasl color and Ihe styles are Iruly intriguing. Prints as well as plain colors wilh contrasting trimmings. Prints and Plains in SILK DRESSES $198 to $398 Junior Sixes 3 to 16 Beautiful dresses for the children in t a f f e t a , plain crepes and printed silks reasonably priced for Easier Sunday and all summer long. Dainty styles with elaborate trimmings as well as t a i l - ored styles will be the delight of every child's eye. Many colors! DESIGNED BY CHILDREN-FOR CHILDREN--FAMOUS "Whatsit" Dresses SIZES 4, 5, ( The entire country is Uilking about these smart clressc. 1 ?. You, too, will ngrec when y o u s e e . , , . , . them that they are the cutest p a t t e r n s you 'over s.-iw, bc;iuti(utly styled and moderately priced All colors. · · $|98 'Peggy Powell" SIZES 3 to U Sperling amis in (he latest spnnjj styles . . . essential to every wnrrt- rnbe. Conservative shades that will interest every mother wilh nil eye toward economy. M a n y coals have matching hats and berets. BOY'S COATS SI/ICS 2 to G Clever flannc! coats with inverted pleated backs /or toddlers. Colors ot red and now. Tune in KGLO n O'clock Every Week JJay IMnrnlnc "TUB VOICE OP DAMON'S" KGLO 9 A. M. to 9:30 A. ]\T.

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