Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 13, 1949 · Page 11
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Clear Lake Globe-Gazette 1* TOUR PAPEK IS NOT DEL1VEEED B* 6:00 P. M.. PH. «8 O* •«». NO COMPLAINTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER fi:O. HARRY S. NYE MRS. HARRY S. NYE MARRIED 50 YEARS—Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Nye, 206 W. State _ street, Clear Lake, will observe their golden wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon by keeping open house at their home from 2 until 5 o'clock. All friends are invited to call. Miss Amy L. McCroskey and Harry Severance Nye were married Jan. 11, 1899, in Primghar by the Rev. James Par" ^sons, Congregational pastor t Primghar. After a few Plan One-Act Play Program for February Clear Lake—Plans for an evening program of 3 one-act plays to be presented early in February were announced Wednesday by Jon Edwards, dramatic coach at the high school. Casting is now in progress. Chosen for production at this time are a 17 century farce, "The Doctor in Spite of Himself" by Moliere; a drama, "Undertow," by Ann Weatherly, and a modern comedy, "Junior's Moustache," by Brandon. One of the plays will be used also in the Iowa State Speech association contest and one will be taken to Iowa City for the Iowa City Speech festival. Basketball intramurals have begun at the high school. The boys meet each Wednesday night. Gerald Treau is scorekeeper. The girls meet Tuesdays with Lucy Latham as reporter. Semester exams will prevail at the high school Thursday and Friday and the 2nd semester opens Monday. Miss Catharyne Chambers, high school principal, announces. Report cards will go out next Wednesday. Senior class members are selling tickets for the picture show, "The Crusaders," which the class is sponsoring Jan. 18 and 19 at the Lake theater to raise funds for publishing the annual this year. Friends are asked to purchase tickets in advance from the senior class students as they get a percentage only on tickets sold before the show opens. The Morningside college choir will give a program at the high school at 1:20 o'clock Jan. 25. The event is open to the public at a 15 cent charge. a nonths Mr. and Mrs. Nye moved to Highview where the ormer engaged in the grain business. On Dec. 10, 1910, the family ome was completely destroyed by ire whereupon the Nyes moved o Webster City where they re- ided until 1918. On March 4, 1918, the family moved to Primghar and Mr. Nye •ntered into a partnership with his father in the hardware busi- less. In the fall of 1932 they noved to Sheldon to make their lome with a daughter, Mrs. Helen Smead, now of 700 North street, ar Lake. In 1937 they moved p Clear Lake where they have ince resided. Mr. and Mrs. Nye have 2 laughters, Mrs. R. E. Merrill, Ames, and Mrs. Smead; a son, Howard J. Nye, 212J Clara street, lear Lake, 6 grandchildren and one great-grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nye will entertain relatives at a family dinner Sunday noon. LDR Names New Officers Delores Anderson Chosen President Clear Lake—Delores Anderson was elected president of Lutheran Daughters of the Reformation at the home of Rosalyn Petersen Monday evening. Marilyn Olson ii retiring president. Donna Rae Henriksen was named vice president, Miss Gladys Evans, secretary and Delores Toft, treasurer. For the program Patty Bouline and Mary Ann Markworth sang "My God, How Wonderful Thou Art" and Miss Anderson gave the topic, "What We Believe About God." About 30 members and guests were present and refreshments served. The next meeting is Feb 14 at the home of Miss Anderson 409 Clara street. Entertains P. N. G. Past Noble Grands club met at the home of Mrs. Arnold Rasmussen with new officers in'charge Programs for the year were distributed and court whist was played with Mrs. Marion Rust winning high and Mrs. Rex Johannessen low scores. Mrs. Ed Heitland was a guest Mrs. J. C. Norris led devotions anc Mrs. George Bagous assisted the hostess. Mmes. George Presthol and John Kopecky arranged the entertainment. Mrs. James Miller is the next hostess. Topic Is "Nature" Mrs. B. A. Morse presented a lesson on "Nature" for Beta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Ph at the home of Mrs. Richard Harry. A gift was presented Mrs Lester Godem and lunch was served. Mrs. Arleigh Eddy is hostess in 2 weeks-with Mrs. Rober Pedelty giving the lesson. Mrs. D. E. Kenyon gave poemt, by Edgar A. Guest for "Sacred Moments" of the Library Reading club at the home of Mrs. E. J Lincicum. Mrs. H. L. Erickson presented a review of "Barriers Down" by Kent Cooper. Mrs Gerald True, 538 Hugh street, entertains Jan. 24. PRAYER SERVICE HELD AT CHAPEL Clear Lake—A prayer servic for Mrs. Warder Dowell, 91, wh< died Monday morning at the horn of her daughter, Mrs. Georg Jamison, was held Tuesday morn Ing at the Wilcox funeral chape" The body was then accompanic by Mr. and Mrs. Jamison to Bel lefontaine, Ohio, where funera services were to be held and wher burial will take ph.cc. Clear Lake Briefs Ed E. Frank, secretary of the Ilear Lake Chamber of Commerce, spent Monday in Des VIoines attending a legislative conference of Iowa Commercial Organization Executives. For Sale: Epvvorth Piano, good cond. Phone 326. 201 Clark St. Mrs. Clarence Woolsey, 202 S. Um street, who underwent an appendectomy at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Sunday, is reported doing niceVy. Storm sash and screens. Cabinet work. Ph. 793-R-3 or 784. Mrs. Elmer Winter, 315 Clara street, who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, Mason City, 10 days ago, was dismissed Tuesday and is convalescing at home. She is able to be up part of the time. Want washiug, ironing-. Phone 828-W. 601 Carlton St. Members of the Lake View club will entertain their husbands at ;he John Perkins home at 8 o'clock Thursday evening. Have severed connections with Shipping Assn. For livestock hauling, Ph. 213, Fred O. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cronk, former residents and now of Des Moines, have adopted a baby boy. The Cronks got the baby Christmas day. His name has not been learned. The new Swansdowii coats and suits for spring just arrived at Hansen's. See them. Mrs. Millard Neidy and daughter, Carol Ann, returned Wednesday to their home in Chicago after spending 2 weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Asgaard, 411 A- W. Main street. Swansdowii coats and suits advertised in leading magazines can be found at Hansen's. Coach Bob Heston announces that the men's physical education class will open Monday evening in the high school gym. Anyone interested may attend. The work wil be recreational and classes will continue about 10 weeks. Rummage sale—Clothing, baby clothes, bathinette. Furn. apt. on rear lot. 803£ S. 4th. AH stores and other places of business in Clear Lake are requested to close from 8:30 to 10 o'clock Thursday morning in respect to the memory of George P. Newman whose funeral is to be he-Id at St. Patrick's Catholic church at 9 o'clock Thursday, G. Wendell Wilcox, chairman of the retail merchant's committee of the Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce, announced Wednesday. January selling of beautiful Cownie furs all day Thurs. at O. T. Hansen's. Mrs. A. B. Phillips, chairman of the Memorial Building fund, announces the receipt ot a memorial gift for the late Mrs. Clara Cornstock. Asks to Keep Building Fund Permanent Committee on Memorial Active Clear Lake — The permanent committee on the Memorial Building fund has sent the following letter to all contributors to the fund: "Clear Lake, Iowa, Jan. 8, 1949 "Dear Contributor: "The Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Memorial fund, started in 1944, is nearing the end of the 5 year period. Owing to unforeseen conditions—the high cost of building materials and labor—building is out of the question at the present time. Since a large amount of this fund was given to the American Legion Auxiliary directly. The Memorial Fund committee would like to keep this money in a permanent memorial fund, invested in interest bearing bonds until such time as it is possible to use them for the purpose for which they were originally given (the construction of a municipal memorial community building for the use of all patriotic and civic groups) and to continue to work for and accept gifts to increase the fund. Will Leave Gift "The American Legion Auxiliary voted to leave its contribution in a permanent memorial fund. If you are willing to leave your contribution in a permanent memorial fund, will you kindly sign the enclosed card, place it in the stamped envelope and jeturn to the memorial fund committee at once. "Thanking you for your contribution and your splendid co-operation, we remain, yours truly, "Permanent Committee" In all 365 letters were sent out by the workers, Mmes. C. T. Breheny, George Randleman, R. A. Monaghen, H. E. Freeman and A. B. Phillips. Mrs. Phillips stated Wednesday that donors representing about 2/3 of the money in the fund have already signified their intention of leaving their money in the fund. Gifts are still being received and Mrs. Phillips announces that an accounting report is to be made public soon. Sponsors Named Stafford Post No. 222, American VPW PLAYS HARLEM ZEPHYRS—The Saratoga Post 4868 basketeers will go after their 12th consecutive win Thursday evening at the Clear Lake high school gym when they meet the Harlem Zephyrs, a Negro team from Chicago. Pictured above are the local boys, back row, Lawrence "Peanuts" Secory, Arnold Duitscher and Bob Compton. Middle row: Bob Sharp, Manager John Brooks, and Dean Moffett. Front row, Dick Sharp, Duane "Pete" Huey and Don Maclsen. According to John Brooks, the Zephyrs boast a talented line up, including Cliff Watson who played with the Harlem Globe Trotters and Bob White, formerly with the New York Hottentots. He anticipates a tight game and urges local fans to attend this feature attraction. Advance tickets are available from ,team members and at the club rooms. New Teacher Comes to Lake Lois Long to Direct Special Education Clear Lake—A special education teacher has been employed lor lear Lake schools and began work Monday, Supl. T. G. Burns announced Wednesday. The du- ;ies of this teacher are to examine carefully children who are not progressing properly in the lower jrades and to work with the .eachers in discovering the difficulties and finding means of correction. Supt. Burns said, "There are a few children because of irregular attendance, changing of schools, unsatisfactory home conditions, as well as limited abilities, that are retarded to the extent that it is difficult to do the work along with :he rest of the students. We hope to help these students wherever possible to return to their grade. "This work is organized under the direction of the state special education program, with Mrs. Harrison as county supervisor. She has been working in the county for the past 2 years. Special education classes are running this year in Mason City with reports of very satisfactory results. "Miss Lois Long of Cedar Rapids, a graduate of the University of Iowa, is the teacher employed for the special education work. She is also assisting part time in the over-crowded kindergarten department. "Miss Long is a graduate in elementary education from Iowa university with one year's graduate work in special education, teaching experience in University Children's hospital and State Teachers College Campus Training school: Legion, and the Legion Auxiliary Unit; Department of Iowa, are the sponsors of the fund. The original Legion committee included J. R. Buttleman, Jens Wind, Sidney Halford, Forcle Lee and Raymond Aurdal and the Auxiliary members were Mmes. A. B. Phillips, Karl Hass, Forcle Lee, Jens Wind and R. A. Monaghen. On the permanent committee as announced Wednesday are Mrs. Phillips, chairman, Harold Thompson, secretary, Mr. and Mrs. Forde Lee, C. A. Pease, Sr., and Mrs. L. E. Ashland. Infantile paralysis is an ancient disease, with Sir Walter Scott among the noted victims. Busy Bees Make '49 Plans at Prestholt's Clear Lake—Plans for 1949 were discussed by members of the Busy Bee club who met Thursday at the home of Mrs. C. N. Prestholt Mmes. L. N. Sandquist and Ernest Carr presented the lesson and Mrs Lyle Stevens was a guest. Mrs Sandquist entertains Feb. 3. Varieties of muffins were demonstrated by Mrs. Harry Spilman president, for members of Though and Thimble club who met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Clare Olson with Mrs. Fred Floy assisting. Hamilton Will Address PTA Fathers in Charge of January Session Clear Lake—Robert Hamilton Mason City, will be the speakei for the program of the elementary P. T. A. meeting at 7:30 Wed nesday evening, Jan. 19, at tin high school auditorium. The fa thers will be in charge of the meeting with Robert Nichol. chairman of the program commit ee, assisted by Robert Kabrlck, Villiam Madsen and Arnold Moei- Raymond and Robert Kimball vill sing, Rose Mary Christensen vill play a piano number and Alan Yeager will play 2 cornet se- ections. The 3rd grade fathers vill serve lunch. Mrs. John Roseland, president, •umounces that there will be no study club meeting this month but on Feb. 23, the adult study gr.mp will continue with the "Sex Education" topic. Jan. 12, 1949 17 Mason City Globe-G»i«tle, Mason City, U. DONALD FUNTE NEW MEMBER Donald Funte was welcomed as a new member of Lake's Ambitious Feeders 4-H club at the Baker schoolhouse Tuesday evening. Marion Olson discussed I he baby beef project for the program. The Nelson and Wood families served. The next meeting is Feb. 8. \\ Fashion C' " hives gay felts crisp straws . . . with festive feathers, jewels and bows $ 5 The biggest morale booster for every woman ... a new hat. Come in and try on our Fashion Fives. They're guaranteed to raise your spirits. Your choice of the favorite silhouettes of the season . . . sailors, bonnets, and cloches. —Millinery • First Floor Sketched from our -.vide helecllan NEWCOMERS IN OUR GREAT Clear Lake Calendar THURSDAY—Rotary club. All Vets Social center. 12:15. Women's Relief Corps, Mrs. Rollin Luscomb. 12:30. Home Improvement club. City Hall. Red Cross Home Service Worker, City hall. 1 to 5. Lake View club, Mrs. John Perkins, evening. Oaklnml club. Mrs. John Floy. Chapter AQ, T. T. T., Mrs. Fred RoRcrs. Group 5, Congregational women, Mrs. M. P. Hughes. Linger Longer Birthdav club. Mrs. August Bltker. Cub Scouts, den J. Mrs. Syd Thompson, 4:45 to 5:45; den 2, Mrs. Charles Davis, 4:10 to 5:10. Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary. clubroom. C:30 p. in. Happy Hvisllcr'3 4-H club, Maurice Miles, evening. Youth Fellowship. Gospel Tabernacle, 7:30 o'clock. Daughters of American Revolution, Mrs. C. A. 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