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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZEITCE DECEMBER 31 Clear Lake Helen Hendricks Editor Residence Phone 340W Of f ice Phone No 239 Lee DeWiggins Manager Residence Phone No 67 Clear Lake Baker Returns to Work After Accident CLEA RC AKE Dec CBrbyles the baker at the Clear Xake bakery was shaken up a bit Awhile unloadingflour last week The sacks fell at the same time hit tmghis side and straining his hip li Xrays have beentaken and given Mr is fjhuch improved and returned to his duties Tuesday morning Surprise Birthday Party at Davis Home CLEAR LAKE Dec social events of the weekend was the surprise party which was hield at the home of Mr and Mrs Davis South Second street fSunday evening in honor of Mrs Davis niece Miss Bessie Johnson Sixteen young people were present celebrate her eighteenth Cbirthday The was spent in playing whist rafter which a three vcourse luncheon was served The prizes tor high score went to Mrs John Braund and Mr Jess Burt Consolation prizes were earned by Tod Beriinand Miss Viola Freie The outoftown guests were Miss Clara West Ames Milo Petetj Chl cago Mr anfl Mrs Harold Wasley and Tod Borlin Mason City Mr Mrs John Braund and Kr and Mrs Jess Burt Williams Miss Eunice Braund Viola Freie Mr Lawhorn and Mr Henry Freie of Klemme Miss Johnson is a student of Hamiltons Commercial college Ma son City COUNTRY CLUB TO BE HEATED Installation of Steam Furnace Will Be Completed About Jan 20 CLEAR LAKE Dec steam furnaceis being installed in the club house at the Clear Lake Golf and Country club Owing to delay n receiving certain parts this work was not completed as soon as ex pected However Mr Ames hofes to have the club house open as soon as there is sufficient snow and ice for winter sports The skating rink toboggan slide and ski jump are 11 in readiness for the first appear ance of winter Sheridan Home Open to Bridge Club Monday CLEAR v LAKE Dec Bridge club made up of business women of the cdm iiunity held its regular meeting at he country home of Miss Margaret Sheridan Monday evening The guests of the occasion were iliss Agnes Hogan Iowa City Miss joretta Hofler Nora Springs Miss ois Shaw Iowa City Miss Eleanor nd Miss Margaret Mitchell anil iliss Angela Chizek of Clear Lake High score was won by one of the Lois Shaw Consola on prizewas given to Miss Stella Becker Refreshments were served CLEAR LAKE LOCALS The Farnily Store preinventory special on all Bliss Frances Marshall and Miss Minnie Lenning were the guests of lira Cora Thomas and daughter Feme Ventura Sunday The Family Store proinventory special on shoes for the entire fam ily Fred Wilmartlt PlanUington S Dak visited at the home of llr arid Mrs Fred Moffet 617 North East atreet Monday Preinyentory special prices on clothing at The tore Miss EllaKnopr left Sunday eve for Athelstan where she is principal of the high school She has spent her Christmas vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs Al bert Knop and Mrs B H Matthewsleft Monday for Strawberry Point where they will visit their son Mat thews He is employed cashier in a bank there The families of Ed Kich Will Rich and Frank Rich spent Sunday with Dr Elton Alder and family at Forest City Miss Jean Matthews lelt for Osage where she will visit at the home of her sister Mrs Harry Conklin Miss Dorothy Stork is spending her vacation with relatives in the Twin Cities The H H Huntley family living south of town and the Earl Hunt ley family spent Sunday withth 1 Charles Lord family of Aredale 5 Mr and Mrs O E Colgan and i son Billy returned Monday from Brainerd Minn where they spen the past week with Mr Colgan mother Mrs William Nelson Mr and Mrs O L KLnilml lot Tuesday morning for Rochester Minn where Mr Kimbal will im dergo an operation if necessary j Mr Dean Heltman drove them th distance In his car TryLnekyTIaer proven germicide A perfumed luir larzeit teller at wii ti LUCKY TIGER ALSO WHYTEFOX NO 2 Thf Neto TwoWev Treainunt far I MUD COLDS SKIN IRRITATIONS I It actln logndUnU of willknown Quarantined for Small Pox at Ventura CLEAR LAKE Dec quar ntine placard has been placed on he W L Leonard home at Ven ura Mr Leonard is suffering from severe case of smallpox This is e only quaarntine in the vicinity ut it is reported that there are a umber of mild cases in Grant ownship Death of Sister of Mrs Mawhinney Calls Her to Newton CLEAR LAKE Dec 31Word lias been received by J C Maw hinney owner of the Soda Grill of the death of his sisterinlaw Mrs D M Kelly Newton Mrs Floy Mawhinney left Satur day afternoon after that her sister was to be operated upon that day However she did not reach there until after her death which occurred that evening at 7 oclock Mrs Kelly was well known to many Clear Lake people as Emma Freeman She has a wide circleof friends having visited here only three weeks ago The body is being sent to Clear Lake and will be at Ihe Ward fu neral home Tuesday The funeral will be held sometime Thursdaj morning at ttie Catholic church with burial at the Clear Lakecemetery Mrs Kelly leaves her husband two sisters Mrs Mawhinney anc Mrs Weed both of Clear Lake and Mr Kellys parentsMr and Mrs Frank Kelly of Mason City Grant Farm Bureau Meets CLEAR LAKE Dec Grant township Farm Bureau will meet at tho Grant Center school house Thursday evening A pro gram is being prepared for the oc casion and a large attendance i expected Mrs Mary Bowman plans to leave Tuesday for Rochester Minn where she will visit her daughter MrsvL J Allen and family RVB Kennedy Home Scene of Party Monday CLEAR LAKE Dec home of Miss Kathryn Kennedy was the scene of a merry iparty Monday night Playing cards and dancingwas the evenings enters tainnient after which refreshments were served Six couples were pres ent Among the outoftown guests were iriss Pathenia Burkhart and Beresford Larson ofMason City Middle Aged Couple Is Married Monday CLEAR LAKE Dec 8 oclock Monday evening at the Lutheran parsonage was the scene of the marriage of Miss Gurid Laate Clear Lake and Lewis Hal verson Radcliff e The Rev H O TJrness officiated in the ceremony The guests at the wedding were Mr and Mrs Lewis Amundsen and farnily and Mr and Mrs John Amundsen and family Miss Laate is a nurse but recent ly has been living at her home on Division street Mr Halversonis a retired farmer from Radcliff e The couple expects to make its home in Clear Lake for the winter Name Hours That PostofHce Will Be Open New Years CLEAR LAKE Dec master O M Olson announced that the window at the postoffice will be open from8 to 9oclocka m New Years day There will he just one delivery in the business dis trict and no rural delivery The lobby will be open all day so that persons who haveboxes may get their mail Home Improvement Dinner Thursday CLEAR LAKE Dec Anna Baker will entertain theHome Improvement club at her country home east of town Thursday The meeting will take the form of a 1 oclock luncheon This meeting was planned for Jan 1 hut owing to New Years plans many were unable to attend M St L to Have Gasand ElectrJ6 Car One of the new gaselectric motor cars similar to the one that thn M and St L railroad will use in the near future on its Mason City run passed thru here Tuesday morning The car is equipped with a 300 horsepower general electric generator which is driven by a Winton gasoline en gine The generator produces a cur rent of 600 volts and is capable of maintaining the 136 ton car at a speed of 60 miles an hour or more it is said The car provides passenger bag gage and mail compartments The seats in the passenger compartment are similar to those used in the new interurban cars and busses Younger Set to Have New Years Dance CLEAR LAKEDec tions have been issued to the younger set of Clear Lake for a New Years dance Tuesday night It will be held at the country home of Miss Neva Sheridan About 12 couple will assemble to watch the old year out and celebrate the new CLEAR LAKE WEATHER By Sam Schumacher Highest Monday 50 degrees above Lowest Monday 28 degrees above A Very Happy Prosperous New Year DEPENDABLE CLEAR LAKE METAL WORKS C F BEMIS ProD PHONE 583 CORRECTION CLEAR LAKE Dec cor rection of an item in the story of the ice harvest which appeared in Mondays Clear Lake section th ice is cut in squares 22 inches by 32 inches rather than 12 by 32 as was stated Cerro Gordo Farmers Company Erects New Implement Building Under the management of H A Spiller the Cerro Gordp Farmers company has added two new trucks built a 20 by 60 foot farm imple ment building and remodeled the companys office The new building which is constructed of corrugated iron provides good service and dis play facilities for farm machinery ason 1 anif North Central Iowa Since 1909 New Ones Into The Our Mission In 1909 a group of doctors got together and organized what is now the Park Hospital which for the last nineteen years has been serv ing Mason City and north central Iowa This job of service of safe guarding public health carefully watching lives and bringing new ones into the world is the Park Hospitals mission To do this even more faithfully than it has been done in the past is our mission and our creed for the coming years PARK THEATER Clear Lake NEW YEARS MIDNIGHT SHOW Program Tuesday 31 1929 P M Showing THE ISLE OF LOST SHIPS AllTalking Picture StartinR at P M Big Midnight Show OUR MODERN MAIDENS At p m Horns Whistles Confetti and everything to make Whoopee Wednesday and Thursday special Vltaphone picture TO GET Matinee Wednesday lOc and 25cs To Our Many Friends and Customers ous New Our best wishes for Health and Prosperity CRAVENS PLATE SHOPPE 18 First St S E 306 Eighth St Des Moines 410 Locust St Customers Write On Home or Office Building Use Hardware It is the surest way to get quality in hardware YALE stands for and is all that is fine in harcl The public recognizes this fact and because they do recognize YALE as such any building that is finished with it gains much of the pres tige thatYALE has created for itself in the minds of the people No finer thing can be said atiout any building than that it is finished with YALE Hardware CURRIEVAN NESS CO Phone 17 MAINTAINED BY MERIT 11 North Federal SPITAL Dr C E Chenoweth DivGeo M Crabb Dr T E Davidson XOKTHWESX CORNER OF CITY PARK Dr CP Starr Dr N C Stam Dr W E Long Dr Mary Spahr Supt Miss Verna Dillabough Dr H D Fallows Dr H D Holman Dr L R Woodward Instant Starting Faster PickUp Power On Hills CHAMPLIN OILS New Year MARTHA PATTIE INSURANCE Phone 141 212 First National Bank BJdg Here Is Every Wish That 1930 Will Bring You Health Happiness and Prosperity Mason City Lumber Co 15th SI N E and Federal Ave Phone 137 In coldest of weather Champlin gasoline starts the motor instantly and gives a world of power for every gallon Champlin gasoline puts the maximum amount of pickup in a motor even in the coldest weather Champlin is a pure pow erful surefire gasoline which will stand up to all your expectations of gasoline 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