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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 20, 1936, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 20 1936 THREb Clear Lake GlobeGazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDR1CKS News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310VV Residence Phone 67 Mason Cityan and Knudsen Are Married Miss Engebretson Is Bride at Pretty Home Wedding at Thornton CLEAR LAKE Jan Lucille Engebretson 519i Sixth street southeast Mason City be came the bride of Bernie Knudsen Clear Lake at a pretty wedding by candlelight at the home of the brides grandfather P R Engebret son at Thornton The vows were exchanged at 2 oclock at an improvised altar bank ed with ferns and a white bower ocrhead A candelabra bearing four white tapers was on the altar while several others grouped in pairs formed an aisle for the bridal party Bowls of marigolds were placed at the altar Riner Officiated After Miss Gcraldinc Stenby pianist played Oh Promise Me from Robinhood and 1 Love You Truly by Carrie Jacobs Bond Dr E W Riner pastor of the Metho dist church led the bridal proces sion closely followed by the bride groom and his brother Lyrnan Knudsen of Dike and Miss Irene Kolda Mason City the brides at tendant The bride appeared on the arm of her brother Hugh Engebietson who gave her in marriage Both Logengrins and Mendelssohns Wed ding Marches were played for the processional The single ring cere mony was read by Dr Riner at the same spot where the brides mother and father were married The bride wore a rose colored taf1 feta dress form fitting with an eton jacket a small train trimmings and accessories in gold She car ried a beautiful shower bouquet of sweetheart roses sweet peas and wore gold garland of pink roses in her hair Wore Blue Miss Kolda wore an aqua marine blue dress of floor length made in tunic style and silver trim and car ried red roses and yellow sweet peas The brides mother Mrs Belle Engebretson wore green and a shoulder corsage of pink roses Mrs M Olney grandmother of the teiclewore a pale rose dress A reception and 4 oclock dinner was held at the Lions cafe Clear Lake attended by about 25 intimate friends and relatives A large wed ding cake with pink and green dec oration pink roses and tapers formed the centrpiece for the table Outoftown relatives at the wed dingincluded Lyman Knudsen Dike Mr and Mrs Clint Marshall Hampton P R Engebretson Gena Bngebretson Mr and Mrs Harry Engebretson Thornton and Mrs Melissa Oiney Jamestown N Dak grandmother of the bride Went on Trip Mr and Mrs Knudsen left on a short wedding trip during which time they will stop to see Mr Knud sons father at Dike and upon their return will reside at 201 East Main street Clear Lake The bride is employed at Hughs at Mason City and was graduated from the Clear Lake high school school in 1930 and attended Hamil tons business college Mr Knudsen was graduated from the Iowa State Teachers college Cedar Falls in 1926 where he was active in the college band and Min nesingers mens glee club He taught at Shannon City for one year at Fontanelle for four years and then left for the Hawaiian is lands where be spent two years teaching physics instrumental mu sic and directing band in a govern ment school on the island of Oahu near Honolulu Upon his return he taught one year at Sheffield and then entered the employ of the Dia mond Brothers first managing a store at Dike his former home HiY Gospel Team Presents Pro gram at Lake Congo Club CLEAR LAKE Jan gospel team of the Mason City HiY boyspresented a program based on the phases of Beatitudes Sunday night for the Congo club The group giving talks included Ted Knutson Bill Wagner Dick Holrnan Bob Campbell and Art Fischbeck Roger Docring led the song fest with Dick Zarlin at the piano Dick Vaugnn led the devotions Robert Runyin presented a cornet solo Artcmus Brown Jr aquatic director of the T M C A was the leader of the group and Ralston McKee also ac companied the group George Van Ness directed the social hour fol lowing tfie program Mumps Epidemic at Lake Is on Decline CLEAR LAKE Jan mumps epidemic which has been evident in Clear Lake is on the decline The number of school chil dren with this disease is on the de cline although there are probably more cases among the adults ac cording to Dr N W Phillips health officer None of the rases are of a serious nature Ilrisr Houdcr Clara street is quite ill at her home Clear Lake Briefs Mike Blank and Harry Wcinbcre president of the A H Blank The ater corporation both of Des Moines called on Syd Levy and vis ited his new Lake theater Monday highly complimenting him on the beautiful building Milford Daniels South Third street has left for Leavenworlh Kans to visit his two sisters Don R Smokstiid who is travel ing out of Oskaloosa spent the weekend in Clear Lake with his mother Mrs F O Smokstad Mrs Hattie Aldridgc Britl spent the past week with her sister Mrs Kate Glazier South Fourth street Gerald Brooks manager of the State Liquor store is confined to home North Fourth street with the mumps Mr and Mrs Kenneth Haines Missoula Mont were weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs J B Patterson and Mr and Mrs Leland Patterson Mr Hainer a nephew of Mrs J B Patterson and his bride were returning from a wedding trip spent in the east Bob Mallory Slarioii Park Drive is confined to his home with the mumps Ifcxy Kniggel is confined to the home of his parents with an attack of mumps Earl Snodgrass South Oak street is confined to his home with the mumps E E Ludwig South Third street attended a district meeting of the Prudential Life Insurance company at Waterloo Saturday TrSoe Plan Rites Tuesday for Mrs Seegar Twin Valley CLEAR LAKE Jan services for Mrs William Seegar Twin Valley Minn sister of Fred and Myron Skow will be held Tues day afternoon at the William Fu neral home at 2 oclock Burial will be made in the Clear Lake ceme tery Blough Gives Travelog for Farm Bureau Depicts Customs and Garb of Natives of Holy Land and Egypt Clear Lake Jan Rev H E Blough spoke on his trip to the Holy Land before members of the Lake township Farm Bureau at its January meeting He spoke of the three whistles on the signal to leave saying that he had not realized what the leaving of the Statue of Liberty really meant afterward mingling with different classes of people on the boat the same as on land He spoke of the huge Rock of Gibraltar Cairo in Egypt and the custom of the Nile river overflowing its banks and receding every year He told of riding camels and of the huge pyramids which covered M acres and of some of the kings who are buried in them He wore the Palestine gaib and stated that the place where Jesus was born is marked with a silver star set in marble He conducted his talk saying that American persons do not appreciate the churches enough to help preserve them and a trip similar to this would help oth ers to see what they meant to other countries A basket lunch was seized at noon after which Robert Furleigh presided at the business session A J Rawson led the community sing ing and Mrs Rawson presided at the piano Taxpayers are still paying for the civil works program which came to an end in the spring of 1934 Since July 1 of last year hundreds of thousands of dollars have been spent for winding up reports and paying compensations United States News Clear Lake Calendar E O at Mrs W W Choate home North Third street club at Legion clubs corns American Legion sewing circle at Mrs Jens Wind home 2 Royal club at Mrs Roy French home Mrs Virgil Homer and Mrs Fred Fankell cohostesses club at Mrs Conrad Pederson home Clara street Crescent club at Mrs E L Wurt zer home North Second street Rotary club at 1 0 O F hall Lake vs Buffalo Cen ter basketball game at Buffalo Center Old time dance at Surf ballroom BELMOND COMES TO MEET LAKERS Lions Lead Loop Contest Forest City Loses to Lake Mills CLEAR LAKE Jan Clear Lake Lions who top the con ference standing will meet Belmond in the feature cage tilt at the Com munity building tonight at S oclock This game was postponed from Fri day because of the weather condi tions Forest City dropped to second place in the conference by losing to Lake Mills 38 to 16 Friday nigrht The locals will trek to Buffalo Center Friday night for a tilt The Buffalo Center aggregation downed North wood 179 Friday and Garner scored a victory of 31 to 15 over Garner The Lion cagers are in top condi tion and all are eligible after taking semester tests last week Most of the sickness in the camp has been cleared up so that the varsity men will fill their regular posts Kippy Gilbertson Forest City will ref eree the game Mrs Lorenz to Speak for P T A Group Fifth Graders of Lincoln to Present Songs for Session CLEAR LAKE Jan ParentTeachers association will hold its January meeting Tuesday afternoon at oclock at the high school Mrs Jay Lorenz of Mason City will speak on the Home Thermo stat Children of the fifth grade in Lincoln school will sing a group of songs with two part harmony Pop Goes the Weasel Long Long Ago A Pledge and Billy Boy The meeting is open to all persons of the community although they are not members of the organiza tion The committee arranging the program is Mrs H E Blough Mrs Harry Freeman and Mrs Mable Newcomer MKS LAMBEKT HOSTESS TO LAKE VIEW CLUB The Lake View club will be guests of Mrs Earl Lambert North Second street Thursday afternoon The roll call feature will be favorite maga zines and why Charles Cheneys Are Feted on Birthdays CLEAR LAKE Jan group of 25 relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Cheney Sunday in celebration of their birthday anniversaries which occur vrithin a few days of each other Guests brought well filled bas kets from which a lunch was served Guests present were Mr and Mrs Charles Ollenberg Garner Mr and Mrs Leonard Cash Rake Mr and Mrs Leland Harthan and daugh ters Ventura Mr and Mrs Frank Foster and son Ellis Mr and Mrs James Anderson Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hunt and Shirley Ann Mr and Mrs Robert Miller and laugh ter Jean and Marjorie Nealis all of Clear Lake Inventions are on the increase More than one million patents were granted in the last 24 years or a greater number than during the en tire previous history of the United United States News HOFFMAN SILENT ON HAUPTMANN Waits Until He Is Ready to Announce Reasons for His Doubts By DALE HARRISON ICiinyrlilH hy lla Annirliilril TRENTON N X Jan 20 Governor Hoffman today adopted a policy of silenceto continue until he is ready in due course to an nounce his reasons for doubting that Bruno Richard Hauptmann alone kidnaped the Lindbergh baby The governors press aide said that the chief executive would re veal nothing as to developments in his investigation until the proper time The aide William S Conklin said lie knew nothing about the follow ing reports Fingerprints On Ladder That on the kidnap ladder had been found fingerprints correspond ing with those of a man suspected hy Ellis H Parker county detec tive and friend of the governor to have had a part in the kidnaping That the governor had been ad vised to have David T Wilentz and Anthony M Hauck Jr displaced re spectively as attorney general and prosecutor of Hunterdon county That the governor would goad his opponents into demanding his impeachment and counter with a demand that the state police solve the mysteries of the case Request Not Made That HiUiptroann had asked lo see the governor again Col Mark O PA D If THEATER IV IX Clear Lake Monday Tuesday Wednesday GRACE MOOUE in ONE NIGHT OF LOVE A Fine Comedy Drama Prices lie and I0c The New KJT THEATER Clear Lake MONDAV OXLV Mynia Loy Spencer Tracy in WHIPSAW 1riccs 3G and 10c Starts Adults Children 1 fi Tuesday 1 A IOC Tmit Nile 1UC TO BEAT THE BAND Kimberling prison warden denied Hauptmann had made such a re quest No comment was forthcoming from the governor on revelation that Wilenti would leave for a win ter vacation shortly intending to return before the 30 day reprieve granted by the governor to Haupt mann expires As to a report that the governor was interested in the activities of Morris Rosner whom Colonel Lind btigh engaged for a time as a pos sible contact with the underworld Conlflia said The rovcrnor has the whole history of the case Think of almost any phase that has been mentioned before and it is correct to say that angle is before him 114 Torpedo Bomber Planes Will Be Built for Navy by Douglas WASHINGTON Jan 20 navy department announced today the award of a contract to the Douglas Aircraft company at Santa Monica Cal for the purchase of J14 new torpedo bomber planes at a cost of The planes known as TBD type will be low winger mon oplanes The navy department said they will have markedlly greater speed and considerably greater range as well as many other im proved features over types of this class The new combat ships are intend ed for service with the navys air craft carriers The contract also specified a cer tain quantity of spare parts It was awarded after competition among several firms in design flight performance and open corn pctitive bidding Will Move to Hampton HANSELL Jan Earl Davis held a closing out sale selling all of her livestock and part of her household goods Mrs Davia plans to move to Hampton and operate a hamburger place there now lun by Mrs Jones The treasury would be richer by in processing taxes it lower courts had not issued injunc tions against Stales News Phest Colds STAINLESS now if you prefer 31ST ANNUAL DANISH BROTHERHOOD Number 219 Masquerade Ball CLEAR LAKE IOWA SURF BALLROOM WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29 Ladies Tax 85c Music By the Viking Accordion Band Masks Can Be Secured at the Surf UNMASKING AT P M Costumes must be in the hall one hour to compete for prizes H JU eres one cigarette that O writes its own advertising Its like You see Im reading a Chest erfield advertisement and Im smoking a Chesterfield ciga rette and all of you are smoking Chesterfields Now are mild not strong not Thats true isnt it Then you read and yet they satisfy please your taste give you what you want in a cigarette That says it doesnt it Wait a It says now that Chesterfields have plenty of aroma and flavor One of you go out of the room and come back That will tell you how pleasing the aroma is Chesterfield writes its own advertising O
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