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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 B 1937 SEVEtf SAYS SESSION TO BE PEACEFUL Kraschel Confident Party Bickering in Assembly Is at End. DES MOINES, (&)— Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel predicted Saturday that the party bickering between republicans and democrats whics marked the,opening of the Iowa legislature this week will vanisii during the remainder of the session. "We confidently expect that within another week, partisanship in the legislature will be forgotten," he said. "Further, I believe constructive legislation will emerge from the session." The harmony. Kraschel added, will come through assemblymen ••fraternizing" with each other. In Weekly Broadcast. The state's new democratic governor made his prediction of party harmony during the first of his weekly radio broadcasts since he took office Thursday. He said he hopes all Iowa radio stations will soon become a part of a network broadcasting the weekly address. Organization of the assembly this session, Kraschel went on, was "a bit more interesting than usual" because of the even party division in the house. With selection of the speaker and house desk force, Kraschel stSted. "partisanship has passed in the house." Reads From Journal. He pointed out that only in one other session has the senate taken from the lieutenant governor the authority to appoint committees. Reading from the senate journal, he quoted a part of the protest democrats made when they ''took a walk from the republican dominated committee on committees Vhich assumed the committee appointing power traditionally held by the lieutenant governor. Early in the- address. Kraschel discussed the importance of news" papers in desseminating public information, saying: "Most of them attempt to portray the facts exactly as they exist." Later he explained parts of his inaugural message in which he placed before the legislature a number of specific recommendations. Urjres Buildin? Program. He repeated that without additional taxes, except on trucks. "we can set up a substantial farm- to-n)arket road construction fund." and also urged again a building program for state board of control institutions. The governor announced appointment of Robert Burlingame of Eldora as assistant to his secretary, G. W. Kirtley of Harlan. at a press conference following the broadcast He said he has taken no action on a number of appointments coming before him, but repeated an earlier assertion that he waVits tn retain Dr. Walter L. Bierring as state health commissioner and C. B. Murtagh as state comptroller. Mason City to Join in Birthday Ball Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A, O'NEiL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 Mason City's armory will be the scene of one of the 5,'COO celebrations to be held throughout the country on President Roosevelt's birthday, Jan, 30, to raise funds for the nation's war against infantile paralysis. Shown above are the president and, on the rieht, Col. Henry L. Doherty, national chairman of Mr. Roosevelt's birthday parties for the fourth time. BELMOND BOWS TO CLEAR LAKE Drop Social Calendar MONDAY Elks club— Club rooms, dancing party. Twentieth Century club— Miss Laura Kern. 40 Oak drive, current events, Mrs. Carl A. Parker, lesson, Mrs. John A. Seize Passport of Woman Who Tnes to Collect $37,000 OSLO, Norway, f.-P)—Police Saturday seized the passport to the "mystery woman" who attempted tn collect the $37,000 Noo^. peace prize awarded to the German pacifist. Karl von Ossietzky. The woman, supposedly a German, who gave the name of Mrs. Alexandra Kruetzoerger. was confined to her hotel where she refused to see anyone. She said she was secretary to; Dr. Kurt Wannow of Berlin, and ; was acting at his instructions. \ "I don't know Ossietzky or his j -wife personally, and am only act- ins on orders" she declared. A section of the Norwegian press charged her action was an attempt by nazt authorities to seize the Nobel prize money. B. P. Kensington club— j Mrs. William Ulen, 407': North Federal avenue. Child Study club— j Y. W. C. A,, Mrs. C. E. Cooper, i Mrs. A. M. Eaug. Mrs. M. D. ! Judd, program. I Monday club— ' Mrs. H. V. MacGregor, -i38 East j State street, lesson, Mrs. Rob I Roy Cerney. j V. G. L, elub— _. Mrs. R. E. Romeq. 428 First street southeast, lesson, Mr?. B. Ravmond Weston. Y. \V. C. A. board— 7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. ; Presbyterian Stowaways— 6:30~ o'clock, church. Cotton Butler. Dickie DiMarco, Betty ; Bamber. Mary Richardson, com- ; mittee, dinner and bob sled party. Madison C. S. C.— i 7:30 o'clock, school, December and January lessons. L. D. R.— 7:30 o'clock. Trinity Lutheran ohurch. Decree of Honor— 8 o'clock. Moose hall, installation of officers, refreshments. Joyce Kilmer club— Bovaird tearoom, Florence O'Leary and Florence Flynn, hostesses: Virginia Soukup and Helen Miller, current events: Marjorie O'Connor, "Negro Art and Literature." Immanuel W. M. S.— 8 o'clock, parsonage. Mrs. J. Lee Lewis, speaker. Women's Catholic Order of Foresters— 8 o'clock. Mrs. Irving Elstad, 1014 Jersey avenue northeast, Mrs. Paul Kelsh assisting. TUESDAY Idl-R's club— 1 o'clock, Ford Hopkins tea room. Mrs. R. H. Bruner, hostess. American Leffion Auxiliary— 2 o'clock. P. G. & E. auditorium. Mrs. Earl K. Howe, Mrs. Vic , chairmen. Temple, 304 Vermont avenue j southeast, Mrs. V. A. Farrell, j Mrs. G. S. C. Andrick, assisting, j Msr. Milton Bergland, lesson. R. B. Bridge club— 6:30 o'clock, Jefferson amber room, Mrs. L. D. Mather, hostess. Wa-Tan-Ye club— 6:45 o'clock, Higley home. ! Hardinsr C .S. C.— I 7:30 o'clock, school, Mrs. C. E. j Cagley, leader. St. James Friendship society—• 8 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. William Swift, Mr. and Mrs. H. Kapplinger. L. A. to B. of R. T.— 7:30 o'clock, Moose hall. THURSDAY Family Has Narrow Escape From Death as Gas Line Breaks NEWTON, (.¥)— Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Johnson and their daughters, Julia, 12, and Louise. 7. narrowly escaped death early Friday when gas seeped into their house from a broken gas line. Julia wakened and telephoned for help just before she \vas overcome. The others were revived and taken to a hospita! for further treatment. Mr. Johnsonm is secretary to F. L. Maytag, Judge Rules National Union Loan Bankrupt DES MOINES, (fPt . — District Federal Judge Charles A. Dewey ruled Saturday that the National Union Loan Society, Inc., of Davenport, is a bankrupt concern and should be liquidated rather than reorganized. Judge Dcwey made his- ruling after a hearing on a report of W. A. Newport, Davenport bankrupt- c;' referee and special master. Newport, in his record, said the society had been mismanaged. New Teacher Selected. ROCKWELL—Miss Hazel Ziegler, primary teacher in the public school, resigned to accept a similar I position in the school .at Rockford, beginning her work Monday. The ^chool! board here has not yet se- lectea a successor to Miss Ziegler. Mrs. J. E. Stinehart. 115 Adams! avenue northwest, lesson. Mrs. i Rosamond Larson, Mrs. Roy | Servison. W. R. C.— 2:30 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. White Shrine— 6:30 o'clock, Masonic temple. Mrs. George Farrer, dinner chairman, 7:30 o'clock, business session. Baptist Y. W, A.— Postponed. Triple D club— 7 o'clock, Eadmar hotel, Mrs. Rex Asper, hostess. St. Joseph P. T. A.— 7:30 o'clock, school, play by 7 and 8 grades, talk by the Rev. Father O'Loary. Church of Christ Missionary circle— 7:30 o'clock, church, music, Mrs. | Verle Clawson, devotions, Mrs. j W. H. Boyd. lesson, Mrs. Ruth j Holbrook "Borman, Mrs. A. A. Height, Marjorie Height, social hour, Mrs. P. V. Barclay, Mrs. Margaret Quick Armstrong, re- cep.tion. Miss Ida Knock, Mrs. R. C. Morehouse. Police Auxiliary— 7:30 o'clock. P. G. & E. auditorium. Mrs. John Hrubetz. Mrs, Glen Hamblin. McKinley C. S. C.— 7:30 o'clock, school. Moose lodge— 8 o'clock. Moose hall. V. F. W. Auxiliary— 8 o'clock, V. F. W. hall. WEDNESDAY Literature Department— 12 o'clock. Library assembly. Queen of Clubs— 1 o'clock. Jefferson amber room, j Freeman Ladies' aid— 1 o'clock, Mrs. Fritz Hintzcn. Calvary M. S.— 1 o'clock, Mrs. George Evans, i 1218 Madison avenue northwest! Oweso club— 1:15 o'clock, Mrs, Lou Schmidt, j 212 Hampshire avenue north-1 east St. Joseph's Tabernacle society— 2:30 o'clock, parish hall, Mrs. John Hughes,-Mrs. John Hrubetz, hostesses. Central Lutheran west guild— 2:30-o'clock, Mrs. C. E. Wass, 321 Monroe avennue northwest. P. E. O. Chapter GN— 1:15 o'clock, Mrs. Meredith History club — j Mrs. Steve O'Brien, 932 Adams j avenue northwest. Mrs, H. W, Conover, lesson. | L. U. G. A. club— j Mrs. Kate Johnson. | Sub-Deb club — j 7:30 o'clock, Jeanne Sullivan, j 1307 Pennsylvania a v e n u e j southeast. j New Idea club — | 1 o'clock, Mrs. E. Sipple, 828 j First street northwest. j A. U. S. W. V. circle— I 2 o'clock. Mrs. Ella Maddy, 913 j Adams avenue northwest. Grace Evangelical Ladies' aid — 2 o'clock, church parlors. Mrs. George Collen. Mrs. M. Waggoner. hostesses. Novel club — Mrs. King Vanderwicken, 115 Kentucky avenue southeast. R. N. A.— Health club — 2 o'clock. Moose hall, Mrs. Martin J. Faktor, chairman. St. James division 1 — 2 o'clock, Mrs. Elisa Doering, 811 South Federal avenue. Trinity Ladies 'aid — 2:30 o'clock, church parlors. Mrs. E. A. Rankin, Mrs. S. Sagen. Mrs. Ray Kellar, Mrs. H. F. Johnson, hostesses. Immanuel N. E. division — 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. B. T. Erholm, 215 Fifth street southeast. i W. N. T. club— j Mrs. Merle Peters, Mrs. Carl I Johnson. 122 1 -. Thirteenth street northeast. Sorosis club— Y. W. C. A., Mrs. R. P. Harmon, hostess. Mrs. N. D. Milcr. lesson. Hanford Ladies' aid — Mrs. T. E. Wagner, Mrs. Charles! Wagner. Monroc-Washincrton C. S. C. — 7:30 o'clock, school. Baptist D. 0. A.— 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Harvey Adams. 925 Madison avenue northwest. Athenian club— 7:45 o'clock. Mrs, E. E. Fleming. hostess, 508 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, current events, Mrs. L. C. Perkins, Mrs. J. A. Pasternak: lesson, Mrs. H. B. McLaughlin. Hijrh School P. T. A.— Postponed, American Lcirion Auxiliary — 7:30 o'clock. 40 and 8 clubrooms. Women of the Moose — 7:30 o'clock. Moose hall. L. 0. T. 0.— ! 8 o'clock. T. O. O. -F. hall. 30-25 Decision; Lion Reserves Defeat Bronc Seconds 12-10. CLEAR LAK E—Belmond's Broncos again bowed to the Clear Lake- Lions, going down 30 to 25 despite a sustained .-scoring drive in the last half of a game oti the local court Friday night. The Clear Lake seconds, in the opened of the double bill, nosed out Belmond's reserves, 12 to 10. Coe, at a forward, and Jensen, center, paced the varsity winners with 13 and 8 points, respectively, while Peterson, Belmond forward, sank four field goals and a pair of free throws. The Lions, after a slow period in which they gained a 4 to 2 lead, sewed the game up in the second stanza when they hit the hoop for 14 points to establish an 18 to 8 margin in their favor at the half. Despite the low score, the game between the reserves developed plenty of thrills as the two teams battled down to the last few seconds in a 10-10 deadlock. Clear Lake's winning basket swished the net only 10 seconds before the final gun. CLEAR LAKE ' [BELMOND I VARSITY—30 ! VARSITY'—3» if ft »|- 'e ft ' fi 1 2| Peterson t -122 2 I ijobrecht f 1 I) (I I) (I (IJBanmnic f 001) (I 0 0|.I. Peterson I » « « Jensen c * 'i SJPacfciiri! <! ' X n '1 Rutan i - '2 0 l|Brady l 2 1 « Lewis l 00 O'Anderson c 1 II 0 |Kraas f n fl (I ISheller i: I) II it TOTAL 14 2 fliTOTALS « US'! Runnltlp <r<ire by quarters: CLEAR LAKE 4 1* 21 lid missed: Clear Lake fi; L.«: scorer, L'nderkofler: America's "Queen of Taps" MANY CHANGES IN WEEKLY LIST Illnesses Cause Numerous Cancellations on Programs. CLEAR LAKE—Programs for the week are greatly modified because of the large amount of illness among Clear Lake residents. In some cases activities are called off indefinitely and in others simply changed to other meeting places". Many are subject to change Virginia'. * At the time a"deputy SUPREME COURT JUDGE ACCUSED Charge of Hunting Without Stamp on License May Be Pressed. WASHINGTON. (IP)— The biological survey indicated Saturday it intended to press a charge of violating federal game laws against Associate Justice Willis Van Devanter, who went duck hunting without a SI duck stamp. Ira N. Gabrielson. head of the bureau, which enforces federal game laws, said a report on the case had been sent to the solicitor of the agriculture department. He added: "Our policy is to prosecute each and every violation." Van Devanter, 77 year old member of the supreme court, was hunting with the Rev. ZeBarney T. Phillips, chaplain in the senate, in without notice as the needs of the moment dictate. federal game warden discovered the justice had no duck stamp at- Boy Scouts will hold the usual tached to his license . Coe 1 Murphy f Mullarky f Fisllrr t Free throws Bf.inond 4. Rffcrce, >I» timer. Cone. CLEAR LAKE SECONDS—I Palmetrr t FUtler f . Cdyier c Comstork c >T»llarVr IT Philippe it Bason s |BELMONO I SECONDS— In ft ft f: If f f 1 f l)'B»nninf f 0 II 1 2 II UPeterson f II II n:Bullerfref f n H lllFinn f. I ft ttiBenson c " I' ll'Krjss i 0(1 o:she!ter r iHownsen |r IN'elson f .1 2 1 (i 0 (I I 0 ft 0 rt I 1 HOI 0 rt 3 II II i « II I) TOTALS < 4 3JTOTALS Running score by quartern: CI/KAR. LAKE i « BELMOND , - 3 .1 Free throws nyssed: Clear Lake mond 1, Referee, Haas: timer. Cone. scorer. Undrrkofler: KNUTSONWILL SEE INAUGURAL Coe College Military Band Travels to Nation's Capital. CLEAR LAKE—Milo Knutson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Knutson, 300 South East street, who plays cornet in Coe College Military band, is making the trip to Washington, D. C., with the band to take part in the inaugural ceremonies for President Franklin D. Roosevelt at Washington on Wednesday. ' The organization leaves Cedar Rapids Sunday afternoon and arrives in Chicago that night. The men travel in two sleepers and have a baggage car for the equipment, using the Baltimore and Ohio road from Chicago and arriving in Washington Monday. On Tuesday the band will give.a 15 minute broadcast from the national capitol over the Blue network. Mr. Knutson started his banrT career in Clear Lake when six years old and has been identified with local musical units ever since. He has attended several national musical contests as a member of the high school band or of the brass sextet. Miss Bradshaw. W. A. Storer and John Kopecky have been his instructors. CLEAR LAKE—Eleanor Powell, the world's most sensational tap dancer, is the stellar attraction in "Born to Dance," the new Hollywood musical smash coming to the Lake theater Sunday and Monday. Among- the 100 beautiful girls engaged to appear in this musical extravaganza are six winners of beauty contests who find steady employment with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Eleanor PoweM started dancing- at the age of six, was discovered by Gus Edwards at 13, did nightly engagements on Broadway at 1$, later worked in "Follow 'fiiru" and several other musical hits and is now known as America's "Queen of Taps." meeting at the schoolhouse Mon- ] day evening with S. P. Hansen in charge. Daughters of Union Veterans will meet promptly at 7:30 Monday evening at the home of Mrs. E."W. Winnie, 409 Henry street, for a business session. One officer is to be elected and appointments completed. Light refreshments will be served. Study Stalin. Wa-Tan.-Ye club will meet at the Palm Garden Monday evening with Mrs. Mabel Newcomer and .Tudire Will Waiu Told .the bureau of biological survey had sent a report to the agriculture department's solicitor. Van Devanter said he would a 'ait developments. He gave this account of the incident: "It is true that Dr. Phillips called me up and asked me to go duck shooting. I assented and sent down to the Auto club for a Virginia hunting license and it cost me $10 or $12. "We went to nearby Virginia and as we were waiting in a blind George S. Ott, Prominent Resident, Dies in Hospital Mrs. Gerald Brooks in charge of j m the water, one of the inspectors the program. The Misses Audrey j came around and asked to see our Anderson, Dora Nykvist and Fae | licenses. He said mine did not Francis will tell of their European • trips. _ Mrs. C. A. Knutson, North Third I street, will entertain the Progress ; club Monday and Mrs. J. C. Dav- ^nport will lead the lesson on .taiin. A joint public installation of officers of the I. O. O. F. lodge No. 187 and Tina Rebekahs , will be held at I. O. O. F. hall Monday Veteran, City Councilman Succumbs to Heart Ailment. CLEAR LAKE—George S. Ott, 63, 501 South Fourth street, died at 6:30 o'clock Saturday morning at - Mason City hospital of heart disease. He had been confined to the nouse since the first o£ • the year and was taken to the hospital Wednesday. He had been suffering heart attacks for several yr jrs. Mr. Ott is survived by his wife and two children, Barbara and Vincent, and a brother, Sol Ott, all of Clear Lake. He was a member of the Clear Lake city council several terms, resigning about a year ago to become a candidate j for county supervisor. He was a member of the Methodist church. Sons of Veterans and Knights of Pythias. No funeral arrangements have-*been made. Williams Funeral home is in charge. FRIDAY Clear Lake Briefs -Christian Workers — Divisions 1 and 2, 1 o'clock, Mrs. .I.'-W. Hight. 320 Second street northwest: division 4, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Con LaGasse, 20 Twelfth street northwest, Mrs. J. Timmerman, assisting: division 5. 1 o'clock, Mrs. Joel Hanes. 425 Delaware avenue northeast. division 6, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. T. E. Simkins, 724 Ninth street northeast. Presbyterian Women — Church, evening group in charge. Methodist Ladies' aid— 1 o'clock, division 1. Mrs. L. A. Aucken, ,1418 Adams avenue southwest: division 2. Mrs. Arleigh Marshall. 324 Seventh street northwest: division 3, Mrs. C. A. Hanson, 14 Taylor avenue northwest: division 4. Mrs. H B. Major .20 Oak drive: division 5. Mrs. T. E. Davidson. .903 Second street southwest: division fi. Mrs. R. F,. Panlcv. 83 River Heights; division 7. Mrs. F. G. Carlson, 511 East State street, division 8. Mrs. Willis Bemis. 725 Eleventh street northeast: division 9. Mrs. Ray Oulman. 215 Seventh street . northeast: division 10. Mrs. H. K. Griffith, 25 Twentieth street southeast. Banti«t Ladies' aid — 2 o'clock, Mrs. G. A. Barnett, 121 Sixth street northwest. Daughters of Veterans — 7:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Influenza, colds, sinus trouble quickly re 1 i e v e d. Dr. Rorvig, Chiropractor, Clear Lake. Dorcas circle of the Zion Lutheran aid has been postponed until Jan, 28 because of illness 3mong the members. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Burden street, are both muqh improved after having the flu for several days. Mr. Johnson is able to resume his work. Mrs. Reuben Fryer, Clara street, is ill with an attack of lumbago. Ralph Intrersol is confined to his home by illness. Miss Barbara Ott arrived Friday from Northfield. Minn., called by the serious illness of her father, George Ott. Dies After Tumble. JAMAICA, <VP)—Mistaking the doorway to the cellar stairway for an entry to another room, Mrs. George Heater. 72. tumbled head-\ long into the basement and suffered injuries from which she died a short time later. Women's Labor Bureau— 7 o'clock. Labor temple. SATURDAY Browninr club— GEORGE S. OTT Clear Lake Calendar CHURCH WOMEN ENTERTAINED i/uunj ijuj j\.'-'w.i~j) *i**i.i.\jvM.t*v —-•*.- ] m D. u. v., Mrs. E. w. Winnie, 409 Congregational Members Henry street, 7:30 p. m. . , D ^T-,, T-, , c Monday —Boy scouts, schoolhouse. Henry street, 7:30 p Wa-Tan-Ye club, Palm Garden, 6:30 p. m. Progress club, Mrs. C. A. Knutson, North Third street. Odd Fellows No. 187 and Tina Rebekah lodges, installation, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. \ Tuesday— L. D. R., Miss Dorts Jensen, East Main street, 7:30 p. m. Circle No. 5, Methodist aid, Mrs. S. S. Hudson, 204 King street, 2:30 p. m. Townsend club No. 1, I. S. Snodgrass, 210^outh Oak street Group No, 2, Congregational aid, Mrs. Sam Hyde, 215 North Oak street. Rebekah staff practice, I. O. O. F. hall. Hear Play Read; Sew -x Quilts for Needy. CLEAR LAKE — Mrs. C. A. Knutson, North Third street, with Mrs. C. E. Wells as co r hostess, entertained 10 members of group No. 4 of the Congregational aid .Friday afternoon. Mrs. H. E. Blough read a play for the group and the women sewed on a. quilt for welfare work. Light refreshments were served. Mrs. Shirley Kimball will entertain the group at the home of Mrs. Wells in February, * * * LINGER LONGER CLUB evening. L. D. R. will meet with Miss Doris Jensen, East Main street, Tuesday evening at 7:30 for a postponed meeting. Miss Klare McCormick is assisting hostess. Mrs. S. S. Hudson, 204 King street, will entertain circle No. 5 of the Methodist aid at her home Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. Staff to Practice. Each woman attending is asked to bring a pie to the Townsend club meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Snodgrass, 210 South Oak street, Tuesday evening. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Sam Hyde, 215 North Oak street, will entertain group No. 2 of the Congregational aid at her home Tuesday at a 1:30 p. m., dessert luncheon. Rebekah staff practice has been announced for Tuesday at I. O. O. F. hall. Lions club will meet Wednesday at the Legion clubrooms at 12:15 p. m. Mrs. J. C. Davenport, North Fourth street, will entertain the W. C. T. U. at her home Wednesday at 2:15. Mrs. P. J. Pederson is in charge of the program. Plan Installation. Pilgrim group No. 5 of the Congregational aid will meet, at the home of Mrs. C. R. Woodford, North Fourth street at 1:30 p. m., j have a stamp on it New But Required. "I asked him if that was necessary and he said it was something new but required, and that lots of hunters did not have .them because they did not kno " about it. "We had not shot any ducks and I offered to get out of the blind and go to a nearby postoffice and get one at once. The inspector was very pheasant. He said it was not necessary. He said t; get one when we finished hunting, I thanked him and got the stamp and put it on the license the next day." Van Devanter said the' game warden "may have known I was a supreme court justice by my name, but I did not tell him that and no mention was made of it." S500 Fine Possible. Gabrielson said Deputy Game Warden George King of Virginia made out the report file_d with the solicitor. Aides of Gabrielson said only cases intended for prosecution' were sent to the office. Hunting without a stamp carries a maximum penalty of a $500 fine or 6 months in jail, or both. Just before Christmas, however. Attorney General Cummings was asked if the justice department— the agency which actually would prosecute the case—would press charges against V,iu Devanter and he replied with a laugh: "We'll make this a case of executive clemency." Former Prep Star. Make Debut in Bout DES MOINES, (JP) — Ralph O'Dell, the big lowan who traded ... , football stardom at Southern Cali- Wednesday for a dessert luncheon. Iornia for the fight game _ wii ; Eastern Stai-lodge: will hola m- makc his firet prolessional ap . Wednesday-Lions club, Legion | HOLDS MEETING clubrooms, 12:15 p. m. W. C. T. U., Mrs. J. C. Davenport, North Fourth street, 2:15 p. m. Pilgrim group, No. 5, Congregational aid. Eastern Star, Masonic Temple. Friendship Chain club, Mrs. Floyd Purviance, North Center street Pilgrim group No. 5, Congregational aid, Mrs. C. R. Woodford, North Fourth street, 1:30 p. m. Thursday—Rotary club, I. O. O. F. hall, 12:15 p. m. Pythian Sisters, Knight of Pythias lodges, I. O. O. F. hall, 6:30 p. m. Priscilla circle. Zion Lutheran aid, Claus Maley rural home, Twentieth Century club, Mrs. F. E. DeMott, 414 North Fifth street. 'Crescent club, Mrs. A. S. Dice, 514 Jefferson street, 3 p. m. Royal club, Mrs. Vern Peterson, 407 North Oak street Sorosis club, Mrs. Ray Robbins, 214 North Fourth street. Friday— Circle No. 6, Methcdist aid, Mrs. Sever Nelson, 304 Clara streel. Star club, Mrs. Frank C.latk, Benton street Mrs. August Bitker, 611 Emerson street, entertained eight members of the Linger Longer club at stallation of officers at Masonic temple Wednesday evening. Mrs. Floyd Purviance, North Center street, will be hostess to the Friendship Chain club Wednesday afternoon at her home. Rotarians will meet for luncheon at I. O. O. F. hall Thursday at 12:15 p. m. Pythian Sisters and Knights of Pythias lodges will meet for a 6:30 dinner followed by private installation of officers at I. O. 0. F. hall Thursday evening. To Hold Luncheon. Priscilla circle of the Zion Lutheran aid will be entertained at the ! Olaus Maley rural home Thursday I with Mrs. Edwin Swanson hostess. pearance Monday night. Lured from, the campus by Mike Cantwell and a group of wealthy eastern sportsmen, O'Dell has been training exactly one year for his boxing debut. Mrs. Charles Ehmke of Humboldt Passes HUMBOLDT,.(/P)—Mrs. Charles Ehmke, Women's Relief corps leader here, died unexpectedly of heart disease Saturday. Her husband, who is blind, and four children survive. M rs. F. E. DeMott will be host-1 Strom Is Named Vice ~~ * '""' Consul in Switzerland her home Friday afternoon.- program of speaking was given and a business session held. Mrs. Bitker served lunch at the close. Mrs. Carl Bitker, Clara street, will be hostess to the club on Jan. 29. * » * AID WOMEN HEM CHURCH TABLE LINEN Mrs. J. F. Charlesworth, East Main street, was hostess to circle No. 2 of the Methodist aid Friday with Mrs. Ralph Ott and Mrs. Ray Baker assisting in serving the 1:30 dessert luncheon to 14 members present. Mrs. W. N. Hill led the devotions and following the business session the time was spent in hemming new* tablecloths for the general aid. MRS. THAYER ENTERTAINS CIRCLE Mrs. Leslie Thayer, South Third street, was assisted in entertaining circle No. 1 of the Methodist aid Friday by Mrs. H. A. Pinckney and Mrs. E. W. Pittman. The afternoon was spent socially by the 14 women present arid refreshments were served at the close. A i at a luncheon Thursday afternoon. Mesdames H. H. Crane, Guy Wis- Game Law Violators Fined at Clarion • CLEAR LAKE — Adrian De- Waard, Kanawns." was fined $13.85 for hunting withou; a license Friday and Clarence De- Waard, also of Kanawha, the same amount on a similar charge. George Roskamp, Kanawha, was fined $103.85 for illegal iposses- sion of a pheasant. His f,nn was 6 o'clock, Mrs. H. J. Steinberg, confiscated Friday also. All three Congo Club to Hear TalkhyJ. E. Brown CLEAR LAKE — J. E. Brown will address members of the Congo club Sunday evening at the church concerning the present financial structure and the opportunities of present day youth- to earn a livelihood. His talk will also include a review of social security and insurance provisions. Miss .Helen Lomen. will- be guest j pianist at the Congo club meet- gerhof, DeMott, J. E. Brown, C. A. Peace, I. C, Jensen and H. E. Freeman are on the committee and Mrs. Dale Harmon is in charge of a "Music Day" program. Mrs. A. S. Dice, 514 Jefferson street, will entertain Crescent club Thursday afternoon at 3 p. m., with Mrs. Harold 'Thompson leading the lesson on Italy and Mussolini. Royal club will hold a pot-luck luncheon at the home of Mrs. Ve.-ri DECORAH—Dr. Carl W. Strom. '19. former registrar and head of the department of mathematics at Luther college, has been assigned as vice consul at the American consulate general at Zurich, Switzerland. Miss Edel Magelssen, Albert Lea, Minn., sophomore at Luther college, will accompany Dr. and Mrs. Strom to Zurich, Switzerland She will act as governess and Mrs. Strom's maid. She intends to stay 2 or 3 years and while there will study at the Uni- Peterson, 407 North Oak street versity of Zurich. Thursday afternoon. I Picnic Planned. j Mrs. Ray Robbins, 214 North Fourth street, will entertain Sorosis club members at her home Thursday. Mrs. William Burkhart and Mrs. E. B. Stillman are lesson leaders. Mrs. Sever Nelson, 304 Clara street, will be • hostess to circle No. 6 of the Methodist aid at her home Friday afternoon.^ Star club will hold a picnic at the home of Mrs. Frank Clark, Benton street, Friday afternoon. Each member will bring sandwiches and one other dish. Music Educators to Meet. MINNEAPOLIS, iff)— Arrangements for the North Central Music Educators' conference and the annual convention of the Minnesota Bandmasters' association here April 4 to 9, are being worked put by the Minneapolis planning committee and executives of northwest musical organizations. ing and i-served refreshments ,'-will be John Barrymore has finally married his 21 year old protege. She chased him all over the continent, but he caught her at last —Springfield Union. DRAKE WINS. ST. LOUIS. (IP) —Drake's 32 to 13 halftime lead provided the margin for a 47 to 32 Missouri Valley conference basketball vie-' tory over Washington university here Friday night despite a last half Washington rally. Frank O'Connor, Bulldog forward. led the scoring with 14 points. I A If E THEATRE L A IX C CLEAR LAKE TONIGHT Only—SATURDAY Cash and Many Other Prizes Come Early SUNDAY r MONDAY Continnmu Sunday SUrU 1 p. m.—Adm. S8c—lie

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