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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 11, 1949
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cttr Woman's Club Planning Panel "Civilizing Human Relations" Theme Clear Lake — The Clear Lake Women's club will present an inter-faith panel from Des Moines •t the City hall, Tuesday at 8 p. m. The panel, consisting of Newton L. Margulies and H. Telfer :. M Pes Moines attorneys, and Austin Finnessy director of public relations for the Iowa Federation of Labor, will discuss "Civilizing Human Relations." The Rev. I. E. . Metcalf, director of the Iowa Tri - Cities region of the National Confer- L E. Metcalf ence °* Chris„, , tians and Jews, will be moderator. This program is presented at part of the educational program of the National Conference of Christians and Jews in an effort to combat prejudice that exists among various racial, religious end cultural groups that make up our citizenry and to create mutual understanding, and co-operation. The national conference, which was organized in 1928 by Charles Evans Hughes, Newton D. Baker and Doctor S. Parkes Cadman, has been working in Iowa for 15 years, "The conference works on the assumption that prejudice is a threat to the democratic ideals of the nation and that it is the responsibility of the whole community to work toward its elimination," the Rev. Mr. "Metcalf said. The meeting is sponsored by the national and community service department of the Clear Lake Woman's club. Mrs. E. L. Yeager, chairman, is assisted by Mmes. Eldon Finer, Robert Hayden and Robert O'Dea. Husbands of members will be fpecial guests and refreshments will be served at the close. Members needing transportation may call one of the courtesy committee, Mmes. G. W. Atkins, Dean Anderson or A. R. Elsbury, and arrangements will be made for them. J. R. Liebendorter Tomachick Denner Clear Lake—J. R, Liebendorfer was chosen denner of Cub Scout den 9, the Tomachicks, at the home of the den mother, Mrs. M. L. Knutson Thursday afternoon, Dick Weaver is assistant denner and Tom Petersen keeper of the buckskin. Mrs. Knutson announced that "Fire Detecting" is the theme of the month. The Cubs will watch for lire hazards this week and clip newspaper items about fires. Mrs. Knutson read from the cowboy book. Dick Thoe was a guest. ' Gary Edwards and Tommy Castle were welcomed' as new members of den 2, the Flying Eagles, at the home of Mrs. Charles Davis, den mother. Teddy Christensen is an applicant. The Cubs studied fire prevention and found items in the paper about fires. Melvin Fisher led the flag ceremony and served treats. Indians of den 8 are to be fire detectives this week following their meeting at the home of Mrs. Tom Wood, den mother, Thursday. They will inspect their homes for fire hazards, plan emergency escapes from the home in case of fire and clip fire items from papers to make a study of fire causes. Jim Sage led the pledge of allegiance and told about the den he attended in Cedar Falls this summer, Dick Eliasen gave an account of his trip to the Black Hills and Joe Miles described salmon fishing in Washington. Mrs. Wood treated. The meeting closed with the living circle. Richard Whelan was chosen Hag custodian, Bobby Hanson keeper of the buckskin and David Traub reporter for the Panthers, den 4, at the home of Mrs. Loren Whelan Saturday. Michael Peterson was a guest. The older den members helped the new boys to start their achievements. Mrs. Whelan served cake for Billy's birthday and Bobby Hanson treated with apples. Amvet Auxiliary to Attend Convention at Thornton Oct. 17 Clear Lake — Mrnes. William VIcKibben, Kenneth Cobb, Fred Sill, Henry Schoneman, N. L. Larson and John Kopecky .have been named delegates to the county convention of the Amvet Auxiliary at Thornton Oct. 17, it was announced Saturday following a meeting of the order at Legion 3 all. Other members may attend the program which will include a social hour with games and prizes and special ceremonies. A potluck luncheon is to be served at noon. A school of instruction at Hamp:on Oct. 25 was also announced. Several will go. Mrs. Ed Heitland reported on ;he county picnic held at her home and Mrs. J. R. Buttleman, community service chairman, that $5 lad been donated to the polio fund. Donations to hospitals included 6 dozen cookies, 20 candy aars, 6 pillowslips, 4 print covers, J . drawstring bags and $5. Five oalls of carpet rags were contributed. ' . Nine guests were present from Central Heights. Mrs. Harold Maune, president, gave a short talk. Mmes. David Enabnit and S. A. Watts served. The next meeting is Oct. 21 at 2 p. m. Billie Marie Rose Is Patrol Leader Clear Lake—Billie Marie Rose was chosen patrol leader of Brownie troop 3-2 at the first meeting held at the junior high building Monday after school. Jane Anderson was chosen treasurer. The girls learned what it means to be a Brownie Scout. Mmes. M. A. Hintzman and H. T. Christensen are leaders. Marneta Lowman is scribe of Brownie troop 4-1 and Phyllis Griswold is patrol leader. ; Mrs. Robert Nichols is leader. The girls practiced square dancing. Mrs. Nichols treated to frosticks. The troop meets at the Lincoln building each Wednesday at 4. Brownie troop 3-1 will organize at th'e Lincoln building Monday. Mmes. Robert O'Dea and Robert Kabrick are leaders. Discussion of plans for the year's work took up the time of Brownies 4-2 at the junior high building Thursday. After the opening ceremonies games were played and treats were served at the close. Mmes. James Knipe and A. J. Bower are leaders. Next week the troop will elect officers. Clear Lake Globe Gazette IF rou« pArxm is MOT PEMVEBED ny s-.oo v. «., p H . z;» OK zs». NO COMPLAINTS CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTEK e-.ts. II Ronald Prescott Is 8th in Judging Event Clear Lake — Ronald Prescott placed 8th in the individual judging contest for Future Farmers of America at the Dairy Cattle Congress in Waterloo Monday. In all 82 schools and 246 contestants participated. '; . Others from Clear Lake attending were Herbert Fuller, Franklin Enf ield and- Roger Katz with their instructor in vocational" agriculture, "William C. Rich. The boys represented Clear Lake in the F. F. A. dairy judging contest. After spending the morning an judging the boys attended the hippodrome in the afternoon as guests of the D. D. C. In the evening contestants and their leaders were guests of the John Deere company at a banquet. At this time trophies and medals were awarded winning teams and individuals. 35 Year Members Are Congratulated Clear Lake—Mmes. Hans Vil- .adsen, Walter Jensen, Carl Jo- lannessen, Doiu Hansen, Julius Seng and A. I. Shook, who have been members of the Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid for 35 years or "onger, were warmly congratu- ated by the Rev. Ruben Mostrom, castor, in a farewell talk to the group at the church Thursday afternoon. Mmes. Soren Olson and Archie arson sang a number dedicated :o the Rev. and Mrs. Mostrom and family to the tune of "Flow ently, Sweet Afton." Words were Mrs. Eldon Finer. Mrs. Perry Bailey paid a tribute to the Mos- :roms and Joan and Julie Larson, the Larson twins, sang 2 numbers. The ladles sextet sang "How Lovely Are Thy Gardens" and Vlrs. Mrs. Ed Erickson gave the topic, "Songs of Moses." Mrs. Aaron Bless arranged.the program, Tea was served by Mrs. Harold Jorgenrud and committee and Mrs. Bless poured. Mmes. Carl Ashland and Oscar Sorlie are W. M. F. delegates to ;he circuit meeting at St. Ansgar Oct. 11. Mmes. C. O. Lomen, Archie Larson and Jens Jensen are :he nominating committee to report Nov. 3. Martha circle held a bake sale. Plan Greater Use of Social Center Clear Lake—Plans for making more use of the All Veterans Social Center by veterans' organizations were formulated at a meeting of the local 40 and 8 at the center Tuesday evening. The unit will co-operate with the American Legion post in the special activity planned by the post for Oct. 18 when a basket social is to be featured. L. E. Ashland, T. E. Son- clrol, Jr., and G. W,. Atkins are the committee. Arnold Moeller, Sidney Halford and Paul Rader were named a committee to plan a money raising project for the benefit of the polio fund. Forde Lee and Mr. Moelier were named to see what can be done to break up the dangerous practice of school children walking down the middle of the streets. lose Colds'Miseries Mothers Best Known Way Mother ... for soothing relief from miseries of your little one's nasty cold, be sure to rub his throat, chest and back with Vlcks VapoRub. Children lore it because It's so wanninc and comforting. And remember .-you can use VapoRub »s often a» needed—day or night ja*ta»#y-4he moment you rub K on—VapoRob starts to work to ficsf-Jcnown hem* remedy you con irso fo r«/revo distress of cofds relieve miserable discomforts of the cold. Its famous relisf-bring- ing action lasts for hours... gases coughs, relieves upper bronchial congestion, soothes irritation ... and keeps on working to bring wonderful relief even while your, youngster tleept. Try it! For children and grown* ups—get the one and only THEY'RE WELL MANNERED PUPS~The 4 pups of Tiny, 7 year old Toy "terrier*"belonging to Mrs. Gae Kocourek, 215 S. Elm street, Clear Lake, "mind their manners," as they watch a tiny 6 days old kitten get a warm lunch. The kitten, its eyes not yet open, was found at the city dump Sunday by Jimmy Kocourek who heard it crying and found it in a bunch _of waste papers. He carried it home and Tiny, who had had previous experience with felines, took it in stride and provided nourishment without further ado. Does one note an air of concern in the features of the pups as to whether there will be enough to go around? Olson's Topic 'Problems of Agriculture Clear Lake — Marion Olson, ounty extension director, spoke >n "Changing Problems of Ag- iculture" for the program of the Notary club at the All Veterans "ocial Center Thursday noon. Mr. Olson brought out the fact hat people have different diet n present days and that, instead of eating great quantities of meat and potatoes, they use more fruits «id vegetables bringing about a changed demand for farm products. *• The farmers are learning, he •aid, that they cannot get big n-ices for items for which there s no demand. The problem may 3e solved, he thinks, by applica- ion of the principles of Rotary and Christianity on the part of economy together with labor and management. The program must be good for everyone if it i?, to "succeed. Mr. Olson said that, in the mid- west, farming is "big business" in "hat the investment in farm ma- :hinery and equipment is as much jer man as the so-called "big business" interests have invested Der laborer. Olson also discussed the Brannan and Aitken farm jlans. W. C. Dewel, Algona, was a vis- ting Rotarian. T. B. Ditmer, of Adrian, Mich.; R. B. Plumb, Lincoln, Nebr., and Rudy Hansen were guests. Girl Scout Troops Open Year's Work Clear Lake—Plans for a potluck supper to be held in the homemaking rooms at the high school next Wednesday at 5:30 were made by the senior Girl j Scout troop at its meeting Wednesday after school. Myrna Jean Miller will be in charge and officers will be elected. The program committee, Gloria Scott, chairman; Myrna Jean Miller, Judy Merriman, Barbara Lester, Nancj' Ludwig and Margaret Newman will meet Tuesday at 4:30 to plan entertainment. Mmes. Richard Harry, James Kennedy and James Koons are leaders. Troop 5 met and discussed requirements for 2nd class scouts and how to pass the tenderfoot test, also what they would like to do this year. Marilyn Kimball assisted in place of Mrs. T. G. Burns and d i r ec t e d 2 square dances, "Take a Little Peek" and "Oyster and Crab." Next week each of the 16 girls will bring a guest. Preliminary plans for a Halloween party were discussed by troop 7 and 26 girls completed registration Wednesday following school. About 40 are expected. Mmes. George Heetland and Tom Wood are leaders. Troop 6 held a get acquainted and social'meeting Thursday afternoon with the leaders, Mmes. H. B. Cook and Robert Roseland. Songs were sung and games played. The leaders served treats. Officers will be elected next week. Because of conflicts on dates troop 8 has not held its initial session. The Misses Irene Bagan and Joan Bisgrove are leaders. New Television Set Installed at Larson's Clear Lake—Archie Larson reports that his new television set, hooked up Saturday, is proving n real treat. Reception has been good and he has been getting programs from Minneapolis with but little trouble. Some programs have been received from Omaha. He has a roto-motor on the aerial for directional use. The tower is 78 feet high and the screen is 12 inches. He got a boxing match Monday night and a Texaco program Tuesday and both were good. L. Weaver Bound to Grand Jury on Bond Clear I*ke—Lawrence Weaver, Camp Grounds, waived to the grand jury at a hearing in the office of Donald Goranson, justice of the peace, Sunday morning and was bound over under $I,OOC bond. Weaver was arrested Saturday evening by Clear Lake police and charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Clear Lake Briefs Dr. and Mrs. S. F. Singer, Ottumwa, were Sunday guests at the home of Doctor and Mrs. Edward W. Day. They are old friends of the Days. Bargains galore on one rack of dresses. Ange & Woody's. Harlan Ott entered Park hospital, Mason City, Sunday for observation and treatment. For Sale: Coll spring Windsor chair. 518 Washington. Mrs. Ed Nelson and son, Robert Clayton, were dismissed Sunday afternoon from Mercy hospital, Mason Cif.y, and are at their home 704 Jefferson street. Mrs. F. B. Hart and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hushaw spent Saturday and Sunday at Boone where 1 they attended the V. F. W. and Auxiliary pow-wow. Mrs. Evelyn Monaco, national V. F. W. Auxiliary president, was there making her official visit to Iowa. She lives in New Mexico. Miss Angreline Roorda returned Monday from Rochester, Minn., where she went last week for treatment. She is convalescing at her home, 217 N. 3rd street. The Rev. Warner M. Hubbard drove to Estherville Saturday to conduct funeral services for Mrs. O. A. King, former Clear Lake resident, who died there Thursday morning. The Congregational Women's fellowship will hold a business meeting at the church at 1:45 Wednesday afternoon. The regular fellowship supper, in charge of group 2, will be followed by the annual church meeting. Mrs. Warner M. Hubbard drove to Estherville Sunday where she is conducting an inter-denominational leadership training school through Tuesday. Mrs. P. J. Pederson, 110 Lindon street, returned home Saturday evening from Mt. Pleasant where she spent nearly 3 weeks with her son, E. O. Elefson and family. Mrs. Eelfson, who was in a hospital, was dismissed and returned home Thursday evening. Dr. Sidney Brownstone returned Saturday evening from Winnepeg, Canada, where he was called Thursday by the serious illness of his father, Sam Brownstone, who was brought to Miller hospital in St. Paul by his son for care. Doctor Manuel Brownstone went up Sunday and his wife is there for a few days. Both families were called to Winnepeg last Thursday. Mrs. Walter Pramer, who suffered a broken right arm in a fall on some steps Wednesday evening is recovering nicely. The arm is in a cast and she is able to do some work. Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Jensen and the former's sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Chapman, Clarion, returned Saturday from a 10 days' trip to El Reno, Okla., where they visited their sister, Mrs. Katie Peterson from Anaheim, Cal., who is seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Chuldts. Happy Hustlers 4-H club will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. at the home of Dean Grattidge, president. Officers will be elected. Mrs. C. D. Brown, Spencer, is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Phillips, for several days. The annual meeting of the congregation will be held at the Congregational church Wednesday evening following a 6:30 o'clock dinner served by group 2. Reports will be given and church officers chosen for the coming year. Officers urge all members and friends of the church to attend the dinner and stay for the business meeting where important matters connected with the church and its operation will be considered. Mrs. John Roseland left Sunday for Des Moines where she will attend Girl Scout leadership training classes all week. Mrs. Roseland is chairman of leadership training in the Clear Lake Council. Because of her absence the meeting of Girl Scout leaders scheduled for Wednesday morning at the home of Mrs. T. G. Burns, has been postponed a week. 8 Cub Scout Dens Open Year's Work Clear Lake — Cub Scout dens lave opened the year's work following the organization pack session at the V. F. W. clubroom Sept. 30. Jim Friest was 'chosen keeper of the buckskin for den 3, the Ravens, at the home of Mrs. George Sedelmeier Tuesday after school Terry Sedelmeier is denner and Jerry Joe VanLoan is assistant denner. The Cubs studied Bobcat requirements, played a story telling game and "Grab It." Plans were made to observe Fire Prevention week. The meeting closed with the pledge of allegiance, a song, "There Are Cubs" and the grand howl. Mrs. Sedelmeier treated. Busy Beavers, den 7, met at the home of Mrs. Helen Wistey, leader, for organization Tuesday with 9 cubs present. The motto anc pledges were reviewed and outdoor games were played. A marshmallow roast was held in the basement fireplace. Mrs. W i s t e 3 treated. Duke Hughes entertained the Wedobs, den 0, at a birthday party at his home Wednesday after school. Games were played. Lunch included birthday cake. He was presented many gifts. The living circle closed the meeting. Mrs. C E. Ashland is leader. Mustange, den 1, met at the home of Mrs. Syd Thompson Saturday morning with 6 boys present. George Baugaus was a guest The cubs mounted items frorr newspapers about fires and discussed "Fire Detection" which i their theme for October. The flag pledge was given and the booste song sung. Roger Westover told L story for his reading achievement "Steal the Bone" was played anc Gordon Thompson, den chief, gave treats. Norway, which had been united with Denmark and Sweden in 1389, declared its independence in 1814 but the union of Norway and Sweden was not finally dissolved until J905. Lake Man Does Not Have to Give Firm's Earnings at Hearing Clear Lake—Iowa Commerce Commission Chairman David Long ruled Friday in Des Moines tha a Clear Lake witness, in a freigh rate hearing need not make publii a financial statement of his com pany. The witness was Howard W Lang of Clear Lake, who repre sented the Imperial Seed com pany. A. B. Howland, Des Moines an attorney for the railroads seek ing the freight rate increase, hac asked Lang for the information during cross examination. Long held that the seed com pany's financial statement was no directly involved in the' r hearing in progress. Will Inspect Clear Lake W. R. C. Nov. 11 Clear Lake — Mrs. Josephine Kuba, Cedar Rapids, past department president, will be in Clear Lake for inspection of the loca Woman's Relief Corps unit Nov 11, it was announced at the meeting in I. O. O. F. hall Friday. Fo this reason the November mcetin; is postponed from the 4th to thi llth and a 12:30 potluck dinne will open the afternoon. A letter from Mrs. Bert (Polly Whitney, a former member nov, living in Long Beach, Cal., wa read, telling of W. R. C. event there. Miss Thelma Peterson, del egate, reported on the 3rd distric meeting at Charles City Sept. 26 Eleven members attended. Material for bedside table scarf for the hospital at Knoxville wa received and will be hemmed bj members at their homes. The socia session will be held at the horn of Mrs. Elmer Nelson Thursday when a quilt is to be tied. Mmes R. J. Nelson, J. C. Norris and V Kennedy served. # •» # Royal Neighbor club met at thi home of Mrs. Harold Grattidge fo an informal afternoon. The club voted S3 for the polio fund. Mrs Dick Grattidge was a guest. Mrs Frances Skene entertains Oct. 20 * * # Mrs. Herman Markworth enter tainod Linger Longer Birthdaj club at a social session with contests and games. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Austin O. Pitkin 5s hostess Oct. 20. Lutheran Unity" Is Brotherhood Topic Clear Lake—"Lutheran Unity" was the subject of an address by the Rev. Alvin N. Rogness, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, Mason City, speaking to the Lutheran Brotherhood at the Zion Lutheran church Thursday eveninig. The men's chorus sang and George Starkey, scoutmaster, reported on troop 75, sponsored by the Broth erhood. The Rev. Ruben Mostrom, pastor, spoke briefly, urging all men who can to join the chorus and sing with them. Dinner, Mulligan stew and pie was served by Naomi circle of the Zion Lutheran aid. The tables were decorated in an autumn theme. The Rev. Mr. Mostrom, who i. leaving his Clear Lake pastorate Oct. 18, was presented a beauti ful radio as a farewell gift. The next meeting is Nov. 3. Masque, Gavel Plan Homecoming Float Clear Lake — Helen Edwards Neil Garlock, Pat Jodan and Pattj Roseland were named the floa committee for homecoming at a meeting of the Golden Masque anc Gavel club at the Roseland home Monday evening. The committee to set 'up the calendar for the year includes Helen Edwards, Delores Kirchgatter and Ronnie Heinrichs. Neil Garlock is in charge of work to be done on the costume room. Plans for a contest festival and for the senior play were discussed. The reading committee for the latter is Ellen Newman, Neil Garlock, Juana Kay Baum, Helen Ed wards and Delores Kirchgatter. Plans for the initiation of 9 new members before the first of the year were discussed. Jon Edwards, sponsor, served refreshments. Ellen Newman entertains Nov. 1 with Juana Kay Baum assisting. 3rd District FWC to Meet Cresco — Following is the pro;ram for the annual meeting of he 3rd district of the Iowa Federation of Woman's clubs, Tuesday at the Methodist church in fresco: 8:30—Registration. • 9:15—Call to order. Song, America." Invocation, the Rev. i. W. Turner, Cresco. Pledge of Allegiance, led by Mrs. C. E. Melcher, Clear Lake. Greeting, Mrs. Harry Schroeder, Cresco. Response, Mrs. E. E. Rasche, president of Tourist club, LaPorte City. 9:40—Presentation of state officers. 10—Introduction of district of- 'icers, committee members, county chairmen and local convention committee chairmen. 10:30—Forum, "Youth Guidance," with Mrs. W. A, Seidler, Jamaica, state chairman youth [uidance committee, as moderator, t department chairmen participating. 11:55—New division mental health chairman, Mrs. E. T. Peterson, Primghar, introduced. 12—Local announcements. 12:15—Luncheon (to be held at Assumption church hall). 1:15—Workshops; 2nd vice president with co-chairmen; 8 department chairmen with division chairmen. Special committees having a chairman or some capable member in district may hold a workship if desired. 2:15—Music by Howard county chorus of Federated Club Wom- Waucoma Man Wins Places in Butter Judging Waucoma — Walter Waskow, Waucoma buttermaker, won 4th place in the national butter scoring contest at the Waterloo Dairy Cattle Congress out of a total of 142 entries throughout the United States. Mr. and Mrs. Waskow were in Waterloo where Waskow also won 2nd place in the butter judging contest sponsored by Borden's Ice Cream company at the Cattle Congress. en. 2:30—Address by Mrs. Fred Lovrien, Spencer, state president, her subject, "Meet Your Federation." Talk, Mrs. Martin Van Oosterhout, Orange City, first vice president. Invitation for 1950. Treasurer's report. Report of resolution committee. Report of registration committee. Reading of minutes. Adjournment. Courtesy tea will be served by hostess clubs of Howard county. Evans to Purchase Airport at Garner Garner—Bill Evans, manager of Wick's field, Garner's airport, has entered into a contract with the stockholders of Garner Airways, Inc., to purchase the airport from the corporation, according to Charles H. Bethke, secretary. The contract provides that Evans is to continue to operate the airport here. Mr. Evans is to retire the stock over a 10-year period at the rate of 12 shares a year. The corporation will continue to function until the terms of the contract have been complied with. The Garner airport has enjoyed a splendid patronage under the direction and 1 management of Mr Evans and much of the revenue has been business. derived from transit Student Takes Post in Newspaper Office Cresco—Jack Baty of Corte Madera, Cal., who returned to the states recently from a summer tour in Italy, Switzerland and ermany, has arrived in Cresco :o be employed for a year in the Times-Plain Dealer office. Mr. Baty is a nephew of the publishers, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice 3. Jones. He will return to California next fall to obtain his master's degree at Stanford university. He received his baccalaureate degree there last June. Taken II! on Flight, Garner Man Returns Garner—James Cooper is at the Mercy hospital in Mason City recuperating from pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper and son Randy (eft the Mason City airport Oct. 3 for a trip to England by air. While enroute to Rochester, Minn., on the firse leg of their trip, Cooper was stricken with pleurisy and the family returned to their home in Garner. The pleurisy later developed into pneumonia and Cooper was taken to the hospital. Officers Named Popejoy—At the annual meeting of the Sunny Corner club which was held in the --home of Mrs. Shirley Ketchum, the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Ruth Folstadt; vice president, Mrs. Max White; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Will Goretska; assistant secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Emory Cooper. Piles May Lead to Chronic Aliments FREE BOOK — Explains the Causes and Effects No obligation. Write to Thornton & Minor Clinic, Suite 1075, 911 E, Linwood, Kansas City, Mo. Ingrid Lodge Initiates Two New Members Clear Lake — Mmes. Edward Pilz and Edward Petersen were initiated to membership in Ingrid lodge No. 169, Danish Sisterhood, at L O. O. F. hall Saturday evening. A donation was voted to the Good Samaritan home in Mason City. Danish Brotherhood lodge met simultaneously. A letter from John Eliasen, now visiting his old home in Denmark, was read. A contribution was voted to an organization in Denmark. The 2 groups held a basket social. Stanley Oredsen was auctioneer and proceeds were §60.50. The Brotherhood meets next on Oct. 22 and Ingrid lodge on Nov. 12. BETHLEHEM AID HOLDS SESSION Clear Lake—Mrs. John Knudson entertained Bethlehem Lutheran aid Saturday afternoon. The Rev. J. O. Blaness, South Haven, Minn., gave a talk and Morris Stefenson, Lake Mills, had devotions. Other guests were Gulick Tweet, Joice, and John Stefenson, Lake Mills. Clear Lake Calendar TUESDAY — Red Cross home service worker. City hall, 8:30 till noon. Hl-Lo Bridge club. Mrs. J. H. Bailey, 501 S. 2nd street. 1:30. Prlscllla club,' Miss Ella Rogers, 205 E. Main street. Happy Eight Card club, Mrs. Harry Beal, 115 W. Bentoii street. Merriment club, Mrs. Wilbur Meckstroth. Junior choir. Christian church, 4. Cub Scouts, Ravens, den 3, Mrs. George Sedelmeier; Busy Beavers, den 7, Mrs, Helen .Wistey, 4:15. Saratoga post No. 4888, V. F. W., clubrooms, 7. Boy Scoxit troop 30, junior high building, 7:30. St. Rita's circle. Catholic Ladies Aid, Mrs. Dean Gilles, Bayside, 8. Tina Rebekah lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, S. Lake's Ambitious Feeders 4-H club, Baker schoolhouse; Lincoln's Loyal Laddies 4-H club, Roger Pedelty, 8. Clear Lake Woman'* club, City h«ll, 8. Flan Quiz Program Fenton — The WHO Town and Country Quiz will be held in the high school gymnasium Oct. 14, at 8 p. m. Announcer Clay Rusk will take charge of the program. The quiz is being sponsored by the newly organized Town and Country Woman's club of Fenton. 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