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LEGAL NOTICE CONTEMPORARY LIVING ROOM—This living room is right out of the pages of today. It completely fulfills expectations for something- different and smart. The blue gray Lannon cut stone fireplace is a perfect background for the pepper red upholstered custom made furniture. The room is 22 by 14 feet. Advantage of our years or experience and modern equipment to SAVE ON YOUR ELECTRICAL WIRING and REPAIRS. C. J. Smith Electrical Construction Phone 3250 II5 7th St S. E. * DISTINCTIVE SIMPLICITY—The master bedroom of the Biederman home is distinctive for its simplicity. The room is 14 by 16, and is completely functional, with the accent on comfort an,d utility. Biederman Rambler, Jaunt Into Living (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) tiful cherry wood paneling used. Beneath the window wall is a built-in dressing table and storage unit. Blue rubber tile floor, linnen gray walls and off white ceiling contrast with the cherry wood. Just dow"n the hall from this room is the guest bath, with its glass door shower, gray Carrara glass top dressing table and fabric covered walls. The master bedroom is distinctive for its simplicity. It is com- Trade in Your Old Stove on a lew CAS RANGE KITCHEN CUSTOM BU1T OP STES. Call or Write (or Free Estlmata LES REED KITCHEN KLINIC Phone 715 NW Nortti Delaware Av«. Mason City, Iowa pletely functional with the accent on comfort and utility. Large window areas on 3 walls give this room excellent light and ventilation. On the east forest green. Weltex wall is a built-in headboard for the bed. In the center of the headboard is a radio and intercommunication system combined. What master of the household would not love to lounge luxuriously here and order his breakfast in bed? Easy Reading: Folding back rests pull out from the headboard to support one while reading in bed. Individual reading lights are spotted at each side of the bed. A long built-in dressing table storage unit, window seat and built-in drawer area are covered with gray leather. Two large "His" and "Hers" closets are of white birch. Another clever Blandin touch is the full length mirror of her closet door, set at an angle to fit in with the dressing table mirror to show all angles of milady's hairdo's. Off the master bedroom is a beautiful green Carrara glass bath, complete with sunlamp and pale pink square bathtub and luxurious splash glass partitions. The garage is at the east end of the home, with a pleasant little planting bay and garden room just off it to the south. Along the south wall of the kitchen and garage is a terrace with barbecue at one end and a charming little waterfall and pool at the other end. This is partially protected with an overhead trellis and brick wall which also forms a windbreak and background for planting beds. Radiant heating in the floor and ceiling and low voltage wiring throughout the house make it the last word in comfort. The entire house is soundly engineered, skilfully and artistically planned. It is a completely harmonious and distinctive contem- poraVy home, with the new American look of vigorous architecture. Mammoth Cave, Ky., which was made a national park in 1936, became nationally known in the War of 1812 when saltpeter from the cave was used in making gunpowder. STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT. CIRCULATION, ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF CON- GB.ESS Of AUGUST Zl, 1312, AS AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF MABCU 3, 1533. AND JULY 2. 1S16 of Mason City Globe-Gazette published daily at Mason City, Iowa, for October 1, 1949. STATE OF IOWA, County of Cerro Gordo, ss. Before me, a Notary Public In and for the state and county aforesaid, personally appeared W. Earl Hall, who, having been duly sworn according to law deposes and says that he is the Managing Editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management (and if a daily, weekly, semiweekly or triweekly newspaper, the circulation), etc,, of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above cjiptlon, required by the act of August 24, 1912, as amended by the acts of March 3, 1933, and July 2, 1946, (section 537, Postal Laws and Regulations), printed on the reverse of this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses ot the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher—Lee P. Loomis. Mason City, Iowa. Managing editor—W. Earl Hall, Mason City, Iowa. Business manager — Lee P. Loomis. Mason City, Iowa. 2. That the owner is: (If owned by a corporation, its name and address must be stated and also immediately there- under the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cenl or more of total amount of stock. If noi owned by a corporation, the names anc addresses ot the individual owners must be given. II owned by a firm, company or other unincorporated concern, its name and address, as well as those of each individual member, must be given.) Globe-Gazette Publishing Company. Enoch Norem, Winifred Bagley, W. Ear Hall, Ralph E. Wiley. Trustee. Margarel H. Loomis, Margaret H. Loomis, Trustee Lee P. Loomis, Lloyd L. Geer. Maude Cunningham, R. N. Rorlck, J. A. Holtman. I. W. Hillstrom, Mrs. Betty Harrer of Mason City. Addie May Swan. Hannah Rothschild Henrietta B. Adler, Mary C. O'Hern Henrietta B. Adler, Successor Trustee Estate of E. P. Adler, Ellen Thompson Philip Adler, of Davenport, Iowa. John H. Powell, \V. C. Powell, Rober J. Powell. Clint Adler, Mrs. James F Powell, B. J. Huston, John Huston, o Ottumwa, Iowa. 'M. C. Blade, of Milwaukee, AVIs. May T. Burgess, Thomas Burgess, of La Crosse. Wis. E. L. Sparks, of Hannibal, Mo. Marjorie T. Calhoun, Dr. O. V. Calhoun of Lincoln, Nebr. Laura Lee. Washington, D. C. Elizabeth M. Morris, Medford, Oregon. John M. Johnson, San Francisco, Cal. William H. Storms, Newport, Wash. Mrs. Emma B. Sinn, Kewanee, 111. August M. Bondi, Helen Jo B. West, Galesburg, 111. James B. Conroy. Fred P. Loomis, Omaha, Nebr. Mai-y Mead Lee, Iowa City, Iowa. 3. That the known bondholders, mort- gagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount oi bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: (If there are none, so state.) (None.) 4. That the 2 paragraphs next above, giving the names of the owners, stockholders, and security holders. It any, contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the company but also, in cases where the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or In any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee Is acting, is given; also that the said 2 paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason j to believe that any other person, association or corporation has any interest direct or indirect in the said stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated by him. 5. That the average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the malls or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the 12 months preceding the date shown above is 22,935. (This information Is required from daily, weekly, semi-weekly, and tri- weekly newspapers only.) W. EARL HALL, Managing Editor Sworn to and subscribed before me this Clear Lake Globe Gazette If YOU* PAPER IS NOT DELIVERED BT 6:M P. St., PH. «3» OR «9. NO COMPLAINTS CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTER «:*S. Globe-Gazette Photo A QUEEN TO BE CHOSEN—The Clear Lake high school student body will vote Tuesday morning on the queen for homecoming, choosing one of the 6 girls in the picture above, named as candidates by the Boys' "C" club. Left to right are Carol Lee Garvin, junior; Patty Roseland, senior; Jo Ann Carr, junior; Juana Kay Baum, senior; Frances Davis, senior, and Dixie Evanson, sophomore. The voting is in charge .of the Boys' "C" club and the Student Council. The boys will furnish the queen's car and flowers for homecoming day, Oct. 21. Oct, 8, , . 1949 5 Mason City Globe-GnetU, M*«*n Clly, la. Hans Tofte to Be Speaker Will Tell Sorority of War Experiences Clear Lake—Hans Tofte, Mason City, a native of Denmark, will tell of his experiences hi World war II for the program of the model meeting of Beta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi ai the T. L. Sears home Monday evening. Mrs. William Bickford, Jr., is hostess. Mr. Tofte is one of a number o! speakers to address the club this year. Miss Ann Landis, who is at Blanchard's, Mason City, will speak on crystal, china and silver at a future meeting. Speakers have also been obtained to talk on politics and health. Members themselves will take up other cultural topics. Many Chapters Mrs. Bickford, president, states that the international organization has more than 3,000 chapters lo- Clear Lake Calendar SUNDAY —V. F. W. trap shoot, Bisgrove farm, all day. Zioii Lutheran picnic. State park, 12:30. Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowship, Methodist church, 6:30. Hlway and Congo club, Congregational church. C:30. Christian Endeavor, Christian church, 7. Youth Fellowship, Evangelical Free church, 7. MONDAY—Quarterback club, Bandy's cafe, noon. Library Reading club, Mrs. E. J. Lincicum. 1118 E. Main street. Brownies 3-1, Lincoln building; Brownies, 3-2, Girl Scout troop 5, junior high building, 4. Annual meeting, Center, dinner, 7. All Veterans Social , , Newcomers Card club, Wltke's cafe, 7:15. Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple. 7:30. Boy Scout troop 75, Zion Lutheran church; troop 17, junior high building, 7:30. Lutheran Daughters of the Reformation, Miss Gladys Evans. Past Noble Grands club, Mrs. Carl Johannessen, 215 iS. 4th street, 8. Double Four Bridge club, Mrs. Leonard, Cash, 510 Kimball street, 8. Navy Mothers club, Legion hall. 8. Beta Omlcron chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, T. L. Sears home. 114 Lake View Drive. Odd Fellows lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, 8. V. F. W. Auxiliary sewing bee, Mrs. Edwin P. street, 8. Callanan, 207 S. Center Clear Lake Briefs Jens Wind, 208 Burden st r e e t, arrived Thursday from Copenhagen, Denmark, where he visited his mother, Mrs. Charlotte Wind, and other relatives nearly 3 months. He was accompanied by his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Aage Svenningsen, who live on Long Island, N. Y. Mr. Wind left Clear Lake July 6. He met the boat in August when Messrs, and Mmes. John Eliasen and Viggo Jacobsen arrived but did not see them afterward. Canaries for sale. Mrs. Orin Porter. 303 Winnie. Members of the V. F. W. Auxiliary are to meet at the home of Mrs. Edwin P. Callanan, 207 S. Tells Story of Raft Voyage LtWhittakerSays Prayers Answered Clear Lake—That God directly answered the prayers of men on Eddie Rickenbacker's raft when, in dire necessity, they asked His help, is the belief of Lt. James C. Whittaker who spoke of his experiences during 21 days in a rubber raft on the Pacific ocean at the Congregational church Friday evening. "All we had was prayer," he . . n*-\ A _j.i_ — «. . .—. i»i4.a. -i_j v_* w .i i A i. . \^cLj.iaiiaii, **v ( i_J. id. "Our strength was gone, we Center street Mond evening to ere near to death from hunger -. , • *. . | 7th day o£ October, 1349. (Seal) I. W. HILLSTUOM, Notary Public (My commission expires July 4, 1931.) Big Permit of Week at Willowbrook One of the largest building permits of the year was issued the past week to the Westview- company of Waterloo, backers of the building project of 13 apartment buildings in Blocks 1 and 2 in Willowbrook addition. The cost of the construction was estimated at $300,000. The John G. Miller construction company is the contractor. A permit also was issued to the Plumb Supply company for a one story 47 by 75 foot addition to the warehouse building at 2417 S. Federal. The estimated cost is $4,791. Davey and Moen are the contractors. Gilbert McKibben was issued a permit for a new home at 1624 Hampshire N. E. It will be 28 by 24 one story frame, estimated at $5,000. G. E. Platts was issued a permit for a dwelling and attached garage at 118 Willowbrook drive. The home will be one story, 52 by 39, with attached garage. The estimated cost is $10,000. TUESDAY—Ked Cross home service worker. City hall, 8:30 until noon. Hi-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. Bcnton 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. 48C8, V. F. W., club rooms. 7. Boy Scout 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. 8. Lake's Ambitious Feeders 4-H club. Baker schoolhouse; Lincoln's Loyal Laddies 4-H club, Roger Pedelty, 8. Clear Lake Woman's club. City hall. 8. WEDNESDAY—Girl Scout leaders. Mrs. T. G. Burns, 506 S. 2nd street, 9:30 a.m. Lions club, V. F. W. clubroom, 12:15. Camp Ground Social club, Mrs. Ernest were thirst and exposure. We could j not have beached the boats in our own strength." A collection was taken for the Christian Service Organization indorsed by the Council of Churches. It is similar to the U. S. O. of war times but, in addition to its entertainment features, it has moral and spiritual values of great importance and is doing a great work among our young people in uniform. Lt. Whittaker '-said "It pays dividends in Christian sew. Each woman is asked to bring her own equipment, Mrs. Harold Grattidge announces. Mrs. Grattidge states that old blankets to be used for making bed pads are needed and requests donations. youth." Kabrick Chairman Garlock. North Side Jolly club, Prescott. Mrs. Myron Do Your Bit club, Mrs. A. R. Cain, 706 6th street. Lake Township Oweso club, Mrs. G. H. Blakewell. W. S. C. S., Methodist church parlors, 2. Brownies 4-1, Lincoln building; Girl Scout troop 7, junior high building, 4; ' Senior Girl Scouts, high school homemaking rooms, 5:30. Cub Scout den 6, Wedobs, Mrs. C. E. Ashland. Catholic Daughters of America, Eadmar hotel, Mason City. 6:30. Methodist W. S. C. S., circle 1. church parlors, 8:45. Woman's club gym class, high school Robert Kabrick acted as chair--man for the meeting and announced the next session for Nov. 13. Mrs. Arthur H. Latimer, Syd Thompson and Mrs. C. A. Knutson were named the nominating committee to report then. The con- gragation sang "Onward, Christian Soldiers" and Doctor E. W. Day, pastor, gave the invocation and benediction. About 225 persons attended, The offering for the C. S. O. was nearly $100. All of this amount goes to the organization. On Nov. 13 Doctor Marcus Bach, head of the department of religion, University of Iowa, Iowa City, will be the guest speaker. gym, 7:30, Senior Scout 1 ;, No. 303, building, 7:30. junior high Visit us soon and select the new ROPER Gas Range that will exactly meet your requirements. Many fine models. Many excellent values. Trade-in allowance for your old stove. Convenient Purchase Term* PEOPLES' GAS & ELECTRIC CO. Attention | Farmers! Let us figure that barn or corn crib or machine shed you want this fall. We operate a complete farm and home building service, covering a radius of 50 miles from Mason City. We have the men and facilities to do your job promptly and do it right. Estimates given at no obligation to you. For dependable building at a resonable cost, write or phone collect to IOWA INSULATORS & BUILDERS 300 9th N. E. Phone T796 INSULATION • SIDING • REPAIR WORK BUILDING • REMODELING • ROOFING KAUFMAN-BUCKHAM ALUMINUM WINDOWS "ALSIPE" ALUMINUM LAP SIDING To Address AAUW Charles City—Miss Amy Steffen, past president of the Mason City branch of the American Association of University Women, will be the guest speaker at the 6:30 p. m. dinner-meeting of the local organization Tuesday. Miss Steffen represented the Charles City branch at the national convention in Seattle, Wash., in June. She will give a report and show pictures on the convention. E. T. C. Bridge club, Mrs. B. C. Myhr, 308 5th street, 7:30. Today's club, Mrs. Peter O. Peterson, 515 Clara street, 8. O. N. O. club, Mrs. Vincent Minette, 405 N. 4th street, 8. Verity lodge No. 250, A. F. and A. M., Masonic Temple, 8. THURSDAY—Red Cross home service worker. City halt, 8:30 until noon. Rotary club, All Veterans Social Center, 12:15. Women's Relief Corps social circle, Mrs. Elmer Nelson, 200 S. W. Center street, 12:30. Catholic Ladies aid, St. Patrick's church parlors. 2. Oakland club. Mrs. John Floy. Lake View club, Mrs. Lyle Stevens, J:30. Chapter AQ, Iowa TTT society, Mrs. W. H. Ducsenberg. South Shore. Brownies 4-1; Girl Scout troop C, junior high building, 4. Football gnme. Clear Lake reserves vs. Hoosevelt Junior high. Lions field, 4. Cub Scouts den 2, Flying Eagles, Mrs. Charles Davis; Tomachicks, den 9, Mrs. M. L. Knutson; Indians, den 8, Mrs. Tom Wood, 4:15. Daughters of American Revolution, Mrs. L. C. Stuart, 720 S. Shore Drive. 6:30. Order of DeMoiay, Masonic Temple, 7:3T). O. H. Bridge club, Mrs. Robert Webb, 222 Holt street, 8. V. F. W. Auxiliary, clubrooms, 8. FRIDAY—Christian Workers, Mrs. T. L. Sears, 114 Lake View Drive, 1:30. Lnf-n-Lot club, Mrs. Clifford Wilson, 214 W. Division street. Busy Bee club, Mrs. Adolph Hollotz. Stnr club, Mrs. Charles FIndson, 643 E. Main street. P. T. A., Grant No. 0 schoolhouse, B. SATURDAY — Cub Scout den 1. Mustangs, Mrs. Syd Thompson, 9. Daughters of the Land 4-H club, Connie Albprs, afternoon. Know Your Neighbor club, senior division, Merle Davis home, 7:30. Tells Chapter of P. E. 0. Conventions Clear Lake — Mrs. Roscoe Miller, president, reported on the state P. E. O. convention at Dubuque and the supreme event at Chicago which she attended, for the program of Chapter AQ 'at the ,home of Mrs. M. P. Hughes Tuesday evening. The Misses Nancy Cave and JoAnne Campbell, high school teachers, were guests. A potluck dinner was served. Mrs. R. C. Ingersoll is hostess Oct. 18. For Sale: Studio couch, like new, maple, $50. Ph. 883-J3. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Plumb returned to their home at Lincoln, Nebr., Friday after visiting their son, Barry Plumb, and family a couple of days. For Sale: Z good circ. oil heaters with bbls. R. H. Holt. Mrs. Leonard Cash, 510 Kimbal street, will entertain Double Four Bridge club at her home Monday evening. •• Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis re- :urned Thursday from - an auto trip to Dallas, Texas, where they visited their son and daughter- .n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davis. Ray has now completed his course n photography and has a position. The Davises were gone 8 days, go- .ng down on 69 and returning on 65 through Little Rock, Ark., and the Ozarks where they saw much beautiful scenery. Miss Crystal Ashland returned Friday from Posrville where she spent a xveek with relatives. She also went to Prairie du Chien, Wis., and Elkader, McGregor and Decorah. Mrs. W. H. Dickirson planned to go Sunday to Waseca, Minn., to spend 10 days or more at the home of her son, Glenn, and family. cated in the United States, Alaska, Canada and even in England, Scotland, Hawaii, Guam, Cuba, and the Canal Zone. Chapters have been established for American members living in Germany and Japan. Beta Sigma Phi is not limited to college groups nor to any ona class or type of members," Mrs. / Bickford said. "It is a non-academic sorority, a social and cultural organization for young women built on their ideas of life, learning and friendship. Beta Sigma Phi members are all ynung, many of them in business and many of them young matrons. "Every chapter has a local service project as well as the wider projects for the entire organization. The immediate objective of the whole membership is the Beta Sigma Phi international endowment fund for the upport of 2 outstanding scientists n cancer research working at the University of Colorado. Include Husbands "Some of the chapter social events are planned to include ausbands and friends of mem- sers," Mrs. Bickford continued. Creative art contests, lend interest, as well as bring awards to winning chapters and members. Another feature is the Valentine irl contest to select the prettiest member. All contests are con- * * * . ducted through The Torch, official magazine of the order. "Including the junior affiliate group, Nu Phi Mu, the total membership approaches 100,000 women. Honorary memberships have been conferred upon Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Mile. Eve Curia Winifred Hughes, Margaret Lawrence Greene, Ruth Bryan Owen Ronde, Emily Smith Stewart, Grace Stoermer, Margery Wilson and Iva Fallis of the Canadian senate." Mrs. George Thompson, Kensett, and Mrs. A. T. Jass were guests of Thimble Bee club at the home of Mrs. Merlyn Sehmoll. Roll call response was with items concerning Columbus. Games were played and prizes awarded. Mrs. Glenn Thompson was in charge. M r s. Dick Worsley is hostess Nov. 1. * * * 102 So. Federal Phone 8GO NEW FLOOR SANDER RENTAL RATES Save money by sanding your own floor with one of our Rental Floor Sanders. Check these low rates. 12 Hours. 24 Hours Weekend $2.75 $3.50 $4.50 Lake Frosh Team Loses Game 7 to 6 Clear Lake The Clear Lake freshman-sophomore team lost to the Monroe team at Mason City 7 to 6 Wednesday after school in spite of the fine showing made by Stevens, halfback, Webb, center, and Tarr, halfback, were out of the game this week. Last Thursday Clear Lake defeated the same team 26 to 6 in a home game. Two weeks ago Clear Lake downed the Roosevelt team, Mason City, 0 to 0. Next Thursday they play Roosevelt here at 4 p. m. The evening of Oct. 20 they play a reserve game with Ventura at Clear Lake and Oct. 27 they play Hampton there at 4 p. m. Mrs. Everett Graves was a guest of the homemaking department of Mothers Study club at the home of Mis. Henry Brower, Jr., Tuesday evening. The time was spent in sewing and visiting. Refreshments were served. The club meets at the home of Mrs. Harold Winterstein Oct. 20. Mmes. H. J. Sutcliffe, Harry Beal and Alice Dutro won prizes in bridge at the Lucky Nine session at the home of Mrs. H. A. Ehrreich. Mrs. O. J. Pierce is hostess in 2 weeks. * # * Mrs. Leonard Cash was chosen president of Rebekah Degree staff at I. O. O. F. hall Tuesday evening. Mrs. Glenn Hunst is retiring head of the group. Mrs LeRoy Miller is vice president Miss Betty Trager, secretary, and Mrs. Paul Toppin, treasurer. They take over at the meeting Nov. 1 Mrs. Dean Giljes, Bayside, will entertain St. Rita's circle of the Catholic Ladies Aid at her home Tuesday evening. Mmes. E. Neu and Frank Mullan are assisting hostesses. Mrs. W. H. Dickirson received word Friday that the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wells, former Clear Lake residents now living near Indianola, burned Sept. 23. Origin of the fire is not known. Mmes. Don'Pedelty and Arnold Toeller are in charge of the Cath- lic Ladies Aid meeting in the parlors of St. Patrick's church Thursday afternoon at 2. Mvs. 'rank Mullan, president, urges all members to attend as important matters relative to'the bazar and dinner Oct. 19 must be settled. Mmes. Philip Furleigh and Alfred Cardarelli are co-chairmen of the kitchen committee for the Patrick's 19, Mrs. TO INITIATE NINE MEN Clear Lake—Plans for a weeklong initiation climaxed by a dinner the evening of Oct. 22 were made by members of the Boys "C" club, high school athletic organization, at the meeting Thursday evening. The week of home coming was chosen as the perioc for instructing the 9 new men basketball, track and baseball let termen from last year, in the mys teries of the order. After the or deal has passed and the dinne been held the new men will b full-fledged members. The club also made plans for the homecom ing float for Oct. 21. Groath, Monaghen Joint Club Heads Clear Lake—Duane Groath and John Monaghen were elected, joint presidents of the Boys' club at a meeting last Thursday and Peter Watkins was chosen secretary-treasurer. The i club is to meet Thursday evening to discuss plans for the homecoming float, selection of queen and initiation of 6 new members. Supt. T. G. Burns attended a conference meeting at Clarion Tuesday when plans for music and speech activities were made. The vocal music festival will be held at Clear Lake Feb. 15 The instrumental event will be at Webster City, the date to be announced. A one-act play festival will be held at Algona Dec. 15. ~ Clear Lake is allowed* 8 students to sing in the'All-State chorus at Des Moines Nov. 25 and 26. Practice will be held at Charles Qity Oct. 22. Students chosen are: Soprano— Marilyn Nelson and Helen Edwards; alto—Donnarae Huey and Arlene Prestholt; tenor—Gaylord Treu and Ronald Hoit, and bass— Calvin Ashland and Ray Hewitt. Alternates are Patricia Tice, Patty Roseland, Lowell Carrell and Calvin Ashland. Tests for the first period are to be given this week and reports will go out next Wednesday noon, Miss Catharyne Chambers, high school principal, announced. public supper at St. Catholic church Oct. Frank Mullan, president of the Ladies aid, announced Saturday. Assisting will be Mmes. Ray Nichols, Paul Lorenz, E. -Neu, W. C. Carroll, Arthur Bisgrove, Joe Dankbar, L. Krall and F. G. Cookman. Mrs. Don Stork and Miss Teny Jorgen are in charge of fancy work. The "gun" in a television tube shoots no bullets, but rather "fires" a stream of electrons upon a self-contained screen. Esther Circle Plans for Bazar, Supper Clear Lake — The Rev. C. A. Hinz, Mason City, and Mrs. Harry Thompson were guests of Esther circle of the Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies aid at the home of Mrs. Minnie Clark Wednesday evening. Plans were made for the bazar and church supper the aid will give at the Y. M. C. A. in Mason City Oct. 27. Mrs. Alex Speaker led devotions. Mrs. E. A. Musgjerd is hostess Nov. 2. I Come and See! One Acre of CHRYSANTHEMUMS A RIOT OF COLOR AND BEAUTY On Julia Copley Farm, Highway 18, East of Clear Lake. Located Between the Nicholas Turkey Farm and the Copley Chicken Hatchery. I Will Be at the Field Every Afternoon Including Sunday From 1:30 to.5 O'clock. Brinr Your Friend. . HARDY MUMS All Colors, All Sixes . 98 LEONARD RODEWALD

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