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Station 'IOWA' for Methodists Burr Oak Pastor Is Camp's Announcer By JOHN D. CLINTON Clear Lake—"This is Station IOW A," might be the first sentence, from Methodist camp loud speakers, for announcer duty is given that Iowa Methodist pastor—Irving Oscar William Arnold from Burr Oak, Iowa. His parents undoubtedly intended the letters of his names to sound off for the home state all the way. He usually, with Mrs. Arjiold, who is Institute Dean of Women, serves 4 Iowa churches, including with the residence church, Ft. Atkinson, Calmar and Ossian. He serves 2 whole districts as he sounds off hourly to instruct 544 people as to what and when to do it. Start at 6:45 At 6:45, it is "Good Morning." The pre-breakfast assembly is Morning Watch at 7:15 Wednesday morning, Dr. Ronald Terry of Dubuque was seeking guidance in the Book of Mark with the topic, "How To Get Lost and Found." He used the famous 3 lost stories in the Bible, the coin, the sheep and the son. He told the institute that the coin got lost doing nothing and the sheep was aimless, but regarding the son, said Dr. Terry, "His was a self determined journey to a far country and he sought the.: fellowship he needed before it was too late." Everybody goes to Bible class, with 13 teachers directing exploration in Mark. There is a half circle of trees outside the tabernacle, all of them being Elms, there among the native basswood forest on south shore. These trees center an area called Elmwood Bowl. In old days before the youth organization name changed to fellowship, the Elm interpretation was "Epworth League Methodist." When the name "Fellowship" came in, the young people thought Elm probably did better "Every Living Methodist." f "M" Stands for Mark This week the "M" stands for Mark. Among teachers comes Rev. Lawrence Carlton, the Iowa youth director for Methodism from the Des Moines office. There is one parsonage team, The Reverend Robert Williams and wife from GREGERSON INSURANCE AGENCY SEE US ABOUT AUTOMOBILE and FIRE INSURANCE 206-207 J. C. PENNEY BLDG. PHONE 3983 Arlington, each teaching. Othe minister leaders are Fred Mastin Hazleton; Ed Pencock, St. Ansgar A. H. Sparks, Waterloo; Dal Nicholson, Plymouth; C. D. James Osage; R. B. Sires, Rockford; Y. W. Singer, Independence; R. C Jerrell, Monona; Walter Dimm lien, Sumner. A new teache among the ranks is Miss Virgini; Buck of Waterloo, long an insti tuter and president of the studen council. In an Elmwood Bowl clas: Wednesday, 40 young people were making up for use on their high school friends at home, as they needed it, a definition of wha they thought a church should be They had asked ministers abou the grounds and then fashioned this from 40 minds: "A church is a fellowship of believers, withou regard for race or color, for the study and application of the highest teachings, so that God's kingdom shall come on earth." Adds to Singing Breadth of color gets application daily as Miss Mildred Johns comes from Kansas City Nationa College for Christian Workers to lead institute singing, and do an excellent job at it herself, especially on the Negro spirituals she knows so well. Who should add additional color these closing days but a house trailer full of boys from Piney Woods school? The male quartet was first hearc Tuesday night. Of these 4 plucky southerners, 3 are blind boys. In the afternoon, this Station "IOWA" goes to work at 2 calling all classes to crafts. Down 01 shore in a big tent the Paullina pastor, Willard Bell, helps fashion more things from plaster than anybody could dream. Up in Cornell cottage a farmer's wife, Mrs ~eorge Cox from Oneida, is really proving you can play something on the linoleum. Cooks Carve Chicken The cooks really carved the chicken for Tuesday night dinner 'or all the camp. But it takes the v. V. C. Grant of Reinbeck at :he cowhide carving that leather belts, purses and brief cases may roll off the tables in the audi- orium, where his teammate hrough many years, the Rev. F. O. Hillman, works along side the eathercrafter at belts and games of wood. On the auditorium roof a new effort in wood was taking place Tuesday as men there assembled :he sign, "Baker Memorial Audi- ;oriiirn," This will feature in Thursday dedication, honoring he dreamer of much that is about :hese 30 acres, the Rev. Clyde Baker. He it was, while as an early camp manager, who discovered the virgin timberland to the west of P. M. park and conceived the idea of a permanent camp. No Fight, No Fire New York, (U.P.)—When a fight appeared imminent at a party celebration the christening of friend's baby, Ray Tormey turned in a fire alarm. The fight failed to develop and Tormey was fined $25 for turning in a false fire alarm. Here are rings truly worthy of the loveliest bride. Lovely symbols of sincerest nuptial tradition. Smartly modern ip a handwrought enduring beauty. Definitely outstanding in superior quality and value. UNUIMC Engagement £ Wedding Rings Convenient Terms WATCHES ftkuiehordb DIAMONDS Lake Plans for Celebration "Melody Time Revue" Will Appear Aug. 8 Clear Lake—Barnes and Carruthers' "Melody Time" revue has been signed up by the Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce for entertainment at the Governor's Days celebration to be held Aug. 6, 7 and 8, Roy L. Bates, secretary, announced Wednesday. The revue features a 6 piece orchestra, master of ceremonies and several outstanding musical numbers. The program will be supplemented by local talent numbers including Allan Yeager, cornetist, and Melvin Michaels, whistler, first and 2nd place winners respectively, in the radio opportunity show staged at Clear Lake July 4 and 5. Gov. Robert D. Blue and members of his official family, state senators and representatives, members of the Iowa Conservation Commission and various other state dignitaries and their wives, with possibly a few national figures, will be guests of the City of Clear Lake and the Chamber of Commerce. First invitations from the Chamber of Commerce were to be mailed out Wednesday, invitations from Herman M. Knudson, state senator, and W. H. Nicholas, Cerro Gordo county representative to the state legislature, will go out next and the following week. The celebration opens Aug. 6 with the annual stag at Ventura at 6:30 in the evening. Rides and concessions on the Midway open at noon.- Registration will be on the lawn, weather permitting, of the All Veterans Social Center from 9 o'clock till noon Aug. 7 at 2 o'clock. Women guests will be entertained at a tea at the A. V. S. C. with Mrs. L. L. Bless chairman of the committee. The Governor's banquet will be served in the A. V. S. B. diningroorns promptly at 6:30 and the Iowa Barn Dance Frolic will be presented on the stage on the lake at 8. This program will be broadcast direct from Clear Lake where the broadcast originates. In advance of the broadcast, Mr. Bates announces, 800 tickets will be sold and in the event of rain only the 800 holding advance sale tickets will be able to see and hear the broadcast which will then be staged at the high school auditorium. Another broadcast - originating over WHO, Des Moines, will be broadcast at 6:45 from the high school auditorium, rain or shine, and holders of the advance sale tickets will be entitled ^automali- cally to attend. In other words, purchasers of advance sale tickets will be entitled to reserve seats for 2 broadcasts, one at the high school at 6:45 and the other on the Lake front or in the auditorium, according to weather conditions, at 8. Sunday morning all invited juests will gather at the Lewis Doat dock on the Clear Lake side of the lake and be given a boat- ride to the Ritz club where break- last will be served. They will then ae returned by boat to Clear Lake in time for church. From 9:30 till noon guests and their hosts will attend the churches of their choice. Sunday afternoon, opening at 1:30, a complete afternoon of boat races will be featured. These will include inboard, outboard and sailboat races. The Melody Time Revue takes up the evening. Also on Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon the Clear Lake Municipal band, directed by John Sopecky, will offer concerts in Dity park. The concessions on Midway will be in operation each afternoon and evening. A number of other events will be staged. All committees are at work and progress in preparations will be noted as the various activity plans develop. Lake Boys'4-H Clubs Preparing for Fair Clear Lake—Lake's Ambitious Feeder's -i-II club met Monday light at the Toft schoolhouse. The boys discussed their exhibits for he fair. Walter Johnson, assistant o Marion Olson, spoke on the hn- >ortance of taking good care of ivestock before the fair. After the meeting the boys held a wiener •oast and the hostess, Mrs. "Win- ers, served doughnuts. The club meets Aug. 9 with Chris Ashland as host. Mt. Vernon Township 4-H club met at Burchinal hall Thursday ivening with Bruce and Eugene 'vans as hosts. Monday morning he club held a special meeting at he home of Alfred Zirbel with -ecil Carstens, assistant leader, peaking on how to show calves at he fair. The next meeting will be Aug. 2 at Delbert Watson's home. TWELVE WHATZ HOLD SESSION Clear Lake—Twelve Whatz met with Mrs. Frank Swanson Tuesday. Mrs. F. G. Cookman and Mrs. Ora Pierce, Jr., were guests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. A. C. Sater and Mrs. S. O. Bacon. The club meets next on Sept. 14 with Mrs. O. J. Pierce entertaining. Mrs. Rollin Luscomb was hostess o Merriment club. A business meeting was followed by a social ession. Mrs. Wilbur Meckstroth entertains Aug. 10. DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK 18 FIRST ST CEDAR RAPIOS SOUTH EAST DES MOINES MASON CITY SIOUX CITY Bury Ole Hayseth in Clear Lake Cemetery Clear Lake — Funeral services for Ole Hayseth, 5$, who died at a Mason City hospital Sunday morning, were held at Ward's funeral home Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. Ruben Mostrom, pastor of the Zion Lutheran church conducting the rites. Burial was in the family lot in Clear Lake cemetery. Pallbearers were A. H. Steil, Ed Heitland, Henry Erickson, Harry and Laurice Huntley and Mel Jacobson. Mrs. A. E. Fplk- mann, accompanied at the pumo by Mrs. H. L. Erickson, ' sang "Jesus, Priceless Treasure" and "Beautiful Saviour." Relatives present from out of town included Mmese Gertrude Hanson arid Hazel Larson, Orferd- ville, Wis. Tina Rebekahs to Get Traveling Emblem Clear Lake — Tina R e b e k a h lodge met at I. O. O. F. hall Tuesday evenfng with Mrs. Frank E. Trager, new noble grand; and other new officers in their chairs. Reports showed a good increase in membership and improved finances for the past 6 months. The lodge decided to send a drill team to the Hebekah assembly session in Des Moines in October. A special birthday table for all whose birthdays are in July was arranged by Mrs. V. M. Wallis. Pink and green tapers were used and each celebrator was presented a favor. A large birthday cake baked and decorated by Mrs. Wallis centered the table. Mrs. Rollin Luscomb and committee served. At the meeting July 27 Thornton lodge will bring the traveling emblem to Clear Lake! Special committees have been appointed to make arrangements. POST WELCOMES NEW MEMBER Clear Lake—Hubert Moretz was welcomed as a new member of Saratoga Post No. 4868, Veterans of Foreign Wars, at the regular session in the clubrooms Tuesday evening. H. S. Hushaw, commander, and Jens Wind, delegate, rc~ porfed on the recent 3rd district convention at Des Moines. Lunch was served at the close. The next meeting is July 27 with dinner at 7. DES MOINES MAN FINED FOR VIOLATION Clear Lake—Paul Boyt, Des Moines, was assessed a fine of $50 and costs in the court of Ira W. Jones for operating a motor boat in such a manner as to endanger life and property. Verl E. Holmes, lake patrolman, made the arrest. Krueger to Command Legion Post at Britt Brilt—Warren Krueger is the new commander of the Britt American Legion post succeeding Donald Hampe. Other officers are Albert Dietz, vice commander; Clarence Oustad, finance officer; Lowell Baker, chaplain; Edward Weiss, sergeant-at-arms; Melvin Peterson and John Kloster, mess seVgeants; D. E. Williams, service officer; A. H. Sigler, historian; Frank W. Senneff, Americanism officer; Leo Clark, Herman Wil- rett, Joe Chizek, Don Redden and Lowell Brooks, executive board. Cordle Cartage Asks Change in Truck Line Des Moines, (ff)— The state comm e r c e commission Wednesday took under advisement after a hearing the application of the Cordle Cartage company of Mason City for permission to make a change in its 'truck line service. There was no opposition at the hearing. The firm asked authority to operate between the junction of Floyd county highway "S" and U. S. Highway 18 and the junction of U. S. highways 18 and 218. 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