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July 14, 1948 ' • ,C' •' ?-Caxf tie, • Mason City. la. -.Votes $10 to Missionary Fund Clear Lake — Members of the Lutheran Daughters of the Reformation held an indoor picnic at the home of Miss Lois Lunn Monday evening with a social hour afterward. The committee included Carol Kirchgatter, Donna Rae Henriksen, Evelyn Rasmussen and Rosetta Bitker. - , At the business meeting the girls voted $10 for the missionary- for-a-day fund at $5 a day. A swimming party is planned for Aug. 2. Double C. class of the Methodist church held a picnic at State park Sunday with 40 members .attending. Miss Mildred Johns of Kansas City and Philadelphia, was a special guest. Miss Johns was a delegate to the World Youth conference at Oslo, Norway, in 1947 and this summer is a counselor at the Methodist camp. Sunday morning Miss Johns sang 2 solos at the Methodist church, "The Beatitudes" by Malotte and "Sweet Little Jesus Boy" by Mac- Kinsey, and spoke on the World Youth conference. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Miller will entertain Aug. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church met Sunday night with Paul Enabnit giving a lesson on the 3rd chapter of Acts. Miss Veronica Latham led singing. The group will meet at the church again next Sunday night. Clear Lake Calendar THURSDAY—Red cross home service worker. City hall, 1 to 5. Hoyal Neighbor club. City park, 1. Double Dozen club, Mrs, Wayne Wolford. Lake's Ambitious Vestae, Patty Huff, Tvlason City. Know Your Neighbor club. Lakeside Ladies aid, Mrs. Frank Miles. Zion Lutheran aid—Ruth circle. Mrs. Claus Carstens; Martha circle, Mrs. J. R. Whitesides; Lydia. circle, Mrs. Clifford Legxied. Botary -club. Camp Hoosevelt, G:30. Dorcas society of Gospel Tabernacle church. City park, 7. I Catholic Ladies aid, St. Patrick's church parlors, evening. B. T. S. A., Mrs. Arnold Griffith, SllVz S. 4th street. Youth Fellowship, Gospel Tabernacle church, 8. Odd Fellows encampment and Auxiliary, I. O. O. F. hall, 8. At the outbreak of the Americ a n Revolution, Massachusetts owned one seagoing vessel for every 10 inhabitants, and in New Hampshire, and what is now Maine, more people were engaged in shipbuilding and navigation than in agriculture. Rash RESINOL 0 "*™"' Clear Lake Briefs Odd Fellows Lodge met at the I. O. O. F. hall Monday night for their regular- business meeting with the new officers in charge. ' Wanted: Waitress, 6 day week. Jen's Cafe. Phone 721. Royal Neighbor club will meet for a picnic in City park Thursday at 1 o'clock/ Mrs. Clifford Wilson, president, announced Wednesday, For Sale: Used 6 pc. wicker living room set. Lake Barber Shop, Dean Snyder, S 2/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder, 714 S. 4th street, arrived Monday from San Diego, Cal., where he has been in boot training. As honor man of his company he was awarded a silver identification bracelet. Seaman Snyder, who enlisted in the navy April 29, returns to San Diego July 22 for further assignment. Seaman Snyder was accompanied home by Robert Hill, S 2/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hill, 729 S. 3rd street, who has a similar leave. For Sale: Set of Twin Beds complete. Ph. 203 evenings. The meeting: of the Junior Chamber of Comemrce scheduled for Monday evening was postponed a week and will be held at Randy's cafe next Monday at 7:30. The board of directors meets at 6:30. Wanted: Inside help at Park Lane Drive Inn, next to Park theater. Mary Jo Iloel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orel Hoel, Ventura, will appear in a marimba solo on the band concert programs in City park Saturday evening at 8 and Sunday at 3. Big Savings on Spray Equipment during July. DeBruyn & Pugh. R. M. Swenson, Iowa Falls, registered a large mouth black bass weighing 4J nounds at the police station July 11. This is the only one registered so far for the current week's "big fish" prize. Henry DeWendt, Garner, registered a 3$ pound northern pike June 28 not before reported, Boys and girls DeLuxe Bicycles on sale during this month. See us for a bargain. DeBruyn & Pugh. The 3rd fly control spraying of the uptown district was completed over the weekend and part of the 2nd in the residential section. The uptown portion will get 2 more sprayings this season. The 2nd will be finished and a 3rd complete spray given in the residential areas later this season, Paul Satter, chariman of the fly control committee, reported Wednesday. Wanted: Woman to clean house every Thursday. F. L. Minette. Phone 203 evenings. Paul Revere who made the famous ride to warn the American colonists of the approach of the British, and who was a noted silversmith of his time, was appointed president of the first American board of health, in Boston, in 1799. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette North lowans at Junior Camp of Farmers Union Nine Iowa Farmers Union Juniors are attending All States camp which is being held at the Red Rocks park, Morrison, Colo., July 7-17. The state education director, Miss Mary Nicolette, is also attending the camp. The juniors are Dick and Ruth Ann Coe, Mason City; Lucille and Vincent Green, Graiid Mound; Birney Cast, Nora Springs; Rose Marie Larsen, Charles City; Dolores Schall, Ogden; Floyd Scenk- sen, DeWitt, and Mildred Stevenson, Lime Springs. The camp is located in the foothills of the Rockies and approximately 160 juniors and leaders are attending. The camp director is Mrs, Gladys Talbott Edwards, national director of education, Vincent Green has been elected chairman of the student governing board; Lucille Green and Rose Marie Larsen are on the annual staff. A regular schedule is followed at All States camp. There are classes in building the Farmers Union, human relationships, the world today, co-operatives, special nterest groups, recreation and handicraft. Speakers at the camp include James Patton, president of the Na- Lional Farmers Union; Doctor Joe hen,*" department of philosophy, University of Denver; Doctor Lewis Hoyle, U. S. public health service; Glenn Talbott, president of the North Dakota Farmers Union, and others. HIGGINS VISITS SISTER AT LAKE Clear Lake—Mr. and Mrs. William R. Lowe and Mrs. Grace Winn, R. F. D. No. 3, entertained the latter's brother. Kenneth Higgins, Kewanee, 111., from July 4 to 7. Mr. Higins also visited another niece, Mrs. L. R. Himrod, Mason City, and a number of grand nieces and nephews there whom he had not seen for many years. He also became acquainted with their children. Mr, Higgihs enjoyed seeing Clear Lake where he had not visited for many years and praised, the admirable cornfields and fine farms, in the country. Mr. Higgins returned to Kewanee by bus to continue his vacation. The Leaning Tower of Pisa is now more than 16 feet off slant. Knutsons Get Home From San Francisco Clear Lake—Dr. and Mrs. Henry W. Knutson returned Monday from a vacation trip west. They drove first to Denver, Colo.; then Salt Lake City, Utah, Bryson's and the Grand canyons, Ziou National park and Boulder Dam. At Los Angeles, Cal., they visited Dr. Knutson's sister, Mrs. Clara Fritz, and then went to San Francisco where Dr. Knutson attended a meeting of the International Board of Optometry Examiners. They then drove through Oregon and Washington and to Banff National park in Canada, returning via Glacier and Yellowstone National parks. They were gone 7 weeks and drove about 8,000 miles with no car trouble whatever. Big oil deposits often are found under domes of salt. HEARING AIDS $25.00 to $150.00 Batteries All Kinds DR. J. H. LEPPER, Opt. 28 First St. S. E. OFFICIALS GATHER AT P. M. PARK-A number of the high Patriarchs Militant are attending the department council at P. M. park, Clear Lake, this week. In the picture, left to right, front row, are: Maj. Gen. (R) A. H. Saveride,*Har- lan; Brig. Gen. Arnold Rottenback, Elgin, 111.; Maj. Gen. John A. Woods, department commander, Des Moines; General Commanding Gordon E. Wheeler, Flagstaff, Ariz., and Lt. Col. Kenneth Stokka, Ames. In the back row are Brig. Gen. William A Borg Boone- Col..R. J. Nelson, chief of staff, Clear Lake; Brig. Gen. (R) H. W. Hardy, Hampton; Lt! Col. Earl W. Gilbert, department adjutant, Ankeny, and Brig. Gen. Fred F Hall Iowa Falls. . Ada Woods Is Honored at P. M. Park Clear Lake—Lady Ada Woods, vice president of the Ladies Auxiliary Patriarchs Militant, department of Iowa, was honored by Pioneer Auxiliary No. 3, DCS Moines, at an open house and reception Monday evening irom 8 to 10 at the Triple Link cottage. Lady Hazel Schaller was hostess and 125 guests attended. The serving table was centered with a floral piece used at the picnic at the I, O. O. F. home, Mason City, Sunday. Other table appointments were carried out in the L. A. P. M. colors, purple and gold. Among the distinguished guests were Gordon "Wheeler, general commanding, Flagstaff, Ariz.; John A. Woods, department commander, Des Moines, and Mrs. Leone Stokka, department association president, Ames. The courtesy was arranged by Mines. Lilly Hays, Celia Potter, Lyda Fuller, and Elizabeth Kirstein, electrive officers of Pioneer Auxiliary No. 3. Carrie Dale Young Entertains at Party Clear Lake—Carrie Dale Young entertained Girl Scouts of troop 3 at a party Sunday afternoon at their camp on "The Island" in honor of her llth birthday. Her mother, Mrs. Jennie Young, provided a large decorated birthday cake which was served with ice cream. Mmes. T. G. Burns and Tom Wood are leaders of troop 3 which has 25 girls at the camp. The Misses Dorothy Crane and Joan Bisgrove are camp directors, Mrs. Arthur Hammond camp dietitian and Miss Betty Burns swimming instructor. The girls went into camp Sunday and will stay a week when another troop takes over. Pisa, Italy, is a medium sized cotton manufacturing center. This is the season for and here is the first place For safety's sake ; ; . bring your car in for a lubrication and thorough check-up before you drive away on your vacation. You'll enjoy smoother performance. You'll feel confident that your car is in tip-top shape. And above all, you'll know that you've done everything possible to insure the safety of your family at a time when crowded summer roads make driving care extremely important. You'll find we have the factory-trained mechanics, the modern ccfiiipment, and the genuine Oldsmohile parts—everything it takes to handle every job promptly' and efficiently. Service first is safely first —so come in for service soon! Oldsmoblle Pre-Vacation Check-Up Lubrication—Lubricate chassis; change oil in engine, transmission, and differential if necessary. Krakci—Adjust brakes; re-line if needed. St*«rltiB—Check wheel alignment, wheel balance, and steering mechanism. Engirt*—Analyze and tnne engine. Safety Equipment—Check ligbts, born, windshield wipers, and nil electrical equipment; inspect tires; check cooling system, repair connections if needed. YOU E A L E R ZENOR MOTOR CO. 124 South Delaware Phone 5500 111 •"" Ttmt in Jlmrg J. Taylor, Mutual Ntmmlc, Jt/imrfayi and Friday* —^——.^—— 2nd Session at P. M. Park Clear Lake—The 2nd session of the Department Council of Patriarchs Militant was held at P. M. park Tuesday morning, with Maj. Gen. John A. Woods, Des Moines, in the chair. Brig. Gen. (R) H'. W. Hardy, Hampton, and Capt. E. C. Potter, West Des Moines, were elected park trustees for 3 year terms. The Department Association of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Patriarchs Militant held its opening session in the afternoon with Mrs. Leone Stokka, president. Ames, in charge. The Ames Auxiliary members introduced the state officers and escorted them to their stations. Mrs. Doris Diercks, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Nora Hertig, sang "Bless This House." Lt. Col. D. S. Galvin, Lt Col K. S. Stokka, Brig. Gen. William Borg, Maj. Everett Sager, Capt. Merlin. Craig and Col. R. J. Nelson formed the color guard to escort the color bearer and officer of the day as they presented the American flag. Introduced and welcomed were the following past presidents of the department association; Mrs. Nelle Crawford, Cedar Falls; Mrs. Rose Woodruff, Waterloo; Mmes. Rose Viall and Hazel Repp, Mason City; Mrs. Feme D. Shadle, Sioux City; Mmes. Margaret Hall and Millie Triplett, Iowa Falls; Mrs. Luella Saveride, Ha rIan; Mrs. Ethel Frenzen, Iowa City, and Mrs. Lulu Windrath, Humboldt. Also introduced were Mrs. Mabel Fitzgerald, president, Iowa City; Mrs. Doris Diercks, secretary, and Mrs. Louise Elliott, treasurer, Mason City, and officers of the Ladies of the Decoration. Past president of the Ladies of the Decoration introduced were: Mmes. Mae Welch, Nelle Crawford, Nettie Hardy and Rose Viall. Mrs. Leona Woodbury, Charles City, assembly president, was introduced and given a seat on the platform. Other assembly officers introduced were: Mrs. Mae Welch, secretary, Des Moines; Mrs. Alta Woodside, treasurer, Cedar Rnpids, and Mrs. Muriel Gaivin, warden, Knoxville. Mrs. Flossie Farrer, Mason City, assembly messenger; Mrs. Caroline Dustin, Maxwell, chairman of the distribution committee; Mrs. Fern Shadle, Sioux City, member- of the board of Theta Rho clubs; Mrs. Gertrude Rosenkild, Mason City, chairman of the board of control, Theta Rho clubs, and Mrs. R. J. Nelson, Clear Lake, a member of the credentials committee and warden-elect, were introduced. Lady Lucille Rottenbach, sentry for the department association of Illinois, and Lady M a r g a r et Browne, president of the Watch City Auxiliary No. 33, Elgin, 111., were introduced and welcomed and seated on the platform. Gordon Wheeler, general commanding of the world, Flagstaff, Ariz.; Maj. Gen. John A. Woods, department commander; Lt. Col. K. S. Stokke, aide to the general commanding, visited the session and Mr. Wheeler spoke of the wonderful park at Clear Lake and of the large delegations from over the state. Past presidents of the Rebekah Assembly introduced were: Mmes. Mae Welch, Nell Crawford, Ada Woods, Rose Vial], Vira Reynolds and Doris Huffman. Tuesday evening, Ames Auxiliary No. 48 conferred the White Rose degree on 6 candidates for Ames, Waterloo and Mason City Auxiliaries. Brig. Gen. Fred Hall, chairman of the trustees of the park, was introduced and presented a check for $200 from the department association by Lady Leone Stokka, association president, for the new ceiling in the dining room. Following the meeting, the Ames Canton and Auxiliary presented a military drill under the command of Brig. Gen. (R) R. L. Dustin. Gordon Wheeler, General Commanding, highly complimented, the 2 staffs. Buy Your Blankets In July! On Lay-Away! BIG BLANKET VALUES 3 Ib. ALL WOOL BLANKET This soft, fine textured virgin wool blanket is.down to an amazing price! 72"x84" double or single size. ,» " Blue, green, rose dust, peach, white, or gold. Rayon- satin binding? Plus 5 year guarantee against moth damage! 4-lb. All New Wool, 72"x90", at a New Low Price of, .50 8.90 Wonderful Buy! PLAID PAIR 4.98 Each half fc 72" x 84" single or double size! 95% imported cotton, 5% pure wool! Lovely colors! Cotton and Rayon BLANKETS 5.90 Floral basket design in half cotton, half rayon. Extra- Ion? 72" x 90" in 6 colors, rayon satin edge. Jacquard Border BLANKETS 3.98 Exquisite pastel tones with delicately outlined jacquard- bordcr. 5% wool, 95% cotton. 70" x 80". BUY THEM ON LAY-AWAY . . . MONTHS TO PAY!

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