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Entertain in "^ -, * 'Â·* Â«, Indian S(y/e CLEAR LAKE--An Indian motif marked the social session of \Va- Tan-Ye Club, woman's service or- ganisation, held at the Clear Lake Greenhouse Monday evening with Mrs. Lillian Overton and Miss Margie Conweil hostesses. Members wore Indian costumes and spoke in the monosyllabic manner. of the Indians. Dinner featuring Indian foods, was servec before a fireplace. Indian .tepees tall, timber and narrow portagei carried out the primitive idea Mrs. M. L. Thayer and Miss Betty Trager were guests. For the program Miss Lettj Chase and Mmes. G. W. Wilcox Irving Morgan, R. G. Sweiger ant B. A. Morse were chosen as lead ers for stunts related to the gei; eral theme. The prize was won b. Mrs. Wilcox and party, the Misse Lucia E. O'Neil, Conweil and Trag r, who gave ttielr Interpretation f "Custer's Last Stand." Each eceived a potted-plant as a prize. Irs. Luretta Ryan won the'prize or the best dressed Indian. Mrs. totlie \Yellmon and Mrs. Mary Bowman were judges 1 . During the business meeting it vas decided to hold September meetings on.the IGth and 30th because of Labor Day on Sept. 1. The S e pi e mber committee includes Mrs. S i d n e y Halford, Miss Ella Ernst and Mrs. Lauretta Henderson. Cleor Lake Calendar WEDNESDAY--Women goUcrÂ«, g o 1 course, 9 a.in. Lake Township Farm Bureau, S t a I Park. noon. Lions Club. All Veterans Social Center 12:15, : Congregational Women's Fellowship group 4, Mrs. Roy Benedict, 1001 Shore Drive, 1. Double Dozen Club, Mrs. Ernest Carr, 1 ..Women's Christian Temperance Union Mrs. Walter Wood. 2. 7.loa' Lutheran AW; Bather circle. Mrs Earl Lambert; Louis circle, Mrs. O. N Chrlilophcrson. 1000 1st Avc. N.; Sur circle, Mrs. Arnot Hanson. Ml N. lOt St.. 2:30; Dorcas circle, Mrs. John W. Uoc) Jensen, 507 S. 9lh St., 8. Yacht Club sailboat races. City dock. 2:30. Softball Raines, Lions Field: HlRh school v s . . L u t h e r League. 7:15; VFW vs. Clenr Lake Auction. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette --News of Yout CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS ': ' : ; . Â· Â· ' ' Â· '**. Mn. Lester Godden and 7 pound son, Kurt Sterling, born Aug. 33 at Mercy Hospital, Mason City, returned home Sunday. Kurt has sister, Doxie, 3. $5 tale drissei at Hantin's. Mrs. B.: E. Sanders led devotions and Mrs. F. A. Barber gave he lesson for Triple S Clnss Monday in City Park, Refreshments' were served by Mrs. Sanders aw Mrs. George Walkins. Mrs. S. S. Hudson will be hostess Sept. 15 Wanted: Paper'hanging, painting ATTENTION HOME OWNERS! Special Discount of Jos.se Home Tent No. 45, Daughters of Union Veterans, lear Lake, were honored at the City Hall, Clear Lake, Monday evening-, the occasion beinj? the 25th anniversary of the organization of the tent. Left* During the Remainder of August on KflUFMflMN DeLuxe Combination CHARTER MEMBERS GloUu-C.tirette photo by Glbbi HONORED--Charter members o right are Mmes. John V. Bohning, Grace F i s k c, J. T. Iharlesworth and A. R. Cain. Other charter members who still belong but were unable to atlcnd are Mmcs. M a r i a n , L. Peterson, Sever (Cora Scherf) Nelson and E. and Miss Kathcrine by exper. man. Ph. 315J after G. Mr, and Mrs. turned Monday References f u r n . home of Mrs, Walter Wood Wednesday a f ternoon. Persons desiring ransportntion may call Mrs, Eu- ;eno Grimm, 330-W or be at the Methodist Church corner at 1:45 p.m. Best buy in town. Parker Pens, S5.75, others $3.50 up. Owen Jewelry Gifts. Clear Lake Bakery defeated the Basket Grocery, 0-8, in the Softball League game at Lions Field'Mon- day evening. Soverson's Excavators defeated the Businessmen, ifi-T. Winners will play in the tournament Thursday evening. Nordis of Dallat--Back to School styles. Sec them soon at, the Sunshine Shop. , , . - , . ! . ; Miss ConnU Albert, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. George Albert Albers Jr., hrts been accepted for ad mission at Iowa Stale, Teachers College, Cedar Falls, She will enroll for n two-year elementary touching course. A 1952 graduate of Ventura High School, Miss Alii was awarded the Iowa State LeRoy Olsons Are Honored at Rickard Home CLEAR LAKE -- Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Olson, who were married at Mountain Lake, Ark., June 9, were honored at a miscellaneous shower nt the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. \V. TUck- ard, with about 30 persons attend Ing. They received many beautiful gifts. Refreshments were served. Mrs, Olson plans to resume Leaching at Belle Plalnc Sept. J. R. from Pag* re- .1 effcrson Storm Windows and Screens ; Coll 5796 for Free Estimate and Demonstration BUY NOW AND SAVE At Sixth Street and North Federal Mason City, Iowa W. Winnie Choate. The tent was organized Aug. 27, 1927, in the clubroom of the Clear Lake Library. The name was that of a nurse who served in the Civil War. 'Mrs. Nelson was the first president, Mrs. A. N. Anderson, senior vice president; M r s . - N e d Blackmorc. junior vice president; Mrs. Ed Harding, chaplain; Mrs. Charlesworth, patriotic instructor; Miss Choate, treasurer; Mrs. Fiske, secretary,.and Mrs. A. M. Olinger, ;uide. Others Named Other charter members were Mmcs. Edith Cornell, Fred Moffctl, Dora Holmes, Mac Higgle, Polly Whitney, Cora Vedeler, Verna Btif- lington, Lovelia Morrison, T. L King, T. B. Aitchison, James ,Wattb and Morton Kimball, Clear Lake, and Mmes. Stella Homrig, Cnpitola Bclding and Ada Elsham, Mason City. GAR members obligated were J. A. Cobb', G. W. Richardson, John E. Cobb, E. J. Scherf and Peter Brown.' Sons of Veterans obligated were Walter Buffington, John Schorl", T. L. King, E. W. Winnie, S. J.'Ott and Ray Sherman. Harold Charlesworlh is also an obligated member. In February, 1930, the tent placed a case containing war relics in the public library. A small monument was placed in the cemetery and dedicated Aug. G, 1939. Dinner Served A potluck dinner was served Monday evening at City Hall. The table centerpiece was a white cake and red and white candles. Flags stood at the corners of. the table. The celebration was in charge of the council, Mmes. Bohning and C. A. Bouline and Miss Ethel Carpenter. For the program Bill Bouline, accompanied by J a n e Duesenberg, sang "May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You." A letter from Mrs. Winnie was react. Mrs. Russell Roberts reported a gift of $5 from Mrs. Fiskc in memory of her father, G. W. Richardson. Mrs. Fred Huber, president, named Mrs. Roberts and Miss Ver- Carpenler department aides. It, 1Â»SJ J MÂ»Â«oÂ« Cliy rHobn-GmlU, MUM CHy, U. and Mr. Olson to enter the service Sept, 4. He is now attending summer school at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. School closes Friday and; Mr. and Mrs, Qlson will leave that day for Gary, Ind., to visit his sister, Mrs. Peter Boland, a week. They will be back in Clear Lake for Labor Day. , The shower was arranged by Mr. Olson's sister, Mrs. Wells Bruce, Rt a s o n City, and aunt, Mrs. V. Kennedy, .1G05,7th Ave. N; , TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED ADI City, Mo., where they visited five weeks with their son-in-law find daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Basle r and family. For Rent; Apt. f u r n . S. l a k e shore, close in. Ph. 105W. Mrs. R a . l p h ( M a r j o r l e ) HÂ«si, Pasadena, Calif., arrived Monday to visit her father, John Miles, and ulher relatives and friends. Woman wanted for housework. Ph. 770-M. Mr. and Mrs. .A. L. Hansen, Akron, 0., arrived Monday to visit the former's sister, Mrs. Helen E. Education Association C o u n t y Council scholarship to Teachers College. New Kate Greenaway Children's Dresses at Hanson's. Cpl. and Mri. Roy Myhr left Tuesday morning for Cherry Point, N. C., after spending two weeks willi the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr, 2210 S. Lake View Drive, and Mrs. Myhv's moth- a few days. They are to Yellowstone National cr, Mrs. Cora Groe, Lake Mills. Mr. and Mr*. John V. Bohning, accoinpnnied by Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Btirkart, Mason City, went Tuesday to DCS Moincs to attend f u n e r a l services for 1'. L. Peur- snll, former Clear Lake photographer, who died at H u r l n n Saturday. na Mrs. G. E. Curphy, chaplain, draped the charter in memory of the late Mrs. Frank Long. The tent gave a vote of thanks to the council for arranging the celebration. THE Wistcy, enronte Park. Neal The Cleaners will be doled Aug. 25 to Sept. 2 for vacations. Jim Kocourek, who is employed in the lown Ordnance Plant, Silas Mason Company, Burlington, spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Fred Fredrickson. A few suits on 'sale for only $9.98 nt Hansen's. Weekend guests at the George Ilcctland home were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Eckberg and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Molt and Vickie, DCS Moincs; Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Schrocder niul Diana and Miss Marlenc Keniclz, The ernwl stroke in swimming was so n a m e d by newsmen to whom the swimmers appeared to be c r a w l i n g over tho water. STOP CRABGRASS COLD Mmes. Willis Miller, S. J. Ott and Ralph Ott are the September committee. FROM BATONS IS THE LOOK YOU WANT TO ACHIEVE THIS FALL! j SEE BATONS HARVEST OF DESIGNER KNITS TODAY! 25Â°Â°-49 95 These knit dresses are really special . . . created by top designers . , . Kimberly, Rosanna, and 'Bradley . , . in an exciting variety of novelty knits and other combinations . . . embroidery studded with pearls and rhinesfones for on elegant look . . . a n d all are woven to retain their shape and give you perfect f i t for the life of the dress. Sizes 10-20, 38-44. Plan Rites for Mrs. Brown Funeral at Ward's Thursday,2 P.M. CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Mrs. Boh IT. Brown, 65, Thornton, who died nt a Mason City hospital early Tuesday following n long illness, will be held at Ward's Funeral Home Thursday afternoon at 2. The Kcv. Roy A. Harris- villc, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Mason City, will conduct the rites and burial will be in Clear Luke Cemetery. Mrs. Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ./. P. Nielsen, was born at Clear Lake Nov. 13, 1886, and grew up in the community. Mrs. Brown is survived by her husband and a nephew, C a r l Brown Jr., Mason City, who was reared in her home. Besides her parents she was preceded in death by a son, Carlton, who died at the age of 5, and a sister, Mrs. Adolph ( E s t h e r ) Tang, Los Angeles, Calif. Lakola; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon La- Warnc, Gilmorc City; Mr, and Mrs. William Stubbc and, Bonnie Lee, Ledyarcl, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Giblen and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Roll and Dick, Eldora. For Sale: Gulbranson piano, cheap. Ph. 230. The Rev. M. R. Dorr, Des Moincs, director of adult work of the Methodist Church of lowu, will spcalc on "Does It Concern YouV" for the Woman's Christian Temperance Union program at the GOif BRAND CRABGRASS KILLEI 20 E a s t State Phone 17 only 51 more than lowest-priced spinets' Goes to Wisconsin for Sister's Rites CLEAR LAKE -- F r e d Fredrickson plans to leave Wednesday evc- nnig for Eau Claire, Wis., to attend f u n e r a l services Friday for his si.ster, Mrs. Richard Wallin, 'If), who died there Saturday after a long illness. Mrs. Wallin is survived by her h u s b a n d , a son in Korea, a daughter with the Air Force in New York, n son in camp in California, three younger children at home, four brothers and two sisters. .Mrs-. W a l l i n . nee Esther Fredrickson, was born and reared in the vicinity of Forcsty City a n d m a n y of her relatives live there nnd at Albert Lea, M i n n . . . . a n d look w h a t y o u get! | S s y * T O N E A freer, bigger lonc_ because there no lone-muffling wood posts in the back. ire, R E S P O N S E Everett has costliest type, big piano action. Assuree no-font, easy response -- nnd dependability. S T Y L I N G Modern and traditional models in limed onk, muple, wnlnut and mahogany -- f u r - niture-styled by William H. Clingman. I N T O N A T I O N Balanced Tension moLii! back keeps Everett in tune far longer ordinary pianos. lover than Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Hunfing ton, Hampton, were dinner guests at the Halcyon Baldock home. Callers were Miss Ronnie Hamilton, H a m p t o n ; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hawver, Aredale; Will Huser, TfiuJtl, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Groos- house and f a m i l y . Dnmont. DEAF MAN PERFECTS MIDGET HEARING AID Mr. H. A. Lyons of Peori;i, Til., who himself has been h a r d of hearing for twenty years, has perfected a new hearing airi t h a t can be worn in secret. With this small aid, even your closest friends will never know how you hear so perfectly. Voices, the radio and even the ticking of the clock sound natural. It is suggested If Interested for yourself or a friend, write Mr. Lyons at 400 A South Washing- lion Street, Pcoria, III. He will be ;glad to send f u l l i n f o r m a t i o n . (Afiv.) 5-48 only spinet with balanced tension art ritoll ovtrofli at four fowÂ«it'prlcÂ»d, nationally; Â«jii1rlbÂ« SINCE 1700 A N C E M U S I C CO., INC. M A S O N CITY, I O W A Factory Ropretentaliv* for tho following Famous Make Pianos: Â· STEINWAY Â· EVERETT Â· CABLE-NELSON Â· HADDORFF Â· WURLITZER PIANOS and ORGANS MtMIEROf NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MUSIC MERCHANTS * VALUE Q U A L I T Y S E R V I C E Neibergall Bros. 2 STORES 1509 So. 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