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-' * FEBRUARY 14 1931 .\ SOCIAL CALENDAR I MONDAY ' T. Ay E. club-^ Mrs Lester Milligan, 905~Monroe - place northwest, luncheon. " Monday Bridge club-2 oYlock, Mrs. K. A. Brudevpld, ~ 812 Monroe avenue northwest. Maria Mitchell club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. D. Nichols", 204 Seventh .street northwest, "The March of Commerce," Mrs £_-.. R. B. Irons. ' · ,., Monday club-- r "c. 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, . , " 6 5 4 East. State street, "Negro , Music," Mrs. J. A. Wiley, "At'.'. 1 , lantic Monthly," Mrs. C. R Pot. K.. ter, . . . ' Clmiitauqua club-- , . .C 2:30 o'clock, Y, W. C. A., Mrs. ".'. "... Willard Thrams, hostess, topics, Mrs. ,R. B. Girton and group 5, r ; ."Anna Karenlna," Mrs. M .E. Ol- '·'" son. /.Child Study club-V,;. 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. Major, 1025 West State street, "Dutch Art, ,.-. ·· Swiss Yodeling.l' _Mrs. S. L: f Haynes; "Journey. Thru Holland · ,- and Switzerland," Mrs. M. W. ; .'· Humphrey, "Parent Education," Mrs, B. A. McDonald. -- Twentieth Century club-- ;'-:v2:30 o'clock, Mrs.. W. A. Westfali, .£·" 31 Tenth street northwest, cur- A - rent topics, Mrs. Carl Parker. . "Romance's of Victorian Era, 1 ' ": s Mrs. Lee P. Loomis. / H. E.-O. club--' " .-". 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. W; A. Cagle, 12 :' ; Sixteenth street southeast, '·'·','. "Washington," Mrs. J. J. Goelz. Occident club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Allen Beck. 2-1 , "· ' Eleventh street northeast, "Women In Poetry and Song," Mrs. H. S. Beemer, "Women in Prose," · ' - Mrs. Ira Stinson. " M i d l a n d club--. ;-'·- ' 2:30 o'clock, Miss 1 Stella Page, : ' 212 Second street southeast, Mrs. J. H. Stevens, leader. R. B, Bridge club-- · 1 ';' 6:30 o'clock. Bovaird tearoom, ; V 315 Washington avenue north-west, Mrs. M. W. Boomhower, hostess · Woman's club 'nhorus-- 7:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. .··L Hadassah-- ·*' ·: S o'clock, '.P. G. and E. auditor-' ". iiim, benefit bridge. :"·:. ·:'.-'. TUESDAY ' Wa-Tan-Yc-::: · 12:15 o!clock. Hotel Hanford. ./ Shamrock clubs-1 o'clock, Mrs. E. W. Larson, . , 1016 West State street. - ,Oweso club-;- . . -1 o'clock, Mrs. T. W.; Collins, 103 Thirteenth street northeast. Forest Park Bridge club-2:15 o'clock, Mrs. Harold Henley, 801 Second street southwest. . ~-Matinee Musicale-P 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Harold Johnson, 305 Carolina avenue southeast, current events, Mrs. Roy Servison. "Spanish: Influence on United f. ,, States Music,"-Mrs. ,Leon Wood- JiRrdj, Mrs lion. -W«H« Clfa club-- u , Mrs. Ralph Llbyd Jones,- '1101 Second street southwest. · T. N. T.-- · '6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., dinner. ;_Alchor Shrine--^ ^.:.-6;30'bVclock, Masonic temple, cov- '' -ered dish dinner followed by irieet- ·* -. ing at 7:30 o'clock. ..-JJgo Igo club-.-;,.,-. Joy Ridgeway, 37 Oak drive. i'dOHvet Queen Esther--· ······ 7:30 o'clock, Dorothy Cookman, :.'. 13 Twenty-fourth street south ...'.:- west. ·i.i'S. W. A '7:30 o'clock, Mrs. F. M. HellumH, ' · 905 East State street, Mrs. C. W. Gasswint, assisting. Chicago Northwestern Women-K. C. hall, dance. vi .'WEDNESDAY. | Better Speech classes-I,.;," 9, 10:25, 7:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. ..Fortnightly club-.-.. 1 o'clock, Mrs. Albert Hass, 1 · , Taylor avenue southwest. r,Trinlty Lincoln circle-Mrs. Charles Melland, 517 Massachusetts avenue northeast. , .Our Saviour's Lutheran Ladles aid-': ·· 2 o'clock, church, Mrs. Martin ; Rasmussen, hostess. P. E. O. G. N.-Mrs. L. S. Sanders, 219 Louisiana avenue southeast. Good Cheer Lodge-2:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. P. E. O. D7-- 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. W. Seevers, 12 Eleventh street northeast. . Calvary Home Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Ross Bullard, ;'· 1419 Madison avenue northwest. -Trinity Washington circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Sever Olson, 234 Sixth street southeast. Baptist Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. August Johnson's division in charge. Olivet Homo Guard-4 o'clock, Mrs. Ross Clark, 1324 ',\. Delaware avenue southeast. Harding Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, school. Yedmen-- 7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Jefferson Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. M. E. Dalvey, 1414 East State street. Phoenicians-8 o'clock, Miss Gretchen Carlson, 511 East State street, Miss Dorothy Westfali, leader. THURSDAY Hanford Ladles' aid-1 o'clock, Mrs. Arthur Stevens, luncheon. New Idea Olub-- 2 o'clock, Mrs. William Whorley, 25 Twelfth street southeast. Thursday Bridge- club-Mrs. J. L. Pauley, 303 Carolina avenue southeast. Cee Dee Bridge clnb-- 2 o'clock, Mrs. J. L. Delaney, 524 Sixth street southeast. Trl-Deck Bridge club-2 o'clock, Mrs. J. L. Burns, 105 Twentieth street southeast. American Legion auxiliary-' 2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Olivet Ladles' aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. C. K. Kinnpy, Mrs. W. C. Kellar, hostesses. Novel 'club-- , , , __. Mrs. G. S. Avery, Jr., 15 Fifth street northwest, Mrs. Millard Miller, "Fiesta." Central P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Get Together club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. H. Davis, 1712 Carolina avenue northeast. W. C. T. II.-. 2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. I'. W. A--; Baptltt church, Washington supper. , TL',?alnta club-6:15 o'clock/ Y. W. C. A. G. F; S. Juniors-7:15 o'clock. Pariah hall. Boryl Qroye 185 Woodman circle-7:35 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Madison Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, school, Mrs. Wallace, leader. ' Women's Bureau-7:30 o'clock, Labor hall. Athenian club- Mrs. E. 'Wangle,'403 Fourth street southeast, current events, group 2; one act play, Mrs. T. Phaien. Mrs. T. H. Jacobs. Immanuel Luther League-8 o'clock, church, Ellen and Esther- Landffren, committee. Atonroe Washington Child Study 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Kenneth Olson, 928 Madison avenue' northeast, Mrs. N. C. Stam, lesson. FRIDAY R. N. A.- elul*-- 2 o'clock, Eagles hall, Mrs. A. O. Lund, Mrs. Fred Higley, Mrs. J. B Elliott, Mrs. W: H. Schultz, hostesses. Women's Missionary Union-2:38 o'clock, Church of Christ, talk by.lhe Rev. J. L. Pickett, de, votioria, Mrs. Walter Sopher. Roosevelt Jackson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock. Roosevelt auditorium. First Methodist Home Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, chapel. Congregational Women's Union- Church, group 3 with Mrs. George Romey in .charge. Jefferson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Grant P,.X. A.-2:30 o'clock, school, founders'.day program, the Rev. George Parker, speaker. . ·· St. John's Women's auxiliary-2:30 o'clock, cnurch parlors. G. F. S. candidates-4:15 o'clock, Parish hall. Lime Creek P. T. A. No. 7-School. * Queen Itebekah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, social hour at 8:30 o'clock. First Presbyterian Missionary society-- 7:30 o'clock, church, leader, Mrs. Campbell, hostesses, Mrs. Mar\ garet Fisher, -Ms.'--R.- W. .Fiach- "· beck;'alrchurctrnigh'tr. -· ' 'y Harding lodge No. : 649, A.'F. and M. 7:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, second degree conferred. SATURDAY Immanuel Junior Mission band-.2 o'clock, Mrs. Anna Frederickson, 634 Washington avenue southwest. : t Juvenile Mvstic workers-Y. W. C.*A. M. B. A. Junior'Ioage -2:30 o'clock. Eagles -fall. Browning society-7:30 o'clock. Miss Cora Sundell, 49 Crescent drive, "The Worst of It," Browning; " C a v e n d a r ' s House,'.' Edward A..-Robinson, Miss Inez Gwynn. Presbyterian Men Entertains Families at Valentine Dinner Men's club of the First Presbyterian church were hoats to the families of the church at a St. Valentine's party Friday evening. One hundred were entertained with u program filled with variety and interest. The welcome was written by Ralph Fiscttbeck, Jr., and read by R. W. Fiachbeok. Mrs. A. C. Hagerman responded for the ladles. Paul Clement -demonstrated how to build a radio. With the throwing togethev of several tubes, wires and screws a set was completed thru which a program was received presumably from London, but ih reality from the study of .the church. Safford Lock was the announcer. Donald Johnson entertained with several selections on the. accordion. As an impromptu stunt Mrs. O. W. Brown sought information as to steamship travel and tours from a steamship office which had been left in chai-gd of a friend of the real agent. The Rev. George K. Davies acted as the friend: Following the program the refreshment committee of" the Men's club served refreshments. The program was in charge of Mr. Lock, and the group singing in charge of Lyall Smith. Sidney Stott played the piano. Child Should Be Told Value of Truthfulness Rather Than Not to Lie By ALICE JUDSON PEALE Parents often make the moral training of their children unnecessarily difficult by emphasizing issues of abstract right and wrong. Nothing, for instance, is more confusing to the child than to be told repeatedly that lying is wicked. He hears mother give a lying excuse to the lady who is inviting her for dinner. He hears his father tell his aunt how much he liked the red necktie she gave him for Christmas when he knows that father has always disliked that particular color. To add to hia confusion he finds that he is apt to be punished for telling the truth at the wrong moment. He remembers how he was MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE- 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN 2090 By ANNE ADAMS As soft and .':. ih as spring itself, this dainty dress for the junior miss. The tiered skirt moves with graceful freedom as it falls, in deep flares. The cape collar opens in front to reveal a V neck that is girlish and becoming. Two-tone ribbon is twisted to form a novel belt that ties in a pert how. There are sleeves with the pattern. · Pattern 2090 may be fashioned of orgaridy.jvoile, greorget, flat crepe or dimity. An easy and effective finish may be had by picoting the fabric on all raw edges. White and the pastel 'shades are charming for young things. May be obtained only,in sizes 10, 12, 14 and 16. Size 10 requires 3'/» yards of 39 inch material. No dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model with our pattern. Yardage for every, size, and simple, exact instructions are given. Send 15 cents in coins or stamps (coins preferred), for each pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state siza wanted. The new spring and summer fashion book Is now ready. It features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, lingerie, pajamas and kiddies' clothes. Price of book, 15 cents. Book with pattern, 25 cents. Address all mail and orders to Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth Street, New York City. scolded for innocently saying to the lady visitor that she must be very old for he heard father say she would never see 40 again. Instead-of telling a child that it is always wicked to lie, it is much better to let him learn that truthfulness }._ desirable generally because it makes it easier for people to get along if they know that they can depend upon each other. We can rely upon the child properly to evaluate truthfulness if our own conduct in truth telling is above reproach. At the same time that he learns that it is generally good to tell the truth, he can learn also that we do not tell the truth when it will make someone unnecessarily uhhappy; that it is often perhaps better to evade than to answer a direct question truthfully. Such training cultivates the spirit of truth telling, while it offers an explanation of those inconsistencies in the conduct of his elders which must inevitably attract the attention of even the -least observant child. · : Make Yourself Independent Is Advice to Wife By VIRGINIA LEE "DEAR MISS LEE: I have been married 37 years. All my married life my husband hns gone with other women. He gives me barely enough to live on, no clothes, or anything of interest in my life. "I have a grown son who doesn't approve of his father's ways. Please advise me what to do. "A. L. K." Of course the answer depends largely oh yourself. If you can malw your own way, 1 cannot see wliy you stay in such a humiliating situation, when you would be happier earning your own living and thus getting the things of which you have been deprived during your long married life. When a man treats a woman as you say your hutrband has treated you all these years, it seema to me to clearly prove that he doesn't caro much for her, and only gives her what he hns to because he must. That makes a very humiliating position for a woman, and you surely have every right to step out and become a self-supporting and self-respecting human being, not beholden to anyone for your living and pleasures. Can you keep house well, cook, bake, sew, etc? Even in times when outside jobs are hard to get, housekeeping jobs may be. obtained. You do not say whether your son is married qr not, but even if he is not, and was willing to support you, unless he needs you to keep hou.su for him, it would be well to try to take care of yourself, for sooner ni Inter he will want to marry and you won't want to be a burden on him. HELEN P. L.: No, don't leave home. Talk earnestly to your mother and tell her that you feel you are too old a girl to be spanked and that it humiliates .you. Then sec what you can do to please her, and remember the little errands she ask.-, you to do. Aa you grow older she .will doubtless give you more freedom. · · If things do not change for the better, in spite of all you can do, remember that in two more years you will be of age. nnd'(hen maybe you can leave home and be free to do ninny things you can't do now. DOUBTFUL: Keep on encouraging the boy with your smiles, Poubtfui. If he hasn't got spunk enough to ask you for a date or "admit his love," as you put it, he doesn't deserve to have a girl fiien;: * * * NUN: Will you send me u stamped, self-addressed envelope for the information you require, please? CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Monday--Wa-Tan-Ye club members meet at the Lions cafe for dinner and business meeting. Progress club meets at the home of Mrs. C. E. Geist, South Second street. St. Margaret's Guild has luncheon at the home of Mrs. John Cole, North Third street. Library Reading club dinner party with guests at the home of Mrs. A. C. Runcie. Tuesday--P. E. O. dinner at the home of Mrs. George E. Frost, North Fourth street. W. R. C. annual bean supper at the I. O. O. F. hall. Wednesday--Clear Lake Co-operative Livestock Shipping association has annual meeting at Methodist church. Dinner served at noon. Frances, Willard silver tea sponsored by the W. C. T. U. at the home of Mrs. C. A. Khutson, North Third street. Eastern Star supper in the Masonic temple at 6 o'clock. Lions club meets at the Lions cafe. Wa-Tan-Ye benefit bridge party at the library assembly rooms. Quadrangular declamatory contest at the high school. .Thursday^Twentleth'. Century ;' club meets : ut the home of Mrs. F. P. Walker, North Second street. Rotary club meets at noon at the I. O. O. F. hall. Crescent club meets at the home of Mrs. W. W. Choate, North Third street. Zion Lutheran father arid son banquet at the church. Methodist picnic supper in the church basement at 6 o'clock. Sorosis club meets at the homo of Mrs. E. B. Stillman. Nortli Third street. Friday--Clear Lake vs. Forest City high school basketball at the Community building. Sophomores Lead in Interclass Tourney CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 14.--Tlio sophomores of the high school are stealing the lead in the intramural cage contest which is held two nig-hts each week. This week's games resulted in a small victory for the sophs over the freshmen, C to 4; victory,for the juniors ovov the freshmen. IB to 10, victory for sophomnres over juniors, 10 to '}; ,nnd a victory for the seniors over the freshmen. % to 7. The last tilt between the Frosh and the seniors was won by the upper classmen toy three throws, having scored six and one goal. The frcshies totaled three goals and one gift shot. The lineups: Senior, Nelson, Coo, Hughes, Gioscio, Tice, Dawson and Cookman; juniors, Williams, Brooks, Adams, Chapman, Phillips, wick and Druley; sophomores, Beedle. Beiber, Lane, Beckett, and Winnio; freshmen, DeWiggins, Proctor, Es- terpard, Huey, Miller, Martin and Vick. Mercury Tumbles to low in Karbin ^ HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor , Residence Phono 840W_. OFFICE PHONE No. 230 LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation nnd Advertising Residence Phone G7 LAKE TEAMS WIN TWO FROM OSAGE Jensen, Vcrnon and Pettit Are Scoring Aces for ' - First Teams. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 14.--The Clear Lake cagers scored the second win of the season on Osage Friday night at the loca! court. Both the first and second teams won by big margins. The Lions took' the lead in the first half by piling up 13 points to the opponents 7. The final score was 2D to 19. The local resex'ves crashed thru with a 8 to 4 lead in the first half and held them to an additional free throw during the last half. The locals chalked up 15. Pribbenow. at center tossed in three goals and Callanan followed with two goals and a gift shot. Indra., Osage, was individual point winner for Osage. Joe Jensen, Hanna, Big and Vernon all pliiyed good games for the locals. Vernon, guard, was high man with 9. Jensen was runner with 4 field goals. Pettit, Osajfe forward, scored 6 points. CLEAR LAKE--29 FG FT PF J. Jensen, 4 0 4 Bigg, - f 3 0 0 Garlock, c 0 1 2 Vernon, g 3 3 0 Hanna, g 3 I S Totals 12 5 9 Substitutions: Petorson for Jcn- son, Pribbenow for Peterson. OSAGE--19 FG FT PF Stearns, f 2 I 0 Pettit, f S 0 1 Niiden, c 0 1 2 Larson, g 0 0 t Casey, g- I 0 S Mork, c · I . 3 Totitls ., 18 3 10 CLEAR LAKE SECONDS--15 FG FT PF Cullaniin, f 2' 1 0 Peterson, f r 1 0 1 Bichqr, f ..". 0 0 0 Pribbenow, c 3 0 2 Anderson, g 0 0 1 Lnick, g t 0 1. Totals ^ 1 5 OSAGE SECONDS--5 F« FT PF Hogan, f 0 (\ Z Diaz, J . . 0 1) I Indrn, o. 2 0 0 Bailey, g 0 1 0 Solace, g 0 0 1 /Totals .-.; ...V. .. i : a 1 4 f Substitutions:^ Biriim, McyeK ·". CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS HARBIN, Manchuria,-Feb. 14. UP) --With the mercury falling as low as 45 degrees below zero, this city is experiencing one of the coldest winters in many years. More than 1,000 persons'have frozen to death on the streets. x LB Tttars Girl in Accident SIOUX CITY, Feb. 14. (.ft-bather Reynolds, 21, Le Mars, was seriously injured when the car in which she was riding with R. Whitmer, 32, Sioux City, and Joe Lotz, Remsen, overturned in a ditch near Hinton, seven miles north of -'iere. Physicians said the girl's skull might be fractured. MR. AND MRS. GILBERT ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gilbert, 1012 First street northeast, entertained at a Valentine bridge party at their home Friday evening. High score bridge was played at eight tables and high score prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs, W. D. Brumgarcl and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McDougril. Automatic free »ir service. Drive ih. .DeBruyn Super Service. 'Mrs. Lcita Clausen is spending several'days with friends at Clarion. Soila Grill, Clear Luke, noon lunches 35c, evening meals 40c and 50c. Hnusegucsts of Mr. and HIrn. F. B. Gonser this week were Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Bennett, Omalia. Special prices on valve grinding during month of February. See us. DeVyilde and Bistline at DeBruyn Super Service. Mr. ami Mrs. O. T. Bnliunt left Saturday morning for Los Angeles, Cai., where they plan to remain for about a month. ftlr. anil Mrs. S:im Met/, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Homer have spent the past week In - Minneapolis, Minn., transacting business. Mr. and Mrs. Homer plan to return to Clear Lake Sunday. George Gri^g* bus returned to hi home on Clear Lake nff.er spending the ..winter in the. west. He .spent some time in the Sacramento valley, Cnlif., goose hunting and made stops in Wyoming and Utah. Mr. Griggs operates the fish market on the north shore. , Mrs. Gcorgo Sheridan accompanied her daughter, Margaret, to Chicago where they will spend a short time visiting at the home of Mrs. Sheridan's parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. A. P. Johnson. Tho Andrew Jensen BO acre farm south of Clear Lake has been purchased by John Osness. The Jensen family plans to vacate in the near future. Mrs. F. L. Colfpin nnd Mrs. S. R. Bird were called to Conrad Friday by the -serious condition of their mother, Mrs. C. D. Fredricks. Mrs. Colgan returned Friday night leaving her mother in a critical condition. Mrs. Bird remained for a longer stay. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tliamas spent Thursday .and Friday at Ames, where Mr. Thomas attended the short course for buttermakers. They also attended the banquet Thursday evening. "REDUCING" AT PARK OLEAK LAKE, Fell. 14.--Marie Drivjsler and ,1'olly Moran reach their height in comical situation :uu! nelinp; in' the production, "Reducing," which comes to the Park theater Sunday iiftornoon for ii two any engagement. Willard Tea to Be Given Changes P!a«e of Meeting. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 14.--.The Rural W. C. T. U. has postponed the place of meeting Tuesday from the Charles Wolford home to that of Mrs. Ralph Bowers. Mrs. H. H. Summers will be co-hostess. The regular picnic luncheon will be served at noon. Egg Raising Cost Down AMES, Feb. 14. UP)--The Iowa State college extension service reported that poultry on the Calendar record in January cost 11 cents each in expenses as against 2-5 cents each In January, 1930. llrds in the flock have produced 22.4 eggs each since November, however, compared to 14.2 last year. by W.G.T.U. C l u b s Enliven Pre-Lenten Season With Dinner Programs. CLEAR LAKE, Feb.'14.--The nn- nunl Frances Willm-cl'memorial program' sponsored by the Women's Christian Temperance union will take the form of a silver tea this year. It will be held at the home of Mrs. C. A. Knutson on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. L. S. Dorchester, who has charge of the program, lias procured a number of talks by local women concerning this phase of the union's work. Mrs. F. A. Barber will talk on the subject, "The Crossing of the Pacific Helped by the Willard Dollar." This will fully explain one place where the Willard fund is used in the West Indies. Mrs. E. E. Chappcll has for her topic, "The American Association Against Prohibition Amendment." Mrs. C. A. Khutson will'talk of "The Need of Supported Prohibition." .Mrs. Dorchester will' talk; of Frances Willard's organization work of W. C T. TJ., in 1883. Mrs. C. A. Pense and Mrs. :F.-M-. Humphrey, Mason City, will sing_ solos. Mrs. Runcie Is Hostess. A, group of study clubs have scheduled social, functions during: this Prc-Lenten season. The Library Rending club have the annual guest niglit together with a dinner at the homo of Mrs. A. C. Runcie Monday evening. Assisting: in the dinner nnd decorating committee are 'Mrs. T. J. Digvs. Mrs. F. Grimm and Mrs. P. L. Poarsnll, Mrs. A. N. Anderson. Mrs. F. A. Barber nnd Mrs. F. W. Triplet are in charge of the program. One of the three yearly dinners of the P. E. O. chapter fall on Tuesday of this week at the home of Mrs. G. E. Frost. Assisting hftst- ens~es are Mrs. A. M. Ingersoll, Mrs. W. D. Bigg, Mrs.. .T.\R. Tumbleson, Mrs. A. B. Phillips, Mrs. R. C. Ingersol and Mrs. Mabie Newcomer. Payment of state dues will be made at this meeting. The monthly dinner of the Order of the Eastern Star is scheduled for WedncHclnv evening- at the Masonic Temple. The dinner committee is composed of .Mr. and Mrs.' Arthur Johnson, Mr. nnrl Mrs. F. W. Triplett, Mr. ami Mrs. H. W. Knutson, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Ashlnml, Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Phillips, Mrs. Gertrude Hayden, Mrs. J. E. Sawyer, Mrs. W. A. Drew, Mrs. A. M. Olingcr and Mrs. S. A. Buffington. Postpone P. T. A. Meet. Mcnibers of the Crescent club will be guests of Mrs. W. W. Choate Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ira W. Jones will give the lesson on Thomas Liplon. Mrs. L. E. Ashland is the lesson leader of the Progress club Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. E. Sondrol. Mrs. W. C. Carroll, Mrs. R. C. In- q:ersol. and Mrs. Leita Clausen arc lesson leaders of varied subjects for the.Twentieth Century club. Mrs. F. P. VVnlker is hostess to this group on Thursday. Sorosis club members meet at the home of Mrs. E. B. Stiliman Thursday for a study of the books of Ruth and Esther of the Bible. A discussion of them will be led by Mrs. A. G. Pribbenow and Mrs. T. L. King. The regular Parent-Teachers meeting which was scheduled to meet this week will be postponed to a later date, according to Mrs. D. F. Bycrs, president. Plans are being made for a evening gathering of social nature at this time. Have Lincoln Feature. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 14. --A special Lincoln feature will be a part of the Sunday evening service of the Methodist church. A group of young people will present a pageant of Civil war clays and special music, both solo nnd community singing of Civil war music will be presented. Miss Dorothy von Berg. 221 North Georgia, l e f t Saturday morning for Minneapolis where ."he will spent! the week-end with friends. Students and Faculty Unite for Excellent Program of Music. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 14.--About 85 persons attended the Girl Reserve musicale held at the high school Friday afternoon. A total close to 521 was netted on this af-. "air, which was planned by Mfaa Dorothy Drew, president of the organization, and the sponsors, Miss Mildred HalJowell and Miss Mul- lown.- · All selections were given by jupils or teachers in the school. A leuture of the program was a pianolog: with Helen Wurlxer at the piano and Dorothy Drew giving- a reading, "In An Old Fashioned 3nrdcn." Virginia MeVicker and Lillian Alter took pantomime roles o£ grandmother and the grandchild. A. group of seven little tots from the kindergarten and first grade were attired as flowers. They wer. .loan Stevenson, Marcia Jean Ash land, Rosemario Woodstock, Naid! Lee, Patty Peterson, Florence Pik and Corinne Sandry. Clifford Vik, a freshman studen sang "Sylvia." David McCulley science' instructor of the liig- school, sang "The Perfect Day. John Kopecky presented a violin selection, "The Spanish Dance, and Miss Frances White gave f cornet solo, ."Auld Lang- Syne," witl variations. Supt. C. A. Pease sang"Lassie O' Mine." Frances Ptitmar sang the selection "Trees." Dorothy Beal sang "Waters of Minnetonka' nnd Katliryn Joslyn sang "Out of the Dusk, in the .second group of 'songs. The girls' sextet, composed of Dorothy Beal, Gladys Lomcn, Helen Wurtzer, Ruth Peterson, Virginia VIcVicker and Miriam Brager, sang 'Absence." An orchestra called the Lion Tamers presented several selections at the start of the program. The members played "On the Royal Highway" ana "The Scarf Dance. 1 The guesls were served tea ii VTrs. Huntting's classroom. Char- .ottc Ames, Marlys Knutson, May Davis, Jayce Lambert, R u t h Peter sou and Thelma McKibben offi ciiitcd nt the tea tables. Debate Is Featured at Lake Farm Bureau CLEAR LAKE, Feb. M.--Till Lake township Farm Bureau which was scheduled to meet Wednesday, Feb. 18 has been postponed u n t i l Friday to meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmoll. An all day meeting is to be held, to which each family brings sandwiches and covered dish. The address of the day is to be Riven by the Rev. W. B. Milne. A debate, "Resolved: the young folks of 18f)0 had more fun than tho youn.c: folks of today," will prove to be interesting with -.mother and son debating, the question. Mrs. Norman Nelson nnd George ^ ridan are affirmative speakers and Miss Annie Baker and Gordon Nolson are ncga- tivn speakers. Music will be presented by George Kntz and C. H. Scars. Mrs. Norman Nelson and Mabel Rushia will give n report of the Farm and Home "week held at Ames recently. Mrs. Fred Lewis, Miss Esther Tesene and Mrs. Robert Fnrleigh are the committee in charge. PARK THEATER! Clear Lake Saturday Only EYES OF THE WORLD" ^ Rin Tin Tin Serial | Sunday--Monday Heavyweight Laiicli Show! 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