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tl FEBRUARY 21 1D31 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NEXT WEEK'S SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY ir: . a v f l I a ! i'i a}' b.i XT. CK t. club-.. 1:15 o'clock, Mrs. Mer! Sims, 112 Madison avenue northwest, assisted by Mrs. H. E. Cunningham, lesson, Mrs. Frank Pearce, Mrs. B. Raymond Weston. Monday club--· 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. G- S. C. Andrick, 222 Kentucky avenue southeast, current events, Mrs. R. F. Clough, Atlantic Monthly, Mrs. Alice-Brown. Chfmtauqua club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Sarah Sharp, 701 East State street, topics, Mrs. C. F. Bull and group 1, "Great American Books," Mrs. W, V. Lor, ing. Occident club-'2:30 o'clock, Mrs. C. J. Delaney, 524 Sixth street southeast, "Women In Art," Mrs. A. B. DeVoe. Midland club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. S. Kuppinger, 807 North Federal avenue, Mrs. S. A. Stevenson, leader. EpsIIon Sigma. Alpha-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Maude Wepler, 19 Jefferson avenue southwest, meeting followed by bridge. Wa-Tan-Ye-6:30 o'clock, Miss Bertha Gould, 801 Washing-ton avenue northwestern, dinner. Presbyterian Guild--'· 6:30 o'clock, church, pot luck supper followed by musical at 8:15 o'clock with Mrs. Raymond James, Rhepn Woodward and the instrumental trio on the program. Mrs. Harlan MacMlllan, Mrs. H. K. Jones, chairmen. M. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Ladies of the Orient-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, Valentine costume party, refreshments, Drama Shop Players-8 o'clock, Drama Shop. Security Benefit Association-7:45 o'clock, courthouse assembly L. D. K.-8 o'clock, Trinity Lutheran church Myrtle and Hulda HolmUmd, hostesses. Maria. Mitchell club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. D. Nichols 204 Seventh street northwest · '"March of Commerce," Mrs. R., B Irons. Joyce Klllmer club-Home Tea room, Frances Gleason Inez Walsh, hostesses; lesson, Lucile Nolan, Cleo Gorman. TUESDAY Pan-Hellenic association-1 o'clock, Mrs. B. G. Ilgenfritz K.,,.., 320 East 'State street. "' V rriscilla club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Ben Hendrickson 110 Twentieth street southeast Mrs. George and Mrs. Henry Smith, hostesses. ^.W.omen's Relief corps-- .f v 2:30 o'clock, courthouse assembly '«-*% dub-s. Ralph Lloyd Jones, 1104 Sec W ,tc'i ' in,- m-' ft 3:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., talk bj .", Dr. LeRoy Arnold. . 1 High School Mothers Music club-2 o'clock, high school. ,,, Alchor. Shrine-- ·"' .6:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, din '" ner with Mrs. A. R. Lenz, chair man, initiation at 8 o'clock. T. N. T.-6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Milwaukee-Women's club-7:30 o'clock, clubrooms, progran ; and election of officers. 1-Women of Mooseheart Legion-7:46 o'clock, Eagles hall, can | · party, baptist X-adles aid-7:30 o'clock, church, "Chines » Legend In Song" sponsored b; f division R. WEDNESDAY Boole Review department-12 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., review b: Dr. Verblanck B. Magdick. Quoen of Clubs-1 o'clock, Bee's tearoom, 919 Not! Federal avenue, Mrs. Mark Harp ster, Mrs. Don Wells, hostesses. Auction Bridge club-Postponed. Economy circle-2 o'clock, Mrs. Jack Lester, 92 Fifteenth place northeast. · Soda! Hour club-Mrs. Ralph Dunn. a M. B. A.-8 o'clock, Eagles hall. THURSDAY Athenian duly-Mrs. John Senneff, 9 Beaumon drive, topics, group three, "Amei ican Drama today," Mrs. S. C Deyoe. Cce Dee Bridge club-2 o'clock, Mrs. M. M. Carroll, 32 West street. N. D. Bridge club-2 o'clock, Mrs. Anna Bell, 410 W State street. Sorosls club-Mra. T. H. Stetler, 911 Delawar avenue northeast, tea. History club-Mrs. Earl Hall, 22 River Heights Mra. Tracy Stevens, lesson. I,. U. O. A.-- · Mrs. Carl Hansen. Internes club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Wayn McGowan. Tusalata-- 6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Hum Dubble class-7:30 o'clock, First Baptist church Mr. and Mra. Hugh Magner i charge. Garfield Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, school. G. F. S. Seniors-7:30 o'clock, Paris hall, with Mis Caroline Averlll of New York G. F. S. field secretary. FRIDAY Harmony Guild-1:15 o ' c l o c k , Congregationa church, Mrs. J. W. Lorenz, Mrs C. B. Tlce, Mra. Charles Cook Mra. R. Henderson, "hostesses. Christian Workers divisions-1--1 o'clock, Mrs. A. J. Murra., 622 Delaware avenue northeast. 2--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. A. MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE' 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PERFECT FOUNDATION GARMENT Pattern 2114 Underthings must be as skillfully esigned as frocks, since a well flt- ed dress may be utterly ruined by wrinkled and old fashioned slip, 'he model shown today is seamed and moulded to 'the figure above he hips. The graceful flare, so ecessary under spring and summer rocks, Is added well below the hip- ine. Pattern 2114 is lovely made f crepe de chine, wash satin or a ine cotton fabric In white, flesh, ea-rose or pink. May be obtained only in sizes 16, 8, 20, 34, 35, 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 equires 2% yards of 39.inch ma- erial. No dressmaking experience is necessary to make this model with ur pattern. Yardage for every size, and simple, exact instructions are liven. Sent 15 cents in coins or stamps coins preferred), for each pattern. Vrlte plainly your name, addrees and style number. Be sure to state, size wanted. The new . spring and summer 'ashion book is now ready. It features an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports and house dresses, ingerie, pajamas and kiddies' clones. Price of book, 15 cents.- Book with : pattern;' 25 cents. Ad- iress all mail and orderslo Globe- azette Pattern''department, 243 West 17th Street, New York City. Height, 230 First street northeast. 3 and 8--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. H. Neal, 1012 Elm drive. 4--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Shannon Kollman, 501 Jersey, avenue southeast. 5--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Albert Zack, 1022 Fourth street south\vest. 6--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Earl Smith, 27 Sixth street northwest. 7--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Lloyd Atkinson, 802 Monroe avenue northwest. First Methodist divisions-1--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. C. H. Major, 102 Twelfth street northwest. 2--1 o'clock, Mrs. S. A. Watts, 424 Nihth street northwest. 3--1 o'clock, Mrs. T. E. David- sofi,-- 304 Jefferson avenue northwest. 4--1 o'clock, church for luncheon. 5--1:15 o'clock, Mrs. G. L. Wona- maker, 1017 Third street southwest. 6--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E. Hendrickson, 21 River heights. 7--1 o'clock, Miti. G. S. C. Andrick, 222 Kentucky avenue ' -- southeast.*' ' . . . . " ." ~'S--1 o'clock. Mrs. Ear) Learnan, 730 Fifteenth street northeast. 9--2:30 o'clock, Mrs.,Frank Kinhart, 946 Delaware avenue northeast. 10--2:30 o'clock, Mrs. Harold Drcher, 302 Fifteenth street southeast. Music, department-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. B. L Bright, 1104 West State street. Trinity Ladles aid-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. Warner, Mrs. H. A. Herrick, Mrs. J. " I. Wilt, hostesses. Baptist Ladies aid-Mrs. J. W. Wiley's division with Mrs. Asa Briar, 226 Seventh street northeast. 0. F. S. Candidates-4:15 o'clock, pariah house. Lucliy LIndy club-Mr. and Mrs. George Borcher with Jim O'Rourke and Justus Borcher, hosts. Presbyterian Yo:mfr People-7:30 o'clock, church, carnival. Daughters of Union Veterans-7:45 o'clock, courthouse assembly. MnKintay Children's Piny-7:30 at school. SATURDAY I'ansy Junior Woodman circle-2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas Invited. C.W.Parker Gives Talk on Liberia Grant P. T. A. Observes .Founders' Day at Meeting. The Rev. G. W. Parker spoke on "Liberia" at the meeting of the Grant Parents and Teachers Friday evening at the school. The Rev. Mr. Parker taught in the United Lutheran school in Liberia. The school has 125 boys representing seven tribes. He spoke of the resources of the country which has been developed for the educated Negro. The government is controlled by Negroes from the United States and is patterned after the United States government. The P. T. A. was observing its twentieth birthday and the anniversary of the national Congress of Parents ana Teachers. A history of the National P. T. A., was given by Mrs. John Leonard, and Mrs. Max Rhode. Mrs. O. Clemans led the service of lighting the birthday cake and eight past presidents participated in the ceremony. They included Mrs. T. A. Wheaton, Mrs. J. C. Nugent, Mrs. T. Fatland, Mrs. T. A. Kehm, Miss Blanche Goudy, Mrs. W. A. Sinnott, Mrs. Louis Walter and Mrs. A. E. Olson. Mrs. B. Boyd, a charter member were among those present. Mrs. Fred McCloud, the acting president, closed the exercises with a brief talk. There, was music by the sixth grade sextet and several vocal"numbers by the Misses Banks. Ida Roseland, the secretary, read the national president's letter. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Roy Smith, Mrs. Elsie Slock, Mra. Anna McBride, Mrs. Chris Hnnsen and Mrs. J. Read. Lake HELEN HBNDKICKS News Editor Residence Phone 340W OFFICE PHONE Phone 23!) LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phono 67 Bits About 'em LAKE LIONS BOW TO FOREST CITY Local Reserves Win 7 to 8; Kloster and Indivick Are Stars. CLEAR LAKB, Feb. 21.--The lear Lake Lions lost to Forest ity Friday night in the last period f play by a score of 20 to 11. At he half the Lakers led 9 to G. The ocal reserves eked .a victory from le Forest City sconds during the alter half of the encounter, topping he score at 8 to 7. No substitutions were used in the irst team game, the first team neup playing tha" entire game. No ne player was outstanding in scor- ng altho Hanna and J. Jensen layed good, games. Indivick and Hosier were high point men for the pponents each netting seven and 'x. Bieber played well at forward for lear Lake reserves. Christenseu, "orest City, was high scorer. !. L. RESERVES--8 FG FT VI' Peterson 0 0 I) Sicber .2 0 0 Callanan 1 1 ribbeno\y . . . . . 0 0, Vnderson' -.,...o 0 .ulclc . . . . : . . . " . . . 0 0 jr. Jen.seu o \ AT THE HOSPITALS By Mrs. E. E. Hunter" Sacrilegious (Sak-ri-le-jus) is often mispronounced because most people have not noticed that the last part of- the word does not spell religious. The E makes the difference and it is pronounced E, and long at that, just as you say it in eat. Look it up if you don't believe MRS. HAROLD WOLF HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. Harold Wolf was honored at a housewarming given by a group of neighbors at her new home, 410 Madison avenue northwest Friday afternoon. The time was spent informally. PARTY IS HELD IN AFTERNOON Mrs. H. A. Morphew, 654 Eleventh street northeast, assisted by Mrs. Robert Grant, entertained 19 children at a birthday party Friday afternoon at her home in honor of her granddaughter. Viola Irene, who was celebrating her sixth birthday. Games were played and refreshments served. Swearing in Pennsylvania ia punishable by a fine of 65 cents a word, so, you see, it costs the unhappy Pennsylvania about $0 to mash his thumb. -- Macon (Ga.) Telegraph. · Mrs. W. E. Gildner, 217 Fifth street northwest, has left for Iowa City where she will visit her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Hageboeck. * * « George Barrett, Roger Patton, Stanley MacPeak, and Archie Peterson have left by plane for St. Louis, Mo., to attend the Curtis-Wright dealers' meeting, being- held at the Jefferson hotel. « * * Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Bailey, 1010 First street southwest, left Saturday morning for a two weeks' motor trip thru the south. They plan to go as far as Asheville, N. Car., visiting at Seymour, Ind., and Cincinnati, Ohio, on their return trip. * *. * ...-·-. MisS Helene Bright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Bright; 1Q04 West State street, has arrived home from Spencer to visit her parents over the week-end. * * * Mrs. W. O. Prescott of Plymouth, is visiting at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. K. K. Prescott, 228 West State street, who is seriously ill. * * * Mias Marie Manusos, 118 Aladison avenue northwest, left- Friday night for Evnnston, 111., where she will visit over Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Elliott and Miss Helen Potter. * * * Miss Violet Sweiger, 605 Delaware avenue northeast, left Friday evening for Chicago where she will spend the week-end with her sister, Miss Anno. Mae Sweiger. * * * Mrs. Rena Quackenbush, Los Angeles, Cal., arrived in Mason City recently for an extended visit. Mrs. Quackenbuah is a former resident of Mason City. * * * Mrs. William Nutting, 1015 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, left Friday afternoon for Montreal, Canada, where she will visit for a month with her daughter Mrs I H. Wahrcr. ' ' * * * "Mrs. H. H. Decker, 310 Georgia avenue northeast, and Mrs. T. Cook have gone to Chicago where they will visit with relatives until Tuesday. * * * Don Lawson, Fort Dodge, arrived Saturday to spend the week-end in Mason City and visit Mrs. Lawson, who is' ill in the Park hospital. * * * Miss Helen Vermilya, 207 1 /. North Federal avenue, Miss Evelyn Ikenberry, 1002 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, and Misses Frances and Margaret Downing, 22 Adams avenue northwest, are spending the week-end in Minneapolis w i t h friends. * * * Mrs. C. C. Griffin, Jr., Vinton has returned to her home after visiting at the Curtis Amen home, 214 West State street. * * * Bob Bost, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bost, 322 Carolina avenue southeast, Is spending the week-end at the home of his parents. Mr. Bost is a student at the University of Minnesota, * * i: Mrs. George Harrer, 1!3 Crescent drive, has left for Chicag-o where she will visit until Monday. * * * Don Warfleld, student at the University of Iowa, arrived Friday evening- to spend the week-end with hln parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E Warfiekl, 230 Third street northeast. He has as his guest, Cllne Greer of Ottumwa. * * * Fritz Beck, 24 Eleventh street northeast, is visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Allan Beck, over the w^eek-end. Mr. Beck is a University of Iowa student. L. E. Brady, 6 Eighteenth street southeast, was admitted to Park hospital for a major operation Friday. Helen Rouch, 120 West State street, was admitted to Metcy hospital for treatment Friday. Mrs. E. E. Taylor, Kensett, was admitted to Mercy hospital foi treatment Friday. Claude Lantz, 30Vi First stree southeast, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Friday. C. D. Sheplor, 1212 Monroe avenue northwest, was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Friday Mrs. · John Odden, Forest City was admitted tp Park hospital to a minor operation Friday. · D. Kinfella, 224 Twelfth stree southeast, .was admitted to Mercj hospital foir. a.;ma]Qr. operation Fi day. .. ,-,, ' ":··.'·, y'.. ...;::..! p/.;J, '' : . O. K. Brims void, Harilontown was admitted to Mercy hospital fo treatment Friday. John W. Siberz, Des Moines, was admitted to Mercy hospital fo: treatment Friday. Marlin Johnson, Lake Mills, who has been at Mercy hospital for a major operation,, was dismisses Friday. Miss Thelma Farmer, 35G Kirl apartments, who underwent a mo. jor operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Friday. Jack Woisnak, Clear Lake, who underwent a minor operation a Park hospital, was dismissed Fri day. George W. Ford, 9-10 East Stat street, who has been at Park hos pital for examination and treat ment, was dismissed Friday. . Mercer Richter, Garner, lef Mercy hospital Friday following a minor operation. Mrs. Alvin Neuhring, 944 Nlntr street southeast, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Friday follow ing treatment. Northwest Lincoln Township Women Have Home Project Meeting The follow-up meeting on lesso_ four, "Standards for Judging Cook cd Foods" for northwest Lincol township, district No. 7, Miss Lll Winter, leader; district No. 2, Mrs Alta Phillips, leader, and distric No. 4, Mrs. Bella Shields, leader was held at the home of Mrs. Jame White in district No. 7, Thursday A balanced meal was prepare and served to the 15 present. "Stan dards of Cooked Foods" was dia cussed. The next combined mecl ing will be held at the home of Mra Frank Pierce in district No. 4, th date to be announced later. Th lesson on "Feeding the Sick" wi be discussed. Automobiles Collide at Street Intersection The automobiles driven by Henr Ekborg-, 27 Twenty-first .stree poutheast, and Hurbort Sfewert.-ien rural, collided at the corner of Sixt street and South Federal avenu Friday evening. Ekborg was clrivin north on Federal avenue an Siewertsen was coming from th west. No one was injured. HJ. Vasicek to Take Exam for Guard Commissio A notice was received Friday b Corp. Karl V. Vasicek of Compan H, 133d infantry, Iowa Nation guard, to take an examination i Des Moines March 2 for a commi. slon as first lieutenant. He will fi the vacancy caused by the re.ilg nation of Lieut. Charles L. Wag ner If he passes the examinatlo successfully. TOTALS 3 2 ( '. C. RESERVES--7 FG FT l'I ihrlstuiisen. 0 8 f "incUnoy 0 0 I Olscui 0 0 C Mokelsfart -..'.. .0 0 iollsinget 0 0 ""·t 2 0 Thompson o 0 McGwire 0 0 TOTALS S CLEAR LAKE--11 FG FT PI Tensen . .. : 1 1 X 1 0 Garlock 0 0 [{anna , 1 1 Vernon .1 1 TOTALS 4 3 FOREST CITY--20 FG FT IT Klostor B 0 Indivick .8 1 George . 2 fl Hanna 0 1 Peterson 1. o Brmyn o .0 TOTALS^ Clear Lake Briefs Economy often- proves io bo ex travagance. Get the best in dr cleaning at Neal--The Cleaners. \V. J. Nasilingor nncj A. B. HI gert -left' today to spend the weeli end with their families in. Minne apolis. They are experts employe on the interior finishing of the Ja E. Decker home. Lyons Laundry Service availabl thru your local cleaner. Neal Th Cleaner. Ernest Anderson was culled I Rochester, Minn., by the illness o his brother, Bernhard Anderson 214 North Second street, who is re ceiving medical treatment at th Mayo hospital. Kut your Washington Itlrthdn dinner at Clear Lake Country chit Mr. and Mrs. Will Dlcbler, Ka nawha, spent Friday at the horn of their son, Art Diebler, Sout Fourth street. For Kent--7-rni. mod. house, ne\ garage. Ph. 453W. Mrs. Italpli Ott, who luis btc confined to a hospital in DC Mcincs, returned to her home i Clear Lake Friday evening. Sh rested well during the night an physicians state her condition much Improved. Spring- opening, Feb. 25 and Peter Pan Shop. A group of 12 women staged surprise party for Mrs. Fay Maso Friday evening in honor of he birthday. Refreshments were serve during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Sears an daughter, Betty left this mornin for Perry where they will spend th week-end. George. Sheridan returned Thur* day from Minneapolis where he attended a hardware convention. Mrs. Clotilda t'hllllnpc is spending the week-end at the home of Miss Louise Barton, principal of the Lincoln junior high, Mason City. A. D. Klein South second, la expected to return Saturday night from a business trip in Minnesota. Mrs. Klein is visiting friends this week in Chamberlin, S- Dak. Mrs. Grace Fisk left this morning for Highmore, S. Dnk., to be the houseguost of her sister, Mrs. Rastus Cornell. Miss Alleen VVitmer nnd Miss Marianna Frost left Friday night for Chicago where they will spend the week-end at the home of Mfsa Witmer's sister. Miss Orn Pierce, a teacher in the schools of Ireton, is spending the week-end in Clear Lake. She came because of the illnes of her a u n t , ·Mrs. Charles Barlow. CLARA BOW AT PARK SCHOOL NURSE BEGINS WORK Inspection of Teeth, Sight, Hearing Covered in Health Survey. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 21.--Health inspections under the direction of Miss Hilkea Jacobs, school nurse, are progressing rapidly at the Lincoln school building. She arrived in Clear Lake two weeks ago and started the work in the grades. Inspections of the teeth, hearing, vision, height and weight and the general body condition are included in the work of Miss Jacobs. A plan established by the bureau of hygiene, State University of Iowa, Is being- adopted in this oity. It is Hint of giving the child yellow cards asking the parents to send the child to the familv dentist for j . i , , .11 1.1 i, m u i i i . *.., 11 n l l . - « * i l l i i - l l » - l ,l;lll;r» J l^lvll I ll.~» I M K:ll I. I ' l j L l l i t J l l L l l l r , W i l l ! J · "» directed her previous picture, "Her · Wctfillng Night," directed "No an examination. VV hen all necessary ·- i ' . i . · · _ » o " - · n/nr-lr t « rr*rnnl nt r t f l n-f t f -Anrtn. ii? V'i, _ flLFiAR LAKK, Frli. 21.--An entlrnly new anil different atmosphere is. provided for Clnru Hoxv in lier latest picture--"No Limit" which oomp.i to fho PnrJc t h r n ^ n r Snmlny aftomoijti. Flerc she is Keen as un usher In a irroat mnvio paliicc. SliR attains sudilcii wealth liy » trick of fatn and by thpi same ttikt'n loses if all. She finds happiness' at the finish In ar oumntlc, If IncUlntr-in-riches readjustment. Frank Tattle, who Limit. Youths Damage Car , in Crash at Lake CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 21.--A Ford roadster containing six Mason City. ligh school students collided with a telephone pole on east Main street yridny night. The front end of the car was badly damaged and the 30St broken. None of the occupants wero hurt badly. The car was owned by Frank J. Ferris. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Monday--Progress club meets at the home of Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, South Second street. D. A. R. dinner at the Clear Lake Country club. Tuo.Hday ;-- High-Lo Bridge club at the home of Mrs. Frank Sheehy. Congregational Missionary society riieets at the home of Mrs. W. H. Rosemohd, South Second street. Wednesday--Lions club meets at the Ljons cafe at noon. O. D. O. club luncheon at the home of Mrs. L. K. Callanan. Thursday--Altrurian' club meets a the home of Mrs. Max Olson South Oak street. Rotary club meets at the I. O. O F. hall for dinner. Dance at the Clear Lake Country 'club, Lloyd: Weila playing. Klemme Couple Is Honored at Dance CLEAR LAKE, · Feb. 21.--A group of about 300 persons was en tcrtained at a reception given at the Clear Lake Country clul in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Carste:: Christians, Klemme. The couple was married several weeks ago bu will move to a farm north Klemme soon. Dancing was the evening's entertainment. The bride am bridegroom wero presented will many beautiful guests. Mrs. W. L Bennett, Mason City, sang "For You Alone." Elmer Axe, brother o the bride, Swaledale, sang "Tlu. Little Irish Girl," "Star Eyes," and "Lightning Bug." The bride was Ida Axe, Swaledale, before her marriage. "ormer Lake Man Pays Liquor Fine CLEAR LAKE, ' Feb. 21.--Wil,am Maddock, former Clear Lake esident but now of California, paid 25 and costs before Mayor W. H. Yard Friday on an intoxication harge. He was arrested by Officer O. T. Wooldridge. 'resent Comedies at Union Farm Bureau CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 21.--Union .ownship Farm Bureau boasted a ·ecord crowd at its gathering Fri!ay uight at the Lakeside church. A. program was presented which vas prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zook, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huntley and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Iillcr. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zook presented a one act play, "Aunt Betsy and the Oil Stock." Miller's orchea- .ra furnished music before the pro;ram. Bill Schaffer presented an harmonica solo. Mrs. Melvin BenI ;ave a ukelele selection, John Young a reading-, Arlene Zook a song, "Moonlight on the Colorado," Elsie Miller a reading, Harry Huntlciy a recitation and vocal nolo and a song- and tap dance by La Verne Jensen. A one act play. "The Hitching Post," was presented b y . 12 persons. The Katz orchestra presented several numbers and the men put on a stunt entitled "The Latest Sheet Music." A lunch was served by the committee. work is completed or if ilone i£ inquired, the dentist signs the card and it is returned to the teacher. A dental honor roll is held in each schoolroom. Inspects Teeth Special attention is given to the sixth year molar which makes its appearance between the fifth, and sixth year of life. Many parents neglect this tooth thinking that it Is a temporary one, whereas it is a permanent one and the keystone of the formation of the lower jaw, Miss Jacobs stated. The medical examination of children with bad teeth shows that they are often affected with diseased tonsils, abnormal adenoids, are undernourished and apt to be backward in school. Disease germs easily arc lodged in decayed teeth, causing such diseases as diphtheria, lonsilitis, and "common colds. Fill Baby Teeth It is now considered as necessary to fill baby teeth as the permanent. Twelve of the 20 baby teeth should last the child until 10 or 12 years of ago; early loss of these usually causes indigestion, malnutrition, lowered resistance to contagious disease and crooked permanent teeth. Experts slated that both, children anil ndulls must "feed their teeth" the proper kinds of foods if they expect them to be healthy, including green vegetables, milk and Mrs. Palmeter Is Lake D. A. R. Hostess CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 21.--Mrs. J. F. Palmeter will be hostess to the local chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution Monday night at the Clear Lake Country club. Following the dinner the group will adjourn lo the home of Mrs. A. I. Sondrol for the George Washington program. Banks Observe Holiday. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 21.--The banks of the city will observe George Washington's birthday Monday. fruits and less meat, potatoes bread. "Eighty-five to 95 per cent of all school chlldren-in Iowa where no dental program ;s being conducted have defective teeth," according to the Dental Hygiene, Iowa City.' '·'" Loca! room teachers arc co-operaling: with the nurse in stimulating- interest in this health-program. Miss Jacobs is recommended 'by the Iowa Tuberculosis association. ARK THEATRI? Cleiir Ijilic S A T U R D A Y "LITTLE ACCIDENT" and Rin-Tm-Tin Serial S U N O A V - B I U N D A V CLARA BOW in !i-r iiiKrriKKt sliour "NO LIMIT" Sunday Mutinci! . . 25c, lOe Mrs. Callimnn Is Hostess. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 21.--Mrs. L. K. Callanan will be hostess-to members of the O. D. O. cluh on Wednesday at her home. A luncheon will be served at noon. Assistant hostesses are Mrs. Jens Wind, Mrs. Will Blcber, Mrs. Floytl Cookman and Mrs. Clarence Peterson. in 'For Jicttcr Appliances'

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