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FEBRUARY 23 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE D. A. R. MEMBERS HAVE ANNUAL WASHINGTON PARTY 45 Present at Tea Held by Chapter "Grandmother's D r e a m , " Series of Tableux, Given. More than 45 members of the local chapter of the D. A. R. attended the annual Washington tea held Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. G. .Carlson. Many of the members came attired in colonial costume. "Grandmother's Dream," a series of tableaux, was presented under the direction of Mrs. T. H. Stetler and Mrs. W. H. Biederman. The characters included Mrs. F. M. Norris, Mrs. D. L. Mills, Mrs. Seba Vail, Mrs. Joel Hanes and her daughter, Dorothy, Miss Mollie Winter and Miss Dorothy Ransom. Mrs. Don Wells sang during the presentation. The characters, in costume, presented episodes in the life of the grandmother while she sat in her chair, dreaming. Tea was served at a table centered with a red, white and blue bouquet and lighted' red tapers. Mrs. H. C. Shipman poured, using a silver teapot dating from colonial times, the property of Mrs. Stetler, which was given to her as a wedding gift. The committee in charge included Mrs. Herbert Winter, Mrs. D. B. Barton, Miss Eva Fell, Miss Hattie Lymenstahl, Mrs. Celia Holnian, Mrs. Carlson and Mrs. Shipman. STTJDER-IZZARD. CORWITH, Feb. 23.--Miss Gladys Izzard and Wilbur Studer were married Thursday at Goldfield by the Rev. I. D. Halvorsen. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Izzard and Is a graduate of the Corwith high school. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Studer. They will make their home in Corwith and Mr. Studer will farm near town. W o r d Forum A Daily Discussion of Pro*, nvmciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas I Invited. '· By Mrs. E. E. Hunter If you notice carefully, you will Lee tjhat precedence (pre-se-dens) 'Jy divided into syllables differently than you have been dividing tt. Look to see if you have heen throwing the accent on the right syllable. The first two E's are long as in eel and the accent falls directly on the second. The last part of the word is pronounced dens with the E short as in ebb. You are probably wonder- Ing about the word, precedent. You have been pronouncing it correctly, no doubt. If you are in doubt, look it up. SIRS. CHARLES COOPER ,'HOSTESS FOR DAUGHTER i'i Mrs. Charles E. Cooper, enter' tained at a Washington party Sat- 1 urday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock in honor of her daughter, Virginia, who was celebrating 1 her eighth birthday anniversary. The guests included girls from Virginia's Sunday school class and their teacher, Mrs. Jay Lorenz, and boys from Mrs. Cooper's class. Other guests were Harold and Lula Kornbaum, Elinor Ray and Lavon Pierce. Decorations and games carried out the patriotic theme and at the close of the afternoon refreshments were served. COMMON TABLES ALT HELPS STOMACH When you get up, drinl; water with a pinch of salt. This washes out the stomach. 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Take two tiny tablets now--follow directions --and IN A DAY the four medicinal agents compounded into each HILL'S tablet will break up that cold, make you feel fine ... or dnig- gfist will refund your money. Avoid substitutes. take HILL'S MONDAY Joyce Kilmer club-Bovaird tearoom, Frances Gleason, Inez Walah, hostesses; Lucile Nolan, Cleo Gorman, lesson. Wa-Tan-Ye-6:30 o'clock, Miss Bertha Goule, 801 Washington avenue northwest, dinner. Presbyterian Guild-6:30 o'clock, potluck supper, followed by musical at 8:15 o'clock. Epsilon Slgmu Alpha-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Maude Wepler, 19 Jefferson avenue southwest, meeting followed by bridge. M. W. A.-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Security Benefit association-7:45 o'clock, courthouse assembly. Ladies of the Orient-8 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, costume party, refreshments. Dramn Shop Players-8 o'clock, Drama Shop. L. D. R.-S o'clock. Trinity Lutheran church, Myrtle and Hulda. Holmlund, hostesses. TUESDAY Pan-Hellenic association-1 o'clock, Mrs. B. G. Ilgenfritz, 320 East State street. Prjscllla- club-1 o'clock, Mrs. Ben Hendrickson, 110 Twentieth street southeast, Mrs. George and Mrs. Henry Smith, hostesses. Women's Relief corps-2:30 o'clock, courthouse assembly. Clio club-Mrs. Ralph Lloyd Jones, 110-1 Second street southwest. Driuna department-3:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., talk by Dr. LeRoy Arnold. High School Mothers Music, club-2 o'clock, high school. Alnhor Shrine-6:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, dinner With Mrs. A. R. Lenz, chairman, 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, program and election of officers. Women of Moosehenrt Legion-7:45 o'clock, Eagles hall, cnrd party. Baptist Ladies aid-7:30 o'clock, church, "Chinese Legend in Song" sponsored by division R. MR. AND MRS. CHRISTIAN HONORED AT RECEPTION Mr. and Mrs. Karsjin Christian were honored at a reception and dance given Saturday evening at the Clear Lake Country club. Their marriage took place a short time ago and Mrs. Christian will, be remembered as Ida Ax of Swaledale. There were 300 guests and a program of musical numbers was given by Mrs. W. L. Bennett and Elmer Ax. . .;. Mrs. Mamie Foley, 303 Sixth street southeast, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Sunday. ONE CENT A DAY PAYS UP TO $100 A MONTH The Postal Life Casualty Insurance Co., 3827 Moriarty Bldg., Kansas City, Mo., is offering a new accident policy that pays up to .J100 a month for 24 mouths for disability and $1,000.00 for deaths--costs less than Ic a day--53.50 a year. Over 68,000 already have this protection.- Men, women and children, ages 10 to 70, eligible. Send no money. Simply send name, address, age, beneficiary's name and relationship jon 10 days' FREE inspection. No examination is required. This offer is limited, so write them today. TWENTIETH CENTURY DINNER POSTPONED The dinner which was to have been given by the Twentieth Century club Tuesday evening at St. John's parish hall has been postponed to March 2 when it will be held at 6:45 o'clock at the same place. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO THREE COUPLES Marriage licenses have been issued to Russell E. Wood and Luana Elizabeth McDaniel and Eldon C. Boyer and Quee^n Marie Krejci of Mason City and George Saashoff of Grafton and Augusta Bork of Floyd. Charles City Men Are Bound to Grand Jury Burl Pettinget- and William Wright, both of Charles City, both waived to the grand jury when they appeared before United States commissioner Saturday afternoon. They were arrested Saturday night at Charles City by federal prohibition officers. Both men were charged with illegal transportation of liquor and Wright was charged with sale. Bonds were set at 51,000 each. Pe- tinger was released on bond but Wright is being: held in the county jail. William Druley, 12, Dies Here at Hospital William Druley, 12, son of L. L. Druley, Clear Lake, died at a local hospital Monday afternoon. He was admitted to the hospital for a major operation Sunday. Funeral ar- langements have not been completed. Bill Provides for Division of State Into Nine Districts. DBS MOINES, Feb. 23. (.W--Representative J. F. Rylander of Marshall county today introduced a bill in the house dividing Iowa into nine instead of 11 congressional districts. It is drawn in conformity with the anticipated reduction in representatives by congress. The proposed districts are: First--Appanoose, Davis, Des Moines, Henry Jefferson, Keokuk, Lee, Lucas, Mahaaha, Monroe, Van Buren and Wapello counties. Population 2T6.975. Second--Cedar, Clinton,, Jackson, Johnson, Jones, Louisa, Muscatine, Scott, and Washington counties. Population 267,714. Cerro Gordo Fourth. Third--Allamakee, Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Clayton, Delaware, Dubuque, Fayette, and Winneshiek counties. Population 276,740. Fourth -- Butler, Cerro Goido, Chickosaw, Floyd. Franklin, Hamilton, Hancock, Hardin, Howard. Mitchell, Webster, Winnebago, Worth and Wright counties. Populations 277,458. Fifth--Benton, Gruntly, Iowa. Jasper, Linn, Marshall, Marion, Poweshiek and Tama counties. Population 269,756. , Sixth -- Boone, Carroll, Greene, Polk and Story counties. Population 272,703. Kossuth in Ninth. Seventh -- Adair, Adams, Cuss Clarke, Dallas, Decatur, Fremont, Guthrie, Madlaon, Mills, Montgomery, Page, Ringgold, Taylor, Union, Warren and Wayne counties. Population 275,087. Eighth--Audubon, Crawford, Harrison, Ida, Monona, Pottawattamie, Shelby and Woodbury counties. Population 277,023. Ninth--Buena Vista , Calhoun. Cherokee, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Humboldt, Kossuth, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Plymouth, Pocahontas, Sac and Sioux counties. Population 277,183. HELEN HENDI5ICKS News Editor Residence I'hone 340VV OFFICE PHONE No. 239 LEK DEWIGGINS Circulation ami Advertising Residence I'hone 67 50 GOLDEN YEARS "I'HOTO 11V M'll.VKOK STri!- Home Music Contest Names Contestants for Sub-District "X'LEAR LAKE, Feb. 23.---Win- iers of the home music contest vhich was to be held Monday night at the High school auditorium w.'/l rater the sub-district meet March iG, 27 and 28 at Mason City. April ), 10 and 11 are the dates set for .he district contest. About 12 students participate in :hc affair tonight which is being icld in the presence of a few guests. Entrants in the soprano are Dorothy 3enl, Katliryn Joslyu, Virginia McVicker and Frances Putman. Alto soloists are Marguerite Halvorson. rlelen Nelson, Mnrlys Knutson and Lynettc Comstoclc. Stanley Wick ind Royal Hintzan have entered the .enor section and Clifford Vik and Halvor Comstoclc the baritone. CLEAR LAKE. Feb. 23.--Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Waller celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday in the midst of their children, grandchildren and 75 friends. The pair were married in Brort- head, Wia., Feb. 22, 18S1. where they resided just one year. They were botli born and reared in the small town of Springgrove, Wis. Are Entertained. Their two daughters, Mrs. T. McMahon, Garner, and Mrs. Trev Gillaspio, Lincoln, Ncbr., entertained them Sunday noon at a family dinner at the Clear Lako Country club. The party adjourned to the Waller home, 700 North street, where about 75 guests dropped in to congratulate them. Greetings and gifts were also received from persons in their old home at Brodhead, Wif. Mr. and Mrs. Waller had a number of their old possessions on display at their home. Among them were Mr. Waller's cradle and n. clock owned by Mr. Waller's grandmother. Mrs." Wnllor wore a lace collar which was ;i part of her bridal outfit T0 years ago. I'*ng:i£;c?d in Business. Upon their arrival in Clear Lake they settled on a farm fivo miles north of the lake, ;iow inhabited by II. G. Bruchncr. Fourteen years later they moved to town where they were engaged in business. For a time Mrs. Waller operated a millinery shop and later Mr. Waller owned a. variety store. He, is now cvprcKsman for the Milwaukee railroad. They were among the few who saw Ilia first streetcar arrive in Clear Lake. Out of town guests who called during the day included: Dr. and Mrs. T. McMahon, Elmer and Hazel, Garner, Thomas.and Mabel McMahon, Iowa. City; Mr. and Mi's. Trev Gillaspic and children, Donita, Bobby and Patricia, Lincoln, Nobr.; Mr. unrl Mrs. Pritchard, Garner, and Mrs. Ella Marshall, Mason City. ,, Clear Lake Briefs Spring opening, Feb. 25 and 2G. Peter Pan Shop. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Ktitscliuru, Algona, Imvc moved into their new home on Jefferson street. They bought the property last fall from the Winnie estate and are remodeling the place this spring-. Their daughter, Miss Mildred Kutachara, who teaches near Algona will spend her week-ends in Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Puttie spent Saturday and Sunday in Waterloo. Mr. Pa'clie attended a sales meeting. Mr. uiicl Sirs. Ilulph Miller, Aurora, spent the week-end at the Mr.i. Anna Phillips and Henry Marshal! homes. Tin- Miss«s Myrnu Kydson, Ruth Miller and Dolly Hyherger .spent the week-end at Des Moincs. Miss Hyberger, Mason City, visited at the home of a sister and the others were with friends. Hnus»l£ti«sls at Uiu A r t h u r l)iul- ler home, South Fourth slreel, Sunday included Miss Naomi Baldridge, Des Moines; George Baldridge, Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. Maynard Yea- hel and daughter, Amy Lou, Kanav.'ha. Chailes ,J. Ilnuistruct .spent llu: week-end with his daughter, Phyllis, who is taking nurses' training in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Drury, Vinton, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Drttry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Peterson, North Second street. Mr. Drury is athletic coach at Vinton. Bcrnlmrtlt Anderson has returned to his home, North Second street, nfler undergoing treatment in the Mayo clinic, Rochester. Kny Kobblns left for a business trip to Chicago Satin-clay evening. Dinnr-r guests at tin; A. K. I'cter- son home Sunday included Mrs. Ellis Bascombe, mother of Mrs. Peterson, Mason City; E. A. Bascombe and Mrs. Warington, St. Ansgar. Mr. and Mrs. Miirtiii Koc, Dos Moines, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Roc's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Vanoe, Rogers hotel. Mr. :iiul Mrs. Milton Olson accompanied Mrs. E. V. Sharpe and sou, Billy Joe, !o their home at Clarion, Sunday. D. Oioscio left for Chicago Saturday night on a business trip. While there he will meet Mrs. Gioscio, who has been in the city for the past month, and they will r e t u r n together about Tuesday. Streets wide enough in Boston for double parking would eliminate most of the houses, hut what do we want of houses when we have cnrs ?--Boston Trancrlpt. Tuesiiiiy--Rebekah lodge at the I. O O. F. hall. Ili-Lo Bridge club at the home of Mrs. Frank Sheeny. Congregational Missionary society meets at the home of Mrs. W. H. RoKcmond, South Third street. Clear Lake vs. Algona high school basketball at the Community building. \Vrimoscli\y--Lions clnl) meets at the Lions cafe at noon. 0. D. O. club luncheon at the homo of Mrs. L. K. Callunan. Thursday--Rotary club meets at the 1. O. O. F. hall for dinner. Dance at (he Cleat- LaUc Country club. Lloyd Walls playing. Friday--Production of minstrel show and prize play, "The Valliant" a.s community building- association benefit. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Mr. and Mrs. Pinneke Celebrate Anniversary CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 23.--Air. and Mrs. Clarence Pinncke entertained a group of friends Sunday night at their home in honor of their ninth wedding anniversary. Gue.sts were Mrs. D. W. Daly, Ireta Daly, Dorothy Daly, Jerome Slmto, Mrs. R. W. Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holmes, Joe Summers', Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson, Mason City, and Mrs. Hurry Lubi, Davenport. Five hundred was played thruout the evening high score prizes going to Mrs. D. W. Daly and Joe Summers, consolations to Tom Holmes and Mr.s. Carl Olson. The party presented Mr. and Mrs. Pinneke with a gift. Refreshments were served by the ho.s- tess. Bridge Fete Held for Clarion Woman CLEAR LAK1D, Feb. 23.--Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olson entertained a ;roup at their home on Benton treet Saturday night complimentary to their houseguest, Mrs. E. V. Sharp, Clarion. Floyd Jacobson and Mrs. L. J. Ge Somery won the prizes for high score. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Vost, Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Get-man, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Ge Somery, T. Tajari, Mason City; Miss Oreta Miuette and Floyd Jacobson, Clear Lake, and Mrs. E. V. Sharpe, Clarion. Women Study Foods. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 23.--"Standards for Judging Cooked Foods" was the topic for study at the follow-up meeting in district 4 Luke township at the- home of Mrs. Charles Findsoii. Twelve women prepared the noon luncheon. Mrs. .1. C. Norris will be the next hostess of the group. Lake Man Injured in Auto Accident CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 23.--Ronnie Gross, Clear Lake, is suffering from a fractured collar hone and broken rib which he received Saturday night in an auto accident near Garner. The Chevrolet roadster driv.en by Tom Jensen in which Mr. Gross was riding turned over two timc« when he failed to make a curve. The auto was badly damaged. Both of the occupants were thrown to the pavement, altho Jensen escaped injury. Debate Is Feature Farm Bureau Program CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 23.--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmoll were hosts to the members of the Lake township Farm Bureau Friday afternoon. A picnic dinner was served at noon followed by a business session. Ralph Carlock, township director, presided. Much interest centered around the debate, "Resolved that the young folks of 1890 had more fun' that) the young folks of today." Mrs. Charles Finclson, Mrs. B. Knutson and Shirly Stanfield, judges, decided in favor of the affirmative which was taken by George Sheridan and Mrs. Norman Nelson. Annie Balccr and Ernest Katz presented the negative. Addresses were given by County Agent Marion Olson and the Rev. W. B. Milne. George Katz and C. H. Sears furnished music. Reports of the farm and home week at Ames were given by M. N. Nelson, Mrs. James Ransom, Raymond Nickor- son and Miss Mabel"Rushia. March 18 is the date set for the next gathering. CLEAR LAKE AND ALGONA CAGERS CLASH TUESDAY CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 23.--The last home basketball game of the season is scheduled for Tuesday night at the Community building- when Bonham's cagers of Algona will clash in a double tilt against Clear Lake. The first game is called for 7 o'clock, and the second at 8 o'clock. All of the first team men will be in condition for this encounter. Piles Treated Without Surgery Write For FREE Book A new instructive book, "Piles Treated Without Surgery," fully illustrated, printed in colors and sopyrighted, has been published by Dr. McCleary, the noted Rectal Specialist, E-505 Elms Boulevard, Excelsior Springs, Mo. In it Doctor McCleary tells how sufferers from Piles can bo successfully treated without surgery, without the use of chloroform and ether, if. treatment ia taken in time. The McCleary treatment has been successfully used for over 28 years. Over 20,001) cases of rectal trouble have been treated by Dr. McCleary and his associates. If you suffer with Piles or other rectnl troubles, write Dr. McCleary today for a Free copy of this book and their large reference list of former patients. AH literatures sent in plain wrapper free and postpaid.--Adv. 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Crcomulsion is guaranteed satisfactory in the treatment of coughs from colds, bronchitis end minor forms o£ bronchial irritations, and is excellent for building np the system after cold j or flu. Money refunded if not relieved after taking according to direo- titraa. Ask your druggist, (adv.) FOR THE COUGH. FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON ·nsas-- Birthday Party Held for Pinneke Children CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 23.-- Mrs. Clarence Pinneke entertained a group of youngster.1 at her home on South Fourth street Monday afternoon in honor of her children's birthdays. Margaret Pinneke became 8 years old today and Dick attained tho age of three yesterday. Fuests were Maxine and Virginia Colgan. Mary Em Conger, Mary Hughes, Arlcne Jacobson, Alice Tliomp.-ion, Mildred Bicber, Jackie Whitney, Donnie .lacob.son and Jackie Colgan. George Washington decorations were carried out In the refreshments. Tlie afternoon was .spent in playing gnme.s. TUNE tn--Hnjoy the Maytaa Hour over N.B.C. 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