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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, February 6, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 6 · 1937 SEVEN TRUCK LOAD OF CLOTHES SENT Shipped by Salvation Army to Victims in Flood Area. A truck load of clothes was shipped Saturday from the Mason City Salvation army unit to Col. Victor Lungren, St. Louis, in charge of distributing supplies to the southern Illinois and Missouri towns along the Mississippi. "William Mclntive of Chicago wrote us that this is the greatest flood in history outside of Noah's day," said Adjutant Katherine Davis, in charge of the local Salvation Army post. "At Harrisburg the Salvation Army has been housing from 800 to 1,000 i-fugees, while Evansville probably is in the most serious condition. "The commissioner says the field officers throughout t h e country have been giving excellent service both at the front and in sending supplies." Appreciation was expressed for the co-operation given by Mason City residents. Family Hobbies Shown in Basement Mural Mrs. Nick Hagenson Rites Held; Burial at Memorial Park Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Hagenson, 56, who died at her home, 1002 Sixth street southwest, Wednesday -following an illness of three months, were held at the McAuley funeral home .Saturday afternoon, with the Rev. C. E. Flynti, pastor of the First M. E, church, in charge of services. Miss Ruth Stevens sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "The Old Rugged Cross." Pallbearers were Edwin Ebaugh, Rex Kay, O. J. Hanson and Edgar Burgess. Burial was al Memorial Park cemetery. Mrs. Hagenson is survived by her husband, Nick, a daughter, Mrs. Delbert Kay, and one adopted son, John Holman, all of Masfin Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 · LUCIA A O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J ' Residence Phone 67 . The above mural depicting in modern art the l)r. B. Raymond Weston family was painted on (lie basement wall of the Weston home b.v Bob White, brother of Mrs. Weston, now director of the Little Art gallery at Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Weston is shown al the piano presenting a vocal number, while Dr. Wcslon in hunting,logs missed a duck b.v several feel. To the right is the nursery scene with little blackboard drawings oC the two Weston daughters, Cynthia and Dorothy. (Lock Photo, Kaycna.v Engraving) City, and one brothel's. sister and three Rum and Rebellion Judge Graven Hears Testimony m Suit on Payment of Bill Judge Henry Graven Saturday heard testimony in L. H. Wood|\ ward's suit against Alex Meurs, 1 in which Woodward, local building conlraclor, alleges he has DES MO1NES, (.1')-- Senate backers ot the liquor by the drink bill have decided, one of them said, to hold up senate action on the measure, until the house makes up its mind on possible relaxing of Iowa's liquor laws. They recalled that during the last session the senate went ahead with its liquor by the drink proposal, passing it after extended debate and depositing the bill on the house doorstep. The house never got around to taking it up. never been paid proximately $300 a sum of ap- due him by ' -- ' Meurs for ·rebuilding Ihe latter's house at 18 Twelfth street south- WETS--The new strategy will Charity Basketball Game Heads Events of Week Groups Arrange Valentme* T Parties. in 'February Entertaining. CLEAR LAKE -- The week ahead seems fairly busy, and the first part of it is heavy with basketball games. The Ventura team will meet the Clear Lake seconds at Ihe high school gym Monday evening in a charity game, all services being donated and proceeds to go for flood relief. This is a doubleheader event, the Clear Lake and Ventura junior high school teams being carded for a make Phil Roan, republican r e p - [ b o u t al 7 p. m. lo precede the main go ot the evening. Coach cost of repairing tne east. Total home, which was literally turned inside out by an explosion of gas more than a year ago, ran to around $2,000, according to testi- by W. L. mony, Meurs, represented Bliss, maintains Woodward was paid in full, while the contractor, whose attorneys are W. P. Butler and George Marty, claims S3QO is yet unpaid. rescnlative from Fort Madison, Ihe prime mover in the drive for liquor by trie drink which, sponsors of the bill say, should satisfy wels and drys alike. Some oE the wels and some of the drys don't agree. I Dry groups oppose tiny shift towards making legal liquor more available, and some wets express opposition to the bill because of its slrict provisions. A legislator from one river city said, for example, t h a t the bill "wouldn't let my town have a third as many hard liquor places as it has right now. The folks at home won't stand for Ihat." NEW AUTOMOBILES Chris Johnston announces Ihat season tickets are not good for Ihis game. Boy Scouts will hold the regular meeting at the schoolhouse Monday evening, the Dad-Son banquet having been postponed indefinitely. L. D. R. will meet at the home of the Misses Leona and Marion Eliasen, South street, Monday evening al 7:30 o'clock. Miss Dagncy lloirup will be in charge of the program. Tarty rianncd. Double C class of the Methodist Sunday school will hold Wednesday afternoon. There will be a program and lesson study. Music Mothers will hold the jgular monthly meeting of the ub at the junior high school mu c room Wednesday afternoon. To Hold Benefit. Wa-Tan-Ye club is holding a enefit card parly lo which the ublic has been invited al I. O. . F. hall Wednesday evening. Intramural games will be played t the high school gym Wedncs- ay evening. Hotarians will hold the usual oon luncheon Thursday at I. O. '. F. hall. Mrs. Earl Huntley, Henry street, 'ill entertain Trinity circle of the ,ion Lutheran aid al her home 'hursday afternoon. A B i b l e ludy lesson is on the program. Mrs. Howard Cash will enter- ain the Busy Bee club Thursday t an all day meeting postponed Ideal Sand Ford truck. and Gravel, city, ¥\ Rollin Luscomb, Clear Lake, Chrysler sedan. Equitable Life -Assurance Society o£ TJ. S., city, Ford coach. J. D. Richardson, Clear .Lake, Lafayette sedan. Donald Jones, route 4, Chevrolet sedan. John K. Harms, 113 Delaware avenue southeast, Plymouth coach. C. C, Cook, route 1 Pontiac coupe. Sondergaard Produce company, Thornton, Dodge truck. . Elgar Z. Haight, route 3, Plymouth sedan. Carl H. Barnahl, Thornton, Ford coach. B. O, Christance, Thornton, Dodge truck. T. S. Vcech, 524 Second street southwest, Chevrolet pickup. Fred J. Pricm, 113 Delaware avenue southeast, Dodge truck. COMMISSIONERS-- Coincident with the start of liquor legislation through the assembly were the surprised faces ot a small group of so-called legislative observers who predicted the senate would act upon two liquor commission appointments. The "observers" said republicans who dominate the senate would not permit confirmation of Lane because "he got to be too much o£ a democrat while he was serving his first term." They also predicted the chamber would turn thumbs down on Andrew Stewart . because of "party reasons." The senate confirmed both appointments. The predicted rebellion failed to materialize. party at the church Monday evening. Odd Fellows lodge meets as usual Monday evening at 1. O. O F. hall. Mrs. Mary Bowman -will b hostess to the Library Reading club Monday afternoon at library clubrooms. Roll call KIDS -- White-haired Sen. D. W. Kimberly, dean of towa legislators, introduced a bill to permit the city oC Davenport to refund a bridge bond issue. At the same time, his two leagues across . Scott county col- the rotunda-- Fiop. Frank L. Engcl and Rep. Walter -- introduced a companion CHANGE NAME OF COMPANY .ake Creamery Shareholders Adopt Articles of Incorporation. CLEAR LAKE--Articles of Incorporation 'under the new 1935 co-operalive law were read and discussed at the annual meeting of the Farmers Mutual Co-Operative Creamery company held at I. O. O. F. hall Friday aflernoon with 75 members and patrons present Each item was acted upon as required and the articles of incorporation adopted by a substantial majority according to the report of officials. The new name of the organization will be the Clear Lake Cooperative association. Directors chosen for 1937 are R. D. Robbins, J. D. Richardson, Harvey Wod, F. A. Rich, Robert Furlcigh, John Ashland and Hans Hendrickson. The secretary's report showed the company in good condition and business prospering. A total of 471.155 pounds of butler was made during the year and patrons received an average price a pound of 3R.7 cenls. Patrons received $144,049.70 for butter fat during the year and 348,346.07 for poultry and eggs. The total paid patrons was $102,395.77. The management expressed to the patrons sincere appreciation for the co-operation extended them throughout the year ot 1936 and trust that the same loyal sup- poii will be given them in the future. Completion of Ihe organization under the new articles of incorporation will be accomplished at a meeting of the board of directors at Ihe creamery next Wednesday evening. | Benefit Card Party CLEAR LAKE -- The Wa-Tan- Ye club will sponsor a card bene- it at the I. O. O. F. hall Wednesday night, to which the public is nvited. The pillow cases will be given away at that time. Auction ind contract bridge will be played and a number of prizes will be given away. Refreshments will be served. The proceeds will be used for Ihe local welfare work of the Wa-Tan-Yc club. Clear Lake Calendar lear Lake Cagers Take Pair From Garner Fives Lions Win in 29-19 Score;'' Seconds Triumph 32-12. CLEAR LAKE--Clear Lake cagers gathered lo themselves a double victory Friday evening when the Lions walloped the Gar-1 t t · 1 c , n ner varsity 28 lo is and the sec- Presents United otales f l a g ond Clear Lake team whipped 12. T h i s ] School. W. R. C, INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS Monday--Boy Scouts, schoomouse, | regular meeting. L. D. R., Misses Lcona'and Marion Eliasen, South street, 7:30 p. m. Double C c l a s s , Methodisl church, 8 p. m. Odd Fellows lodge No. 187, 1. O. O. F. hall. Library Reading club, Library clubrooms, 2:30 p. m. Progress club, Mrs. R. C. Ingersol, 409 North Fourth strcel, 2:30 p. m. Baskelball game, for flood relief, Clear Lake vs. Ventura the Garner five 32 to was the second meeting for both teams and the second Clear Lake victory over Garner this season. Tie Scores. le corps held at I. O. O. F. hall Fri, , , ,!,.,_,, I day afternoon. Because of bad The second period was chaiac.- I ac] com , ilions t h E ass i s tant ·rizcd by tie scores most ot the . d an( , pa t r ; o ti c instructor time, the teams see-sawing back CQu]d not be prcsenl £or jnstalla- iind forth. Jensen bagged two for Uon Pl . escntr uion o f a United the Lions and Coe one from the statcs x l a g to lhc ncw i liRh school field ns Denney popped m llircc b u j W i n g was reported. The corp and Stott one for Garner. voted to postpone the annua In the third round Murphy and bcan dinncr u n l u Apl .jl. Coe each took a free throw and teams, high school gym, 7 p. m. \ Rutan a pair. Murphy placed one FRIENDS PRESENT through the hoop from the held GIFT OF DISHES Tuesday--Priscilla club. Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies aid, rom last week. Mrs. Charles Kelly, 226 South bill in the house. W h i l e Kimberly's senate bill ? I 9 il . , a ^ ,vas on Ihe senale calendar the Frank Kraubetz, Manly, Dodge two representatives obtained passage of their bill in the house. One of them hurried to the senate to tell Kimberly the bill passed and ask what he thought of several amendments. Kimberly gave them his o. k. A moment later, Kimberly .turned to another senator and said: "You know, those kids worked pretty fast, after all!" SECURITY--One of the republican senators who, in the special session in December, insisted that the regular session take up the first thing possible changes in the stale unemployment insurance law, said (he other day there's no h u r r v about it. ''Maybe we wnn'l have to take it up for n m o n d m n n t K after all." he remarked. "I imagine if there's much pressure for a change we would have heard it by now." A door was pulled off from a a. car driven by Harold Ewers, l l f 4 Maple drive, at 8:20 o'clock Friday night when he stopped his car in front of 032 East State street and it was struck by a gasoline tank trailer pulled he- hind a car driven by Gordon Schmolke, Nora Springs. pickup. Wayne E. Sheka, 618 Delaware avenue northeast, Willys sedan. L. J. Folsom, 933 Jackson avenue northwest, Willys sedan. Paul Frommhold, 116 Delaware southeast, Lafayette sedan. Mikkcl Bratrud, city, Ford coach. E. F, Behrens, Hotel Hanford, Plymouth sedan. Theodore Back, Clear Lake, Chevrolet sedan. J. H. McWatets,. 418 First slreet southeast, Plymouth sedan. Katinka .H. Beck, 128 Tenfh street northwesl, Plymouth coupe. Earl V. Anderson, filO Delaware avenue northeast, Plyomuth sedan. tlv wil be answered with the names o favorite books. Miss Ida Clack will give a boot review for Progress club pro grani Monday afternoon. Mrs. H C. Ingersol, 409 North Fourt] street, is hostess. Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet at the home o£ Mr. Lars Flom, 915 South Fourt street, Tuesday afternoon for In regular monthly meeting. Tina Rebekah lodge meets at O. O. F. hall at 8 p. m. Tuesda for the regular session. Mrs. A r t h u r Johnson, Burde slreet, w i l l entertain the Hi-L Bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Kay M;tson, South Fourth street, w i l l be hostess to the Jolly Eight card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Lions to Battle. Clear Lake Lions will langle with the Forest City varsity lineup at the high school gym Tuesday night. A preliminary game is being arranged. The Farmers Co-operative association is holding its annual meeting at the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon. Business, entertainment, fun and eats are featured. ·Group No. 1 of the Congregational aid will give a Valentine party at the church Tuesday afternoon to which all the women of the other groups and any jecond street, will be hostess to he C. L. C. club Thursday after- oon. ' Crescent club members will lold a luncheon meeting at Ihe lome ot Mrs. E. L. Wurtzer, 510 forth Second strecl, Thursday af- .ernoon. Mrs. Wurtzer will be assisted by Mesdamcs Lcland Patterson, Ira Jones, E. W. Winnie and William McGowan. Mrs. R. R. Rogers is lesson leader. Mrs. George Lunn will entertain the Thimble Bee club at an all day meeting Thursday. A pot-luck dinner will be served. W. R. C. circle will meel w i t h Mrs. Edna Funk, South Fourth street, Thursday afternoon for the regular meeting. Hold Guest Night. AHrurian club will observe guest night at the home of Mrs. R. G Kennedy Thursday evening. Mrs Leslie E. Thayer, Mrs. J. Z. Stevens and Mrs. Henry Volstad are DEATH COMES TO MRS, C, L, GATES Funeral Arrangements Are Awaiting Word From Relatives. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Charles L. Gates, 84, died at her home, 110 South street, Saturday morning after a short illness. Funeral arrangements have not been made pending communications from relatives. Ward's funeral home is in charge. Mrs. Gates, whose maiden name was Ida Collins, was born May 28, 1852. She is survived by her aged husband, a Civil war veteran, and five children. The children are Mrs. J. H. Winter, Parkville, Mo.; Charles E. Gates, Everett, Wash.; George Gates, Dav- ton, Wash.; Frank, Gates, Oelwein, and Fred Gates, Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Gales have been residents of Clear Lake many years. Mrs. Lars Flom, 915 South Fourth street. Tina Rebekah lodge, f. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. Hi-Lo Bridge club, Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Burden street. Jolly Eight card club, Mrs. Fay Mason, South Fourth street. Basketball game, Forest City vs. Clear Lake, high school gym. Farmers Co-operative meeting, Methodist church, 1:30 p. m. Group No. 1, Congregational aid, at church, 3 p. m. Tabithaa circle, Zion Lutheran Hanford, Mason City. Lions club, Legion clubrooms, 12:15 p. m. Do Your Bit club, 'Mrs. Charles Zirbei. Music Mothers club, j u n i o r high aid, Mrs. Olat Olson, Bell street, "2:30 p. m. Wa-Tnu-Yc benefit card party, 1. O. O. F. hall. Music Mothers club, juniir high and Coe came through with two. | Ml . s clarence Peterson. South Jacobson and Denney one for Garner, enney each placed Thh . d stl . ccl| was lhe v i c u m o[ a - - · Missal took iwo pi easalU ; sul . pr j sc T | ulrstlay at(cl ._ singles for Garner in the last at- noon w n e n 15 friends and neigh- tempt while Coc landed a hoop- ij 0l . s camc j n to dedicate her er from the field as well as three kitchen built recently. They pre- singles and Jensen took a single scmct i ncl . w jt|, a SE t o £ dishes for the Lions. Mascot ricascs. In the preliminary card and brought a picnic lunch which · was served during the afternoon. Fist- | Cards were played and a social school, 2:30 p. m. Intramural games, Phillippe- ler, Comstock and Mullarky each afternoon enjoyed, settled three fielders through the s i hoop, Palmeter two and Bacon, MRS. FULLER BAILEY Philippe and Siesseger each one. ENTERTAINS CIRCLE Fisller and Mullarky each ac- Mrs. Fuller Bailey, assisled by counted lor a free throw and Mrs. Harvey Wood, Mrs. A. C. Philippe for two. Engstler was Rorvig and Mrs. Tom Nelson, en- high man for Garner with three tcrtained 22 members oC circle ringers from the field and three N O . 3 o t u lc Methodist aid at her free throws. Tbmpkins shot one home, 504 North Fourth strcel, through the iron and Zuchlkc Friday afternoon. Following the look a free shot. business session, Mrs. C. F. Ran- The Clear Lake pep band en- som led devotions and presented livened the rest periods and at a short program. The afternoon the half ot the main go the jun- | was spent socially and the hos- ior drum and bugle corps youngsters strutted their stuff to the delight of the spectators. The | corps mascot, Beverly Compton, drew a big hand as she valiantly Bragcr, 7 p. m.: Bacon-Palmelev, 7:50 p. m.; Comstock- MuVlar- Uy, 8:40 p. m. .Thursday -- Rotary club, I. O. O. tess served close. refreshments at Ihe pushed ahead of line. the marching F. hall, 12:15 p. m. Trinity circle, Zion Lutheran aid, Mrs. Earl Huntley, Henry Mrs. Howard CI.K.AR L A K E LIONS I V A R S I T Y -- I [I on the committee. Lake View club will meet Truck Victim Gets Judgment for $2,000 You cannot afford to this happen to yon. let We will be glad to advise you on your INSURANCE NEEDS. Cerro Gordo Loan Investment Co. , _· Clear. Lake, Iowa friends they may care to have been invited. Mrs. R. R Rogers is c h a i r m a n of group No 1. Sunshine club will hold a o'clock luncheon al the home ROLLER SKATE AT IDELO ? ackacr Tonite -- Saturday Win Beauty Contest an Skates -- Frizes Given Gents. to Ladles anil Mrs. Jack Bailey, 222 South Sec ond street, Monday afternoon. / committee will assist in the lun cheon. Double O club will meet at the Hanford hotel in Mason City Wednesday evening with the Misses. Elvira Olson and Dorothy Matson as hostesses. Lions Entertain. The Lions are holding a special meeting and program Wednesday noon at which time each Lion will bring a farmer friend as a special guest. A holder exchange will be featured at a meeting of the Do Your Bit club at the home oC. Mrs. Charles Zcrbel Wednesday. Mrs. Olaf Olson, Bell street, will e n t e r t a i n Tabitha circle o^the Zion Lutheran aid at her Thursday with Mrs. Elmer Treloar for a 1 o'clock luncheon and Valentine party. Royal Neighbor lodge will meel al I. O. O. F. hall Thursday night n regular session. An i n t r a m u r a l game between he Whitney and Fistler teams will )e played nl (lie higli school gym Thursday al 5:15 o'clock. Mrs. Reuben Fryer, Clara street, will enlerlain lhe Linger Longer club at her home Friday aflcr- oon. To Fcfe Husbands. Mrs. Lee Erickson will enler- tain Deborah circle of the Zion Lutheran aid Friday afternoon at her home. Mrs. B. C. Myhr will lead the lesson. Star club members will hold a 1 o'clock pot luck luncheon at the home of Mrs. Julia Cobb, Jefferson street, Friday afternoon. Each member will bring her own dishes, sandwiches and one other dish. A valentine program will be given. O. D. O. club members will entertain their husbands at a Valentine party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Cookman Friday evening. A f u l l program is assured. Miss Florence McGrady will be hostess to the Laf-A-Lot club ;it her home on Clara street Friday afternoon. RA Doing Its Part in Furnishing Help for Flood Stricken INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Co-or- dinaling its efforts with Ihe army, Red Cross and WPA, the resettlement administration has turned over its entire resources in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri to the job of rescuing flood sufferers and assisting in the rehabilitation of Ihe water scarred Ohio river valley. This U'LIS disclosed here by n. C. Smith, regional RA director who lias been in almost constant touch w i t h the acencicK in charge of flood relict since the situation first reached the emergency stage. Smith said that practically all of the 140 trucks available are being used lo haul refugees from inundated areas and to carry food, medical supplies and livestock feed to various concentration points in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. street, 2:30 p. m. Busy Bee club, Cash, all day. C. L. C. club, Mrs. Charles Kelly, 226 South Second street, 2 p. m. Crescent club, Mrs. E. L. Wurtzer, 510 North Second street. Thimble Bee club, Mrs. George Lunn, all day. W. R. C. circle. Mrs. Edna Funk, Smilh Fourth street. A H r u r i a n club, Mi's. R. B. Kennedy, Norlli Third street. Lake View flub, Mrs. Elmer Trclonr, 1 p. m. Royal Neighbor lodge, I. O. O. F. 'hall, 8 p. m. intramural game, Whitney- Fisller, 5:15 p. m. Friday -- Linger Longer club, Mrs. Reuben Fryer, Clara street. Deborah circle, Zion Lutheran aid, Mrs. Lee Erickson. Star club, Mrs. Julia Cobb, Jefferson street, 1 p. m. 0. D. O. club, Mrs. Floyd Cookman, 409 East Main street. Laf-A-Lot club, Miss Florence McGrady, Clara street. Christian Workers. U. Y. B. club. Coc f f i s t l e r t T u l n i e t e r f Jensen c D i l t l p j i e c Lewis f Mutaii c M t i l l a r k y f TOTALS [ttinni] te H i\ ;l 5 T | l ) e n n e v r II I U ] E l l | t s l e r I o n uslotl c 4 i :: ju5»i c II 0 (lj W e a v e r f II II -'IToinpkln c 0 2 -Tf II (I [t| 0 0 l)j !) 11 i:l|TOTAI,S score by q u a r t e r s : te H i x o :: 4 It 2 I) II 0 I i :t n i l 0 n -i u u 1 Ctcar L a k e L i o n * (Janier Varsily r, 1:1 Free lhro«-.\ m i s s e d : C l e a r G a m e r R. I t r f e r r e : n. M u r r a y . Minim Cll e r : I j n d c r k o t l r . r . Timer: C o n e . SECONDS-- :i: rlstlcr t I'almder t SeUsejrrr [ K e n n e d y f Comslnrk c llacon c r h l l t p p e K h n b a l ! i TOTALS IS II :i l ·; n I C A r t N u n I S K C O N I I S -- r ; II ri|7,uetilkr n l [ T o m [ k t l l II O i P o l a r c k I a III u ( n n n n o I I i! Leaves for Orceon. KANAWHA-- Neil Hanson Inft Tuesday evening for Portland, Ore., where he was called by the serious illness ot his sister, Mrs, Emma Johnson. Clear Lake Briefs I n f l u e n z a , colds, sinus trouble q u i c k l y relieved. Dr. Rorvig, Chiropractor, Clear Lake. The pupils nf VI. Vcrnnii school No. 5 gave ?2 to llic Red Cross foi flood relief. Miss Alice Juhl is lhe teacher. Mrs. Harold Hiishaw is chairman of the program for the Music Mothers' club which meets at the music room of the junior high high school Wednesday afternoon. Band costumes will be brought up former radio man in Clear Lake, is moving back from Spirit Lake where he has been several months. HI I 5 | T O T A L S R u u n i n c score hy q u a r l e r b : Clear Lake S e c o n d s n : Garner Seconds . 7 7 is t- F r r e throws m i s s e d : Clear Lake 4; Garer ?. R e f e r e e : Krugle. Scorer: Walker. Timer: Cone. lU'DONNELLTO SPEAK AT LAKE Will Address Farmers' at Annual Co-Operative Meeting. CLEAR LAKE -- Roy "Pat" O'Donnell, former county agent of Cerro Gordo county and at present with the National Livestock Credit corporation office at Des Moines, will give an address at the a n n u a l meeting oC the Farmers' Co-operative company Tuesday al 1:30 p. m. at the Methodist church. Other items on the program will be the rending of reports and election of officers. Al present F. A. Rich is president, Dan Spillman, vice president and F. E. Dakcr, secretary-treasurer. John V. Bohning is general manager of the company. The annual mecling of the company has come lo be something of a social event as well as a business session. Plenty of fun and entertainment is always provided and lunch served at the close of the meeting. for decision. C. C. Mitchell, Coming to Surf Ballroom Dickinson Condition "Quite Satisfactory" · Following Operation WASHINGTON, - (fPI--Condition of former Senator Lester J. Dickinson of Iowa was reported as "quite satisfactory" Saturday at the George Washington university hospital where he underwent an abdominal operalion Friday. Dr. W. A. Blocdorn, attending physician, said Dickinson spent ' satisfactory night. Mis. Dickinson and t h e i r daughter, Mrs. Rollin Hunter, were at the hospital.^ Benefit Show Nets Red Cross $40.90 C I . K A R LAKE---The sum of S'lO.tK) Avas taken i" mi t i c k e t s al the flood relief b e n e f i t show held at the Lake theater Friday afternoon. Donations in the lobby amounted to 53.25. Boy Scouts sold S 19.05 worth oE tickets in advance. Those who attended report thirt the pictures were fine and the Red Cross reel especially timely. Miss Donna Neal presented a couple o£ dance numbers, the girls' sextet from the high school sang a group o£ songs and Mervin Peterson read, "My Brother and I," in Swedish dialect. Lylc Stunkard, chairman of the local Red Cross branch, reports the total donations for Clear Lake up to Saturday as ?887.36. This includes the receipts from the benefit show. On Monday evening the Clear Lake basketball teams will meet Ventura fives on the home floor in a charily game. All services arc being donated and the entire proceeds will go to the Red Cross. Discusses Causes, Cure, of Catastrophes C L E A n L A K K--The Rrv. Chalincey Merwin, in disi-ussine the cause and euro of f l n u d s and d r o u g h t at a meeting held Friday evening stnlcd lhat sin is the real cause of nil such catastrophes and that regardless of natural causes they arc a judgment from God. On Sunday evening the Rev. Mr, Merwin will speak on the topic, "Is John Lewis a possible dictator?" Meetings are held in the storeroom formerly occupied by the A. and C. Style shop. The real "underprivileged 1 1 arc those who mnkc so little they can't save enough lo afford a strike.--Fountain Inn Tribune. Plans Valentine Tea, Program at Church CLEAR LAKE--Group No. 1 of the Congregational aid will hold a Valentine lea al the church Tuesday afternoon and luis invited all other groups and f r i e n d s of the church tn attend. A prti- gr;im of music by the high school orchestra, readings and sins'" K lias been a r r a n g e d to begin at 1 o'clock by the committee i n charge. Tea w i l l be served at the close. Mrs. R. R. Rogers is chairman of the group. CLEAR. LAKE--The Cotton Club Boys, directed by Miss Anna Mac Wlnburn in person, will play for another of the popular special dances for couples only at tlic Surf ballroom Tuesday, Feb. 9. The attraction, booked by Hi a National Orchestra snrvlcc of Omaha, is (TivinK excellent satisfaction wherever it plays. Added to the music arc several sinuiiiK anrt danclns acts quilt! out of the ordinary. Manaftcr Carl Fox slates that tables will he provided for all and reservations may be made in advance. An operation for piles won't cure you. They always come back. So why waste your time and money when I can cure you to stay cured without an operation and its dangers. Come in for free examination. Know your condition. If I can'l cure you I will tell you so. I have cured hundreds in this vicinity. Private diseases of men and women successfully treated. W. R. COTHERN, M. D. ·Office lll/i E. State St.--Over Ynlland and llancs

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