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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 14 1936 IOWA TAX BOARD GIVES WARNING Reports Some of Unofficial Income Tax Guides Are Erroneous. DES MOINES, CrB--The state tax board Saturday issued the following warning against use of unofficial manuals in preparation of state income tax returns: "The attention of the state board of assessment and review has been called to certain published state income tax 'aids' or 'guides' which have been prepared and are being broadcast, distributed and sold by private concerns and individuals. A number of statements contained in such 'aids' or 'guides' are erroneous, and misleading, and if state income tax returns are prepared in reliance thereon, inconvenience may be caused taxpayers, and they may be subject to the payment of penalties and additional tax assessments. "The board has not approved any of said 'aids' or 'guides,' nor has the contents thereof been submitted for checking and aproval. The official rules and regulations relating to the personal net income tax and business tax on corporations cave been prepared by the board of the convenience and information of taxpayers, and may be obtained upon request without charge." "These rules and regulations should be followed by the taxpayer in preparing his state income tax return in order to avoid any possible mistakes, misunderstanding or inconvenience." Head of Osage Nursery Develops New Method for Shipping Shrubs OSAGE--Clark E. Gardner, president of the Gardner Nursery company, patented and put on the market a new semipotted plant package with watering device that may greatly influence the handling o, perennials, roses, shrubs, smal evergreens, in department and chain stores. Mr. Gardner has already had one patent granted and two others are now in the progress of going through the U. S. patent office. The new type package and shipping case insures plants being kept in a fresh, vigorous condition enroute and the semi- potted feature keeps them fresh and growing while in the store and after getting into the buyers' hands as the directions give instructions to remove the outside wrapper, tear off upper part of inside wrapper, and set bottom part of inside package into the ground, without disturbing the roots-, just the same as if the plant had been originally planted. A watering tube is left with the top sticking out of the ground and watering is done through the tube until plants are established. The make-up of the package is simple and speedy and inexpensive. The importance of the invention is stressed by the fact that K. Klyn of Sassenheim, Holland, one of the largest bulb importers in the industry, came expressly to see the new container and watering device. Mr. Klyn will visit the Gardners before leaving for the east. He is making a world tour. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 Councilman and Mayor Will Seek Re-Election Hamptonian to Speak for P. T. A. Unit Evening Program With Re freshments Is Planned. CLEAR LAKE--Dr. Walter K Long of Hampton, a representative of the Iowa State Medical society will be the principal speaker at thf Parent Teachers association Tues day night at 7:30 o'clock at the high school auditorium. The "Growing Child and the Dangers of Adolescent Age," is the topic which wil be discussed. A program of music and enter tainment is planned by Miss Clara Metcalf. A chorus from the junioi high school has been selected ti sing a. group of songs. Refresh' m«nts will be served at the close o the program. This meeting is planned in thi evening so that husbands may also attend. COLLMAN TO SPEAK FOK TOWNSEND CLUB. Carl Collman of Rockford wil PARK THEATRE Tonight and Sunday A Warner Bros. Picture "Stars Over Broadway" With Pat O'Brien, Jane Froman, James Melton, Jean Muir, Frank McHugh. A new style--a new thrill--a new "tops" in rousicomedies as Warner Bros, merge reigning favorites of radio and screen in a laugh-packed romance of the street of stars. News - Vitaphone Vaudeville Color Cartoon. lOc and 16c. Delco-Lighf Plants, Batteries and Parts Central Auto ElectricCo. New Location Next to Fire Station 25 First St. S. W. Fbone 494 WHEN YOU Use O BUILD · REPAIR 9 REMODEL 'NORTHWESTERN" Portland Cement 9 For Beauty e Permanence 0 Satisfaction Northwestern States Portland Cement Co. General Offices, 6th Floor First National Bank Bldg. speak to the Townsend club at the City Hall Tuesday night. Members are to bring doughnuts. * * * ST. PATRICK'S TEA PLANNED FOR CLUB. Crescent club members wil! hold a St. Patrick's tea at the Mrs. W W. Choate home, North Third street, Thursday afternoon. The The committee will include Mrs. G. E. Frost, Mrs. W. D. Bigg and Mrs. J. F. Fatmeter, Mrs. K. R. Rogers will give a travelog and Mrs. L. S. Sullivan will give the second chapter of her original story. * t * ALASKA IS TOPIC FOR LAKE CLUB. The P. E. O. sisterhood will be guests. of Mrs. G. R. Woodford Tuesday night. Mrs. R. J. Aurdal will lead the lesson on "New Trails to Alaska." Clear Lake Calendar Monday--Daughters of Union Veterans at Mrs. T. L. King, East Main street. Division 3 of Congregational Ladies' Aid at Mrs. Leita Clausen home, 2:30. Tuesday -- Hi-Lo Bridge club St. Patrick's dinner at Mrs. William Hofer home, Clara street. Townsend club at City hall, 7:30. P. E: O. at Mrs. C. R. Woodford home, North Fourth street. P. T. A. at high school auditorium, 7:30. Wednesday--Frances Willard memorial tea for W. C. T. U. at Mrs. C. A. Knutson home, North Third street. Lions club at Legion clubrooms, 12:15. Thursday--Crescent club tea at Mrs. W. W. Choate home, North Third streeet. No Contest Apparent for City Election, Monday, March 30. CLEAR LAKE--All candidate for city office will run for reelec tion at the city election schedule' for Monday, March 30. Saturday the last day to file, showed no new office seekers, and no opposition fo those already in office. Seeking re-election are: Dr. A. B Phillips as mayor, Joe Palmer a assessor; Will Scherf as councilman of the second ward, C. N. Wright a,, councilman of the third ward, F. C DeBruyn as councilman of the firs ward; F. E. Bruce and Ernest An dersen as councilman-atlarge an R. R. Rog_ers, city treasurer. L. W Sherman is not a candidate for re election as treasurer. The polls will open at 8 o'clock a, m. and close at 8 o'clock in the evening. The usual polling places will be used again this year: Firs ward at the city rest room, seconc ward at the Wells garage and thirf ward at the DeBruyn garage. Clear Lake Briefs Talmadge Not Able to Use State Funds Without Bill Passed ATLANTA, (£·)---A three judge superior court Saturday dealt a blow to Gov. Eugene Talmadge's financial "dictatorship" by holding [state funds can not be withdrawn from depositories without an appropriations bill. The two to one decision restrains J. B. (Tobe) Daniel, Talmadge appointed de facto state treasurer, and George B. Hamilton, ousted treasurer, and the four depository banks from paying out any money except as directed by statutory appropriations. More than $2,500,000 in state funds is involved. I Will Not Be Responsible for anything thai happens during the screen showing ot AUDIOSCOPIKS STARTS SCNDAI MATINEE You may eel mice In your hair. Hit in the eye with a baseball. A clrl in your lap. Water in your face. JTLJI EXECUTIVES CALL IT THIBD DIMENSION BUT WE CAIX IT TVS'. And to this--you will all agree! IT'S THE MOST UMJ'SCAL NOV- ELTi" SINCE THE ADVENT OF TALKING PICTURES You'll see It for the first time Sunday Matinee at the LAKE THEATRE Conic prepared to lauch--anil -Icn't feel disturbed If snme less brave per- snn lets out a shriek {hat can be heard a block a«ny! 8VB LEW We had a good crowd last Sun day. Will expect you again Sunday for our Special Sunday Chicken Dinner. Soda Grill, Clear Lake. Dr. M. C. Mackin, Mt. Pleasant stopped at his home on South Thirc street Thursday to make arrange ments to move here in the near future. Immediate service on loans. Cerro ;ordo Loan Investment Co. Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ned O'Neill have purchased the former Frank Pierce property, 104 South Oak street from Freeman and Kenyon. The O'Neills plan to take possession April 35. Dr. B. \V. Kiner, Ed Rich and the Rev. Ben A. Davis spent Saturday at Waterloo attending a business meeting arranging plans for tne "inging Village to be held at the tfethodist camp this summer. Mario Tappelli, director of the camp, of Chicago, was in attendance at this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Stephensen nd daughter, Johann, are spending week-end at Webster City with Mrs. Stenhensen's parents. Mrs. Mary Bowman returned Fri- ay from Rochester, Minn., where he spent the past week with her aughter. Mrs. L. J. Allen, who un- erwent a major operation. A son weighing eight and one- alf pounds was born to Mr. and Irs, Lynn Carter at their home n Adams street Tuesday, March 0. He has been named Larry loyd. Committecmen from troops 11 nd 30 of the Boy Scouts will hold meeting at the Legion clubrooms to make plans to meet the budget for the year. Iowa Planning Board to Extend Into County and Town Activities AMES--Entering its third year as an active state function, the Iowa State planning board is turning its efforts toward extension of the "planning idea" from its statewide aspects into the fields of county and town planning. This is a definite objective and program for 1936, already launched in a minor way, but about to take shape on a state-wide scale in an effort to organize planning in each county, bringing town and rural interests together in a co-ordinated, co-operative planning program. "This is not an easy task," stated P. H. Elwood, national resources committee consultant to the Iowa State planning board, "because of the differences between town and rural points of view. These differences often prevent people from seeing the picture of each county as a whole unit, because they magnify into disproportion the town interests on the one side, and the rural interests on the other. These in- erests are, however, inter-dependent, and the welfare of the whole county as a community should be considered." CONGO CLUB TO HOLD VESPERS Mrs. C. A. Knutson to Speak at Sunday Afternoon Service. CLEAR LAKE--The first of a series of Lenten vespers sponsorec by the Congo club will be held a the Congregational church Sunday afternoon from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock Special music features planne include instrumental numbers by Mrs. F. E. DeMott. a request soli number by Fred Martin, and corne solo by Dean Brox. and baritone horn solo by Naomi Pine, accom panicd by Jeanne Beckner. Mrs. C. A. Knutson will speak the Lenten challenge to both adults and youth on the theme, "The Forces of Peace vs. the Makers o: War,' echoes from the recenl Washington conference on cause and cure of war. Officers of the club will usher The offering will be used for the summer training fund. The session is open to the public. There will be no Congo club meeting in the evening-. Twentieth Century Club Luncheon Hel CLEAR LAKE--Twentieth Century club members held a St. Patrick's luncheon at the Mrs. E. R Boyle home Thursday afternoon Assisting on the serving committee were Mrs. J. E. Brown, Mrs. Tom Hayes, Mrs. J. W. Pattie, Mrs. I. C Jensen, Mrs. C. A. Knutson and Mrs. Guy Wisgerhof. Mrs. Curtis Amen, Mason City, a guest of the club, reviewed the book, "The Lees of Virginia," by Freeman. St. Patrick's color scheme was carried out. Mrs. J. W. Pattie presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Forde Lee and vice president, Mrs. C. A. Pease. fienke Talks at Legion Auxiliary Party at Lake CLEAR LAKE--Fifty persons at- ended the auxiliary and Legion arty at the city hall Friday night n which the Iowa Legion Commander, w. G. Henke of Charles City, ivas the honored guest and principal peaker. A dinner was served at 7 o'clock y the auxiliary. St. Patrick's theme vas carried out in the decorations nd the Irish songs sung by Mrs. h Monaghan. Community sing- ng was also enjoyed. Dr. A. B. Phillips served as toast- laster. Harry Sondergaard, Thornon, was the only guest of the meet- Marshalltown Firm Files Incorporation DES MOINES, LP- worth Manufacturing -The Hollings- company of Marshalltown filed articles of incorporation with the secretary of state. Authorized capital stock was set at 545,000 and C. V. Hollingsworth was named as president. LAKE THEATRE SATURDAY--TREAT NITE With Wm. Powell - Myrna Loy "EVELYN PRENTICE"--also Buck Jones in "Throivback" Adults 16c Children lOe Sunday - Monday Jeanette MacDonald Nelson Eddy "ROSE MARIE" News and Audioscopiks Continuous Show Sunday Starts 1 P. M. NEW PRICK POLICY Sunday till 2 p. M., 21o After 2, 2fic Children. Always lOc O'Neill Opens Seed Corn Store at Lake CLEAR LAKE--Ned O'Neill has opened a seed store in the Rasmussen building formerly occupied by the Gamble store. At present he is selling seed corn grown in Hancock and Cerro Gordo. counties. He is also testing corn for fanners who bring theirs to the store. Ben Cottrell, a foreman at the Sam Kennedy farm, is in charge c-f the testing. Mrs. Bowen Is Named President of Rockford Woman's Organization ROCKFORD--Mrs. Pearl Bowen was elected president of the Rockford Woman's club at the March meeting held at the home of Mrs. Carl Cunningham Thursday evening. Other officers elected were Mrs. Clarence Bruce, first vice president; Mrs. Henry Smith, second vice president; Mrs. Jennie Fullerton, third vice president; Mrs. Kenneth Unger, secretary and Myrtle Smith, treasurer. County Attorney Jens Grothe and Sheriff Bernard Atherton were the speakers of the evening. Mr. Grothe talked on "Crime and its Prevention" and Mr. Atherton on "Crime Detection." Both speakers criticized the parole board for their leniency in dealing- with criminals and also the attitude of the American people in co-operating with the law enforcement officers. Mrs. Grothe and Mrs. Athertori of Charles City and Mrs. S. L. Brallier of La Porte City were special guests of the club. During the business session the club voted to award a S3 scholarship to the high school girl of the 1936 graduation class having the | highest grades during the high school period. They also voted to contribute to the scholarship and loan fund. MASONS TO HOLD MEETING MONDAY Harding and Benevolent Lodges To Convene for Special Session. Benevolence and Harding lodges A. F. and A. M., will convene in a special session Monday evening complying with the recent proclamation of the grand master, John T. Ames, Traer. This will be the fifth consecutive year the 70,00( Masons of Iowa have been called into annual simultaneous meetings for the consideration of some subject of vital interest to the fraternity. This new departure, which has been received with enthusiasm by the members, has attracted the attention of many other grand jurisdictions of the nation and in many of them has been adopted as an annual event. The local lodges are making thor. ough preparations to carry out this year's plans, and an unusual attendance is confidently expected. Here and There Visitor From Milwaukee. STACYVILLE--Miss Irma Kinney, who has been at school in Milwaukee, Wis., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kinney. While here, she attended the wedding of her cousin, Miss Maurine Gerbig, to Norman Nelson of Lake Mills on Saturday. The newlyweds will live at Lake Mills. O. B. S. School Held. BELMOND -- An Eastern Star school of instruction was held here Thursday afternoon, with Pearl Mae Fluegel from Charles City as instructor. Miss Flugel is instructor for this district. Mrs. Lenora Lentz, grand Esther of Iowa, whose home is in Mason City, was also present. Visitors Are Entertained. LONEROCK -- Dorothy Docken. who is employed in Cedar Rapids, and brother, Lester, of Lisbon, spent from Wednesday until Friday at the parental Frank Docken's. Will Live in California. MANLY--Mrs. Dave J. Cook, accompanied by her brother, Wesley Surd, and Miss Jewell Lemlar, left Wednesday by motor for Monterey, ., where she expects to make her home.' She will join her husband, rieut. Cook, who is stationed with a CCC camp near Monterey. Lieut, k is a former athletic coach and instructor of the Manly public high chool. Goes to Des Moines. DUMONT--George S. Brown, lo- al librarian, went to Des Moines Thursday to get a new supply of raveling library books. He was ac- ompanied by his nephew, Homer ,kin, and Miss Carrie Cook, who vent on with him to Adair to "as- ist Miss Floy Akin, English teach- r there the past five years and who ecently fell on the ice and broke er ankle and splintered the bone ust above the ankle, to return to er mother's home here. Homer rove her coupe home. Returns From Cedar Rapids. PLYMOUTH--A. P. Graves re- urned from Cedar Rapids and Des Joines where he has been visiting elatives for two weeks. Molsberry Is President. PLYMOUTH---The cemetery association elected: President, C. A. Molsberry; secretary, A. M. Hol- oyd; directors, W. 0. Frescott, F. A. Peshak, Richard Armstrong and O. Heinselman. Frank Woodhouse was rehired as sexton and A. jhesebro is superintendent. Will Move to Minnesota. SWEA CITY--The W. H. Earslon "amily who held a public auction .he past week will move to Boy River, Minn. Planning Social Meeting. L.AKOTA--Ths M. E. Ladies Aid s planning a social meeting to be eld at the church basement Wed- esday, March 18. The hostesses will be Mrs. James Warburton, Mrs. Clyde Thaves, Mrs. Oran O'Keefe, rlrs. Harry Warburton and Mrs. Harry Moe. Move Into Cottage. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moll moved into the cottage in outhwest Garner bought from the Jpmeyer estate for $1,000. The Molls have lived the past two years in a ten acre tract near Dodge's 'oint, Clear Lake. They are old set- lers here and formerly owned a arm east of here known as the Meyers place. Contest to Be Tuesday. SWEA CITY--A community amateur contest under the direction of he Epworth league will be held at he high school auditorium Tuesday ight, March 31 with Lucille Peteron as chairman, assisted by :harles Hutchinson. Irene Dourte .nd Francis Thomson. Peisen, Blankenheim and Others Receive Nomination Papers DES MOINES, CfP--B. C. Whitehill, whose term as head of the Iowa soldiers' home at Marshalltown will end next month, obtained papers Saturday to seek nomination to the state senate. The secretary of state also issued papers to four candidates for party nominations to the Iowa house. They were Edmond Hanson ( R ) , Centerville: Frank H. Hopp f R ) . Mindcn: Dean W. Peisen I (R). Eldora, and R. p. Blankenheim, j New Hampton. Harrow Guage Road Completes Its Last Official Day of Life Million Miles Without Crash Eva. Jordan, a McGregor, Iowa, resident who has driven more than 1,000,000 miles in the last 13 .years without a single accident. Woman at McGregor Has Unusual Driver's Record Takes Patients From* and to Hospital at Iowa U, If there are trophies to be ward- d for safe driving or medals to be resented for long distances on the .ighivays of the country, they had etter be polished up and made eady to give away, for here comes n Iowa woman to claim them all vith astonishing record of more ban 1,000,000 miles in the short pace of 13 years and not a single ccident to 'her 'nanie. Nothing wonderful about that? fVell, no one has offered to equal it. The woman is Eva Jordan, 65 ear old resident of McGregor. She s an employe of the Iowa State hos- ital at Iowa city and she won her purs in the driver's seat of her wn cars on the highways of cast- in Iowa. Her job is to take pa- icnts to and from the hospital and heir homes. Started at Age cf 52. Miss Jordan's average yearly driv- ng distance during these 13 years is been equal to more than three imes around the world. And she irst put her hand to a steering vheel at the age of 52, 13 years ago, when this remarkable marathon lerformance began. She has owned 14 cars. Since 1930 he has put more than 100,000 miles m each of her five cars, the longest distance being 137,000 miles on a .930 model. Modest and retiring in the ex- :reme when it comes to talking about her unique accomplishments, !va Jordan observes a simple code f safe driving which she holds will over every contingency. It calls for living at a moderate but steady peed; at all times watching the oad and the rear vision mirror. She \eeps conversation at a minimum vhile driving. Lives With Sister. Miss Jordan is not married. She ives with her sister, who keeps house for her and does the cooking. Like the proverbial postman who akes a walk on Sunday afternoon, he has taken two rather lengthy automobile vacation trips, both of hem to Colorado. Her chief diversion is reading vith a preference for the popular urrent magazines. Although she as no favorite screen stars, she en- oys the movies. Prior to her employment by the tate she was the editor of the McGregor newspaper and later a bank- r there for'lS years. Robert L. Ripley, checked Miss ordari's safety driving record for se in his "Believe It or Not" car- oon. and found it ok. 9 Projects Discussed at Banquet in Cresco CRESCO--One hundred and twenty-five business and professional men of Cresco attended a get-together banquet at McCarthy hall Wednesday evening, under the auspices of the Cresco Community club, with President R. H. Conrad presiding, and L. R. Fields, secretary. Many questions of local interest were discussed including nine proposed projects and boosting activities as follows: Retail sales promotion, July jubilee, fall festival, Christmas promotion, Community Sales pavilion, Junior Chamber of Commerce, parking spaces, skating rink and Boy Scout activities. Developments will be reported as they progress. Waldorf Trustees to Hold Meeting Monday FOREST CITY--The Waldorf college trustees will meet Monday at 10 o'clock at the president's office. They will elect faculty members and transact other business. The Rev. Stanley Olsen, dean of religion, has received a call to the pastorate of the Lutheran church of Waco, Tex. This is one of the matters to be discussed, should the Rev. Mr. Olson accept the call. Will Practice Medicine. HAMPTON--Dr. Kenneth Walton, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walton, pioneer residents of Oakland township, arrived here Thursday and will be associated with Dr. L. E. Haecker in the practice of medicine. He has been practicing at Bedford. With Ills wife and daughter he will make his home in the Dirst apartments. 20 PLAYS WILL BE PRESENTED Festival to Open at Iowa City Next Thursday for Three Days. IOWA CITY--Presentation of 20 plays and conferences and demonstrations on theater problems are major events in the first section of the University of Iowa's annual play production festival here next Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Community groups of classes A and B and casts of original plays will perform at the university beginning with three class B groups Thursday evening and ending Saturday with dags A productions. Experts Will Speak. For the benefit ot directors and actors, university theater experts will appear upon the conference program. They include Donald Winbigler and Hunton Sellman, whose talks are on plays to produce and scenery, costuming, and lighting; Vance Morton, who will direct a demonstration rehearsal; and Sydney Spayde, a makeup demonstration. Speakers at two festival lunch* eons will be President Eugene A« Gilmore. R. H. Fitzgerald, directof of the fjne arts school; Mrs. H. C. Houghton, president of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs; Mrs. Wilda Tillman. chairman of the clubs' drama.division; and Maurice Gnesin. director of the Goodman Memorial theater of Chicago. Three critic judges will officiate. They are James Federlick, head of Drake's drama department; Mr. Gnesin, and Ellsworth Conkle of the university theater. Play Schedule Given. This is the schedule of play presentation: · Thursday, 7:30 p. m.--Commun- ity B: Elkader, Independence and Red Oak. Friday, 7:30 p. m.--Community B: Cedar Rapids Woman's club, Iowa City Community players, Iowa City Woman's club. Saturday, 2 p. m.--Original plays: Burlington, Clinton, Iowa City, Ottumwa. 3:30 p. m.--Community B: Des Moines Woman's club, Charles City, Clinton. 7:30 p. m.--Com- munity B: Davenport Junior Federated club, Decorah, Des Moines Mask and Candle, Marshalltown Community players. Community A: Burlington, Davenport, West Liberty. Given Five Year Term for Stealing Dresses DENISON, (5--William M. Mills, 31, was sentenced to five years' ~ prisonment in the Fort Madi-state penitentiary when he pleaded guilty to larceny charges here in :onnection with the recent theft ot 0 dresses and coats from a Carroll hat shop. Directors of Rockwell Creamery Are Renamed ROCKWELL -- At the annual creamery meeting held Friday afternoon, J. F. Hillis and F. E. Sturges were re-elected directors for the ensuing term. The usual 6 per cent dividend was declared. PEOPLE . . . who hove tested Fireside Fuels over a period of years find them to be the most economical in the long run and by far the most satisfactory. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 BELLEVUE. Bellevue- Cascade narrow gauge railroad, one of the few remaining narrow gauge lines in the country, completed its last official day of life Saturday. The interstate commerce commission had granted permission to dismantle the road effective Saturday but it was understood here the management will continue to deliver freight shipments until April 1. The Milwaukee railroad ran the first train over the line, between here and Cascade, Jan. 1. 1880. Coin Highly Valued. HUMBOLDT. (UP) -- Coin collectors are willing to pay large sums for a half dollar owned by P. J. Kendall of Humboldt. but he refuses to sell it. The piece of silver was given Kendall by Abraham Lincoln. Annual Guest Tea Served by Liberty Club at Dows DOWS--The Liberty club held Uic annual guest tea Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. N. C. Halvorson. Mrs. H. A. Schweiger and Mrs. Guy Peterson were cohostesses. The program was in charge of Mrs. Harry Firkins, Mrs. Elwood Bauge and Mrs. F. H. Peterson. The program consisted of tap dancing by Mary Ann Westland and Joan Damerow, a solo by Gordon Knox, a piano duet by Mrs. C. F. Peterson and Mrs. Elwood Bauge and a musical recitation was given by Mrs. A. O. Drury, Mrs. L. E. Oleson and Miss Carolyn Drury. Wins Spelling Contest. LIME SPRINGS--Peggy Roberts won the local spelling contest and will have the honor of representing Lime Springs at Ihc county contest to be held in Cresco, Saturday. March 2S- Youl! Find Your Castle In The Want Ads Whet kind of a house or an apartment will make you happy--make your home really seem a castle to you? If you know what you want, you're almost sure to find the ideal home advertised in the Globe-Gazette Want Ads. Today and every day the best places are listed in the "For Rent" or "For Sale" columns--turn to the Want Ads now. W A N T A D S 1 1 jW m

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