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12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTJ* Lake Glofoe^Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 340VV OFFICE PHONE No. 239 UEB DEWIGGtNS" Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 WOMAN'S LEAGUE PLANS LUNCHEON Business With Election o Officers on Tuesday's Program. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 27.--Th Clear Lake Civic league will closi its books for the year Tuesday a its annual business meeting- fo: -election of officers and report o: the committees. In this connection a 1 o'clock luncheon is being planned in the Catholic church basement. The press committee which is in charge of the affair has a short program to offer. It includes a talk by Mrs. J. C. Davenport on the "Value of the Press," and a one act play to be given by the members of the Drama club under the direction of Miss Myrtle Oulman, dramatic coach at the high school. Tickets for the luncheon are on sale at the Knutsoa Jewelry store from any members of the .committee--Mrs. J. C. Davenport, Mrs. D. P. Byers, Mrs. H. W. Knutaon, Mrs. C. R. Wood or Mrs. P. L. Pear- sail, until Saturday evening. Only 100 persons can be accommodated for the dinner. Any persons wishing- to attend the business meeting and not the luncheon may meet in the assembly dining room at 2:30 o'clock. The nominating committee for election of officers includes Mrs. H. N. Halvorson, Mrs. Cynthia Taylor and Mrs. Gladys Yelland. New memberships will be taken by the committee and old memberships renewed. Lois Smith Wins Bridge Prize at Sheridan Home CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 27.--Miss Margaret Sheridan was hostess to a bridge group Thursday evening at her home east of Clear Lake. Guests outside of the club included Neva Sheridan, Myrna Rydson and Dorothy McCoJe, Mason City. Miss Lois Smith won the prize for high score. Branson Girl Has . St. Patrick's Party CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 27.--Miss Elizabeth Ann Branson was hostess to a group of the younger set at her home on. East Main street - Thursdayr night at a St. Patrick's day party. Games were played and prizes given to the winners. Green caps were given as favors to each. Those participating in the affair included Jean- Seisseger, Emma Peterson, Kathleen Watts, Margaret Marie Wurtzer, Elizabeth Hughes, Harper Joslyn, Bob, Chizek, Roy Penn, Junior Whitesides, Milo Knutson and Walter Cookman. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Druley and family wish to thank the Rev. Milne and each and every one of their's and William's friends for the sympathy and kindness shown at the time of William's death. Son Is Born. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 2T.---Mr. and Mrs. John T. Highain, Mason City, announce the birth of a baby at 11:30 o'clock Thursday night at the Mary Woods' home, 209 South street. The child weighs fivelpounds and has been named Jack'Lvnn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aitchison have taken possession of the house owned by C. I. Williams, Belmond, on South street. PARK THEATER CLEAR XAKE Friday-GRETA GARBO in "INSPIRATION" SATUiCUAY-- Jack Holt -- Dick Arlen in Zano Grey's "BORDER LEGION" Also Rin-TIn-Tin Serial ComlnR Sunday WILL ROGERS Clear Lake Wins Declam Competition Marvin Winnie and Clotilde Phillippe Get Firsts in State Contest. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 27.--Clear Lake won the state preliminary declamatory contest at Thornton last night with two firsts and a second. Clotilde PhilUppe placed first with tier dramatic selection, "If I Were King," and Marvin Winnie took first in oratorical with "The Constitution." Dolores Anderson received second in humorous with "Beauty Is Skin Deep." All of the contestants from Swale- dale, Thornton, Ventlira and Clear jake had been' awarded first in their home contests. Clear Lake students who have been coached by Miss Myrtle Oulman have had much success in declamatory work this year, having received the county cup in the dramatic competition. Winners in the contest Thursday will compete March 13 at Mason City. Clear Lake Briefs For Rent--Small mod. furn. apt. Perry Baitey. Ph. 433W. Demonstration of Portable Milling Co. C. W. Sorenson farm, Mar. 3. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Copley re- .umed to their home east of Clear Lake Thursday night after visiting at the. home of their son, Almond in Chicago for the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tlielss and ion. Carl,. returned to their home at Fort Dodge after visiting at the ~ohn Howder and V. E. Edwards lomes the past week. The Reuben Peterson family, Swaledale, moved 1 into the Preble house. South Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luker and amily, Garner, have taken posses- Ion of the small acreage owned by Fred Moffett northeast of Clear iake. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Leach, Mankato, are visiting at the home f Mrs. Leach's mother, Mrs. Alice Dutro. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitney re- urned Thursday from Los Angeles. firs. Whitney left a month ago by he death of her brother and Mr. Whitney drove out about a week ago to accompany her home. Word has been received from D. l Branson, Long Beach, Gal., that le is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Branson plan to move to Pasadena oon to remain until their return o Clear Lake about May 1. They Ian to attend the Iowa "Picnic at Los Angeles Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. .Tones and amlly moved to Cedar Falls Friday where Mr. Jones has- been ransferred. He is connected' with he Oelwein Chemical company and .as been living at the Eldred apartments, South Oak street. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. P. Axelson en- ertalned a group of about 30 per- ons at their country home Thursay evening. Games were played in he evening. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Monday--Library Reading club members are guests of Mrs. Mary Bowman in library clubrooms. Wa-Taa-Ye club meets Â£t the Lions cafe at 6:30 o'clock. Tuesday--Civic league luncheon at 1 o'clock at the Catholic church basement. Wednesday--H o me Improvement club members meet at the home of Mrs. George Sheridan, east of Clear Lake. Lions club meets at the Lions cafe. Women's Home Missionary society meets at the Methodist church. CREDIT BUREAU HEARS MANLEY Speaker Tells Clear Lake Group Control Is Up to Merchants,. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 27--B. E. Manley was the principal speaker at the meeting of the Clear Lake credit bureau which was held laat night. Dinner was served at the Soda Grill. Mr. Manley was introduced by C. F. Crane. Mr. Manley said credit control is up to the merchants, not the customers. It is important that the merchants establish a time limit and have a reasonable understanding as to when the bill will be paid, he continued.' Merchants don't need to apologize -for billing their customers, he said, and regular monthly statements provide a long stride toward perfect understanding between merchant and 1 customer. Mr. Manley advocated institutional advertising, "Sell the public the institution," he declared. "More and more we are realizing that persons are being attracted by confidence into an. institution rather than the price leader. , "Persons have to depend on what the merchant tells them about his merchandise. If they find they can trust him and his judgment they will return again and again." Mr. Manley also'stressed the importance of cleanliness and attractively kept stores. A discussion of charities and advertising followed Mr. Manley's talk. The merchants expressed themselves as being generally opposed to promiscuous ticket selling ind soliciting any of the business- iiouses. A general discussion of benefits and progress of the credit bureau was also heard. Clear Lake Churches C ONGREG ATION AL W. B. Milne, pastor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning serv- 'ces at 11 o'clock. Subject, '.'Home." -ongo club at 6:30 o'clock. METHODIST J. R. Tumbleson, pastor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock, subject, "Corn- Jelling Love." Junior league at 2:30 o'clock. Epworth league at 6:30 o'clock. Evening service at- 7:30 o'clock, subject, "The Helpers." CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST North East street. Bible school at 10 o'clock;' Morning services at 11 o'clock, subject, "Christ Jesus," Wednesday services at 8 o'clock. CHURCH OF CHRIST I. O. O. F. hall, M. A. Lowe, pastor. Bible school at 10 o'clock, Frank "iong, superintendent. Preaching and observance of Lord's supper, 11 o'clock. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Mrs. H. M. Dunsmoor and the Rev. James Miller, pastors. Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock. Preaching at 11 o'clock. Evening services at 7:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Father J. V. Bacci. Mass at 10 o'clock. Cathechism and class of instruction for children and adults at 11 o'clock. ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN . H. O. Urn ess, pastor. Confirmation class Saturday 9:30. Sunday school 9:45 with Bible classes for adults. Morning worship 11. Sermon theme, "Why God Becams Man." Heb.' 2:10-15. Anthems by the vested junior and senior choirs. Wednesday evening at 7 the Junior league will meet. Wednesday* at 8 the midweek Bible hour will be conducted. Ladies Aid Thursday afternoon at 2:30. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN S. M. Stenby, pastor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning service at 11 .o'clock by pastor in Norwegian. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock in English/ Mission society will have charge of the program at 7:30 o'clock. Ladies Aid society meets on Wednesday at 2 o'clock in basement of the church, Mrs. Lars Flom and Mrs. P. J. Espo serving. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 o'clock. Engineer Says Speed of Autos May Be Cut Ten Years From Now DETROIT, Feb. 27. (UP)--Possibility, that automobiles 10 years from now may be geared for a maximum speed of around 45 miles an hour is seen here by L. Clayton Hills, designing engineer. Criticism of speedy cars, often blamed for many accidents, was given as the reason. The idea also was offered that cars of two types might be built, the medium-speed machine for city use and the speedier types, capable of 100 miles an hour, for trans-continental and highway use. f H. Ledyard Towle, color specialist of a national advertising company, visions the future car shaped like an egg, the motor in the rear, the wheels practically concealed beneath the body, and the color job designed not for beauty but for visibility. The ideas were advanced at a national meeting of the society of automotive engineers. Fredericksburg School Head, Wins Fellowship FREDERICKSBURG, Feb. 27.-Supt. A. W. Schindler of the Fredericksburg schools has won a fellowship which carries with it an assistant professorship in research work at Iowa state university. Mr. and Mrs. Schindler will go to Iowa ~!ity after school closes here in June. Club Officers Are Elected. CLARION, Feb. 27.--At a recent meeting of the Trl-R rural club held with Mrs. James Buchan, Mrs. Marion M. Breckenridge acted as chairman. Officers elected were: Marjorie Thompson, president; Lillian Stroud. V. P.; June Campbell, secretary; June Breckenridge, treas urer, and Isel Lewellyn, historian. 8' 10' 8' G-R-U-P-P Packing House MARKET 401 S. Federal MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM FEB. 31 TO 28 Spare Ribs, lb. Veal Roast, choice, lb Shoulder Pork jj 4 c whole, lb JLJL Veal Stew, choice, lb. .. Hamburger, per lb. Sausage, per lb I 2 Bacon, whole or half, lb Beef Roast, Choice, lb Lard, Pure, lb :.. Rib Boil, pound Hams, whole "i Qr or half, lb J.*/ CHOICE POULTRY 20' 15 C 9 C 105 So. Federal Phone 693 PORK. Young LOIN Pi ff) ib Pork Steak Poijji Liver Sliced, Ib. 4 Link Sausage Pure Tor! lb. 12 Dill. Pickles Jumbo, 2 for 5 Baby Beef Chuck Roast, lb. Brick Cheese No. 1 Wls. Ring Bologna Fresh Made, Ib. Coffee TibroBrand 3 Ibs. 59c After all, 1930, was the healthiest year of record. Fewer late hours were spent in night clubc; more time was spent with the family; fewer children ran away; more good books were read; there was less riding and raore home cooking. There are cc%n- Densations.--Los Angeles Times. KITCHEN IVlENZER C4 helping hand and hara tasks ' SCOURS Â£HlBSFOUSfl!g and Hard Water Alone Will Not Give Best Dish Washing Results Local housewives claim amazing results when new water-softening cleanser is added in washing anything. Takes % the soap--saves Vz the time. A NEW discovery is cutting dish washing time in half -- eliminating greasy film on dishes and the scum in the dishpan -- the penalties you local women have been forced to pay for the hardness of city water. It is not a soap but a water-softening cleanser that makes any soap more effective in cleansing resul ts by changing "hard" water to "soft". And you ' need use only one-fourth the soap formerly needed. What It Is It 13 a preparation called Climalene that you add to your washing water. Just a teaspoon or two. Instantly, it takes all the harshness out of that water. Makes it soft as rain water. At the same time, due to certain bland cieansirur aorent it inctantlw DfSSOLVES all dirt, stains and grime. And thus cuts washing time ONE- HALF or mo re. Use the soap or soap flakes you ordinarily do. Then see for yourself the amazing results. During 1930 women used-^over 33.000.CXX) packages of Climalene for washing, for cleaning and in the dishpan. Laboratory Proved To assure results to you, we buy fine things, lingerie and delicate fabrics, costly china. Then by repeated washings, try to spoil or fade them. Consider, please, what those, things mean to you. Consider, too, that the minute you put this creation into water, al! harshness is taken away-your hands protected from roughness, made soft, smooth and white. Then tcv it. Remember the name -- Climalene. Your'grocer has it in lOc and 25c packages. w/?x ' THE CLIMALENE Co., CANTON, OHIO GUMALENE ^^The Wattr-Softinine Cltanscr Ask Your Grocer Now Buys The Best Toilet Bowl Cleanser Made It. BOWLENE Modt by Ih* Makirt of Climoltn* --m FEBRUARY 27 H 1931"^ UNITED FRUIT CO. : 33 E. State Free Delivery Phone 749 Carload potatoes, Idaho Russets. These are very fine table potatoesrguar- anteed good cooking. Special, Nice Baking. Bushel $1.00 100 lb. bags $1.60 Early Ohio Potatoes, Northern,Grown, Fancy Quality. For Seed and Table Use. Bushel .$1.30 2 Bushel Sacks .$2.35 Florida Oranges. Sweet and ff*Ar Juicy. 12'/ 2 Ibs. ..,, ,... DU Head Lettuce, large, OCr solid, 3 for 9 Florida Grapefruit, large, 5 for Texas Seedless, good size, 5 for :. 25' 25' Bananas, good ones, 4 lbs.~for 25c Fresh Turnips, Carrots, Beets, 3 bunches 25c Butter, fresh creamery, pound QQc II Sugar, pure cane, 10 lb. bag 55 Apples, medium size, Wine'saps, Basket $1.55 FRESH STRAWBERRIES, ASPARAGUS, GREEN PEAS, MUSHROOMS, BEANS, AND MANY OTHERS. Uneeda Bakers VANILLA WAFERS So good you'can't seem to eat enough--and so wholesome you can cat all you can! A not-too- sweet, dainty wafer made with creamery butter! Especially appropriate with fruit-ades and ice cream. Uneeda Bakers NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY SPECIAL WE HAVE JfUST AVHAT YOU WANT ALSO -- COURTESY AND SERVICE PORK ROAST Fresh Home Killed Fancy -Young NUT BUTTERINE 1 uncy Center Cut of Shoulder CHICKENS Money Bade Gunrantcc on Every Pound. lb. A Real Buy Why Pay More? PORK HEARTS ?c lb. JbJliJif ROAST Young Tender nnd Juicy PORK STEAK 12 lb. NECK BONES A lb. Bring Your Own Baskets or Batrs PORK SAUSAGE bugar (Jured BACON SQUARES 9 lb. Â·None to Dealers All Day. All You Want 7c lb. Mutton Shoulder ROAST 7*' lb. Young and Tender Choice Beef BOILING RIBS 7K While Thev Lust Short Cut SPARE RIBS 5 c , b .