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' 4 Monday, Jan. 17, 1S41 HASQN CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MRS, M, THIELKE DIES AT AGXLEY Funeral Will Be Held at Church Tuesday P. M, Ackley--Funeral services for Mrs. Mathilda Thielke, 79, will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Evangelical Reformed church in charge of the Rev. Ernest Seybold, pastor. She was born Dec. 2, 1864, near Freeport, 111., and . came with her parents to Iowa in 1881. She was married to August Thielke June 25, 1885, and lived on a farm 3 miles west of town until. 1938. Mr. Thielke died Aug. 6, 1925. Surviving .are 3 children, Mrs. Matilda Richtsmeier, with whom she lived; Mrs. Lydia Fossler Patton of Ackley, one son, Henry, o£ Independence. She also leaves a sister, Mrs. Amelia Nolle, 3 half- sisters, Mrs. John Sailer, Mrs. ;hris Raisch, Mrs Laura Warne- ce, ST., and a half-brother, Henry Sicksmcier. i " Burial will be beside her husband in Oakwood cemetery. Just 2 drops Penetro Kooe Drops In each nostril help you breathe freer almost instantly, so your head cold Beta air. OnlySSc--2$? times as much for 60c. Caution: TJse only as directed. Feoetro N«le Dropi Alumni Plan '44 Election Iowa City--Roster of candidates for the 16 officers' jobs of the University of Iowa alumni association will be completed within a week. V; The 1944 ticket will included candidates for president, 2 vice presidents, 4 regional directors, 4 Iowa directors, and 5 members of the nominating committee. ; , In late April, new terms of the of Hears will begin, most of them for 1 year. The current president is W. Keith Hamill of Newton. Citizens State Bank Holds Annual Meeting Iowa Falls--All officers and directors of the Citizens State bank were re-elected at the annual meeting of the stockholders. Officers include Irvin B. Bleeker, president; W. A. Middleton, vice-president; E. H. Klisart, cashier; and L. C. Jorgensen, assistant cashier. Directors are L. W. Wingert,. W. A. Middleton, W. W. Johnson, Irvin B. Bleeker, and E. H. Klisart. Total deposits in the bank amount to 52,423,991.05. Schools May Enter State Art Exhibit Iowa City--Art teachers of Iowa schools next spring will have their chance to enter the exhibit of creative work at the University of Iowa. The 1 pictures will be hung in Iowa Union from March 26 to April 9, in conjunction with the annual high school pupils' art exhibition, it has been announced by the university's art department. Held for the fourth time, the exhibit is open to all teachers and supervisors. It will'be in charge of Edwin J. Bruns, supervisor of art in Cedar Rapids high schools, who will supply entry blanks upon request. WILL MAKE DRESSINGS Crystal Lake The Red Cross surgical dressing room in the Cliff Stewart home will open Wednesday at 1 p. m. at which time volunteer workers are asked to come for work. The workers will make sponges. DEADLINES: !!·-». f.r N»» **t At* « r. m. r«. ·Ml* Him CLEAR LAKE GLOBE-GAZETTE PtWM 2Z9«r AND KGLO OFFICE 2f7 West Hate St REMODELING STORE Cresco--A remodeling program is in progress at the Atlantic- Pacific store in Cresco, of which W. L. Strohman is manager. The store is closed for the purpose for about 2 weeks, to be opened for business again, about Jan. 28. OSCO SAYINGS! Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday Phillips Milk of Magnesia (Limit 1) 50c Bottle. Sfclfllfi $ 2 00 - Multi-Vitamin and Mineral Tablets. 19c (Limit 2) 96 Tablet Box §1«69 Cleansing Tissues 500 sheet,, *«,»,« aw, *..... Pk9 23c Ejwom Salta^2) .4-pcu B , p kg . v ...:.....;.. Jc VAH«« BUBBLE BATH. Pine, Apple Bloijcm, -- _ ft tlllTa' Bouquet. (Limit I) 11-ounce Pkg.. / V 49c Foot Re»t. (Limit 3 Pair) Pair. Woodbury Liquefying Cleansing Cream 50e Sue. (Limit 1) Solitair Cake. All Shades. (Limit 2) Box ........ . Metal Pot Cleaners Face Powder (Limit 2) .. All Shades. Box (Limit 2) 5c We D«%6|ft f Mvwt^fe Waldorf. Perfumed. Apple Blossom. OfltlH \#r jaiOlS (Limit ! 5-Pound Bag Waterproof. No Binding. (Limit 2. Pair) . . . . . . . . Pair Johnson's Baby Cream L , m , f , , Lorgc Jar 43c V-Mail Stationery ^^ e ys. shect Envelopei ' ......... We Lilly Toilet Powder (Limit 1 ) UlllS VOIQ a 30c. Coscaro Quinine. (Limit 2) Box ____ METAL LUNCH KITS With Pint Vacuum Bottle VARICOSE VEINS? Elastic Stockings. V $1.98 Neat. They Fit. (Limit 2) 98c MOONE'S EMERALD OIL, $1.25 Bottle Cleanser ?L? ml it ut 2 h ca,» Folger's Coffee Sam-flush S2c Ironing Board Pad . . 19c Large Size. Ideal Ironing Surface. (Limit 1) ' Wallpaper Cleaner £ ..... 5c PALMOLIVE SOAP Regular Size. (Limit 3) 3 Cakes LUX SOAP 2 Ban lOc (Limit 2) SOAP IVORY Large Bar (Limit 6) (Limit 2 Cans) DUZ sr; c9 .M9c (Limit 1) PRICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY TEAMS LISTED IN BASKETBALL Players in Intramural Series Form Groups'- Clear -Lake -- The intramural basketball series will continue at the high school gym Wednesday evening with the Hawks playing the Bobcats and the Gremlins the Wildcats in the Big Six league and the. Panthers the Foxes and the Polecats the Cyclones in the Little Six. The first game in each group is at 6:30 o'clock and the 2nd at 7:35. Two games are played simultaneously. Players and spectators are requested to use the north gym entrance. , Games are to be played each Wednesday until March 1 when the series is completed. The public is invited to attend the games without charge. Each varsity player has a team to coach. · Teams, leaders and players in the Big Six are: Gremlins -- Jack Ott -- S. Hinds, W. Jacobson, B. Starkey, D. Lomen, D. Edgar, J. Nelson, W. Ashland and H. Sorenson. Tigers -- C. Monaghen -- L. Proctor, B. Dodd, H. Doescher, D. Gerk, R. Secory, P. Enabnit, B. Irons and A. Long. Wildcats -- M. Smit -- R. Swanson, A. Tarr, R. Bieber, C. Edgar, D. Patterson, D. .Jaopbson and C. ; Crane. ' Bombers -- D. Tarr-- H. Freeman, H. Krueger, R. Nickerson, R.- Jensen, W. Edgar; G. Meier, D. Goranson and L. Brown. Hawks -- B. Ludwig -- P. Huey, J. Rogers, J. Kuecker, G. Goodell, D. Newman, A. Anderson and G. Buttleman. Bobcats -- M. Shipman-- B. Linne, B. Ashland, C. Milder, A. Jensen, D. Swanson, D.' Thompson and D. Starkey. / In the Little Six lineups are: Polecats-- .D. M o f f e t t -- W. Goodell, B. Hill, V. Barkhurst, D. Asbe, G. Peterson, R. Anderson and G. Dean. Bulldogs -- C. Johnston -- D. Amundson, E. Cottrill,' H. Hill, G. Reynolds, D. Masters, T. Joslyn Mrs. Carl Bitter, 90, Dies at Clear Lake Home Monday Aged Resident Was . Native of Germany; , 7 Children Survive and K. Miller. Cyclones -- D. Garth -- B. Gerk, E. Bausch, J. Young, D. Graven, R. Miller, D. Larson, G. Linne and D. Larson. Cubs--M. Gilmore -Olson, Bieber, Roseland, Duesenberg, Eastman, Olt, Bawden, Hill, Petersen and Snyder. Panthers -- M. Gilmore -- E. Swain, Furleigh, Bachellor, Dodd, Garth, Rice, Ellerson, Replogle, Kimball, A. Olson and D. Edmundr ri. Foxes--M. Gilmore--Monaghen, Nelson, Ebaugh, Jacobson, Asby, \Vatkins, Amundson, Barkhurst, Edgar, Crump, Bisgrove, Petersen and M. Swain. j MRS. CARL BITKER Entertains Group at Party for Husband Clear Lake--Mrs. R. J. Nelson entertained at her home Sunday evening at a surprise party for Mr. Nelson whose birthday it was. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. C. Johannessen, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nye, Dr. and Mrs. K. R. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Luscomb, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hansen, Jr. Pinochle was played with Mrs. Hansen winning high score and Mr. Nye low. Lunch was served at the close. Mr. Nelson was presented a number of gifts. Nichols Gets War Department Award Clear Lake--Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nichols have received word that their son, Bill Nichols, who is government inspector of ordnance at the Beam Manufacturing company at Webster City, attended a meeting of the Chicago ordnance district in Chicago last week. While there he was presented an award by the war department for outstanding work during the past 6 months. Mass for J. J. Shea Tuesday, 9 O'clock Clear Lake--Requiem high mass will be celebrated at St. Patrick's Catholic church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock for J. J. Shea, 66, who died early Saturday morning at his Bayside home. The Rev. J. J. Buzynski, pastor, will conduct the service and burial will be in Clear Lake cemetery. Ward's funeral home is in charge of arrangements. APPROPRIATE NAME Oskaloosa--The Mahaska County Red Cross chapter's new water safety chairman can use his name as a slogan for his service. He is W. E. Swim. Johnson's Red Crow Plaster helps relieve backaches and other mtwenUr aches and pains, for these reasons-- Clear Lake Briefs C. W. Baits, Sr., well drilling and pump repairs. Phone 107. and Mrs. Clifford Cook left Saturday for Pasco, Wash., where Mr. Cook will be employed as a carpenter and Mrs. Cook as a waitress. New Spring Print Dresses, sizes 11 to 26, at Hansen's. Roger Dale Westover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Westover, 103 S. Center street, is ill with pneumonia. Children's Kate G r e e n w a y Dresses arrived at Hansen's. Pfcl and Mrs. Orville Spilman arrived Saturday from Fort Hiley, Kans., to spend a week with their parents, Dan Spillman and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fessler, Swaledale. Mrs. E. L. Yeager and son, Allan, left Monday for Takoma Park, Md., where they will join the former's daughter, Mrs. Henry Wilson, nee Marcella Yeager, and visit her husband's people, Mr. and Mrs. j. H. Wilson, and family for a week. After that they will visit Mrs. Yeager's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pickard, and family, Pottstowh, Pa., before returning home. Mrs. Wilson, who arrived in Washington, D. C., Saturday night from Fresno, Cal., plans to make her home In ClearJLake for the duration. Staff Set. Don Bell. Hill Field, Oregon. Utah, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Ted Deputy, and mother, Mrs. Harry Bell, in Hollywood, Cal., during a 15 day furlough. Mrs. Richard Hill, nee Ruth Mehvin, arrived Friday from Watertown, N Y., to visit her sister, Mmes. James Anderson and James Leyisay. Her husband, Sergt. Hill, who is in the air corps, has been transferred to Biloxi, Miss. Mrs. Raymond Hansen, nee Irene Olsen, yeoman 3/c in the SPARS, arrived Saturday from Long Beach, Cal., called by the serious illness of her father, Chris Olsen who is at Mercy hospital, Mason City, with pneumonia and complications. Mr. Olsen was holding his own Monday. Lt. Raymond P. Fistler arrive! Friday from Camp Cro\yder, Mo. to spend a week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Percy Fistler, ant other relatives. Lt. Fistler is with the veterinary corps of the U. S army. Garland Morse returned to his home at New Hampton Sunday evening after spending sine Thursday at the home of his sis ter-in-law, Mrs. B. A. Morse. Ladies Double C club will mee Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock a the home of Mrs.. Holden Nelson Members are to bring contribu tions for a handkerchief shower Mrs. Charles Davis returne Saturday night from Iowa Cit where she went Thursday to b with her son, Michael, who under went an operation at Universit hospital Friday morning. He i getting along quite well. Mrs Davis was accompanied by he mother-in-law, Mrs. George Davi The American Legion auxiliary realized about $50 from its rum mage sale at Legion hall Saturday The project was for the benefit o the Soldiers' Memorial fund. Mrs R. W. Peterson, chairman of th committee, was assisted by Mmes Peter Anderson, J. R. Whiteside Sam Kennedy, T. E. Sondrol an F. 'P. Walker. The largest crowd of the yea enjoyed the privileges of the ska ing rink Sunday, Will Scherf, su pervisor, reports. The ice, aft being sprayed Saturday evenin was in prime condition. Skate were present from every point of the compass, Mr. Scherf stated. Do Toor Bit club members met at the Bert Prescott home Saturday evening for cards and refreshments. The women will meet at the Red Cross workroom Friday afternoon for work. Mrs. Lynn Hyde entertains Jan. 26. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Eastman have received word from their daughter, Mrs. Carol Traub, that she arrived in Tacoma, Wash., last Wednesday after leaving Clear Lake on Monday. She was accompanied by her son, David. They are visiting relatives at present. Mr. and Mrs. t. A. Mnth and son. Douglas, returned to Des Moines Sunday evening «after spending the weekend with Mrs. Muth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson. Clear Lake--Mrs. Carl Bitker, 90, 'died at her home, 316 Clara street, early Monday morning of the frailities of age. Mrs. Bitker had been seriously ill only a couple of days although she was in frail health several years. The funeral has been set tentatively for Thursday afternoon pending word from distant relatives. The body is at Ward's funeral home. As Margaret Hines, Mrs. Bitker was born in Holstein, in Kiel, Germany, May 26, 1853. She was married to Mr. Bitker in Kiel, Germany in March, 1880, and when' 30 years of age came to America with her/husband and 5 children. They lived first at Sabula where 5 more children were born, moving to Clear T*ake in' 1900. Mr.. Bitker died here 'arch 23, 1930, a few days be- re their golden wedding anni- ersary. Mrs. Bitker is survived by 7 hildren: Mrs. Robert Hanna and ugust Bitker, Clear Lake; Mrs. ohn Nagel, Sabula; Mrs. Marion Lund, Savanna, 111.; Chris Biter, Ada, Minn.; Emil Bitker, Mil- oy, Minn., and John Bitker, Han- mtown; 40 grandchildren, 40 reat-grandchildren and 5 great- great-grandchildren . Besides her husband and all her rothers and sisters, Mrs. Bitker ·as preceded in death by 3 chil- ren. Charles, Emma and an in- nt, and a granddaughter, Elizaeth Bitker, whom the Bitkers eared in their home. Mrs. Bitker was a member oi le Methodist church and of the Linger Longer club. She was es- ecially interested in foreign mis- onary work. Although her eye- ight had failed in the last few ears .she was alert in mind and ook a keen interest in curren' vents... Her 90th birthday las Jiay was fittingly observed. Zongo Club Studies Jarjan, Imperialism" Clear Lake--Harry Haven spoke n "Japan and .Imperialism" for he program ol the Congo club t the Congregational church Sun- ay evening. Marcia Ashland led evotions. Edward R. Boyle will e guest speaker next week. Other groups met Sunday eve- ing. '"Purity Before Pleasure" /as the topic considered by Luler League at the Zion Lutheran lurch. David Graven, Donald hompson and Bob Starkey gave le topic and Donald Lomen led iscussion. Eugene Meier led de- otions and V. Ashland read "A ather's Letter to His Son." Hay- lond Harms, seaman 2/c, a form- r member who has just completed joot training at Farragut, Idaho, -as a guest. The Rev. Ruben Mostrom spoke n "The Stewardship of Life," the nd lesson at the fellowship meet- ng in " ' ' - - - - [ymns ircle of lents. Youth . . . . _ . _ Wethodist church with Imogene ^ollinson leading devotions. The esson hour was spent in writing etters to service men who were ormer members of Y. F. Mrs. T. J. Collins directed the recreation- 1 period. Memorial Fund to Be Topic at Meeting Clear Lake --The Soldiers Me- .orial fund project, sponsored by le American Legion Auxiliary o: iear Lake, will be presented at a leeting-at city hall Tuesday eve- ling at 8 o'clock. Invited to attend are represen- atives of Stafford Post No. 222 American Legion, the executive oard of the Clear Lake Chamber Commerce, representatives of IB Greater Clear Lake committe members of the Clear Lake planning board,, the city council and thers. The Auxiliary sent letters las week to various clubs and othe groups of Clear Lake and vicinity sking support for the func ought to build a memorial to al oldiers from Clear Lake partici ating in the present and pas wars. Turkeys Stayed Home Salem, Ore., (U.R) -- Only one hird the available Oregon turke crop was shipped outside the stat during the Thanksgiving season Charles A. Cole, head ol the div sion of animal industries of t state department of agricultur reported. · the church at 8 were sung and o'clock. Trinity the aid served refresh- Fellowship met at the Mames 24 on, Honor Roll at Clear Lake Clear Lake -- Twenty - four lames were listed on the high chool honor roil for the first semester announced Monday by iss Catharyne Chambers, high chool principal. Of these 4 were n the "A" group, 14 in "A and B" nd 6 in "B." · In the first group are Betty Jurns, sophomore;- Donald Lomen nd Donald Thompson, and Naida Lee, senior. · juniofs, In the 2nd section are Tom Jos- yn, Eugene Reynolds, Grace Corvin, Jeannine Henderson, Veronca- Lathem and Beth Rice," 9th grade; David Graven, 10th; Bry- rat Jensen, llth, and Marlyn 3utz, Marcia Ashland, Mary Lou 3arth, Charleta Harris, Peggy Helfner and Joan Jodan, 12th ;rade. The 3rd section includes Ray Jieber, freshman; Sharley Hunt and Lola Kimball, sophomores; "antes Jorgenrud, junior, and Harriet Doyle and Wanda Stanton, seniors. The 2nd semester opened Monday morning 1 . Evergreens Form Setting for Nuptials i Clear Late--Miss Patricia JJI Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.! H. S.^Hushaw, 625 E. Main street,] became the bride of Frederick W. 3 Sell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Williams A. Sell, Elgin, 111., in a simple | but impressive ceremony at the j home of the bride's parents Sun-! day afternoon. The Rev. Verne A. i Spindcll, pastor o£ the First Con- i gregational church, read the dou- : ble ring service at 2 o'clock. - | Evergreen and ferns arranfeed i on a lattice before a lighted window in the living room formed a background for the exchange of vows. Lighted candelabra and basket $ bouquets of pink and white snapdragons, carnations and chrysanthemums stood at either side. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. B. B. Bailey played "O Promise Me" and, as the processional, "The Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin." ' The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a '. street length white wool dress J with gold nailhead trimming and ] a hairband of red roses. Her flow- I ers were red roses and white ] hyacinths tied with gold ribbon and arranged on a gold colored J muff worn on the arm. Mrs. Hushaw, mother of the? bride, wore a gown of marine! blue wool and a corsage of pink 5 roses .and sweet peas. Mrs. Sell,! the bridegroom's mother, wore*, marine blue and a corsage of gar-| denias and white sweet peas. j! Out-of-town guests included thel bridegroom's parents, Mr. and) Mrs. Sell, and their son, Kenneth; { Mrs. Leroy Jungjohann, Preston, I sister o£ the bride, and Mr. and! Mrs. Elmer J.' Wilson, Omaha,! Nebr., the bride's uncle and aunt, j Light refreshments were served! in the dining room with Mrs. Wilson pouring and Mrs. Jungjohann assisting. The table was centered with a 3-tiered wedding cake top. Transport and ferry systems of he air transport command of the army air forces now extend over about 110,000 miles of routes. with a white Bouquet's of ornament on flowers and' lighted tapers stood at either side. Mr. and Mrs. Sell left Sunday afternoon for a wedding trip after which Mrs. Sell will resume teaching at Coggon and Mr. Sell will enroll at the Illinois State Normal school. For traveling Mrs. Sell wore an aqua wool dress with rhinestone trimming and cerise accessories. Mrs. Sell was graduated from Clear Lake high school and, last year, from Coe college, Cedar Rapids, where she was affiliated J! with Alpha XI, national sorority. · Mr. Sell was graduated from Elgin ·): high school, attended Coe college } and served 9 months with the U. 5 S. army from which he received ·; a medical discharge recently. i The Mohammedan religion forbids the eating of pork. 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