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IPROVED NEWS ILICY ADOPTED [Will Stop Conflict [in Leaders' Statements Washington, (U.R)--A new and re closely co-ordinated infor- :ion policy was adopted by the ernment Friday to increase · news to the public and to 3 high military and civilian iers from expressing conflict- opinions on such importan tiers as the probable date on ich the war will end. · 'he new policy was announced War Information Director El r Davis after it had been 'en rsed by high officials represent the white house, army, navy r production board, selectiv ·vice, and other leading govern t departments and agencies. _avis said its aim was to in- fcase the flow of accurate and isistent war news and to aid c understanding of produc- reconversion, and employ- nt problems. He listed these ncipal essentials of the new |cy: Avoidance of speculation by . military and civilian officials brding the probable termination f of the war. I. Exercise of treat care in dis- fcion of the economic develop[its to be expected before and the end of the war. Avoidance by officials of any J:ussion of activities for which |y are not responsible. Full and accurate explana- of policies in all public ex- fssions regarding war produc- shifts. hnouncement of the new policy Inaxed long criticism of the ^ernment for permitting high military or civilian officials to make one statement on one day, nly to have others in equally ligh place make a completely con- radictory utterance on the next. Ballroom Operator Questions Paying Tax on Orchestra Players Des Moines, (JP)-- A test suit to determine whether ballroom operators should be required to pay the social security taxes of orchestra members under terms of a Standard Music Union contract has been filed in U. S. district court here! The suit was filed by Roy, Edward and Carl B artels and Jus tit Conland, managers of tha Crysta ballroom at Dubuque, against Iowa 600 Theater Tickets Sold Twice 1. Melee By JOAN YOUNGER New York, (U.R--Some 300 women of the Bronx chapter of Hadassah threatened to sue the Broadway theater Friday for selling their seats out from undei them for the hit show "Carmen Jones The DEADLINES! 11 ». m. for Newt IDd Adi 6 p. m. f«r Badlo New. CLEAR LAKE GLOBE-GAZETTE 11 Tot Do Not Receive Faper Before 5:30 p. m. C»U 2J or 1M Phone 239 or 259 AND KGLO OFFICE 201 West Main St Friday night. furor began when 1,200 Internal Revenue Colelctor E. H. quell. persons showed up at the theater last night to occupy a block of 500 balcony seats and developed l;.',o a near-riot which even the emergency squad failed to Birmingham. The 600 house wives had pur- The petitioners seek recovery cnase j their seats at prices as of $29.68 paid under protest as so- high as ^ above box office as a cial security taxes for band mem- benefit for their organization. The bers. 600 others-^regular theatergoers-The plaintiffs asserted that the thr0 ugh a mistake at the box of- performance contract gave the 1 - - - . . . . leader of the orchestra such extensive control over orchestra j °" Our evening was ruined, sim- members that he was their actual p]y joined," a "spokesman for the employer. Thus, they contended, organization said. "We expect to he ballroom managers should not sue A11 we nee j , s the proper grounds. Our lawyers are talk- be liable for the tax. ing about it right now." MRS, H, DJUREN NEW PRESIDENT Various Clubs Meet for Study Sessions Clear Lake--Mrs. Harm Djuren was chosen president of the Know Your Neighbor club at the home of Mrs. Milton Phillips Thursday. Mrs. Clarence McGuire is retiring president. Other officers are Mrs. Phillips, vice president; Mrs. Willard Fulghum, secretary; Mrs. George Edgington, treasurer and press reporter, and Mmes. Bert Seidel and George Law, flowei committee. Mrs. Cecil Coffin, was welcomed as a new member anc a sack lunch was served. Mrs Seidel entertains Feb. 17. Other groups also met Thursday. Mrs. P. D. Leith, assisted by Mrs. Verne Petersen, entertained Royal club with Mrs. C. L. Baum artner and Miss C o r n e l i a Jweeney, Winnebago, Minn., as One woman said her coat was torn in the melee. Another claimed she had been insulted by a man I who refused to budge from her seat. The theater explained the error s a "regret tatole but understand- Estate Convention Site to Be Des Moines Waterloo, (/P)--Directors. of the Iowa Real Estate association voted here late Thursday to award Des Moines the association's conven-. tion of 1944, scheduled for Oct. Jger, took the 10-11. The annual president's and the police and tire squads were secretaries' conference will be in called m to beg the patrons to Fort Dodge in late March. eive way to the benefit m the .......... interest of chanty. Buy War Savings Bonds and jjo one budged. Some patrons Stamps from your Globe-Gazette | booed. "I paid for that seat--and more than you did," a woman screamec | at a bland unyielding customer An usher shouted: "He struck me he struck me," as an irate husband from New Jersey charged her with being unco-operative. A woman sat down on a man' lap and 'yelled at a baffled po I liceman: "Move me, go on, mov uests. Mrs. Neil Slocum gave a esson on Alaska and the Alcan lighway and games were played. Florence McGrady is hostess carrier boy. on't Let Constipation Distress Your Child lathers, if simple constipation making your child pepless, Jiriky, listless and out of sorts, ·re's what to do. Give him ICKLAX--the new, better[sting laxative made by the lakers of famous Vicks Vapo- ab especially for children aged J to 12. See how quickly and Intly VICKLAX helps relieve tthout griping, without weak- king after-effects. You'll be de- thted with the way your child isponds to VICKLAX, the test- child laxative. So don't let casional constipation distress bur child. Get easy-to-take, sy-to-give VICKLAX from bur druggist today. See how your child goes for that swell VICKLAX taste--no fuss or struggle. He won't even know he's taking a laxative. Notice how VICKLAX ready-measured envelopes help you avoid harmful overdosing. And, mother, you'll be glad to . see how quickly VICKLAX gentle, effective action helps make your child feel fine again. . XJse as directed. Check your child today--if he's sluggish or pepless, if his breath is bad due to simple con- vrr/iiri t v stipation, be V1CKLAA sure to GET V I C K L A X "£»£» *,' TODAY. Vicks V«poRnb me." The raising of the curhiin fin ally saved the day--or rather th night. Automatically, the hubbu died away as the jazz versio of the opera "Carmen" was en acted by an all-Negro cast. CLEAN GETAWAY Knoxville, Tenn., (IP)--The vice squad automobile stopped and detectives dashed into the house of a raid. A thief sped away with the police car. Blocks away the auto crashed into a pole at an intersection. One detective, searching the car for his last clean shirt, learned the thief took it with him on his getaway. eb. 3. Twentieth Century club met at Halford's for a luncheon after vhich the members went to the led Cross workroom to make sur- ical dressings. The next meet- ng, Feb. 3, will be a 1 o'clock uncheon at the home of Mrs. C. A. Knutson. Mrs. Will Rich entertained Sor- osis club with Mrs. E. H.. Rich living a lesson on India from Without Fable" and material from the National Geographic magazine. Mrs. E. B. Stillman entertains in 2 weeks. Mrs. Chris Ashland was hostess to Priscilla circle of the Zion Lutheran Aid with the Rev. Ruben Mostrom, a guest', presenting the Bible lesson and Mrs. Ed Ashland leading devotions. Mrs. Orville Olson svas welcomed as a new member. Plans were made to serve lunch at the Sunday evening fellowship session at the church. Mrs. Clifford Rice is February hostess. Mrs. W. J. McGowan entertained Crescent club and Mrs. A. S. Dice gave a review of "Mother America" by Carlos · Homulo, a Filipino. Mrs. W. W. Choate is NOW IN AFRICA -- Set. Kenneth C. Kish, son of James O. Rish, 801 S. Oak street, and Mrs. Emma E. Rish, 702 S. Oak street. Clear Lake, writes that he has arrived safely overseas and is stationed in North Africa. He also said that he is in perfect physical condition. Sergeant Rish was employed at Wi Ike's before entering the service. I nlro Briefs uaice oners 6 SERVICE MEN GUESTS OF CLUB Navy Mothers Give Dinner Party at Hall Clear take --Four navy men Rodney A. Hammond, fireman 1/c i Charles E. Thomas, electrician' mate, 2/c; Raymond Harms, sea man, 2/c, and Albert Ertl, gun ner's mate 1/c, and 2 soldiers, Pv James J. Hanley and Pvt. Berl Clawson, were guests of the Nav j Mothers club at a dinner in Le gion hall Thursday evening. Other special guests were Mr S. J. Hammond and son, Guy Wai ner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnso and daughter, Mrs. Hollis Scotte (Mrs. Hanley and Mrs. Clawso Mrs. O. J. Pierce, commander of the Navy Mothers club, introduced the honorees and presented each a gift from the club. Private Hanley is in the combat engineers' division at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and Private .Clawson, whose home is in Mason "City, is in air corps communica- I lions at Ardmore, Okla. The program, arranged by Mrs. A. B. Knutson, opened with the pledge of allegiance and commu- | nity singing of "God Bless Our Fiag" a song written by E. Spar- ilena Grell Is President of Theta Rhos Clear Lake--Hena Grell was in- tailed president of Theta Rho Girls' club at I. O. O. F. hall Thursday evening by Mrs. R. J. Nelson, district deputy president, and her installing sta££. Alice Eklund is past president. Other elective officers installed ire Phyllis Clark, vice president; Vlarilyn Ott, recording secretary; Blanche Irons, financial ' secretary, and Jeanyce Miller, treas- rer. Appointive officers are Darlene Frazer, warden; Joyce Bird, marshal; Mary Walters, conductor; Fayctta Sorenson, inside guard; Shirley French, outside guard; Almake Rice, chaplain; Lavonnc Rice, musician; Letha 'Reynolds, R. S. to P.; Esther Eklund, L. S. Friday, Jan. 21, 1S« 7 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Mr, and Mrs. Gus Hcinriehs and row Cardiff, England. Mrs. Wai- family plan to move Feb. 1 from t er p ra mer played. 115 N. Elm slreet to the house a t ] Betty Roberts, accompanied by 300 E. Main street vacated by Mr. j,Iiss Jean McFadden, sang "Danny and Mrs. Glen Stout. The Hein- Boy" and "The Lord's Prayer" and . richs have sold their home to Mr. t ne school quintet, Bridie , and Mrs. Sam Villadsen who take Ryan, Lola Kimball, Joan Bis- possession'Feb. 1. grove, Betty Burns and Barbara C W Butts, Sr., well drilling Crump sang "Homing," ''Without u C d p^frepairs. Phone 107. a Pauline R. Ordway, Camsteo, ?s. Mrs. Robert Miller, chairman, and Y.. arrived* Thursday to visit Mrs. Mmes. Gae Kocourek, E. J. Lin- Will Paul and 'family. jcicum, Chris Axelsen and Fred T. Sweetheart is good bread. Petersen who were assisted by a " Le several others. Patriotic decorations were used on the tables and to P.; Eleanor Bird, R. S. to V. P., and Norma Jean Stiles, L. S. to V. P. Mrs. W. M. Huffman, president of Rebekah assembly, and Mrs. C. G. Viall, past president of Re- bekaii assembly and past president of the board of control of Theta Rho clubs, Mason City, and several other Rebekah sisters from Mason City and Clear Lake, were guests. Mmes. Huffman and Viall presented a girt to Miss Eklund who also received a past president's pin from the club. Each member of the installing staff received a red carnation. A sextet from the I. O. O. F. homes. Mason City, sang. Mrs. Fred Fankell accompanied. Shirley French was chairman of the program c o m m i t t e e , Jeanyce Miller and committee served refreshments and Marilyn Ott and committee arranged for the installation. Mrs. Neil Slocum is mother adviser. The next meeting is Feb. : when initiation of .candidates wil Contracting Industry to Supply Jobs for 5,000,000 After War Des Moiiics, W)--The contracting industry will be able to supply employment f o r . approximately 5,000,000 of the estimated 20,000,000 persons who will have to change jobs when the war ends, members of the central branch of the Associated General Contractors of America were told at their war conference Thursday. The employment forecast was made by 2 national officers of the organization at a session which also was highlighted by the elec^ tion of E. B. Spencer of Waterloo as president of the central branch and of H. W. Weitz oE Des Moines as president of the Master Builders Association of Iowa. H. E. Foreman, managing director of the National AGCA, said the contracting industry would employ about 2,800,000 workers on actual construction jobs and 2,200,000 others in directly related capacities. Oscar B. Coblenlz, national president, urged contractors to do all possible planning now so that road building, residential construc- n and other · needed types of ilian work can begin as soon as e war ends. take place. Mrs. Hiram C. Coffecn, and daughter, Milwaukee, Wis., arrived Wednesday to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, until Sunday. For Sale -- Girl's Tweed Coat, size 18, Phone 395-J. about 70 persons were present. Games and visiting completed the evening. Clear Lake Churches ZION LUTHERAN hostess Feb. 3. New A B C materials at Mail- sen's include printed and spun rayons, pique, suiting and chintz. Miss Doris Christiansen friend. Miss Anna Haake, Mason were dinner guests of Mr. L. A. Tantow, Manly,] Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Burke, EXPLAINS PLAYS FOR PROGRAM Coach Joe Rogers Is Speaker at Banquet Clear Lake--Coach Joe Rogers, Mason City, explained plays used by Lindbloom team of Chicago n its fall game with Mason City or the program of the annual ootball banquet sponsored by the Notary club and held in the Con- jregalional church diningroom frieni Thursday evening. Pictures of city, he game were then shown. and Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn, president of Tuesday, the Rotary club, was toastmaster and introduced Dr. K. R. Rogers, president of the Clear Lake Lions club; the Rev. C. Burnett Whitehead, president of Mason City L Snell F r iday. Rotary club; A. R. Cain, founder oE football in Clear Lake; Harry Haven, local assistant coach, and Robert Heston, Clear Lake coach, who introduced Mr. Rogers. Coach Heston also introduced the team, speaking briefly of thd fine co-operation the men hac given him and of their fighting spirit. Letters were presented Don Newman, Donald Thompson, Marvin Shipman, Bill Irons, Junioi Nelson, Lawrence Brown, Hans Sorenson, Don Jacobson, Merle Smit, Bob Krueger, Don Tarr, Cleve Monaghen, Jack Ott, Wayne Ashland, Harry Freeman, Wallace Edgar, Tom Joslyn and Dean Moffett and to Dale Baumgartner who is now in the service. Bob Ludwig received a letter as student manager. No n-letter men who were guests included John Freeman. Ray Biebcr, Chris Johnston, Charles, Kenneth and Roger M i 11 c r, "Chuck" Crane. Ralph Secory, Dick Garth, Franklin Goodcll. Charles Escherich. Darrel and Cleworth Edgar, Dick Patterson, Allan Tarr, Don and Rollin Swanson, Warren Jacobson and Donald Madsen, seaman 2/c, now home Mrs. Anton Christiansen has re- S u n a a y school and Bible classes, ceived word thaMierj;on,^loyri,| g , 4 _ Q . clock Morning worship, U Both mi. v*.**j i -" ~~~~ , -, -v. I UHOira \viii :iii£. J-.LII.IICI. LeilgUC, receive a rating He entered the U 0 , clock Sumlay evening fellow- . service in May, 1942, and is in the i shi 8 o . c i ock Ruben Mostrom, engineering division at Fort Ben- ' ning, Ga. A fine assortment of Wool Goods arrived at Hansen's. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Church service, 11 o'clock. The I Rev. J. O. Blancss, South Haven, Vmeland Co-Op Says It Will Stop Handling Poultry Under OPA Yinclanci, N. J., (/P)--The Vine land co-operative egg and poul try auction, described by its pres ident as the largest of its kind i the nation, will cease handlin poultry March 1 "for the duratio of the OPA." "It is useless for us to contlnu after that date," said Presiden John H. Weed, "as the OPA ha killed the auctions." The 13 year old auction in 10' did a gross business of $250,000 poultry and 52,750,000 in egg _ , ,, ,, ,,,,,, Minn., will speak. Afternoon serv- Staff Sgt. Gordon Oswald, who ice 2 o - clock Mlrs P j p e dcrson, has been visiting his parents, Mr. SK . re t. lry and Mrs. Sig Oswald, Ventura, GOSPEL TABERNACLE since Jan. 14, plans to leave lues- s un j a y school, 10 o'clock, day for Winfield, Kansas, where j worship, 11 o'clock..The he is stationed at Strother Field. Rcv p j Gl . iggs Ventura, will He has been in service ID months. spep ' l£ _ 'young people's meeting, 6:45 o'clock. Evening service, 7:45 o'clock. Men's Bible study, S. H. Peterson home, 210 Oak a I street, 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting, The egg auction will conlinu though OPA ceiling prices hav led to the substitution of ratio ing for auctioning, to assure wic distribution of the eggs. Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock. BETHEL CHAPEL At Legion hall. Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon themej "The Sacrifice." Eve- o'clock. Sermon an Fleet States 2 roups Will Probe SC Academic Freedom DCS Moines, (if)--Donald W. -in Fleet, president of the Iowa armers Union, said Friday the merican Association of Univer- ty Professors and the American wil Liberties Union had informed m they planned to investigate ademic freedom at Iowa State ollege at Ames. Van Fleet said his organization ad asked those 2 groups to make uch investigations as a result of .larges that academic freedom ·as suppressed at the institution. The stale board of education ecently investigated the matter nd announced that the charges vere "without foundation in act." The conlroversy was touched off by the issuance of a college-spon- ored pamphlet in which oleomargarine was compared favorably vith butter. Dr. T. W. Schultz, lead o£ the economics department -it the college and a member oE :he editorial committee which approved the pamphlet, made the :harges about academic freedom. Montevideo, Mmn, arrived Thurs- 5ervlce , 0 u tlu ^. OC1 . 111UI1 day to attend the funeral o: the f -Christians on Trial." Bible latter's grandmother, Mrs. Sumner ' and . meeting Tues . Binding of the ning service, 8 study day, 8 prayer o'clock.--The A number of Garner persons lyn Elefson, pastor. Rev. Eve- ST. PATFaCK'S CATHOLIC Masses at 2:30 and 10:30. Con- skaled on the lake Wednesday evening although they were pro- ^^ ^ ^ _ _ _ __ hibitcd from using the link oe- t sions hcard Saturday evening cause of the ice was too soft.' lv Colder weather is needed. Thirty-six workers made 3,500 surgical dressings at the Red ;it 7:30 o'clock.--J. J. Buzynski, pastor. LAKESIDE Sunday school every Sunday, Cross work room Thursday after- 10 o ' c ] oc ij.--Mrs. Maurice Miles, noon. Members of the Twentieth superintendent. Bricker Secretary Reserves Rooms for Young GOP Session DCS Moines. (/P)--Iowa young republican officials said Friday that Robert Barton, secretary to Gov. John W. Bricker of Ohio, had reserved a suite of rooms for the 15-state young republican conference which opens here Saturday. Barton's action was interpreted as ah indication that he would campaign actively in the interests of Bricker who has announced his candidacy for the republican presidential nomination. Topics to be formally discussed at the 2-day conference include the soldier vote, new voters, returning servicemen, selection ( " when he resigned during the controversy. Dairy interests protested against the pamphlet and it was withdrawn. Van Fleet quoted a letter from Dr. Ralph W. Himsted of Washington', secretary of the association, saying it would make'such an investigation. He said he had been advised by Clifford Forester of New York, counsel for. the American Civil Liberties Union, that it had instructed its Iowa unit to make a similar probe. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier !My. . Century club came in a group . CHURCH OF CHRIST, Scientist 1 THOUGHT' of millions al first warning of simple lieudaelioor trolds' p a i n f u l miseries id St. Joseph Aspirin. So it's the world's largest *c!!i!r at 10c. No :ispiriii can ilo more for you. so why iiay lnorr'? :ifi laUcts 20c; 100 for ",M-. Domain! St.Joseph A S F= t R I N St. Rita's circle of the Catholic North East street. S u n d a y Ladies aid will meet Thursday in school, 10 o'clock. Church service, the church dining room for a 1:30 n o'clock. Wednesday evening o'clock potluck luncheon. All service, 8 o'clock, members of the circle as well as CONGREGATIONAL any other women of the parish | Church school, 10 o'clock. Wor- Have you done your part in the 4th WAR LOAN? on leave. Bob Krueger, honorary captain, gave , a short talk in which '·^TOUR gallant fighting men arc 1 giving ail they've got to put over the knockout biow. But you must doyour share to back them up. Your share in this all-out drive means investing in War Bonds until it hurts. The -very least you can do is invest in at least one extra hundred dollar Bond (costs $75.) .:: and as many more as possible. Help yoor company meet its quota. Display the 4th War Loan emblem at home. Do this and you'll help your country... help yourself. he complimented the coaches, Seaman Madsen said "Football training helps when one takes boot training in the navy" and Assistant Coach Haven commended the men for good team work. The Rev. Verne A. Spindell gave the invocation, C. A. Pease led community singing with Mrs. B. B. Bailey accompanying, and the high school orchestra played. The banquet was served by women of the church. A patriotic theme was used in the table decorations. of the year. U. Y. B. Card club will meet I Tuesday alternooii at the home of Mrs. A. C. Sater. Mr. and Mrs. David Anderson, Parkorsburg, visited the formers brother and wife, Mr. and Airs. W. F. Vernon. 601 E. Main street, Wednesday. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Abkes, Austinville, and Frank Anderson, seabee 1/c, WiUiamsburg, Va. Mrs. Amkes and Mr. Anderson and niece and nephew respectively of Mr. Vernon. Milton Von der Linde, gunner's mate 1/c, who has been with an airplane carrier in the Pacific and in 6 major battles, is visiting his parents, Mr.-an.d Mrs. G. A. Vonder Linde, 218 Orchard avenue, until Feb. 1. He is being transferred to a new position. Mrs. Raymond Hansen. nee Pvt. Irene Olsen, SPAR, has returned to her work in Long Beach. Cal.. alter spending sev- A. Spindell. pastor. METHODIST Sunday school. iMo o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme. "When I Became :i Man." Youth B'ellowship, 6:30 o'clock.--Thomas B. Collins, pas- lor. CHURCH OF CHRIST Bible school, 9:45 o'clock. Preaching service and Lord's Supper, 10:45 o'clock. The Rev. R. 3 McDonald, former pastor at Clarion, will speak. Evening serv- ce 7:45 o'clock. Sermon topic, Great Words of the Bible--The Vord That Never Comes Back."-C. W. Hicks, pastor. BACK THE ATTACK! H U G H E S Feminine Apparel . 3 South Federal BUY WAR BONDS* FIRST! rlenry Nelson Family Is Honored by P. T. A.; Odoms Give Party Clear Lake--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson and family" were honored at a farewell parly by the P. T. A. at Lake school No. 5 Friday evening. Games and community singing furnished the entertainment and lunch was served. The P. T. A. presented a gift to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and the school gave a ping pong set to the Nelson children. Clifford Odom was honored at a birthday party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Odom Tuesday evening. Cards were played and he received a number of gifts. Lunch was served. eral days with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Chris Olsen. Paul Ehcrt. who formerly op- crated Ihc Standard Oil station on W. 2nd street and is now squadron inspector of airplanes a Tonapah, Nov., has been promoter to the rank of sergeant. Mrs. Eber is with her husband. Mrs. F. D. Leilh, assisted by Mmes. H. E. Freeman and Jame Ransom, will entertain circle o o the Methodist W. S. C. S. at he home, 308 S. 3rd street, Jan 28 at a 2 o'clock dessert luncheon This is the first meeting of th year. F. J. Pokoy is ill at the horn of his daughter, Mrs. Chris Johnston. Sirs. W.'F. StcinUamp, who lived at the home of Mrs. Phicbe Watts several months, is now n patient at Mercy hospital. U.S.W. Club Plans to Organize Monday Clear Lake -- United Service Women will hold an organization meeting at the library clubroom Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, it was announced Friday. All women interested are invited to attend. The charter has arrived and more names are being added to it daily. All signing the charter this month will be considered charter members. Mrs. Carl Rice, Mason City, will be present to assist in the organization. Persons desiring further. information are asked to call Mrs. Walter Pramer. AH women interested are invited to attend the county meeting in the P. G. and E. auditorium at Mason City on Wednesday. A potluck luncheon is planned. Clear Lake Calendar Saturday -- Music Mothers club rummage sale. Legion hall, all day and evening. Double Dozen club, Gus Haugcn home, 7 o'clock. ' I AT ALL AP SUPER MARKETS T M f G * ( * ' 4 U 4 N T I C A M C « » r ' F i C ' f » C O M P A N Y party candidates, and campaign techniques, Ralph Nyemaster, Iowa young G. O. P. secretary, reported. makes! it: JTAVOR1TE! C/iri/ige now to this r.offcc\ of finer, 'fresher, flavor! f . AP. CoiTcc is Iruly. delicious because it's fresh! You get CoiTcc only in the flavor-scaled bean, llien it's Custom Ground when 'you buy! And, of course, freshly ground coffee is far more enjoyable than pre-ground coffee, days or \vceks old! So change to AP, Coffee, i iMJlCH'S [MMITE 3 lb. rnc Ba «*«» i*

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